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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 u I T t11 h TI THE HICO- LDEST I M N COURIERT Ip NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKYI ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNT Y KY JULY 5 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 32 d Sssis iSIssssss isSS111- A I I Greatt7 I i Summer toii Selling Event EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS TO STIMULATE BUSINESS AND J KEEP SELLING BRISK4vV A MERCILESS SLAUGHTER OF ALL SUMMER GOODS Thousands of yards of Colored Wash Goods Lawns White Goods Shirtings Table Linens Embroideries Laces Ribboni pIn fact7 any and everything you mayneed or can use nqv 4j- r a mere trifle in comparison to their worth 1 I i I yrj 4to flTHIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU i MAY HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR DONT MISS ITi I 0 r 1 10 I 11 1 III I rhIl l I I IIIfI t Licil and Personal I How did you spend the 9thr i Read the council proceedings i Miss Nettie Beckman is visiting friends in Nashville Tenn An electric car line between Paducah and Wickliffe is being agitatedI G D Corsets in all styles atSHAWS Services at the Christian church Sun day morning by Dr A S Dabney Tab race in the Mississippi at Hick man by the expert corps July 17 W Wool Skallies in light and colors at- AMBERG 5c 1 SII riptonCoTenn I p I Hickman uses over 100000 gallons ofjj water from the water works in 24 hours Root Weatherly and Hugo Fethe are expected home from the Philippines today or tomorrowIMiss Jessie Isler returned home Wed nesday after several weeks visit to rel atives in Paducah- Hickaiaa wheat buyers have been paying 57 and 58c the past week but future prices uncertain A Urge Kanber of Hicksanites cel ettrasedUl84t1i at Uakw City Fmlton and oa flshiag expeditions Prof RW Buck haa returned from Meraphk and leas opened up his oldl bmiMBB on Clinton Street t Mr H C Barrett of Brinson Ga is visiting in Hickman and will re main here a mouth or so Mrs Nettie King Holcombe is visit ClintoKFulton Tuesdavfor eral weeks stay with a Louisville party E G Lowe and wife nee Miss Irvine of San Antonio Tex are visiting Mr Alonzo Leet and other relatives in thi countyPOUNDA silverhandlegill Cowsrills and pay cost of this ad vertisement 1Capt Andrew Lawson whose friends restdentsman Tuesday Mr Ueo Bucks gasoline yacht was I Wednesdaynightful little boat the Dove was also stolen LaundryInVesternyou 25 per CuffsShoeOscar James a 14 year old son of J Fulton easy about him says the Fulton Lead erSee the wheat sam + Jles in Couriers 01L rt giventreeSTOREII lightninbolt r were fishing and sought shelter from aIf I shantywas I RtruckII Batist regular appointed place m the Laclede Build Sunday SleepyHoUowsaddle pockets containln a Smith Wesson pistol hinder will be liberally rewarded F S MOORE Texas expects to have 710 miles of railroad completed by the end of th I year more than twice the amount lei 1 since January 1 1901 That is some 1 thing on the lightning express order j Big line of Remnants in Lawn and Dimities cheap AMBERGS withthehave a steamboat excursion to Hickman today They will arrive here about m A fine band accompanies the e cursionists willbeSaturdayAMBERGS The corrected report of the fire last week at Mayfield gives 33 residences 7 tobacco rehandling houses 2 groceriesi 2 hogshead factories etc destroyed amounting to f150000 and 00000 in surance A e M T GREAT o CUT PRICE SALE i i t e THE TOPS ARE CUT t From all prices throughout the storeand the cut ranges from onefourth down to onethird off ordinary debcrease in VALUES but an enormous shrinkage in the SELLING PRICES t Note these reduced prices LAWNSJ G and 10 cents worth 10 and 15 cents DI M ITI ES 10 and 15 cents worth 15 and 25 cents R 1 IISH1 DIMITY 15 and 20 cents worth 20 and 25 cents SILKI GlNHAMSaI cents worth 35 cents V Just received a nice line of Mercerize Chambray which I am selling veryT cheap A good lot of Ladies and Childrens Slippers at cost h liens Laundered Shirts at 39 cents worth ODe L D SIMMONS frtBUCHANANS OLD STAND z t MnryWI1sI fire Thursday evening 01 last week I was Ilaeved for only 5600 There was ihsiiraneeon the furniture and jj headquarterslatelyYMrYII I Courier with specimens of petrified oysters aid coquinaa Florida building material1 curiosities to people of this sectioaj which you can see in the Couriers t o windows fj Princeton Chronicle was marfiSoTiE Memphis Saturday to Miss Ivy May Conway of Princeton Miss Conway started to Texas on it lengthy visit but J Mr McGregor followed to Memphis and 1 persuaded her to forego the Texas trip and embark with him on the matrimonial iIIjj sea iiII The Sheller meeting at Mt Hermon I will begin next Sunday morning at 11c oclock Elder Sheffer will preach hisIfirst sermon Monday night as he willJJ have to till his pulpit in Memphis Sun I day and Sunday night There is a large crowd expected from Union City they intend bringing their dinners and 1 staying over and hearing both sermons I uud return on the 1030 train at night All are cordially inyited to come II MedicineIII A Good Cough 1 Many thousands have been restored I to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If afflicted with any throat or lung trouble give it a fair trial for it is sure to proveI beneficial Coughs that have resisted I all other treatment foryears have yieldII ed to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been per manetly cured by its use For sale by i Cowgill i Cowgill druggists J N ORN BEA KJJj Hornbeak Tenn July 2 MsssrsMill j banks and Grimmet are engaged in the well digging busiues Mr and Mrs P Williams entertained u few friends nd relatives last Miss Lolo Posy re ofgGates has gone into the grocery busi ness hereRev Walker preached last Sunday at the Baptist church Very little news this week dry weather and plenty of dust water hauling chief occupation MADAM GRCXDY TRIAL TODAY Lawrence Robb the young man ar rested in Fulton last Saturday charged with stealing a horse in Kankakee Ill will be tried in Mayfield today on a writ of habeas corpus The Illinois Sheriff came to Fulton armed with re quisition to carry Robb back to Illinois but Robbs attorneys deny that he is the man and resort to habeas corpus The identificationdas swear that he was in Charleston Mo at the tiaie of the stealing and Robb himself swears that he never was in Kankakee Illinois Heartbarii When the quantity of ood taken is Hsoo by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Mas ticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when ypu feel a fullness and weight in the I region of the utomach after eating indi eating that you have eaten too much I take one of Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tabets and the heartburn may beII avoided Nor sale by Cowgill Cow fill druggists J FREE BARBECUE I tednesdaJuIgI ltHi t j I Come and Leave You t I I Pocket Book at Home I 1 IIteAhlielceiaa jDt 4oldHa uargecueiI for the sole purpose of good will mu hospitalityA t suppliedfreo+ thingsforattend Tho invitation is to ever man woman and child in this sectio- at l the country Kentucky TennesseeI and Missouri Good music baseballl games and many different kinds of in providedAdl published next week In the meantime + make your arrangements to come haven I good gala day and witness an overflowr of genuine hospitality and good will IItDazzles the World No Discovery in medicine has over created one quarter of the excitement KtngsNuDiscoveryL verest tests tiara been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hem orage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thou- wads of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness andi Whooping Cough it is the quickest byCowgillisfaction or refund money Large bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles tree HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST- in Photographs If not call at Rose dales Photo Gallery L MUST PAY At Fall YaI1latloRhAatllt r Dissent IB a Vigorous Manner 0 Frankfort baarJ StateBoardStatebunksthem for asses9ingifranchise tax purposes at thetall 100 centaswas J li i s IiSecr t iryol Hager two members of boardAuditor T membertotedas tothe railroads and has tired in the rec lords for of the board a written dissent giv HeYstatenmakeIpay more than the railroads andthe saythisnational banks of it already re-I ceived protests from quite a number ofState banks against the action of thtboard See our remnant counter for bargaiaa in lawn AMBERGS Tub race in the MiSsissiPP11 atHIcwan by the expert corps JulyJ NOTICE 1 k sHL JT Kearby Judge of Fulton coon Attomeyyou ComiiiiMioncrs IHrole of Barnell Wright now under sen tence from the Fulton Circuit Court fop larceny t ED WRIGHT FOR SALE A good bicycle Homer Apply at once II T Beers fCourser Office v 4 4A44 I- iBSII AVVS 4Will Sellyo011It G FOEjIE4 as cheap as any one See them be 4 fore you buy anything It 4 M It 4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED 4 Given Free lt With each cash purchase of 100 SONSllTTTTlTTTT I f I- j If iff 1lla I 444444444i44444444444M11Na0v 04 It I 1 rt I L tif i 1 8 1E3 111b t 5 t- I t r m I + a i ALir r i r I i JIJt a This sale will not fail to create interest and will long be remembered as the greatest money saving sale of the season begins today FRIDAY at 8 oclock a m andriJconftimies for iwo weeks Every item on sale and this includes our entire stork is a bargain grin A clearing sale in every sense of the word What we want iskroom3 i jiirentiS WASH GOODS I j a These are the gieateat bargains 1tk i4 PongeeSilkI 25JC i1ii11 f 11o our 25 cent Wash Gritds wili go in this saleatl a y F 1ticJ 7II this includes many icw and up- toi date patterns 1- ii II- rk 20 cent quality at Inc r 15 cent quality at 12c 12 cent quality at lOc f 10 cent quality at SeII 09cSc O Sc H 5c ntiilitt 3c j 1 Big line of remnants in Lawns that the prices are too low to name 5 Shirt Waists 5 200 quality at SlSO 150 quality at 100 1 07cr75c quality at 50c 50c quality at j J5cr Shoes and Oxfords I Allnewaxfords will go in this sale at cost 250 Oxfrdnow at 185 225It ce 370f- o 00II tt c 155 175c c n 120 I 150lC tr L15 1I 120 u H ce 9 v 109J jjta ii1 J t Going to change our line of if Sbr a fSr 4 ft jSi shoes and yeryF pairfi we have on i v t ga e greatrreduction in order to get our stock in shape for new li- neiTHbbOf f Lara srHp1se cutfrom 50fo39e- r hM 1cut from 40 to 29c Good bicycle hose per pair IOC 4 UIIlDrollas Unprecedented values will be offered Dont miss them Ladies 26 inch mercerize umbrella with steelrod worth 125 nowJOe I CA11 N rJsiWe are Offe- ringBARGAINS I j IN ALL GOODS It iih w 0 4tIN5 BOYS KNEE PANT SUITS I WeroSo 8350 and 250 Now go at ZM JS 2and 16J t it it f v I Waists In White and Colored Lawns 1 regular prices 50c to 250 v go at 25e to 125 IIno IMtif J I Lawns Mr i jt f Wash Dress Skirts t t Fancy Silk Atreduced prices at iI i r Ir 4r W2rs i P k j l c 1 o t c BALTZER b DODDS J 0 7 f H I 1 We guarantee every R Ss Gcorset to give satisfactory wear Old Corsets1 i100 quality at 75c 75c quality at 60c 50c quality at 35c S aSheets 85 sheetscentWASH SKIRTS f Navy Duck and Linen skirts well tailored and trimmed only 45CTS I Window shades in all colors plain and fringe all fixtures complete 20C 1 urtainst t I rutaleI T OITX CORRUPTIONS if 111citynot corrupt irrespective of party affilia tion of those in power Tammany Hall Democrat has most generally been intcontrol of New York City and from time to time most terrible corruptions have developed Philadelphia is equal ly as strong Republican and the cor ruptions there developed are astonish j ing In New York Tilden democrat overwhelmed Tammany by his honesty and ability and thereby caused himself to be elected President and now it may be that John Waimamaker Republican may play the same role as to corruptions in Philadelphia DEATH OF R S ROBERTS Mr R S Roberts died at his home in JTheJ j oer the death of this worthy and honorable young man always upright courteous polite and affable in his bus ipessi and social relatives HecR coilIfF I nected with the busmessihoase of Bal o busInesi fideuce of his employers and the pub lie and had the solid friendship of nil promJiseHe leaves a wife and one bright sweet beautiful little child an aged father and mother and many relatives to mourn his loss t I GOOD ROADS r K Htck j IssocIatleB E ffecteaf Y Z to The Kentucky Good Roads 1sscia tion effected a permanent organization Ion B Nail of Louisville state com missioner of agriculture was electedl president A constitution and by lawsI were adopted and the work of thnR tional association indorsed in the warmest I terms The resolutions declare that follewefolloweddl tarn section of the state was cited 8agarden spot for good roads object las= comingfromhis plea delegate Uahill of Knox county said in conclusion If you give ue good roads we will be good We wont fightany more If l give us roads to build there will be i pullingis we want is roads U i v Lexiagton was selected as eptaceII totaxedbe rUse Butterick Patterns in makingI PJheyareti I f Y Domestic4cGood quality L L tcNew line of good prints ate Good quality pearl buttons5c Lot of old style buttons1Cper 5cGood Linen Handkerchiefs only eachIcPalm Leaf Faust r Belts 75 cent quality for 50 cents BO cent quality for 35 cuts 26 cent quality for 15 cen- tsEmbroideries 10eryC LaceI 5cheSoaps soapsI Tub race iu tho Mississippi at Hick uu by the expert corps July 17 NOTICE H M Kearby Judge of Fulton coon and H F Remley County Attorney you are hereby notified that I will ape ply to the Board of Prison Commissioners on the 15th of July 1901 for the parole of Barnell Wright now under sen tence from the Fulton Circuit Court for larceny ED WRIGHT +Heartburn When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quantity too rich heartburn is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and notI too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the itouiach after eating indi that you have eaten too much one of Chamberlains StQrnachnnd liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For solo by Cowgill Cow gill f o LINE M5 Tom Ryaler spent Sundalin Dresden Tenn iSoyeral of our boys went to Fulton Thursday to help celebrate the 4th of JulywMiss Lucy Burrows is visiting in Mar tin Tenn Miss Minnie Alexander who has teen visiting Miss Lena Threlkeld has returned to her home in Union City Mrs H M Shaw and daughter Miss Lelia of Hickman visited Mr A M Shaw and family Monday rtMrs J P Hayner of Paris Tenn aud Mrs L H Lockhart and children of UmoriOity visited here this week i Miss Lillie Maddox left this week to visit friends in Dalton Oa i Jt I ax STRIIEDUR STOLEX Ie tRim away or Stolen or vas sdrayed mine large plack horse about ten hands hie He has two plack legs two pee I hind and two pefore He plack all over his pody but he has got some vite spots on his pack vere de skin vas rub off but greened em an de vite spots is all plack again He trods and canters and sometimes he valks All his legs and feet goes von after anuder he has two ears on his head both alike but von is placker don toder and a small bit longer He has two eyes von is put out and toder is pon de side of his head Vm ypu go toder side he vont see you pelly He has a long tail dot hangs pe brad but I cut It off toder day and now it hat so long vat it vas Heis shoed all way round but hw pehind shoes camo off and now he has only trot shoespeo fore Voever shall pringhim pack shall pay five tollars retard and if he prinK pack iJe lief dat sthole huB lie shall pay twenty tollars an ax no questions Dimities that did sell at 8c now 5cV i A IBERGtSI r X Our Reduction- Clothing Sale on Should Interest You- Our stock was bought rightthus making this reduction of more value A little money will go surprisingly far and dont forget you will find here the most approved and latest styles We prq pose to secure you every possible ad vantage to do your trading at our store Hats All our Spring and Summer line re EveryJoue Dutchess Trousers Are wornall the United States I T pmIII The BoysShoesIIet advantage of this opportunity REMEMBER rBESE PRICES ICTLY FOR l9Hr SUMMER ladies1irt Big Dimities Parasols 12I vYILSONJSBOOK druggistoSThTE apigryet IrBargains QUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EHICKMAN BANK At the close of businejw on the 29th day of June 1901- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts less loans to Directors 813727607 Due from Natl Banks 8986552 Due from State Banks and Hankers 881580 1018132 Dunking louse find Lot 150010- Mortea es HOOOO Specie 3925 60 Currency i764 00 8 908960 Other items carried as cash 1 Expenses last quarter 146416 t 15944849 LIABILITIES 6900000Snrptusundivided Profits 15565- Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 9189193 lulls Rediscounted 600000 I 15944849 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly 6riu directly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and ac tual amount of surplus of the bank 6000 004 How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured By good col lateral Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank 00 Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 23000 00 Were all expenses losses interests and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the div idend carried to surplus fund befor said dividend was declared All taxes and expenses were paid before the divi dend was paid Our surplus has been up to the legal requirements for several years State of Kentucky County of Fulton a t I W C Johasea Cashier of Hiekmaa Bank a Bank located aW doing basiaeaV at No Clinton street in the City of Hickman fa said county being duly sworn says the foregoing Report Iin IB all re specta a true statement of the conditioa of the said Bank at the elose of business on the 29th day of June 1901 to the bert o hw knowledge tad belief aid further gays that the business of said baak has beta traasaeted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re portis made la compliance with aa official notice received froa the Secretary of Nothing to do with the case t J4 picture tat nothing to do with thi THIS It Is merely put there to draw your Mention to the tact that The iRtcmitional Tailoring Company f t l Nw York and Chicago have a strong use In their favor to put before you INTERNATIONAL SUITS art PERFECT Suns ant nothing further seed be said That Is our case and all you have to do Is i to put It to the test War Open tor Inves tigation and our dealer will be only too glad to oblige you Call on him and set our patterns teal the quality and get cur prices rsII Royal Brand Overalls of JumpIIThe Work Shirts are the best goods on market for the LABORING MANII AREuu is i11 State designating the 29th day of Juner1901AS a day on whicE such re port eball be madeW JOHNSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W C Johnson the 2nd day of July 1901 BIT DAVIS N P R T TYLLK W H BALTZER I Directors C A HOLCOMBE I NOW IS THE BEST iTIMEv takenWheand the myXicestime I will make six Platino Photo wouldbethis chance Extreme care will betaken to please my patrons Remember the place yROSEDALEJ the photographer nm ANIIPAINI t At Oowgills y t i titd shipwent Crownbrandon the market Cowgill1 Gowgilll DRUGGISTSe oj COAL r1 COAL r c a cePittstoirg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUSfifPAID FOR ON Yf r ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris fc Sonie j t 1z t jitjijif wr V 4 U I t I z 4 b l WJWlft rnIflflmmmm mmmmmmmm= nrl REMEMBER COUPONS GO WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE And the Cutting and the Slashing STILL coma OHT Uf THIS ova Early Summer Cut Price Salef- or the Summer Goods must be moved while the summer needs are here Heres the Prices but the goods should be seen to appre ciate the extremely low prices quoted 3C for Lawns worth 5cr t 6c for 8c Batiste OC for the lOc quality lUC for Batistes Lawns etc werel212c if i L 25cWask Silks t Cheapat 35 cents 25c Fancy Lace Stripe and Dotted Swiss Waist Goods Been selling at 39 centsF 5c Fancy Ribbons worth lOc Ic Palm Leaf Fans 2c Jap Fans 25c Lace AllOvers 10 a doz Yds for Valenciennes Laces PARASQLS at Heavy Cuts MJLINERY pattern Hats atHalf Price SI50 Ladies Hats worth 250 lOc Baby Bonne- tsEMBROIDERIES r I 5C Embroideries worth lOco t IOC for 20 cent qualitye iSf4 7k5C for 2 spools of CLARKS THREAD 4C ladies Vests A v i4IOC Mattings REMNANTSWash ass Goods Laces arid Embroideries Rib bonsfCIn pieces of all lengths from 1 yard up to 10 and some of them cut to ALF PRJCE4C YARD WIDE BROWN DOMESTICi GROCERIESi 9at CUT PRICES COUPONS WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE 16 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 x pounds Roasted Coffee 100 19 4 J pound packages Coffee 100 J I No1Patent Flour 400 fr W 8 bars Clata tte Soap 25 1000 Matches for 05 15 pound Bucket Jelly 366 American Sardines 05 1 pound package Soda J 05 vtdf20pounds Rice 100 k08 3 pound can Pie Peaches j 3 pound can Table Peaches h r 10 3 pound can Apples K 08 3pounpcanAprlcotRe a o t1 Pienio Hams 10 i 1j Clothing Shirts Underwear Etc AT CUT PRICES V t Fancy Shirts t Cut from 60c to 89c s 100 kind at79c 125 Silk fronts now 76e- t T Straw Hats On the sonareica they Koin a pile whe eyoucan buy 75c values at 4go 196 values at 9Sc GUILDS SUITS apiece suits were a5o now 5 5 l t i L JtJ 300 Suits cut to 2 5X00 Suits for S1 1 Childs Suits at 75l- j Mens Suits 2 98 Suits that were 400 98 Suits up to 7007e50 for i suits L RMILJNS With eye CASH purchase you make in the Grocery Clothing and Dry Goods rooms we give you COUPONS representing the aaiosatpurohased ad these coapoas you eras exchange with us at l say time ABSOLuTELY FREE OIL COST to you for Handsome Decorated China Ware M Bbowa m the picture These pieces you 4can take out piece at time a plate at OM time cup and saucer an I f f other or a disk aad so on sad by contiamiag to purchase your goods DINNERL ti i I SETFR DeNT IFOIRGKBT OEnS3 IBIDAOH R ELLISONS HICKMANI i KENTUCKY v LoMhnil Personal Read tke Quarterly Bank Reports id this issue j Tub race in the Mississippi at Hick man by the expert corps July 17 J W gonetoAll the Magistrates of Graves county attended the Good Roads Convention ut CairoIf you want a real bargain in Slippers or Shoes see AMBERGS Tue Womans Missionary Conf erence of the Memphis M E Conference re cently in session at Brownsville meets next year at Fulton- ThoMengel Mfg Co are contem plating putting in an ice plant at Hick man which is much needed and no doubt would pay well R 4 G Corsets never stretcnAMBERGS Three Lee Line boats are now running in the St Louis and Memphis trade the Georgia Rees and Peters Lee leaving St Louis on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays wedidnttold I pen We should say we dont If we publishall that happens we should soon be with the angels uptodatehysicLiver Tablets They are easy to take atCowgillsNew line of Prints at 34c AMBERGS Capt Will Strong Paymaster of the Engineering Department ot Havana I Cuba who has been visiting Ins father and mother in Hickman will probably leave today on his return to Havana Hal Dillon white recently convicted of the charge of abduction and seduc yearsinficers who were carrying him to the state prisonSee the line ef 5c Laces at SHAWS Ed Bradford who is charged with in cendiarism at Mayfield has been arrest ed and held for the grand jury Some expect startling developments on or be fore his trial as Mayfield has suffered from numerous fires lately and some ev idently the work of firebugs The Fulton Leader celebrated its 3rd anniversary Wednesday of last week by keeping open house good music serving refreshments to about 900 vis Mergenthalerlinotype of its life enterprise and progressiveness FOR SALEA good bicycle Homer Apply at once H T BEALE Courier Office The decision in the Reelfoot Lake land case in the Supreme Court of Tennessee has been held up and will not be rendered before September year so it id reported In the meantime Mr J C Harris has bought and is buying the opposing land interests and in this event it will make no difference how the case is decided and the Lake will be drainedJune proved to be a record breaker in the kind of weather it brought The month came in with a disagreeeble extension of blackberry winter that made fires and overcoats comfortable then came heavy rains a storm period and then a sweltering hot spell to wind up the month which closed with the mer cary hugging the 100 mark all over the countryThe mangled body of an unknown white man was found on the railroad track a quarter of a mile south of Jor dan Monday morning last but no pos sibility of identification He was sup posed to be about 30 years of age dark rod hair and about 5 ft 0 inches in height It is supposed that he was stealing a ride and fell beneath the wheels of a train E E Reeves Co will sell this you Fall Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Oliver Plows Vulcan Plows McSherry Wheat Drills Ken tucky Wheat Drills Mowers Rakes Plow Gear and everything in the ImpJei ment line Hickman Ky The Shaw Boys added another to the long list of victories by defeating the Columbus team at that place last Fri day by a score of 5 to 2 The Colum bus Boys scored only in one inning The game was full of beautiful playa from start to finish They play the sec 11Theypleased to hear from all nearby cities I Paduoab is threatened with a damage I suit by a man who was forcibly vaccinated Two policemen held him while a doctor did the work He claims they mistook him for a steamboat roaster because he wore his working clothes 1 I They refused to accept his that he had been vaccinated stttementII so had the smallpox JJnt there are a number of small pox eases in the city and tie authorities are determined to gta lpit out QnmxG last May an infant child of qur neighbor was suffering from coolers infantum The doctors had given up all hepes of recovery I took a blt tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt snre iit would do good if used according to directions In two days I time the child had fully recovered TheII child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy fre quently and have never known it to failMrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio Sold by Cowgill Cawgill druggists ENOUGH FOR A BIG ROOM FOR 100 Tnink of this 7 Bolts Paper at Cc 8 42 68 feet Border at J c 22 4 Bolts Ceiling at Ui 36 J 1 Excellent quality patterns the pretti est First servedWILSONS STORE Y ra y i c R Tok9 IfH IFMTEfo TO c CALL 4Nb EMHINE THE I InjST TOWLETIE i1fi ELSL Q MT LIUE F i 0 5 EW E SHOWM IM TMIS CITYB COHSIJTim 0 F FdiYIANr Perfumes Toilet Articles and Toilet Soaps ExquisiteIg Fragrant nrtiJ I EEdlliiSc I t s I POPULAR ODORS Our Unparalleled Garnatian Pink Extract ALSO COLOGNES TOILET WATERS VIOLET WATERS LAVENDER SALTS HAIR TONICS CURLING FLUID TOILET MEDICINAL A ND CONPLEXION SOAPS MANICURE GOODS TOOTH PASTE hays LIQUID DENTIFRICE AND FACE AND CREAMS AND BEAUTIFIERS MME ORIENTALLO TION THE AGE EVERYTHING REQUIRED ON THE TOILET TA BLES OF MODERN MEN AND WOMEN MANUFACTURED FROM THE FINEST AND PUR EST MATERIALS PROCURABLE AND BY CHEMIST AND PERFUMERS OF NA TIONAL REPUTATION- We have one of the largest plants for the manufacture of Perfumery and Toilet Articles in the United States and our goods have a world wide popularity sale We cater to tho very best trade and the very standard of excellence is maintained Every article sold under our label is to give satisfac- tionELYSIAN MANFG CODETROIT MICH 1J S A andTOILETgoodsREYEMBERASK FOR REMEMBERONLY L P eg W S ELLISON Co w t FOR THE BEST I- NGROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers ThrelkeldsUP- TODATE GROCEBY1 1 WITTINGS OLD STANDFRESx Goods Delivered Free Street Telephone 74 I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS EATABLISHED 1Srsrs TOM DILLON ST Propr Successor to D O lUraige decJ Marble and Granite Monuments aUREINGSTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c o Hiokman9 Zy STATEMENT FROM J A 11AUER FORMER PRESIDENT SOUTHERN NORMAL UNIVERSITY To my friends aud pupils I have consolidated my school at Huntington with the Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College and will hereafter be located at Green Ky The institution of which I will hereafter form a part has more than twice the attendance andII equipments that I heretofore able to otter at Huntingdon yet the cost of attendance is no larger It is located in a beautiful city of 12000 inhabitants in one of the most picturesque and wealthy parts of Kentucky There are three large schools un der one management Mrs Baber and I will do regular teaching in the Preparatory Teachers Scientific and Classical departments For further information address 11 H CHERRY Gen Mgr1or J A BABER Field Representative l c Bowliag Green Ky t J TOOTH POWDER t TOILET INFANT POW DERS ELYSIAN COM PLECT1ON POWDERS TOILET LOTIONS DEJOUX MOST WON DERFUL BEAUTIFIER OF THE and highest warrented SOLD BY trEATSClinton iuterestu Howling The Best Remedy for Steraach aad liowel Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all the proprietary medicines of any sots And among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefield of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfaction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form For sale by Cowgill Cowgill druggists WARNED NOT TO ENTER OFFICE Nicholasyille Ky July 1The fol lowing notice posted in the sheriffs office has created quite a sensation here Notice to Infidete Persons who deny the existence of a Supreme Ruler are prohibited from this office CBy order Jessamine Fiscal Court As there are quite a number of tax payers in the county with such a belief the question arises hoW will theyplirltaxest I 44- i J a r I l owe Will Find aWay and having found a way the home willbe the next thought ThiS is where we meet yon wayr IN FROM TWO TO TEN HOURS WE CAN FURNISH YOUR V HOME COMPLETELY 1 from top to bottom anti on the cos 5ast terms to you The very best Furniture tho latest and daintiest with all tin sensible tables chairs and ruplxmnls to inuko your home all it ought to be 1 UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Department is up stairs where we keep a compleu line of Caskets Coffin Buriil Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can lie found lDY time day or night MORRIS PHILLIPS u u o 00 o 0 c4c 1IBuilding f Materialt ttI 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED lUMI 3 BErU1 Windows Shingles C and C mout iIDo9rsaUd Hardware J Paints Oils etc ESTIMATES CHEKIlPUMtYl lUJt S1IEhtt f- i11 =l PEED STUFFS I Ifnyt Out CornBru otci tciJ 1 U P W SEllisonr r Buggies Buggies Buggies I for the big and the little tho rich and the poor We have prices that ai leach of everybody inJJ E E REEVES S CO Hickuian Ky x C Ttinscr Here Mr C E Smith the tinner thoroughly competent and skilled iis now J with R B Brevard Roofing oud all tarids of Tin Work Give him acall R B BRKVAED atN1f UNION CITY SHbn W J Bryan will deliver his f fainous lecture A ConriUering JTation Thursday July It 1901 at Athlone fork in lUnion City Tenn Admission 2561 Jjecturb to begin at 100 p m Special rates on all Railroads n jroar Millionaire I Lately starved in tendon because he i could not digest his food Early use of Dr JKiugs New Lifo Pills would have saved him They strengthen tho Mom ach aid digestion promote assimilation J improve appetite Price 25c Money J CowgillCoivjill Ya CEASED JULY 1st It iff The use of revenue Wimps on t thee following documents ceased after July 1st 12 oclock at nightfTwocent tax on bank cnecks Onecent on telegraph and telephone I i messagesTen on export bills of lading Twentyfive cents on Tftach X3100 do mestiamoney orders iII1JI On halfofl per teat n bond I I 1gtarantee I i nOu Hof patent medicines Thirtyfive cents on certificates of ij matter depositTen wise specified All charter party taxes abolished gumTwentyTwo cent sight drafts j Twentyfive cents to 51 on leases I receiptsOne for Custom house entry Twentyfive cents on each 81500 on trust mortgages and conveyances Lone eighth cent on each 5 cents cos metics and perfumery Fen cents on power ot attorney toII vote two cents on each S 100 promissory notes e aWhite Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the LexingtonKyellow His skin slowly changed color akin his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady wis Yellow Jauudice II was treated by the bet doctors lln without benefit Then he was advised to tri Electric Bitters the l I Stomach and Liver remedy and h writes t After taking two bottles j was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 50c at Cowgill Cowgills rQuite asocial evening was spent iii in i the hospitable homo of Mr and Mrs S3 Phillips Monday last honor of Mrs Nettie King Holcombe It is ueelessto attempt to express the enjoyment th evening by one and all As Miss Ins f is noted for a charming entertainer an t hostess Mrs Holcombe will be remem tiered as one of Olintons girls some son7 en rears agoChnton Democrat J t 4 CARUTHERS fl BAKERY AND r CONFECTIONERY i I FRESH BREAD CAKES ANDII CONFECTIONERIESI I CLINTON STIIEBI j HiohiiAN Telephone Number fEi flCJIIII Jt Jt JmURANT mI- Nltl 1 JNSUllANCn 1 A 11 TS OFFICE AT P M BANK i i QUARTERLY REPORT- OF THE HanviftlHi H D J I it the close of business on lbe 29th daj Jnne 1901 0II RESOURCES I I Liana and discounts f- lee5 lo1 aluII 5624824Loansincluded v r 733G5- Orerdrafta uaiecnredi 1027 Due from National Bank 252083 Ranking House and Lot 2 20000 Specie 156873 Currency Mal8WExchange for CltaringH 44521 j 020294 Erjieii ej lust Qrarter72039 v F itf t 1171915 98 r dlHrJ1 Capital Stock paid in In cash 200000 i2l0000UndividedDeposits subject to CIt eckOQ which interest is tf 4al fc not aid371fl394Du-oNatiOaal Btnke i tr 54158 Bills redisconnted W00000 So91598jHighest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or jirni including in the liability pt the company orlirm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such in debtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank 8000tHighest amount of indebtedness of anydirector or officer if amount perWcent of paid up capital stock of bank X000 J Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including Iin the liabilityTofthercompauy or firm tho liability of the individ uRI members thereofkexceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual isurplus No 3100000Were jforenet1profits foidendYesJCate of Kentucky County of Fulton + t J A Thompson Cashier of Farmers ami Merchants Dank a Bank located an doing business at No Clinton street in the town of Hickman in said county be log duly worn says that the foregoing Report iis in all renpectH a true statement or the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 29th dot of June 191 to the best of hie knowledge and belief aad further says that the tranrheig where and that the above report is uiaJe in compliance with an official notice re i designI day on which such report shin be made oCreliierernabyIA Thompson tJle2nIIIJ July 1901 H F REMLEY Notary PnbHcj I My term of office expires on the las flay of the next session of the senate It M ISLKB n BUCHANAN Directors JJ C BOanUAi T 0 v eFREE PIKHS paiddto the owners 70000 in cash for 57 miles of turnpikeiroii and opened theta ap free to the public f = = = = = a I ICUT PRICE SALE I IIuFurnishing Goods Department Everything in this line nust Ibe preparatory to a ehujge in our bQ3jnfts4 n UNDERWEAR PANTS HATS JJSUSPENDRS Hosiery Shirts nJ nandJ Ties r i UXDEIiSHIRTS GOING FOR ONLY 25c 19 UXDRSHIRTS anti DRAWERS fur 35c 27 5Oc u cc 39 10 cent Sox for 7e 10 cent Ladies and Misses Hose for iSe 25c Suspenders for 18e 50c Overalls and Jumpers for i nulle5-0c Work Shirts for lie 50c Negligee Shirts with two collars for 39c SOc ulIn for 39c 1J Boys Knee Punts for f 1 lie- S U Mens Worsted+ IIand Cassimere Pants S1G5 11 o 5Q I It tr t I 198 ww SOc Blue Cotton Pants 39 Scrivens Elastic Seam Drawers oOc 5e white and bordered goIMIsold Sale begins today and willcontinue until August kith 1901 Terms Cash RICE ITATLOE SiESTOREr COMEsUP STAIRS Having leased my dry goods store to TRo 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 tgoodsanything in this line very cheap H BTJCHA1TA1T-t LBDFORDI BANDLB Groceries Fresh Moats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement IfiirVe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please ourcustomera Our motto i isccUOOD GOOD 3 at FAER PIUGES Try us Clinton Street Telphone GGoods Promptly Delivered HIGHER ASSESSMENT I The State Board of Equalization which has been in session since February adjourned sine die Saturday The board in its final report gives notice to county officials that the assessments next year must be made upon a higher basis of valuation than last year and if not the State board will increase it when it convenes Eighty per cent was made the basis of valuation last year but it proposes to go to eighty live next time ITHE NEW CQURTII The law dividing Kentucky into two federal districts went into effect last Monday anti the ceremonies attending the convening of the Federal Court of the Eastern District at Covington with Mavsrflleton the bench will be an event never be fore witnessed in that city There will be distinguished jurist attorneys and official from all sections of the Suite to witness the installation of Judge Coch ran and the other officers of the court Judge CochrauH court extends over 65 counties in Eastern and upper Ken tucky Judge Walter Evans will still preside over the Western District 51 jOwensboJoj rv Have You Noticed The amount of tine Buggies and Harness that E E Reeves OOi have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye aro nd anti see see them It will surprise you but if you will call and look at his stHkof Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uptodate in everything in that line and sell thom at the very lowest prices Call aud see ns at Hickman E Reeves Y CO t ijE f 1 i 10 s 7 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR l r MINERAL LANDS ETCII FOR SALE- s StLouis J efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to iengage the attention ManufacturingSites solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every pnssTheall persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to ivingthemust correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling land to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted EBREWarS AJtentUTraffrx Manager NASHVILLE PENN Every fashionable shape of men huts in nil theifesirable shades at- AMBERGS I u i home each are are many lines be of values for out ot the usual Then its of afford this 4 r K 1st 1901 Council met in session Pres ent Mayor Councilmen Brevard Davis and Ellison Minutes of the last were read and on motion an The were pre and on motion allowed and checks ordered fo amounts Tom Jr pay roll- and notices 121 R T Tyler on Ins 65 of for 1901 GENL FUND ACCOUNT ro bal por report 428 48 To umt recd of H C 53 481 68 By checks in 281 Bal to credit this account 453 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To bal per report 851 39 To amt of II Bal to credit this account 75 13 No in and Water and Light account last report W C C T of Supt of Water fie Light Plan- for 1901 Balance in 1st 59 Amount 263 00 312 90 out 247 90 Balance in 1st Go 06 TOM DILLON V1 On motion tne of Water and Light was to an extra man the to the Power H use dnr dijyf Oh the to the Dray license which was introduced at the last was read and on motion to wit The of the of man Ky do ordain as follows the known as the Dray be as follows ont the or day an given point in the to tho line or from tho depot to point in the S0tothat said follows on license run wpgbiHn the arid In all fires when is run and MADRIDE KENTUCKY ln the ilfrappeariDg and complications of titles and on the town of New Mo holds the record exclaimed land clerk to Star The town rests on the banks of theIMississippi river and has to follow the river fast it on On the other side of the riv is and the river seems to be in the of Kentucky and had onco to make some investigations in with some titles to land and that where the town of New Madrid was located is now by encroach of tho at one and half in This repre sents the land that the river has for Kentucky in 75 years Of course the river the boundary line between the states The Government at Mad rid has proven such protection further encroachments of the is not feared and the of the people M shown by the of large tine brick houses Sue Didnt Wear But her was completely Lid den by sores and till she used Arnica Then as well Eruptions Carbunclessand Felons from its use for PilesI r k w1PtflIOTWAT1IER FURNITURE COMFORTS Items in furnishings that add to the personal en- joymentr and comfort of member of the family here r in plenty Prices particularly reasonable for choice r must clearedwhite the buying time is on and that x means lessening prices your choosing that are the guaranteed sort goods that you get herethe satisfactory kiolaOlI1 this eon r4lpled with the Special makes interesting buying makes opportunities that you can not lo puss fHeres plumpest values that will standardize V comparison ithicklyi 135lI If JCOTTON MATTRESSES kl45 K f f STEPHENS SMITH i COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Hickniau July regular Dillon Swayne Cowgill regular meet1 approved signedgfollowing accounts seated properly approved issued I I I Dillon street I serving 8 10 I 2 premium 2 I Report City Treasurer June May Helm 20 paid June 58 May received C Helm 23 74 change College Bond Bond since JOHNSON Report June Treasury June I 9 collected during June Amount paid during June Treasury July JR Snpt Plant instructed employ glaring summer I operate pimpatI fng4ie mdlioii following amendment ordinance regular meeting again I passed City Coqncil City Hick That ordinance 11 cense ordinance amended b striking words or from a city I corporation or beyond a city ordinance when so amended shall read as Thut a to city a wafcoa hauling s- s oj IN t wayfof property r t ship Madrid I think a office a reporter shore as as encroaches Missouri er Kentucky working interests against Missouri I occasion lthere fi connection found ments river least a miles Kentucky gained remains Dnnklin Democrat work New that river contidence building a Mask beauty blotches pimples Bucklens Salve they vanished as Infallible I is a means I prices j1 I TOP i a anr per year The following ordinance which was Introducedat the llust regular meeting passedTheman Ky do ordain as follows That bedmade in whole or in part out of cinders and that the use ot ciudeis in repairing sidewalks be prohibited futurertelephone telegraph andelectric light poles be set and wires strung under direction of the Street Committee On motion council adjourned 0HC HELM C O REFUSES A PABDON d oARemarkable Case The Fulton Leader publishes the official information that Jim Wiley con victed at the last term of the Fulton Circuit Court of horse stealing and now serving his term in the penitentiary at Eddyville and after his friends had in terested themselves to secure his par tdon absolutely refuses to accept it or to sign the application saying that he was 6able to serve his time out and be a free man Wiley is in prison for stealing a horse from the Smith liras citizens of Fulton county who live several mileifrom Ful ton last year He took the horse out of theirlot while in a drunken condition and drove into Graves county where he tried to sell the horse He was arrest ed nextday and broHght back here Upon an examining trial he was releas ed ou bond to await the action of the circuit court His next action waa to skip into Tennessee and jeopardize aw N bond He was captured however in middle Tennessee and upon trial at Hfckmatf Wiley refaced to employ aa sund fenced to two years ii the penitentiary Some time ago he wrote to hia fathtr interest men ot iatlaenoe ia aa effort to have him paroled sad after this had been done and every rod put fortH Wiley refuses the pardon v f o 4 t III0 q t- ir r- a f f V Y L t COMMENDABLE ANGER I Itr Talmage on Hove JBe Angry andI Still Sin Not J Olscrlmlnntra Ilelwecn the Often e and the Offender Vc Should f IJe ludlKTiiaiir ut One and t1 g flUy the ptber Iif ttr r 1ft tCcpyrlshU JOffl byuLoultt KIopsoh N YJ I rSA1lffi83fce and 1UnioulL dUty isTby DrXalmnge in this discoursu urged upon till and especially upon those gives to quick temper text Ephej sian iv ttiHUe ye angry and sid nou1 Equipose of temper kindness pa tic uc forbearance are extolled by most of the radiant pens of inspira dun but my text contains that which at trst sight ia turwng A certain kind tof anger a pkh1 Q arc uomntunded e xaostjof us hat no iiqt to cultivate e high temper and how often we say thing and do things under affront cd impulse which we are sorry for wfleln perhaps it is too late to make effective apology Why then should the apostle Paul dip his pen in the ink hors Und trace upon parchment after i ward lto be printed upon paper for j all ages the injunetlcn hUC ye angry and sin Itorr My text commends a wholesome in donation It discriminates between the offense and the offender the sin and the sinner the crime and the criminal To illustrate Alcoholism has ruined more fortunes blasted more homes destroyed more souls than any earl that I think of It pours J a river of poicou and fire through the I uutiona Millions have died because of it and millions are dying now and others will die Intemperance is an I old sin Tp sreoj Cyrus writing- to the Lacedemonians of himself boasted of many of his qualities J among others that he could drink and bur more wine than his distin guishtl brother Louis X and Alexander the Great lied drimlL 4hej parliament of Fdilbiglt Jjfl I i called in history UJe d lk n1tUrf1 liamenvt HughfMiJlel first sino I inason and afterward a worldre j I 1I iiownep geologist writes of the elrityk I ing hapts of his day saying When the foundation was laid they drank When the walls were leveled for lain thejoTslsT tUrdratilcrriVhen llfcbuifdiagwas finished they drank When an rupprentipei joined they Aank Inline eighteenth century the giver of an entertainment boast i ed that non of the guests went away sober Noah the first ship captain Avns wrecKednot in the ark for that was safely landedbut he wast wrecked with strong drink Everyman or woman rightly constructed will blush with indignation at the na tlonal and international and hem iLrI J I J wine out otthat condition a better j I a man orti better woman Be ye ant jgry at that abomination and the more anger the more exaltation to character But that aroused feeling i becomes sinful when it extends tott the victim of this great evil Drunkenness you are to hate with a vivid ji t Jiatred but the drunkard you arc 1 i to pity to help to extricatetj lust take into consideration that J t there are men and women who once were as upright as yourself who t have been prostrated by alcoholism It Perhaps it came of a physicians pre Ascription for the relief of pain a currence of the pain culling forrett continuance of the remedy the grandfather was an inebriate and tthe temptation to inebriety leaping I i over a generation has swooped on J this unfortunate perhaps it was un- vder I an attempt to drown trouble that I fwas sought after perhaps it was 1 a very gradual chaining of the man with the beverage which was thoughtII tobc u servant whenone day an j ounced itself master Be humble I 7iow and admit that there is a trong probability that under thlII yourselfmightappropriate emotions for you to al low are indignation at the intoxicant j which enthralled and sympathy for Ijjc the victim Try to get the sufferer i I put of his present environment rec i ommend any hygienic relief that you i luiow pfand above all implore the j i i divine rescue for the struggle in- 4hiclrso manyof the noblest and I I iIt t grandest have been worsted Do not j I ghfe yourself up to too many phil 5 opens abut whatnhc niah ought to j doneWhile j foe T ttilesttf of pity for the sufferer In that way I njunetionof 1 110 j I It s Therc is amjiUier evil then abhor j J renbe of which oui area called tojj j JlJi JanQItr18 on thg U1cease 1 gant t bhingr uaticeRelent developments i thaw that much of this devastation t is being wrought in ladies parlors JItTiii an ovil hick sometimes ila as jjolftc anil grndoiiMas it is harmful t Indeed there nevwere so man a peoile trying to get money without baggardII Transgression that comes down to us front tijasttfightfngall5its AvaJi jrSjjiave seen in the archives of the nauon in this national capitalliluge Abdo presadents of the Unitea States kept a l amount in his own Handwriting o- gaiand Id3es at playing cardsr njnf tags the gains and on th other th losses and there are man y t 19BCS Jr therdavsJjinvof na I vUional rfputiBifwcnOronf JBe hallsi K mm m Jr of con z an he Gnatcbambe ir otena he night in notonous gm ll1rsalooaaOme ff thfablest men f t I tT Ir t A t 4Mtnt s e Jro of the centuries Charles For got I ready for his speech against ahe Petition of the Clergy by spentlmg 22 hours at the gambling table ITV fags life of Oliver Goldsmith says lost coo all hisi that the great poet earnings in a short tour to seep the world Gibbon the author of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Em pire came to his own decline and fall through gaming practices and in a letter in 1770 said I have un purposedoneto conceal from you my abominable madness and folly I have never lost so much In five days as I have tonight and I am in debt to the house for the whole But while you are hotly Indignant against the crime how do yo feel about those whO wore fleeced and lainff They did not know that their smairioat was sO near tfie maelstrom Some of them were born with a tend eats to recklessness and experiment and haieagpd They inherited a disposi tion to ftmpehanee Do not heap on them additioual discouragements do not deride thelr losses Help them to start again Show them that there are more fortunes yet to be gained than have yet been gathered and that with God for their friend they Wl be provided for her and through the Sa fours mercy they may reign forever in the land where there are no losses and infinite gains While you may redden in the face at the fact that gambling Is the disgraceful mother of multitudinous crimes of envies jpal Wastes revenge quarrels cruelties falsehoods forgeries suicides murders and despair be careful vvhnt you sayof the victim of the vice and what you Bo He needs more sympathy than the man who came up from inebriety ana debauch and assassination for many such repent and are saved but confirmed gamblers hardly ever re formDuring the course of a prolonged min tatty I have seen thousands redeemed many of them who were clear gone in sin by Almighty grace rescued In all parts of this land and in some part of other lands I have seen those who were given up as incorrigible and lost recovered for pod and Heaven but ht v many confirmed gamblers Ii avail seen converted front their evil ways IVthotisanelf Ko Hire hundred Nfe i Pttty No Two No One No read in a book of one such rescued ji hosts no doubt there hare Wen other i cases but no evil does its work so j thoroughly and eternally as gambling Such almost hopeless of refqrmatiun ought to call forth from you deeper sympathy than you feel for any other unfortunate fBitjr by all mesas for those wlib 1tfpw eked add bruised among the timbers have nevertheless climbed up to the fishermans cabin and found warmth and shelleiVcbut more pity fUr those who never renTeh shore but are dashed to death In the breakers Be angry at the siltlblt sympathise with its victims One act of fraud told of in big headlines in the moraine papers rightfully arouses the nations wrath It is the Interest of every good man and RDW8 woman who reads of the crime to hate it exposed and punished Let it go unscathed and you put a premium on fraud you depress public morals you induce those who are on the fence be tween right and wrong to get down on the wrong side and you put the business ii- j of the world on a down grads The constabulary and penitentiary do their work But while the GoodJprison doors be it your work to find if that man is Wjerth swing andI lout were the causes of his moral overthrow Perhaps he started in business life under a tricky firm who gave him wrong notions of business integrity perhaps there was a combination of circumstances almost un perhapsI itII perhaps he did not realize what he was doing and if you are a merciful man you will think of other perhapses uselwillI ready repented and is washed in the i blood of the Lamb and is as sure of i Helen as you are What an opportunity 1 you have for obeying my text- You ilwere angry at the misdemanor i but you are hopeful for the recovery the recalcitrant Blessed all prison reformers Blessed are those gov ernors and presidents who are glad1 when they have a chance to pardon t welIcomesI the dying thief whom the Lord took with Him to glory saying This day shalt thou be with Me in Paradise There is another evil that we ought abhor labile we try to help the Jsfctiin ant that is infidelity It snatches the life preserver from the man afloat and affords not so much ItIIfc 4feyr been kindled for the troubled and the lost Let the spirit of infidelity i take hold of a neighborhood and in that town the marriage rela tion is a farce and loud morals give place to all styles of immoral Let iit take possession of this tarth and there will be no virtue left in all the worlds circumference All the siasI rebuked in the Ten Commandments i illsykindle the conflagration of the earth in its last catastrophe will no do as much damage as would Infidell rty tsn8 nguestioism 1t the got the I chance Be angry with such theories of unbelief and hatred of God fiSugliJ rthwiUlcisms of those who j theinjocularity Quote to them the Jbur flines orWhiitier bestetit e come back laden vita our tauttTo find that all the sages said sVn haiopk our lz ptAeramrel 0 flay a ligHtninga 3onF xp and flush invytiur cheekrand a frown o your broW for a dastard that non l blot out the sun and moon and starsI A iof Christianity and leave all tSings in ianarctic night the cold equalttbUhe darkness You do welt to b alfery bud how about those who harerbeen Jflung of scepticism and tbatis mor millions than you will ever know of iuntil the judgment day rereal every thing Ah here comes your opportu Wily for gentleness kindness and sympathy The probability isthat if you had been plied with the siine in ilueno s as this upbelle rtitCie y9prhouehe was in some Important swindled by a member of ttfictionwhose taking of the nknostlcbooksand mingled In agnostic circles until be has been befogged and net ql your Christian help more than anyone that you know of Do not ggt Into any labored argument about the truth of Christianity lie mad beat voii at that He has a whole artillery ofvapo ready to open fire It memblr twatno one was ever re formed for this life or saved for the life to come by an argument but In humblest and gentlest way your wlcfe autfducd tttt Him n few quits loiw Alfk him if he had a Christian parentage and if he says yes ask him whether the old folks dittlhappI Ask him if he has ever hoard of any one going out of this life in Raptures of infidelity and agnonticimtt AskI him if it is not a somewhat remark able fact that the Bible after so many years sticks together awl that there are more copies of it ln exist ence than ever before Ask him if he bnpvvSqf any better civfflzatica than Christian civilization and vrh therlio thinks the teachings of Confucius or Christ are preferable Ask him if he thinks it Hvoutd be a fair thing lit the Creator of aB things to put lit this world the human race had give thrin no direct comtnunica tk B for their guidance and if they did wrong tell them of no way of recovery I think ifa famous infidel of our time xtead of being taken away instantaneously had died In his bed after weeks and months of illness he would have rjoveked hit teachings and left for his beloved family consolations which they could not find in obsequies at which not one word of Holy Scripture was read or at Fnsli Pond crematory wher no Christian benediction was pronounced I do not positively say that in a prolonged illness there would have been J4rEtlrnclio but I think there would nut let me confess at this crisis of my sermon that there is not an in junction in the Bible more dlftirult to obey than the words of the text While it applauds a wholesome indigo nation it warns against sbfitl an ger And there is in all t realm of passion nothing more dejirueiivo than indiscriminate hate First of all it frenzies the nervous fcangiia Those people who easily flare up OB little provocation o into h hdud gsonlwthktsutflbzage u 1tltoutttst7tC nap you up quick hove ruindrtiiclt nerves and there is only oae thing worse to ruin and that IB tlie brain kivenitofrequent he is an unbalanced man A bustaesa I man of our acquaintance 4ntd f 1 cannot afford to get mad It hpru mew A man thoroughly mad can say enough in two minutes to damageI him for 20 years It only tookfivt minutes for the earthquake to destroy Caracas One unfortunate sentence uttered in affront in a speed in the United States senate shut forI over the door of the white house against one of the most brilliant mei of the last centuryII Surpassing all other characters it the worlds biography stands Tesu Christ wrathful against sin mcrcifuI to the sinner Witness Ills behavioi toward the robed rufiians who tie mantled capital punishment for ai offending woman denunciation forII their sinful hypocrisy pardon foi her sweet penitence He dhlnoII speak of Herod as his majesty got his royal highness but dared tc compare him to a cunning fox saying Go y e and tell that fox But I alert to the cry of suffering He find ton lepers nnd to how many of th ten awful invalids did He give con valeaccncc and health Ten Rebuk ing Pharisaism in the most com pressed sentence in all the votfab ulary of Anathema Yc serpents y generation of vipers how can ye escape the damnation of hell yel looking upon Peter with such tenderness that no word xvu spoken and not a word was needed for the lool i spoke louder than words And thi Lord looked upon Peter and PetejI went out nnd wept bitterly Oh what a look it must have been to brcal down the swarthy fisherman apostle It was such a hurt look such a be etching look such a loving look such a forghing leak Was then any other being since time began such a combination of wrath agairili wrong and compassion for the tribqtlitareth away the sine of the world Hear that wittinajweoverthrotvttwilling to suffer fort theft restoration Then although at the of textlIDO ustrfill impossible thing we wtltat withra rigifdbefore against tht which is wrong whip i feelkindly so andi work hard thaastilend aId ye aner I and sin not f i IGNORANCE AND IMPUDENCE IDAdOrgaThata Cunsertae 0 J That truststhedputbtthecle- ment of gaysWar y is lt9Pliftl lhe de i 1ti Yiudemocrat 10 tot in repnblkMU parts t f1IWfMV oJirr mfjrr m vorable conditions for money making than the republicans can furnishor they will remain indpftniltl orintoday This brazen echo of Wallst asignorant iIdtl1t1I an1ytI Mhtftitj gapbetween I and if the fliptnn editor who now j holds rule willrdr to it hmalearn Komethin to his aihintage I ifIi i I ugtiuThe htIwillinj KO the republicans one letter in their imptriIJ I t people I i The war upon plutoerac win never be hopelefd while the democracy ex ists If for awhile a majority of the people are led away to worship at the shrine of plutocracy and are willing to pick up the crumbs that fall from the table of Dives they will soon find their mistake the t1JII heti uniuQt 1 u go- ermnent h tfhe ii isiof the poBJ and any patty thatrttYthe real friend- and instrument of plutocracy and that npptl1J to the people to inn rt it is a fraud delusiph amln snarethat only the Sun gditoncpiild Belong to Put it is wall tohave thifj expos are from stijh thighrepifbiicani authority of whnfcjhe real purjjjife ant plans of that pafc are U4fg this iift I of U ing in leapte with thll1tO ira he was denounced as a demagogue Now he can cite this high re publican authority to prove his assertion a h n rSPfetlrllptlOTlPO Iu t toe i i i arc re yet G000000 demoeratH that havjj not wnrred or bowed the knee to the golden calf they have set up fn the Wall street wilderness POINTS AND OPINIONS Will Secretary tinge explain why it iis necessary to ship gold to Prance when he reports such a large balance of trade in our favor and the gold should be coming our way These shipments of gqld to France and ling land have been gping on for some time dnd must be to pay our debts A mutual BTflTniratlon society has been organized in tdwa with two members fiov ShaAvgroposes Senator Al lison for president and Allison pro poses Shaw The railroad corporations have too good a hold on both of them for the people to second the nomination of either t tto Senator McLaurfn Any member of tongress that voted or will vote for the fauna ship subsidy bill is not needed bv the democrats nor the honest re publicans for that matter Hanna and thGJ e jVrlce was high gavo tiip goods were worth The president is juggling with two important mater that will bear watching Free tpicle with Porto Rico and civil governinent with the Philip pines both are promised to go into ef Pprttt9- Rican matter ill be delayed a r tsernmeathilh Pjiil irpines till forthemtitarywtl1stilyL rule there1 o of 1 NillUp o the Altar of RutriotlMin and 1oIIUesT Tlnniffh President iMvfttlrr has In t11iMnasXranoutlcd and emphatic manner declared that he iis not and never wiUbfi e third term candidate or r4fdei pt says tilt lhitnJo Public tteM flm expresses his longbiaittfed bMJUMUJMUkC would not ac cept a nomination even if it were ten 1 lInUQJterr- V51 ills r ft1ff trM taneea require Mr McKinley to forego this lungsettled conviction for the sake of his party and the continued pros perity of his country his public rec old is a iiaraitt e that he will make the sacrifice IfetvouUnbe lrlieKinlt lPIf YhgganI ngIof the home market for American products he has now assumed the task lof prying open foreign markets for the sake of the great trusts upon trydupe 8UIofJconviction of forcibly annexation to i t w 1 TTi Ji 1 the iX ant of diet ating a treaty ofces sion from Spain and carrying on an un authorized war of conquest against the friendly Filipinos And though he formally and impressively described the concession of free trade to Porto ilico us a plain duty yet he used the poweroiItspotronage of his ollntrfrom the ravages oft Porto Rican imports Mr McKinley Is sacrWfimgi ble of shrinkingY fromtia the sacrifice even of longsettlct convictions when the occasion demands it r tY MENDACIOUS TRUSTSERVANTS 1 IlrlxewspnpCrsI Oalce Relic teti ztloHIfl n Defefen of Rubber Combine The New York Mail asserts with out qualification that nothing has b nytfttthcmAdvantage of protection to maintain high prices And this in its face of the worn testimony taken before the industrial commission which atonndingwhenlieiis a matter of easy proof that the steel trust the tobacco trust the cigarette trust thsalt trust the paper trust and others have all raised bythemaintain this increase if the tariff protection was withdrawn and com withttltmadvanced from SgB to 23n tort which menus an enormous tax on the rail roads which falls almost directly on tne people for it is a holdup of transportation for many millions The Engineering Nyow says that at the former price of 26 n ton the profits on this years output of the steel corporation were estimated at 12500000 The cost of ore has been butinprice has been sent up 2 The duty on steel Ails is 784 a the sellingtheEuxopeWoutdpossible without the tariff protection But the New York Mail is onlasample pf all the other j mendacious Theybeplutocrats and the truth is not In them 11 rl cT OLIVFe JBIacicsmilh and Undertaker HIOEMAN KENTUCKY A lIIIIAL when you wut GIVEME don or rep 5rluj Vajoni c Horseehoing ft speeitltj I aleo keepa fell line o- fUnetakofc Good s- Cotnuon Koiflwood sad Holid UlteL Vt sisal Cofin sad CSUl which can befitted up in abort notice and at reaioa abla prirei Give ne a etil ML Shop near the 1all1 LIVERY STABOPPOSITE R R DEPC J H POLLOCK Propr tlj First class turnouts buggiest surreys carriages safe teams c Customers Served with courtesy and politcressIPa tronaRe solicited Telephone 19 y 7 Cash BaDk Store 4 Splendid Selection NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY NOTIONS tii thing up to date fMARY DFS cC On CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We aro here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try mg to please you than wu old reliable barbers R U CAUJWELL WILL COlLL DE S JS DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowfiill Cowgilli Drug store C E EAKER t E General Stracers Powell Block Clinton St v M r wing purchaied the Grocery Stock of 1J C Bomduru world be pleased to brreTall old friends to call Fresh Goods aid Choice Bargains I w a W Ja BARRY CO AT BUCKNEES OLD SHO- PTITiU make you a Buggy to order Rtrpair or Painbyonc oldo e pLACX lmNG JfLL ENDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ji lj 6 J II F Reader Jee iii BENNETT fr REMLLYTT- OBNEYS ATLAW f t Courtsespeciallythe ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemleys in Hickman 44 t rt eIDA A sareee Lillot s The Bigi Four Route i V t J iIs a RaIlwaY System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Bulltand Equipped la the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of tw II BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day reqnlrtol for their operation 4 ISO Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars e 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars In addition to which Sixty Pullwaa Sleepers are In= Continuous Service on the BIG FOUR and Its THroujli Car Lines c WARREN J LYNCH WP DepPl CenPassTkt Agt AsuGPtYtacnwLIda =r Ot F Iahri t1i7 1 g1 1t i It p 1 I1j I JP t I t u CORN FOR THE SILO i d 4l 7 Nto Be Selected Shonlil De One Shall Approach Maturity i Before Front 3- a thAe f siloAf J cprn adds something to itsI s S hiS not Contained in theo atrial This n toe isI the grehterthe feed val- uofI e pro1Wt1tiJ1ttmto the silo the greater thefeed valfle of the ensilage will beSCorn should be planted for the silo but little if any thicker on the ground than it should be pltftrted grainCornF CORN PLANTED FOR THE SILO 1 1itis so thickly seeded that the sn cannot reach all parts of the growing plant there is produced a product f which is lacking in digestibility and which is not relished by farm steak A few years ago some experiments were conducted by the Cornell experi ment station the object being to determine what method of planting corn produced greatest food value Certain plat icere drilled in tlimkly so that no ors won d ti opJhers were plan lthtie tvs 40Jiche apart a d wit the ants c tied gethpr in the row and other plats were plant ed in hills from three to 31h feet apart While a larger quantity of produce was obtained per aero where yetitanpinfrU1tWhtl hj mb tvaliielf th broJ8caite con fit not very flifferent from the value f that A rnn on the other plat this estimate does not take intro account the digestibility of the various products The variety of corn which shall be planted must be determined some what by local conditions In centrallt New York the Pride of the North givesi very satisfactory results Whatever variety is selected it should be onef which shall approach maturity before i thicklyThat saysCountryi thet foregoIng advice TALK WITH FARMERS Ffce Man Who Wrote ItIa Something of a Growler lint lie Tell Soth tug nut the Truth One must own enough arm implement and animals to do his work rightly Apoor man cannot own horses valued at S100 each but his aciatedkMake barns more for comfort than for style but do not be afraid to flat up your outhousesbarns sheds and thicken houses so as to have the appeaVance that indjqates that a well todo farmer dwells there Build your barns with plenty of shed and imple ment room Do all the fall breaking you can If need be hire a man with team and plow to assist you Do not work your team to death Do not make the boys do the work while you sit beneath the shade idling away the hours and dont make your girls get out in the field to the drudgery of farm work Do not say Well I feed them for their work and Ill just put the p toradngstalis or loei ig eohf clt is to be hoped young men will see them if you do and take pity on thcuuur th n Vttrywere i manly111 1 gila friiatjrttli iem to re lieve their father and more especially to relieve the girls of their obnox to sp1rHtGif Olicsus sAd daughters a good school education if 1 1nothing mme Dont send tb1 ne daifaml sfopthem another better k p tlt yocn1 teAtimetIt- vou d tell you not to maltreatdumb animals but that story has grown old ever so old nnd yet the farmer mistreati his stock just tie eeftsvthen little and ed15 nJHe inn fit while ud 11kdoui itsb vice versaM Louis Merttns in Prai rie Farmer Eggs Wanted by Overfeeding The man who feeds three times a day and gives the hens so much kind ncs8fthattheyivillTiotf scratch or work but sit down and waitfor liim to come around at the regular hour simply wastes time tabor and food What is more he wastes eggs for such hens lay but few eggs because they are in a fat condition Of course hens should not be poor in flesh but there- istQ 21d of fee ii inglheujnorseathnn- they actually require Eggs are costly luxuries when the liens do not lay regularly and ninetenths of the failures are due to overfeeding The Poultry 1 Keeper e 1 y FV IMPROVING THE FLOCK I tSew DlctU1 to Introduce Xew AVltliotit Going to an Tnuccei ulIY ExpenseIj fIn buying need lJood4ne ned to use judgment orliiS Rscelf onejn tends buying eoj el1IH 1WtlIl purchased early 11rthe faenpou- ltry breeders have a surplus of malei birds and can sell cockerels for grad inc purposes very reason ble lIays a writer in the Poultry Herald Then if one has a large flockof common hensi and does not intend to separate the in the breeding season enough cook erela can be purchased to mate with the entire flock for if there are any mixed roosters kept 1n the flock there Ij mare liability of 4Jte Jens Mating with them than the t rngt mate AaI recentlybrought J malesJalso two of his awn roosters fa the purebredamong the hens In a case like the there wotrid b very few of the chicks siredt by the purebred cockerels whereas if he had purebretevery chick he raised would be half pure blood and in that way he would getting in the purebred mnles As it is he gets nothing whatever from them unless it is the satisfaction of buying them and having them on the farm Every farmer or poultry raiser should have a place where he can separate u few of his best hens for breed- ingI i ptlrpp 4 tipCtQ6SC seven eight lnl iltny A 11 the cgGiVAael for hatching purposes and then only one male is needed and the keeper betteni r progrelsinSome people however do not take interest enough to separate the flock for breeding purses In such cases it will pay best to buy a feetting or two of eggs and raise the purebred cock erels as one is pretty sure to get a nice lot of cockerels and in mmst case more than is needed when htcan often sell for more than the cost of andpulletsraise purebred fowl BUZZINGS FROM BEEDOM Extracted honey will lose flavor quicker than honey left longeron the his ra I f JW kjo t pjintlt ei workers will kill her Clipped wings will not prevent swarms from Sspg to tIle woods Xeither will entrnnce guerfls prevent it- Grafting or inoculating larvae in tho queen cells was practiced first by n GerlnanaplaristMeuring in 1S6S He was first also to use comb founda tion Moth eggs call for sulphur or bisul pblde of carbon The sulphur will not kill the eggs but the bisulphide will Either will be effective after the moth passes the eggrtage Alfalfa alsike and buckwheat maybe considered standard crops for bees Sweet clover iis also a good crop for honey These crops are valuable for forage and this ought to increase their planting Surely every farmer who has a number of colonies of bee will find these crops double yielder + giving both honey for the bees anl forage or grain for other uses Ella Henson in N Y Farmer No apiarist has yet come to earthi who can make his sections average just a pound of honey Last season I weighed every section I sold and not a single one in all the number weighed just a pound They are sized to aver age a pound in weight but the bees do not care for accuracy in this matter When they get through with b sectifrn they leave it whether the unfilled cells are one or five or 20Rural World MAKING A GUTTER If Yon Follow the Plan Here Ontllnp Yon Will have One That h Ali olntrly Tight Take two boards and fit them for nailing together Xar the lw r edge of each run the matching plane and cut channels as shown in the cross section at Pig 1 When the two boards are nailed to HOW TO MAKE A GUTTER gether fill the bottom with cement as shown in PIg 2 This will make a tight joint acd the cemtnit will not come out When putting the boards together care should Ja taken that the nails or SCrew are put in in such away bat the joint may not readily open Then the cement will keep the joint watertightN Y Tribune The Male IB Commerce There is a growing demand for mules and the indications are that this demand will continue and increase as time goes on Dont be afraid that you wjll have any good mutes left on your hands There is a place in the worlds market for the mule that the mule only can fill A mule colt will bc worth a good sum ir a year or so Farin JourcaL J Terribly Earned An ounce of prevention maybe thought a luxury but it often turns out to be a necessity AS is proved bv the following statement from Mr J H Malkmus o dew York City 3f Y On the 20th a June I terribly burned one of my hands a dull red hot iron aboutthree- iych I s lint threefourths of ati thick and now on this 26th day of June im cared nothing having been used but P lhierg tatTort EverybcMy should have l it Ifyou cannot get it send to Solon Palm etat7 Pearl St New York for samplesI cf Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap Misapplied Imlnntry Have I not been an earnest and coned I mamwho was about to be let out Possibly powibly replied the prac tical politician Indeed I nay ray that I have no fault to find with vent indDStry1I except that it is misapplied In what way + It has been devoted to the interests o the taxpayers instead of us You are a goodman in some ways but you seem to laFkI judcraent Chicago Poets The Summer Hotel Young Guest It seems to me that you dont object to tbe mosquitoes singing your room Old Goegt You bet I dont Why when the mosquitoes are singing I cant hear the titee piazzo Chicago Daily News Do Your Kcct ache and Burnt Shake into shoes Allens FootEase a powder for the feet It makes tight or Neu ItchingSwolleni Sweating Feet AH Druggists and Shoe Stored sell it 25c Sample sent FRED Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy N Y nl1tu11111yfeelshersetfPhilldeJphi4lteeonl +0 Noting is go dangerous a foe to ambition AB the flattery of inferiors Town Top lea THE MARKETS Cincinnati June 20 GATTLTS Common 2 G5 tW 4 00 Extra butchers 4 75 gi 5 2- 5CALVESExtra 6 25- IIOGSSelect shippers 0 10 G 15 Mixed packers 5 90 L 6 05 SHEEP Extra 3 55 ki 3 65 LAMhJ1springtJ 5 7- 5FLOURSprIn pay 3 70 4 00 WHEAT No fred 67 CORN No 2 mixed Ei 45 03RYEa HAY Ch timothy 135- IO1tKFamily 15 25 LA1tDStetuut JLf u 8 li- On dChoice 21 13 APPLES X w per brl 3 00 5 00 POTATOES Per brl 1 50 ss 1 00 TOHACCO New S 001375-Old 624 ti 9 00 chlengox A LOLltWin patent 3 50 3 60 t1 JHVT QS rect 64fcg tG 103 vpriiifr 62 cn 65- CO1tNNo 2 II 4nlOATS No 2 2irn i 2 k1ENo 2 4 P4Ji 4T POlt1 Mess 14 08 fe4 05 LARD SttJUia S 63iji S 05 New York FLOUR Win potent 3 00 3 qo WHEAT No 2 red 7- SCOItNNo I 2 mixed 477 32YzUYJWlsternPORK Family 15 50 2l6 00 L111USteam 9 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 71 4 71 Southern tt2 72- COItNNo 2 mixedu 46 v 4- 5OATNo 2 mixed 31 kt 32 CArfLEDutchers 5 25 taii 5 00 HOGSWestern 0 50 ct 6 70 LunUvIHc 73WHEATNo 45OA 1 POKK Mess Lei14 50 LARDSteam g 8 55 Iiidlanapolla WHEAT No 2 red as 42NUATSNo i lS ITHE TABLET BUREAU10F STANDARDIZATION la Which Abaolnte Acourncy of VLeIghf t and Mcaaurea AVlll De Striven Par a w dollarsIaPl1ropriatQ flit estnblishmeut of a national bureau ofP standards for this govern ment and the work of designing a building for this new new feature of the government service win be commenced at once says the Paent eeord of Washington I This ifata marvelous structure It will ba place where the noises and of the outside world will not be admitted under any pretense and an absolute unvarying tempera I ftare will prevail It will be erected on a site to be selected some dis Lance from the citywhere there will be the least possibility of the dis turhingn influences from the outside I world and on a lot Jarge enough J anyniI building within n distance of I a quarter of n mile There will be t doubles walls each on a separate I foundation resting on the solid rocL The building which will contain the power plant necessary for the operation of this novel department will yardstaway All these precautions artII taken in the battle with the vulgar influences of tho outside world ttny of the instruments will be placed so that it is impossible for anyone j tc approach them within a dis tancc of 20 or 30 feet This it to prevent the temperature of a human body from affecting their delicate constitution Tne windows will be fitted so that it will he rendily possible tn make the rooms M1cstbuilding a standard of all measures I of capacity and distance Among other things the new department will establish n standard electric cC11t measuring standnnl volts and ample means of testing all thermometers GOODNESS OF THE BAD MAN A Type of the Wont Whore Virtues Were a Keeu Eye Quick Hand and A Stout Heart The bad man is not bad at all He is often a very good fellow Bad is merely a synonym for dangerous The bad man was formerly the good man He tIs simply the fron tiersman whose evolution has kept Race With that of tbefirearmprode uot of the border nnd the six sho ter sa0 Everybodys Magazine Keen of eye quick of hand and strong of will hesihas that supremacy which always 1 comes to the man of rool1 arid ivir j henJdl personal valor every t hT excepTri societys latent and most re feed development The term was used i rather to express the feeling that he teas in the vernacular of the a bad man to monkey with bortlertt ern and control communities in which I vicious men were not infrequent where all were restless and the major ity turbulent the ordinary form and servants of justice were inadequate I Law and order required the assistance of officers who though enlisted t 1keep the peace did not hesitate to be a law unto themselves If civiliza tion was afraid to indorse their actions it was at least proud of the re suits of the labors of the peace officer of the border Hickok Tom Smith Patrick fihugrue Michael Shugrue William Tilghmann Hector Thomas and a score of other men as marshals sheriffs and deputies enforced the law made life safe and property secure and brought order out of chaos by their ready courage and good sense As Wild Bill Hickok was the original so was he the first of the class mouthheadachel ie 1s a stutter for the aUeau and ears of come foryoutlnjcrlchU i A PUBLICATION FBEE Descriptive of Colorado Scenery Health Recur Etct Send to L W Wak Iey Oi P A Burlington Route 601 Pine Street St Louis Mo for a handsome special on Col oraudegcriptive of her health resorts and ttfagnlfcent sceuerv containing the lowest excursion sates to Colorado throughout the Bgrnaidr which have ever been made The foIdervnfU be found of educational value to students and tethers seeking to know requestMention Great Scot exclaimed Starboard as they turned the corner the boardnfi suggestedPortPhiladelphia Record rsra Pisos Cure cannot be too highly spoken of ThirdAved JIJaxYou say he owes everything he i has to you Joax = Wor s he owes more than he Has to me Philadelphia 2 iCltcck CoagbM Cold and Croup f With Hoxsies Croup Cure opium 50 cts i ZS AH old bachelor says that woman is the I bitter half of nun Chicago Daily sews f i The active tool never gets rustyChi cago Daily News 2 liarsAtcbisonGlobe ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine I Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FaoSIralle Wrapper Below IIVert IItoII CARTERS I FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FIR SALLOW SKIN FOR THECOMPLEZION OEfIIlfD VTATt YANG zsidestrotstlretTSegetabloI vtac ADACHEICURE SICK H in 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured tr you take uproar hornet in Western Canada tbe land of plenty Illus trated pamphlets giving experiences of farmers woo baTe become wealthy In Jrrotr i till neat reports of delegates etc and full information to reduced railway rates can be bad na appliraltf to the who irlll mallfoii atlases tKimpnlcts i ItDdetdllned cost K FKDLKY Snrt of Irmnltrrat Canada M V MclNNKS No Mer rill lilock Detroit Mien E T HOLMES Booms t9doPNSIOSOD age dlnbl1Uy and Wldoirhoodt PI IIJ V So Service LAWS FKEE tn attvalitl a MISS CltUiU 0t HukUftaa If Co p PanAmerican t r m e May 1 to November L CHOICE OF ROUTES ViA Toledo =Detroit aJlra- UThrough Canada I Toledo or Detroit and LaKe Erie Steamers- or r going one and return another Special Tourist Ratest- o allII Northern and Lake Resorts JUNE I to SEPTEMBER 30 Ak ticket seats to route you via the G H D Ry D G EDWARDS PauenGtrTramc Manager Cincinnati 0 SPEED A highgrade tire to be worthy of name should possess four IIitJ rtues repairIIitirs ability tLeedeasy to war ate G c J Tes have all these virtces When punctured take off the outer cover re pair the Inner tube and go on your way in a jiffy So simple a child can do it Catalogue fr- eeQJ i S TIRE COMPANY Mdbasse5s lAd 1 JI BEADEKS OF TillS PAPER DESIRING TO BUY ANYTHING f- It AOVKIIT1SED IN ITS COLUMNS rr- ff IwhtATI fALLf J J I EDUCATIONAL iJf I IM4 COt1LGL Eight Departments Fine eea FjpenehowCatalogu leaS chartered 1601 LocUST DALE ACADEMY Ideal school for bOT L ataiea w VII rriIUIlhA N Ki 1872 V1IKV 1VRtTIU TO ADTKICTIMKUH plrlLa CMtatc that you rate the Adrrrtlllc- steal IB this paper INCHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS l NewRival J lL- liea ferJJsd Repeater IrsJst upon haDc them take no otbcn and joa win get the best shell that moctyem Uy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM C- 1Ot700 8 8S8 8ae ss i Reward i i To protect your health and our reputation we will gladly pay this big reward to any one who will furnish us infor I+ mation on which we can secure conviction of a dealer who tries to sell worthless fake imitations when CASCARETS m 8are called for When youre offered somethingjust as good its because there is a little more money in the fake aBuy CASCARETS from the honest dealer They are always put up in blue metal boxes with longtailed trade emarked C on the coverevery tablet stamped C Q C and they are never sold in bplk Remember this and when 4 ever fakes are offered when CASCARETS are called for get all the details and write us on the subject at once 8 SIX MILLION BOXES SOLD LAST YEAR I OUR BEST p S 8 00 a 8 S BEST FOR BOWELS AND T7fIS remarkable vibratfdns necessarily 8 btllouaebadoreRettlagehroalc Ionf taftrlni that atenaraateetil Q e8eee8ae8eS8 8B 8 VALUABLE folder Record IIYijEliVER Exposition riding It S88S8S8 TESTIMONIAL LIVERjilp f lOc 25c SOt NEVER SOLD JNBU- LKDRUGGISTS I IorAKANTEED TO CUKEi Five Te ro m the Suit 1toxor CAS ftClKET8Gar best tzitlmoolal We have faith and wI Itedor ri8 absolutely ruarasteed cure er rcfaaded Oo bay today 1w aIe boxe livewbemator J aedtrtal4i erstmpledireMlonaailfyeuaroSotsaUsaed- afer J I otlBte one Gee box return the unused Gee box aud the empty box tozus by mall or the itrarelit from rhom you purchased tt and getyoarmoaey todayHealth W 1 ofCASCA1ck 1S 1eokfobyraslL Adelr artatlaea11ii2AIsllotteeWeslw ae8 a sS 1i r J I I c T fj i 7TffI f l ti f J J 1 j Theflicknian Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher t r J1ICKMAN KENTUCKY L II 7 t I 1901 JULY 1901 ie tii rI sit Di= 1 2 f fkd12113Sxiii I 141516 17 18T 19120 f i i i i i I 21 22 23 24 252627 4 281293q 31 ii I I S v IICURRENT TOPICS The wife of a Greek priest had six children at a birth I The French government is urged to abolish the duel London has 530030 houses of which SC3119 are inhabited Mexico ranks third among the corn growing nations of the world About 500 people are killed year ly by lightning in the United Statos The branches of the Mississippi have an aggregate length of 15000 miles St Petersburgs cabs charge half the fare for women that they do for men Los Angeles has thirteen parks big end little the average area being 3740 acres Oak ebony and mahogany arc the three bestknown Avoods which are heavier than water Forests cover onetenth of the land of the earth and onequarter of En ropes land surface It is expected that 8000000 coxes ofjCitrus fruit will be shipped from California this season f Vice President Roosevelt has prom ised to deliver an address at the cel lratibn of tbqjidfter cnnnry6f Colorados statehood VIn a village of Gennany a blind old woman was led to church every Sunday oy a gandery who used to take hold of her gown with his bill Discouraged because of the misery prevailing among the poor children of New York City to wliom BhCi had devoted years of her life Mrs Edith Thomas a philanthropist committed Bu1cI cVI V v f Cast iron plows were first made in this country in 1707 and were gr ljy objQeted to fromthe- tluit belljsi the east iron poIsoned the ground and prevented plants from growingThere is still in existence an mire pealed law in Switzerland which for bids the wearing of hats more than artifiqialflOversa henry penalty Mrs Julia n Grant and MR Lu cretia A Garfield are the only two women in the United States who en joy the franking privileges This bonoiis bestowed bit the widows of former presidents The buzzard is a fastflying bird One that was recently shipped from f1the0 cecdedfin mal ng t1ietnp1ra hh in about four hours French which used tpbe the world language now rankslast being Kpo ken by only 45000000 while English is spoken by 115000000 Russian by 80000000 German by 70000000 and Spanish tby 50onO000 The Canadian Pacific railway has engaged seven of the best Swiss guides to conduct excursions in the JiocUy Mountains this summery This is thet jfbirdfbatchJ whor have been en gaged by the company Estimates on the gold output for 1000 nre 113433502 for the United States and 255921654 for the world at large First placets held by the Uifited States The Transvaal yield is estimated at 720SSOO Win John 1ierpont Morgan tray elBllielhas a ram of live most ele gantly appointed coaches at his dis posal Instead of merely a private car he has a whole train that is un der his exclusive control In the course of certain operations in the llehi ere park in Tunis the workmen discovered a huge circlq ot enormous stumpkof trees ranged around an immense square stone show ing signs of artistic chisel work A fine head of the Bos primisemng haftlieen dredged up from the river Cam near Upware in England Between the horns from point to point Is a diatnnce of two feet and their girth at the base is fifteen inches King Edward has taken renewed interest in golf and he and his guests have spent much time recently on the new links near Old Windsor Cns tl nekings sudden aetIvity in tile direction of golf is due to the ftict that his physicians advised more ex ercise for his majesty The Baroness BurdettCoutts is noted for her fondness of pet animals and at her West lull farm she has been raising goats forover a quarter of a century r orwegian legislators propose that girls who do not know bow to knit sew wash and cook shall be refused H permission to marry Daughters off wcaltlly men are not to be excepted If took a force of auditors a week to locate a discrepancy of twelve I cents between the accounts of the city com 1tro1Jcr and the city treasurer of Philadelphiain a sum total of 60OOO Coo 1 DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO Much Damage to Property in Min nesota and Vl con ln Rainfall of Xearly Fonr Incite St Paul Minn June 20 Heavy siorms with more or less damage are reported nil over this section and the loss will run well trp into the thounand3 while a numberof peo ple have been injured and many head of live stock killed The worst storm vas that which passed through a raiSe district south of New Richmond Wis It was a genuine tornado and did much damage to property although fortMnately no lives Were lost On a smaller scale It resembled the tornado which swept over and de stroyed the greater portion of New Kicjampnd two years ago Over a- din cfarmers have already reported j theloss 6f a part or all of their build ings wind mills live stock machinery etc and the loss there will be very heavy In some caies the buildings were crushed down and in other swept away by the wind while flood damage was elsewhere reported Rainfall of nearly four inches is reported there A tornado is abro reported to have caused much loss about Star Prairie some distance to the north of New Richmond Hector Minn report all crops destroyed six miles north of there by a destructive hail storm Bird Island and Montevidio Minn both suffered considerably In these two cities the storm was very threatening but only minor damage resulted The first through train from the Pacific coast over the Great Northern railway since Tuesday afternoon arrived here delayed 50 hours by the terrific cloudburst that cut the mainline in a dozen places between Willis ton N D and Glasgow Mont West Superior Wis June 29ft severe storm struck this place The steeple of the Sacred Heart church was demolished The rain was the heaviest in the history of Superior Almost every basement in the city isfloodedAnn Mich June 29A furi- OUs eflictrical storm with wind and rain and hail accompaniments passed over this eitg doing much dumae tc property Several houses were struck by lightning Tb court house towel was struck and the clock therein was ruined The roof was blown from the gas companys building Ligtning also struck a street cat crowded with people The incan descent light globes burst with loud reports and caused a panic anions the passengers Ono womans clothing was slightly burned but nobodj was linrt GOMPERS BADLY HURT Th Pr y ldent ot the American Fed crntlnn or Lnnr Foil Prom n Street Car In AVnoliIriKton OslQWashington June Gom pers president cf the 4F of L feU from a street car while returning tctPJ14tnoctors report thohe is bfftitiE from concussion of the brain and though resting easily his condition is said to be dangerous- In falling Gompers sustained a compound fracture of the skull The ac- cIdent occurred as lie was about tc transfer from one car to another Owing to his enfeebled condition grave results arc feared J Mr Gompcrs 1 reported to be rest Ing easier An investigation has not developed any fracture of the skull NANCY BANKS LINCOLN The Slonnraent to lie Plnce Ovez Her Grave at Lincoln City Ind In Sow Completed Springfield 111 June 2JGov Dur bin of Indiana was notified by Col J C Culver of this city that h J monument to be placed oerthgrave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln moth er of Abraham Lincoln at Lincoln City Ind was complete It is now readyto be turned over to the Indiana state commission recently appointed and they will select the date forvils dedication f ROBBED DYING MAN Chan Iloherta Noted Character CoiifeMNed to Crime PeellnJ the A nlnst Slim In Intense Carbondale HI June 29Chns Iloberts a noted character of this section was placed under arrest hay lag confessed that he had rifled the pockets of A T Cashier a brakctnnn on the Illinois Central and gotten several gold pieces while the man was dying on a stretcher in front of bidlyhurtis intense and the officers got him out of the city The Appeal Canceled Philadelphia June 29Dr J WH kes ONeill secretary of the associate society of the Red Cross of Philadel phia has canceled the appeal for re lief funds for the flood district in West Virginia Protected Ufa Innocence Birmingham Ala Juno 29 Frank Miller the noted safeblower and murderer of Policeman Adams was hang ed in the county jailyard here Millet died protesting his innocence of the crime and declaring that lIe vas being judiciallly murdered KdirarAit Coronation London June 28The royal proclamation announcing thai the corona too tion of Ring JSchvard is to take place in June next i1exact day not yet being determined ponwas read at St James palsco PPROVINCE IN R VOLT Villages Burned and Hundreds of Inhabitants Killed J in Organization of a Mongol Lara sion Ily Prince Tnnn and GUD Tnnjj Pub Slang Iteportcd By a Native London June 29A dispatch from cia Foo reporta the entire province of Sheug King in revolt JThe rebels are said to be over running the country pillaging and burning It is as serted thRlt in the vicinity ofi Mukden all the villages are being burned and that hundreds of inhabitants have been killed The dispatch says the Russian forces are not sufficient to maintain orderLondon June 2Ofhe correspond ent of the Times cabling from Shang hat says he considers the persistent native reports of the organization of a Mongol invasion by Prince Tuna and den Tung Fuh Slang to be worthy of attention on account of their inherent probability Washington June UThe Chinese minister who was at the state department said that he was not aware that the total indemnity was less by 35000000 taels than the amount China had agreed to pay and for the pres ent he was not prepared to say whether China would ask to be al lowed to retain this amount It is believed that the United States would decline to take any part of the ex cess anti that It would favor all the powers remitting this amount to China A BLOODY AFFAIR Three Men Fatally and One Serl ou ly Stalilieil Ily Peter Price Colored at laeccrrW Va Huntington W Va June 2Datc Panther George Hooks and F M Me Cran were fatally stabbed and Chas Davis seriously stabbed in the abdo men by Peter Price a Negro whom they along with a posse of other in furiated citizens were endeavoring to wreak vengeance upon for an insult to a lady The bloody affair oc curred at laeger this county a small town five miles south Price on seeing lila pursuers ran into a small room in the rear of a saloon and bolted the door The mob broke in and as they entered the Negro cut fast and furiously with a knife in each hand Hooks and McCran fell to the floor whon two revolvers from the crowd were turned oil Price He QL4gb31xbJutbefoi escaped lit laid open Das abdomen with one swing of his fnife The crowd continued the chase but oil cers caught the Negro and rushed him on to Welch jail and evaded the Ilynch- ing Jlooks and McGran were both re spected and their death has incensed the community to such anextent that a lynching may yet result THE WESTERN WRITERS A Ilnniinet Closed the Sixteenth An nuul Convention AVInonu Will Uc Next Meeting Place Warsaw Ind June 29 A banquet at Winona hotel Friday night closed the 16th annual convention of the Western Association Writers at Wi nona Lake Friday afternoon Wino na was chosen for the next meeting- W W Pfrimmer Kenlland Ind was elected president Enos P Heiny Huntington Ind secretary J C Cul mer Spencer Ind treasurer A number of state vice presidents were chosen among them the follow ing For Indiana Geo F Cottman Irvington Mary H Planner Indianap olis T J Bassett Thorntown H A Gobin Greencastle Josie V K Koons Muncie S P Thompson Muncie A P Zollars Fort Wayne For Kentucky Mrs W F Shulte LouisvilleFor Coates Kinney Cincinnati F F Oldham Julie C OHara Cincinnati STRUCK BY LIGHTNING One Child Instantly Killed a Broth er Will Die and Mother antI Twa Children ScrlouHly Shocked Pittsburgh Pa June 20 During a short but severe storm lightning struck a large oak tree in Rlverview farm under which Mrs W H Young and her four children were eating a picnic luncheon George Young aged 6 years was instantly killed Norman a younger brother was rendered un conscious and will probably die Mrs Young her Syearold daughter and an infant were seriously shocked but will recover Failures Fur the AVcelc New York June 29 Failures for the week in the United States number 100 against 1SS last week 1S5 in this week a year ago 13s in 1SOO 173 in 1S03 and 225 in 1S97 Heath of the Wheat KIRJr Dresbncof this state and known for many Inthisf fillness i He was known to shipping and wheat agedabouti Felix a Bankrupt Paris June 29Felix the vorlds greatest dressmaker closed W dooraIIn ban longlokingLargest ofrnncel fI I 1 SUDDEN SUMMONSI United State Circuit Judge Win AI Woods of Indlanapolli Dlea of Heart Failure ndiJapoli8 i3nge1WflhInnStates Sircuit court died suddenly early SiLturday morning wbil lyri aBod inf his apartments at the DeJa1 nL on jEaat Michigan street Death came while his wife was near his bed side iItffhe jlge had not been feeling wont e earij part of the evening but paying1 Sittle heed to the ikn sg parsed he nwtter lightly and prepared to retire Shortly after mid night however he spoke to hw wife and declared that sharp jmins lied seized him in the left breast in the chest and in the shoulders lie pro totcd against her calling the at tandingphysician Dr JamCiOn who had been called in the day before biit again insisted that relief would soon coiue IiludgeyWoods asked his wife to re main In the room with him A mo ment later he again spoke to his wife asking for something in an adjoining room Mrs Woods rose to procures the article the judge hail called for and left the room return ing only a second later When she approached the bed where her husband lajj he was dead 9y 1 Bun lipping that life might not be extinct Mrs Woods summoned Dr Jameson The physician arrived n few moments later but upon seeing the judTC declared that efforts to revive him would prove unavailing Immediately Floyd ttoods the on ly son yes notified and he hastened to the Delano Alice Woods the daughter is in Massachusetts where slfo wen several weeks ago to spend the summerc AttornY General W S Taylor and Judge Baker of the federal court olio were notifloil and hastened to the D 1no1 Dr Jameson shortly after the an nd ncenient of Judge Woods death was mac public gave out the following statement udgeJVoods suffered from a hardening of the outside arteries of the- heartangina pectoris Three weeks ago he suffered a slight attack At the time however he did not consider the symptoms alarming but cot1til1Uihis regular routine of Knother attack followed about a we k ago Thursday afternoon the pain increased and the judge him seljf grew alarmed I made a careful examination but his description of the symptoms gaye out the impres sion tha he suffercu wMh st5mncff trOuble a cautioned him to eat light ly 4ind t stay in doors Yesterdays however the uflge was but going abOut 11t business ftS usuntHe came home feeling fairly well ahifra a oortj supper Along about 9 or 10 o lock ht began to complain Mrs Woods gave him some clmm paffhe TJiis was in the nature ofa stimulanji for the heart lie seemed re from pain and perfectly happy She disease that proved fatal in Judge Woods case comes on slowly grooving as one advances in age I was somwhat fearful Of its leing- thdcausi of his illness but did not telljhnm BO because I feared that the cffMt otlle information might be anything lmt beneficial afafSKULL FRACTURED Lieut Commander Hall U S Jf Se riounljj injured at the Buffalo BxpoHltlon Grounds BuffaloJiN Y June 2GLlen Com mafider James H Bull U S N who wasHi o sedousl injured in a fall from the ovemment building at the Pan Arn rican xposition grounds on June 8 is again at the general hospital in i preqarious condition At the time of th accident it was thought tha his most serious injury was a broken leg Symptoms of a fracture of the skull have developed and while the surgecfns have hopes for Comman derajBuirsI recovery hiS condition is very serious i LEFT FOR NORWAY I ThelBnldwliiZIeclcrSorthlPole Ex I ItIOwDWill Stunt From p Franz PI JoBefland on on1J 12 DndceTume 29The America the flagfiiip ogthe BaldwinZiegler North pol3 expedition has left here for TromsoeNorway Theii BaldwinZiegler expedition will profiably leave Franz Josefland July 12 Ille vessels of the expedition the America the Belgico and time Frithj jof ci1I rendezvous there before thETt t1l1litiJofto yarioua points on the White sea andfembark 400 dogs 4IClssetla Braddock Pa June 29Charles Mt Schwa president of tile Unitedj Stats steel corporation joined LieurS Hobspns Sass Friday night by kiss ing B0 woroen in the short space of SO minutes i Americans Won London fiune 29n thee iifinal rouitof The allcomers doubles in I the jllEnglaml lawn tennis chain- pionLliipsat Wnmbleton D Davis- and QI Ward the Americn players bea jamolc and Davis by three sets ton ne I j f LlKkinlBR Kill Elephant EauS Clufre WiIt 9Ioht niugftFriady struck the ammal tent etlpbanterie Many persons rewsever 11 hocked r of a i SHE FEARS CAPTURE fifThe Empress Dowager Declines to St Si Return to 4P kig 4 pr g pr 1 0 Clioae Claim of the Chinese Men cliantw Co Against the United Stiitcn Government For Los of Property Shanghai July lMarqtds Tsnnsf JBH received a dispatch Irqm Sltiji Fu U the effect that the empress dow iper fearing a trap lo capture her ieclines to return to Peking and has aotified the grand council that the future capital will be KaiFenspFu In thtt province of Ho Nan TienTain July 1The city of Tien Ts in IS more crowded than ever Of ers of nlLiritiions are here en route lor their homes fuRl the hotels are placing cots in every available place Mr Denby who when the foreign troops orrivedjuptvaf appointed by the China Merchants Co to protect thtir property says the company in their laim against the United States gov eminent do not use the word lost against the marines but merely hold them responsible The greater part at the companys property constated of rice jvhich was afterward distrib utee unWrordlrs Trftn the c Urltish and American generals to assist thoi= e In need Mr Denby thinks the com panys claim should have been added to the indemnity as legitimate ex pendit url Other TienTain merchants say the company never had 300000 tads worth of property lucre It is JIint oflitlhat the ompany stored three boxes of valU4bte tith- the chartered bank before tHe trim bles began and dkl not withdraw these until October and that cease fineutly it Iis quite improbable nny 5wetmre left to he looted Moreover the place wastlioronghly gone through by local looters before the allied forces arrived Jt would be legally impossible to hold any portion of the rjjllayjng force responsible for anything but the rice and coal which ere used as a military necswty to feed Chinese coolies who were forced to labor and also those who were without meting of livelihood PROF BIRTWELLS DEATH The OriinthfiloKTiNt Died of Strange Intion the Henult of Accidental flanging 1 friciuarfl Francis J Birtwell the ornithologist are brought here by the undertaker who has just returned with the body jtralltt1aflOnlie had climbed a large pine tree for n on4ttperope voutd4roundhinee nt1 f e fore the eyes of his young wife and several men he strangled to death they being powerless to aid him Mr and Mrs Birtwell were married here spending Pecos forest reserve in Mexico Prof Birtwell was a Harvard graduate CRUSHED AND BRUISED CoIIlHioii Ilelween an Electric Qair and Two Wauon Loaded With Picnicker In Chicago Chicago July IOne person was killed and nearly a score of others ere u e 1n 1nll clhziit between ap electric car pn1rtmg park boulevarpand tvo vagons loaded with picnic ers Both wagons were overturned awl their occupants were crushed and lauiscd by the heavy timbers and the stomping of the frightened horses Both the motorman and conductor of the car wer arrested Nine others in thepicnic party were injured but not seriously i ALLEGED TRAIN WRECKERS fi Five cgroen Arrested Charged ltk Wrecking a Tralu In WhlcU- Styrvrai Were Hurt0 ConneTlsville Pa July lFive Xc groes who gave fictitious hanie w rearrested here Sunday and taken to Greensburg charged with wrecking nearIGreensburg Saturday i winch a jiurn Thersay the wreckers were discharged from the John Robinson circua and uht jnge bX trngtot- heirciTrain l he jiass I- lmlctl11wwreekq 1 I Flnelearls Found bttlJfallmanytinehilftF56byjnbfOkl Swedetnaujid iicmOu tithe elam bed which produced Ua famous Queen Nary about a month ago Ten Christian Killed London July 1 According to the ui1yTelegraphtweert Mtjsselhutns and Clirlslians at Gussinge on the Albania anteriegro frontier ten Christians being killed and many pthers wdftnded Deadly Tor 1m1 g n Cannon1By the explosion of a toy cannon six boya ieTMoses liller Joseph Kielt James Naerle and Edward Naecle to 4 J 1 Twa Her First L rei k girIherfa hugged another bundle of ragu weMin8l1jj to her stained dimpled cheek while SheIfjoyed allte joys of youngmoherho The bundle was her baby Tied with a string near one end the rags formed into ahead Another string about the middle pin duced the effect of a waist lineBA young motherkVhataUatkempt Lair of the child t J My doUy she said hugging the rags closer i Your dolleb What a pretty dolly And what do you call your babytii i 01 tails tI tails i ifI tails1 it Bum Annie f Y Taroe 4 S 4Mus4SIeep Avoid Nervous Prostration If you are dangerously sick whatsis the first duty of your physician He quiets the nervous system hdeadena the pain and you sleep well 1 You ought to know that when yon ceased to be regular in yourcourses grow irritable without cause and pass sleepless nights there is serious f J MBS HAETXEY trouble somewhere and nervous pros tYondisplacementEfainting backache send the nerves wiJi with affright and you cannot sleep1 Mrs Hartley of 221 W Congress St publish waii entirely cured by Lydia El PinJc hams Vegetable Compound her case should beta warning to others and her cure carry conviction to th minds of every suffering woman of the unj PlnkhamakVeetabic HalRat s lPIns 10- 0DAILY c I JT9 BuffaidAND RETURN VIA i BIG fOUR RROUTE Affording an opportunity ii- to visit the Rainbow CifpPA- NAMERICAN i EXPOSITION AND I NIAGARA FALLSiBound trip tiCkfffd Buffalo ana6 l return will be IHJIU every day includ ing Sunday commencing Jnn4ist at rate of ONE FARE plus AOO loOR THE ROUND TRIJL Return limit ten IPopularcinnati every Tuesday morning in Tune on fast schedules at ratef on cent a5 i mile return limit tW2t day from date of safe allowing two full days at Buffalo StopOver Allowed at 1 ItiiBUFFALO Niagara Fallsa- nd ChautauquaI I 6n tf kctSltoII New York Bostonl Jr w- if And AlllEasterai Points1s f I5Union depot connections in Cincinnati 5 avoiding omnibus transfers t 4TrainsDaiIy4 Hours Quickest Ch ice of Lake Ride between Cic clam and Buffalo on C By Steamers Callfpn or write agents hDigour for full information time of trains circulars of the Exposition etc II- WfRREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE GeaPaSLTkAgt Met G PJkT Jb J L L C eutlCLclnIATI Live Stock CusLlnfStockCutSpes1meBooksaatc A N KELLOGG JfKIVSPAlKIt fb335 West Fifth Street ClncliiaaU o M I t t 7 ft ewi a et I if i STATE NEWS ITEMSN rt tI GOOD ROADS CONVENTION r I Several Hundred Delegate Are At tending From AU Over the State Aildreiises Delivered Louisville firstKentuckyeonventiottwill continue through Friday Three tiCS lions forterupCJ1Ury mndebyIfMooreGoodRondKnight the feature was an address b 1L O Eldridge assistant director in inquiriesdtfarhncnt ton Several hundred delegates are attending from nil over the state Great internet was taken by the I visitors in the section of good rond I partII the gopd roads train mere it was that i j j the afternoon session was held The j I speakers aroused great enthusiasm I f In behalf of good roads nnd the Chi l j taro traits will be tent to other we tions of the state to give further pub lie demonstrations Every section of Ken tU J1is iuiiresentediitwtJntcastate I I goodII heIt i SUED JUDGE OREAR e I tJif 41000fi Duir From the tai settled Inv Iartnershlpt o I IMt Sterling lay June nThomAs- J Pigstaff of this city 1ms flied suit against Judge E C Orenr of the ap pellarjcourt for 11000 which he claims as a balance due from the un settled law partnership of IMpatsif fc Orear which existed since 1SSS until a feu years ago Mr Htgstntf is a son of James ISigstaff one of the richest urea in Eastern Kentucky and it was greatly through his influence and financing support that Mr Orenr got his start in the practice of law The suit will be an interesting one to the people of this part of the state and the outcome will be awaited with in terest by the friends of both parties here KENTUCKY WHISKY Its Production la to lie Curtailed tot SOOO iDolkt r and 1O02 Louisville KyM June 2B At a meeting of the ways and means committee oJ the Kentucky Distillers asso ciationjMr T M Gilmore submitted a proposition to reduce the supply to 25000000 gallons in 1001 and 1002 the Kentucky Distilleriessand Warehouse Co to be allotted 12500000gal Ions The propositionL ya ilngreed to till but two of tlie adsUllers presentsup porting it If the distillers nofnres t ant Thursday tqWhom the matter will be submitted vote for the agree tJditis in its favor Cincinnati firms rep resented Thursday were G W Harris and lloffheimer Bros Will Apply For Pardons Frankfort Ky June 29Dr W A Lackey W J Chiles Judge Btickner und other Hopkinsville asylum officials indicted on charge of gambling will appeal to Gov Deckham for par dons They charge that the indict meats were returnedt out of spite against Lackey and others upon whose evidence Dr E M McCormick was recently removed from the su pcrintcmleney of the asylum on charges of immorality W 31 York Acquitted Albany Kj June 9The examin ing trial of W M York charged with killing Ad Terry in the northeastern part of this county was held Friday and York was acquitted The evi dence showed that he did not intend to kill the boy but was aiming to IciH John Terry the boys father who was advancing on him with a knife The boy was behind his father when the shot was fired Asks Men to Wear Shirt IVnlrtta Lexington Ky July lIte L J Spencer of the Central Christian church Sunday night announced from the pulpit his wish that the men of the congregation appear in shirtwaists during the hot months lie last week asked that the ladies dis pense with their hats in church Hej gives as a reason that he believes in having common sense in religion LJichtnluK Tore Ilia Clothes Xicholasville Ky July IAdam Butler u Negro laborer was struck by lightning His hat clothing and shoes were torn into shreds anti two of his toes were severed from his body Otherwise he was unhurt Vacres Trlnt Postponed IlopkinHville Ky July tIn thej circuit court the case of J Diwlley 5 Yare charged with assaulting revv W K Piper pastpcof JJowling Green Methodist church was continued over till next term and Hares bond renewed y Cassidy AV1I1 He lRn Lexington Ky July 1Superin- telicnt of County SchoolS MA Cas- aa sidy will tender his resignation as such to accept a position as travel G ing rcprfe eiitative cot the African i i Book Concern Jlt l f uids I ITHE LAW IN EFFECT State of Kentucky Divided Into Two Federal Judicial Districts Eastern and Western 1MondayICeiitucky eral judicial districts iu accordance with the law passed by the last congress Judge Walter Titans of Louisville presides in tho Western district and court win be held at Louisville Owensboro Indncah and Howling Green Judge A M Cochranr of ilnysville will be the judge of the Eastern district Court will be held Rt Covington Frankfort Losi4uaa and jUifhuiond At It oclock Monday morning the federal court in the new Katrn dis filet was oM ned at Covington with specialceremonies which were witnessed by several hundred of tht most romiufnt lawyers and judges in Keu tuck and Tennessee A D Janiei vas sworn in as marshal of the Went ern district Monday morning at 50oclock by Judge lAatu at LouisxIHe and at 7 oclcxk a ispecial train started with Judge Kvans and a large party to o4njfton SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY r c 1 VaultgaudVletlm Hotly ouit 1 JUly a 1Vlien this effects of C II Church the murderer of Mrs Emily Stuart who committedi sukrkle were sold at nuotion a sensational discovery was made at the little grocery store It was found that a trap door had been cut in the floor junk under the counter lending into a small vaultlike comportment This had been filled with oil waxed paper and rags and it Is believed now that Church iiUciidttd to more Mrs Stewarts body down this trap doo and then set tire to tho house to hide all traces of his crime What kep him front carrying out his plan can not be surmised ARE IN JAIL A Main and Wife Arrested Ilnr Ivld- uuplnt Their Own Child AVhlch They lied Abandoned Lexington Ky July IHubert Mattox and his wife of Woodfonl county are in jail hero on the charge of kidnaping Some time ago they abandoned their little son in thin city The child was taken to the childrens home and from there it was bound out by County Judge Bullock to a farmer of the name of Bailey Sat urday night Mattox and his wife drove to Baileys place and it iin said J took the child They were nabbed here Sunday morning by Chief of De tectives Stough The child was sent buck t Bailey axe i Child Dead Another Dying iLoulsajCy fnliJ tiiFJ1C boiler in a Sawmill fielougfng to1 Simon Hart lett at the mouth of Georges creek ten nudes nboe here exploded Oscar Miller who was running the mill I was badly scalded and his two chit then who were playing near the boil er were so badly scalded that one died Saturday night and it is thought the other one can not live InterState Confederate Home Lexington Ky Tune 29Local confederate veterans have formulated a scheme to establish here an interstate confederate home The plan is to buy a farm and erect buildings of sufficient capacity to accommodate n large number of indigent veterans The fund will be raised by subscription Riddled Him With linnets London Ky June tIn U free forall fight in Clny county between James Turner ant William Turner sr and J 1L and Henry Barrett the latter was riddled with bullets One of the Turners had been paying attention to a girl IJnrrett married last week The killing had no connection with the feuds W It Shutt Dead Owensboro Ky June 9Y D Shutt county court clerk of MeLenn county died Friday at Calhoun of nervous prostration The county judge trill likely appoint It G Cary the democratic nominee for that of fice to succeed him Exonerated Frankfort Ky July 1State In speutor Hines was notified that the Christian county grand jury had con pletely exonorated him from the charge of gambling Third Attempt SuccessfuL Beaver Dam Ky July 1Miss Alia Itarnard committed suicide by swallowing carbolic acid It was her third attempt It is supposed Miss liaruard was mentally unbalanced Damaged fly Hall und Wind Lexington Ky June 29A destruct the hail and wind storm xisltcd Lexington and vicinity late Friday Ak number of buildings were unroofed hundreds of trees were blown down and manj acres of wheat svea ren dered almost worthless Tobucco Destroyed Mayfield Ky June t9 Fire broke out in a rehandling tobacco house in tlc cast part of twon at 11 oclock Friday and it ia a total loss About 3GOOO poundsor tbbncco was destroy edpartialfy insured az A THING OF THE PAST the Last of the Volunteer Regiments Paid Off nnd Mustered Out of Service nt Son Frnnclsco r j San Francisco July ITwo im aortant military events occurred at the Presidio Sunday The retirement it Maj Gen W IL Shafter and tho mustering out of four volunteer cepiments Gen Shafter went on the etired list at noon when he formally fcnuwferred the command of the de partment of California to Maj Gen 5 M B Young In the afternoon the 4Uh 49tli 46thand 39th ohm teer regim Jr4 wore mustered out The mustering ojut of tint four regiments required the service tpf eight paymasters Over one miflio dollars was disbursed The money wfts4iken from the subtrcesury tO the Prasidio in eight Dohorty wagon each uuJpr the charge of paymaster and Ins clerk Fortylive artillerymen mounted and armed escorted the treasure and py corps to the reser ration In order to protect the soldiers on the grounds from grafter with their swindling devices 100 men of Troop F lath cavalry were stn tioned around the reservation Two of the regiments mustered out the 46th and 4i th were colored and the meat had between three and four months pay due them As soon a+ fthe volunteers had been mustered out they ItlShtdto the railroad ticket office for transportation to their eastern homes IV th the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific general ticket olfiees put on extra forces of clerks The ticket of itS were crowded till late in the night with discharged volunteers buyer ing tickets Nearly 4000 tickets were issued During the day an accidental shoot ing which may have a fatal ending occurred George Price colored of Kentucky Company G 43th regiment accompanied by John Rogers of the same company went into the store of Hiren Pros to buy a revolver Price told the clerk he wanted a pun dike the one Rogers carried With this Kogers handed his gun to the cltrk without warning that it was loaded While the clerk was exam dischargedrThe bullet entered Prices abdomen rilSUlttftitally There yet remains three voluntee- regiments to be discharged the 43d 4fth and 41st They will be paid oif f Monday The volunteer army will then have passed into history MARTIAL LAW IN PANAMA It Is Reported That the Rebel 1orcon Arc HcIiiK Reorganized anti Slnj Attack the City Kingston Jamaica July iThe5 steamer Orinoco which arrived hen Sunday from Colon Columbia report that martial law has been proclaim Nl1 in PnnniMn owing to a report that tite rebel forces are being organized It also appears that cdnaiderahk fighting is again in progress in the interior nnd that the government iis dispatching reinforcements arms and ammunition to the garrisons in the interior and also to certain const towns It is further reported thatt stringent precautions are taken in Panama having the fear that the rebels will attack the city CLOSED ITS DOORS The City Rank of Ilaffnlo N V IB the Hands of the Controller of the Currency 7 Buffalo N Y July tA notice was posted on the door of the City hank Sunday to the effect that the bank is in the hands of the controller of the currency and that it will Jot open its doors for business Monday The bank oificinla refused to make a statement Sunday night concerning the failure The members if the board of directors profess ignorant- of the causes that led to the declara tion of Controller Dawcs and 1resi dent Cornwall of the bank denie- himself to everybody VESSELS BUILT The Number Ofllclnlly Numbered By time ncurenu of Navigation Dur IK the Fiscal Year 1173 Washington July 1Vessels built in the United States and officially otnaigon1Ion4 ing the fiscal year ended Sunday num bor 1173 of 4012S5 gross tons com pared with 105S of 405077 grass ton for the previous fiscal jear 1h whole tonnage built has been exceed ed only twice in our historyin 1854 and in 1853when the maximum 5S3 450 tons was attained- Tleniinrtford nt Copenhagen Copenhagen July 1 Tho United Stools training ship Hartford Com mander 111 Hawley arrived her Sunday afternoon The navj depart merit has reserved for her the bestI berth during her visit which will con tinue two weeks The crown prince regent will entertain the officers of the Hartford at dinner Death of Her Dr Snnilcrlnnd Catskill X Y July 1Uelr By ron Sundcrinnd of Washington diedj here cone n blood clot on the brai Sunday morning at the home of hU soninlaw Orrin Day president ofj the Tanners National bonk aged S3 years WellKnown Bllllnrdiat Head Chicago July l William 3 Jlar rison tie well known billiard player died Sunday night at St Joseph bis pital rtertIon JiJPcSSfu live troublevirariison dbmc ner i sis years j I ax from Portland Ore t 1fI FlER E STRUGGLE ON Y C rjnldn rEmjployes of heriAmerican Sheet Steel Co Strlkef President Shaffer of the AranlKQ- ninted AiRoclotlon Snyji It Will De n Fight to the Death and Oneto De Reniemhercaj j Pittsburgh Pa July 1 President J T hhflBsr of the Amalgamated As socialism of Iron Steel and Tin fork ers Jis iedan order calling out all union employes of the various mills of the American steel Hoop Co known as the hoop trust it Is estimated that 15000 men are subject to the call which in connection with the big strike of the American Sheet Steel Co ordered by President Shaf fer SaUirdftr will alVect 50000 men PrdaUleaP Shaffer said Sunday sight TIiitiHJression that only the mills of the American Sheet Steel CoIre affected by the decision of Saturday iis a mistake The Workmen pj ail mill in tho American Steel hoop Co are interested and will U officially notified Monday wofaing that the scale haw not beer signed and that theywill quit work To the well organized rnU this notice will not ue necessary as the mwB grill liate watched the situation carefully but what is known as open mills where union men have been allowed to work side by skin with the nonunion men is where wo have to move Union men must walk out of these open mills in tho hoop trust Tho open mills to be notified are one at Hollfdnysburg Pa three at Pittsburgh and one at Moncssen The organized mills which will close on our cull Sro the upper and lower mill at Youngstoun 0 Pomeroy 0 Sharon Pa Girard Pa Warren laGreenville Pa This I believe will bring the number of men affected up to 50000 It is a matter of regret thiit the issue lma been forced but it now looks as though it will 1 1t tight to the death continued Mr Shaffer The Amalgamated association in riot unprepared for it Wo have ndl had a gjni rnl st ftjpc tor irony years mid itilcri i We have funds and will use thL Kightrhereil want to correct an iipression which has been given out that no benefits will be paid strikers until two months have elapsed Ihf Amalgamated ati aocintton will began at onco to take care of its peopi Mr Shaffer concluded his talk by saying ttIl day now Whet I said to Mr Smith generAl mtoiager of the Short StealCoin the conferenre I said if it into be a strike we will make it ont 1o be remembered The oft into now dealing with us have hilt little 1d4 of the rstent to which this strike will go once it is on TH MINERS STRIKE PrcHldcntfof the Lnlou nt ThacUer W 1 nand sine Others Placed Under Arrest Tliacker W Va July 1Churle Burke ringleader of the striking min ers and Iresident of the local unior of Unitpdplinq Worlxcors of America was arrested at noon Sunday by Pep Uty Gaited States Marshal Huiford and Detective F T Forts and taker to 1arkersburg on Sunday afternoor train to appear before Judge Jacksor for tearing down the notices of in junction granted by Judge Jackson The nine strikers arrested Sunday morning tIenfuQkr were lodged ir jail at Williamson fo await action o the Kentucky courts These arrests have virtually broken the backbone of the strike During the night Detective T L depeuty States marshal nnd a posse of six men went to Kentuekj folIlowing nme strikers who lucre beer terrorizing the miners on the West Virginia side for the past ten davi by shooting at all who could not gin the proper strikers sign as they passed and repasscd along the railroad Nelson Daniels Sam Daniels Uallarc Smith Chns Smith Andy Blackburn Richard Reynolds Eph Dalton Su Winter and Chas Worthington Thcj were all brought to this place arc are under heavy guard waiting for II train to take them before a Kentucky judg who will remand them t tlaisstateeThey vre surpried in their sleep with their Winchesters under their pillows and surrendered with but little resistance Hen thudsi guard vas captured asleep on duty The Koxiv e11 Library London July ITho Goldsmiths afeHerbert Somerton Foxwclls library of 30000 volumes of economic litcra Lure with a view of detaining it ir Great Britain He had retjolvcd aioffer to purchase from the Untied St tcs i VnrlMlaii Iniier Suspends Paris July LLe Jlonttonr lint verse nun of the oldest journals in 7n a until17s the official organ of the govern mrit and subsequently a staunch royalist sheet announces Monday morning that itwilt cense to appear T3 Soleil wilt take over the subscribers Fnthcrji Terrible Crinir Sagjnaw Mich July 1After as fiatiltfjig ono of hIs daughter and ut AndrewrFoisonSunqus i ti RELIABLE R B BREVARD l Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS HIPRHNTID ROOFING A SPECIALTY BIIBMAli IAI1BI HlCKMAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 TermActsrespectfully o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o hterCAsst Cashier HIOKMAN WAGON CO MANUFACTURER or THE CELKBBATE EeZKJLm WAGlQmSa- I31CKMAN KENTUCKY VITRLITMFOWRMllllTU RE8R1 The weak mads strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS jR A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles 5SSSfflSgrns tiSSTHEY NEVER FAIL No matter how hopeless the cane maT eeen Astoaishlnc and quick result They supply the Nerves firsts end Stood with the most power concentratedERVE and BLOOD fOOD beingI nihadTitI U E Natural Vegetable Tonic ore quickly LiIm11Ated restorinG Lot Vital- Ity naturally and product of the latest mole permanently NerroTauieiSskillful and learned rrrearch to clawatertaevery Use used They begin at clue seat of the dbease and act on the Uver KUnayc and Bowels cleansing the entire sj5tem iron impunties WEAK YEN andand at the suae time tonic up every put of it They will positively saako ManloodImpoteacyTired Flag Slecplssness Nervous Debility Isdl esUoa Contlptloe Dizziness VcrSt VUIII DlSce Nervous Headache BsekacheTresi leg Nwnbftu Lost Power and mooch a fwssfct Paralysis ann consumption Week Women them d use- organ y will brinsthe Bloom of Health to Pale races add pleASUre to life We could Give Tbous anda ofToBtlraonlals but your teat way is to try them We refund the money Irn euro Is not of acted Try them sad It you want It you nn haTe your money back Just for the askfag Prtco roc o box of ten days treatment Six boxes SifiO Securely sealed by mall Postage stamps taken earac ac cash Address THE NERVO REMEDY CO 338 West Jefferson at Low viiie Ky Sole Agents for the United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgill Law Rat ttOT as1 At fre rent intervals dur Ing Igor round trip ckets will be sold via the FlPrJ1Qra Belt Route Li umI Cairo and Wf rmphis to points- I W I rrArkansaLows Ih ha Texas and Indian and Okla hbma Territories at greatly reduced ii rates j1f iTcJl usyilrere you want to jo slso when you Would rue to leave and wa will tell you when ycu on sense one cf the louMate tickets sad Nat it will Lost We win also send you a complete ischdute for the ulp and an teterestlng Ilnls book A Trip to Texas i r I HAWMlTPJUCirt Eo WlaAIV tPafidTJL SLbSe I Leaves Chicago at 630 p m daily VIA THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 a m- el Minneapolis at 830 a m The Only Perfect Train in the World Stt i it i 1 Y