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Ellisons and get n Dinners et free Mrs Louis Threlkeld returned from r Union City Wednesday where she has k been visiting relatives In preparing to give Cuba her inde some time about Christmas pUncle Sam promises to bo a Santa ryClaus of the pleasaritest aspect J t j jwyrs i No matter how small your purchase it helps to get a DINNER SET FREE at Ellisons Some wear spectacles because they are blind others to keep from becoming blind and others just for blind Mrs Kate Stovall and grand dnugh ter Miss Eleanor Hays of Jackson Teuu are visiting Mrs C L Randle Miss Ivcy DeBow and Miss Leone Coleman are visiting relatives in Ful tonAn Indiana woman who went t5 Chicago where she bought 1000 worth of faith cure has returned without th goodsIt not necessary for a man to be poor in order to be honest but sometimes it seems necessary for a man to be poor if ho is honest It is said that the ancient Romans smoked something like the modern cig arette And now they aro all dead The ancients believed the world was square but it was before the days of politics it Wool Shallies in light and colors at fc- AMBERGS a JaiiKS Smith was severely injured iu the harvest field at Tom Plummers Tuesday by a machine running over him Ho iis now doing woll Mr Peeler telegraph operator returned home Wednesday from the Pan American Exposition Fulton is expecting lu OOJ people to tho 4th of July celebration and great thijcnrertmnmeut have boon visiting the Misses French honeeI in Louisiana Wednesday Russia believes the American duty on her sugar was placed at the dictation of I the Sugar Trust It certainly looks that way FOR SALEl mule about 9 years old and 1 marc and colt TlIOS MCDERMOTT Were underselling Europe all over the world Why do wo need a high protective tariff to keep Europe from underselling us at home FOR SAKEA lot of Yellow Yam Potato Slips by MUs B Jk WALKER at tho Me Reid placer zrts p t n j tiR13ILII Ji t 3 7 f L Id h i UT PRICE SAt11r t r 1 6 J J AiTHE TOPS Ml CUT 1 PIOl1l p11 pridQi htonghol1t tIw store and tllC cut ranges from i1- f oncfouHli down w pitthirlriff onlimirv figures There is no deJ least 1in VALUESf but tin r url inuus slirinkfitjo in the SELLING PRICES1 1 I k 7 V 1 Note tlicsc rcdueodl priccisr 5 V i i Huhi LAWNS 11p DIMITIES 15cdnts 14ti i11IRISH DIMITY I ISILK GINGHAM yrrOihli15 ocents Avortli20 i fJii5 sellingVelr fez MIMIS Laundered Shirts at 89 worth HOp r dq L D SIMMONS x BUOHANANS OLD STAND t Tounisi sou f twodanghto f Dr D i dom Tho h e reports from the Weather Bu have been remarkably dis copra g Ghe reports from the crops are reitwtr bly good El want to give to each ont of tylei ru 41J31autJI1WIgDciDtm to ontclOuiria Dinner Sat freCfBesur e you get ont- Whcit harnost commenced in this county last week and the bulk of the grain is now in shock or will be to morrow mght The wheat is hood and appears to bb well filled but in some instances tho crop is light and the yield smallExtraordinary Fans at ordinary rice- rAMBERS MissI Bessie Melee of Malden Mo who has boon attending Hamilton Col Ipge Lexington Ky and Miss Cora Lo but Brown of this city are visiting Misses Lilljo and Nina Maddox at their beautiful country homes near Slate Line Ky- The j Stockholders in State Banks other corporations in Kentucky aro andIIj liable for double the amount of their Stock to depositors etc This was de f cided in the Court of Appeals in the I ease of the Title Company of Louisville that the Stock holders must stand anI I assossuieut to meet the debts of the de funct corporations Oifo of tho big life insurance companies is going to put total abstainers jii a special class of policy holders and if their death rate proves less than in tho class where drinking is permitted a lower price for insurance will be mad then Temperance and virtue have tlioirowu reward but a tip on the side from the insurance companies will not nome amiss Tho U S government has over 82 1500000 in the treasury of unclaimed money orders which have accumulated since tho post ofliqe department has been Conducting a lone order busi ness With every order they made spe cial effort to effect paymont to the pay eo or restore the amount to the remit- ter and faiHng can do nought but keep the amount always ready to pay it to either party having an interest in it The Judges of the United States Supreme Court still cling to the old fashioned ways of their predecessors A box of snuff is always placed on tho attorneys tables for the berefit of those who use it although few people snuff it except from curiosity Every day the pages place now quill p ns upon tho desk of each judge This has beer done daily more than a hundred yours since the court was first called to order p tpublishedt reputable citizens certifying that Flatt j carried tho Cayce precinct convention fairly and squarely now comes tho sups j porters of nominee Ayers with about the same number making affidavit that j Ayers carried the precinct When hood reputable democrats get to making oaths for and against such propositions and no doubt are all honest it shows a mud j died affair aud an honest adjustment shouldjjo reached awl 10 crmts1 worth11O and 10 affila 4 i and l 1 15 t1li 120 cents and 25 centst I 1 Viz cents worth 35 cents Guts churchSundayMiss Sallie Davidson who has been visiting Hickman some weeks returned to her homo Dyer Tenn Wednesday Wo are in the midst of an automobile ago Tho officials of tho patent offiice at Washington declare that more ap automobiledepartment they are increasing Sach = fcek j Af t e tsJrbitl in V tern Keim ncly a iil8Iiv you 24 per cent on Collars and Cuffs Shoo Store RICK NAYLOR Female doctors clog high Dr Ern ma N Warne has sued the estate of Francis 1 Wheeler at Chicago for medical services running through soy oral years for100000 and has employs od two ot tho most noted lawyers in Chicago to defend her claim in tho courts Deceased wag worth 83000 100 and had made a contract Witt Dr Warno to give him medical atten tion and cure for him as long as ho lived Threo fifty is all you need to bring with you for a swell pair Patent Leath cr Shoos Lace or Button Shoe Store 1AlLURlIHecauso site was vaccinated and her tiuucoc did not know it the marriage of IIuJiu Prescott and Andrew Until both lof Wilkesbariro Pa has been indefinite ly poatponud Time two wont to got a marriage license The yacciuatiou on Julias arm was extremely sore and she wore a shield Andrew noticed the lump under the sleeve of her dress but bemginof the nuptials ho pinched it She waled Andrew with her parasol until theyewent away by different routes without buying tho liconso and they will prob ably noyor need ono A trade si lo of Summer Shoes and Oxfords for Men and Women Shoo Store RICE NAYLOR un un I Mr Ed Stanfield died in West Hickman Tuesday last of Brights Dis ease Ho leaves a wife and one child If you have Three fifty and want to invest in a pair of swell Shoes We are the people to see RICE NAYLOR 4 Died June 14th Wm E Camnbell in Missouri opposite Hickman His remains were buried in Hickman Ceme at tory on the 16th Funeral conducted j p O W w tl iandlenvee1wife t Didnt Marry For Mosey The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings Now Life perfecthealthliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gen Cowgillsdrug A GREAT NEWSPAPER The Sunday edition of The St Louis Republic is a marvel of modern news paper enterprise The organization of completeinthat of any other newspaper Tho magazine section is illustrated in dainty tinted colors and splendid half tone pictures This section contains more high class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines The fash ions illustrated in natural colors are especially valnableto the ladies genuinehughby the best artists The humorist stories are high class by authors of na tional reputation Sheet music a highclass popular song if furnished frea every Sunday in The Republic The price of Tho Sunday Republic by mail one year is 203 For sale by allnnowsdealers PWO varv++J 14 5HA 5 r 1 2i7i31 SellYOU tG 1 0 1IE jas dieap asjany one See them beI I fore yon buy anything f Il4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEEDfl Given Free 11 With each cash purchase of 8100 Ji IM B SHAW S SONS I IT TTr 1TTTTTTTT +y I t y 4 4- I q I r l- r Ijj J I I f ii GLIMPSES2GOT t- ii Discourse of Dr Talraage ana the i Divine Saviour ik lie Hiil e IIInH Kxprctntlonn ot IJ TI VIicii Thnt JVow Hut Dimly Seen Will UP Fully i J r v JlhI + t ltd i 8 J t tcoryffl lit 150U bf tout Kloiwch 1C YJ j 4 4 I r b MS pyr In this discourse Dr Talmage rakes high expectations of the day when that which Is now only dimly 4seenwilt be fully repealed text Job 20 lit VLo these are parts of Ills ways But how little a portion is hoard ot Him But the thunder of 4 4I1iaI i power who can understand r tenet understood being in the iiimerseiis God Blasphemous would i scutPi Egyptianllieragtynlts putting the figure of an eye upon a sword iimplying that God sees and rules bit how imperfect the sug gc lion When we speak of Him it is almost always in language figura tive lIQ is Light or Dayspring trout on hUgh or He is a High LivingWaters11that no inato tan see Him and live When thd group of great theologians assembled in Westminster abbey for the purpose of making a system of religious belief they first of all wanted an answer to the question Who is God1j No one desired to under takp the answering of that overmas terhig question They finally con I fungcst pened to be Rev George Gillespie He consented to undertake it on the con dition that they would first unite with him in prayer for Divine direc tion He began his prayer by say ing 0 God Thou art a spirit in finite eternal and unchangeable in Thy being wisdom power holiness justice goodness and truth That first sentence of CJillespis prayer vras unanimously adopted by the as sembly as the best definition of God flat afteiall it wits only a partial if success and after everything that language can do whets put to the ut most strain and all we can see of God 3n the natural world and realize of God in the providential world we are forced to cr 0utwitliJobin my tedhLo these are parts of His whys But how little a portion is heard of Him But the thunder oi Iris power who can understand Archbishop Tillotson and Dr Dick toand Timothy Dwight and Jonathan Edwards of the past and the mightiest theologians of this young cen t tury have discoursed upon the power ofGod the attribute of omnipotence And we have all seen demonstrations L ofFotralmightiness It might bare WiTbecafarout at sea when In f an equinoctial gale God showed what He could do with the waters It might have been in an August thunder storm in the mountains when God showed what He could do with the lightnings It might have been in SdutH America when God showed what He could do with the earth t quakes It might have been among the Alps when God showed what He could do with the avalanches Our cheekwas blanched our breath Mopped our pulses fluttered our whole bcin werhad scene only nn instance of Divine strength What was the power of that storm compared with the power which holus all the oceans What was the power that shook the hills compared with the power that swings the earth through all the centuries and for 6000 years and in a forma tive and incomplete shape for hun dreds of thousands of yrars What is that power that sustains our world compared with the power which rolls through immensity the entire solar system and nil the constellations and galaxies and the universe The mightiest intellect Of man would give way if for a moment there came upon it the full appreciation of what omnipotence isIWe try to satisfy ourselves with saying It is natural law that con trols things gravitation is at work centripetal and centrifugal forces re spond to each other But what is natural law It is only Gods way of doing things At every point in the universe it is Gods direct and continuous power that controls and har monizes and sustains That power withdrawn one instant would make the planetary system and all the worlds which gastronomy reveals one uuivcrsaliwreck bereft hemispheres dismantled sunsets dead constellation debris of worlds What power it must be that keeps the internal fireS of our world imprisonedonly- here and there spurting from a Coto paxior a Stromboli or from a Vesuvius putting Pompeliand Herculaneum into 1S pulche but for the most part the internal firey chained in their cageSof rock and century after cent tury unable to break the chain or burst open the door What power to 3cccp the component parts of the air in right proportion so that nil around the world the nations may breathe in health the frosts and the heats hindered from working uni versal demolition JLotveras Isaiah says to take up the isles as a very little thing Ceylon and Borneo and Hawaii as though they were pebbles power io weigh the mountains in scales and the hills in balances Tenerife and the Cordilleras To move a rock we must have lever and screw and great machinery but God moves the world with nothing but a word pqwcV to create worlds and power tp destrpy them as from the obscrviWiestaP iii handagain they have been seen red with flame scatsetcrcdtt1f J f 7 V 1 r We get soma little Wen of the divine power wlnfljwe see bow it buries the proudest dikes and nations Ancient Memphis ifcuhng ground up until many of its ruins are no larger than your thumb noil and you l1a hardly find a souvenir large enough to remind you of your viniii The cityof Tyre in un der the sea which washes the shore on which art only a few crumbling pillars left Sodom and Ghmorrah are covered by watery so deathful that not a fish can live in them Babylon and Nineveh are so blotted out ufIexUtencr that not one uninjured shaft of their ancient splendor remains Nothing but Omnipotence could have put them down ami put them under Time antediluvian world was able to send to the postdiluvian world only passengerlistseas over the land and then told them to go back to their usual channels as rivers and lakes and oceans At Omnipotent command the waters pouncing upon their prey andatOmnipotent command slinking back into their appropriate places By such rehearsal we try to arouse our appreciation of what Omnipotence Is and our reverence is excited and our adoration is Intensified but after all we find ourselves at the foot of a mountain we cannot climb hovering over a depth we cannot fathom at the rim of a circumference we cannot goingdowning flat upon our faces as we exclaim Lo these are parts of His ways But how little a portion iis heard of Him But the thunder of Ills power who can understand So all those who have put together systems of theology have discoursed also about the wisdom of God Think of a wisdom which can know the end from the beginning that knows the thirtieth century as well as the first century We can guess what will hap pen but it is only a guess Thinkof a mind that can hold nIl the past and all the present and all the future We earl contrive and invent on a small scale but think of a wisdom that could contrive a universe Thinkof a wisdom that can learn nothing new a wisdom that nothing can surprise all the facts scenes and occurrences of all time to come as plainly before it as though they had already trans pired He could have built all the ma terial universe into one world and swung it a glorious muss through im mensity but behold His wisdom in dl viding up the grandeurs into innu merable worlds rolling splendors on all sides diversity amplitude mnj esty Infinity Worlds Worlds j Moving In eamplete order shiningiI with complete radiance Mightiest telescope on one hand and most pow erful microscope on the other discovering in the plan of God not one imperfection What but Divine wisdom could have planned a human race and before it started built for it a world like this pourfilg waters to slake human thirst anti hinting soils capacity to produce such food and if+ ing suha canopy of clouds embroidered with such sunlight and surround ing the world with such wonders that all the scientists of the ages have only 1 begun to unroll them Wisdom in magnitude and in atom in archangel I and in mollusk Think ofa wisdom that was able to form without any I suggestion or any model to work by the eye the ear the hand the foot I the vocal organs No wonder that I Galen the most celebrated of medical I authors among the ancients fell his knees at the overwhelming onII of God in the constitution of the hUt man frame Our libraries are filled with the wisdom of the great think ers of all time Have you considered the far superior wisdom which fash ioned the brain for all those thoughts of the Infinite Mind that built intellects But it is only the thoseII lionth part of that wisdom come to mortal appreciation Close next to every discovery is a wonder that has not been discovered We see only one specimen among 10000 speci mens A tradition says that Abraham of the Old Testament was wher an infant hidden in a cave because of I persecutions of Nimrod The theIII time the child came out of the it was night and he looked up at the star and cried This is my God but the star disappeared and Abraham said No that cannot be my God After awhile the moon rose and Abraham said This is my God but it set and Abraham was again disap pointed After awhile the sun rose and he said Why truly here is my God but the sun went down and Abraham was saddened Not until the God of the Bible appeared to Abraham was he satisfied and his faith was so great that he was called the Father of the Faithful All that the theologians know of Gods wisdom iis insignificant compared with compreIhensionj had und never will have enough brain or heart to measure the wisdom of God I can think of only two author who have expressed the exact facts The one was Iau who says Oh the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God how unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out The other author was the scientist who composed my text I think He wrote it during a thunderstorm for the chapter says much about the clouds and describes the tremor of the earth under the reverberations Witty writers sometimes depreciate the thunder and say it is the lightning that strikes but I am sure God thinks well of the thunder or He would not make so much of iU and all up and down the Bible lIe uses the thunder to give emphasis It was the thunder that shook Sinai when the law was given It was with thunder that the Lord discomfited the Philistines at Ebcnezer Job pictures the warhorse clothed with thunder as having a neck St John in an apocalyptic vision again andj again heard the thunder The thundief which ir now quite well explained by the ell ttI cians was the overpowering mystery of the ancients and standing among those mysteries Job exclaimed Lo these are parts of His ways But how little a portion is heard of Hint So also all systems of theologya try to tell us what is omnipresence that is Gods capacity to be every where at the same time Where is God said a heathen philosophic to a Christian man The Christiahran whereliewhen asked how many Gods are there and he answered One How do you know that he was asked again cf He answered There is only room for one for He fills earth and Heav en An author says that ifaman were set in the highest heavens he would not be any nearer the essence of God than if he were in the center of the earth I believe it If this Divine essence does not reach all places what use in our prayer for prayers are being offered to God on the other side of the earth as well as here and God must be there anc here to take supplications which arc of fered thousands of miles apart Ubiquity No one has it but God And what an alarm to wickedness an everywhere present Lord and what a reenforcement when we need help God on the throne and God with the kneeling child saying its evening prayer at his mothers lUPI God above you God beneath you God on the right of you God on the kit at you nod within you No pantheism for that teaches that all things are God but Jehovah possesses all things as our souls possess our bodies God at the diameter and circumference of everything as close to you as the food you put to your lips as the coat you put upon your back as the sun light that shines in your face Ap predation of that if through Jesus Christ the atoning Saviour we are right with God ought to give us a serenity a tranquillity that nothing could upset Would it make us f gloomy No for God is the God of joy and will augment our happiness God in full possession of us Jis a thought out of which you ought to make anthems and entwine garlands and kindle illuminations So every system of theology has attempted to describe and define the Divine attribute ofOt Easy enough is it to define fatherly ilove motherly love conjugal love frater nal love sisterly love anti love of country but the love of God defies 1011 vocabulary For many hundreds of years poets have tried to sing it and painters have tried to sketch it and ministers of the Gospel to pnjach it and martyrs in the fire ami Jjhria tinns on their deathbeds have extolled it and we can tell whit il ia like but no one has yet full told wliiit Jtis JiJ Only glimpses of God lujve Snnitsi1nrht hilt what an hour If will be when we first see Him andwe will have no more fright than I feel when I now see you It will not be with mortal eye that we will beheld Him but with the vision of a cleansed for given and perfected spirit Of all the theIhour when we meet Him as He is This may account for something you have all seen and may not have un derstood Have you not noticed that after death the old Christian looks young again or the features resume the look of 20 or 10 years before The weariness is gone out of the face there is something strikingly restful and placid there is a pleased look where before there was a disturbed changeIwhat the soul saw left its impression on the countenance I think that is what gave that old Christian face I after death the radiant and triumph ant look The bestormed spirit has reached the harbor the hard battle of life is ended in victory The body took that look the moment Heaven JyIdeparting spirit left on the old mans face a glad goodby and that first look gave the pleased curve to the dying lips and smoothed out the wrin kles and touched all the lineaments with an indescribable radiance i Last summer we journeyed thou sands of miles to see lie midnight sun from North Cape Norway We stood on deck in the arctic seas our watches in our hands and it was 11 oclock at night but light as an ordinary noonday Then it was half past 11 oclock at night then it was 15 min utes of 12 but a long wide thick cloud hung over the sun Are we to be disappointed as thousands have been and the journey here a failure Ten minutes of 12 and the sun Is still hidden But about five minutes of 12 the cloud lifted and the midhighttsun the most wondrou spectacle ofall the earth appeared pouring forth a refulT a that turned ttAiaielliq o PIIntc dint erir bad allshii shiiCrlmr bcemneat agaiii snuc w L urY y L r is aP arctic sea Many clbudVhlvo 112oclodeFriends stand around and count the parting moments The clock shiRes 12 and God breaks through the clouds and shines upon the features of the departing saint until they arc trans SuntorUighteousnesS tnamJItra MILITARY DESPOTISM I Ontcnnthl Civil Oofprnmpnt Itentlnff l pUll llitlf CncgLnlril llnyoncta fur the IMpllpplnen Secretary Hoot in an interview sets forth clearly and distinctly the that the presidents reliance for uthority in the 1hilippines is solely SecretaryRootsmay copied as the oiheial interpretation of the presidents present policy in the Philippines says In the Philippines the president has an- n uncesl a distinct policy of governing the Islands under his power ag commander In lfgardtordetermination as rapidly as conditions would allow to diminish the use of mill tart agencies and Increase the employment of civil representatives of his power This policy will be adhered to and will be extended as occasion requires to every branch of government in the island The matter no levy than the man Her of this announcement is startling The president relics upon his military powlrhis power not the power of a constitutional popular govern ment nor even the power of congress as enlarged by Justice Browns deci sion but upon hit power as a mil itary dictator The poor makeshift of the Spooner amendment where by congress attempted to abdicate its powers is contemptuously brushed aside The president will continue to rule as the man on horsebaok with the bayonet as his symbol and the Mauser rifle as his prime minister Of course all will be done with a constant regard for the rights of the people and with the determina tion to diminish the use of military agencies and increase the employment of civil representatives of his power That goes without saying George III never intended to relyI permanently upon the Hessians to carry out his plans for the rights of the people in the colonies his idea also was as far as feasible to increase the employment of civil representatives of his power In fact he did employ the civil representatives of his power until the peo pIe unreasonably demanded that their power be recognized when he was obliged to resort to the military It was the custom of Julius Caesar und of the Itoman emperors as soon as they had benevolently assimilated a conquered nation to give it some form of civil government subject to the power and caprice of time Roman ruler There iis little to be chosen between a military despotism pure anti sim ple and an ostensible civil government resting upon Imlllonll lcd bayonets such as the empire of the third Napoleon for instance and of the two the military despotism plain anti undisguised is the lionester and in the end less destructive of liberty Could the secretary of wnr in any cabinet prior to President McKin leys have uttered such language as is attributed to Secretary Root without causing an instant investigation by congress and in case the president ssrHtioned these words impeachment proceedings against the president as an intending usurper and subVerter of our form of government What iIs the matter with congress Has pat ronage hopelessly corrupted the representatives of the people Whither are we drifting Albany Argus TRUSTS AND TARIFF Without Protection the Monopolis tic Combine Would Not Iontr lie In Kxlntence Tn the discussion of the tariff and its creation the trusts which was the feature of the recent Washington ses sion of the industrial commission Congressman Taylor of Ohio sub mit ttM certain figures which were enlightening as bearing upon the monopoly combine system Mr1 Taylor defended the Dingley tariff law and had no remedy to sug gest for abatement of the trust evil yet he expressed himself as deeply apprehensive of the costt of the latter to the consuming public He called especial attention to the recently or ganized steel trust declaring that its securities now amount to 1500000 000 while its cost had not been one third that amount Nevertheless as serted time Ohio congressman the holders of those securities would de mand returns upon them It is the purchasers of the products of the steel trust and the laborers employed by the steel trust who must pay to the holders of inflated steel trust securities the returns de manded This will come from the consumer in the form of higher prices dictated by the trust which absolute Ily controls all markets It will come from the laborer In the employ of the steel trust in the form of lowered wages accepted at the dictation of the trust which exercises a large control of the labor market And just as the billiondollar trust operates to the sore cost of the consumer and the laborer so do the smaller trusts oper to their respective fields ngressman Taylor is either of ctive vision in failing to get a and wide view of the tariff and t field or else he has not the age ofhis convictions and so de es to give them full expression shpiild know that most of time its tjould not exist without the h tariff He should know that the UliLcoritinues to enrich the trusts it the expense of the people He thould know that the removal of the high protective tariff would also re move the trusts And he should be aravo enough to frankly confront the Truth and work on the iicoplcssi c- St Louis Republic Why do we wish to hold the col antes for their trade and then force the Dingley tariffs againstthem4n Uiina polls News Ind 57 4 i rt TRICKSTERS IN TROUBLE aII Certain IlejialilloniiN Are italaing lion Over McKliilcrn He clproeltr Toy Representative Dalzell who represent j the gigantic industrial infants of Pennsylvania on the ways and 11 means committee is badly frightened When Mr McKinley assured him that the Babcock bill and similar measure would amount to ilothing 1 he replied They will spfit the rtfpublican party They amount to thatImuch at least- Therefore Mr Daze is urging all congressmen who look upon theJJ Dingley fet Ith as too sacred to be touched to meet him in Washington that they may take counsel together It is safe to say that Mr McKinley himself is not so confident as he pretends to be His outgivings for the past two years and more to the effect that we must seek foreign mar bets by means of reciprocity treaties show that he perceives the danger to the fetich lie sees that something must be done to pacify such republicans as Mr Babcock who are able to see the connection between monopoly combines and the tariff and who think the people can see it and will make trouble unless something is c done to remove the great bulwark of the confederated monopolies The McKinley plan for saving the Dingley tariff is to make u lot of reciprocity dickers and parade them before the people as the only thing to build up time export trade His theory is that if the people are amused with reciprocity treaties and colonial toys they will think no more about the tarifffattened combines and the Dingley tariff except as it is I touched in spots by the treaties But Mr Dalzell and his like are no better pleased with reciprocity treaties than theyare with Babcock bills They regard both as wicked devices of the enemy of sacred Ding leyisnu Besides they perceive that men like Mr Babcock are not going to rest content with the reciprocity mode of favoritism because they know that manufacturers who can export their products and sell them under the very noses of their most formidable rivals do not need protection at nil The McKinley attempt to substitute reciprocity treaties of more than doubtful constitutionality for the ti moral of duties which serve only to enable their beneficiaries to exact far more from Americans than they are glad to get from foreigners will not work It will not satisfy the Dalzell protect ionists who mean to fight to the death against reduction of duties in any degree or manner It will not satisfy such republicans as Mr Bab cock who do not believe that those who need no protection should have a tariff to shield them in robbing their on countrymen while supplying foreigners at competitive prices It will not satisfy the victims of the tariffbuttressed combines victims + who cannot be kept in ignorance of the fact that they are forced to pay from 15 to 20 for an article which the saute American manufacture sells to foreigners for ten dollars The presidents reciprocity toy wilt not satisfy anybody because it will not fool anybody Kepublicans who want a tariff for protection stand face to face with republicans who want a tariff for robbery only The conflict between them is irrepressii ble No reciprocity dickers or jugglery of adroit politicians can reconcile them or avert the impending struggle for mastery Chicago Chronicle PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS The American solider will be giv en the opportunity to still further ac climate himself to the climate of CubaI Cleveland Plain Dealer Whatever the president may think the trusts have too great n hold upon the machinery which governs the republican party to permit any change in the law which has heenI declared by competent authority to be their motherlohnstown Democrat As a matter of fact McKinley has shown more imperialism than Grant did but the country is becoming more accustomed to it and there is some delusion in the fact that McKinley is not a military man It is very probable that the republican nomination can be secured for him Indianapolis Senti nel If Mr McKinley is the protec tionist that he once was why does he never say so himself He has carefully avoided the jissue in all his recent state papers and was very reticent about it during his canvass for reelection The plain feet is that imperialism and the protective principle are two things that uo not belong in the same wash Mr McKinley had to give up either the one or the other and he has done so with all the grace and dexterity of a finished politician Boston Globe Mr llanna is reported to have said that he does not expect any great change to be made in the Dingley tariff bill by tho next congress and the ad ministration is said to be opposed to any such change These expressions are entirely natural There is in theIrepublican party a disposition to change the tarIff taWs and if some op position is not shown the cut made might be very deep Hence these words of opposition are merely lit the nature ohm move to prevent radicalism in dealing with the favorite law of the republican party The people of this country will not submit to alaw which results in foreigners being charged less for American goods than an American is charged And no one knows this better than the republican party Its ear is nerera foot from the groun- dTexNewsDallas A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY 3b 1 IVE ME A TRIAL when you want Blacksmlthlac done or repairing aIODS tc NoreeehoinR a pechlh1 I ftlio keep a fall line o- fUndertakers Goods COBKQOB Roiewood and Solid UlaeV sleet Cone sad Cain which can be tilted ere in akort notice and at reaaoa ble Price Alto us a nil IMI Shop agar the Jail 4 1LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITEE B B DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers serewithe courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS E r Call and see our Stock Ever 1 thiug up to date MARY BERKNDKS t rv CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We aro here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try Ing to please you than wn old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL rROWELL DR S K DAVIDSON entis1BIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill OowgHla Drat store C E EAKER General Gcocer Powell Block Clinton St Rating pnrchaied the Grocery Block of J J C Bondtirml would be pleated to bavs all old friend to call Fresh Good and Choice Bargains W J BARRY CO AT BUCK5KRS ULDSII- OIWill make yon a Buggy to order Repairor Paint your old one BLACZSM1TEING OF ALL BINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II P Rentier Joe W JBennett BENNETT i REMLE- Yr 4 ATIOSNEYS ATLAW =Coartaespeciallythe ties Mr Bennetta office will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemlevs in Hickman The BigiIs a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles off Superb Roadway Built and Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modcra Railway CoMtructkHi The Passenger Train Service of the BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars Ii- Ii addition to which Sixty Pullaua Sleepers are in Continuous Service ea theuBla FOUR and Its Tliroagk Car Lines WARREN LYNCH W P DEPTE v Gc1 Tkt Act AMt G P T Ac u czaisit O 7 1 F- i J4 It f 5 B r uyJ gifts iL ktAj t 41 i z 1 j RAILWAY COMBINE II The Roads in Whichl Harriman Morgan tI1eValldelililtsand Hill Are Interested WILL BE UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT i TC Stubbs Will Be Traffle Expect t or Manager for the llarriuiau d Group of Koads brhlllll1er Second Iee 1residrnt of the Crrnt Northern Will Oc ciiij n Similar 1oMltloit For the UlIlrLlllCH K t Chicago June 1SAlltbe ronds iul tluv middle west and northwest iu which K II Harriiuan J1 P Morgan the VanderbHts and 1f Hill are interested 1 hereafter will be practically under one management JI C Stuhhs now third vice president of the Southern Pacific will be the traffic expert or manager fur the Harriman group of roads while Uaiius Miller secondl vice president of the Great Northern will oeriipy a similar position for the i Hill roads Both probably will hav onje4Stin Chicago and will act in grin junution I ThisI iis one result of the conference I Ihclerln Chicago on Saturday between Mr Harriman and various railroad ntenAMr Stubhs will hun full charge of all the tram affair of the Iliinn Pa t cific jSouUiern Pacific Oregon Short ia 1 Line alleh r gon Railway and NHVUII v tion Co lie will also have ehnrgejj f the transcontinental traffic unfair Of1 1theChicago Northwestern Chicago Alton Illinois Ccutnil Milwaukee St Paul and one or two other linesI that play come under Harrinmns ton- I trolI IllrMiller who is one of President r Hills trusted lieutenants will be the traffic expert of the Burlington Great I Northern and Northern Pacific roads and to these may bit added later on the Chicago Great Western Wisconi sin Central Minneapolis fc St Louis ami Iowa Central Mr Miller it ii- I is I understood will also be imitle sec ltnrlingtontI t railroadMr l netl on tranSI tllltiUtntJ1 and competitive tratlie matters MAD MULLAH EXPEDITION The Ilrlflitli fader Col S vnyiio De eafril tilt Kiiciny With it Loa tit fiOO Jlen London Tune IS A dispatch to time foreign office from the consul jjcneral of Spinnlilandl says that the Mud Mul tightillfMUJThe flying column of mounted infantry under Capt Merewether struck the Mullahs supply tnmn during a night march andl captured 5000 head of entitle Killed one important chief and captured another covered 100 nines fought a sharp notion and returned l to its base nIl in 24 hours The main force t f the liritish nn fler Col Swajnc departed for 2 dnli June li leaving MacNcill with HOi 1 men to guard Xariba Sway nos col umn advanced against tin Iuliihs base lit the ineniuiine the Mliah ith3t0b followers attacked Xiiilii three times lie was finally driven oft by MacXei with a lohs of tut men The British iti Zrites had ten men killed and nine wounded The Mullah isi now cut olffron- hi base and 1 decUie delii n is im minent A SMALL RIOT InKlliV Sixth Vnrd Tncknonvillv v Kin n Mol of XJroeJl i Wont on R IhulIlnJ Jacksonville Fin Tune 18At a Xegro political meeting in the Sixth Ward Monday a mob of a hundred or more Negroes svorc vengeance against the whites declaring it is said that they would Kill any white man who came in the district They seized two street cars that were passing omit drove the motormen and conductors from their curs The mob was dispersed on the arrival of the police iin force In the melee pre ceding the arrival of the police Willie Cook a young Negro was seriously wounded by a pistol ball I I 1 H Ornlc Crcrtc n Str Ann Arbor Mich Jane IS Thomas Ii Campbell of Clinton Ky who de livercd an oration on The New Saudi at the senior class exercises 5 at the JUniversity of Michigan Mon dayv created quite n stir by hi Ktrong reiteration of some of Senator Tillmaivs utterances KlHliliiK Scl oiicr lQKt St Johns X K June HAnother fishing schooner named the Tad Clare Ilias heeh lost by being crushed in the itsethe Strait of Belle Isle Tiie 4T persons on board was rescued Two other fishing vessels have reach S ed St antimony Lurtrc Onrjro of Snirar San Francisco June 18The steam shijjillawaiian which arrived Monday from Jloiiolulu brought the largesti theTHawaiian islands It consisted of r COO tons valued at 750OOQ Both Were Lien ColHiiRi piss June ISIn an alI tercation Monday evening between 11 P iarrey and an old man named UaviK both men were killed It is not known who fired the first shot TLS both envdied instantly 0 i I I TRAMPS ESCAPE dfat Remarkable Thing Tltnt Ha Occurred In nn EugiaeerTtven ty fear Experience John Smith a wellUn wn Illinois Central passenger engineer relates a jyhomheroad track a few nights ago Mr Smith was brining Into Chi cago the Fish special occupied by Pre ident Sttiyvesant Fish and other ofli daIs of the road returning from a gen eral inspection of the line when about a mile north of Ashkum he saw dim ly outlined some unknown object ap parently sitting on the rails The engineer supposed it Ttas a man and at once applied the emergency brake says the Chicago Tribune The engine had nearly passed the object when it stopped Descending from the lab Mr Smith found a man sittinglwith eIto them that his head would have struck the oil caps of the engine had he arisenThe noise made by the approaching locomotive had not awakened the man dangeruntilthl himlLet me alone Taint time to get up he protested drmvsilv ananehcwhentnefenginefnpproa ttrould havebeen killed thingtht gineers 25 years experience Engineer Smith the next night ran over and killed an unknown colored man at Chebanse the second station from Ashkum The colored man ac jcjdentally stepped in front of the lo comotive r v 11 Help Wanted When we cannot find what ve needclose at hand we mus carry our research further afield nor must we hesitate to insti tute an inquiry for same where we hope it may be found but act as did MY PT Mc Kenny of Newton Indiana who wrote Onehalf bottle of your Lotion has done me great good for a bad eruption on one of standing1Nothingme In what nearby town can I find itIf your own druggist hasnt it send at once to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl St New York for samples of Palmers Lotion and Lotion- S p J sew EBlfCGolnir Too Fur This reckless speculation must be stopped said the earnest citizen to tLe trust magnate J Indeed it must agreed the latter In deed it must Why yesterday two or three fellows who are not in our crowd at all I takinlfiJcrstifncrc American Do Your Feet Ache and Burnt Shake into your shoe Allens FootEase XcShoesSwollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweating FeetAll Druggists and Shoe AddressI e0A Ilroad Hint youhaveMiss Dimple Xo Im just sleepy thats aUohio State Journal 0The more effusion a person puts into the declaration that he would be glad to do any thing he could for you the less likely it is that there is anything he can doIndian epolis News Pisos Cure for Consumption is an infallible medicine for coughs and coldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 171900II +ft s Some girls kill themselves rope some grow up and write problem stories and some have fame thrust upon them Detroit Journal Care and Prevent Pneumonia With Hoxsies Croup Cure Infallible 0c- HI 0ddnews travels faster than a motor car Ally Sloner MARKET REPORT r Cincinnati June 15 CATTLE Common 2 75 CC 4 15 Extra butchers 4 75 5 25 CALVES Extra 6 25 6 50 HOGS Select shippers C 00 Mixed puckers 5 75 rc 5 90 SHEEP Extra r 3 50 3 CO LAMBSSpring 5 50 rte 5 75 FLOUIl Spring pat 3 SO 5 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red rt 70 CORN No 2 mixed zj431z OATS No 2 mixed r0 29y 3tVE 56 c 57 HAYC11 timothy J12 75 PORK Family c 15 25 LARD Steam 8 37 2 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery L 201 APPLIES Chto fancy 3t 73 ail 5 OJ POTATOES Per brl 2 00 ttt 2 25 TOHACCO New eo S 00 013 75 Old H 6 24 L 9 00 Chlcaico FLOUR Win patent 3 70 ffi 3 80 WHEAT No 2 red G9astij 70 4 No3 red Qt1 CO 4 COItNo242sL I3y8 OATNO 2 28 t 2sa ItYEXo2 Q 43 SOs LAUD Steam 850 8 55 Nett Yorlc FLOUR Win patent 3 OS rte 3 90 VJIEATNo 2 red g 79 CORN No 2 mixed Q 471 OAfS No 2 mixed fcrt 32 RYE i 59 PORK Family 15 GO a16 00 IARD Steam to 8 S5 Dnlttiiiorc nIEAXO2 red 75 5 Southern 7ay2irt 76 CORNo mixed 451445ai OATS No 2 mixed 32 32 CAfTTFllutc11ers 5 25 f 11 5 60 HOGS Western 0 40 G 45 Loullvllie FLOUR Win patent 1 50 C t 75 WHKAT 02 red tc 75 CO1Nnixed u Co 45y PATS Mixed 5 31 7011Rafesa c4 00 J ARD Steam c S 50 iHdlanapolii YHEATNo 2 red 4 i2- CORNNo 2 mixed 431 = OArsKo2 mixed 29 nl 29 jt z jt 3Ij terr- A woman enjoys nothing better than to read a letter in the presence of other wom en and smile occasionally N Y World- L SThats very rougu on me as the maiden observed wtten her unshaven sweetheart lifted her Allj Moper jo Eye for home Comfort bh Ire Buggins e Keiord Motherhood i j I TABLET mostunreasonable nowItubuysome liehasthelit 5000 REWARD I Owing to the fact that someskepticalpeoplehavefrom questionedtestimonial letters we are constantly publishing we theNationalLynn Mass 5000 which will be paid to any person who will show that tho following are not genuine or were pub v I I obtainingthe I missionLtwA B- PJNKHAM MEDICINB Coi t somefemaleHow anxious women ought to be to give their children the blessing of a good constitution1 Many women long for a child to bless their home but be organstheybyLydiacessfully than by any other because it gives tone and strength to the parts curing all displacements and in flammation Actual sterility in women is very rare If any woman LynnMass uldbe4l Mrs A D Jarret Belmont Ohio writes Vegetnbleto carry babe to maturity having lost twoone at six months and one at EPinldmmsandhasiMrs Whitney catitudo DEAR lies PDJKHAM From the time I was sixteen years old till Iwas twentythree I was troubled with weakness of the kidneys and terrible pains when my monthly periods came on I made UD mY mind to try your THE I relievedThefull time and have a child as I was con stitutionally weak I had lost a baby at seven months and half The next time I continued to take your Compound and I said then if I went my full time and my baby lived to be youMyhealthy and hearty as any one could wish Icannot express my gratitute to you I was so bad that I did not dare to go away from home to stay any length of time Praise God for Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn sufferiDgao asmUleThe medicine that cures the ills of women is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound JbI ird hemad madat ntG H living tpedIdu1111eba tssattae1sl d ytzes ovattdtriotafterward ryo wlti I sta ply pty rbwM aiUasaarMettr Impreimeil Upon Tllf Notice The various features for which theLacka wanna Railroad Las become dare involuntarily impressed upon the notice of the passenger who realizes the luxury of electriclightswheels the extraordinary cleanliness made possIble by the use or anthracd coal avoid all dust and nauseating smoke the consciousness of being always ontime = andbuditalmessequencethatlikeJegrepwarm friends are equal jn number to its whole list of patrons once to test service menus an ardent admirer and friend earned for the roadVan Etten IJreese Yielded Xeiulllr for film First Phvsician Did old Coupons yield to your treatment itforsomethinglike Low Rates via B S 0 SW to fifth international convention Epworth League at San Francisco Cal July 18th to 21st 1901 TirWta will De sold July 5th to 12th inclusive also on July 13th for such tiaius as deliver jfefeencera to western lines at St Louis IJeardstown or other B b 0 SAY Junction points on same day t Before purchasing tickets via any other iue cuasult Agent B O SW R R full p4rtlcuLUT8l regarding stopovers and Cotnpletefoldercanbe McCartyGeuert iSr CPiinUti+ s ThJlSlJnne Fav6fKeJiWifoi9 that quiet individual whom the guests seem to avLdY tr hy tinpfatnouM composer of c1Msitztll nntlica ti 4And ithat young who ECetlts to Ll the lion of the eveninc playerOniogtat Vcllotriitonc Park Extended tour leisurely itinerary with long stUps in the Park Private coaches exclusive use on the rte Pullman sleep lug iind dining icarsp Established limit to number goillft1 Escort of the Tourist Association Rcau AmeneanI eral Manager 1423 Marquette Chicago Colorado and Alaska tours also EveQhereTrainkee d St Paul R Tuesda July 91000 p m Mrs course this fur niture youve bought is quite pretty but its so distressingly It lacks the fashionable marks ot and antiquity Mr rightIaftera couple of weeks Philadelphia Press oj f New Vt Train to Colnrniln vU 3tf oiirlfrarinc KxlliVHV The MNtouri Pucifhrllnihvuy is oper ating double daily + jrvlco from St Louis and Lausa Gityto points in Colorado Utah and Pacific Const Trains leave St Louis 9 n in and 1010 p in Kansas City sleeping cisco without change Excursion tickets on sale For further inlormixiian address companys agents H C TOWSSEXI Gen Pas and Ticket Agent St Louis Mo wQueer Carrie There rocs Nell1I with her fiancee They he tell in lov with her at firt sigjit Bessie Thats just like him HP always Was a funny fel low TI he liked olives the first time ever taste them Boston Transcript A VALUABLE PU1ILICATJOX FREE D crlptlYeorColornUo fecenerjVillemUh w r Kinbrt Send to 1 W Wukeley G PA Burlington Route 604 Pine Street Stiouis Mo a handsome special folder on Col orado dSfcriptive of her health resorts and magnificent t cenery containing the lowest excursion rates to Colorado throughout the I Summer which huge ever beenmude The ueltoI rFREE l Our I6o page = illustrated catl = logueii FREE N full the the crtAfter I was Induced to try I will never be them in too house My liver was Ina very shape and my head and I bad trou ble Now since taking Cascarets I feel fine wire also used them with for sour Jos 1921 Con ress St St Ma His Sap f LCt v 1 Ii ever set welt ad we Ir ing for its case for man for new new age now the now say he Etc for bad My has ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver PillsF r Signature of 4See FtoSlmlie Wrapper Below T ry email sad as easy to tale as cB nar CARTERS 1TTLE IVERPI FOB HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPII TOR FOR SALLOW FOR COMPLEXION 1 t5 Pr1Eeoxrtixrucents 1 Fuetr laTllAy9yII HEADACHEIfyoutilenpourbowes GJA festore of the G k J I of treid will or nuJdx roaii isfcit no tooh bctt Ii none too good for kind you want GJ TIRE CO in 3 or 4 Years Canada land plenty Illus Crated pamphlets slainexperiences wealthyinaeleeaus analuU reduced rates had IIndersigned wbo wnJ mall tJu attases pamphlets o PFDI TSapt tlon Ottawa Canada V Mer mock Detroit Mieb E THOLMUd Doom 4rKourftdgindtanapoU IndoILive Stock CutsStockCnloraay0therCataborrafasaySpreime nook below quoted for same KELIOrG XEWSPAPKR CO 335 Wet JfJftli S reel Cincinnati CURES WHtHfc All ELSE FAIL Best ouch Syrup Vonwa Good Uto tints drazzista CON SliMPT 1870eV11KV 1VIUTIMU AltVrRTIMK pleartate tliut yoa aaw Use Advrrllv meat paper WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS I SHOTGUN SHELLS the combination in the field or the trap All dealers REPEATING sell them ARMS atjj iSo WINCHESTER vs New HAVEN CONK l THE I I n Wetiern the of of farmer of etc as to railway can be to the eu of cnt of M No i rill il at or prices A X O tn by In tbl = 2 A on Winchester Factory loaded shotgun shells t RIVAL- LEADERand u REPEATER tproetsssesssssssii ii SkifiwSlll rtl Sli BNS Sour StomachBack up a sewer and you poison the whole neighborhood up liver and bowels and your stomach Is of undigested food sours and ferments like garbage In a cwillbarrel Thats first step to miseryindigestion foul headache tongue bad breath yellow skin mental fears everything that Is horrible and nauseating CASCARETS quietly positively stop fermentation in the stomach make the liver lively tone up the bowels set machinery going and it in Dont hesitate I Take CASCARETS today and be saved from sufferings Lichhe CASCA BETS without acted stomach beneficial results stomach KREnwra Lcclc LIa Must Bear SICK Dttichible aunllcatton Imwhrrat MclNSKf ION winning LIVER SKIM CURE corrugated Information eBlit NEW Clog which untold gases furred whole keep order J bret for t obv that t tnca f- J heir play I re I- cot J 1 i a i 1f a 1 BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER I THIS1S Ut Philadelphia medicine 1I 7a not DeStylelMf So an free Fold To and- FACTORYLaADED WINCHESTER CONSTIPATION JOe 25c 50c NEVER SOLD INBU- LKDRUGGISTS a I1 T ttCviisit nrrai tle 1r kit trCLU A p ealertIaaaCal Use raleta N w 11M1 sEiiU seen 4 Me kneelbl4N eo by SMa7twA bse SIEMHeiFaure w t mttis eaX W eag1T ts = trrr I if orestna Irbaw m iiwtI a set = II- IUZIZ2XIItUZflZZ ofk t ff 1 0 i w wr w r ts w ti T + rr Y rl- t t THE HICKMAN COURIER I 4O GEORGE WARREN fmOKMAN KY YTF T JUNE 21 1901 Kallread Time TableI r NQ St Lii R R LiAVxsT AUniVES Train Wo 63 at 9Wi m fTnla Ko 62 451io rue Tr la No9 L at 205 p m 1 Train o 4 110 pto Have Noticedt iI 2Hameee have told this Spring If not just cast your eye around and seei E eee them It will surprise you but if you will call and look his stock of Baggies and you will understand why it is itIthey are uptodate in overythi in that line and Sell them at very lowest prices Call und us at Hickiuau E1 E1 Reeves Co1I Mu W S WHKLDON Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterestj la in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in his employ thai I will ho of value to other mechanics He eays I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled jjI IIthatjII I and that Chamberlains Colic Choleni niileboughtabottloofi hero and informed I1 That one dose cured him and he is again at his workIFor seloby Cowgill Cowgill druggists II Ellisons want to give to each one their customers a Beautiful Hand DeofII orated China Dinner Set free Bosu t you get one I HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST in Photographs If not call at R05eI dales Photo Gallarv jrP 7rd There were more Plano Harvest ing Machinery sold last year in Obion County than any other kind and gave perfect satisfaction Call and examine O E EAKEr Agt I RvW BUCKS CASE He Was Prosecuted and jHOW Persecuted t WORK HoisErMKMpnjriy Juno J7JOi Editor Courier j t4 I I know that you and thafa t J butrtort have done everything thatI said I did 1 as a healer in the name of Jesus Since a boy you knew me and two things I al- I ways boasted that I hated in others a thiet and a liar I am honest God j knows it and if I do suffer In Jesus name I am glad lam worthy to suffer for him They simply took a negro wooII manavrord instead of mine The peo I I I thingI righhere t J streetq cured by my influence This iis iI persecution of the worst sort I ask th holhd j out faithful until the end 1 am sorcif t Godtevery effort J certainly did loft 0 j I good and cured lots of tiComoI l Inlt 1 they tried their very best to get her to prosecute roc Sho told it in my J sheknowsvence auSf altof jjsecutoi tots andone in fednotI1 t have not broken a law and I have th y witttmet11olT BucK t SereR Tears In lied j r o Will wonders evec cease inquire th jj 1 LawrencKaue 1 t unableto I j Count 6f kidney and liver trouble nerv 1 debilitbutenabled uie to walk she writes and In poron11ontanaIIP X rvlilliN I IIffI s 141 e Zt ancholrt Fanning snid Div rjKllK y lJJ will liud it sv priitfles bUisuiir Trv iit CowgillCowgill A t K Use atteriek Patterns iR hi kflgp soar mergowas s ucsi rhey f 1 it I rfIhre leZteY W S KsTOHBet rt11 y Ii Q faI Ih IhR ar te 1 arty 1 0 r- EtR i 1114 + a 4sW I It f st I t 1S1SIh1Sh11SI t t I IOfferingI 2IN ALL SUMMER GOODS I Ladies Lace Oxfords I Were 2502 and 150INow Go at 8150 1 and 75c I BOYS KNEE PANT SUITS Were S5 8350 and 250 1 Now go at 385 225 and 165 Ladies Shirt Waists In White and Colored Lawns regular prices 50c to 250 I now go at 25c to 125 I Lawns Big Line of Dimities Wash Dress Skirts Fancy Silk Parasols At reduced prices at i r iBAlTZERiDODDSt NN NNNNNN F S MOORE ATTORNEYAT LA W k t M Jo7r I fI 0S IIICKXAN KENTUCKY IV fit 1 jto Office partner of Judges II F Remley w IUESIDEXTIAIJ TALK j While there is considerable entertain candidntCiforconfessed that at this early day little definiteJyi either party threee years A congressional elEctia is to be held next year which may have most notable influence upon uomina glancetherefore affor the bringing out of Presiden nt aspirants Beyond the pleasure of havingbeen littlemay bo talked of in this n at the present moment The issUes to be passed upon In thIL largerthe choice of Presidential shnping betafairly mt1iTheeso all probability earlier than the congressional session of 1903 E E Reeves CoiHarrowsDisk HeLucky + i Plow Gear and everything the Implement line Hickman Ky Q E AKER t fuAJDl I Piano Binder Mowers and Rakes The beats lowest prices I tv I and ejssj fermg 4llso geniwla g T ortilt 4sf V FawilyiCfrpeeriesi t It Ill if ra rtpairtaiai V + oettAOa rs + NYatitdIw E I i t+ t aatlm rt t+ Itrr aa 11 I w 1 sf 7 H IE4It Sated Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attuck of whooping cough u bronchitis writes Mrs W K Harila of Armonk X Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who hud in qstnand today she is perfectly well1ia toDrforCoughRCowgillTrialbotUesI ofOhildrcnOlothing Call at Cowgill Cowgills drug i and get a free sample of storeII stomach and liver tablets They elegant physic They also improve theappetite strengthen the digestion regulate the liver and bowels fiare easy to talks and pleasant in effc uNOT OUT OF THE WOODS Anybody who thinks the nation is of the woods is noted to reflect u the 117000000000 feet ntlUg Washington alone HEROIC GIRL Lilho Miller 16 years old is sacC nallyJ managing a weekly paper in Cam iZsingbrother and sister Her father was recently killed in a railway accident r Hf rJtzjU FOR JOY ANn SURtOt11V I YIninfnnt year its i Afterit1 beras a bridal veil at her marriage A the marriage it is again laid away tseen no more untl1deatbwhenit i fnceinShot at FaKoB I I There was a hot time at Knights tois looksthoughdas II ca r Knight proprietor of 1 remtonstrawdno IanI1 In h l1pJ thw axi irtf c lslJtintla t lh h illz 11ryllitSI ijj- nd I i1 the t1uahlnt rw rrhrrwa + wiA rJlfoll Rliglll tvol1uliU titIIttt ruit lint- About itJnt tkle tuseJokt eox 1soral i ifsaranK i ing to befeyt Then there was auother sit P ii wklcti roprieter Knt VjlQltfhtI rII JII r 4iIr f IL Local and Personal tFulton is to celebrate July 4th wit a big program The machinery is being put in th Meogel box factory HuntingtonTenn Buy your Groceries at Ellisons and get a dinner set free Hon K T Tyler has been sick this week with flux But has about rqco ered John Thompson colored from Fulton aturdayfqrThe Methodist Church has received a new bellthe largest and loudest in this section inbosinessatI II returnedbomeA NorMeacham atherUlarkqvi11eTenn oftheSlippersorthelJyersburgthetamilyAsk for tpurchasesSetfreeMrs Lula Smith and daughten tree Tiltivisiting isI Herman Battier and Evan Paris who OollegeRnsB P Tnmcson of Oa11ntm Teun and Mrs Olivia Carpenter of Union MthosEn O Corsets never stretch AMBERGS fumeilybefore moving train at Martin Sunday and was killed goodfttniilycashftera atCOLKIKR OFFICE i The marriage of Mr Fred Carden j I 1 Miss Xaunio Raukiu was solemnized atH i I Trinity Episcopal Church Fulton nesday evening WedII inLadiesLt Will Handle has resumed civil I HickmanBowling i can now find him Mrs Halliday with her daughters j will erect a 0000 drinking fountain at I CaptWDitnitie that did sell at Sc now 5c- AMBKllGS littletownwhere seven years is the average interval between two rates timesinI inLouisville j HickImanI I willi800nndSee thereII La11esOtfordsMr Robert Evans son of DrJ H Emus a traveling salesman with head uarters in Philadelphia is visiting his ther and mother in Hickman ofInthcatreideastoryEtlwardThe Juvinile Missionary Society of the Methodist churcheujoyed n picnicj IIleal l I i Denmark started last century as the jpoorest oonntry per head of population iin Europe it ended as one of the rich est And it has to thank its land sys Jhi eveningtwagcts by a pile at the Hick nianHandle Factory Ignited it is sup posed by some boys shooting fire rock ors in that direction No harm done o0tNew line of Prints at hoc youAMBERGS In reply to an inquiring citizen of Chicago Mark Twain writes that tlitdoctor in Incidents Abroad was Dr Reeves Jackson bcsctiedhat1811 2 ti Edward Beaapre an eight and one 1alftoatCanadiing jiclaut is looking for aseveafoot bridajn order that he can win aprbeJeft by French nobleman to be given to the finestpair of giants married each year in France TO rule the Philippines i3 going to costa heap of money outside of the array that must be kept over there alll prepareftcrd upboyeartThe Baptist Association in session ata resontionoIobtained on other than ScripturalI groundstThe water antllighl question is being earnesttOIithOd an ordinance submitting the propitft if iiHSMliiR jtlti1 bonds tu provide fur i nU1i ipH1lwuprhil If+vat r and Ji 111I Peniliii the voieim this q UsotJlIll EI Tfaunl advertJ= pd fur fr iicUi4SbId5 de during that Irs purpose was to ado peaplq4inethey operatingdgto qte1findlhefranchise iillidopt f that Alai + 4 I I e t of I I JII Building Material f f flU LUMIttrit ScrLime and Cement l Builders Hardware4 Paints Oils etc ai ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY r t 1 FUKXISHEI FEED STUFFS I I4 Hay Oats Corn Bran etc 4 etett f J Jl j lPWS Ellison + r 9 tw BAKERY ANDrCONFECTIONERY J1J1 uDVAT y- INSUILANOE AGTS THE BEST IN GROCERIES Go wlieie they all go writ want at the LOWEST TO Rogers c Tlirelkelds TTPTODATE GROCERY I Wirnxos OLD STAND lFRESH rEATSJ Goodsl Delivered Free Clinton Street l Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I l rat7Jrrirn 1Sj TOM DILLON ST Projifr Saece Ramage ilecM arbleand Granite Monuments O TJ IR 33 IItT G STONE WORK of all KindslIRON FENCING cJc Hiolsxnan Ky E HOOD ROADS CONVENTION conJJ Kentucky to have 3 good roads ventions at Louisville Owensboro and Hopkinsville At Louisville ono mile o jsample good road will be with graders by the commissioners fA Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured one time I suffered from a se vere sprain of the ankle says Geo E Gary editor of the guide Washington Va After using several well rucom mended without snccc5S I tried Cham J berlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed Sold by Cowgiil L Cowgill i druggists j PAY 2500 UIjTOXS EXSIIElCl f lAND HIS BONDSMEN IV TO PAY DAMAOKS While Sheriff of Fulton county 1L- ohnson had warrant for I a a man i he was trying to arrest but the I man was trying to get away when the Sheriff ordered a couple of young menj Jbuggyofficer shot ut them but they atill kept II goingThey went on for a mile or so and iit was found that one of the young men 1 in the buggy was dead and was shot through mistake by the officer ntata Ir rought against his securities for damages The suit brought in Fulton county but a of venue was taken to Hiukman WLJJ where the case was tried and was rendered against the for 2500 And appeal was taken to the Court of Appeals which has affirm J nnsaysjj must pay the 82500 damages Maylield Monitor DWnl Marry For loneriThe Boston man who lately ntarri sickly rich young woman Iis Lap perfectlintiltli now for he got Dr Kings New MId liousness Malaria Fever and Ague ar all Liver and Stomach troubles Gen CowgilJsdr1 JEMOUGHFORABfGROOMtttt 00E 1 Thll of tls i atIfc t66 at lye h 4 Bolts Ceiling at 9c Tff Excellent quality patterns the pretti est First 2ome first served j BOOKSTORE YY j a II1 CARUTHERSr nf I I I j FRESH BREAD t CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIES j j CLIISTOX STREET IIIOKMAX KEN rUC KV Telephone lumber 90 J J III y I IRE I OFFICIAT F L M BANK 1 FOR I FRESH GOODS f PREUES j r ior to II C is constructed Iut MUST HAVE Ii J t WILSONS tGooti Cough MctUcine i It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Komedy when druggists use it tofjmy other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for tho past five years with complete satisfaction to myself stud customers says druggist J Uold smith Van Ktten X Y I have al ways used it in my family both for or 4 4glutcough following la grippe and fluid it very cllicacions For sale by Cowgill fc Cdvgill druggists 1 PAINTS Ml1 PAINTS At Cow gillsf yz S lr We have jjust receivedi largo shipI mont of Mixed Paints Ojllier Strictly Lure White Lead Crown p brand Linseed Oil The best brands 1 on the market t Oj- t Orgill0millb DRUGGISTS NOW IS THE BEST TIME To have your Babys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot and the Baby is not fretted and my prices ire made to suit For a short time I will make six Platino Photo graphs for OnoDolar10 0 that would bs cheap at Two Dollars Dont mist this chance Extreme care will be Rememberjj iF the Photographer LJr1 rt I t r Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have trrlmpt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR O- Nt RELIVEMV LL GRADEO STEAM COALS J i i iex A F is1son tI j f i t J 1 lkA r a nlJrJ m 1 Jil If II11UUUlUlrinUUl inmmmmmmmmmmmmmm2mmmnmmm mmmnmIo tl I II II I REMEMBER COUPONS GO WITH EVERYia1 a SUMMER BEGINS FRIDAY JUNE TIlE 21stM A So the almanacs say Theres no needI how vr for von to swelter ill the snnnner heat for we shall inaugurate on that flavour t r PricesI1satel to move them at the time11 when you want them and we know youll need them now t f EVERY HEREREAD WORD === And bear in Inl11d that every article quoted has been soiling at from 10 TO 50 PER CENT MORE than wo now ask for thorn I SEEP OOOL AT crUT PRICE 4 i tt Wash1 DressGoods Rosebud Lawns 3c1 1Inneat styles Batiste Florentine OV 6c- These are well worth SV k Batiste Indienne 8cf Beautiful Styles nice cloth Been selling at lOc forx PuRina OrgandiesatiHtpIOe These were 111e and cheap at that patteril1 ladies White Muslin Robes Finished shaped skirts made of fine quality India Linen with 2t yards ifS rtingcquality1 now 398 WASH SILKS at 25c Beautiful Waist Styles and well worth 35c Foulard Silks is r- 7oc kind now 65Q110 quality at 98C Fancy Lace Stripe and Dotted Swiss Waist Goods 25c These have been good sellers at Hnc Fancy Ribbons worth lOc now 5C Dotted Orepons pink yellow and cream cut Trout r 12j l to 7 C i jtPalm Leaf Fans Ic Japanese Fans 2c Lace AllrOvers 25c H I I Valenciennes Laces roc a dozicfe i i r Torchon Laces 10C x LADIES SILK WAISTS Madu of fine India Silk trimmed with Gold Braid Color Red Pink Turquoise Heliotroiw and Black 248 These are cheap at St50 Foulards and1 China Silk Waists 208 Worth double A few line TujreUiSilktVaisLs weraSoOO and 750 now 12 I13IGByI I Percale Shirb Waists 3cFancy Lawn Waists 50e MILLINERY FINEST PATTERN HATS cut to tt PRICE 51500 Hats now 7 GOf 1 1100 Hats nt 0JAT 81J59 to 25J we are nosed selling Ladies Trimmed Hats worth 300 to 400 early In the season TRIMMED SAILORS were 48c now mc BAH Y BONNETS tOe t h Cut Prices on GROCEKIESI COUPONS WITH EVERY CJASH PURCHASE 16 pounds Granulated Sugar l 100 9 pounds Roasted Cotfee r t 100 8 pound packages Coffee 1G0 No 1 Patent Flonr ll 400- Ii lire Clativtte Soap tt 2 1000 Matches for m h1C pound Bucket Jelly 35e I IAmerlCunimckage Sardines Soda Iot ull j-I 20 pounds Rice 100- I 3 pound Win Pie Pouches itiJ 08 pound can Table Pouches t 110- t I 5 pounfs can Apples 1 08 I ponnp1 can Apricots i 10 Picnic Hams l 10 j ll 13V i REMNANTSuThis Rftmuatit counter of ours is a picnic for any woman Rom cants will accumulate and when they do oi this counter they igo to bo gotten rid of at any old price Heres remnants of Wash Goods Dress Goods Laces and Embroideries RibbonsI- n pieces of all lengths from 1 yard np tolO and some of them cut to ALA PRICECOME QUICK AND GET YOUR PICK EMBROIDERIEStll awayATt i I AT itic Theres not a picco in this lot bultis worth a limo AT oc The best values ever offered juyiof it would bring lOc for the ilskillWIYARD WIDEBROWN DOMEST4fC LIVE HAN DKEUCHIKFS f ALL PURE LINEN j Single lienlSC Double hftrua Vic Worth 10 itull iCc FORLADIES 5c MATTINGS lOc 0 Shoes and- Slippers t at r CUT t Prices I RREMiUNS i j i i wIth Ivry CASH paninse you mifce in the Grorery Clothing and Dry loads rooms we give you COUPONS representing the amount purchased laid thIt conpjiw you c in exchange with us at any time ABSOLUTELY FREEl OEUO3Tto you for Hiudiome Decorated China Ware as shown in tho picture Tncse pioUd you 00 can lake out piece at a tuna a plate ut ono time cup and suiij iiii other or a dish and sj on and by ciucinuin to jmr linso your goods tram us you can in a very short rim have an ENTIRE DIN SI H SET FREE Or you can exchangea yourjeoiipona for any of tho jlassvare shown lutliciCturcRE irtJojCJ OJ To introduce the ELYSIAN PBRPOMES TOILET ARTICLES and TOILET SOAPS which arc the ugliest quality manufactured vo wilt goodsRE3IEMBEItASK IOn lElDB1tI 0 is S and i is the to buy YOlfrt J i Clothing Shirts Underwear Etc t t AT CUT PRICESc f Soxav Ulues Reds Purple Black and Brown 8c Good asoull buy else where at 15- cMens Undershirts and Drawers 25c In Cream Blue Red Striped and Fish Nets These aro good valuc3ata5c P Elastic Seam Drawers at 50c jIL The most Drawer mad and alwaya sold at Toe Fancy Shirts Cnt from 50c to Me LOa kind at 79c 125 Silk fronte now 7Ce Straw Hats On the counters they go ill a pile where you thin buy 75c vdnes at lee 125 wines at OSc iM t CHIVDS SUITS t 33p3CO Suite j p II J WJii1 MlI 1 IW 550 A 53 Suits Gut IB ill2 1150 SUitS at Ii- II Cpilds Suits at That now the time here place Mens comfortable Thca or r Vcstee Sllits 1 Age J to 8 Some beauties ut 13l 1 1 Jft yptkictcai1 o 19S r 1 PJ Clothing Ohtstt1 Mea a t 00 Suit oatf S2 1Jy CMons SuiLm that have lleouaclliug upt06i5fMTW h9310 Of Snits at Vit lfi00 Suit npjv 1200 + t H Boys Suits Ibs fCvJ nAb nl irktj rjjj tfoi3i 5 l itlr lr jj- I I Foij ii ij i H I J 1 i11 di l ur 3- I 1 IilI J J 1 ittl9 i f i tH E + U r = v r 1 i Jc r CE ccEr t tr fqf t LLISON S 1 t IQI I T iO Hek sn IKre i W WUU T ijUU i UUWLU WWWWummuu Ui IU l fI I lUlU I I IU IUJU 4 WWiUUiiUU U6U W UtA iill 1 tt- re l J t t iiTa 7 at i 4 y- nn j 1 j ufrT qftt t T rn a + r rtr T iy I The Hickman Courier IEORGEh 1tiAIttENPuDlhhcrCo IIICKMAN T y i1 KE NTUCfiY- lj T wk n t CURRENT TOPICS J There has been a record vintage in South Australia Sf lhS enuArafaon frJm Ire3an l con thmcs to increases eo There are eight1tt submarine cable- of oer 000 miles 1l11Iength T A Canadian salt trust capitalized at 8000000 has been formed A Harvard professor has discovered tba there is snow on the moon Indian corn is a gram of much im portljmce in the agriculture of Cuba cause his pen ion was jiot made larger a Wisconsin man has refused toate for twentyseven years ExjSenator Charles A Towne o Minnesota is said to have decided to mak CityferalS by 3 ing James I have been discovered in thc Bodleian library at Oxford Australians are trying hard to 01 lainTa market in London for the pas tiontfruit which isso jvonular act thet TOantipodes Poring the last ceninry 400 human lives 12ri000000 nnd 200 ships have been last in fruitless efT qs to nJl lke1forth Pole The patronage of fl32 English parish iss vested in the crown of 4601 in the hands of bishops and jof 5990 5n Sivate hands Surveys have been made along the coasts of Cuba for the purpose of lo cating the most available harbors endY loa lint stations Russian railways are the most dangerous in the world Thirty Ilcr- ForiS in every million passengers nrt either killed or hurt thrente more reliable than any similar re ItUrDS previously made The first elevator was made at Schoenbrunn the summer residenc- of the Austrian Emperor in 1700 It wncnlled the flying chair That rare element helion has been discovered in gases from rthe1 ho r f oprings at Bath Kngland It costsI 4C200 per cubic foot to collect The biggest diamond in the worldIi isthe great Gobind gem which weighs nearly 450 carats is as bii as a nnjuverage inkstand and worth about 0 450000JJuffauds English in Ireland 17SE which caused such a sensation t SsRiow said to have been painted at the suggestion of Maud Gonne the Trih agitator Ais It cost 525000 to scrape the bar nacles off one of the menofwar and repaint her The operation has to be repeated twice a year in the case oi yearly every vessel 1 Lloyd Osbourne the stepson of the late Kobert Louis Stevensdn has pre seated to the University of Edin burgh a valuable collection of the fa mows writers manuscripts scientists have determined that the purest air in cities is found about 2 feet above the street and hence it is apartments j There is only one lighthouse in Aja+ ka That is a little concern ol J the hug light description which is ttgionreven 1 favor E Ueorge ana wealthy farI iner of SaleinGenter N Y rides t znarkct every morning on histrottin tittflmiliarthe town V kA nurb r of people come home from tlie scaside quite deaf and veryJ M 1 mans if tTjnfn much hanler at hearihgrthan whVn they left home If The canstidofthis is blowing th nose filter liatliing- lf tJie rNorth Pole is not discos ered in the next ytfar the clianccs one that it will ncvcrabe An expedi don will start put from nearly ev fothatt l FA member of the British parlia me ut declared that JBY officers who here seat to Hungary and Aiistria to I purchase horses bought Lrokere down animals urnl charged the government t extravacant prices for them t PA Paris dentist has adopted the plan of drawing teeth to the sound of mu emd declares that Iris ex Thic t totI operntionIAJiUle wrested in Vienna for belping an old r woman with a bundle They were pieced in prison for cix hours on ac j count of having violated the city laws by carrying parcels without li4 rienec plethr course nor silver but eopp r S- oistis I the supply of this inferior fmetali that ordinary people are e- xjceedingly chary of clanging nch few = gold coins as they nu y come into pos cession of- JCalifornia visitor to the Buffalo fttpoition this suntuier will register in the largest boot ever bound 1- acbxa t 1 just been completed in Los An 2gees The book is 20 inches long 2fieinches wide and 18 inches tick i 1ofoS 4000 pages and weighs 100 pound fishermen of the North Pacific Coast are undertaking a movement I cr the destruction of sea lions the 1 inveterate eemi of salmon nno i Miler food fisheei1 and t ichnunI1 ij make iincalcaiablc ravagesfin tilt riCtcaos of Chinooks steelhcads am- nlher varieties of salmon that hon1 zr IJfcu Waghisgtoie sjii Orcgoa cccaL BURNTTOTHEQROUND Mineral Springs Hotel at West Baden IriSL in Ashes I rhere Wcre Seernl Nnrrow1icapes Krutu Heath Kiitlrc 1011 n ou- Hulldlntc mill Pernonal Iif- fectn e I lie 1 UI04IHM gWest Badeu TndJtfite IS0f the 2GS persons who were in the Mineral Springs hotel fire here it is now be lieved that wery one escaped with his lifetrDuring the excitement of the fire a report was sent out that many lives were lost which fortunately proved to be incorrect The loss on the hotel building is estimated at 250000 with insurance aggregating 110000 In addition to jewelryfj and clothing belonging to the gusts will it is estimated reach 30000 The conflagration had its origin in the kitchen which is located on the ground floor of the hotel immediately under two rows of sleeping rgoms all of which were occupied TJib fire WILt discovered by the night wtuch man whOtaHempted to extinguish ithe blaze with hand graiiaden but seeing that hjij attempts were in vain he rufiheiltogthe Office notifying the night olerk and together they ran nipidly through the halls Idclring open doors and yelling Fire To ado to the great excitement it was but a few moments after the discovery of the fire that the electric circuit was burned out and the panic stricken guests groped around In their rooms for wearing apparel and other personal property T G Hawkins n business man of totleave+ the building He wan awakened by the cry of fire and had timeto dress himself His business partner escaped huH dressed through a win low Amy Leslie the theatrical critic of the Chicago News who has been theepast two weeks escaped with nothing but her night robes Miss Sinclair daughter of one of lutdatvery narrow escape losing nil her wearing apparel diamonds and otluT personal property Mrs Harris of lilwankee loft everything Misa Blanche hail daughter of a Chicago theatrical manager lost a valuable wardrobe and jewelry Mr and Mrs Davis who wee married in Clncjn gaff two weeks ago wire spending their honeymoon at the hotel They escaped with n very meager wardrobe The building was provided with fire eeapes mud on the front of the building extending from the ground to the roof was an escape built in a spijal fashion It was through this that ninny of the guests got out During the rush for safety four la dies became wedged in this spiral escape but were rescued Col Wing of Cincinnati who is a member of Got Xashs stair and also police commissioner of Cincin 5nati occupied a room directly over the kitchen He had a very narrow escape saving nothing but his night shirt on his back Col Howard gen era agent ofa life insurance com pang of New York barely escafwilI in his night clothing M M Wciler of the firm of Weiler d Bro who are 1in business at Hartford City Ind ras one ofy those escaped with Um neater part of his wardrobe but valuablecdiamond stud Superintendent Clark of the Kl wifefwere among the guests After gather ing a few personal effects together Mr Clark in the excitement grabbed a woman supposing her to be his wife nod carried her screaming from Ihe building On reaching the lawn 5p front of the hotel he discovered his mistake and ran back into the burning building and in a few min uses appeared with his wife It is estimated that diamonds to the value of X50000 and from 5000 to 6000 in cash were lost in the flames The massive fireproof safe in the office contained 10000 in ca h which the guests had deposited for safekeeping The safe is in the cel lar completely covered with the burning debris and it will not be known for several days whether the valuables contained therein are safe AN ELECTRICAL STORM Three Persons Killed By Llchtninfr In MIcli inn jneli DamitKe Was Done to the Crop Detroit lich June 15A special from Allegan says that during the progress of a terrible electrical storm which passed over Allegan Bounty the barn of Sullivan Case near Scott lake was struck by light ring and burned The charred remains of Case were found in the ruins John verger and his son James of Mill rove were killed by lightning tau ii g sought refugo from the storm in a barn Much damage to crops was done KornUer Brother a Marwhnl pre2iIelt to be United States marshal for Xew Mexico The appointee is a brother Senator Iforaker He has residedj in New Mexico for tome time and ac luired a residence there Aa Aced litvcHtor Suicides 1ewiYok1une1511Uam Her Cord an aged German of Wllliams bur realizing that his 30 years leareb after perpetual mi 5on was fruitlessB l sent a bullet into his brain tteuQeli1dad IF jrr1S i IS CONVALESCING I The Improvement in the Condition of Mrs McKIiiley Health Still CoiitluueN Washington June 1The improve meut in Mrs MoKinleys health Ana Unties and Dr DIxey said Sutfday night ou leaving the white house that he was wrUsfled with her COil dition Shu sat up in her rolling chair during the day and chatted and laughed with the president and others As night came ou Mrs Me Iiinleyagalu took to her bed after tiayDuringer has been cloudy and rainy an Sunday was particularly gloomy This had a somewhat depressing effect on the patient but with the return of good weather more satisfactory re fruits are expected Sunday was a very quiet one at the white house The president spent most of the day with his sick wife Captain and Mrs McWilliams of ChF cugo accompanied by their son called during the evening told othprc inft their cards Word comes from Canton 0 that the improvements on the presidents home there are about completed citi that everything will be in rendinesS for occupancy by July 1 It Mrs Jfor jKjnlcyB condition pt snits her rd mom I by that time she will be take to her Ohio home where it is believed the chances for permanent improve merit will be greater than in Wash ington Hope is expressed that she may be able to travel by the first of duly if the present rate of progressJ toward recovery is maintained BATTLESHIP WISCONSIN Oh Her Trial Trip the YOMHelaia KIJ5 Knots An Hour Viider aturiil Drnuuht San Francisco June 17The battle4 ship Wisconsin steamed into this port Sunday morning after a 48hour trial iin the Santa Barbara channel during which it was demonstrated that ihe 1 Illinois will lease to look sharp if she would retain the honor of being ilia swiftest sailer of her class in tlt navy According to members of the trial Iboard null the experts in naval eon struction who were aboard the Wisconsin when she was put through her final paces before being accepted ly the government the battleship will1 show a speed of more than IS knots an hour if put under forced draught The Wisconsin left this port lait Friday morning and during the ter days had fair sailing in an easy sea With full head of steam and natupt1 draft the oillcial record for two h0urs was 1045 knots an hour For thiapS hours the average was 152 knots in lw hour Last Saturday while being brought t i to this port from Pugct Sound the officers in charge gave the Wi con sin her head from Point Arena to Point Jleyes and had the satisfaction Df seeing her put 372 knots b her in two hours or 1SO knots an hour AN AGED CIRCUIT RIDER Ihe Dent of Ilev John L Dyer One of the Most Famous Trenchers In the West Denver Col June lne John D Dyer one of the most famous preach iers who has figured in the history of the west died here Sunday from paralysis of the throat after a Hn j gering illness Itev Mr Dyer was born in Franklin county Ohio in 1S12 Father Dyer as he became known began preaching in Wisconsin in 1S4U and was the old esl if not the last of the old Method ist circuit riders Coining to Colo rado in 1SG1 he met with many thrilling adventures in his travels in this state and New Mexico and through his zeal in preaching the Gospel to the widely separated anti almost inaccessible mining camps in all kinds of weather he earned the sobriquet of the Snowshoe Itinerant iii is the author of a book bearing that title IN THE BATO Uhf DISTRICT American Pumping Machinery Con- Ing Into Favor Because of Cheap ness nail ItKhtncmi London June 17A British consular report on trade in the Batou- dstreet of Asiatic Russia says tha British manufacturers supply the bulk of the machinery for the oil industry but that American pumping machin cry is coming into favor because of its cheapness and lightness The lat ter attribute ia important as it off sets a great saving in customs duties The report further says thIn ncompressors of American manufic tare are also coming into use ia ihier section of Russia rJoin the Combine Knoxville Tenn Tune lAt a meeting of the directors of the Airier ican Handle Co it was decided toiTtm ter the proposed combine The corn pony will be fumed at Louisville in the near future Costly Dhorce Pittsburgh Pa June IiThe di hrEbride rust her hllsbancITumes ngClarkeis one of the highestpriced divorces on record Knrchern Strike Ended San Francisco 3nne 17Tice butch era strike was formally ndetf sun- day The striking journeymen butchers decided to withdraw their tlciuanil that a union card should be dinylayed a11larttailaltor r r 1 t t fti Tht WILL MIME I Gen Cailles Ready to Surrender to the Americans Ilia Action h Itefiriiraed With Much Satisfaction Ily the Authorities ut Vni hliiutoti The Iu ur Kent IHnInteirrnttui Manila June 17Cols Infant and Gavin representatives of Cailles Sunday signed the name bf their principal to an agreement to sur agreedwent Gen Cailles is to assemble hisi men at auto Cruz Laguna province as quickly as possible and there sur render himself and his command to the American authorities The exact number of his force is uncertain but there will probably be more than 500 Washington June 17 Ollkmls ot the war department are very well pleased with the prospective surren der of Gen Cailles the Filipino in surgent leader Advices received at the department indicated that this matdt 4 con his bucking of some hundred of men has been n menace to the efforts staw1nout the rebellion Ills spit ulation therefore is regarded with much satisfaction by the authorities here who say they see in it anther evidence of the general disintegration of the insurgent forces Vindictive and Cruel For more than a year past Gen Came has commanded the Insurgent forces op crating on the east side of Bay Lake north of Manila He is said to be tj French half taste and during the last revolution he has acquired a reputation for vindictiveness and cruelty The society of MandoDucHtu whose practice it was to aapasMnate and bury alive those of their countrymen who aecepted American sovereignty whenever the latter fell into their hands opera and with the if not the support of Gen Calls At one time Gallic offered a reward of 10 for the heads oi all Americans brought to him and more recently he offered a reward of 10000 foi the head of Capt Edward X Jones jr of the Mh infantry Callleyeone ers who did not surrender under the terms of amnesty has been persistently pursued by the American troops Ut was declared to have been injured In OM rnjrnKcment lust month and negotiation for his surrender have been going oc IaNtHtAmeriean authorities and this fact wht meant that he could not expert to enlo Immunity for his past deeds and violations of honorable Warfare but would hove to stand trial on the many charges against him doubtless compelled him tc oo1 the federal party advised him to surrender but this he persistently refused tc do until he saw that his capture was In evitable Cailles was a man with considerable influence with tho Filipino people and an followp lion was excellent In the mountains ol Kneuno province where Cailles practi tally confined his operations he had many advantages over the American troops frequently sent to dislodge him and rendered their efforts futile He 1 Ii credited with the Slnaloan affair of last year In which n few American troops were badly cut up losing more than SO pet 1cent of the number engaged te1mGenMalvartroublellOmcInsurgent JUDGES APPOINTED Klpven AmerliMiiiM Out of Seventeen Given the Mont Important Clr cults In the Philippine Manila Tune 17 Seventeen judges have been appointed to the courts of first instance Among these ap point ments there are 11 Americans who have hero given the most import put circuits as follows Manila Kinkaid of Texas and Odlin of New Jlampshirt1 Aparri Blount ol1 Georgia Oagupan Johnson of MJrh Igan Katangas Linebarger of Illi nois Nueva Ctieeres Ciron of Vir groin lloilo Pates of Vermont Xe gros Norris of Nebraska Cebu Car lock of Illinois Zamboanga Iclcis of Iowa and lolo Whitsett of Mis wort PENSION COMMISSIONER xCoiijrrf mtiunii S H Peters o Kansas Will lie Successor to lion II Clny Evans Topeka Kan June 17ExCon gressman S 15 Peters of Kansas Sunday received a dispatch callnn him to Washington where he will1 be tendered the office of pension com missioner succeeding H Clny loan nuden1 Coutgressmen utue and Peters for this position and Mr Peters summons to the white house settles the appoint went in his favor Killed id n Saloon Clarksvillc Tcnn June 17 Simor Greywas shot and killed by Wit Sheppard in the latters saloon iin this city Sheppard is in jail Grey was boisterous and Sheppard killed him Crook Senteneed Memphis Tenn Tune 17J W Burton alias fled Hoyle a hotel1 thief and nilround ergot knows throughout the country was given a three years sentence in the criminal1 court for burglary Mrs Ilotkln 3Iar Go Free San Francisco June lirs Dot kin who was convicted of poisoning two sisters at Uocer Ddi and want ed a IIHW trial may now go free ont account ol the exorbitant price de mantled by Delaware experts for tes tifying at the ital- Conventlon Called New York June 17 Commanding Commodore vrcdcrick E Haskins ol the National Association of Naval Vet erana has issued his call for the na tlonal convention at Cleveland Septem Hr91o14 iit 1 I Ct CCc fr frot dtGKtLFrFirrc r itrfdr0CrgrrCt f+4tiCogat Y t1Cc tu r- tY 0- r STATE NEWS PICKUPS iii I37wwrylr s rte r wwwraw w r r KENTUCKY COAL MINES 1 Kaitcnt CitiiltiillHtM Are EIIIJcuurJ- uU to Secure Control of Theni A lOUOOUOO fomulniition I Louisville Ky4 June J5 itKastern caplmlists are trying to secure eon trol of every important coal mint Tn Kentucky in order to form a 10 OUOUOO combination On next Tuesday a meetingwill ln held in Chicago when the preliminary organization will be fofmtHl It will be the idea of the cbmbtna tion to increase the output of coal ditl iit other suites r It has already secured options on several thousand acres of hind in Eastern Kentucky which contain irgin coal beds This laneI will lit developed Some of the larger mines now in operation will be op rrnted to their fullest capacity are many of the smaller OUCH will be closedl The iiifii iiaaiifieriiig the tieheme ate ultleltoud to have secured options on a number of Inrge niiiHB in the astern jtartot the state and are utter otneB8fifWheit tlie tom Jjmrv iin organised it will be capital iol at 2HKXW and lily mines iin KaKtorn Kent uekr will be j urehaxed Litter the capital stock will be increased 10 WCKtOOa und other mints 1jxirilianotl There scents to be no doubt that the comjniny will be Organized and will be able to secure a Inn IIJ mines itS it needs GRAND RIVERS The AVhole Town Sold Hy n llo tuii- Urolrtr Ror1wo Hundred 1hoti sand IJollurx Loiiisille Ky liuu HA deal1 whereby practically the entire tow of inind Rivers Ky changed lmiuln was consummated Thursday irand Ilivem is situated in Lyon county be tween the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers ItWlS built several years ago in hopes of thriving on the iron industry Two furnaces were rot Iihimrtlsy built but the boom collapsedI after the expenditure of about 2000000 The property with several thousand 1acres of lund was sold to lobo W Harrison and Edward Simons of 3 Louts for 200000 by Lawrence Blood of Boston DISASTROUS STORM Much Dnningrf titans AVroiijsht to lie Crops in the Vicinity of llup UltiMfillu Ky llopkinsvllle Ky June 10lofthe most disastrous rain and wind storms of the year passed over this and adjoining counties doing great damage to wheat which is ready 10 be harvested Much halfripened grain is flat on the ground IKarly corn was beaten into the ground Mrs Terry Sheltons stable was struck by lightning and set on lire A new barn belonging to Thomas Carter was blown down and burned rind much fine timber torn up by the roots At a store in this city Miss Ola Cayee cashier was knocked set seleys and Tom Torlan a clerk stunned by lightning IMPORTANT DECISION The Uoulile Liability of Stockhold ers IN Upheld Ily the Kentucky Court of Appeiilx Frankfort Ky Tune 15Tn CtfI mining the legality of the law im posing double liability ou stockholders in all corporations the court of ape peals Friday in the case of time Ger manAmerican Title Co t s Levy+ 1said It is clear the general assembly intended to put private corporations in this state upon the same footing and to force all existingcorporations to surrender as far as possible spe themr1by acceptance of the new con stitution t Klllott I Smith Chosen Richmond Ky JuneJ 1iElliottPOt Smith son of Dr A Wilkes Smith of this city has been selected to rep resent Central university in the inter collegiate chautauqua contest which will be held in Lexington July 4 C E Woods Appointed Richmond Ky Tune 15fr C EII Woods of this city has been selectee by lov Ueckham a delegate to represent the state of Kentucky at the Gaud Roads convention to be held at Louisville June 27 and 28 Strangled tit Ueuth Hartford Ky June 14eery Uoark son of Thomas Itoark of Mcllenry Ky while being operated un by a surgeon fur necrosis of the bone wai+ seized with a fit of vomiting and strangled to death Snved Ily the Stomach rump Covingtont Ky Tune 17 Thomas Cordet aged 2S became weary of life Sunday nun resolved to end his ex t istcnce by the morphine route After swallowing the deadly drug Corde re pentted and called for help Schmidt responded with stoma c pump and soon had Corde safe MethodlMt Conference k Lo Hodgenville Ky JuI7The i Louisville conference institute ofPi e Methodist church will convene at this place Wednesday June 19 andwiUIei continue in Region eight day i S HE EXPIRED SUDDENLY KrniilC R Earl Died AVhlle Lying In Bed Tnlktiis to I11K Wife of His lienrt Alliiieiit f Lexington J TtlnelirlChile ly iujj in bed difeiUKsing with his wife the condition of his heart wltf h hat been paining him for the post two months Frank IS Karl expired Suu day morning Mr Karl was Ol years qf age and was horn in Windom O At an early age lie went to Cincin gait where ho teat prominent in wholesale grocery circles Five years ago iu connection with Harry Lan don of Cincinnati and Leslie Creasy of Corington he established the BlfC drass Grocery Co in Central Ken tiioky and come to Lexington to man mgr the business Ills funeral will he Wednesday afternoon and the in tt riiunt will be in Lexiitgton ceme 1trey MiffijUpiomasI Sttjyeiwon of Kr InntferlJt iiUl ml 11oodeof Chlr iIottesvill i Stu andv 11iss Virginia Karl of tltir city are the daughters of the deceased i AN INJUNCTION SUIT tF IA Cable Thntl ftt ur Much Interest to Coat leii and Operator iu Krutuckr Fran k fort Kji Tune 17Th iIn jumtiori suit fhfi the St Bernard 1n1i- I Co vs Pittsburgh foal Co from Hop kinK county was argued before Jus tier Burnam of the court of appeals on a motion to reinstate time injunc tion which sought to prevent the Pittsburgh Coal Co from collecting money front nonunion miners for the tvnpornrJ by the circuit clerk of Hopkins count ty and hfdge Nnnn dissolved this got in order that the question might be taken to the court of appeals he Mated that he would grant the in junction sought amt dissolve it in the sums order One of the chttestor argued wns as to whether there was an injunction under the facts as stated and can tIm higher court take cogniance of it THE POWERS CASE His Attorney s put n Petition For t1Gdlfirntlou of DeeUlon Ile- x verNliiir the First trial Frankfort Ky Tune 15Tlte attorneys for Caleb Powers Friday morning filed before thecollttOC- a pp als their petition for a moUfica tion of the opinion handed down some tinfe ngo reversing the ease The train point presented to the court on which they ask it to reverse itself is as to the competency of the testimony of a coconspirator They again assert that such testimony is incompetent They urge that the lit tIt colloquy between Attorney Brown and Circuit Judge Cant rill in the presence of the jury was a prejudical move to their client They make many Objections to questions asked wit nesses for the prosecution anti to the ruling out of answers of witnesses for the defense They close their pe titian with an appeal for justice DISTRESSING ACCIDENT A Lad III Trouble While llttthlnjt I oiled Two JlrotherH With Hint Dotvii to Dentil Henderson Ky Tune 13A disii tressing accident occurred at a pond near this city Wednesday afternoonsin which three bright boys aged 10 13 and 15 the only children of C A McAhan a grocer were drowned The lads wire bathing when one call ed for help The other two going to his assistance were seized by the drowning boy and all went down ti- The gether bodies were recovered The parents are in a pitiable con dition with their grief Henderson lit Tune 14The fug neral of Hugh Chester and Milton the sons of Charles McAhan who were drowned Wednesday took place Thursday There were three hearses in the procession State Auditors Statement Frankfort Ky June HThomonthly statement of the state aud frog showing the condition of the states finances issued Thursday for May shows Balance in sinking fund 74829017 deficit in school fund 1712088 deficit in general expendi ture fund 47717500 leaving net bal once in treasury May 31 of 2519S9C9 Knklnx Outlaws Captured QrgoCookCreed Sol and Mart Potter all of complicityinin Letcher county were arrested on the ISellLetcIur line by Leteher coun ty officers and incarcerated in tho Whitesburg jail 1 Quarreled Over a Debt Lexington Ky lone IiAfter a s quarrel over a debt on the street Sam Forsyth Sumay shot lice times at Harry Patterson Two bullets made 1 wounds and two others went through wellht t J To SaVe iIllarus Sight 1 Lesington Ky Junei7 An effort flIi1gt mayle bypr horfonof this city to sots the eyesight of Albert Lillard son of Warden Eph LUIard afhbo i S r t r r I f r lo ttr r e i r i t mss f t AMINTINMANILANeit I Open One for the Coining of Philippine Silver ALSO TO ESTABLISH A SOBTBEASDEY The War Department Purposes to Es tablish a Sort of a Clcariu House in That City Great Difficulty Knconntered Among Officer niiil Others In Olitnln- Ingr Money on Ltiltcil States Drnttn am Check Washington June 181hl war de partment is endeavoring to reach an arrangement with the treasury de partment which will avoid as far av possible the dillienities now encoun tered by army officers anti civilian employes in the Philippines in ob fairing money on InStetl SUites drafts and cheeks Gen Pates of the pay corps nfler consulting thes gtonirer Jordan about the matter I u der present conditions the checks drawn by unity officers or civilian otlicers in the Philippines are notc cashed in New York unless the lust1 sabtreasuryIfclearing1 horse they arc paid It iis proposed to organize a sort of clearing house in Manila by which all checks and drafts may be endorsed1 by the civil treasurer at Manila and his signature considered valid in New York At present the tfhief paymaster in Manila keeps on hand from a mil lion to n million and a half in cur rency with a guard of soldiers This money is stacked in a small room and the paymaster is personally re I sponsible for it Commissary and1I quartermasters experience the same difficulty as paymasters and while they do not keep as much rush on hand as the pay department it i 5 more currency than the officers care lo bo responsible for An official of the war department who hAS given the question a grew t deal of study Kays that the nta t congress will be ticked to establishl n siibtreasury at Manila and to open a mint there for the coining of Philippine silver FIRE IN BUFFALO N Y I Two Elevator One Large Flour Mill Ticket Otllee tutu Part of u PocIC Deittrnyeil Buffalo N Y Tune IS A fire ivhioh started on the dock at tho foot of Ferry streett on the Niagara river front at 30 oclock Tuesday morn iiig destroyed two elevators one large flour jnill the ticket office and J apart of the dock of the International Ferry Co which runs the ferryboatsI plyingI between HiitVnlo and the vii lage of Fort Erie The total loss willl be in the neighborhood of 210000 e divided as follows Frontier elevator 10000 Ryan elevator S7 000 Queen City mill 100 000 The fire was a hard one for the de partment to get at The mills and1 docks are on a narrow strip of lintl forming a part of Squaw island The wooden suing bridge connecting the mainland TO the docks was destroyer1 soon after the tire was started The fire tug was sent down the canal from the upper harbor but everything within reach of the llamas but the dock had been destroyed before th- iircboat e arrived A RELIC OF THE WAR Lat DUpntch Written Hy StoiievrnllJ- acICHon to Gen Let llefore the ClinncellorMvllle Hnttle llagerstown Md June 1SMrs Ja cob Dellinger found among sonic old papers in a trunk at her home near Williamsport this county a copy o Inf the last dispatch written by Stonewall Jackson to OlnLee before the battle of Chancellorsville The dis 33tcpatch is dated May 2 1SG3 at oclock p m and states that the enemy has made a stand at Chancellors vine and expresses the belief that a kind providence will bless us with i4tleeess The dispatch is iglltcIhr J Jackson It is supposed that the paper was left at Mr Dellingers house which was occupied as a hospital during the war by the confederate soldiers PROBABLY ALL DROWNED I Almoxt Certain That the Kluhltipr Schooner White WInK With Crew of IJO tins Gone to Ilottom Tacoma Wash June ISIt is alt most certain that the fishing schooner White Wing Capt John Johnson owned by the Icy Strait Packing Co has gone to the bottom with the crew 1feO somewhere between the north Ctid of Vancouver island and Moresby island The schooner sailed from Seattle just a month ago and hasj not been reported since Aim I rerun ry of the 1eu1ln Siege TienTsui Tune IS Monday being the anniversary of the beginning oft the siegu of TienTriii the latHe tMoiuXv decorated the graves of the soidiers of alt nationalities Transport 1cniiitylvnnla Arrives Sandra ncisco tune ISThl trans port iennsylvania rhetlI Monday t otlicesni1lautTi1 ri eY tft 1p IN MEXICO 4 i Mormon Aceiit Aski For it Coiircn rlon Jur SettllnJ 1IIU llornun SonoraoI Mexico City June iA Mormon agent James M Cannon iis here for the purpose of securing from the government a concession for settling a thousand Mormon families in So nora on the lands front which the Ynqui Indians have been driven Mr Cannon sityx We believe that if suitable tracts of land are placed at our tMsposal iin the Yaqui country wt will do much In this country in the interest of peace for the Mormon church hns fared the IIndian problem almost since its organization We require no rifles in our inn a agennMit of the red brother and are always instilling it into his mind thai we are his friends and not his foes If the concession is obtained a cum missioner will be sent at Duce into the Yaqui territory by the Mormon church for the purpose of ascertain ing the attitude of the Indians and1 if peaceful a contract will be read e IUlIIuncrs purchased from the Yaquis UNDER ARREST W G Ciimiliell or California IIn the TollN in Cincinnati Charged IVIIh rage Strliiillr qrtlrCall1phelJCal iis under arrest at Central station con the charge of being a fugitive fromitjustice lie is being held until an of licer can conic mill taklhim to Chi cago where it iis charged that there 1are indictments against him fur for gees nile obtaining money under mist pretenses The arrest was made Monday after noon on complaint of llaymond It urea an author living in the Glen rocs on Mt Auburn He claims that Campbell swindled him out of 150 000 Carew also claims that CampbellI swindled several friends out of 100 OOn Another broker was swindled out of WOOOOO amt men lik t Phil Armour and taco 1iillman were according to Mr Carcws story made victims of Campbell All the money was obtained by nmpbell so it is claimed by Carew through a forgedeontrnct with the iinventor of a patent to smelt ore b electricity CHICAGO MACHINISTS PUe lore IlniitM Have ISITecteil Set tlenientx With the Mm MiiUliii Over a Klriitx In All HiJeago June 16L Setiltiiuiit i i wjth striking machinist yvlnj 4ij5ietI Monday with five plants of loval inn iifnrtururs making a total rjClVlI 70 Chicago plants in which the s lrik ers have won the tight imiugural1 through the general strike of ttur weeks ago Under the terms of set tlement the strikers returned tII work Tuesday at all five shops Inn lag been granted the ninehour Iln wagelZ paid per guy lr sys i tern recently abandoned All of the firms that settlid Monday have mcmbershps in theiOhieaito Machinery Manufacturers associa tion two also being represented in the National Metal Trades ajaoM tion the organization of employers in time foundry trades Out o tli original 2300 involved in the l cal machinists strike only IWIO are nun out of work EXGOV PINGREES CONDITION There In Continued A i rehennloii nl the StrottceMt Drugs hues failed to heck the Mnlaily London June IS Ivpv 1ingreos physician left him at midnight Mon day night There is continued apprehension as to hs condition The strongest drugs have tilled to cheek the dysentery and the only hopefuls 1 mptom isthllt tjie patient istnablejl freely to pnrtJike of nourish Iii alI fl Al A tcirr tLL n nilnnie Anjiele ilIntrla l nioWta Dciicenilant of the Comlcaii Pa I triot Gen Paoll Dead Washington June IS Madame AnIgele dlstria Lncosta who was a descendant of the famous Corsican patriot Gen 1aoli died here Monday aged 81I She had resided in this coun try for the past 12 years and at the time of her death was living with her daughter Marie dlstria Laeosta who is a writer of some prominence lacII tune Lacostas oldest sister was the famous Josephine dlstria the god daughter of the Empress losephinlii IMxhermeir Strike Prohahle Vancouver IL C Tune ISTht sal mon canners anti the fishermen of the Fraxer river are now at n dead lock and another fishermans strike on practically the same grounds as last summer seems inevitable Forty nine canneries representing an ng1 gregate output of GOOOOO cases would1 be affected by a strike =Chief Klnckhorn Shot Pendleton Ore Jinoj 1SA report 1113 cone to 1endlcton that IMaclc Horn one of the two Umatilla In dians Avho attempted to shout Chief of the Indian Police Hryshow Saturday night on the reservation whit e as taking them into custody has 111tt shut by the pursuing party THREE DIPLOMATS I F B Loomis Appointed as 3linis o ter to Portugal Vice Total M1 Inving Resigned fill IS NOW IN EXGLffiD ON LEAVE f lis jlank Will Be the Sameas 3Iiu ister to 1eucxuPla But itsalaryt i Less 1 Itcrinnii AV llowman linn Ileen SC i leeliMl JIM llliilntcr to Vcneaiuela nod ltojil U Jioni Mitt INlrtr tit tcrICHl VKishiiigton June 1She presi lent Monday rppointed the ih + nges in the diplomatic service F U Loomis minister to Venezuela to 1oe minister to Portugal vice John W It wIng resigned Herman W Hon ininfster to Persia to be minister to Venezuela Lloyd C Jriseom first sec retary of tilt legation at Constanti aople to Ue minister to Persia Ily his transfer front Venezuela to Portugal Minister loomis loses 52500 a year He is now on leave in England Iris actual rank will be the anent namely minister extraor limos rust envoy plenipotentiary Herbert W Power who become the new minister at Yenexuela has most creditable record in the coo table suit diplomatic service He be aihe United States consul at lures iona in 1SOO and was raised to the rank of consul general five years afterward Mr bower stud to his oust through the exciting days pre ceding the SpanishAmerican war none us any American could have found safety on Spanish soil At the Conclusion of the war he was about to return to his old post but instead urns appointed minister resident and consul general to Persia Lloyd Jriseom has had a short but brilliant career as first secretary qf legation at Constantinople He has discharged his full italics of a minis ter at that important Capital for sevr eral yeanviuitf if thCj American mis sion cliims host been successfully adjusted at last a large part of the TICyreceives in his new capacity a salary af 5000 a year He is n son of the presid nt fjhe Atiftfrluan steainshtp tin coinpI ny TWO FATAL FIRES I i I FtI fZISrn IerMotiH lliirncil to 1entlifwd One Su MnVlJy linrued flint He whelp qt Live UncIiviiver aged 7 wn sulTncatod lo jjcit h Monday while attempting toe p nll froni a bjiming building at 730 West Mulberry street and Kobert Bircheft another old ruin lies in thus hospitalI M gritty burned that his Thetslice was caused by the explosion of Jtraroline which an occupant of the first floor of the house was pouring from ors receptjiele into another Actt rocked a lighted lamp from n bureau in the second story of n I double wooden house near the PalI timore and Ohio railroad stationvai SJ Denis Md lol1liaulidl lyeaf arY asleep in one of the rooms was burn ed to death I IN THE NAVAL CEMETERY The Knneral o Comiiiniiiler CharleH- Hclknny Who Died 01 Illood- PoliioiiliiK Salnrday Annapolis Mil June ISThufn neral of Commander Charles Relknap 1 S N who died on Saturday of blood poisoning in the tensor Protest ant infirmary Haltiniore was helot Monday at St Annes Protestant Ipis eopalI church The services were ron I duetcjl by the rector Ilev Jos 1P Me Comas The honorary pallltcarcra were mmander Wainright Capt Cook ut Commander Parker Capt hntrt let lEngineer Kirby Surgeon Wal i nUll Prof Nif Terry The bur took place in the naval cemetery To Ahollnh the Xntloiinl ntnrdn Honolulu Jane 7 via San Francisco inathe legislature returned a report today recommending the entire abolition of the national guard The re port suggested that the military paraphernalia be put aboard a scow towed out to scaand lumped over hoard Fatal Unnrrel Over Cattle Harrison Neb lane 15James Force of Andrews Nebshot and plllclduringl belonging to Force whioh he claimed Kussell lull shut up Force at once irave himself up and was placed in jail Lyon time 111 lie Inceil Race Irstonlune IS Stinson won the 30mile motor paced tact at Charles Kiu r park Monday k Nelson was throxvn early in the race liming at Itint time broken five worlds Coin pot it iyn records Michael was two miles behind Sfinson at the finish Stinsons lime was ISryO li iitnher Plants Combine Fagiiniw Mich Tune lSJour o tfilargest planing mills box fac tories and lumber manufacturers of the Saginaw liver valley are to form 1 combine capitalized at 1000000 o be known as the Mershon Schuctte parker Co Xhl7nl company will ibegin operations July T- k A FERRY BOAT SUNK Irhr Vortlillel1 Loaded With People Hammed hy the Slinidi Chunk lit Xeir fork New York June 15The w otdrn sideuheeler Xorthfield which hat been in the service of the Staten Island Ferry Co for the past BS years was rammed by thsteulhulled propeller ltlli IPhllllluitrJas a ferry boat by the Central raW road of Xew Jersey The collision lslntillferrystreeitl anti in less that 20 minutes afterwards the Northfield which had a crowd of passengers estimated at outerf4endwhichNavaspassengers who were aboard of her Over a hundred of the passengers of rraggedloby people along tIriver tugs which promptly responded to the testy hoots call for help A few of the Xorthfielda Ipassengers were hurt in the accident and the police believeI that some lives were lostCapt Daniel Gully of the tugboat hoatsItogether says that immediately after the collision between 25 and wO- of the passengers leaped into the water mId that many of those perish ed Capt Gully also declares that he Is sure over 100 of the XorthfieldV puscngers captwinstyresearlyclined to think that the disaster was not as serious in regard to loss of life Thus far no dead bodies have been recovered While the North field was well sup plied with life prservers whet were nto veil in an out of the way place not more than two dozen of the en dangered passengers were able to get the life belts on Capt Abraham Johnson of the Northfield was arrested about mitt negligenceWas arraigned Saturday ttON THE SAME L1 GALLOWS Five Colored Urn Convicted of Mar GnpcIT Xo uttJnltftrlnIItL Sylvanta ja June 15Jhl hang galliv5the end of what iis thought to hav Icnpn orgajiizedgajig of miirderMs lIt ArnoldItst AugusUi5 AndrovV Davis Richard hailer Win HmUon and Sam PaM 1tnil Negroes The victims of tin it tjrlmp were Constable Mears nut Fillmore llarrfngton whom they ain l bu tYltdeIjhet execution was stronglygiard ed Tjy the local military on a rumor byNegroescondemned but there was no dis anyThe ade being surrounded by a strong cordon of troops FIVE ENGLISH CITIES The InnnlatloitM of Liverpool Manchester Ulrminkhnn Leeds anti Sheffield Untie Known London June 1LA preliminary census volume just issued gives the population of the five largest cities of Kngland exclusive of London nli follows Liverpool 634947 Manchester 5U 96J rirmingham 522152 Leeds 423 955 Sheflield 80717 The total number of males in Kn gland and Wales is 15721728 of females 10804347 men sening abroad in the army navy and merchant marine being excluded THE ELECTORAL LAW It Itl Prohahle That the Atmtpnllnn- Syittciii Will He Adopted by the Cnhan Convention Ifavana rune 13 Senors Brava layashavetutional convention a committee to draw up the electoral law It is probable that the Australian system will be arlsbasis MliilMter ItniiUrnpt Nashville tents June 15Ur II A Young a prominent Methodist min bmkrupfcinclerks olllee here His liabilities are placed at 21G30 and the assets at 52u38GO XilxMon In Purls Copenhagen tune 13 Christine Nilsson is not as reported by a nes GothenbnrgbutgreatsingertuneShe suffers from rheumatism and influenza Handed Uy n Mob Athens Ala Tune 17Joe Harris a Negro wins hanged by a mob in the northern part of this Limestone county Harris was suspected of burning the barn of the farmer for bef HattlcMhlp llilnolH 15Thehattlethipyard after a remarkable run down the coast during which she mcJe au iotasndenatural =RELIABLE jyeL B BREVARD I L r c i Has a Superior Stockof the best makes ofAll ONjE tPRICEmarket justifies 1 ALL GOODS 6UARANTBBD AS REPRESENTED8 ROOFING A SPECIALTY q I 1nxA1 B i g 1jIUK ICBMANeKENTUCKY Capital Stock paid iin 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 General u iberalTermActs1 ut Manufacturers respectfully solicited q o f The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Pat Door Safe I s Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars o- RT TYLER S CaebleeLS AMBEBG Aast Cabior HIOKMAN WAGON CO VAHDFA rrt7CER OP TilE CELKBRATKB tOEKA WAGONSJ j HLaxMAN KENTUOKYf HflUTWOIHUHHI RESTORED Tilt weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles SSaria vigor 1 energy rg THEY NEVER FAIL No matter how hopeless the case svr m Astonishing and quick re- nlta ThlrauUlthe Nerve Bran and Blood with the molt power i UtI E Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital Its naturally and Hnrua TabQtSakullul product of the latest most pennanentlvy and learned research In thoclasafena a everv time used TheY beets at the neat of the Hiycasei and act on tha User Kidney and BowIc1e Sfngtheentie IiemfioutlmpurltlesWEAK YENand at the sumo time tonic up every par of it iHB WOMEN strong and ro ustwranUeout Lost They Man sarel sod and IfIItJOtencv Night ues Verlcocele bad effectp of Tobaec and Wllllke7 I Tlrrd Pee11nl Sleepleuness Nervous Debility 1Ureltle Constlatio Dizziness Vortlp St Vltu Dana Nervous Nedche BackacheTreooblleg Nulabaess Lest Power and allauch hticatcaofthorent o arts Prevent Paralysis and Consumption WeaK Women them should a swill J bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Paces odd pleasure to life We could sire Thou and of Testimonial but your best way its to try them We refund the money it a euro 1Itl not nftcctcd Try them and if you want It you ran have your money back Just for the asking Price 50c a box of ten days treatment fi bnxe SiM Securely sealed 1y mall Postage torn px taken lama a1I cash Adlreu THE KEBVO REMEDY C0n 388 Wet Jeflersoa 8U Low vino Xy Sole Agents for the United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgill tf ILaw Rats to Texas At frequent intervals during 1901 round trip tickets will be sold via the ttn Belt Route lJ jfj om Cairo and Memphis to points IIt I V Arkansas Louis ha Teas and LL Indian and Okla 1 77 jOima Territories faf greatly reduced l t ItatDs tfti fell ut wherryou want to 50 also i whtn you weruM like to leave and we c yvlll tell you sheet you can segue one ti of the tow tate tickets and what It wilt Cost We will also send you a complete sehsduJe fer the trip and an interesting ante bock A Trip to Texts f f iiMABiIl L p leM Ill tJ 1 1 1 1 W UKIWE G P an A5t huls k Leaves Chicago at 630 pa mdailytvia THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAULbArrives StNAILWAYtPaul at 750 am I a MinntapolIsataSOa m TIM Only Pirfict Train iin tkt WtrU m tt t iiY i- r 1 l T a D t I r LVifwili Find a Way and having found a way tho home will be the next thought This is where we meet on half way i HOURSiI NOME COMPLETELY t- I from top to bottom and pu the eas t lest terms to you The very best Furniture tho latest and daintiestwith all tho sensible tables chairs and cupboards 4 to make your home all it ought to Iut UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT Tlie TJnUertakers Department is up stairs where we keep a complete line of Caskets Coffins Burial Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives up stairs over the store where he can be foil nil any time day or night MORRIS T PIIILLIPS r- 1r SHORT STEM 1 t BARgAINS s Take down your dictionary and see what Webster calls a bargain He Says+ its a gainful and satisfactory transaction According to that our wholk store must be made iiiVlV6f Websterr f Bargains 0 Wash Goods rr 2 4 The prices have been punc I tured on almost every piece of Wash Goods l2ic Dimities and LawnsNow lOc lOc Dimities andr LawnsNow 8c 8c Dimities and Lawns Now 5c Good PearlButtonsPer 5c Good Bicyclb Hose Per pr lOc r Good Linen IIdkfs Each 5cv 125 Mercerized Um brella Now 95c New Line Prints Per Yd 3l2c1 r All who are not iri love with Alosquitosfplipulci see our ready made Bats SaturdayfQr Abergs fJURY MONEY Circuit Clark Morris has received a statingthatsary country unti1 July send it al- an early day thereafter I IU S RECRUITS The following young men havoen UiSof the Hicknan recruiting station Andrew J Guthrie Thomas Thomason Harry E Patch Samuel Sullivan + Council E Mooney William H Steph ensoriJt 4 1 r 1 IItII 9 that King Edward is very t over the recent suppression of William PeopleJThe King says ho is content to leave himself in the hands of the public and g has given exploit orders to prevent the further suppression of publications German American Paper Joseph Bruckerjwhofor many years has been tho managing editor of the I Illinois StaatsZietung left Chicago re cently Yon Berlin where ho will estab I lish a German anjournalof commerce under the name of Columbia Thenew paper will be devoted to th interests of American manufacturers I and exporters who are seeking a lager r l market in Germany l Perfectly Welcene theretporter if you are going to allow sh waist men to cat in your dining cars I My dear boy suid the genial ra way magnate I will leave i to syoar sell if you think it time for quibbling do1tot diat JnD4i r jl 2 t- iYiY R G CORSETS rI r jam M NEVER STRETCH r J i I ODORLESS ONIONS An odorless onion has made its ape pearancc oil the Ohicago market It is grown in Florida and possesses all the r onion flavor without the disagreeable odor ifJ SEEtitheGenuinePhotosc ELOQUENCEI act ern Eloquence soon to be published by ReedisasassociateHaleJohnSenator dlantaHarper MrClarkIBig iRaandJJimities DECISIU1e decidedthatacountythecontractofKentuckyatthesamepricccother States totoompaays comtl School superiBteadeat should look afterthese thiigB area be certain ttia the hoeliookYi1PIw1Uall the details in tt faet lay I fleld Yessenger d j f7 1 i ci ifFI I J e = I CUT PRICE SALE FurnishingII Goods to DePgttmeut EvervU K in this line mustis muMUNDERWEAR PANTS HATS- SUSPENDERS Hosiery J 4J4 25C UNDERSHIRTS GOING FOR ONLY 19 35C UNDERSHtTS and DRAWERS for fjf 27 50C i t 39 10 cent Sox for l 1t 10 cent Ladies and Misses Hose forI = == = = 25c Suspenders for j 19c50c41c50c= = = 50c Negligee Shirts wIUdwo 41c 39c5Oc39cBoys2 Mens Worsted and Cassimere Pants 165250 198DOC39 Scrivens Elastic Seam borderedHandkerchiefs goatbe sold Sale begins today and will continue NIuntil August 15th d 901 Terms Cash RICE ft ITATLOR S OE STO- TL ElE J=lr= = COMEUP STAIRS Having leased my dryi goods store to Roper Bros I have moved my stockup stalls over the grocery loom opposite Dr Davidsons DentalJparlor where I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder of mvanything in this line very cheap H BUCkANAlT LEDFORD HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Qlleensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement WWe carry everything usually found in firstclass Grocery and no- L IIwpains will be spared toplease our customers Our motto isuUOOD GOODS at FUR PREGE3 Try ua Clinton Street Tel hone G 1Goods Promptly Delivered NEW AND GOOD RULING The supreme court has ruled that perdaythereof It has been customary for judges to allow jurors an extra days pay when they stay out all night In discussing a case Under the ruling now made if they are out but ten minutes they get their days pay but if the confljune the entire twentyfour lion rs they would get the same amount It seems that ruling ought surely have son7etfect on hanging of jurors It is said that the same decision wit allow only two dollars for an electio- ay and night of twentyfour hours for two days as heretofore This is as it should be Two dolls per day means 24 hours Mayfiold Mes senger You may as well expect to run steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he doesnt relish his food orI feels dull and languid after eating oftIen has headeache and sometimes dizzi ness A few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions renew his vitality improve his digestion and make him feel like new man Price 25 cents Sample free at Cowgills drug store Buy your Goods at Ellisons and get Dinner Set free OJu1oos I I I I f CI U t Q 5 c + t rt n + c I 1 q 0 I a L i I l I I a a i a i a J ro q Tinner Here Mr O IE Smith the tinner thor ouglily competent and skilled is no- R w with B Brevard Roofing and and all kinds of Tm Work Give him a- I call R B BRKVARD Political Pointers YThe committee on foreign relations ought to have at its head a conserva five level headed cautious man who will try to patch up quarrels instead of picking themAlbany Argus gentlemenn rho are already being as sndJdates for the presidency in 190 1 prettrsY permitsmoothted to stay in the public eye from now until that timeBoston Herald There will be 476 members of thej next electoral college an increase of 16 good result of thus increase will bit lOne believed to remove New York furU3 ther from its former position as a pivotal state and thereby distribute the ex citement of the election more evenly over the country Worcester Spy A Terrible E ple tea Of a gasoline stove 1edja laoy frightfully writes N E Palmer oI Jtirkman la Thee best doctors coal dl ROt heal the running sore that followed fiat Bncklens Arnim Salve entire ly edher7r Infallibfe fpr Cuts Corns gorea + BoilgSh Skfc Diseases an d Pilee2 at CowgiU7Cpwgiirs S nil tea tT tlY- lS t- l 1 J ITO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED ORj MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE StLouisefforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention ManufacturingSites andtheoverycountjpassTherequests all who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to iviugIaskellIpropose to aid in selling land to im mirants at exorbitant or speculative pricesLarge tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J li KILLEBREW entIIManagerNASHVILLE TENN Every nienHatsAMIiERCiS I S We make Under taking an important branch of our bust ness one that re Ilis its is kindJ 1preparedi 1 cFIRST STEPHENS 14 Buggiestofor the big and the little the rich and the poor We prices i reach of everybody E E REEVES CO- Hickman Ky The Lee Line steamers new schedule taking effect oil the 25th this month will run three weekly St Louis and Memphis They will the Rees Peters and Georgia Lee Mr A L Beadles of Moscow Ky Clemmie Stephens of Prote parental objections being on ace out age j I The Courier Journal the sale the Grand Rivers property between the Cumberland and Rivers m Livingston County much to the State The property embraces iron ore timber and coal lands and is very vat 1 prohibitedbythere is nothing Egyptian about Egypt ian cigarettes except they are made or Italy and of the employed is Umbrellas 95c j AMBERGS syndicatehaJpropertyhasexpect to put two furnaces iin operation and to a wirenail fac wesame ji j John Alexander Dowio the Zionist 1 declares the Chicago phy kidnaphim Ii He still proclaims himself to be Elijah reincarnated aud says that he is i 1 Its funny the law should ire I l I sumo that know the law when it is j a matter of the commonest knowledge lawyers disagree and judges reverse e i each other Nevertheless ignorance tho law on the of a layman is no i excuse iJ r utsri YeFn 4aWL TLe Heathen Cliincc t tt China should be excused ifor f beingi ii i i promiscthatsalmtion nalThere auiongdiplomats andtryWashingtonThe Chinese did not want the indemnity made quite so large but what can dowlllheOhintSclivcsi audlUntsirsway there sort of estimate is romideamong natives of Cnthoy Dtiluth Herald fromMah1tuas follows violent liuititqrin is the seven miles west of here this Ii is said that the wagon road was covered with hailstones huh deep to a wItUlmMust have bean ono of thosn wagons thnt you read about in fairy Mr Bryans suggestion that Justice Jlarlau would bo a suitable candidate for tho presidency though made in a vain of sarcasm has some merit That Justice Harlan is a Republican with Democratic principles not matter the principles for more than the man The great objection to such a candidate lies iii tho fact that more thoIr r li J UNDERTAKING f can conceive an undertaking establishment that a model of Every proper accessoryevery feature contained therein that r and can preserve a body for any long th of time jr a SMITH J 1i l have that ai of steamers between be and Miss CitySundayof says of Tennessee means nableTobacco that fromTurkevmany most labor Greek- Mercerized iron erect as bought time leader that im mortal that we that of part gnuIt This A reported front hills evening taIlS does count jI AnniellortonJ i instncontinue to bo tho recipients of con anddeservedlyesteemed by all who know them Little moroblesslClProf Broadhead Because my son if you permit yourself to receive you are compelled togive about three times as express wmbe s ADIBERUSIi Ladies should take off their hats in church says an exchangee No sermon can inspire a min who is looking into a lopsided aggregation of dead birds ribbonbeadscorn tassels and thistle down Itmakes a sinner feel lost in the wilder nessi In these days of cheap literature when the masterpieces of the great writers can be had forl It is interest theCountess onloadoneloadwritten by a German monk Col Chas Denby of Evansville former f Minister China j 1lionave a knowledge of the Chinese lan + guage and literature equaled by few persons in this country Ho speaks the1 higher sort of Chinese dialects almost as- a native and reads the language quite as well as he does English Major J W Thomas Prest N C Jk St Louis and wife Mrs W L RailwaYiNichol rs Ernest Pillow Mr and Mrs Granberry and Major Settle of Nashville constituting a house party arrived in Hickman Thursday visiting Capt II A Tyler at his suburban home s Complete arrangements have been made for the Good Roads State Con vention to be hold in Louisville Juno 27 and 28 As Joy Bcckham by proc F lamation has asked the County Judges verylarltorailroads within 200 miles of Louisville will give a one tare rate to the conven tion so the trip can be made at the = least expense The conventions held elsewhere in the South havo drawn large crowdsj delegate