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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 +L + sM 7 F f t h i r f7 TJJJ A 0 liiJGOURrEILT7j T7 f 1J J OLDEST NEWSPAPER EST W1 S1ERN KENTUCKYt h IIt iiJlF ESTABLISHED 1859 HICMAN FULTON COUNTY 1J JUNE 28 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 3 1 oi- AGreat I Summer 1 Selling Eventuun EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS TO STIMULATE BUSINESS AND i KEEP SELLING BRISK Lo A MERCILESS SLAUGHTER OF ALL SUMMER GOODS Thousands of yards of Colored Wash Goods Lawns White Goods Shirtings Table Linens Embroideries Laces Ribbon- In fact anyand everything you maynecd or can use now at I a mere trifle in comparison to their worth I I JIIIr j I THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU MAY HAVE BEEN WAITING FORDONT MISS I- TSEAW j Local and Personal liG D Corsets in all styles at SHAWS The Ky Court of Appeals has ad journed and will not meet again until Sept 1st We are agents for the best Laundry in Western Kentucky Wiil save you 25 per cent on Collars and Cuffs Shoe Store RICE iBAYLOR Hon W J Bryan will upeak at Un ion City Tenn July 11 The Fulton Leader has put in a lerJJ eenthalor typesetting machine JI Tom Underwood and Miss Annie I Sloan a young couple from Moscow were married at Union City Monday Another physician has discovered a sure cure for tuberculosis Though no credited the report is happilly reassur ingNow corporationspropose gootimed Although it is heralded beforehand that this country will be flooded with money next month no one seems to be taking to the high places Mr and Mrs Chas F Baltzer re 1 turned hone Wednesday morning af ter an extended trip to Buffalo andIi other Eaatera pointsrh iv t- t The case of Ellis Glenn who for years passed as a man was called at Parkers burg W Va yesterday to answer a charge of forgery but the trial was postponed I until July 3 It is claimed that her identity has at last been discovered Cunningham11cr j said was for the purpose of defraud jug an insurance company c j Mrs Sallie Kerlin wife of 013 Ker lin postmaster and druggist at Jordan died Wednesday the 19th of neuralgia of the heart Mrs Kerlin was a daugh ter of the late Dr Paul Jones of Mem phis She was united in marriage about 15 years ago to Mr Kerhn at Woodland I j Mills Two sons are left with the hus band to sustain the loss of their best friend Mrs Kerlin was a member of the Christian Church a devoted faith tul consecrated Christian wife and mo ther Elder John U Williams conduct ed the funeral which took place on the 25th at Mt Zion Church tON TAXABLE PROPERTY The following is the assessed and 1 equalized value of taxable property 1 and the amount of taxes due for Ful ton county this year Assessed value f 1 3232030 equalized value 83393810 amount of tax 1GJ200 j Prof J C Cheek and family move to Fulton next week jvhereihbwniias insttfatei thgoode i j 0 n i IWffrii J A l j The proclamation establishing civil government in tho Philippines has been issued Hon Wm H Taft of Cincin nati lato a United States district judge and judge of the circuit court of ap peals son of an attorney general of the United States hud president of the Philippine commission has been appointed civil governor and will relieve the mili tary governor of all his civil duties 1 Shoe Boxes in front of our store will be filled with bargains next SaturdayII KiugEdward I in Christian science but it is a tact reported I in a Boston paper that the Earl and Countess of Dunmore of the no bility of England with their daughters and a number of English ladies and gentlemen are at a hotel in Boston toI attend the annual commission of th Christian Science church which is t I I take place July 7 nl givefree UISnightjr I go from here to Louisville andtIIj1 from thence to an encampment near Atlanta Ga Andrew J GdthrioThos Thomasson Harry Patch Samuel Sul I livan Council Mooney William Steph McMurryErnestfI The recruiting officer will return to Ilickman in about G weeks and wei learn that there are quitea numberr hereabouts who desircto enlist 1 iJ f 5 1 GREAT r1 1 F 14a CUT PRICE SALE tt- i 2 tr THE TOPS ARE CUT 1FJ r From all prices throughout the storeand the cut ranges from onefourth down to onethird off ordinary figures There is no de crease in VALUES but an enormorfs shrinkage in the SELLING 1 PRICKS Note those ri chaseleesww LAWNS and 10 cents worth 10 and 15 cents 1 DIMITIES 10 1eents worth 15 and 25 cents 1II1 SH DIMI I TY 1 5 Mid 20 cents worth120 and 25 cents i SILKI GlI N HAMS 25 centS worth 35 cents 7 Just received a nice hold or Moreerizo Chambray which I am selling very cheap A good lot of Ladies and Childrens Slippers at cost Meii5t Laundered Shirts at anepnt4 worth GOc i L D SIMMONS 1 i BUCHANANS OLD STAN D I 11 IrJ TO A troll MINE i jjA ago Danifcl Johnson and I WilliarnfEdgorton acoidoutly discovered It l Turine in the hills close to the oldOmine Kays a Phoenix I A 1J dC lltto the Philadelphia limes They ire sitting under a tree when Johztsousback pickTohlL IalesnrkFcsteuthatll has produced gold assayed at 1 200 jer lot They have refused S40 000 for the claim Ct DOWIE SURE Hc IId ELIJAH I According to the latest issue or Leaves of Healing John Alexander Dowies pub lication he was not sure ho was Elijah when ho announced that fact from the platform of the Auditorium in Chica go a few days ago So he called a meeting of the elders overseers deaconesses and deacons recently His story of the conference says 251 were present and that ho talked to them four and a half honrs Thou he took a ballot to see whether ho was Elijah or not and found out he was by a vote of 249 to 5 says a jIi New York Tunes These five refused to make the vote unanimous and two of them Elders Inouye and Kitano j I whom Dowie hind fixed up as tho heads of his sect in thoir native country Ja pan ark expelled The others are on probation Dowie emphasizes that now that ho has boon elected Elijah by his followers he no longer speaks by permission of God but by the fulljauthority of a com plete divine commission lie say ho will live until Josus Christ returns to earth to restore all thing WHAT IT COSTS TO BE AN AMBASSADOR I Unlike other governments ours makes no extra allowance for the living ex ponses of its representatives Thus it is that many times an important foreign mission has been declinedfor finan cial reasonsby the able statesman to whom it was proffered If one accepts dutyboundhis predecessors and this usually means that ho must have a large private fortune to draw upon There have been a few instances where such positions have been held by men unable to maintain great establishments but who have unwisely attempted it by incur ring obligations which they could nott meet thus bringing themselves and their government to humiliation Di plomatic agents are without the pale of the common law of the countries where they are stationed and if bills are left unpaid creditors have absolutely no recourse advantagoa it is then understood that ho has no spe cial obligations In a social way If he be personally popular he will be over whelmed with invitations but need never issue any in return except to such small parties of friends as he may care to entertain in Ins chambers or at a rest itaurant In most of tho diplanati- cors however are married men fo their governments know that upon the social administration by the mistress of the household depends in no small part the success of the official side of the residency DID YOU EVER SEE A Platino Photo liosedale makes tli flnishePhotosa OfJ j REDEEMING STAMPS Tho Government proposes to redeem all unused revenue stamps tho legal re quirement for which ceases on July 1 For individuals to attempt to make such collection involves details which makes it exceedingly troublesome and hence it is best to take such stamps to the bank or other agencies from which they were purchased and Ietthe bank have thQraroUflemiid iuhts own name t 0 t d ic LEGISLATIVE RACE The CouniER is asked to correct a publication as to tho Legislative primary hold in Cayco precinct The Couriers statement was that both sides had mane affidavits in about equal numbers as to the result of said primary Whereas it appears that the Flatt supporters JO in number signed certificate not making oath and the Ayres men 43 each sub scribed under oath This of course gives Ayres a clear majority of 3 TWO IIULKUS OP MEX It is a peculiar fact that the Emperor Iof China and the Viceroy of India taken together govern more than half the population of the world h Mr Bryan takes occasion to send ou an early dental of tho report that ho iisi partyPerhapsso vociferously declaring that Mr Bryan would not again seek the Democratic nomination for President have been reckoning without their host or basing their predictions on their hopes rather than on their knowledge of the Nebraskans intentions HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST- in Photographs If not call at Rose dales Photo Gallary 972 COUNTIESDRYt Fifty counties offAlabama fifty of Arkansas thirty of Florida 183 of eorygia ninety of Kentucky twenty of Louisiana fifteen of Maryland eighty four of Missouri sixty of North Caroli na forty of West Virginia seventy of Tennessee 120 of Texas and fiftyfive counties of Virginia have adopted temperance regulations which prohibit the sale at retail of liquor within their ter 1 ritory save on medical prescriptions 1 ptHpvr YoikjSun r Dldat Marry For Money The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings New 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 completein 2 that of any other newspaper The magazine section is illustrated in halft ms more high class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines The fashions illustrated in natural colors are especially valuable to the ladies genuinelaughby the best artists The humorist stories are high class by authors of na tional reputation songifRepublic The price of The Sunday Republic by mail one year is 200 For sale by all t newsdealers At SHAWSWill Siall You 1 G 0 I E bei4 fore you buy anything w t t 4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED FreerIWith each cash purchase ofSlOO SONSo i TTt ft sr T T T T T Lt 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN it H HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JUNE 23 1901 Ballraad Time Tablet i N OStL R R LEAVES AKIUVESr Train No 63 at 955 p m I Train Uo 62 74C L- tratoNo9at205pmi Train No 4 140 Ii ci Have You Noticed I The amount of flue Bug zie and1 Harness that E E Reeves Co have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and seo yobuthis stosk of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so everythinginvery lowest prices Call and see as at Hickman E1E1Co1 t MB W S WUKLDOX Cashier of the+ First National Bank o l Vinterestt Ia i in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in his employ that will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I mentioned to him t that I had been similarly troubled and that Ohamberlains Colic Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me druggistherei cured him and he is again at his work For sale by Cowgill Cowgill druggists t A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a see vere sprain of tho ankle says Goo E Cary editor of tho guide Washington if Va After using several well recom mended without success I tried OhamI berlains Pain Balm and am pleased to j r4 beganitslowed Sold by Cowgill ak Cowgill druggists i 7 iDteroational stocK FoOffi w 3 Feeds For Ic FQr 1 YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTERNATIONAL f l STOCK F ti HAVEri i7tI J f if t tSOUTRIED IT or 1 It is sold apositiveguaranteo If it does not do what is claimed for it i your money will be refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a change thisadvertiset ment but fot the next 80 dayswill giveJ theiNTEBNATIpNAL hOOK nOOK illustrated with ovar 13 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 3 00000 to produce Bookis9 bGjZi in contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and tpoaltry contains a Finely l Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds ot dollars as a practical reference book This book f tel tall about L trnationalSt ckFood YouetJ4lt a package of foOd ifyou I buyinside of 30 days fronvin e personally tt iiVjfi J A MCCLURE 11 j bid Troy Ave 1 Hickman Ky i pt Orders Left at t- l t F Shaws Dept Store will receive prompt attention r 3 J r StbigJachineryGpuitjr thane Odle kimd and gave perfect satoefactioa Call and examine I O E EtKEE Agt 94 x hy a t t t 4 1 t T rsJrr 1 f IIWe are Offering 1J jJjjjj t 1 IN ALL SUMMER GOODS Ladies Lace Oxfords Were 250 2 and 150 Now Go at 150 1 and 75cii BOYS KNEE PANT Were S5 SUITSII Now go atX4385 225 and 81651 1ladies Shirt Waists In White and Colored Lawns Iregular prices 50c to 8250 I now go at 25c to 125II I Big Line ILawnsDimities i 1 DimitiesWash Dress Skirts IIWashSilk Parasols I At reduced prices at l I BALTZER DODDS J The Shaw Boys play the Fulton team i that town July 4 I Miss Ella Belt of Paragould Ark visited the family of Dr Davidson this weekMercerized Umbrellas 95c AMBERQS Mr Green Watson has commenced building a new two story frame dwelling house in East Hickman Mr Wm Stoker has tht contract C E EAKER f- IATE MIY Piano Binders Mowers and Rakes The best lowest prices and easy terms Also general as sortment of Family Groceries Call at Cowgill Cowgills drug store get a free sample of Chamberlains and liver tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect FaS MOORS ATTORNEYAfcLAW HICKXAN ENTQCYY Office partner of Judge H K Remley SCTCB Years IB Bed Will wonders ever cease 2 inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence Kan They knew she had been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble nerv debilitybutenabled me to walk she writes and in personWomen ache Nervousness Sleeplessness Mel ancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells you will find ita priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is gnaranteed Cowgill Cowgill Only 50- cEitraardinatyFansatordlna ry prices AMBERGS 4 ISand Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping tough ands bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland 1 of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life withI Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Des perate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Ditcovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for j Coughs and Colds 50c and 100 botjj CowgillTrial Pan American Exposition i Best reached by the Illinois Central Railroad LouisMlleeffective consistingof SLEEPING OARI Without Ohangeii Between New Orleans and Buffalo An evening departure from New Or 4leans and a morning arrival at Buffalo SLEEPING CAR SERVI CE AND BUFFET LIBRARY CAR ChicagoW theIllinois 0rleans Jno A Scott MemphisiL i FREE BARBECUE- CWednesday July 17th Leave Your Poket book at home Everything Free The Merchants and business man of Hickmau have determined to give an old fashoined old time free barbecue at Hickman on Wednesday July 17th for the sole purpose of good will mutu al enjoyment and genuine hospitality A bountiful dinner will be supplied free and an abundance of good things for the thousands who are expected to attend The invitation is to every man woman and child in this section of the country Kentucky Tennessee and Mis souri Good music baseball games andmany different kinds of innocent amusements will be provided A fall program will be made out and published next week In the meantime make your arrangements to come have a good gala day and witness an overflow of genuine hospitality and good will DIVIDEND NOTICE Hickman Ky Juno 24 1901 At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Hickmau Bank this day held in the office ot said Bank a semiannual dividend of six G per cent was declar ed out of the net earnings for the past six vanilla Payable July 1st 1901 W O JOHNSON Cashier A CARD I desire to express to the members ot Kentucky Lodge No 340 Knights of Honor my appreciation of the kindness shown my husband Peter George dur ing his illness who died on May 6th last and of the promptness of the order in paying to me on the 18th of this month the sum of Two Thousand Dollars it being the full amount of the benefit certiticate issued to me by the order MRS Ito G GEORGE June 24 190- 1JUDGE SWIGGART of Union City is said to be a candidate for Governor of Tennessee He is a man of acknowledged ability and we believe one of the purest men in public life in the old Volunteer State and being capable and honest would mute one of the best Governors the State ever had He is a Democrat tried and true but we fear not enough of a politician to win in these days of party inanipn pulatious A PLETHORA OF MONEY Portugal is suffering from a plethora of money just now Not gold of course nor silver i but copper So vast is the supply of this inferior metal that ordinary people are exceedingly chary of changing such few gold coins as they copperis also depreciated so that in order to avoid being burdened with it it has become the custom in the larger cities at all events to use street car tickets as c postagetampspose Meanwhile the government at Lisbon goes on serenely mining the obnoxious coins which nobody will use at the rate of some 80 tons a month WORKINGMENS INSURANCE The system of workmens insurance- in Germany is a huge piece of state machinery The magnitude of the system may be estimated by the fact that it pays out in one way or another about dayThetrouble himself as to how he shall obtain money to pay for medical treatment and what will become of his fam ily should he himself be rendered unfit for work The workman whose earn ing power is reduced by an accident connected with his employment now obtains ct just compensation and the aged poor have the satisfaction of knowing ithat although they can no longer workit they can still owing to the insurance system contribute their share toward the expenses of the household and care not obliged to depend on their children or on ordinary public charity INTOLERANCE OF STRIKERS 1 The attack on the nonunion machin fists in the Southern railway shops at Charleston SO shows the intolerant spirit of the strikers in the plainest possible light When they quit the em ploy of the road they were acting en tirely within their rights but their as sault on the workmen who have taken their places puts them wholly in the sympathy as silly as it was criminal The attempt of strikers to prevent other workmen from taking their places is an invasion of the natural rights of man and it is not surprising that when this is attempted the out come is nearly always a resort to law lessness Labor is a commody which the workingman sells and the employer buy Like all other commodities it must meet competitionin other words be regulated by the law of supply and demand In new countries where labor ers are scarce and in prosperous times the demand forces up the rate of hire but when the supply of workers become more abundent wages decline This is exactly what takes place in the markets of all other commodities and any strike in opposition to this natural law can have only a temporary success at the best CourierJournal Use Butterick Patterns in making your Summer gowns a success They are for sale at WILSONS BOOK STORE yt See our remnant counter for bargains m lawn AMBERG76 I 1 1SHORT STE- MBARGAINS 1 Take down your dictionary and seo what Webster calls a batgaintlllbfind satisfactory transaction According to that our whole store must be made upof Webster Bargains Wash Goods The prices have been punctured on almost every piece of Wash Goods 12ic Dimities and LawnsNow IOC IOe Dimities and LawnsNow 8c 8c Dimities and LawnsNow 50 Good PearlButtonsPer 50 Good Bicycle IIoHPII Good Linen Hclkfs Each 5c 125 Mercerized I I b1Qllam i 5c New Line Prints j Per Yd 3I2c 11 An who are not in lovn with iO should see our rpfichynuule Bars Sk the boxes in front of 1lPXt Sal tlPcla V tor bargains in S11OPS Amberg 4y INSURE IN TH- EBEMFITMUTUALL UK IN8URANCI CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1845 The special advantages of a policy in the mutual Ben efit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in crease the insurance or convert the pol icy into an endowment payable at a specified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time after two years premiums have been paid 3 NO RESTRICION S As to residence travel or occupa tion after two years 4 INCONTESTABLE After two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFIOIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY INSURED After having failed to pay the pre mium the insurance will be continued period two years premiums have been paid All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CON VINCED of its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and anti desired informa tion will be furnished b- yRTTYLER AGT ENOUGH FOR A BIG ROOM FOR 100 Think of this I 7 Bolts Pape at Cc 42 66 feet Bordeir at KC 22 4 Bolts Ceili g at 9c 36 Excellent quality patterns the pretti est First come first served s WILSONS BOOK STORE c I R G CORSETSJ f NEVER STRETCH a quitog OUlstOlP i A Good Cough Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says druggist 1 sold smith Van Ettcn N Y I have al 7 ways used it in my family both for or dinary coughs and colds and for the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by Cowgill rr- aL Cowgill druggists PAINTS Ail PAINTS At Oowgiirs We have jnst received a large ship indnt of Mixed PaintsMCollier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on tho market Cov illbDRUGGISTS 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 are made to suit For a short time I will make six Platino Photo wouldbethis chance Extreme care will be taken to please my patrons Remember the place ROSEDALE the Photographer COAL f COALI 1 Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash willl1 ha v e 1 prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALSa= L Alex A Far ifSq h- Y t i ItI o Y- y a n c mmmmmnrmmmm n r ttIfltflItttItfltfltfttItf REMEMBER COUPONS GO WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE And the Cutting and the Slashing STILL GOES ON IN THIS OTTR Early SummerjIIICut Price Sale for the Summer Goods must be moved wIllIe the summer needs are hei- rHeres the Prices but the goods should bo seen to appreciate the extromelr lowJpricesi quoted tt i il t I hi H i Lt 3e for Lawns worthithioc r 6c for Sc Batiste Be for the 1 llalits IOe for Batistes Lawns f etc were 12 l2ci I SilksFcentsk Swiss Waist Goods Been selling at 39 cents i r 5c Fancy Ribbons worth lOc Ic Palm Leaf Fans 2c Jap Fans r 25c Lace AllOvers t Lacestek MILINERY 4 r liV1 Pattern Hats atHalf Price Ladies Hats worth E ItJOei i EMBROIDERIES5C IOC for 20 cent quality Lth1i i v to 5 5C for 2 spools of CLARKS JDffllMfiSit 4C ladies Vests 5 i I IOC Mattings i i REMNANTS I Wash Goods Dress Goods Laces and Embroideries Ribbons C i In pieces of all lengths from 1 yard up to 10 and some of theurcnt to aALF PaI E4C YARD WIDE BROWN DOMES- TICGROCERIES at CUT PRICE COUPONS WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE 16 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 9 pounds Roasted Coffee IOO 8 pound packages Coffee lGO No1 Patent Flour = 1 W 8 tiara Clalrotte Soap 21000 Matches for i 05- r15 pound Bucket Jelly v Si American Sardines 1 U6 1 pound package Soda hS j io f 05 o0 pounds Rice 100 3 pound can Pie Peaches 03- r k 3 pound can Table Peanhes tiry 10 3 pound cnn Apples f I t 03 3 pouup can Apricots 10 PIcnic Hams r 10 Clothing Shirts Underwear Etc AT CUT PRICES Fancy ShirtsJt f n Cut from 50c to 39c 100kintlat r9Et iti7 J IIlIIIIIIfIwre6 6c12ar HatsStraw On the counters they gOin a pile whore you can buy mz values atII 48c 125 values at 99j gtt- II CHILDS SUITS i Y- i Ii- I t I 3 1piece suits wqe6go now 550 i j f ifO 250111qi 5Cis i Mens Suits i N 1 that ere 4 00 i 2itsup to 7 JO q 750 for 10 SUIts REMIUNS i I With every CASH purchase you make in the Grocery Clothing thekamount purchased and these coupons you can exchange with us at i I i sin ARSOtTELY yonycan take out piece at a time a plate at QUO time cup and saucer ant other or a dish and so ooy and by continuing to purchase your goods DINNERyDpNT FORGET TIE PLACE ELLISONS r HICKNIAN KENTUCK- YtoUiUtUiUiUiUiUiiiiipUiitfiUUiiUUi i UilM iI i tJ I Ir Localt and Personal j I visitiug I fromTupeloFulton is expecting a visit from Lou isville business men Jut 3 Slippersor visitedhisay IuosdayfromThe state supreme court has decided inTennesseoIt C U Corsets never strotenAMBERGS No matter that tho AMBERGSI coalbillsof7IXJOOOi0bread is good The Kansas man who advertised for a childrenhasntpays nuJhtcrAnnie GWdaughtersMissesWednosdayfor byCouutyosterdayI Mrs Isreal Clark returned home lastt inStNannioliingmanIroin a visit to Louisville and Cincin nati Mrs Furrow and her little brother thefamilyed home Tuesday New line of Prints at 33cAM BERGS Mr Daniel O French one of the best citizens and farmers of Hickman coun Tuesdayand hasbeeuwas called home Wednesday by Cite death of a relative Dimities that did sell attic now Lc- AMIIERGSi The Shaw brio ball nine defeated the Saturdaylltstby placethisI t Prest J W Thomas and wife Mr stud Mrs Ernest Pillow Mr and Mrs duspleasantturned homoSunday night cUfltent IritlayJunhis death He was a member of theI Knights of Kadosh I IMr flurry Fields and Miss Mabol Stowe both of this county hied them selves to Crystal Obiou county on Saturday j last and were married Roy J LI I coreIHornerApllvConner Oilice Tho latest information from Louis vine is to tho effect that John Whallen I has tryingtoreturned to the Democratic party ant thing to admit but it is neverthe less true that the Democrats have never K carried Louisville without John Whal R lens support R Wool Shallies in light and colors at 5c AMBERGS M j thejvana Cuba and wife are in Hickman K on a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs M I Snecd Strong h 9 IIPaduCllh fears an epidemic of small H pox A largo number of new cases authoritiesIj I I G i from Metropolis and threaten to quur n j autiuc against that city of the lady teachers in Carr In m IITwo have been removed because they I for positions olaewhcro The m trasteas etude a rule prohibiting teach ers from attending dances and those obII n The subject of good roads is the most 3 important ono the people of Kentucky H or ahy other state cm consider Good roads will add immensely to the value of farming property as it will make the markets easily accessible to farm antI garden products and by increasing the I1 facilities and comfort of life in the coun try will lead to large purchases of land the line of SB Laces at iIiSee I SHAWP ii were several applicants for I examinations Saturday lost awarded 1st class oertiiicatos entirelyMisssometitiiepastMiss certificate The Picnic at Poplar Groye Church Tuesday for the benefit of the church was a financial success and everybody reports a oyal good time The quilt andfiworthias a work of artistic taste i JT000 Visa Miss Lora Whipple was the lucky hold er of the ticket number 25 that won i byaiLssper were specially praiseworthy The supply of dinner chicken hams barbe cued meats cakes pies ices ic was bountiful and of llie best + u SUITER IS COURT HOUSE YARD The Ladies Aid Society of the M E Church will give an Ice Cream supper inthe Court House Yard Tuesday eve ning July 2 1l1 III l lKf nlIWB1r tT t lL AM Xdlnnt Ttf I ItlOI iF nrll 1L jj Lm Vr1 TiltStH B i ElfTSIAH C T Perfumes Toilet Articlesfand Toilet Soaps I ExqUisitely Fragrant ana Lasting Eitracts j POPULAR ODORS Our Unparalleled Carnatian Pink Extract Wm ALSO ICOLOGNES TOILET WATERS 1 VIOLET WATERS LAVENDER SALTS HAIR TONICS I CURLING FLUID I DII III I j GOODSjI TOOTH POWDER LIQUID DENTIFRICE TOILET AND INFANT POW DERS ELYSIAN FACE AND COM PLECT1ON POWDERS TOILET CREAMS LOTIONS AND BEAUTIFIERS MME DEJOUX ORIENTALLO TION THE MOST WON DERFUL BEAUTIFIER OF THE AGE TABLES PURESTBYCHEMISTTIONAL REPUTATION I I PerfumeryIj standardofi warrented to give satisfactionI I caIS 1 A To introduce the ELYSIAN PERFUMES TOILET ARTICLES and I willIREMEMBER this is just to introduce them and will not continue long ASK FOR REMEMBERSOLD ONLY BY L L P W S ELLISON 1h t p 4ol 1 FOR THE BEST IN CROCEBIESr ytGo where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Tbzelkeldstt I UPTODATE GROCER I i FreeClinton r ar HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ERTAIiLYSHED 1s i T01C DILLON Sr ProprI r Successor to B 0 lUraige deed 1 1r Marble and GraniteKon1meDtt t CUR3INGSTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c c- Siokman 2Sy wits i- TO r THE PWUC p I am engaged in tutsii 1L linei of business at Union City Tan and carry at all times a Urge and well as sortedBtock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as allother goods is that liMe and respectfully aolicitat TRIAL ORDER W IWEIITEat SPtallSIR I am enabled tofeell and berebvoferroaFor sekeyfornarks to indicate contents When you receive it and test it if it te not Mtkf o x tOry t return it at my expenseaudl will refund you 1300 Xhis is a most liberal offer and I await your orders W E WCUATER a = j R r- n Love Will Find aWay and having found a way the home will be the next thought This is where we meet you half way IN FROM TWO TO TEN HOURS WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETELY- from top to bottom nnd on the eas feat terms to you thelatestcupboardstobe UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT TheUndertakers coolClewlineMr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can be found any time day or nightiJ MORRIS PHILLIPS 1i Building s l 1Material1l lROUGH AND DRESSED LUMI 1 j BENI r and Windows Shingles c v j11Doors Builders and Cement Hardware Paints Oik etc f J i ESTlXATESII CHEERFULLY ft I FURNISHED tf 4 FEED STUFFS I 4 Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc i2 isonlJ 1J r t r rv LATEST WONDER FOR THE AUTOMOBILE Signor Marconi the inventor of the wireless telegraph has perfected lately 1 an ingenious adaptation of an invention for use on automobiles says the Chicago Tribune On the roof of the motorII curia which he is touring through Eng land ia carried a taU funnel WhICh whenc otnotWhen he desires to communicate with the hotel which ho has left or that to 1 which he is going the funnel Is raised to a perpendicular position and the wireless telegraph is set to work Thus Signor Marconi by means of the wire less telegraph and without leaving his automobile is able to order his lunch at a hotel 30 or more miles distant The first practical use ot this adaptation ii- to is be made on automobiles fitted up for use in war A party of scouts might make a quick run in one of these ma chines into the enemys country mak ltheir observations raise theirfunnel andI communicate the result to their head quarters and then start back before organizedSeverala used in the next English military ma neuvers THE INTEROCEANIG CANAL IMMENSE ADVANTAGES THAT WOULD RESULT FROM ITS CONSTRUCTION Japan needs our southern cotton The isthmian canal would bring New Orleans 0000 miles nearer that expand ing market California would no Ions her wheataround Hor jbutnearer by 8000 miles Much of herI fruit would also be forwarded by the same route The state of has 176000000000 feet of yellow an red fir yet uncut Oregon has 25000 square miles of timbered land and the canal would place these forests 10000 miles nearer the Atlantic The manu facturers of the Atlantic and gulf I would have a water route that wont bring them 10000 miles nearer Chin i Japan and the Pacific islands Much of this would continue to go across the j continent by rail but the more bulky I goods must finda cheap water route The advantages of the American ca ual are not to be measured by the sav ings now possible Clear headed proph ets are looking forward through the new century for vast commercial opera tions of which the present aggregate wonderu1as it is is but tho beginning If this country can multiply its trade fifteen fold in n hundred years what will the end of the century disclose The new canal is to be built not for a Ii Iidecadeor even for a century but is to be n perpetual waterway between the oceansti A MOBILE ANIIV y ft 110 RAILROADt THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR J Chicsa 1 QmahaMemphsr 1 f 1r go Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De 1 principal points of the North East and West U Two trains daily in each direction throuKt1ReB1emberthe grand Mardi Gras Fes 19thJI OhioRai dOnlyionef8re for thei round trip Ion timitsEBBLAIR i T jA Iiy Ii 1 at f a JacksonT O Sltep1 GP Ao it I 1lJiaI i ikf iF T r1T I CARUTHERS 1 BAKERY AND i I CONFECTIONERYi I FRESH BREAD CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIESi j CLINTOX STREET I fIJCKYITelephone Number 90 l J JJR BBDIAIT I IHIRE 1 INSUJtANCE AGTS OFFICE AT F M BANK I GOOD ROADS CONVENTION The Good Roads nowinthe 29th conventionroadbulldincost and yet immeasurably better and A m systemllaredeleKatcsher delegates The object of the Con stateorganization countyorganizationssnIt from these conventions and organ izations OIL IN OHIO COUNTY f Troy NewsBanner Companyhas E20000eShaw will be president of the company thaery and are eagerly and liberally sub scribing to the stock Expert Pennsylvania coal oil men say the Reelfoot bed is in the identical line and stratum of the Pennsylvania coal oil fields It is proposed to bore some 2000 feet and it estimated this will cost 1 per foot The articles of incorporation have been written and are this week being put upon the registers books THE OIL FEVER contagionOilf places in all parts of the country if re are to be believed and oil com are being organized and dreams of fortune are flashing through the willingtotentacldof 1large oil deposits in Texas and Califor J nia has filled the country with prospec tors who are searching for oil with all1 parentaof OaI are ply going it blind in the hope of strik I iing it rich somewhere It is a matter o guesswork and speculation a game of chance Finally the general craze will die out and dreams of quick fortunes will pass away The phosphate industry sprung into sudden I existence and while excitement was at its greatest i height many realized undreamed ofjprofits through the purchase and sale of j 1 lands Now the industry haa settled down to a sane business basis Many 1 manyhav1 BUSINESS AND POLITICAL iPABTIES All classes of people rich or loor farmers mechanics professional men or what not want to prosper in business and therefore they want the political party with which they are associated to bo in hearty harmony and accord with the business interest of the coun try The Democratic party has been greatly misrepresented and misunder stood on these points these latter years Our party whilst strenuously seeking to guard the individual rights of the people as against the aggressions of anyghproper sense an enemy capital or i- w employment Some Democratic leaders in their war tor individual rights have given the country the idea that the party was arrayed against the rich asa class f i I It f Big lin Remwants in Lawn and Dimities cheap AtfBERGS I i 5YI CUT PRICE SALE nUBtfbebusiues3dj UNDERWEAR i t HATStI SUSPENDERI t I w oSleryShirts I ShirtsITies 25c UNDERSHIRTS GOING FOR ONLY 19 UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS for 35c 27 5Ocr n rr rr- 39 10 cent Sox for 7c 10 cent Ladies and Missej Hose for 8c 25c Suspenders for ISc 50c Overalls and Jumpers for 41c 50c Work Shirts for 41c 50c Negligee Shirts with two collars for39c50-c Ie Ie cuffs for 39c Boys Knee Pants for He 2 Mens Worsted and Cassimere Pants 165 250rr Ie fa 198 50c Blue Cotton Pants 39 Scrivens Elastic Seam Drawers 50c 5c white and bordered Handkerchiefs 3c 1 8125 and 150 Straw Hats go at 75c Everything in this department will be sold Sale begins today and will continue until August 15th 1901 Terms Cash RICE A XTAVLOR L SaOE STORE COMEUP STAIRS Having leased my dry goods store to Ro per Bros I have moved my stock upstairs over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder of my goods Please call if you want cheapeH BTTCHA1TANc LEDFOBD If RASDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement 1 Ve carry everything usually found in firstclass Grocery and M pains will be spared to please our customers ur motto isrUOODUODD at PAIR PRECE3 Try Yi DliveridfYou may as well expect to run a steam engine without water as to find an active energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is tor pid when he doesnt relish Ins food or feels dull and languid after eating often has head cache 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 a new man Price 25 cents Sample free at Cowgills drug store f A NEW PARTY Mr Bryan is Not in itII Hon William Jennings Bryan will not head the new party movement that has been launched at Kansas City Mo After the publication ot the Associated Press dispatch to the effect that 3ir Bryan was in sympathy with the movement and would probably be the new partys candidate for the presidency in 1901 The Constitution wired the Nebraskan to know what basis there was for the statement involving his name The reply was prompt and emphatic that the rumor was welen Mr Bryans reply is as follows Iowa Falls Juuo19 legraaire ceived No truth in report 4 t i WJ BrjM Tinner Here Hr 0 E Smith the tinntr UMT OURhly competent and skilled a sow with R B Brevard Rooting and and all kinds of Tin Work Give kin a call R B BR VARD Court ot Appeals Negligent killing by depubysherife Sheriff liable on official bond Ca t peusatory damages only r ooT rbto Johnson c vs Williams administra tor To be reported Filed Jane 14 1901 Appeal from Hickmam Client Court Opinion of the court by Chef Justice Paynter affirming juiDiiatJ- udice Burnham dissenting FirstWhere Deputy Sherifc IB eR deavoring to servo a warrant of artMt for one charged with a felony MtaMC an innocent party for the acoteJ nail tired upon him killing him the atertff is liable on his official bond for daMffM for such negligent killing Secondonly compensatory datisajes can be recovered against the ak cw ad his varies and an instrnctioa WHMni Inz the jury to award eiMBptary acdj is error but where the TMflMi war only A2600for the killing of a yetaj and healthful man punitive I1 could not have been included aura tM eriorWas not prejudicial J C Flournoy Robert Tkoranos RTTyler for appellants Jake W Ray and Shelbourne i Kane for ai tJ 1TO ALL w PERSONS HAVING e FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouistefforts to induce a good class of immi grunts to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention llanufncturingSitese aneltheeverycountyThe management earnestly requests that all who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to givingthemust correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in sUing land to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative pricesLarge tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted i Tll KILLEBREW AgentIIManagerNASHVILLE TENN Every fashionable mensHatsAM BERGS I A Terrible Explosion larfrightfully y PahnerKirkman followedbutif cured her Infallible for Outs Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles arc at Cowgill Cowgills We make Under taking an branch of our busic sees one that re that is therein cut body for long I 112A v1 uu JlNT MAKER affMM is tie Times Norman E Mack si setI aat tot only sot a candidate for but have DC candidate in nay oftoe My i con tedIa priaol lee and men are impor party stand for defi aite aoaitire principle and unices I atfruka tile sentiment time mass aft uTOfera will must upon adhering in spits of the threats line iolueaoe the voters because uo oar Gin say what is expedient 1V- may ieaerf win yet lore but it still rmaiu tkat to deserve to win is the rifest to luoceH w tktak Mr Bryan sincere in hisI of aot candidate Ha to bound to Me that the haudwrit raj or Ute wall against him and l t T ryaatttr ot existing cani Rot be tke dominant issue in 1901 NoneI the law Bryani power and influence i the United States in perhaps greater to day than any other one man and whilst he may never bo President he is ia the poaition to name who will be the tial with the mass of democrats because abort aix million voters think about E E Co will sell you this Fall Acme Harrows Diet Harrows Oliver Plows Vulcan Plows McSherry Wheat Drills Ken taeky Wheat Drills Mower Rakes Ptow Gear and the Iniple KytA + I ij t L lJ if1 HORN ON WOMAN ARMt Mansfield O June 21A woman was dehorned here Thursday by Dr J H Nichols assisted by Dr W S Meek isms Mrs W Gepheart aged 85 years who resides four miles west of Ashland burned her right arm badly when a child and after growing to woo exactly a sheeps horn It continued to grow and gave the wo man much annoyance 4 After Mrs Gepheartrdecidcd she would have an operation performed Itis3 incites long The horn was removed near the bone of the arm and is curved a sheeps It is a rare case the medical profession At times be fore it was removed the woman trim med the and never caused pain FEMALE SUFFRAGE IN Cincinnati bill conferring the frau chise upon women has passed both houses of the and in a few weeks the women will be come hill ileged voters in all local elect ions The women of that country have worked hard for the franchise and are most enthusiastic over their final sue cess One woman in u burst of delight exclaimed Ye chosen mon of Nor way this is the greatest and best work you have ever accomplished Thank you The new voters announce that not expect too much of right away said the president of the Womans na penal suffrage league Bnt we have scores of and active women who will make their influence felt and gradually all women will take a hand in managing our local affairs We shall continue our campaign of universal wo man suffrage in national and local elect ions i f UNDERTAKING important Ipundertaking cdtabliibuieut a model of itskiutl- 1vety 1 pnpr aecasoryvery feature contained that is ber tMtaf a BatUrtftking establiihment of the highest character we1Pteparal to do J FIRST CUSS x ai praMTT a any th of time t f t STEPHENS SMITH I fIto tl fl y rt l r t MKXD followlzzaonn laftemOOB SaM I interest is outuWwTDeawcratic of teiktaepriBciplM fromtilewith i to road teokratrai being a in presidentialIIIIa6In conditions in of politicalWol as siximReeves everything in ltliH Hickuiant l e r GREW S appearedItresembling considerable persuasion as horn in horn NORWAY TimesStar A municipal Norwegian parliament mudIus intelligent t G81tiflan is EMBALMING n THE CLOUDBURSTV SATURDAY 100 LIVES LOST 2000000 PROPERTY DESTROYED The mountain District of West Vir ginia known as the Pocahontas Coalfield was visited Saturday night by a cloudburst and it is estimated that more than 100 lives were lost and as much as 82000000 of property destroy ed Keystone a town of 2500 popula Hon was totally destroyed and several other towns ruined The storm caused much damage in other sections Ohio Indiana and Illinois 4 1rBuggies Buggies Buggies undtthe poor We have prices that ai inVteach of everybody E E REEVES CO- Hickman Ky THREE MEN HURT An accident occurred at Fulton Fri day which resulted in three Mayfield men getting hurt Their names areas follows Ed Paukoy John and War ren New Mr Pankeys arm was broken and lie was otherwise bruised Both of the New brothers were more or less hurt They were working on the Meadows building when the scaffold gave way falling to the ground The wonder is all were not killed The wounds of the men were all dressed and they are resting very weJJII f The National Punib Co ownedby = 41 N O Nelson Cofat Mound CitrfIll was destroyedbytireLorts10000Y 4 f LJ UiIi to J tt w ti 4 jir Jr iii w J t i iIc y I ijilLrH f n 1 1II THE GOAL FIELDS I the Reports of Damage by the 5 Flood in West Virginia Exaggerateda THE LOSS WILL NOT EXCEED 511rills The Number of Lives Lost is Now Estimated at Not More Than Sixty or SeventyFive 3tilc of llnilroud Track ire Wann ed out and Great OulelieM Have Bern CreatedThe Humane at Keyntone Roanoke YasJune25 The follow Vinoofj c of the ginoral ofllctrK of the Norfolk and Vfotern railroad summarizing Hoodt situation in the light of the latest- dispatchcstiTis Monday njght given out tJ Uestoration of the telegraph Huesi develops that the damage by floor1 through the coal fields was exag gerated The loss of life will not cxveod 00 or 73 and the damige to property inducing repairs to mil road and coal operations will not ev c ml 500000 Jt is vpe i5ted the rail way will get a line opened through Tuesday or next day There wns very little news reeeived here Monday from the West Virginia ilool One train eume in Monday afternoon but not much new information could be gained from the pas runningfromplaces are just outside the territory visited by the cloudburst on lust Sat urday morning Wires Are Still Uoirn The wires all being down west of Bluefields save one wire which goes through to IKnnis but is being used pnblefrom l friars How tinny are dead is rust definitely known and it necessarily will be several days yet before the exact number tan be given out as otticial The various reports in sir cnlatious here are that from 30 toipersons have been drowned It iis probably safe to assume that the forImer figures arc more eorren than time latter The damage to property wll ntnoiint to hundreds ofthou finis of dollars Miles of railroad tniciare washed dut and great gulches have c been created The devastated section covers an area of about 20 miles west of Hllfs fnld It iis a narrow valley not much wider than a Lrond street in t ne places Hundred of Holme Wanbed Away Coal mutes are scattered all along the road Keystone the town i ported to hate been so greatly dam aged and which was nt hrst believed 1o be wiped out of existence is a village of between 2000 and 3000 people Jind is built along the narrow valleyt and on the sides of the bluffs There is a creek which runs through the1 1tottn over which most of the houses are built on piles and rocksI This creek runs in a zig zag way tlfo ththe narrow village and has a gradual fall The mountains on either side loom up for hundreds of feet and the town is so narrow in places that 1 1ouris obliged to go into the middle of it to see the sky Persons fi niiliar with the situation of the town say that it would be a death trap if the flood was as heavy as reported Yet they reason that the Jlood oc curring during the daytime there was no reason why many people should have been caught in the onrush of the maddened waters All reports agree that between 200 and IOU houses were swept away in the Elkhorn valley No Fear of a Flood at Charleston Charleston W VaJ tune 25The water in the Kanavtha without reach ing the danger line here began to recede and all fears are now past In the coal regions above here about Montgomery 73000 to 100000 dam age was done by the cloudburst nona by the flood in the river Gov White Appeal For Aid Charleston W Va June 25LatelMonday night Jov White appeal for aid for the flood euferer- in the Flat Top coal region to Wes Virginians only Any outside aid had best be in money and can b1Ient to the adjutant general Charleston or Thoue sands of miners are homeless WENT OVER THE DAM Three Small Roys All Under 11 Years Drowned While Hnthlnpr at Grand Rapid Win rand Rapids Wig June 23 Three small boys all under 11 years of agr were drowned below the dam here LarsonDlondayArthur Calm and ClarenceI KeueeI The boys went in for a swims and weretl swept off into the deep water below v A Tax Deelnloii l 25CottnniSsionl er of Internal Revenue Yerkes hasI held that brokers who are members of a stock exchange outside of Nets York and who do business with tit i a tepta tux of 2 on eaeh tr8iivtt rib Usthe tax is paid by the brokers on the exchange Hot Weather in Wineon ln- IMnoJi liver Falls Wis lune 25 p The mercury registered 100 here Mon day j Hans Ujcrseti yhile haying 1 1aa Jrtinstruclc and hU 1CCOcrJIS doubtful rr INSANE =ROM OVERSTUDY saJJ t ColleKe Graduate Shoot One ter Fired at Another and Then Shot Himself Boston June 25 Kithard Fried amn shot and killed lti1 sifter Ittisa ged 2J attempted to Jjillhis surer Helen fled Itand then shot and tilled himself oil a crowtiilettwesttend thoroughfare here Monday Miss I felen was not hit by the bullefn tended for her but just as the pistol vas discharged she fell tinting to the sidewalk It was at tint thought that she too had been killed and the brother apparently believed that his bullet had found the murk for it was not until both sisters were pros trate that he turned the pistol 4o wards his own hotly a Friedman wasnt years old and had just finished a course at Harvard Den tal cohege Insanity caused by ovfir study and illness is declared to have Caused his action I INTO AN OPEN SWITCH I Train AVreeked Near IUlslnirali Two Killed Three Family nude I i Jiniy eriounly Hurt 4 I Jittsburgh Pa JIIJW 25Tntin Co 23 was wrecked at Monnen shout tenII miles west of here Monday evening I and two persons were trilled tlirye fatally injured and 40 otliers more or less hurt f I Tim train while going at great i speed run into an open switch at Mb I anal tad uent over an embankmiujt about 23 feett high Every ear was turned over two of them going over twice I The flyer which left here at 430 for Cleveland had iits coaches well filled with passengers and the wonder ts that there were not more fll tuJittQJJ Fireman Cuuningham when taken from the wreck was found to be hof rUdy crushed His death must have 1 been instantaneous PRISONERS OF WAR t ive Hundred Kllliilnos Illiernted tty Order of Ceii liieArllmr to islurnullxe a Surrender Washington June 5The war dp J pjirtment has Wade public an ord it issued1 by lien MacArthur on lus0liberatingi Filipino prisoners 1Its order follows In pursuance of the general poliyy of JIlt division commander in respect gfmatttlrp rtaining ito yhe pacHi cution of thi tIiplhWfm ptisii ers OCnr 1intl its tlll to espo= hilly slgnuhu t issuEtuder aud II3 reptnnee of the sovereigntyt of tit i Wiled Stoles by lien Miiseardo ion rnnnding insurgent forces in the pro vinces of liatawn nud Xnmbales tnljj len I iiMiua comuiniiding in this pro incess of Jluhicnn nail Xema Lutja STEADILY IMPROVING J Mrs Iclvlnliy on Mt ndn nsII hie to Go DO VII Stairs nUll Take 111I1cheouII s J I Washington lane 2hFor the fittt une since she ms brought h01ll1I from California in a term feeble con dition Mrs McKSnley Monday was able to go down stairs and join the president while the lattert was atII luncheon She remained at the table 1 for some little time and then returned to her room having enjoyed 1 the break in the doily routine of life 1 for the past month Apparently hcII was not fatigued by the extra ex 1 ertion Mrs MeKinleys general condition continues favorable and Dr treysaid Monday night she was improving steadily- VALUABLE TIMBER LAND A Jolt to Set Aitlde 1atentn For About 1OOOO Aereii Now gather 4 Control of Scnrtor Clark I Helena Mont June 25 United States Districti Attorney Rodgers Monday began an action in the fed eral court against United States cn ator W A Clark in which the goy ernment seeks to have set aside pats for about 10000 acres of valuable timber now under control of the sen utur The government claims that i the lands were taken up within the lath three years under the timber eont spearsthattthey expected to dispose of them to Senator Clark or his agents teeldentnllr Killed r11 Paso Tex June 23nriqucI Muller one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of the Chi huhua Wait accidentally shot and kill ed Monday afternoon He had dis mounted from his horse and a ser vant was taking his pistol from th saddle when it was discharged kill lug Muller instantly Injunction Innued Milwaukee Wis June 25 Another injunction against striking machinists was iissued Monday on petition of the IJucyrus Steam Shovel Co of South Milwaukee The nature of the order is similar to the one issued on Satur tiny at the instance of the filter Manufacturing1 Co- Duyhlg Honda Washington June 25Time secre tary of the treasury rO lnHr shortethreeso atn113 73 Senator Dujtolw 11 Boise Ida June 25 United States Senator Fred Dubois iis at Hunter Hot Springs Mont suffering from n se sire attack of seiaticaile Went there couditionbasysteadily gfowu Svoaev A SERIOUS ASPECT A Posse of Deputies Servinjr In junction Notices hired on by i the Striking Jlinert BARELY ESCAPED WITH THEIR LIVES The Mountain Side Ite Echoed With the Crack of Twenty or Thirty l llfles at Tuacker W Vu Sheriff Hatllelil floes Not Helleve In t the 1olley HeiiiK1 Hied to Dovtn the SJrlkc and Withdrawn l tht rcputle lluntingtou AV a June 25llon day a posse of deputy United States marshals led by A 1 llulTord of Hluetield veru fired on by the strikers and forced to flee front the coal Helds at Miitewau Sunday afternoon the marshals under the leadership of A C llufford set out from JUuefield to reach the scene of the miners riots Proeeedingto work they began serv ing notices of the injunction which had been fiucd by Judge Jackson A mob of strikers followed armed to the teeth On all stilts could be heard Down with government by injunction Men threatened the posse with their weapons women called down the vengeance of heaven upon them and children hurled stones When nightfall came notice had been served on till strikers of all the coal companies but one and that was to be served at the Lick Fork Coal and Coke Co at Thaeker 1ollriluti ambush the posse waited until morning and early loUlhlII morning set out for Thackcr Some time before noon they attempted to serve the injunction papers at the colliery A mob followed enraged to desperation at the sweeping order of the injunction The First Shot Fired One reckless fellow fired the first shot surd quick as lightning the mountain sidles echoed and reechoed with resounding reports that follow ed the crack of 2U or 30 rifles The r deputies were forced to take retusje in light and then barely escaped with their lives The strike situation Is assuming a I serious aspect Sheriff latinId has withdrawn all his deputies because f it iU said hI does not believe in time policy being used to put down the strike The tailed States marshals t have been left alone sad after being chased from the fields Monday it is believed thecx111 Ibe strongly vela forted aUld ready to tight when they again appear to enfonr the injuii tlou rug river divides West Virginia from Kentucky On each side the mountains are almost perpendicular and the entire distance from bank to bank is not more than 500 yard On the mountain side of West Virginia the collieries are located A lot of strikers almost 1000 strong have crossed over into Kentucky lad are occupying time mountain passes There they are out of reach of the deputy marshals anti command the entrances to till collieries The strikers have nothing but hatred and contempt for the marshals and it is said that at the mass meeting at Thaeker on Saturday night they decided to ignore the injunction ADJT GEN CORBIN That Oflleer Arrived nt Man Fran elneo and Sailed For JInnlln on the Transport Ilancoefc San Francisco June 2ddjt Gen CoVbin arrived in this city Monday night He is accompanied by Senator elect Dietrich of Nebraska who will go to Manila with lime adjutant gen era They sailed on the transport Hancock Tuesday When asked as to the probable strength of time forces to be maintained in the riiilippinerf after the establishment of civil got ernment Gen Corbtn replied that ft conference between Judge Taft Gen Chalice and himself would determine the point after his arrival CHINESE IN CUBA It 1 Relieved They VIII attempt to nun An Kntranee Into the United States A Washington June 2SSurgeon Olennan in charge of the marine hospital service in Cuba reports to 811rgI Gen Wyman the recent arrival in Cu ba of a number of Chinese the mar jority of whom he says have come in bond from San Francisco via New Or leans Dr legman said it is believed that most of them have come to Tuba in order to gain entrance to the Unit ed States heath of George IL Moellcr New York Muse 25Georgeei1 Moellcr a well known sugar refiner of this city died at his summer home in Spring Lake N1 Monday Ho was president of the German Sawing bank of IJrooklyn anti a director of the Pacific Fire Insurance Co Arrested For An Old Murder vita Ark June 25 Win WHey known to many people as William Allen an old farmer hits been nrrest ed byIcxas ollicers on a charge of committing a murder 22 years ago at Mount Vernon Tex Dividend Declared Washington June 23The control t1 ler of the currency has declared a dividend of lOr crcnt in favor oJj r the jcrcilitpr rtJe rInsolvent 1u a- liiittonalbaukof i Flushing 0j J 4 I 4j ll FLOOD AND STORM At I eant Pour Pcrionn Lost Their 11 vea tn Allcjclieiiy CanntPean ylvaiila Mnuh Damaffv Pittsburgh Pu1tnn 2J1bStorm slid perJlcIU I dutnttgclu nIdeathsbcFrom all over the cough Sunday nigh t COltu 11 lIl1rlort1S OLf daiua rdonejby wuid hud water but 1h116 ud aitional fatalities are reported agninwsitcilUtSundayland destnluJiOdoTars1tlustrlittsbttr4 torncarltiehilltramKix feet of water on timeslower floor yhich C lest three feltt4 off niud wlien a at receded More titan 400 street ear motors are apparently destroyed e an I the lots to the Wcsiinghousfe eom puny it iis beliered will reach 500- JpO i Lincoln 111 June 24This rite wu isited by a tornado which did SJMV ifl0 damage The storing vajkli Wq 1 Thule and a half trade firm eh hntf 4 I long The Lincoln mattress factory yv ife ahnoHt destroyed and great than mnfqtJillifDiscountypooranrgofedwrecked and thousands of trees wort torn up An elevator tJiddlcorn js destroyed and fc several store5 damaged At Klkhart freight enrwere blown from the tracks and great damage was done to wheat corn and oats GEN CAILLES SURRENDERS Tic tiVlth UO of Illn Men Took Oaths of tlletlnnee to the lulteI Hn- hi Prisoners Iteleaned r X s f h- n i SOL sfa anta Cruz Province of Laguna Li zon Island June 4Uen CallUs sur 1 nclered heTc i1Jf nOD fi111g npt taths of allegiance to the United l lre administered to the for ncr insurgents JCol ISaballes who fled to the monn a ts with a portion of his command likewise sU1r ndlredII rfCTnllles did not suiliciently control r populace to bring in all the in agents In his diatriot The proceed I tags of surrender were orderly Manila June IIn cons fuenep of surrender of Gen Chilles alt the in 4nit prisouer on Luon 1 1landI l will iSj yustvll Jtifoniuitlon front imtlve sources coifilrm previous reports that Gen JlaJtnrtt UllSJrtM J r- rILL i Ii 1 SURRENDER 1 I Col Arolllo With Coii ldernl le Ior Hun of iieii Mnlvnrjn AV1I1 Submit tu Auierlenii Authority Manila Tune 41Le insurgent j colonel Arollio together with a lOU siderable portion of the forces of Gen Malvaris expected to surrender to the American authorities at San Jose inIBatangas province next Wednesday With the change from a military to a civil government for time Ihillippine islands which occurs July 4 the dim culty between the department of the military secretary and the civil sere ice board over the matter of holding examinations in the civil service for certain civilians now employed by the military department will disappear THE BOER INVASIONIF It IB Reported to lie Serious the In enders NnmUerlnn Between 7OOt and 10000 London Tune 4Lord Kitch tncr has as yet bent no report of the Waterkloof mishap Itecent eventI in Cape Colony scent to prove the Hoer iinvasion of that country to be seriousA to the Daily Mail dated Cape Town Tune 5 confirms the pro Boer repots surd says the invadera number from 7000 to 10000 that they arc swarming all oyejr the eastern and midland cllstricfs arid getting recruits and horses flank Rubbed of a Large Snm Minneapolis Minn June 24a special from Tacoma Wash says tht steamship Victoria brings news ron Hong Kong that bank notes to the value of 270000 have been stolen from the strong room of time Hong Kong and Shanghai banking corps ration at Singapore 1o which only two or three trusted employes have access f fi 4 Ji J Rev Dr lodge Died Suddenly Xevt York June IJnspin Wall1 Ilodgc of this city Sunday received advice that his father Rev lir Aspin wall lodge a prominent clergyman died suddenly Sunday at his home iin Pennsylvania if I Stubbed to Death 1 Kausas ityMo June 2IrThps Seniggs aged IS son of M D Scruggs 1live stock dealer was stabbed to death at Troost Park while trying with the assistance of two companions to with stand the unprovoked attack of ten or fifteen young ruffians V Senator Kyle Serluunly III Aberdeen S D June ii4 Senator Barnes M Kyle wlfo has been ill for several days of heart trouble Was in n fvcry serious condition Sunday andI fears art cntertrjned that he inay nott irecorer J J I SAD HOMECOMING 1 Secretary Hay and Family With the llemains of AdalbertKJ irLeave New Haven Jif f JM i WILL LEACH CLEVELAND TUESDAY t u grhej t ViewCemetery Will Be Made The Seerelnry of Sltite llns Appnr I mils Itreovered In ji r IurueJ- lenWure From tier Irottrn itlunf Sniidny 1 lWTluln ft June 25Au 710 Monday evening the body of Adelbert S tiny who was killed 1a fall from ithitflatoy1 windouI pt the New Haven house early Sunday morning was started on the journey to I Irve laitd 0 where the fuiienil nail In Jterment are to take place In slit party accontpanying the body wer Hon John liar MrsI Inv mother of the dead mnii the Misses lIn rhip Nkhrsfnl Ihirence llav a Younger ItotfliatrI 1 re Arrangements for the stjpmm rt mire from the Xew Haven house hud been perfected during the day while the members of the family who rants here were awaiting the arrival of the mother and of liarAlice Hay the youngest daughterl from Xcwhuni X II Mrs and Miss Hay reached the city at aM ami entering a cirriagc were driven directly to the Mosiely res1eiee on Wall street There nuflher and father met After the sail greetings Col and Mrs Iltiy wfah their daughters Iciest and Alice and Clarence the ioli entered them quiet room where the dead lay j- CunUct MoHtd Forever Fort JCA l tiiifnutt only times re mained and then the casket was closed to be opened no more All the members of the family went through the 4rying ordeal calmlyl Secretary Hay had apparently recovered in a large measure from the prostration to of the IIljp dinl day stndllrs limy and hPrcl1tigh1r8 although show illS evident traces of their sufferings when they l8 nA out of time house an hour later bore up well ImnitHlintely after the closing of the casket the body was taken to the railroad station About 7 oclock the family with Mr and Mrs Wu U df t letlajul arrived from the those ley house Tlie casket enclosed in n massive box of polished mahogany was pltetl in a cninliination mail anil J express inr and the trout left for New York The party will reach Cleveland 1nttsrlny ttllzlto slrrh1f ubcahgrg tllgh will go at once to the Lake View yUcmetury amUin thp Chapel there tillobaxhcleltthF Ian lrthk5 = The generalI feeling of sadness so noticeable Monday morning still pervades the throngs of graduates in New Haven Monday nightand espe cially is Ithis true of time 03 men with whom Adelbert S Hay sjHMit the four years of undergraduate life Me 4nKeN of Condolence Secretary Hay received messages of condolence from many distinguished persons among then King Edward VII of Kuglajid President Loubet of France Lord Roberts Karl of Host lyn Lord 1auneefote Sir Henry lr ving Ambassador Porter and nearly all the foreign ministers in Washing ton GEN WOOD ILL Ile Wait Foreed to Take tn 11111 ledy KronV An Atlaeli of brlp and H tlalnrinl Fever Havana June 25The condition of Gen Wool wlm for several days has been suffering from an attack of grip and malarial fever which however did not interrupt his official duties j is somewhat worse His fever vaa considerably higher Monday night and he has been forced to take to his bed Surgeon Maj Havard the gen ends attending physician has advised absolute rest until the fever subsides INTEREST TOO LOW For the First Time In lllntory of Ilillailelphlu a Loan Ottered Hr the City HUll Kalled Philadelphia June25 For the first time in the history of Philadelphia a loan offered by the city has failed The municipality reeegtlyottered 3 percent for 9000000 loan to be used in fmproSing tlie citys water supply nail Monday the time having expired one bid for 50000 was receied Money is now bringing 4 per cent and it is said financial men were opposed to investing at 3 per cent A SECTARIAN INSTITUTION Suit to Enjoin the United States Treasurer Prom Iaylnw 51010 to Providence Honpltal r Washington June 25 Joseph Drad field Atymlay began suit against the treasurer of the United States to en join him frown paying t50000 appropriate by the Last session of con gress for the erection of nurses home at the Providence hospital a Catholic institution this cityon the ground that it is a sectarian institution An tliexploded Lomb Rome July 25An unexptwlcd bomb has been found in a railroad cawing in which itwo princes of the hoHseJW Monfeixegro have been tray ingif I Jy alsIH ww JAI OLIVERIBlacksmith HICKMAN and UndertakerII rTr peelltIUndertaker I Goods COBBQB Rosewood and Solid Black slams Coffins nd Casu which CKB be ttd up iin short notice and at reaitm sbb prices Glre nt a call Its Shop seer the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys arriaceH safe teams fee Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa ronajia solicited Telephone 19 CashAZBookStoreo t Splendid Selection of SEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BKREXDKS Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here stay Nobody will appreciate jonr patronage or take more pleasure in try tog to please you than WA old reliable barbers R U GAUJWEU WiLt OKOWKLC DR S DAVIDSON Jentistf HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Offlce over Cowgill Oowgills Drat Store OE EAKERIAi S General Seoce Powell Block Clinton St Having purchated the Grocery Sloek of- T J C Doniltirinl would be pleased la pan all old frinnds to call Fresh Qood soil Choice Bar alas W J BARRY CO AT BUCKXKRS OLD mu- pWill make yon a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your olds one BLACZSM1TEING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED r HeT Jets w I3cnnNt- ATIOBNE4S BENNETT REMLEY = ATLAW Will practice m all ConrU specially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts offiie will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemlers in Hickmani The Big Four Route Ii a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Builtand Equipped la the Most Approved Manner of Medera 4 Railway CoastructkHi The Passenger Train Service of the tl BIG FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day rajuirlBg for their operation ISO Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Csra ii 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cain Cars i In addition to which Sixty Puilntaa Sleepers are in Continuous Serytct i Of ktCar Linesii e WARREN LYNCH T WP DBPf- bea Paso Tkt Agt AsstO PIT A CUlaJlXUZO V ii a s- y + n a I J a- M 4 J fft r i- li T r j i E eE iRE rattle ot crack erd the roar of the guns What do they tell you 0 wondering f ones n e The rockets thatspread t Streams ot stars overhead F The banners that ttpat A T t And the bugles brays note= 1 All tell the story our grandsires sons N Heard fro their fathers of Tyrannys- f11I H I r s Tell thVgreat ftpry of ItQllantrJred1 Out of mans hate for the bonds that i enthrall d Tell the high story I Of Godgiven glory rOf strength eLordti 5 Baaloeri 1 t sDeathless the love they won t While love shall last While still from sire to son Precepts are passed While the stars shine Oer your country and mine Shame on the man who Is racked by the soundsNarrow zone that his little soul bounds I Let the guns roar i Let the red rockets soar 1And brinG from the smithies the anvils I once more- S With the life and the drum f4lIil e f bomb Let the universknow that the great day Is come For thclr glory who turned from the plow 1 to tho word itakc a sound make ai sound of great joy to the Lord 1bAtha deeds they wrought Dy the fights they fought By the freedom that with their rich blood they bought Let us pledge ourselves anew To be worthy of and true To thy trust they handed down Each a monarch In his right Worthy of a monarchs crown Let us keep the banner bright Keep its starry field of blue I And ItK stripes of red and wkJV2 t Free from stain fRo that where it floats atasa If Or upon the tarry plain TIt may be- i Still the emblem they designed And in dying consecrated Still the flag they dedicate To the glory of mankind What Is the story the skyrockets tell Soaring up over the walla of the night Tis the etory of pride that was lofty and IfCellit When the stars of our freedom burst r Krandlyjn sight gt4rlousrJ aAsthe 1 years go by And traditions die RSplrttflash on crag and shore higherEveri f 1ti Ever till earthfrom her MrWt shall fall t tutletthe scepters they won f Pass from sire to sun tEach a king In his right and the Lord i ioer us all So a Kiser In Chicago RecordHerald pff I t a re1jRf CELEBRATION 1 i AT TWOOWETEE e- fIi r JJy J1OlWfAJY f AST our fhrof luly the weather icnie on cool and beautiful in our mountains lint there were tbfeel people ut mack Rock lforsc yjlOnb who wore anything lint coo1In fact Fen Florence and 11 were as 11otus Wt could well become hot with impatience and disgust For impre thanr fpur wCekH we had t been preparing for a celebration a picnic at our cottonwood grove with i alt the fancily and all our neighbors along Black Hock creek to join in mak ing a great day Ferd who had bor rowed some volumes of the Congres sional Record from some local poli iticinn had written a short uddresx and Florence bud practiced diligently ome patriotic songs Moreover we had expended 3 for fireworks of a rmagnitude worthy of the largest at ituinable crowd Our discomfiture may be imagined when 1 say that father mother and z the younger children had failed in a promised return from their visit at keen River and that just two days 4 before t Fourth report had reached lilack Rock Valley of a monster celebration which was to be held at Lauder md to which every mothers sun and daughter iff our neighborhood dad stampeded We Were left alone we three so far leftFwithin 25 miles of us We were of course still looking for the return of our family from Green River but aske morning slipped away and 11 oclock came with no ourselvesqI t wp to sulking We were lying upon our k 4rbacks in the slmje of some cotton t twoodsncsra horse corral when Flor CBCC who was still on the lookout iho ted to us- Theyre coming she cried run aiinj toward us and clapping her hands joyfully I can see the dust of theirr wagon down the valley Splendid sasplendid WV11 have a celebration all I ofIvgs altogether the prospect was not quitc disheartening Ferd and I sprang to our fleet and climbed the corral fence to look What l esttW was a flying trail of daatrising l aboe a point aboutw VnilctrdiMtant v A glance however showed qurinore i t practiced cyo tJitthetdust loud waS altogether too great IP bel5ckea HR by a span of mule and a spring agon 1 TII 1iot h clcdLerdinC jdl las JtVa tam ixiIeof hertesor w lingrwuotssSOOnr brieTfbbilr earsv the proof 3 1 illccieased in volume and the luntter of r distantuIttaxtWC of thuRder1 e- r I s f t a Our suspicions were quickly roused We craned our necks and watched in silence We had only a minute to wait before a big bunch of horses going at a swift trot broke cover of the point A few seconds later we discovered on doubtlIes own two pony riders turning the lead ers across the valley We did not have to guess that these men were rustlers anti that there were more of them in the rear push ing the horses forward Every movement of herd and men proclaimed the fact A gang of our mountain free booters had taken advantage of the stockmens stampede to Lander to make another stampede which should be vastly to their own advantage The nun were steering their catch across Black Rock valley up to the mouth of Twoowetce pass Once wouldbustleOwl Creek mountains break it up into small bunches and get away with the horses at their leisureiPeril and I did not say this to each other we did not need to do so We slipped off the fence presently and SHE STOOPED IF TO HER lOOTINGtt looked at each other in a grim kind of wayWell said Ferd weve got to heat off that herd stampede and scatter vein somehow Sure thing I assented When Florence understood the ease she set up a frantic wail You shant go she almost screamed Those men will shoot you dead Anyway Ii you do Ill go along and be shot totYou will stay at home Flurry said Ferd kindly but in his masterful way Well take good care of ourselves never Scar- Thereupon she ran to the house crying We could not stop to comfort her While Ferd went for our guns trappings and a snack to eat I ran to the creek pasture got out two of our best riding ponies and saddled them When I had finished Ferd came out wearing his hunting jacket and carrying my jacket and our guns The big side pockets of the eoats jacketfeltarhand into one of the pockets soul drew out a giant cracker of the big gest size 1 fairly whooped with de light There were a half dozen in each pocket und each one was a foot 1n length They would make enough noise to stampede a whole tribe of Indians let alone 100 or halfwild horses We were off in a twinkling Wt knew of an old buffalo and cattle trail a halfmile distant leading up to the mead of Black Rocky and round the slopes of several mountains into the north gap of Twoowetee This trail we took Wen plant ourselves in front of that herd in the gap said Ferd and there well have our celebration 1 believe we can counter stampede run cm over that crowd and get away in the dust and racket The very probable event of a tight against odds however leapt us feeling pretty sober We clattered along the cutoff at a hard gallop without ex changing many remarks We rode on for more than an hour passing up out of Black Rock and over a mountain ridge Then we heard a clatter of hoofs at our heels and turned to face Florence Her pony was sweating her face was flushed and beseeching as she pulled up con fronting us As the trail was a plain one she had had no difficulty in fol lowing I cant stay behind she an nounced breathlessly I should die of fright I dont believe those men wilt fight when they see a girl along coningWeand some disgust But she was a girl of 16 a capable horsewoman and of a determined spirit We could not compel her to stay behind Well said Ferd when we get to business youll have to stay where we put you or well tie you up Then we hit the trail again and Florence followed J looked back to see that she was crying although she rode bravely and 1 was truly sorry for herIn the course of three hours of hard riding we came out of K sharp cut into the canyon of Twoowetee A brief examination convinced us that we should find no better point at which to make a break in the herd and turn them back upon the rustlers The gap of lwoowe wag here sonic 200 yards iii width with inaccessible steeps on either Ihand We rather counted on a fight and Ferd planned fur it like a general He even consented that Florence should take a part in cannonading thelierd whereat she at once became a calm and superior person She agreed to keep close in to the mouth of the cut after we should get the herd going and in a certain length of time to take her flight back over the trail by which we had come Even when we told her we should fight pointing out from a height the hirrh banks of a drv run where we 0fshould make our stand when we had run the herd over the rustlers she ap proved the plan You can stand them oft easily she declared Their bullets cant hit you in there and if they charge you can stampede them with crackers We rather thought so ourselves We then ate a bit of dinner and rested listening meanwhile for the tramp of the herd It was nearly four oclock when we heard the rumble of their hoofs and sighted their trail of dust up the canyon We quickly took our places Florence stood just outside the mouth of the cut with several giant crackers and some matches in hand She was a lit tle pale but cool and collected and showed no sign of fear Ferd and I sat our ponies on either side the creekbed and waited I must admit in a state of considerable excitement We had no fear for our OVERAS TO ATTEND 500 tee scats however as our ponies were gunbroken to tiring from the saddle and would not sitllra at cannon shots They wlreiin fact accustomed to the crack of dynamite and black powder used in breaking rock and splitting lugs near our house The foremost horses of the herd thelustfront view of the rustlers in their rear They were raining at a free trot on each side of the creek channel Vfc waited until the leaders had halted snorting in front of us Then we light cdour crackers and flung themeight- or ten one after the other Florence took hrr part in the cannonade throw big her crackers as far as she could toward the horses flFor half a minute the canyon roared and reverberated with an astoifudfng racket This thunder and smoke flung the leading horses bank upon tluiir fel lows until all were bunched likg a flock of seared slicep r Then we rode at them each of us flinging a final1 cracker upon their heels and all of us yelling like crazy I weII I first terstampede of the reofolluwduwareat I vervinglineswhere they were The dust and confusion prevented our seeing anything more than half a dozen yards distant By great good luck we came together in crossing a curve of the creekbed We rode at the tail of the herd until assured that the frightened horses would run as long as they were able that our stampede could not be coun tered for an hour or more We knew from the time which had elapsed thati the rustlers not fearing immediate pursuit had saved wind and speed for a long chase timid now we turned back determined to take our stand in the mouth of the cut and guard the pass until the stock men should begin to conic in from Lander It was only through the gap f uuldhoperangeDustgap and in order to dodge the rustlers if possible we rode back down the creek channel which held only here and there pools of water But luck turned against us just as had oppositetheridingacrossextremely fourhorslmenevidently ofthlhadturnedeasilyhavewere atworlc blasting rock somewhere near doubt less theyhad come to some such con clusionBut they saw gettous and thlywheeledintheirYinehcshuslippedoutourponiesTime fellows were suspicious oralarger force theywuuh1doubtllsSus atonce They lookedabout ratheranxiously scanning the creek bunks above and below As the dust somewhatweplainThtthan50nrti0yard away Three of them were dressed as likeordinarliueriders apparentlythe shirtundhnda9roopipgblack mustache and long hair andbeganf 1 They i r evidently wanted to make sure of as at the first fire Halt where you are or sromebodyll get hurt shouted Ferd The rustlers glanced at each other Two of them WithIoutScared as I was I was far more frightened in behalf of those reckless men than on my own account If they could have known how quick and certain Ferd is with a rifle they certainly would have kept theirdistance I knew one of them must fall at my brothers first fire and if they charged in sad dle 1 did not doubt he would kill them all before they could reach ushe iis just as quick as that on the trigger flipa3 covering the loader Halt there 1 tell you he called again and in a tone that would have- stopped any but the most desperate omen The men fingered their Winches ters They were about to begin the thduste steepsllorenceThe fellows turned their heads quick ly at hearing the patter of her ponys hoots and the leader wheeled his horse sharply about The latter lowered the Title he had hal presented when he saw a girl confronting him It waa well enough for him that he did so Florence coolly pulled up in front und a little to one side of this aston ished rustler Those are my brothers down there we heard her saying in a clear voice 1 am going to help them drive strapisover on the side asifThen before the leader or his men could recover from t1heirsurprlseFlore- iiee straightened up and flung a hiss ing cracker at his ponys head At 15 feet she ought not to have missed but the pony dodged at the motion of her yelow txplodcdThlof his saddle sprawling like a strick en frog The pony sprang away reel fag from the concussion yelledDynamiteto their dancing ponies and were out of range and out of sight in no time Ferd and I now advanced with our guns covering the fallen rustler who had raised himself to a sittingposture and seemed to be groping for his Win chester He was blind and dizzy as yet from the stock he hud received Florence had dismounted and se cured his gun Im dreadfully sorry I hurt you sir ve heard her saying ruefully 1 horsIfandrffotliers She had indeed done execution The mans shirt front was blown ninny his breast und face were blackened with powder his mustache and eyebrows were singed our and his eyes were red anti bleary mid rolled like those of a drunken titan lie was still tjlil headed when Ferd and I conic uj We got him to his feet and walked him around a bit Florence run to a pool iiul brought water in my wool hat lie drank eagerlyWhen he had fully recovered his senses we knew that he was not seriously injured He sat down upon the ground presently and although the pain of his burns must have beta acute he grinned at us in a kind of grim humor Well he asked goin to shoot me up I had already caught his horse Get into your saddle and get out of these parts said JoerduTrJ to make an honest living in future and no one will hurt you The man with a grimace of humiliation mounted his animal and rode away We were glad enough to see the last of him We overtook the main herd of stam peded horses near the summit of the pass That night svr slept upon beds 01 spruce boughs We reached home cbout eight oclock in the morning and found the rest of the family waiting us They thought we mut have gone to Lander When the stockmen came back from Lander they were in a great state of indignation There had been no cele bration and they had ridden a hun dred miles and back for nothing Ili soon turned out that the rustlers themselves had caused the false re port to be circulated I must say that Florence is now a person of considerable reputation in these purtsYouths Companion LITrLE W1IWK nnKAMS OK A GIANT FIRECRACKER Utterly Irapoaaible irecracktHers wu2 invented by de Chinese feTomrtiy Avv wbtcher givin us Vry de Chinks dont celebrate de FburtV X Y Journaii a RELIABLE Ra Be B REV ARD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredIatt ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS 1thPRSTBD SPECIALTYfp PH11cIl MMAUBIIII IIICKMANEl iUCRY Q50yOOUSurplusDoes General TermActsrespectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected bybee Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o r R T TYLER President W CTOllt iSONCftberU A HOLU02IBE VIce freeident S AMBEKG Aast Cashier HICKMAN WAGON CO AXOFAtrrCKEBM l r THE CIC1K8KATEB s BteEK m WAGOlfS H1CgMArsr XENTUCKY RETGRENwThe weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS NlrYDISTroublesNo matter howhopclma the case may seem Astonishing and quick rc lUlU Theyaupply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power UENaturality naturally and terra1tatssktlifwt product of the latest moat1 toMeyery time used They bc2ln at the lOCat of the diseae and act on tae Liver Kidney and Bowels cleansing the entire syMem from inipumiw and at the same time tonic every part of It They will positively make WEAK MEN adWOVEN strop and Ub ustqulcklhave our wit uUtIH gyarant They rely ad NiTiredSt Vltus Dance Nervous Headache Backache Trembling Numbness Lost Power and all such lsseso Vie rt sis and Consu llon Weak Wo Eahoeld aas Theywill ands of Testimonials but your best way Iis to try them We refund the money Ha cure la not PrieerocLowIDeT Sold by Cowgill tit Cowgill The Shortest Route to Texas One govian Cotton Belt Roafe is that the Cotton Belt is froth twentyfive to fifty miles horter- thalXLOtherroutes A tl pPhis saving in distance correspondingsavJJ Cotton Iclt trains tarry Pullman Stetptn st night Parlor Cafe Cars CosbothWrits and tell us w ere you are going and when you wtl leavr and we win tell you the exact cot of a ticket and send you a complete p schedule lee the trip We will also send you an interesting Unit book A Trip h Texas L 11 L Pl Grq a tW tJIUL1IfIiPuA Sltir111t Leaves ChlCIIIO at 630 pm daily VIA THI CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750a 1m I r Mlnleapolis at630 a nf t The Ollly rrfet Traini iiii thWorld I s ii- r I KrTrb KK ErrIFQfr MCiiaW Mk INTERESTING STATE NEWS iy A 4 4 iI WjiT BLOODY TRAGEDY II S Church Killed Kmlly Stuart and Sev riit Hour Later Corn witted Suicide Louisville Tune 24The lentil of II S Church at 430 Sunday morning oval the second act of a bloody tang cdy that begun in Louisville three days ajfo with the murder of Emily Stuart but which did not come to light until 1robeebody of the womnn hidden in a closet ringfromand razor Several pistol shots near Twelfth and Market streets caused Policemen Finnegnn Webb and llnglin to enter the small frame build inp at 1215 West Market street occu pied by H S Church as a grocery store and residence the living roomss being just back of the grocery The police saw through n window clouds of smoke from a pistol They forced nn entrance and found Church prop bigtvoutul45caliber Colts revolver and from a slashacross his left wrist with a ra zor On the floor was an empty bottle labeled laudanum Church gave grounsItearly Sunday morning without mak ing a statement Neighbors say they last saw Mrs Stuart Thursday evening It devel oIled Sunday that Mrs Stuart had saved some money by working us n housekeeper for two men and had recently bought a half interest in theJitlowrelatives in Ixjuisville She came to this city from Frankfort Kj and was 50 years of age Church con dny1ridaYclosed most of Saturday He was 115 years old and carne to Louisville Vrom Frankfort four months ago In that city he has two sisters Time police intended to charge him with the mur tier of Mrs Stuart GAVE HIM A MORTAL WOUND She Struck Her Nephew on the lleml With it Stick of Stove AVooiI Captured With Illfllculty- fMayldng Iy June 221t the Meant of Long Fork creek north of here in Pike county Mrs Lizzie Johnson a widow agedl 3s struck her ICyear old nephew Harry Johnson on the Lead with a stick of stovewood giving liiin a mortal wound Mrs Johnson lied into the adjoin ing hills but later officers went for her and arrested her after she had made a tierce resistance She carried lr1restold thing and its well you slipped be hindme Site was taken to jail The boycan not lice- ENDED HER LIFEx Mien Alice Duvntt CililiH a Ilenutiful sudAeennipllahed Girl orrltuk SuIcideILexington Ky Tune 22Miss Alice DuVeit Jibbs aged IS a beautiful and accomplished girl who was found and detained by Lexington detectives Fri day and taken buck to her home in Frankfurt by her father J C Gibbs i look rough on rats and died at mid nightShe stopped at Lexington with a drummer Thursday night and spent the night with him in a hotel She said he promised to marry her Her fatherfisvi proprietor of a saloon in Prank fort Thlnfc N HH Son tIla Murderedf tOw nsboro Ky Tune 21W IT Brown who ties near Cloverport iin inreckinridge county came here Thursday to find a clew to his son if Wo Brown who he thinks has been murdered here Glen a New Trial 21EugtneYo1 Montgomery of Danville sentenced a to be hanged for munlering his il legitimate infant daughter to secure lire insurance was given a new trial by the court of appeals Thursday 1iDraln d to Benth fGreensburg Ky June 24 Robert lluffmanyaged 16 while returning from his work near Osceola entangled in the harness of his mule tahtl was dragged 300 yards When picked up he was dead Tout Calhoun Guilty 241omiahoun nturder1 l to 20 yearsill the penitentiary This was the second trial the first verdict being for 13 years I V Escaped ou a Technicality Louisville Ky June 24domn Gaz zeile night engineer of time city ballS W10as convicted on the charge of abetting a crap game and sentenced to one year in the penitentiary es capedon a technically Time indic- tmentdit1 not name the principal aided Y Keaben Qnialfeat Ilanp Frankfort Kyf June 24 Iteulien Quinn the Negro must hang for kill itigM rfkal Crum in Danville on April 30atTkelotyercourtj wasu1gteldaby 1 tkecourtiof appeals Hr i F- II L3J1i l j TO DELIVER ADRESSES Several Prominent Ierons Are Invited to Attend Good Itoud Con veutlou at Louisville I Louisville Ky June 21lhe innr tattoo committee of the State Good I Roads association Thursday sent ins I vitations to the following to be pres cut at the convention here on lone j ltij of I the national highway commission i Hon A R Shattuck president of the Automobile Club of America Hon John liljsben Walker Postmaster j General 1 Emory Smith Assistant Post i mats er General Johnson Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson Hon A W Campbell deputy minister of public works Toronto Can Andrew Pat tulo M P Woodstock OutI TERRIFIC THUNDERSTORM Mncli nniiiiiKe Dune lit IoulHvllIe half n Dozen IliillilltiK UeluK Struck = high AViiid I trriflcIi Right accompanied byvery high I winds Trees were blown down and several buildings damaged Lightning I struck a half dozen units nun set I i lire to Fitzgt raids grocery at Kiev enth and Rowan streets The flames wer quickly discovered and put out without serious loss The fire alarm system was badly crippled and the telephone exchange reports serious loss The wires of the street railway were blown down in several places stopping tnillic on a number of lines FRIGHTFULLY MANGLED An AnyI urn Iatlcnt AValklnjr lie tween Attenilnnt Tltreiv HerHelf Under rt loVIII Street Cnr Lexington Ky lane 24Miss Florence Minor of a prominent Kentucky family threw herself under a moving ttreckcnr here Sunday afternoon and tsP frightfully mangled She js an hntPutient and was walking out between+ two female attendants1 lice injuries were so serious that a leg had to he amputated and her condi tion is critical About a month ago a sister Mrs Thompson killed herself anti little son with n razor in Georgetown y- STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Two of Six Jleit oil n Hniul Cur OB the Lexington t KitMtern Itoiid ItiMtttutly Kilted Lexington Ky June 2A hand car on which six section hands were returning to iilson on the Lexington Eastern road at 6 oclock p in Friday were struck by lightning Foreman 1 Towusend whits find Kd Miller colored a section hand both married were instantly killed The other four then escaped without a- scratch and the car was not mate rially damaged The bodies were car vied to Filson on the hand ear CltrlHtlnit Endeavors Meetlnjr Owensboro Ky Tune 21 President W S Danleyof the Kentucky Chris tian JEndeavor society announces that delegates who hate decided to attend the state convention of the organi zation in Covington July 5 will be obliged to buy tickets to Cincinnati Thev will get off the train at Coving ton however and will be taken care of at the First Christian church in that city TucUKt Sunk Catlettsburg Ky June 24fleSandy river is running out one solid mass of drift wrecks of houses and coal tipples since noon Sunday the re suit of a cloudburst on Tug river in which the Tug river packet Jennies George Iis reported to later been sunk and totally wrecked The Ohio has risen ten feet since Saturday midnigh- and is stifTrisTng Will Sot Continue Frankfort Ky June 21JusticB- urnam of the court of appeals has decided not to reinstate the injunc tion risked for by the nonunion mine owners of Hopkins county to restrain the Pittsburgh Coal Cos offi vials from collecting money from the nonunion men to defray the expenses of a strike Cai t n T tndertvtiod Dead Hopkinsville Ky June 22Capt 77edied having been an invalid for yearsI from rheumatism He organized Com pat A 20th Kentucky infantry dur lug time civil wartFoUKht AVIth liulveaiFrankfort Ky June 24Milto Camper and John Juk two Negro convicts in the state prison fought with knives Camper cut twice into 1eeksrigltt lung uud he ntfldfe To Break Patterson Will Louisville Ky June 23111effort is being made to break the win of the late Alderman William Pattersonr who left a 100000 estate Mr Patter sons widow and the Catholic church are time chief beneficiaries Two half brothers a niece and three nephews are contesting Sentenced For AasaBlt Glasgow Ky Tune 24 Franklin Jackson colored was entenced to four Yertd the penitentiary tar an alleged 4 tiempted asaultvV 3Ij5 EcueMtinsfirld iiv t j t t CONCERNING PERFUMES Eau de cologne is accepted by lIOn orable and reasonable natures having sigh aims and ambitions Lavender numbers its admirers among natures with high aims and with a love of detail and exactitude Heliotrope generally finds devotees among the dainty neat and rather unassuming dispositions who dislike fuss or notoriety- A violet scented atmosphere makes those who are surrounded by its ins iuence religious affectionate and peace loving Women of lovable natures are always fond of violet Rose perfume is most frequently used by warmhearted imaginative temperaments who are inclined to extravagance and have a disregard of the more serious issues of life The hygienic value ofa moderate use of a good perfume is undeniable and every woman should adopt n cer tain one and remain constant to it Dont Ilet it go beyond a suggestion Slightly perfume nil dresses underclothing writing paper bed linen beds that is a new and delightful use for deliate sachet powder A flat pad is used between the mattress and the lower sheet sofa pillows rte but never sufficiently to become very noticeable to others SAYINGS OF WITS AND SAGES Relieve the sttiv false that ought not to be true Sheridan Neither great poert nor great riches will hear renouFielding- No man was ever so much deceived by another as by himself Greville An artists work Iis finished when he draws his last breath Chicago Daily NewsNothing succeeds like success or has so much knocking against it Atchison Globe True dignity is never gained by place and newer lost when honors are withdrawn Massintje- rTalebearers have done more miss rhief in the world than poisoned bowla or the assassins luggerSchillerf- ile slightest sorrow for sin is suit ficient if it produce amendment and the greatest insufficient if it do not Colton MOTHERS AND THEIR BABES ISi Spain the infants face is swept vSjUTl a pine tree bough to bring it pal od luck ri fr 5Wrfoiiian mothers attach bits of the evhsmelling asafetida to the necks rl their offspring Roumanian mothers tie red ribbons around the ankles ot their children to keep them from harm 5 Among Vosges peasants children born at new moon are supposed tdi have a sharper tongue than those ibornWelsh mothers to insure the safety of their babies put a pair of tongs or a knife in the cradle In some parts of England the same practice prevails THE WOMAN OF FASHION irises and mauve orchids will be in ashion for headgear Feather trimming it is said will be used in abundance Both for d ynlH1 eveningyar every shade of pink will shortly bean demand Coarse tomatored linen is being widely used for summer toilets just pow The latest sleeve links are decidedly novel1 in their line and one needs at least one pair to match each shift tvaist The flat round buttons 9Jis medium size are crocheted of Pik or linen a TIlE MARKETS ertl Cincinnati Tune 22 CATTLE Common 2 75 o 4 00 Extra butchers 4 85 ci 5 25 CALVES Extra 7 00 HOGS Select shippers 6 6 07t Mixed packers 5 05UU 6 00 SHEEP Extra 3 3 C5 LAMBSSpring 5 75 C 5 S5 FLOUR Spring pat 3 SO 4 ID WHEAT NO 2 red a2 6S 94tt2 mixed w 30 RYE r 5- GIIAYCh timothy 6 13 50 174e i Steam cu 8 45 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery a1 21 AIPLESChto fancy 3 75 ifo 5 n0 POTATOES Per brl 1 65 a 1 75 gS1375OldClilcaco FLOUR Win patent 3 50 a 3 GO WHEAT No 2 red 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alive whose liver is dead During winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshopsii everybodyknows a rule it is not sound weight but means a of flabby fat i and useless rotting matter staying in body when it ought to have been driven out But the liver was over burdened deadenedstoppedwork There you are with dead liver and right now is T the for resurrection Wake up the Get all the out of your system ready the summers trials with clean clear blood body brain tree from bile Force is dangerous and destructive unless used in gentle persuasive way and the right plan to give new strength to the muscular walls of the bowels and the liver to new and work with CASCAPETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic Get a 50c box todaya whole months treatmentand how quickly you be BROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BY i LJVER TONIC lOc 25c50c FOR THE NEVER ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK 1 eating treubiesal complexion dizziness WileR oa people together ailments MiflTerlBC wltafcaSCARETS absolute aateet or refaadrd M etc for comfortably ANYTHING IMITATIONS the winter As lot the a time dead filth and get a will livereagx eC tAOCAB GUARANTEEOT8C11J1E sold Aew tt s = boxes a arlastt edtaIA1We Aye fMb andwill Hll CAaCAZETS abdutelr g arasteed to estre r secaIrre net stk edatterulas eeeboaretrasbeaed0eMX sdthe wba-rparebsedMrbst to w brrani V455 Mr-It and getyer ewe kflltr bak- bxe Take radvtciasownerwba y I- dar iealtk WIll tpkkl fd1wso4 rw w 1MsMdaf mabLAittert f tt 1 00 I Ii u i wL i zLJo y r Ji or f t J jOrI kr c t The HickmaifCotorier +Y GEORGE WARREtPubUsher i UICKMAN KENTUCKY i t CURRENT TOPICSJ There are37543 p6stpfficevemplpy t s eca in London The Boers are said to have 26000 ithiLlIelll I There are 39 miles of books in theu British museum t In China liquids are sold by weight I and grain by meusure J Outside the cities there is very lit tIe organized labor in the south J M Martin of Laurens county S C has whiskers six feet long I New Orleans has takenjsecond rankI4 as an exporting port bar ng displaced 8JPThe has beer officially estimated at 34256000 bushels The Xe r Jersey supreme court haa decided that street railway franchise ore taxable AttorneyGeneral Knox has bought a handsome and expensive house in Washington The oldest Protestant church in the united States is St Lukes at Smithfield VaiThe number of sheep in Australa sia decreased from 124000000 in 1S91 to 00000000 in 1900 It is reported in Washington that Senator Depcw will be married this summer Ho a widow who is now abroad According to the Galveston News the area sown to rice in Texas this season exceeds that of last year by 300 per cent- Exports of cotton seed from Egypt for 18991 00 are given officially at 19 730000 bushels a slight increase ovor the preceding year The tail of a cat which its feline owner waves with such serpentine grace is said to contain more muscles Jtrhconly liy Great Britain in the matter of Japanese imports of machinery loco motives and other engines A Pennsylvania grand jnry has re omneudc l solitary confienm nt i with bread and terdietas a rem f cdy for th trump nisance tan ruling paper the worker using quill arid ruler severity years ago t look 4SOO hours to do the work nowI J Clone by machine in Lythours I The ocean it isestimated contains 7000000 cubic miles of salt arid if iti could be taenout at once the level I of the water would drop an inch It is said that 25 per cent of the young men who have applied for ad mission to West Point have been un quahflcaaptfonB S r Joan Coqticlin a sort of the great actor is giving promise of high work fiS a dramatist nod his version oi i Quo Vadis has just been most suc cessful in Paris The Pope has from time to time in t vested his surplus income in United Gates government bonds and the ex f tent of his holding of this sort is now r estimated at 30000000 lire 4 Dr N Seward Webbs cduntry place i i coversiit est estate owned ty a single indbid F uai east of the Mississippi Chinamen always show great re specl for the dead In all parts of the t empire funeral processions have the lrightof way in the streets and all 4 traffic must give way to them Fosters uOJd Folks at Home is the most popular song in existence It has been translated into alt the Ian linages of Europe and also into some of Asia and the isles of the seai James Oiittcrson Pratt who is said 1 to have bought for F350 the site OB which the town of Johannesburg How stands lied several weeks ago in theI Guilford workhouse near London t tor The Count and Countess de Castel Jane were barred from entrance to rthcV cathedral at Rouen a few days tagoon account of their costumes STliey were in bicycle rnirernt so loud ithVtv the sexton incharge could not p her their protests Snow has visited unusual places I fthis season Tt has fallen in Mexico City the first time in fifty years and l In Dlatiiidwhere it had riot been seer for eight years Jii Jerusalem snow ifHI to the depth of 12 inches TIle horKoireri1den liy Lord Kitch hrr6 jflying cavalry to chase the ehv- give Genet across the South African t jJeidt are shod with skeet wade in EcnnKjflJvcma the contract for their construction haying been r 21 aJeitrough the instrumentality of the commercial siuaeumsin Philadel pfcingJ The Atlautie pijreon post which vas sufipcndod fonttie winter will bev + resume thlsrmont Passengers ons xratltvcs o i to ineiujsif hear of the progress of the yoyajre or of their impending arri T l0tthe hundreds of pigeons sent wentFa astray Some flew over 300 miles A veritable quick luncheon it hr said isftolJf lmcla restaurant In f Iaris vliere h dinner ol Reverhll 1iotirscr composed of concentrated foodi the form of toilets can bet ceu urine in a few mirtittesd The lOUt t t tire 1nel can be carried about in the r zest et JEujBici FieldV first poemor the 11J tc y originiiriili of itwta Tccentlj diaeoveced in the Edm4fli t P1IP 3 p rof z tvitlz r fYIeJJ tiii tile tunirecsitr The a Jail ail t ftlj tIUe1fIWepaaIUi J jIj it Li4 t OBSERVING THE WIND Value of Prompt Action in Any thing Undertaken Is Shown Talniace Draw a Leon from a Scriptural JatlRe Generally Unob ervcil Itevrare of Ovcrpradence Copyright 1301 by Louis Klopsch N Y From a passage of Scripture unob served by most readers Dr Talmage in this discourse shows the impor tance of prompt action in anything we have to do for ourselves or oth ers text Ecclesiastes 114 He that observeth the wind shall not sow What do you find in this packed sentence of Solomons monologue I find in it a farmer at his front door examining the weather It is seed time His fields have been plowed and harrowed The wheat is in the barn in sticks ready to be taken afield and scattered Now is the time to sow But the wind is not favor able It may blow up a storm before night and he may get wet if he starts out for the sowing or it may be a long storm that will wash out the seed from the soil or there may have been a long drought and the wind may continue to blow dry weather The parched fields may not take in the grain and the birds may pick it up and the labor as well as the seed may be wasted So he gives up the work for that day and goes into the house and waits to see what it will be on the morrow On the morrow the wind is still in the wrong direction and for a whole week and for a month Did you ever see such a long spell of bad weather The lethargic and overcautious and dilatory agri culturist allows the season to pass without sowing and no sowing of course no harvest That is what Solomon means when he says in his text He that observeth the wind shall not sow As much in our time as in Solomon ic times there is abroad a fatal hesitancy a disposition to let little things stop us a ruinous adjourn ment We all want to do some good in the world but how easilywe are halted in our endeavors Perhaps wear solicitors for some great charity There is a good man who has large means and he is accustomed to give liberally to asylums to hospitals to reform organizations to schools to churches to communities desolated with flood or devastated with fires But that good man like many a good- man is mercurial in his temperament ire is depressed by atmospheric changes He is always victimized by the east wind For this or that rea son you postpone the charitable so licitation Meanwhile the suffering that you wish to alleviate does its awful work and the opportunity for relief is past If the wind had ben from the west cr northwest you would have entered the philanthro pists countingroom and sought the gift but the wind was blowing from the east or northeast and you did not make the attempt and you thoroughly illustrated my text He that observeth the wind shall not sow There comes a dark Sabbath morn ing The pastor looks out of the window and sees the clouds gather and then discharge their burdens of rain Instead of a full church it will be a handful of people with wet feet and the dripping umbrella at the pewThebest sermons It has cost him great research and he has been much in prayer while preparing it He puts the sermon aside for a clear day and quitedepresseding that he has done his duty He did not realize that in that small au dience there were at least two persons who ought to have had better treat ment One of those hearers was a man in a crisis of struggle with evil appetite A carefully prepared dis course under the Divine blessing would have been to him complete victory The fires of sin would have been extinguished and his keen and brilliant mind would have been con secrated to the Gospel ministry and he would have been a mighty evangel and tens of thousands of souls would have under the spell of his Christian eloquence given up sin and started a new life and throughout all the Heavens there would have been con gratulation and hosanna and after many ages of eternity had passed there amongthepUshed one stormy Sunday in a church on earth under a mighty Gospel sermon delivered to 15 or 20 people But the crisis 1 speak of was not properly met The man in struggle with evil habit heard that stormy day no word that moved him He went out in the rain uninvited and un helped back to his evil way and down o his overthrow Had it been a sunshiny Sabbath he would have heard something worth hearing But the wind blew from a stormy direction that Sabbath day That Gospel hus bandman uponItsday his great mistake There was another person in that Stormy Sunday audience that de served something better from that pastor than extemporized nothing ness It was a mother who was half responsibilityinbegun to question herself as to whether it would not be better to in troduce into her home a religion that would decide aright the destiny of her sons and daughters Her home byRorI he ricvtofthe elemental1feat morn aano had found he r+ a toclinrtaia hoping to hear something that would help her to decide the domestic question which was to her a solicitude A good strong sermon under the Di vine blessing would have led her into the kingdom of God and afterward her whole family The children whether they became farmers pr me chanics or merchants or artists or men of learned profession or women at the head of households would have done their work in a Christian way and after lives of usefulness on earth would have taken thrones in Heaven It would have been a whole family saved for time and sated for eternity But the pastor had ad journed the strong and effective J discourse to a clear Sunday The mother went home chilled in body i mind and soul and concluded not to trouble herself or her household about the future and to let tomor row take care of itself and keepon doing as they had been doing No Ji God in that home No religious con solation in time of bereavement No formation of thorough Christian character in the lives of those growing up boys and girls They will go out into the world to meet its 1 ieis situdes without anysublime reen forcement of the Gospel What a pity it was that he did not put down the manuscript of his well prepared ser mon on the Bible if he preached from notes or pour it out of his soul if he had lodged it there through careful preparation No He allowed that opportunity which could never re turn to pass into eternity unimproved He observed by the way the rain dashed against the windows of the parsonage and the windows of the church that the wind was from the east or the northeast and he did not sow or sowed that which was not i worth sowing In all departments of life there are those hindered by the wind of public opinion It has become an aphorism in politics and in all great movements He is waiting to see which way the wind blows And it is no easy thing to defy public opinion to be run down by newspapers to be overhauled in social circles to be anathematized by t those who heretofore were your friends and admirers It requires a heroism which few possess Yet no great reformatory or elevating move = ment has ever been accomplished until some one was willing to defy what the world should think or savior donut there have been men and women of that 1 kind They stand all up and down the corridors of history exam ples for us to follow Charles Sum ner in the United States senate Al exander H Stephens in Georgia convention Savonarola staking hisTlif e in time of persecution Martin ELuher fighting the battle for religious free dom against the mightiest anathemas that were ever hurled William Carey leading the missionary movement to save a heathen world while churches denounced him as a fanatic apd with attempting an impossibility J test IIthe hero of medicine carieafuredI for attempt by vaccinations to beat back the worst disease that fmote the nations They who watch tie wind of public opinion will not scmii It is an uncertain indication and is apt to blow the wrong way f How many there are wjio give too much time to watching time weather- vane and studying the barometer Wake up your mind what you are go ing to do and then go ahead and do it There always will be hindrances It is a moral disaster if you allow prudence gracesThefaith and perseverance than it does of caution It is not once a year that the great ocean steamers fail to sail at the appointed time because of theII storm signals Let the weather prophesy what hurricane or cyclone it i may next Wednesday next Thursday next Saturday the steamers will put out from New York and Philadelphia and Boston harbors and will reach Liverpool and Southampton and Glasgow and Bremen their arrivals as certain as their embarkation They cannot af ford youinYoung man you have planned what you are going to be and do in the world but you are waiting for circum stances to become more favorable You are like the farmer in the text observing the wind Better start now Obstacles will help you if you throughPeter thropist who will bless all succeeding centuries with the institution he founded worked five years for 25 a year and his board Henry Wilson the Christian commandedwith the gavel of the vice presidency wrote of his early days Want sat by my cradle I know what it is to ask a mother for bread when she has none to give I left my home at ten years of age and served an appren ticeship of 11 years receiving a months schooling each year anti at the end of 11 years of hard work aIyoke of oxen and six sheep which brought me S4 In the first month after I was 21 years of age I went in to the woods drove a team and cut mill logs I arose in the morning before daylight and worked hard till after dark and received the magnifi cent sum of six dollars for the months work Each of those dollars looked as large to me as the moon IrenryWilsonoriginal theblighttheiceinBrooklynever made and commended the re I ofIever saw victory over obstacles tiwosgwayi but sounn r j kept right on JH Many ofus who are now preachers of the Gospel or medical practitioners or members of the bar or merchants or citizens in various kinds of busi ness had very poor opportunity at the start because we had it too easy far too easy We never appreciated whut it is to get an education because our fathers or older brothers paid the schooling and we did not get the mnscle which nothing but hard work can develop I congratulate you young man if to you life is a struggle It is out of such circumstances God makes heroes if they are willing to be made Cut your way through If it were proper to do so and you should stand in any board of bank directors in any board of trade in any legislature state or na tional and ask all who were brought- up in luxury and ease to lift their hand here and there a hand might be lifted nut ask those who had an awful hard time at the start to lift their hands and most of the hands would be lifted The heroes of church anti state were not brought up on confectionery and cake But my subject takes another step Through medical science and dentistry that has improved the worlds mastication and stronger defense against climatic changes and better under standing of the laws of health human life has been greatly prolonged But a centenarian is still a wonder How many people do you Jknow a hundred years old I do not know one We talk of a centuryas though it were a very long reach of time But what is one century on earth compared with centuries that we are to live somewhere somehowten centuries a million centuries a quintillion of centuries We are all determined to get ready for the longer life we are to live after our exit from things sublunary We are waiting for more pro pitious opportunity We have too much business to attend to now or too much pleasure to allow anything to interfere with its brilliant progress We are waiting until the wind blows in the right direction We are going to sow and sow the very best grain and we are going to raise an eternal harvest of happiness We like what you say about Heaven and we are go ing there anti at the right time we will get ready But my lungs are sound my digestion is good the exam ining physician of the life insurance company says my heart beats just the right number Of times a minute and I am cautious about sitting in a draf and I observe all the laws of hygene and my father and mother lived to be very old and I come of a longlived family So we adjourn and postpone until like the farmer suggested by my text we allow the seedtime to pass and sudden pneumonia or a reck less bicycle or an ungoverried automo bile puts us out of life with all its mag nificent opportunities of deciding aright the question of everlasting residence A Spanish proverb says The road of By and By leads tP the town of sever Whether in your life it is a south wind or an east wind that is now blowing do you not feel like saying This whole subject I now decide Lord God through Thy Son Jesus Christ my Saviour I am Thine for ever I throw myself reckless of everything else into the fathomless ocean of Thy mercy But says someone in a frivolous and rollicking way I am not like the farmer you find in your text I do not watch the wind What do I care about the weather vane I am sowing now What are you sowing my brother Are you sowing evil habits Are you sowing infidel and atheistic beliefs Are you sowing hatreds revenges discontents un clean thoughts or unclean actions jlf so you will raise a big cropa very big crop The farmer sometimes plants things that do not come up and he has to plant them over again limit those evil things that you have planted will take root and come up in harvest of disappointment in harvest of pain in harvest of despair in harvest of lire Go right through som of the the unhappy homes of Wash ington and New York and all the cities anti through the hospitals and penitentiaries and you will find stacked up piled together the sheaves of such an awful harvest Hosea one of the first of all the writ ing prophets although four of the other prophets arc put before him in the canon of Scripture wrote an astounding metaphor that may bo quoted as descriptive of those who do evil They have sown the wind and they shall reap the whilwind Someone has said Children may bo strangled but deeds newer There are other persons who truthfully say I am doing the best I can The clouds are thick and the wind blows the wrong way but I am sowing prayers and sowing kind nesses and sowing helpfulness and sowing hopes of a better world Good for you my brother my sister What you plant will come up What you sow will rise into a harvest the wealth of which you will not know until you go up higher I hear the rustling of your harvest in the bright fields of Heaven The soft gales of that Land as they pass bend the full headed grain in curves of beauty It is golden in the light of a sun that never sets As you pass in you will not have to gird on the sickle for the reaping and there will be nothing to remind you of weary husbandmen toiling under hot summer sunon earth and lying down under the shadow of the treeat noontide so tired were they so very tired No no your harvest will be reaped with out any toil of your hands without any besweating of your brow Christ in one of His sermons told how your harvest will be gathered when Hi said The reapers are the angels What We Ought to Do J lgokor judgmentand ecperiezn I our routs J c Delay Are DaBgereH There who acquire the habit of never doing today anything that can be put off till tomorrow must suffer the consequences of their folly even though unwilling to ae WDanenhowerH Palmers Lotion has completely cured an eruption on my left arm of over five years standing which was caused by an mju and from which I could get no relief This man lived in tbe city where Palmers smiffering be had for the asking If you cannot pro cure ittend to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl street York for samples of Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap 0Horrible Combination What a sawing of time and other thin there would be remarked the Observer of Events and Things if a man could take hi first ocean voyage and his first moke at th same time Y onker Statesman 0Low Rates via B S 0 SW to 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