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C 00 THE HIOKMAN7 COURIER4- I i I i OLDEST NEWSPAPER I3ST AV t- ESTABLISHED STEBOST KENTUCKY 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY JULY 12 1901 VOL XXXVII NO 33 SNSSNSSSS iNNI A Great Summer Selling Event EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS T O c STIMULATE BUSINESS AND KEEP SELLING BRISK A MERCILESS SLAUGHTER OF ALL SUMMER GOODS Thousands of yards of Colored Wash Goods Lawns White Goods Shirtings Table Linens Embroideries Laces Ribbon- In r i fact any and everything you mayneed or can use now at a mere trifle in comparison to their worth t tt 6 l 4 THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU MAY RAVE BEEN WAITING FOR DONT MISS ITc I t II t 4t A t LKI ind Personal y Mrs J J Young visited in Paducah J IIlWit week Miss Nono Parks leaves for GibsonC Wella in a few days Bi line of RemnantS in Lawn and Dimities cheapAMBERGS r Messrs J A Young aad Lon Roby made a flying trip to Paducah last week JCfas s Mattia Seay and Ethel Henry paid the Courier a pleasant visit Wednesday Mrs Will Naylor and Mrs Geo MaE nee of Cayce were guests af Mrs Nan nie Parham last week G D Corseta in all styles atSHAWS o ToPel1lissar fit city several days this week Mr John Nooaoa merchant of Fultton has beea spending several days c with his father Uncle Jo Noonoa r Kisstes Lizzie Asberg left Sator 1 day for the Pan American at ButfaloI =We are aceoU for the best Laundry yobi 1 Shoe Store RICE k NAYLOR j I Mrs Dr Koyall and Mrs Dr RifeII I of Ville Badge HI mother aad eater of Mn R S Moore are visiting herJ Tihe long drouth will cause the loss I of one hundred saillion dollars worth 1 ot corn ogle and otfeer crops ia KaaMa4 1 r Tub race in the Mississippi at Hick wan by the expert corps July 17II Jo Welch formerly of Hickuian Lsi reported very low with Consumption ntiiiI Cairo manydQ j Wool Shallies in light and colors at 5c AMBERGS I A new Club in town Saturday night soda club Who will treat us next Any new members wishing to enlist phone 10 Mr William Perry the Sassafras Ridge farmer and all round clever man the Courier a cotton stalk which waS in full bloom on July 4th H B L A The Hickman Building Loan Association meets next Thursday night 18th inst in the Courier Building Mr J W Morris trustee has received the jury money from the Audi and is now read to pay it over toI the jurors upon their calling at hisi officeII i HomerApply I Couner Office theruWest Kentucky to the Uumberlald Telephone att l notbeIce Create Sapper and Entertainment thebeneltI everybodyarday eve from 7 oclock to 11 bherbyII Wingla l weckII Mr Niehosaa of Alarrty K r au es perinael hotel in m ha is lea ul I thj La cledo Hotel and will ia 1 charge to morrow We uudurstunu that consid erable toboMrs Myrtle Jackson daughter of thoJ inArkansLSi i J illHiclmanthe banking ami real estate bnsine in Arkansas See our remnant counter for bargainsj in lawn AMBERGS t calledtoirious illness of his sou Thomas Hol ThoshavingI to be brought back Samuel C DeBow for sometime elec Lexingtonh positiona departwent Shoe Boxes in front of our store willi be filled with bargains next Saturday AMBERGlA number of the young people e joyed meeting at the residence of Mr9 and Mrs L P Ellison last Monday night to spend a special evening Miss attrnctoonYea nOFleast a 11I S X s e GREAT CUT PRICE SALEI I ItS k r THE TOPS ARE CUT 11 I f i fromIt1 i cruse in VALUES but an enormous shrinkage in the SELLING1 PRICESft l Note these reduced prices I f trLAWNS nand 10 cents worth 10 and 15 centsht of 1 DIMITIES 10 and 15 cents worth 15 and 25 centsf- r 1 1151 H DIM ITY 15 and 20 cents worth 20 and 25 cents centssJust received a nice lint of Mercerize Chambray which I am selling i i costi1t i 0 lri Le a SIMMONS BUCHANANS OLD STAND u 1 FreeVj f Freer Free IrK BIRBECUEEi Hickman Kentucky July 17 COME ONE1 COME ALL Aiulirijup the hospitality ot the liickliiun lu up- lrEverything Free Good music and dancing Irce1dt Y and night DaYIThe Moscow anti Back- Bottoms of Hickman will cross hat in the morning After the ball game you can prepare yourself for the big dinner vLOO carcases find other things in equal abuni dance to feed the thousands who will attend The after ji noon amusements win afford pleasure for all consisting of baseball game between Shaw Boys and Columbus team tub races in the Mississippi pie eating contest threelegnged race sack race mule race tLfreetoeverybodyI r it A WORLD MOVEMENT The Christian Endeavor Convention in session in Cincinnati is probably one of the largest conventions eer held In the history of the world This same organization had an attendance in New York in 1892 of 35000 and in Boston in 1895 of 50435 There aro now over 60000 Christian Endeavor societie uin the world Tlie are scattered in nearly every nation iin all the European countries in China India West Africa Transvaal Jamaica Philippines and in all the South Amer ican countries Everywhere has the movement spread a movement with no selfish purpose founded for the preser vation of Christian character and mor als and for all that is good and holy NEW PATENT FOOD Vegetarians particularly will be in terested in a vegetable substitute for I meat which has been newlyI patented says the Saturday Evening Post The mere fact that this is declared by thei nutriiprtipertiej meat actually of purely vegetable ingredients would I amount to little wero it not that tho chemistry section of the patent office has indorsed tho claim us truthful Asi appeartoi 5 utilizable in the body for making flesh and blood and for fuel in about the same proportion as in beef or mutton In a word as claimed 1 by the patentee the compound is a vegetable substitute for meat containing the same nutri ments in the sinus proportion und easy of dilution and assimilation Tho stuff of which it ia made is wheat gluten water and peanut meal GOMEZ SEES THE PUNT Old General Maximo Gomez has been pointing to the acceptance of the Platt amendment by the Cuban Constitutional theCubanstional independence along the best lines open to them The old fighter seems also clearly to whichy rl y Rae another He recognizes Cubascletft of gratitude to this Government for having freed her from the bondage ot Spain In every American 1 see a friend says old Gomez Furthermore General Gomez iscor rect in declaring that there existabe obligation and the independence of the Island of Cuba The Cubans themselves have for years been striving for freedom and tranquility We have pledged mar as libertyButis also imperative that American interests lplessvery doors at a most salient point on our coast line must consent to a cer tain exercise of American influence in directing her affairs and especial her dealings with other Government1 It must not be possible for her to biome waqJiinaliouspolicy must necessarily be subjecjto our control We must hays cerjLain rights to naval stations on Cuban jroil There is no injustice in demanding these things from Cuba Inreturn for them we will safeguard her atraiust the world V It is apparant that old Gomez recog nizes these truths His voice shodld- be potent in shaping Cuban action There is now good reason to believe that tli2 independence of Cuba aril soon be established on a basis satisfac tory alike to Cuba and tb the United States I IhI J I It1SHAi 1VVi11 SellYou 1 GR 0 R IE14 1Ifias heap as any one See them be II fore you buy anything tW I4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED If i t4 Given Free With each cash purchase of 100 iVTVTTTi j fl 1 l tIt s i 0 ft 1 iThe tGEORGE WARREN Publisher jDICKMAN KENTUCKY kw 1901 A JULY 1901 v ir j v Ji IX t 9 iSSI BML + vKSfc t7E I t W tlr- ar f rft r 1 r r 21 22 23 24i25126127 2ita 29 30 31 =I it Ji a oco 00tit11It irt 11 t CURRENT TOPICS r i Tlie sandwich is culled for the Earl i t Sandwich Zaiifboanga is one of the prettiest 1 town in the IJhilippincs I GentC=ilesin Ellipnp insurgent is raid to limp surrendered by iproxy France has the most 1 expensive years 1 t Sir Kdwin Arnold is said to be to tally blind now though he keeps up his literary work ginaih has more sunshine than any country in Europe The yearly average is 3000 hours The earliest mention of shoes i in nn Egyptian papyrus about 2200 I years before Christ e A man walking day and night with out rest would take U S days to journey round the world I A Morgan syndicate is making ef forts ft purchnse the New river coal I VirginiaiA fleet of thirtvsh steiin irs is to run lHrearter on therlhame s i Latter i ca and London 1ciee1 Jll sonic of th canto sof and nil the dead1 h5iwcll a pobr are buried at the public expense rue nlmtion Arm isttttlworkin1 0117 diir jrcnt countries and has 53 pe riodicals printed in 21 languages r oIL Snmewof 1l3al or 1d hiti ul1non s are so accurately adjustedt- hatfa3spcclcfofrdnstJonftinVeeiasi s t 1 will afreet the balance The illiterate nations are chiefly Russia Spain Turkey and the un progressive nations of the Orient and onSpnth America VA I riarcsiajpr6achofI a omto the earth observed was in 1770 when one approached to withiu 1400000 4 miles of our planet T According to an old English statuty- tsttdlogt nst a right tolbite anyone onee If without that person having a claim on HtheAbout 200 men in Paris find a live lihood of some tort by hunting in the streets for stray coins They areI known as Jilonucurs d i Vanillin one of the most delicate i products of coal is Jised by the gallon in inakiijg thc extract oft vanilla for Eavoringcustardsor puddings The oldest man onearth is said to be Izui Jtodaf sty 137f of Moscow Russia and the oldest woman Mrs Nancy Hollifteld I17v of Rattle Creek Mich We have decided that lace gloves are iibt intolerable and we are now to have lace stockings not lace fronts but hose that are entirely made of lace t One of the greatest if not the greatest incubators in the World is lo 1 cated near Sydney in Australia I accommodates 11440 duck eggs or 14 fcens eggsrSlid rarest fish in British waters is the ribbon fish Only sixteen sped nicni have leen recoitlcd in the last century It swims in the deepest Jdarts jf the sen She Washington Manor association is preparing to buy Ilarewood the laptops jiiausion built under the di re tion of Gen Washington at lIar pera Ferry The heretofore despised and feared TOOUSC is rapidly becoming a fashion able pet Society people are taking cup this dainty und longtailed ani mal as n fad vThecasli balance at the close of the year wcmld approxima fe 100000000 ba4 Secretary Gag is kecpingitee un dcr control by thcnurchjisc o luma tared botuhtfiit a prcmiuniK kl- a00p000 ant onel1a1f trnaor dlam011l1- 8tIllue ttt frt lRI to 32110000 oooj havp been taken from the i Ivimberley South Africa diamond attires since their eNii1 l71 tf Miss Mary Iglunbauehof Vash injBon recently made a trip across 7 7tliiuAutlc Moiliuinsfroiu Caracas to r Gia fl 3114 Augliinbaugli is the first tleeitetvom n tofmake the jour t iiiore that trail I Jsnores of mail carriers in the sparse 1yjr cttleil parts of fcxico walk and l t run irioni thani14h1inlles every week lA few cover on foot 4Qriitila do six clays in the weej Viftl gd up and- 4lon rough mountain roads at that l fatigueii D2tIlSO 1J 3A-e I oJJ largest seal cargo nFob I t to it has been landed = kt iohns- a l X OUJj lIU1dfr ii tsam r Ter i Ta ova Jt consIsted of 40000 seals j x v ing 00 tons x l lrf c ireiii 115 stone in the 3 1 z w l whichiHCOlri and onehalf r limyi Jicavier than ah equal quanti t t it lea t oil tw 2tInter Xiltg Jir d llthere arc 60000 postmen and it h J t couponttew z duals liraklarr beres and Jicwsnppcn tJ isrciiAdeUnrca I 1i lIIII RROoCilMATl NISS n Public Lands in Oklahoma Opened to Settlement f f To Obtain Rcsl trntlon the Aiuill rrcatttJluat Shon JIhlleltQuall1o teed to Make Ilamcjiteail EnH d trY oEPhcseLands- Washington July811Ic procla mation of Bresident McKinley open ing to settlement tSc landf cied ty Indians Oftlahjoma was glvenlo the public Sunduy rite s proeamatlo covert theiiicfusnmd by the Wich ita and alFiliated bands of Indians in accordance with the act of March 2 iso nndi those made iRfltq Coman che Kiowa ell anu Apache tribes in pur suance of the mefof JJune 0 1000 The proclama HI iojfprovidei for the openingof the lands in tho e ix scr vaitions which lire not reserved at oclock a m on August Cl hetx the lands to be open to scttlenichi under the homestead and town site laws of the United States The proclamation says that beginning on the 10th instant and ending on the 20th those who wish to make entry of land under the homestead law shall be registered Tlie registra tion will take place at the land oillces at Reno and Lawton The registration at each oflice will be for both land districts To obtain registration the appli cant will bo required to show himself duly qualified to make hoinestcadi- n I 1 try of these lands under existing iiW4 and to give the registering ofllcer melt appropriate matterBOfl lription nnd identity as will protect the applicant and the government n1tt any attempted impersonation Registration can not be effected through the use of the mails or the employment of an agent excepting ietsnI iiorisjthrougii t in nituttln agent be tarlnjI I ofa soldier v t finTHE DEADLOCK t t CommlttccH Have Taken to Them olvcn Too Mneli Anthcirlty Iu jfvalliiK With the Ohtnciic PelangTtlySgTJl Jfmi ister of onc of the great powers told a press rep resentative that n leading cause for the present apparent deadlock was the fact that the various committees had taken to themselves too much authority in dealing with the Chinese and had made certain promises dependent upon the Chinese agreeing to certain conditions which other min impossiblee toacceptAnother factor of considerable importance he said was the commercial factor involving the right of each government to make its ou treatiesI with China and the application of the most favored nation clause In his opinion time first difficulty can be overcome shortly but th commercial issue must be eliminated or it is likely to prove a definite stumbling block TRANSPORT MPHERSON The Wrecked Steamer AKcr Fire Months Work Raked and Towed To Xew York New York July STwo Mcrritt A Chapman wrecking steamers arrived Sunday from Matanzas bringing into port the United States transport Fet ruary 4 about 11 miles west of Matan zas TIle wreckers have worked near ly five months on the transport Many times the holes in the bottom were stopped only to work open again by unfavorable weather The trasport was finally hauled oft June and taken to Mntanzas After a months work in preparing the wrecker Vest for sea the three steamer- sailed June 30 for this port THE KANSAS WHEAT CROP There In a Sliortn c of Cnr to More It Although the Marketing HSIH flare l IIcKnn Kansas City July STherp is a shortage of ears to move the Kansas vvlieat croft although the marketing of that cereal has barelygotten un her way 4jJ The wheat movement started much earlier this year owing thse railways it is reported are unable toicarc for It One railroad has con tracted for 1600 new cars to be de livered this month q f Killed 11aTrahl St Louis July S1Vhilu sketching on the tracks of the Burlington rail way a mile and a half from Louisi ana Mo Miss Eva M Reed assistant librarian of the Missouri Botannical onybotanhicnl geological subjects was run over and instantly killed 113 a passenger train lute Sunday after J V noou f f f Strike 1ft Over r rlcurile Gol July SThe strike inn the SmugglerUnion mine is over After a conference lasting three hours Sunday afternoon an agreement was reachd between Manager Collins and the union It provides that time man agement will not discriminate against tuI6llJD1n t l Ar dwraterGtetherleEw dedl g s1ycarrhcd In the city to 11 teed the 40th annual convention of the National l Educational association which begins Tuesday =HN SPITE OF THE POLICE I 1 + DliPt t 3fol or lODO move 21 of John Alfvnnder DUWlcflt of Kynnston JlIIChicago July G ventyMjiiclp ciples of John Alexander Doivtmiist ed Evanston a Chicago buhlrli and isFnrI ale die thdnm out of towns i short order Several days ago four of Wie missionaries were eggedand dritrtt out ofCvanston and this StCJi5it of tIle 21 was intended to convert the peotlc of Evanston and slouihen the error of their ways The ins1the I5owieites began their nSfiiing they were assailed with eggRJlogo fv1Urdofcrowittjotm1gpn along thjstruet in a mnnnui that looked serious ChiofTIOJice Knight called the entire pollecMpree 0td iIh T it ilieludeil only t1mess m cueRtrhle to lon l ritli the tlitdtbl f the Yltale 12riwie ites were knocked dwvuJ andb atboth women and men were liberally bespattered with egg nn l mutfjpnie Dowieites finally Hbundojied Jyul 8ir meeting hiidflod from the tovnj the police protecting them as thcf ran for the cars No arrests were made j S ON ONE SCAFFOLD Koiir XcsrrooM ranged For IvllllnR ftu Ih Jple i Colored Man uiiil- YVoiuiilliit Ills Vireo ChiI lcj Pin July GAt Vernon J JO sstilc r rti Here four Negroes IllIt on Hamilton John Simmons Jlui Ilirrrteon anti Will Williams i vore hanged for munlqr 1fiav had been convicted oi killing a helpless Bffro and almost killing his wife During the trial Hamilton on crosJ examinationtc confessed 6avinjtis I Am guilty before God I amatulty and ought to e hung until desifli Ill3 hi confession the others iijre onictm auJa John Siminons hail fJrhi fII ntceiul till gallows at onrthnjfaUtl after a short statement from eaeh all olaiuting tolJoonthe Gi 71fIatien iaic1 inpitaa siirut TIlIto one neck was broken the ing from strangulation e COOL t BREEZES JI Tern of lint Zt eitfliiritt Chfengols rEUrukenPnUUntil 7U ZVan Heachefl o tJChicago July GCool breezes fromi the northwest broke the terra of jeat weather but before they came lineIf people hind died 7 more vivffQn ft rated audrlouctimaiu attewpUdtSpi clde 1 vjjj rJ I The inaximuin t6riJtfnt of the rc ixixud ii tliewet hcrfbiJfnt1i 90 degrees on Ihc street lcrcl 95 The wind blew hard all day gifting from the southwest to the northwest but it settled in thu llatter point esand the fall or the nicrclfry was steady until 7G was reathcd i DOUBLE TRAGEDY t Jrr 1Jv- Itayinonil 11 Alliern Afcrd ilJJ Shot nndI lulled Snuincl Kohler la and Then flanged HlnmcU Albany N Y July 0 Raymond Albers a 13yearoM lad shot Eman uel1 Kohler a boyof 12 years and then hanged himself The boys were playmates and according to state ments by neighbors they had quarrel ed some days ago Albers II thc son I of Albert Albers a well known paint er and Koehleris the son of Kev John T Kohler n minister of the Gospel The rifle used was a 22 Floliert The ball struck Koehler in the left breast 1and pasted through leis heart tic died alniost instintly t 5 J i CUPtLeniuler Dent the 1cunsyltnisi Uii- lvtr Ity Klitltt IJn LvitKlU In the Heicatta nt Hiiilcy lien lcrlluJJGl the disappoint merit of all the Americans aTlIenley the Ieander flowing club crew de feated the crew 8f the University of Pennsylvania ba length in tlie 1 final heat for time grand challenge cup The followers of time British crew evinced the greatest confidence and Leander money was everywhere available but this confidencef never exceeded anything beyond even money The Pennsylvanians friends pinked up several hundred pounds and a Philadelphia occupant of a houseboat is said to have invested i500 in favor of his crew HnsIiioNM Portion nnrnciii ITaiiiilton Mo July Grh1nuiness portion of Polo n tovii of 1000 inhabitnntK on the Chicago Milwau Lee and St Paul road in Caidwcll Ii fireIentailing a loss of over 50000 Tht Bink of Polo and twenty buildings burned t sChatted AVIth the Crown PrTncr Copenhagen July 6In this ab sence of King Christian the Crown Prince Frederick Friday received Com mander John Mi llawley of thrUnit ed States training ship Hartford They had a long and cordial conversa thou 1 He raced DeatU Ca rnlTJ Sante Pe XM San sney TIe faced death calmly Sanchezijtilled ICathermeI i p- I r s J fMBIG STEELL ST I E I One of the Subsidiary Companies Signed the Scale 1 f A Complication IIiu ArlccuttlfCh May 1lfcCtthe AiSil StoU Tti1 = Ue oaf 1Ii4griiliut rellictjl I JilinLrhluefil1V Pittsburgh Pa Tiny Srhe Na tional Steel Co one of the subsidiary companies of the United States steel corporation has signed the special steel scale for the big steel plant at Xingo Junction Jefferson county O This is one of the largest plants in the country outside of the Carnegie works This is the first of the scales of the National Steel Co to be signed It shows that the National Co is willing to accept the continuous clause including the provision to sign for nil its mills At Stenbenville late Saturday night the scale of the La Belle Iron Co for the puddlers sad bar iron men was signed A complication has arisen which may have an important effect on the action to be taken at the conference beginning Wednesday being time Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers and repre sentatives of the sheet steel and steel hoop companies lyp settle the wage scale c 1 jr fII On Saturday tJ nign yere dir charged front tlyy Wellsvilhi 0tsteel plant an underlying company of the United States steel corporation No reason was given but the men say it was because the discharged men were unionini the Amalgamated association has is sued an order calling upon allunion men in the cull to strike HonflajTJle is determined that the scale must bo signed for all mills JillIwf Slid will take no chances on fjeulemeht of tlie existing troubles by the confer ence to be held this wcek TERRIBLE RAIN STORM Iy t ti lr f The Dnmnirv to Ijtrm Lands in time t deity of Lynchburg Tcaii WIIH Croat Nashville Tenn Jnly 8A rain storm approaching a cloudburst swept o+ er Iuchburl Ipyt i tin7tyand its haltwaytharl 4d arraylunberpost oiiiee at County Line had to be anchored to proven t its being demol fie damage to farm tends is very heavy Thousands of rails wore lost and much wheat In shocks swept away In some instances the grim ing corn was totally destroyed On the farm of Mrs Collie hobo where wheat threshing vas in progress the thresher and a loaded wagon were carried sonic distttilce Jhyttha floor No loss of life has b cn reported CAUSED BY JEALOUSYn Rdsstrd filthy Shot mid Killed Ills Wife nut Then Tamed the AVeaitoii on Himself New York July S Edward Luthy 43 years of age a bookmaker on the easterni nttracks lleq here with his wile Abbiel1L Juth and four of her children by a former hus band killed his wife by shooting her in the head Sunday evening after she had taken refuge oii afire escape Then he shot himself but may recover Dozens of pedestrians onPtltl avenue opposite the house where the Luthys lived sdWythe woman killed and saw her body dall from onc land rito tlreone bt low t Jealousy nndia quarrel growing oftof a delayed dinner is supposed to have been the cause of the shoot ing MRS NATIONS CRUSADE 4 It Cnnnecl it Jury to Flint That One of IvaiiMiV Now Liquor IHIVM WAR Liteoimtltutlutiul Fort Scott Kan July S1 juryof the most prominent business men of Fort Scott was just four minutes in finding one of the states new liquor laws passed as a result of Mrs Na tions crusade unconstitutional It was the inquisition law which authorizes county attorneys to summon md examine witnesses touching their knowledge of the violation of the law Dan Po Campbell an attorney who was summoned refused to testify and was arrested The jury acquitted him though he admitted the vharge Iolleemuti J tstlhetl Chicago July sPoliceman Mi chael OMnlley who hind arrested a man for insulting women on Curtis street Sunday night was attacked by two friends of the man under arrest The prisoner then stabbed the policeman and then escaped pursued by the otlicer until he fell exhausted front loss of blood Younger Scelc Pardon St Paul Minn July STbc board of pardons will on Monday afternoon consider a long list of applications for pardon or parole the most im portant being the case of James and Coleman Younger the former desperadoes In it Thrnnber Clarksville Tenn July 8 Sampson reds a farm hand near Cedar lull Tenn while operating a wheat thresher fell into the machine sad was ground to death before assistance could reach hilt JGIVEl JJF ADVICE Vf TO SUFFERING SISTERS jjRerunathe Great TonictCures c Catarrhal Summer l Dyspepsiaof j KATHLEEN GEAHAM Miss Kathleen tiraham 1459 Florida Ave NjWWabh JJ C writes At the soliolUitionaof a friend I was adviscdfcto use Pd Tuna andaftersthe use offiyspepslaIitltdmostcat ommcmUIDr yonrzne toasyonewo ncWsaninvigdrating tonicsKathleen Graham 9 a t I For Ills PeculiaratoJ WomenV t eruna iV an lnvaluable Rer dy FLORENCE Florence Allan 75 Chiclgl IiL 5 As n tOuiS fr a worn out s tc1rJCntna stands d the iujnyestitaation Its effects jwdnderful rgjtiticnating tlit ntirolystem Brkeep on all the a andl n Vt1iht f cling tw bl1stist wayslnalrcsme feHike n a different woman Florence Dr S D Hartmnn President of ffartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio aprominent authority on womens catarrhs diseases will take thcrgc of as many of female catarrh as make application fa during the summer months Advice Addrrxs Dr S B Hftrttt n Cnlfnhuf OJtiogf k 1DAB1 4 f r4 j MILLIONSQFMOTHE3USE CURA OINTMENT THE GREAT SKIN CURE t For preserving purifying and butifyingthe skin ofinfants and children for rashes itchings and chafings cleansing the scatp of crusts scales and dandruff the stopping of falling hair forsoftening hitcningandsoothing red rough andsore hands and all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Millions of Women use Guticura Soap in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and- excoriations for too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to use any others Cuticura Soap ombina delicate emollient properties derived from Gutictiray tilt Great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients rid the most refreshing of flower odors It unites in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE theBEST skin and complexion soap and the BEST toilet bathand baby soap in the world Calf PLETE ExTEgcAIs AXD IXTEZ5AL TBEIMEX FOR EVERY ImXOS c IIIIicura 1LndflJloQIeSqLondOD Plcaiieres of Amntear tVnrtlenlnic imam I wishyou wouMo and Reed out the flower bed inpecteditThen It wonH be simmerjpb MancheRid to flower out the weed dchisago Tribune r A Prett Good Sign WltabmakesrvO 1 think shes with otr Tom Oh she called me You horrid mean thing last night PbdadelPhislvaiaJi Bulll tin J m ALLANjMiss Walton Place writ head an- tr il1t it hand tJinc tllatl tired nfen Allan The cases him frsc f 4 for and for in love A VALVAMI 11Qj5LWATiON FKEE DMcrlpttv ef ColoiMile Seeger eal- tKrtllEte BurhIngtonMo t for a band rom C special folder on Col arAiagnifkenxcurkioh rateti to Colorado throughout thV Thefolderto students sad others necking to know about their own tOuntryFne ea rtquat Meatier this paper i ii I1 dk j II THE CONFERENCE The Most Important in the His tory ot Capital and Labor to Be Held k J f AYE QUESTIONS TO D i SETTLED J Prcsiileiit SliafTf ofthP AnialcninnuJ Associatioii I5plicvos the Strike Will lie Speedily Adjusted It I Silil Chits 31 Schwab f tle l raH il StiitVN Sttel Corporation V7I1I Jlo tit the Confers cuvo in Irlonc Pittsburgh Ta July Olhatwhich I believe will proVe tin most important conference in the histor oftcapital mill labor will open 5 ill Pittsburgh next Thursday morning ut 10 oVlock when the highest official of the Amalgamated asBoeiatioi gathered from iall parts of the coitti tr vtll meet vih higt ollirers oC tilt iron nml Rtecll industries to tittit irrave questions Kvery vice president of till Anal gamatcd associationt from Ala bam north iir hurryingi towards Pitts Imrgh on my telegraphic order IT have cousiHiTed it bewt that they b called to confer at this time insteai of the regular conferees who hun met usually with us to adjust dif fcienccs As yet I am in ignorance as to who will constitute the conuuittei repreiKnting the steel people the cm ploycrs I hOVe been informed thutI President Charles M Schwab of tin tnitcd States steel corporation willI IK present In person but do not knov this lo bIt fart The laboring mat is at present confronted with some peculiar conditions which II hope will tic adjusted ut tltnniing conference hi believe the strike will be speedily settled Decided Stand Taken The above iis the statement made by President Shafer of the Amalga tiUittd association late Monday evening ns he emerged from the Carnegie building with a party of Amalga mated association ollicers and officers f the American Sheet Steel Co Ft was at the end ofone of theImost eventful days in the history of organized labor made so by the clIcided htand taken by President Shafer in the Wellsville I Cii The conference Monday lasted for almoKt two hours hut what was said or done wan not given out save through the above statement made by President Shafer Itwas evident J ly decided that the best intercuts ofIboth sides demand that the wage o1f i1 n bejbehat aseatl t Qibtlal tIN possible in spite of the trouble nt VlisvilIe It is understood that on hearing the statement or Vice PrcR ident Chajxpell regarding the Ohio as sotiation assurances was given that t could and wdiild bev cnSily adjust ed This being the ease the confer ence was quickly arranged CEiISTlAN ENDEAVORERS A Ilont of IVorkom From All- flr Pnrta tin Clobp ire Itolillno a Con ventlou at Cincinnati Cincinnati July 9TJuc- of convention dele atcs representing million of livhstjanK in nil parts of the world afvilimt and uncivilized is in Cession ill Cinwunati The Queen rCUv has thrown open wide her gates to the rhrisfkid Kndcavorers who will bt in Cincinnati until Wednesday even ing They have come from kurop nd ida FaroltJapan iis represent ed by native and by missionaries The convention ilin the midst of its biirJnrra ofoing over the work of the past year and preparing for the iTHsks that the next 32 months have in store Monday the delegates were still arriving from many quar ters The incoming trains were bur Icned wvh strangers who were met it tin depots by the reception corn mit It s who took them systematical ly in hand and saw that they were pronrptJy sent to their various head ijuarters EPIDEMIC FEARED Ivro Jnes af Churbon or Xll brand Have Bern DI coverod t- Toxarkana Ark Ttryrrjjjina Ark July 9Consider ible excitement was caused here Mon dny Dy the anaouncemcnt ot Dr T A Mitchell city veterinarian that two cases of charbon or milzbran r had been discovered here During the pat few weeks several horses have di presumably from glanders Dr fltcheffears an epidcmc Wheat BarMcd heat Dei aKan July 9 Fifteen thousand acreit of wheat went up In flames here Monday The fire wan started by an unknown man throw ing a lighted cigar into a field of wheat stubWe The Iois In wheat wjll aggrcMte toeo busaels Fatal H 4el Fire Helena BtJuly9 To nn kuown men were tamed to death and It injured Ia a Jre that destroyed the r1lifrat Forsythe the r anty seat of Keacbad county Monday morning ai x Amwt iiVorcester Ma44i1 July 9 Counsel for Frank S JtetiiyMs a contractor tiled a petitio ia bankrap cyfor kim titBosiaXodyros liabilities are J1239W aadae assets = 1 0 y I C BTJBONIG PLAGUE J Tkit rtnllfUx at Amoy Cultin III arst AI 111 HJiiK nod thr Dlncaxe h Si ret tlln r I Washington TnlyICousul Join son at Aincy C hina reports to time Secretary of state the appearance of ifrtague at that place two wcol farlicr than usual tins year lIiu statenient is datudl Afay W ilkvsaj 3 he has refused to permit Chinet jtcentge passengers to depart trom Manila and addt- Hie spread of plague during the pMt ten dys hrs been rapid awl the fatalities are appalling lit iis aiy opinion bnml upon the most liable clnfn J rom native sources that auriujf the week just closed there were as tnnuy n 100 ileatliB per day in Awioy and its suburbs Time same condition of ailtiirs exigts in star rounding cities within 30 miles of A inoy The representative of thu marine hcwpital service at HongKong also reports the earlier np eanince of the disease hI tha city and it more rapid spread thou usual Lie says that several KnropeajiK have been attacked ROW AT A DAKCE- Tliro rVcsrrooK Shot Two Fatallj- lly u CoiiHtnblo nml Deputy ut Sweet Home ArU Little Bock Ark July Uewswas received here Monthly of a bat tie aeuur Sueet Home this county in which three Xogroes were shot two fatally by Constable W F hobbs of 15adgett township and a deputy The officers were attempt ing to quiet a disturbance at a Negro dance and a number of the Negroes opened fire A hole was shot through Constable Hobbs hat and one of his eyes was badly burned The officers returned the lire atilt wounded thee of the Xegrpw Tillie Blake colored was severely Mound iL After till officers exhausted their ammunition they were compelled to retire FULL OF SOONERS Trouble Is Likely to Occur nt tile OpenlnR of the IvlownComnnehel- iKlitin Itencrvntlon- Kl Kcno O T July tIJndge Kirlqjatrick special alloting agent ot the lZiovaComi ache Indian reser atlOn said Monday that Gnddc county is full of Sooners and that trouble is likely to occur notvvith standing the county illto be opened by lottery nnd not by run Two troops of cavalry one each for Forttt Reno and Fort Sill have been ordered to these posts and are expected to arrive at their destination on Wed nesday A SOCKING ACCIDENT To Women Fell Into the Itolllnir Mud Pnlnt Potn In the Vellow- Mtone ntlonnl Pnrlt Helena Mont July 0Mrs W W iVylie who has arrived from Mum moth Hot Springs brings the report that two women whose names were unknown met with a shocking acoii ilent while inapecting the boiling nml Paint Pots on Yellowstone lake in the National park The ivouicn a mother and laughter felt lute the natural caldron where the soiling mud was waist deep and could inly be rescued with difibulty Their injuries may prove fatal I INO CASUALTIES The OKlcthorpe Hotel Bruntivrtck- On Struck fly Mshtnlnnr und Ilnilly Damnneil Uy Fire Urunswiek On Tuly 9 During a thunderstorm Monday the Oglethorpy hotel the lending hostelry of the city was struck by lightning und set nfire The dowpour of rain v i torrential which materially aided in controllng the flr1te hotel contained 1511 rooms It war badly damaged by fire and water the loss amounting to about 40 per cent of its value which was 200000 There were no casual- tiest ANOTHER COMBINE a Jffort to Unite Mannfactarera of Cardboard and Paper Used In MaklaK Paper Dozen Xorwich Ct July gAn effort is being made to affect a combination to include manufacturers of card board and paper used in the mak ing of paper boxes with a capital tation of 20pOO000 The Uncos Pupcr Co of Norwich the American Strt board Co of Chicago and the Chicago Coated Hoard Co are likely to be the principal members of then FW concern Strlklna MachlnUta Go to W rk Waterbury Ct July 9ost of- Ute 550 machinists who went out on strike May 20 returned to work Monday and the rest are expected to return during the week the strike having been declared at an end without concessions on the iwrt of the manufacturers Jt eead BaaeMan Child Released Chicago July 9 Second Baseman Childs was Monday given his release by the Chicago National league team satisfaction with the general wOrk done by Childs Is assigned aa the cause Pnrcliamed Bands Washington July 9 The secretary of the treasury Monday purchased 6400 short term bonds at 112972 2500 hesat1091222and 4OOC Uirees at 1O91L fSr IP i 1 THE GOP DEFENSE I fn a TlupeCornereil Race the Constitution Defeated the Colum I bia and Independence TT- l ItP TIlE FOBMERl BOATvBY THREE MLE5 l The Constitution Has Proved herself the Ijpst Light Weather Craft of This Generation IVIuit her Shorljicr May lie In Ilenvy AVttather IM Still u31nttcr nill Conjecture tin It Is tVithhth h IndcllendenccJJ Xevjiort IJ L July 9If 1ln viie tory of the Constitution over the Cc Ininbin und Independence in the flrt 1 of the threecornered races on StIurduy and aujnifkam and flefiniti her winning Monday umnyveII lie eharaotcrixed as overwhelming nUlI the defeat of the Independence us ponitivc and almost hopeless Th 1 approach of evening again found the conmilttee boat anchored far out in Xarrngansett bay along with the catboiu which marked the other end of the finish lInt tediously waiting for Ithe lioston bout to cross whili her rivals were wll up the harbor j on tha way to their moorings j The new Hcrreshoff boat had beat OIK the Columbia bynearly half an hour over the 0mile course whilt the record against the Independence was almost a full hour She came near traveling around time triangle while the Clown lwhielc1 creation was covering two legs of it Mondays race establishes the new Bristol sloop as a record breaker in light airs She has accomplished what yachtsmen considered impossible in thus beating the Columbia while her h performance has put the lnclepeuclI ence entirely out of the running in conditions like those of Monday II A HcmnrUnlilv ConlueJlIjj What her showing may be inJJ heavy weather is still a matter oj conjecture as it isi with the Independence hilt experts are now al most ready to accept any achieve ment of the Constitution without surpriseii the conquests inthe history of the renowned races for the Amer leas cup that of Monday Is the most remarkable Not only of the races proper hut also of those incident to the selection of a cupu challenger or cup defender the Constitution lm proved herself the best light weather craft of tldiIgeneration The Volunteer Vigi hunt Defender and Columbia have in the past achieved wonderful rand lorious results in the cause of defending the cup but the Constitu tiun Monday caps the climax The Constitution finished at tMro beating the Columbia over three miles timid the Independence nine and a half miles- CATTLEMEN UNEASYI rite ovenI ng nt Oklahoma llinrrvn finn LIIII UN Will Cnuntr Them Much Damage Denver Col July nThe action of j openlagtion lands In Oklahoma on August 6- is causing great uneasiness to cattlemen 1 H is said that there are 200000 head of cattleon the ranges tluft have been eased by Texas and Oklahoma stock- men These cattle are immature and unfit for the market at the present time if the order is carried out these cattle will have to be shipped imme I latelyI and sold for canning in the eastern markets for what they will bring THE YOUNGER BROTHERS Their Application For Parole In Un dee Advisement By the Minne sota Pardon Hoard St Paul Miami July 9The state pardon board Monday considered the applications for parole of Cole and amcH Younger who are now serv inr life sentences for their connec tion with the Xorthfield bank raid in 18j6 Their application is made un dcr the provisions of a law enacted by the last state legislature whlehI gave the state board of pardons power to parole life prisoners who have served 25 years The board took theI case under advisement A Swrnplnir Injunction Cleveland 0 July 9Judge Swing of the United Stutes circuit court issued a sweeping injunction Monday against the striking molders on the application of the Otis Steel Co of this city It enjoins Local No ns- of the Iron Molders union of North America from picketing the premises or interfering in any manner whatsoever with the business or the em loyes of the Otis Steel Co Axle and Spring Plant Pittsburgh Pa July 9It is learn- edI that another attempt is being made to consolidate the vehicle axle- and spring plants of the country options have been secured it Is said on 20 plants of the country valued at 10000000 Deaths From Heat In New York New York July9Tlte official n- ports to the bureau ofvital statistics oX deaths from heat for the week ending July 6 show that the actual number in the five boroughs of Great crewIork was 980 f t c 4 AZ PiERRE LfRiLrRDSFID4 lieJ pStrlccn With an Vrncmq Chill I tbeIror1 July Pierre Lorillard dTiat 210 oclock Sunday afternoon Thu dtallt flf rLojjPwi took CRt Fifthjuottluhcrilie4W9takeim from the Ue- 1aand h I henfetjtcame4arri idif nI Europe Trails nmJnfberFof the family present at the bedside whr the end came were Mr Lorillaru daughters Mrs T Suffern Taller and Mrs William Kent and their iiutibnnt and Pierre Lorillard jr anti wife and also Pierre Lorillurd III lori ards recent severe illness dated from June 20 1fea jjijng land and went to his lodge at Asco hoping to sec his horse David Jar rick win the goltl cup lie was stricken with an uraemic chill and wns sicki for a week He was adiwd to conic to merlca and boarded t lie Deutchiianl btit his condition be cnurtirnrl each moment JIis PlY sieinti Dr Kilroy tOll him that lie did not think he votiIiiive to get to New York lIjiimafte iushsto that he wouldr lljgbaa never been thought he would recover since Ills arrivalThe funeral wilt be at 11 ocloel on Wednesday from Grace church J ntpjjreenwooclPierrei of Peter Lorillard founder of the I fortune which made the family name famous He inherited much of thIbusiness abi1itof his father am marked success attended time commer cial enterprises which he planned am executed At the death of his fuihei he received aboutlQOQ00 and an in terest jointly witlii lila brothers anclI sisters in the great tobacco JlOue of which his father had been tin head He at once purchased from his brothers a control of the house and by shrewd management greatly increased lila fortimcfffHe built thandsome residence at Fifth avemi and Fiftysixth street and enter tamed in princely manner In 1ST he became interested in time turf Ills first great horse was Parole With Iroquois in ISSt he was time first EnglishDerbyyachtsman and once raced his Vesta- avrossthe Atlantic lIe founded and controlled at the time of his death the fashionable rpsort atrTiixedo lies survived by his wife son Pierre Lorillard jr and daughters Mrs Utlliam Kent nnd Mrs T Sufferin Taller Various estimates have been mode of the value of Mr Lorillards estate yhiltvitB exaqt valutafe tlfe lrLs- ent time iis not known it is l1iettd- hat1jt JK more than 23oooOOQi AS ongago08 1SS4 it was said to be- fromts1500000u to 20000000 Tlfi VERSAILLES FIRE An Appeal Por Relief of the Suffer era Sent Out fly the Mayor and- ltcrM I V Daker appcaltorbyMayorJaker pastor ofphe Christian church of that town They state that 1MI people arts homelessI many destitute azid several injured as a result of the fire which devastate Versailles Sat rday Forty business houses were destroyed and the 109i8 estimated at 500000 to 730000 Of five business blocks only twoI buildings remaiji A number riper sons who were worth from 1000 to 5000 on Saturday morning arc lit1 1 SuuduyItwomen and children walking the streets crying and praying us they worldbeingflumes PRINCE VON HOHINLOHE caKo f Srwpathr Over HI I Death Recclr d Frm a Xnmlter of Crowned head Berlin July SInii cleffram to EmperorWilliamdeepest jmpathy in the death of Prince Von sympatilhave r of other European crovned heads in eluding one from Emperor Nicholas Prof Ernest of Zurich has embalm Hlthe body which will be removed Tuesday to SchilUngsfuent Bavaria Two sons of the former imperiali chancellor his daughter a aoninlaw and several grandchildren have ar dyed in Ragatz Switzerland where le died DIed Ire Ills InjUries Syracuse Jf y July SWhIle a- R Prof Smith was attempting a slide for iieUat Watertown pnJuly 4 his apparatus broke and Henry Phillips of that city fell 60 feet to the ground Phillips died Sunday It bas- been discovered that the rope hoM- ing Phillips was cut The officials are iInvestigating Not OMclHllr Informed Berlin July 8 Alexander Dunnof- UniU States minister to Persia waS a passenger on time CaaipaaSa Mr Dowcn said that he had not been o- fficialaJed that he was to be sent as iiilhhter to Venezuela In place ot- Mr LOHUS alecle Rate Berlin JalySIn the bicycle com petitions for the worlds champion sluipti which began here Sunday the handred kilometer amaluer chamtc pionship race was won by Robl 0I- wIeuJIasg t10 minutes Aj J J A ft 6 J I ftTtE BATH ROQM Fr ass3Mj lor Andrew D White Com mitted Suicidek T i A r iPkofoiGEDIILL UEALTQ TilE CAUSE I A Bullet From a Rifle Passed Throujr l1 Ills Brain and Death Had Been J Instantaneous j It Is Siiitpnncil Tlmt lIt Ilnccd the ItVrrcl of tht In ii In IIIx lloitth anti Then 1shizrget1 It if 1tbhUM ot10 1If 1j Syracuse N Y July 0Frederick B White son of Andrew D Whitt United States ambassador to icr ninny committed suicide at i0 Monday afternoon in his home in this chy Irolouged ill health and a pei sistetrti and exhausting nervous this case is given ns the only possible explanation of his net Mr Whiti had appeared to bein usual healtht1 during the tiny anti had attended tom matters of business in the manage r meat of the White estate He wa alone in the house with the servants during part of the afternoon Mr White returned short1nfhr oclock and found Mr White dead in tIme bath room A bullet from a rifl luau passed through his brain and death had been instantaneous Nc one heard the shot Some ts years ago on completion of his course at Columbia Law col lege Mr White had a severe attack of typhoid fever from which he never recovered Stcmach and in testinal troubles resulted Later his nervous system weakened anti within a few yeaijrfneifrasthenia de duped State of Acute NvrvonniivuM About a ycarcigo he suffered a severe attack of the complaint Dur ing the recent hot o11 another at tock of the disease came on leaving him in a state of acute nervousness tto Mr White 1111IIp been about town during the Jnpptaret1nj I bright and hopeful antiI it Is believed that he did not premeditate suicide From the appearance of the body when found it Is supposed that he placed the barrel of the rifle in his mouth and discharged it with Ids footSCoroner Matthews made an exanul- jmatiouiot titcjjodynndjt yas at first givgift pilt that cleatlt wait due to cerebral hemorrhage A IfTJn Father otinoilU TIme announcement of Mr Whites death WIM received with great sor rotims4it4ther1iti occupied a prominent position In social cIr- cle A cablegram announcing lilt deah was SlUt to Ambassador White0 at Berlin londn nooJIarrangements for the funeral hue beer made Frederick D White was the only sou9f 4umu1asa1orWhitt HeJlOfliui Aln ArbQrfil1IJ eemhtr 13VJ lie was eflucatedsat CpVncll iuniversity and also in the University of Berlin Prnssia lie studied in Co lumCiia Law college New York from iss5to 1834 Int the r latter year h waipntlmitfcdi to ihe bar at Dink hanun N Y and afterward prac ticed his profession in this city Mueli of his thrfeln later years have beeini devoted to the management of property owned by himself and hid father 1A VIOLENT STORM t 0Ret Life In the Soothern Iart of I- UatI and SUB Dontlnjjo Ve vela Vrccked t Jfort Au Irince July 9 via Irn- ytietableA violent storm ImaM been aging for three Say past over the southern part of Hayti and San omTngo Five persdns were killed t nil Jacinell and nine people lost their iveR nt Les Cayes Several sailing veescls have been vrecked The region between Cotui axidLzm Vega and the city of Santo oittingo JUtS been inundated Tele raph communication is completely nterrupted with Santo Domingo Thjrcnslta1e overflowed t Attempt to Wreck n Train tNew York July 9 Itaymond Cas oiwya Thomas and Ilobert Ross three boys were arrested in Inter son J Monday antI iliejdr without ailffor attempting to wreck nn ex- jiress train on the Erie railroad They placed big stones on the track ttstJibefore an express train was due f A policeman saw the obstruction In- tiritt0 remove It i tJaowb 8 Rogers Will New York July 9 Howard B hog ers a nephew ot the late Jacob s Rogers of 1atersduuhai been serve 1 vitli notice from inC relatnes of the leaJMsed millionaire that the latters vill bequeathing the bulk of his state to jKcj 3fetrppoltait MuseuaY of OLrts nviil be contested JAreliss P Shot Man and Wife July 9 sTamcs W- btinl shot and killed SaUl Hill a Ne mortally wounded Hills wife night The latter died Monday ni1JtTJe cause of tshootlngfc isI iiotlcnowno Akt8e Mcllevea AKashington July 9it Is learneI Ike that flor GenLeBatd WoodI 011 iba has a2kedcthePmidentt- on e hint from service The prea a5cI1Q ri A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY 1IVE ME A TRIAL when you want ST Bluckimjlthing done or repairing specialtyIt1 n d art akor s Goods Coraajon Roiewood and Solid llltck alnnl Coffins und Cntts which cm u be tedup in short notice sad at reason ible price Give rue A call IIi1Q Shop near the Jail II- LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys larriagcs safe teams e Customers ervedwith courtesy and politeness Pa =c solicited Telephone 19 Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of MEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY RFRPWDKc tfc Co 4 CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here stay Nobody will appreciate yow patronage or take more pleasure in try Ing to please you than WA old reliable barbers R U OALDWELL WILL CiUOWELI 0DR S K DAVIDSON DentistKENTUOJrY t OEce over Oowgill Cogli Drnc l5t- oriOEEAKER General Grocei Powell Block Clinton St V- Iaing pnrohMefl I he Qroc rj Svook of J C finnduMiit wiall be pleOrd t- ban an old frhmds call Freiaaood4 fc ad Clitilas Rrj d we Js BARRY CO AT BUCKNER OLD SHOV WillOfderJRopairot ALL WORK GUARANTEED S B F R ETloimi1 =ATIOfl2ZTSAT wpi1 Will practice in all Covrtu etpecially tthe Courts of Hieknimn and Fulton couB b ieri Mr Bennett offire will remain ati Minion and Mr Kemleys ia Hickman IP t- TheBig Four Route to a Railway 5yste Coltlprbln 2500 Miles of Superb Roftdway BiUtaidEqulpplnthiMOSt Api9rov d MMJMT of Matfcra RawayCstrsct1e TIle Puiisr TnItI sen tIIe BKJ FOUR ROUTE vaoePaueger TraIis pr diy rqMg Iorthrratk WJPIMIIgsILcmtlvss f- 45OPassgerCara j 2S Parcr20 DiniBt M4 C le Cars t IuMdNktwWdckSIxtyRIS4NaIIf i iIi 8IO POI Ud KTht 1i Jc1I 0 wLLwIcII iwPlt 1 UrraNi i1tiAit51 c r drICaIRQ t f i 1f c c c r7 1 s t J C tl q SEZAT J II J 4 t J I I I J 1 1 I AtIJ I I fi II JjJ I J ii r g 1I 1 This sale will not fall to cleats nltelest and titib be remember e1as at st l1uleontmnes100111saleson ithese prices they speak for themselves All we wish of you is to read them over give and you compare you them want with and others more than you l 3 xplet It is not IICI88r111 fOl ns to comnHmt t WASH GOODS bargainsever PongeeSilk50 cents now 25c All of our 25 cent Vash Goods wili go iu this sale at 15c flTluBold tet atterns f t t i 20 cent quality at 15c p 15 cent quality at2c 11 12 ceut quality at lOc- i i 10 cent quality at Sc 8 cent quality at 5c 16 cent quality at 3c Bi gJEepf remnants m Lawns 6thatthe prices are too low to name 1 I V J c L Shirt Waists 200 quality at 150 h50 quality at 100 lOOquahty at o7cr Tpc quality at50c s50cqualityat i 35ctt II Shoes and Oxfords I All new oxfords will go in this sale at cost 250 Oxfords nowat 185 225If Ie Ie 170 200r H f 155 175r cc 120 150U Ie + 115 t 95IsoiI Going to change our line of shoes and eyery pair we have on handnow will he 1at a great reduction in order to get our stock in shape for new lin- eDose Lace stripehose cut from 50 to39c cut from 40 to 29c Good bicycle hose per pair IOC UmDI8IIaS Unprecedented values win be offered Dont miss them Ladies 2C inch mercerize umbrella with steel rodworth 125 now pOc REMEMBER I h ar seSSsSSsssssss We reerr 4 IBAelIN SUMMER 6 T Ladies Lace Were 250 2andSI50i 75cfeSAKKEE R r Were S and at 8385 8225 and 8165 i r sSliiftWaistsr V r1Hi tj i i awnsrJar prices 50c to 250 now oatc to 1 Q N- w s 911BigLineof N a tIIo f uv 1 f d J Cor LIo t A t Dimitiesti t rj Ra 11 1 t t J4r t q i it r Uiasl1 SkIrtS 1f lrt4t t oJ Dfr 1 ftcVggr v Lg sjtkUt fi Y AMr SMeiJl4 i j i ati1 asiIrrt Y n+ t r tt H J 4 4 rt i t i 7 Ltf ii a IllrraMtt ati1 t j 1tlt1 tiJI41k1 r q rff t 7ct A NA tj l1 1 tL- rBAtTZERY t t Ikr- ii f r t F f c 4 I I IE f nlli Tiln I 1J We guarantee every R d G corset to give satisfactory wear Old Corsets q f100 quality at The 75c quality at 50c 50c quality at 35- cSheets 90x90 jcentWASH SKIRTS Navy Duck and l wetailored I plaiandn 200 J rutfileE CASH I 1H Telip1NaeCQ I j jI Huntingdon July7Thq Stockhold a of the Carroll County met yesterday for the annual t ctIon of directors JMcNeill Wright erai his resignation tie Secretary and is succeeded by J Fre superintendent of the water ected as follows L E l WrighJq o ed from 150 to2 on business houses and from tl25 to 1140 on residences FALSE Louisville Commercial Mr McEvoy said to be a Manila mer thatEuropean a nL as well as any yellow Asiatic or Polynesian Mr McEvoy assumes to have been in the confidence of Gen MacAr thur to the extent that he knows that ofPresidentr amillionoughtto otheaprovidedside of things that he knows that Fun stol and all the ran of his party madet up the lie about capturing in order to cover up the rjnrchasej Wliegham leftlutthwilleI y atives and friends Little Misses IiL lienRoyerat HornbMk Miss Jalia White return shel1ariuliarI lakeIt branlI Henry Forbes Sat fa ySlon AVU faracMketsvenfor anamed Lyons HvlnK on Reelfoot Lake uGRCsDr TIIIEANEEDLEI A little machine which threida 1000 Minaeapo1styelis seenbrhSMinneapolisSt vilitud bnV pipose WJntedlei cm broidery loom or cea1IB08tetitUe1raut9 eimat adthreadseedlacrossle iiirackwedks g Idtime Ila Mnaefa 4 1ePidlic sfi 1 i itf i c 1Ji r 11- r r r e4 Good quahtyL L New line of good prints at3eatI Good quality Pearl Lot of old style buttons lcper M Good Linen Handkerchiefs onlDC Palm Leaf Pans Belts 75 cent quality for 50 cents 50 cent quality for 35 cents 2cent quality for 15 cen- tsEmbroideries Hamburg 10veryC patternsi Lace II and cream silk lace would 5cat 15c now We have soapsthat p Telephone Agninaldo Heartbnrn ujSIquantity too rich heart cspecmlhtby constipation Eat slowly und not Madx hours elapse between meals and who yon feel a fullness and weight in t I region of theutomachafter i muchdi anliteravoided For sale by Cowgill C Cow gill druggists LETS GO TO H The Merchantsnnd business men f Hickman have determined to give old fashioned old time free bargee at Hickman on Wednesday July 17th for the sole purpose of good will rut t hospitalitbountiful snppliedtreerfor the thousands who are expected everytimani the country Kentucky Tennessee nd Missouri Good music baseball games and many different kinds of in provideej BE STOPPED It would be a good thing to rend the bird law occasionally to the boys w ii find go much pleasure in killing them with their sling shots It is a five dollar flue for killing any kind of bird informer entitled to one half the fl teue for making the complaint Boys mfg furnish some one a go tjob by having in their possession a Ifirro flipper One man in Caldw county was tined 159 two years ago fort killing thirty htrdy which made his I i sport quite expensive No parent should tolerate the notion of his childl I I iu the wanton disposition of killing in ntxent birds It cultivates n habit of viciousness on the partof the child that might develop into a disposition t would be anything from commeuda in liis future FROGS STOPPED TRAINS Ithaca N Ya July 7All Ithaca suffering from a iron pest after there cent heavy rains The frogs have appeared in great numbers The groundI in the vicinity of Renwick Park is c ered with them A train which left Aubura late last night had difficulty working its way through the myri which appeared on the tracks The tracks became so slippery from the ones killed that the wheels would not take holdof the rails Traffic on a Gra of theIthaca street railway running Stewatt avenue has been impeded tfro6reappearedto the vaj ocantlots ae th of the Fiske 3eG maHsion + The little animals have tided houses and destroyed many densia the lower part of the city It is blt1Iviclnityj f r1 Our Interest You Our stock was bought right thus making this reduction of more value A little money will go surprisingly far and dont forget you will Hud here the most approved and latest styles We pro pose to secure you every possible ad vantage to do your trading at our store Hats All our Spring and Summer line re duced from 2J o to 75 per cent Every one must go if price will sell it DutchessTrousers Are worn all over the United States fry a pair The Bargains Shoes we offer in Hens and Roys Takadrartagee SU ftW1 MADAM YOU SEEN THE r HosedalesSIZE OF CITIES It is not exrFiuchee owr New Orleans iis territorially the largest city oldIff- IIj smallest and in i area not S3 great as many of our prei teutious little American villages The ji butthirtysquaremileis commonly known as London iwhat s in the couutyjof that Pno Kew Orleans Chicagoians think thsir tiny0v taJhtivoi largetoas 250 SCHOOL Frankfort Ky July 6The school wtbQI pleted the calculation which shows ter this amount will be paid for each clril d1 of schoolage in percapitaHeved for of visitliolthode l iearleftyear an orer1i00adtiltlastgrrutlhtSupenenowLbetweenIpupils only 1208 less than this year J GEhN 1 FOR = 1000 000 IN COLD Exprisf li Edward Macevoy a merchant at Mab lawho isIoutforandinmadedsHe says that Aguinaldo received 1 inthefarCeand stoasinMacevoyndrot The Americans could never de beguninadoptedartqat they would find AgBinaldo racept ivb lie has been a bribe taker and acountry teller more than once in hialife t I+ Nothing to the case picture has nothing to do with the TillS Ills merely rut there to draw your attention to the feet that The International Tailoring Company cf New York all Chicago have a strong case In their favor to put beforeN you INTERNATIONAL Stirs are PERFECT SUITS and nothing further nteJ te said Y That Is our case and all you have to do Is to put It to the test We are open for Inv 5 tigation and our dealer will be only too glad to oblige you t Call on hum and see Slur pattern feel the quality anj get cur prices I t P s ti J The Royal BrandI rrsaudI onIICF IG LY FOR Mi GOODS Oxfords 58350 825- 0Sowo Tad OSIt Dress DODDS GUltaIns wereiLi PRONOUNCES HORNIEAK IormakingtJaelWi DOIllehu4c buttonsJC eachTc IBlack Soaps SHOULD tiaunconsciously Reduction Salk0n Clothing Should LATEST comprehended dwith THF ARE trea GKMANi t9RJnol beeMCtiRTNUR CASHO tw W W W W W W 0 0 F S MOORE ATT9RNTAT LAW r IIICKKAX IhlUJKf Office partner ot Judge L Js Reutf r- a l AINfS lNn1 TAINTS i At o gil1 t t J- iyMif 1 t t hfrr We havo just received a large ship went of Mixed PaintsColliers Crowntbrandtionl CowgiU Ccnygill1 Ii 1 n 1 DRUGGISTS t Yrt t of j- o AAr W WJ4IlIjj t A l 11 0 r v Kttsburg and Eureka rders accompanied with k Cash will mere prompt nttentlE VtI ALL FUEL USTBEPAIDFOR ON i nELlYERt r 11 ALL GRADES Ol STEAM CURLS ttonn 1 s uptadstengeiiver takeaooploas atCJ + f tv xlt J a j- a dki 3 i I o C I Lc j inr tt t m tnrmrrrtrtrtnri- s I I I s COUPONS m1 Ooo t l i i J ri tWITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE =IN THE I Grocery Clothing and V t I V Dry Goods Department I I aieseCoupons will be recleeni r 1 eratiin3Yitil for 11heSc BeautifullUiUldDecoratedv SeimiPorcelain Chinawai e J i o r J 1 rt1 J rof J d thug enaI1111gvouti obtain n n f F i ENTIRE DINNER SET i ABSOLUTELY liI L FROF COST i I all pr 4 oJ t I i 1 1iljllrl i J TIcheaa st-uffivlle ttxervrr BEST Quiioiflbf UVf SPAREt I JYou cnn save your t T coupons until you get enough for a full sot of dishes or YOU qantaketliGin1 l Out piece atv tmm1 a cup and saucer nllty ttinlaa plate another hill j fifjOll e all set 4 t it 0 j f r f r t 1 I 1 SPCL4Ii t 8 Hr r Vr f to Any of canrr 5 i j j te I oe noW 4- t s i eau i s ecev r- c f r+ iIHIIi t max i 11 itt t t ri3 tt s5ssr s t zevfsl z L LiIJJ2Qi- t v I Jilt 1 P WI4 f trt t1 hj taf WfA- 4 f sA I Ilal UIEI IX CINCINNATI Union Cfty Tenn July oSpecial I S Brown one of Obion Countys most highly respected citizeus and one of the most prominent and wealthy menMin this section died at n sanitarium in- IIII i Cincinnatit= t i A XOUHY SNAKE STORYtI 1Curry I Fields says he killed a chicks snake yesterday seven feet tune inches IaudI three quarters long Ills snakeship had just put nu even dozen eggs where whclllj I II white iporcelain door knob that was use a nest egg trying to send it with thei IIfor that had gone before The looked into Currys face with u beseeching look as if to say give me I a key to this knotty problem He look ed like a monster string of beads withi HeIi the farm and see the door knob SOMETHING NEW The up to date Box Paper for politHicorrespondence The correct very neat and nice at- WILSONS BOOKSTORE BRYAN WOOLDNT LISTEN CONFIRMS STORY THAT AdUIXAL DOS AGENTS SOUtillT TO INTERVIEW HIM J Salem IlL July SViii J Uryau confirms to day the statement that Aguii naldos agents attempted to corrupt him I cuupaigMrpublished Sunday Ho nodded allirma l lively as his eyes passed over the state j jinent that told of tho perfidy of thet leader of the Filipinos When he had finished and he had laid down the paper he said I Yes that statemeut is substantially correct Mr Bryan then explained how the offer made thtimecacalledYork last fall Mr Bryan received a letter telling him that Aguinaldos re resentative would call and that tli would make the proposition to Mr Bryan that Agumaldo would give 3100 000 to the Democratic campaign fund In addition they would promise for the Filipino leader that he would surrender in the event that the Nebraskau was electedand that tho surrender would be immediate and unconditional promie ment founded on the principles cf gov rivin it the Fillipiuo agents appeared at U Hoffman House Mr Bryan was reud for them He refused to see them They clamored for an audience for an audience with some ono who represented Mr Bryan To all these i appleal he was heedless lIe not on refused to sec them but he rof usud I t delegate any one with authority or pow er to consider any proposition they might make I Finally after trying to the utmost I propouIe plan and took the advice of some of U attaches of the National headquarters staff which was to leaye New York and report to their principals that the Demo trots would have nothing to do with tho overtures they had made dayI to meet them so that my oppponeuts could not have the opportunity to misconstrueNmisrepresent the objects ference I would not consider the propl psition which they were anxious tojinaue in person for the reason that I conyue ed it my duty to act as I did C Local and Personal DyTennr TennMiss Mary BecHiam daughter of Urf tinginexiledRepublicandied in Indianapolis Monday The price of wheat is not very couraging to wheat raisers Itis no very profitable crop at ircsent prices atJjgTlio Teachers Institute for Hickman county will be heldl ill Clinton beduin Prinfnron Virginia Luten Kato Reid Mr M 11 Shaw Jr and Miss Maud Parks left- yyesterday foria trip to Mammoth Cave I i nullibeld16 oW awl novv owners exchange bouque eSbli having tho hearty good will of all ccTntemporarics jiThe friends of Judge W II Swiggart of Uuiou City are urging hum to be- Come i l a candidate for Governor next yStr Should he enter the rasa he would be a popular and formidable can ciliatetMl B Flatt candidate for ClintoniDeniocratSays date hi the coming November election Democraticticket Eleven Committeemen sign a publish asklngaudbulconsider the matter ri 11oon1idateE politiEHickman bootleggers soy it iis fiacLf but what are you going tq anyorU is qua conygutlthereing toou rtiQuti are such as not to excite eveysry a and hence things are as they are a 1 RipleIJimities that did sell at 8c now 5a- AMBERGS r and MM Chas Prather of Wood fricndstMr and Mrs E B Eddiugs of Fnl tout ratted Mr and MM Hob Furls several days this week ArkansasitheEplSlippersdIMr R1K Sherrill of Covington Tenu who has been visiting Miss Ellen An derson returned home Monday littleh NoandJohnbeen soldiering in the Philippine Islands returned home Monday theIItckinanckman Monday looking after the interests or that enterprise- R E G Corsets never stretcnAMBERGS ofOlintoninIiickmau dtitlMiss Maud Walker of Fulton uieco of Mr and Mrs Marshal McDaniel who tins been visiting here several weeks YorkStatenPresident McKinleys proclamation opening the Kiowa Wichita Comancho and Apache reservations OIl AngustG iis made public Conditions on which prescribed ablestlawyers thisDisUickmanTuesday 1einksndidate for public oflice New line of Prints at IcA Al1BEfIGSetcompanieshave NorthBritishj VesternBritishl and London and Globe FOR SALES Acres of Laud sit DresdonRoadHickmanIntermsetonBREIAIIlliyJordan Ky homeorinjCuyce Ky l t Sunday morning at Qjpclock She was 28 years of age and I atlyI weretoJ lolldayinertial H toSome Hickman society young ladies are expert nimaiers and hays been in vited to pparticipate in the tub races in 1ehe Mississippi on the 17th but the Courier is not advised that they will enter the contest In fact iif they should they proter names not to be published See the line of 5c Laces at SHAWS Bootlegging selling whiskey illicit J flagrantAtow and then arrests are made but it sufIlcient dr1 o know somehow wont always tell what they do know NEARLY ALL HONE But we still have some very pretty patterns of Wall Paper at tho same bargain prices WILSONSt BOOK STORE The West Kentucky Telephone Co Fulton and Dias bold Ky has sold o Cofo j and tho Cumberland Telephone and Tel j egraph company are practically one and the same concern The consideration forencashtnEldllardemau of Henderson Teun MtHermon21stThisplace He is regarded by his brethren finestbiblebrotherhoodhear thQ preaching and enjoy the has pitahty of the members E E Reeves Co will sell this you Fall Acme Harrows VulcanPlows Rakesmand 6verthing in the Implement line Hickmau Ky DKHIXG last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a but andDiarrhoea usedtatime the child lead fully recovered The child is now vigorous and healthy I have Recommended this remedy freIquently and have never known it totl JVf BoqkwaltcrOhioOowgiUdruggisl Hickman had onSatnrday wMcDerthe scalp ot the qead wounds not se I withotherriver somedocolored boX ob aiatwoundlDghiP1 arethereport that both affairs arc tracable to hootlegging whiskey Bootlegging is grow tug more flagrant daily Fan American Exposition Best reached by the Illinois Railroad Through service via Memphis Louis villa offsxaivc consisting ofSLEEPING CAR Without Change Between ew Orleansa- nd Buffalo I An cv Orleanat Buffalo SERVICEf i AND BUFFET LIBRARY CA ChicagoW thIllinoisV OrloansJmo1 Scott Div Pas Agt Memphis Sm am and Full or Hollywood 300 to onapproval is most R l IT Qo GOODS the PRICES I OLD STAND 1 Clinton Street j STATEHKXT J A BAITER FORMER PRESIDENT SOUTHERN NORMAL UNIVERSITY To my friends and pupilsIconsolidated ray school interest with the Southern Normal and Bowling Business College and will hereafter be at yowling Green Ky Tko institution which I will hereafter form part has more than the attendance and equipment that heretofore able offer at the cost of attendance is no larger It is uiji beautiful of inhabitants of picturesque and wealthy of Kentucky There Baber and will do regular teaching in the Preparatory Teachers Scientific and Clascal or1t 3Tgr or A Bowling Ky NOW IS THE BEST TIME takenWhenand the Baby is mypuceshorttime wouldbebtakenRememberthe the Photographer t WATER AND KISSES Wiley testimonyinfoulestbeverage ofdrinkinged to the harrow of spectators that all of are devouring of bac teria daily PARDONED SGovernorBeckham andBenDemocrats indicted in Pike County DickJusticeand wounding Bud Justice in the elec lion riot November 1900 the election electedR 3claimed to be Deputy Sheriffs and at tempted to arrest the Bevinsw and the general fight which followed resulted in the murder of three men and the wounding of one opineionhI am convinced that those are en chargC3ngainstthem was one of selfdefense THE PUBLIC I am engaged in 1 linei of business at Union City Tenn andcarry at all times a large well as sorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as as all other goods in line solicit a TRIAL ORDER W WEBSTER J SPECIAL OFFEfl D tit I enabled tolsell herebyoffervon u Quarts seven year old Rye Whiskeyfor Express prepaid I propose ship in plain boxes with no atisfactoryThis a liberal offer and I await your orders W WEBSTER 1 t iiv t FOR THE BEST IN0t f GROCERIES r + ir c where they allgo1b9 e want FRESH at LOWEST TOlRogers Threlkeldsf- TTPTODATB GROCER WITTINGS FRESH MEATS r FUOK II t r have afc School Green located ofI a twice I Nast been to located cjty 12000 in one the most parts are three largo schools under I J Jt BABER Yield Green them millions at men TO this and well that and r Goods Free l 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1 Huntingtqu i1t1ngdooyct oneuianegement- bars dupartmtmts ferthoeiafaraiattonarldrues1i Representative respectfully Delivered Telephone 3MTABi1SHEU 1865- eTOM DILLON Sr Propr 9nccreeor to B 0 Damage deed Marble and GtaDiteJloDumeDts i CURBING STONE WORK of all Kinds f IRON FENCING cto 1ii VWIc rIiiItJt U The Rest Remedy for SUMMh Md welTrttleH I Lave been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold modt ill theIproprietary medicines of any note And among the entire list Ihave never found anything to equal rCHamberlams Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefield of Columbus Ga Tfa irem edy cured two severe cases of cholera htreconmefldedandit to my cnytoi era to their entire satisfaction It affords a qaick aad irerc byCowgillaa HAS SEEM KUEVEI 1- v t d TMee many frlepda 8lKajG Jf Saatderswill regret tb lert t e rwasriotappointed to the poeitieiiwLieh 5 1 he has beeryhtUisgricewtly wit8 t teach satitaelidnb i+ iaxgOyort Hewars retI Pt 4 land fearless ofkialuwl 11 illCr f hisduties be Mde tmade wrenraweotJlyilW F c fU iJil r r t 1fLar e NU w rrI a lt i 4 1- f f I j fJI t tt tRn- i 1 i STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I g 1 1 JJOI JOIJII Iaa l cd JIi PRECAUTIONS TAKEN I Cu ia1io31a Watch the Boumlary J 4 iIiirof Kentucky to Keep Out Vlsl torn IlnvlnRT Smallpox I Txniisville Iy July SThe execu tire committee bf the state board ofr health has been instructed to look j into the danger of smallpox being j brought into Kentucky from West Vir ginia anti Tennessee If it is found jj that the matter is ius represented j strict quarantine will be established IIit against these states unless they take jI action toward the suppression of th- disease o The state of Kentucky 1ms i ilombatingIi il liottit appear in another It i isii factI1hiIi mitlco is composed of Drs Mathews McCormick and Bailey and it will take decisive action even if it is neces sary to put guards on the border lin of the states fhe committee will also prepare and present to the next state legisla tire a bill to prevent the pollution of the water courses of the state An in astiincc cited is that of a stream near lit Sterling polluted by a distillery the effects of which are felt in sex oral counties It will also confer with 4 rvpresentatives of the medical schools oC the state with regard to the pas tinge of a law instituting a special eX- amining board for young physicians who wish to practice in Kentucky The state board looks after this now mid men are permitted to practice on their diplomas from a fouryear school rr THE AMBUSHED PARTY t ir Tviu f By lounge Clarence ShippIs i Still at Lnr1s cinate E Xqbnnon July 5Clarence Shipp I agttl 17 who a few days ago it ii- ii claimed ambushed and assassinate- ltiehard Horde and seriously wounded I John Allen on Scotts Ridge this county has not yet been apprehended J jr t Ialthough a posse has been searching r for hint Mid believe they will shortly J 11111VDeputy Sheriir Jack T rter Lrought in and placed in jail Guidio- bctiPh an 11yearold brother of Clar I nce Shipp the alleged assassin 1Iuj n tfjwaswith his brother in the thicket tt TIdeclaresc s 1 having been with his brother whe- i t1toI I the shots were fired It has beenI l learned that four men were shot i- I I I rtead of two as at first reported r Horde who died had 40 buckshot ii- in his breast and head Dave Allen wa- Smortally wounded and John Allen E badly shot but not seriously A- Jar Juncli basket ho carried protected him T tnncn Ky July Glavc Allen who vows shot on Scotts IJidgc Mon tiny died of his injuries and Clar cncc iShipp aged 17 is now a double murderer Richard Horde was the r other ictim having been killed in ftinntly Orii ers an still searching r for Sbipp UNREQUITED LOVE J Jo y f 0 10 b 1 ji J Ji tarry Graven Made Four Attempta at Suicide But Some One AI ways Interfered j i Louisville Ky July SIIarr Gra 1 xfn of this city has made four attempts at suicide recently nil unsuc ccssftil Unrequited love is said to be the cause The young man who is 20 years old took laudanum six wrecks ago A stomach pump drew bits back from the land of shadows t kten lie severed an artery in his wrist A physician sewed it up before to had lost enough blood to cou i Saturday afternoon he leaped into t the river A fisherman pulled him out r d he was arrrcsted charged with Jijdisor crlycondJlct Saturday night = lie tried to bite the arteries in his 1 i writs and beat his brains out on the haaii iJ 1 and begins as Iit- T Aj Graven will have to live a while after c all it Redact Rates Ia Louisville Ky July 8For the tri feaxial conclave of the Knight Tem at Louisville 2730 ti t piars August i Central Trunk New England Southl wstern Western Southwestern an 1 TransContinental Passenger associa tions and the Associated Hallway of t Ifcc Virginias and Carolinas harethe assoeiatioinaI s ranting OM fare plus 2 the other eBe fare- I I t r8eekkaat win Attend t ITopkinsville Ky July 6 Gor be toFi t contI I t i ilaeaptea Favad ti nopkinsville XyJuly 8 Walter it dmpton aged 12 who shot and kill f hedRudolph Killebrew aged 10 wasI Lt wrested in Tennessee and brought t4iiteck here The grand jury has in t t idicted hill ox a charge of Wilful Blur t rfl11i ilia Itidr Fe+ a tdl k t Jf I1 LPJA July 4 The hocy ij WttUam1 Hart colored who Svaa l wercowe by the heat while J weetls oii tke fast of Jam cuttingjjC+ t foundc I Tuesday was Wednesday j t 7 1 1f J 1 tM t1 C r t T k 4 5 ICHANGE IN LUCK Milton Kcinlnll After Yenr of JIs Plods IliniMcIf to Be Iforlnnr lr to Oil Lnndx Lexington Ky Tiny SMilton Ken dell of this city after years of mis fortune anti just acquitted on th charge of having killed Eugene Gas sell in this county about IS months lingo has at last experienced a change in luck Through his wife who taut n daughter of Dr II B Lary foriner jof Maysville Ky he finds that he iisI heir to 4000 tares of Texas noel S 000 acres of which arc in the Beau moot oil field Lary at the close of the Mexican IiDrbought up the discharges of five war veterans which entitled hint to these large holdings of TexasI lands Kcndull discovered the paperI by accident nt the death of hit father iinIaw and only recently obtained i judgment for SOU acres He invest gaud further and found at the stateI iiee other grants and since the discovery of oil he has determined to push hisi claim Kendall has been involved in numer ous lawsuits and this has prevented 1 him from devoting time to his Texas 1 holdings He is now living in com paratlvc poverty FOUND THEM DEAD Ilocanic AVcnltuy anti Ilctnrnecl la Search or Ills Sl tcrlnl aiv and liar Dnutrlitcr Owensboro Ky July Glric1ny morning when the 835 train reached here from St Louis n min who lived here 20 years ngo named 15 II Widt lace but who was a stranger to every body got off and begun to inquire ifi anybody knew where Mrs Pauline vidtmer lived No one uts the depot could tell him and he came on down to town inquiring of people as he- met then as to Mrs Widtmers resi dunces red membered the tragic suicide on the night of June 30 1S97 of Mrs 11id mer and her only child Miss Pauline and told him that she was dead and told him the circumstances attend ing the death of herself and daugh stricnk en and his condition was pitiable He had come all the way from Seven Dev u ils Hill on Snake river Idaho bring ing with him 20 fivchundrcddollnr liills to give to his sljtcrinlavr out her Daughter and to tike them with him j his mining camp in Idaho where tna find thorn well anti alive I WRONG PiSTOL USED i One Inn Fatally Shot tit the lie icaa Demo atrntlon nt lloTrl Ins Green Ky Bowling Green Ky July 5 Ths 1 big lied liens demonstration at t i fair grounds here Thursdayn imarred by a shooting affair about 4130 oclock The sham battle was on be tween the ned Men on one side andl the cowboys and military on the other when one of the ned Men John spn1tcsvas shot iin the back and alai gerpusly and perhsp fatally hurs by Peek Campbell one of the cow hogs Campbell left the grounds iml mqdiatcly after the shooting but res turned later and surrendered to t I ofllccrs He admits that he did t shooting but says it Was accidentsI 1 that he had two pistols in his pocket i lone loaded with blanks and the other with cartridges and in the excitement of the battle he got hold of the loadedl pistol NoakeH who was shot is an L S X engineer and lived in this city Carwolea GUt to Celutte 5Cocingtnon will ever remember Andrew Carnegie and the Fourth of July Thurscut y Mayor IShinoek received a cablegram l from the retired millionaire instruct- ingl him to have prepared the 1Ilnl- nnd t specifications to take the bids ofrtn Auditorium Mr Carnegie said thrat he would provide 20000 toward de fraying the expenses A dispatch of thanks was sent Ur Carnegie Coanraay Iaccponted Louisville Ky July GThe Oldl incorpoeo capili areaO II Ir vine 750 shares D B Mushelman 10 shares This company will take over distilleries of D Meschenderf and engage In a general distilling busl ness Killed Over a Game Ilopklnsville Ky July 8 ColoredI men were engaged in a crap gamo nt Oak Grove Sunday when Di Williams shot Ink Cowherd throughl the heart Williams Is in jail Six Liven Saved Louisville Ky July 61he llifei savers Friday rescued a raft on whit I were W Dean S T Conway A Gunnlf William Kineaid Charles MitchellI George Alboy and G Bronson all of Frankfort from going over the fall The raft is worth 7500 McDowell Will Appeal Richmond yJ11y 6doe YcDr EstilljCi TEE ISSSE H SIGHT IProjection and the Crusts t1yii llc J Vigorously Combated h the S Democracy aF I Oar year from now the canitthJEnYl fo i orliViugI1t8apsopHs will decide by for polUtaa Sr filiation of those they then cluclt reprissent them what the future ftftlfiy jf the government shall be on thjjlni pcrtant iiwues that or v now bllnc df Ilutt Ja DJt6 D chardson cj r= OMIII of the democratic con rirssl Bn l 203 in tire jjive to Ithe Hnltiniorpiiftij ehis views un some of the nomeni j f questions as follows Jr The cerelopmein uf issues jltc saW ie much more rap d thaw ihft PvkIiidatrs it must be borne in nun thill we haretothe congresidooaJ I camnjiUjai J of 1002 kon with before we ear ter upon the business of president making in 1904 iIOut of the earlier contest mrfjf Igrow conditions which vll indictf-I more clearly candidates available far fthtI doles for 1004 seems to be fonndln the en rDed of some torn of punter or3 1 IltS iromirence to begin n canvass Iii Hu 4 fTheJ ure eem o me to be more clearly iin floated than at thCJo l of our latest contest it seemed possible they could 1 he so s Gon True democratic princl plea hare great vitality Whenever the country reels that false theorie and daugerous olclcs are leading the orririhtare snfltyTbtr lubliean party declared n rely years igo to have been settled totally and1 Decree in favor of high protection will be found to be very pressing iin the next presidential campaign I Trusts the offspring of the republican lolioyj have grown so great that thy nvcrtop the parent and Dame Protect Itionj can no lonjrer conceal them at her jback by spreading her skirts or en reloplnjr them hi the black smoke of jthe factories Even the trusts them selves demand something more tha simple home products to feed on and he most robust of them are Ioukin or an open way o foreign markets Vithn the very ranks fthe repnb catI continuance of the system which shut us out of our proper place in thf worlds commerce There is a realJcant acknowledgement that the ollt1 democratic tariff doctrines furnishh ioceans to open markets to our prod nets It may be clearly seen by one ttI who links ahead that the tariff goes II tlion will enter into the campaiiv bf P 1804 as an important issue and 1h1 JE the deiroerats will be found standing f wher they have always stood f rI All the old articles of faith Jibir have given the democratic pnry en J bteemlazonedpatgn The preservation of the felt firrntsonitirehensive issue f the canisnigluL IVToedtriclrrtiTitedi polv n f th M5r ractcrhwide public nJienlion and may arc n 1dwrti r not tenon whether it is fully Irle Ptt ths tnje iis due to the fact that the ad5stnI lion is Ferously embarrassed by the anticipated pnrpo e of forelrn eor ernments to acquire coaling stations in the proximity of South and Central An+ rcan ports Prior to our adventure in the Phil1 bccrmrhea power rs e advocates of empire use it the r1l iire of foreign governments to establish felt bases of supplies withn the sphere of American republics wail have occasioned no serious embar rassment There were no doubiaex cited by foreign entanglements and poHnsThereobject and it was niter Iy acknowl edged by all the world lint the new policy of the administration hu pusHont remote 1 islands the United States must acquire the right to establish conk stations within the sphere where t influence of foreign powers iis recog nized How can this government de to other powers n privilege within t h sphere covered by the Monroe dictrine while it seeks similar privilege within heir dominions This Is the qlle which embarrasses tio11 The admiaisrdoes not knoshow to refuse privileges similar I to those it must ask yet to grant the tolirewould beat least a modification of the threatenIper milting the establishment of bases of whiforeigntim f abandn would place in the I nck i being todefendfro attack This is one of the penalties we are privilegebof I s wi1lblgtopajthings tested in 1904 la1r Dawes and his merry ig who look after the national baRks never seem to be able to diseoverj tvtrouhIe until it is so acute thatferiJone but the small depositor knows y7 If x attentCtooe IlUn etai polities to further his own ambitfentthe public might be better protected it r r L COMBINATION EFFECTS tnlTa Jlnrnnt1t Put tp a lUna 0 Fool the Confiding- People The giant railroad combination is evidently organized to fleece the public and thug sty dividends on their wa tered stock not only at its par valce but on the market prier of Carla tack many of which are quoted above par and greatly above theintrin gic value for which the roads could be replaced The great railroad mag nmes Insist that the combination will benefit the public and butler the con ditions of the men employed hut this is evidently said to tool the people Freights have already been advanced from 30 to 30 pr cent according ta the Wayhinffton Post which says t wcst rn merehaniK alll heavy shippers of mtrchandie art preparing to call to actbefore the interstate comnifrei onminission the heads of the various railroad combina tions and the community of inter eats alliances of the trunk lines throughout the country The charges are made that following those move meats of consolidation freight ratesi have been advanced from 30 to 50 per cent throujrh quiet and organized manipulation of the various caeMiicn ticn of commodities Rebind the movement to attack this scheme of I theinterstllterelief lies the plan for a still more fjji orous blow The crnpainant intent to demand tbnt ronltrrsFahall taken hand in forcing the formation of a uniform classlttcation of freights which shall be effective on try railroad in the United States It is encouraging note that these prominent merehtintKar to take ac Hon hitherto they have stood aloof and lleft the bur fn cfiirhtingthe rail roads to the grangers and others Their plan rf fmandjnon give them relief is the tny oiw that will brill result Clrdoubtlue found wiring to pass any hilt that will really hurt the railroads Nearly ever republican member will ride on a fry e pass not ony for himself but for his to11ashinrtonfiranagers granted him this favor of course ex npeel protection and favors in return About from tua Honor congressmen and of legislative ndidates who will elect United States islthe rapacity of the railroad trust to rot in their work and in 1S03 some thing may be accomplished SECRETS OF RECIPROCITY Split of Republican on thr Tariff ntercxt1nKtThe sprunghas the merits of protection and reciprocity its good rending these days for when thieves gethconomistfhighhnndj i Vavy raps in return but as long as monopoliesy fightn hitdevery comes up to say a word against its backers What maters the controversy more interest ling ill that many facts that were known but were difficult to prove are now being acknowledged For in stance it was well known that theStrepublican managers in the senate were held up by the protected indus tries affected and so the French and Mther reciprocity treaties were not ratified One of these protectionists writing about the matter makes this plain by gaud ernment to mike a reciprocity treaty We told them that if they would reduce their duties upon some of our product we would reduce our duties on some of theirs This invitation iwas extended under the authority of the Dinglcy tariff law and therefore assthetexecutive had performed his part of rthe duty congress repudiated the Engeandhepinchbeck jewelry and a few Cali raisertheireproducts would be rctu cd M de Witt the Russian finance minister did not mince matters in giving his opinion of Secretary Gage tic said he cannot imagine that Mr Gage would intentionally mislead people of the United States and therefore he can only conclude that Mr Gage is not possessed of all the facts in the case In the meantime further reprisals are hinted at on ag ricultural machinery but our manu stfacturcrs must not blame GageJif they are entirely blocked out of the Russian markets they must blame the Dingly tariff A prompt revision of the tariff is the only hope of our manufacturers if they want to dos foreign trad It is announced that up io the present time the prosecution of Mr Jfeely for the Cuban post office frauds bas cost the government 50000 and he is as far from conviction as when rancheBatRbpne has cost is not stated It is quite evident that the republicans do not dare to vigorously prosecute these men or they would have been brought to trial long ago TV threat fRat bone to pull down ihe pillars ltofrCk i t iV RELIABLE R B B R E V A R DI Has a Superior Stockl of the best makes usf all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS llJAIiMD AS RiiPIffiffl ROOFINC A SPECItLTY III ii jHnr J JK IIlCKMAX KENTUCKY I Capitall Stock1 paid In 850000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 I Does a General linnking nll inos Loans Muncyon Liberal Term Act g of Farmers Mcrulianta and Manufacturers respect tally solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by theff Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe hits never yet beer Opened by Burglars o R t CAMetCtdehiorn COYJRANQFAITUEBbI or TIlE CELEHfltTE r HtQ KAIf WAaQNS i IIiJ310X AN XENTUOKY VlTALMPOWERflEIILTfl RfiSTOREfi The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS NervousTrouhiestNo matter how hopeless the eat may set m Astenlshinz and quick m1 powerfulENaturalI Vitalitypermftnentlr nKI IU I dUlcIo skillful and learned rtMArch In dMatenrilhn theUerand at tha saino time tonic ilu oodTiredWOMEN strong and robustWEAKMEN gad 1 VHus Dance Nervous Headache Backache Trembling Nusibntss Lost Power and allcucb dtseae ofthe aotatt y will brlnjr the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add pleasure to life We could give Thous ands of Testimonials but your Isl at trey in 10 try them We refund the money Ila runs Is trot Prlrorocwwv11leSold by Cowgill dt Cow jll I The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas gotJ via Cairo and the 11J Cotton Belt 7to tejj is that the Cotton Belt twenty five to fifty miles shorter i than other routes r i JJthissaving in distanceo fs makes a corresponding saVe rlv v Jnc in timesCMon Mt bins GIfT fuww f SIC Jlltht r rlor Cafe Cars l dirty the ty 1114 Frtt Ctuk Can both day td nffbt 1f wita and tA M where yea 1ft i eb f and when you will rare and we wW uHyttt the tMct cost ef frl tkkrt gad scud yw a eanpkw 1 Khedul fer the trip w1send yea an talrrsttft kttt lout A Trip toTlIISu I L T tP- tw farli tt IriwKcrrlr twr tr Lava Chleafo at 63O p m dIyI VIA altVz CHICAGO MILWAUKEE 4 IT PAttiJRAILWAY ArrivM tttwf it 780am I MlmiMp lc at930 a m Tbt OIIJPtrfHtTIaU WtrlaV f l 0 6 r = ii I oq tt1IftJ r JI i 0 i H k ttHARVEST TIME JHEEldI 2 A Sermon of Congratulation for Christian Eadcavorcrs 1 Dr TalmnKc KtiirU H ailclitjr SnKKty- ittVf c tII44 iu II 10 rtttl Urowtl 1 I ujuli orriellou rChrU- tlatiltj c ct Copyright mlbyLbu11oiscn N rJ tJ J Although DV Tannage was Hindered 1iifram ittlcutiing the great iuui4ueetiiti of the Christian J1ti ii ullinunnati his sernumi hovhhnt be m Inhiat liy with the Ttnt mon meat text Ainols U13J Behold Ithe t days come snith tlfe Lorj that t laII ovman shall overtake lift rcuneii I 1ntlJit because of uther important 1 dutiesi in accent the Juvitutioii tu take k i Part III thegrcat convention of Chris i tjan Kuueayorers at Cincinnati heunI las week lpreuihI a sermon of eon f gnuiiitionfurallheI mciisi rs or thai Jna0jnlicttit usGciution whether u gathered in vasri assemblage busy in 2i ther places of useTtinc transaan I tic an eisatlanticandi as I itis uuu har f vest time in the liclds ad sivklvs are Cashing in the suthennj ofa gi10 at crop 1 find might jiujjgtsiiveiiei in ii tfxti- t t It is a picture of a tropical cimeII I IIIunestII ing thlt5iftf lite s thit1y husband 11 irau busy cutting tin grvii uou j fees the breath of the l ores on shouticrs the horses hitched to Orr PlOW preparing for a new crop Lol3 the days come saith the Lord i that the plowman slusH overtake the H reaper AVheniis haVJf That iif now 1 W J i sirb 1 t w n htrd hare ou b Ote sreaping one harvest of jeUgiouli I I gettingIIInphraseology charged with nIl yen cm and abuse and caricature I know Tfluzt Iniuiels and agnostics have de f J clnrvd that Christianity has collapsed i r that the Bible is an obsolete book that tJ the Christian church is on the retreat r i hil answer that wholesale charge I n tlar lnten 3000000 and 40000QQ En tC deaor rs sworn before high Heaven d1hat they will do all they can I tt take Mc America for God Europe for CodVAsIa V1 end Afrieafor God ure nOt lbe ligns sT most cheering Or to return to thcI 4i ngriiiiltural figure of my text irnj re j J tjian a niilIion Teapers are overtaiieu tj t by inure than a million iplowmen IJe1 v 1ti Fides this there are more people who ir Leieve In the Bible titan at any j ii I Ihe jjoridslexisteuce An iJ LrtjieSvas lending a French hmettff- r Crl tlSS tfbe hest and ever and r if the Arab guide would get down J sartd and pray totheiord Itdisgust I 1 ed the French infidel and after awhile I i3 iinsi thorlotupjl9mu of his 1 t H prajerV iWlui eVtardr IImvdo I t ii you lknow there is any God And the I 1 i M Arab guide said 4MoVdo IksoVthat J r H n nan and a camel passed by our tent t lastt nit 1q itbv the ootprint in the tnli And youtr jnnt to lmn I lioxv I know whether there isany God Look at the sunset Is that the foot t rttp ofn man 7 And by the snmeII iirocess youandlliavc come to under iKiand tfcat Jthis boJk is the footstep 6fOod If i i 4 tt But now let us see whether the booRJJ b1 last years almanac Let us see whether thejchurcluof God is a Dull Runt retreat muskets canteens null haversacks strewing all the way The great English historian Sharon furIner a man of vast learning and great accuracy not a clergyman but an at S torney as well as a historian gives this t overwhelming statistic in regard to Christianity and in regard to the num her of Christians in the different ceo turlest In the first century 000000 Christians in the second century 2000 000 Christians in the third century r 5000000 Christians in the fourth cen tury 10000000 Christians in the fifth I century 15000000 Christians in the I sixth century 20000000 Christians in the seventh century 24000000 Chris tians in the eighth century 30000000 Christians in the ninth century 40000 000 Christians in the tenth century 50 000600 Christians in the eleventh cen I tury 70000000 Christians in the twelfth century 50000000 Christians in the thirteenth century 73000000 Chris k ktians in the fourteenth century 60000 I 000 Christians in the fifteenth century JOOdOO000Christians in the sixteenth t century 125000000 Christians in the feventeenh century 155000000 Christian in the eighteenth century 200 000000 Christians a decadence as you c observe in only one century ard more tlztu matTe up in thet following cen jj turiswhie it is the usual eomputn t thou that there were attlie close of the 1 nineteenth century 470000000 Chris V t thans5 making uto believe that before fI thi Century is closed the millenium 1Willh1ei started its boom anti lifted lfits hosanna1 f Ptidrj Christianity What a pity it llhas no friend How Qnesome It must i be i Who will take it out of the poor 1 house roorChfisH1nit Four bun If drellmillion in one century ItI1 few 1 weeks of this year 2500000 copies of the eWtrestamnent distributeul Why H the earth Is like au old castle with 0 w j gates and a parK ofartillery reI y 10I EF thunftfif down every gate See howL m beatljenflrom is being surrounded K ioneycqrabeO and attacked by this all if onquWiJifsGospel llHAtth beginning m of thrainetecstk cchtury 150 missiori m iris at the close oil that century S4 P COO MissJoaaries antf native helpers IIt and evangelists At the beginnmgr of P the nineteenth century thetewcr only fk 0000 converts Vpw there ar over P 1000000 c converts from atherbm B You all nofhat ah irapprtartworkf J jranV rmvisJoplitiH1ie batterj sn- t I I18Y take nauy days to pa it the lnt l1tteDJIDutue hiuig pluttec1aUalong tkeu-ii tr f i 1i I I i enacts n Id Jnjallif3libnsltniaj tri1eIJn jjo6d while o plant them anG t flU y du all their wvrkin cue day 1hey will Natlys artW be born inn da nut just comr btxclc to Christendom and niz the fact that the J1lareaicrted ther eives with evangelical o IstbtIIsIsn j btIscomingI I Upon what bcok could there be uttered i the hocinnity of an oath Vhatbook I is apt to be putin the trunk of younif man as 1tltu for city theII The Iiblr What fhail I find In nine f every ten hcmes in this city vutIiI Ii lijbk In nine out of every ten j in ClirisUiiloni The Bible V tairc I 111IIIIi yiwt I hat century iis poce and ItJ j nv elI IIU tfaa thertiumin which j j iitirf vr 11 hat prophecy not linz i iih agi is crowd id 1 rom floor t t ceiiizg iih Ilihtes from SvtrazdySuppcse the i lIIgi s of tilt litf1jJ j Statis should I IS law thnt t tressluiiM or mi IIIIM IJiuies printed in j Anicrica 11111IW Hililfs read If 1 iiicre art iOttKXiC i own people ill t Ijie i Initrd StstUs here vouit t j UIUU peoplfiu an army to put down I I oIlC hIt law itilt1ftil Their riht to i rial the Iliiiile ItU snppox tini t il j tIN of the United States sioi1ti mutic a Inw against the reulti or jthe pnldiiatHii of any oihii jPlho many people woiiltl go t I Izt sueh a cruiade Con 11 you pet Ct lJzOOOOOo people to go tit and rik z their j iilives iin tho defense cf Shakespeares tmjjeilios or Gladstones trLI sOl Maeaiilztys IM History of Engiaiidt You know I lint there are a ihour l men who wciiiit die in the defense of this booS where then is not mcr than one nviu who would tile in tthe j jl defense of any other book Von try to insult my common setivc by telli 1 I ir me the mule IK fading out from j the world It it the most popular 1 j book of the e4ntttrsesII IItt How do I know it I krow iit just Ias 1 Icnow in regard tu other books How many volumes of that history t arc ptibHshcd Wen you say 001r boo1nreI i Which is the more popular Why ortcourse the onn that lias the huiiditr1 1tthbnsnnd circulation Ami If this hooktt has more cupjti aljroml in thu vorhtIt if Ihurearcior n Tjmcs aiSnrny Bibles n abnuad nkt 1110 Ot1rLtUIk n l1ontitiltVcd nations doe4 iuttnh how you I that the most popular bonk on earth I I today is till worth of God j Ohriy people the clinrch is a t tt ollection of hypocritos and it is los j tt liiif its power and it is fadfnp omit ji- I Tom the world Is it A tiislio jI of the Metlmdixt church told me that i that denomination averages two new J c lIrCi 7evt I Jn I 1 ort1rt tlfcy buiil 7SO churches in thnt dor t npmiiiation in a year and there are nt least 150Q new Christian churches jIt built in America every year Does i kfhft obkmtif 1 hunsh the Cltrisriait h Church were fading out ns hough it were UlCll lltJtinstitutiun What dI I staUds HaJj rt tkthie1rtirts of time I Aiherican jllJltPIPttoilat 1 do not I care iii i1hiIJigc or Ayhat cityor t what neighborhood yon O What is it Is it the post ottico Is it the hotel U it the leeUiringr hall hJyou know it iis not You know that that which stands nearest to the jId hearts of the American people is theiI i Christian church The inlidcls muThrl is great liberty now for infidels freedom of platform IInfidelity shows its power 1 from tilt fat I lint it is everywhere 1 tolerated ami it can soy what it will Why my friends infidelity is not hall so blatant in our lay ax it was in the lays of our fzuthmerzDo you know that in the lays of our fa timers there were pronounced intidels in public authority and they could 11toI11I the Christian religion and what city wants him for mayor what state I wants him for governor what na 1 tion wants him for president or forking Let a man openly proclaim himself the enemyof our glorious Christianity and he cannot get a ma jority of votes in itiystate in any city in any county iu anyward ofII AmericaI mightily encouraged because I find among other things that while this Christianity has been bombarded for centuries infidelity has not de stroyed one church or crippled one minister or uprooted one verse of J one chapter of nil the Bible If that has been their magnificent record for the centuries of the past what may we expect for the future The churchI I all the time getting the victory and their shot und shell all gone And then I find another most en couraging thought in the fact that the secular printing press and the pulpit seem harnessed in the same team for the proclamation of the Gospel Every banker in this capitalI tomorrow every Wall street banker tomorrow in Xcw York every State sjrcct linker tomorrow in norton every Third street banker tomorrow in Philadelphia every banker in the UiiledStatcs nrid cvery merchant will have in his pockejt va treatise on Christianity 10 20 or rQ passages of Scripture jn the reports of sermonsI prenchect throughout the land today It will be so in Chicago so in 2Ccw j Orleans so in Charleston so in Bos ton so in Philadelphia so In Cincin nati FQ everywhere I know the tract societies are doing a grand and glo rious work tfiikiyjallyok there is not power on eaWk teday equal io the fact that the American printing press is taking up the scniionsi which arc preached to i JenVhundred or a few thdrand people aid on Monday aolJag and Mo dacvznintscatter 7 1 juglt citcourrjenient to every Chrlstias t mnnAIThen you have notice a mo7e sig 0 nificant fact if you lao talked with ton the subject that they nraiottiug disgusted with worldly philos ti 6lihYit docs not amount to anything j hen you have a dead child In the They tell you when they were i ick and the door of the future secmed- pening E the only comfort they could e uti was the Gospel People are hay ft ug demonstrated all over the bndf that science and philosophy cannot solace the troubles and woes of tile world and they want acme other re t ligion and they ae taking Christian the only sympathetic religiont 1 Iity ever came into the world 2ottte take a scientific consolation into that room where u mother ha ll- e Irsr child Try in that viie y0It- pkflhiI cioctrtna of the uzrvivn trJ the fittest Tell her that child died liecause iit was not worth asineih ntf l other chircn That is your survival of the fittest Just try our transcendentalism your 1ititotI diy yoir science on that WllUVel 1 oul ami tell her it was a geojogki neiosMty that hr companion should lie taken away from her just as in t1 9 course of the worlds history the nttill rum Cud the ichthyofaurus had to juisis out of existence and then 4flllion until you jrvt to the sublime fact I that oOftOoyo years from now wo ourselves may be seientic upcctnmns n the edogishelf petrified sped oftj oxtinct litiinn race Awl rfter you have got all through with ij consolation if the poor afflict 1 h ed soul iis not crazed by it we will Hnli forth from any of our churches oJ the plainest Christian we have awCj 1 vith onhalf hour of prayer and readinT f Siripture punises ttooi tears will be uipeil away and the t Jiovsf frtMi flOOr to cit ula will be fLnIdwith the ealusness of an tnfdiat snnnner xutixe There ill wherp i IStl tie triumph of Christianity People art dissatisfied with cvcrj j- I lhc1waatl nostieixni The fact i Chllitii 1 11 glolo 1 i aorucc hemiclwignorance astrcnumicnl iIgnorance jreojfmphieal We have heard what iU enemies of Christianity have bt4 o testify Xow I put tcfore you time tvstimony of time church on earth and ime church in Heaven JVot fifty no thousand not u minion but nil of the church on earth EXJI mall of the tnoIi I messed as well as felt the power of religion or will you prefer the tfcs i timotty of t hrse why bein by IlJalting thai they have never vvitiiesscd i lor fet its power You fell me that i Ion a certain 1th of Marli 29 yisud t ngon presiilent of tho Urited SrntisI Innitgtipajtert wdt I know ft9 TlCrtonsitinddresms I deny both I deny I that he wan inhujjnrated I deny thntII his inaugural address vs delivered You ask why J did not sec it I id I not hear it But you saj there l were 20000 people who lid tee andI hear him Is not the testimony of he 20000 who were present worth I more than the testimony of one who was absent Now there art some who say they have never seen Christ crowned in the heart and thy do not believe it is ever done There is a group of men who say they have never heard time voice of Christ that they have never hoard the voice of God They do not believe that any thing like it ever occurred 1 point to twenty a hundred thousand or a million people who say Christ wasI crowned in our hearts aifcctions wo have seen Him and felt Him in our soul and we have heard ills voice we have heard it in the storm and dark ness we have heard it again and again Whose testimony will you hacInot seen the coronation or will youI believe the thousands and tens of thousands of Christians who testify of what they saw with thiiir own eyesI and heard with their own ears Young man do not be ashamed to be a friend of the Bible Do not put your thumb in your yen us young men sometimes do and swagger about talking of the glorious light of nature and of there bccig no needI of the Bible They have the light of nature in India and Chin and in allI the dark places of the earth DidI you ever hear that the light of nature gave them comfort for their trouble They have lancets to cut and juggernauts to crush but no comfort Ah my friends you had better stop your skepticism Suppose you are put in a crisis like that of Col Ethan Alien I saw the account andI t at one time mentioned it in an address A descendant of Ethan Allen who is an infidel said t never occurred Soon after I received a let ter from a professor u one of our colleges who is also a descendant of Ethan Allen and is a Christian Ho wrote me that the incident is accu rate that my staternem was authen tic and true The wife of Ethan Al len wan a very consecrated woman The mother instructed the daughter in the truths of Christianity The daughter sickened and was about to die anti she said to her father Fa ther shall 1 take your instruction or shall I take mothers instruction Ic am going to die now I must have the matter decided That man wIle had been loud in his infidelity said to his dying daughter Hy lear you had better take your mothers religion iMy advice is the same to ouO young man You know reli gion comforted her You know what she said to you when she was dying You had better take your motherI religion nr 1vcrslty of Not re Dame Notre t Dame Intl Q10 attention of readers is called to the- dccrticment j of Noire Dame University 1or the great educational institutions VCit whichappimis ill another 0II rSan of this paper Those who may have oc- iTan to look up a ccliegc for their sens unM5 the coining year would do well to i respond with the President who will 3il them a catalogue free of cliArge as well as all particular regarding terms j ifrzem of studies etc schoolifconnection11 I flPSfch students of all grades will ave thernc1vciiicthertended for younc men preparing for btwi gcjjj may be finished in one or two years acfitrdins to the ibiliy f the student TEnvAnDn HALL far boys under thir teen is an unique department of the in ffiSition The higher course are thor tfiipn In every respect and rwdenti will Ti4every oPPrtuuity Of perfecting them i In anv line of work they mny ehoorc ta1 Icct Tioronghne in eIatsworkc JNlleM in the tart of tudcnti and dcvo 1mDi to the ilet inttrest of all ere the itnmusbimg chat acteristics of Notre University Sjyjillj sbc yearof activei workin the mte of education have made this institc qt1 famous aU over + me rmntrv JA Doubtful omiliimut fisi ifi4d3ir1eiiI piit1m a pr v t Otir41it IQit my iir- Wiili3ciJ i Jtor 1 1C t i iwi IflU Oioflaarnai 11nortolt r taceT JH Is seldom that n number cf doctors iicAMj In a wrong datrnosis but tlev evii iLe dM in one CMRO is inBtdo ntt in tho wlnwinr letter frois Anson Baker t Co jI JltSowYorltCtv h Your Lotion l11311111d aOitiniiit ne rf E1pmot both lops and Jgjkl fter havnK l eci ltnnfHID ed inrnrabte tjibnft5 in cal nut of Hniil JMiaers lAt on hs etfeetcd inii v euros i tjhjtt j4tyilrtai c nzl l not ant i is tho ono rinwdr Uunt shonid IK ferp in every Imroe I 11MU drlnit hasnt it std to t1n I mei t4 Prl Rt = Y fir samples of latiuor Lotion and Lotion Sop llnHJuac IIhu t1 h re kbtm IitiIn til1 me I 1ri 4II 11 I erft s f r 11 1 1II 1 I Pt I i ir 4TIIji I itllIQliI 1 I IlCttt liii 1 HMVClS I 0 nau r wliit iiiR yon headache to a- lcct I you Wjneer gtt Wcii untilurtelIaii put ngliu laxitret heip iiAiurc j flIe you uihuu u jirijn ur jwin prodiRi J y lUll Ut nioremfitf tost nu jusl 10 j j trn to stiirtt scttinp mir hoaltli hack Ratrts Camly iithrtie the pennine put I in 111111 ItlIM S evin taiiKt has C C C attdiu1 i iIi iiitatiuns ttisifltiii tflfiIIn bi rn inmilli thint Swb acinn at the reception 111 It latII hij c hIt it fMlIt T tIII ni f Tt rollcre jrad j c slri rr Janrral I iII o L 1kc 4 1 n n your z oer xca FTOase wdf ijr te feet I 1 iiuke timt o Now e1 ytl IIviy lures Corn Itching ton Hot Callrti Smarting So e ani- cting Feet AlI flruggi4ts and Shoe- jjpeaael r iit2 Sim e eni PTIKK Ad- Jhei S minMn tc lU y X Y i4sw3 Unslldalu lOr f lt rttj t4ats amlot i nEjjoohit Ijumnn iza Itc in tvhkb- ft i i tttos nbunt 25 tents trtet iar iarc to Kef0qi wntrc you tan iiick clover Chicago Jtcii lUcral tnnffIerl u lrLJOIUHI To latjadcr the cxqiiis to croationsof mus I I lins awl J4IQlllin vhlcli this season tit i bf ptnc quito a problem yet tnlIOUIUISII UeliKito ntiiUiriulx will not be vasluAlvitli Ivory Soap and then dried in i UjosliSxlcI But little stnixh rmetl lhe used f ELIZA K rAJtKEi i a I lIt isI worthier to t j mtorv l by the wise j few ipaij tn lie Littered by the Jooiiai jt iiwMJkVelUM ing I d36nt hcluve 1no s Pure for Consump toiriJollnFeb 15 1900 Maytnc best IIIHII winthe pretty brides ZmtIiLCt igo U i Xrw u IlronrliltlH vu Ho Cn oiI With IteisieV Croup Cure spcedly 5Octs1I TIlE 3IAUKKTS Cincinnati July 6 CATTLE Common 2 50 4 00 Extra butchers 4 85 5 25 CxVLVES Extra i 00 310GS Select shippers G 05 10 Mixed packers 5 SO 17 00 SHEEP Extra 50 JiAilBS Spring 5 65 7- 5LOUIiSpriug pat 3 70 g 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red 65 CORN Xo 2 mixed 40 OATS No 2 mixed fl 32 31YE a 5- 0JIA1Ch timothy a 12 75 PORK Family gl5 00 LARD Steam 8 40 12yChoiceI Al1L1SNew per brl 2 00 3 25 POTATOES Xev 2 00 Vi7 2 25 TOBACCO New 800 13 75 Old 624 c 9 00- Chicago IWhEATNoI X03 spring 5S c1 63 CQJJN No 2 43 OATS No 2 o 29 KYEfNo 2 S 47 POIIK lessH 00 14 10 LAItD Steaui S 55 g S 57Yr Xew York PLOTJU Win patent 3 60 f 3 90- V1I1ATNo 2 red 7- 4CO1iNo 2 mixed501hOATSNo 2 mixed 323 KYlCrWestem 53- POKK Family 15 50 d16 00 LAUD Steam 8 83 flaltlworr WJIEATNo 2 red 694 70 Southern G7yg 711hI 4SysONlSXol CATTLE Butchers 5 25 5 65 HOGS Western 6 65 j 6 80 IOQIv111e WHEVT No a red 62 COflNMIxedzjj 45 OAlS 3Iixed 5 30 PORK Mess n H14 50 LARDrSteam 8 55I Indlanapoll WItEAT0 2 red Th 65 GQlNLNo2xnixed I 421i QSNo2J4Ixed28 w254 I aMY HEAD WELL BURST 5 1 =II This head will be the death of me and I dont care how scon IVdont want to try to drag through life with pain like this Are you going to give up now Arc you tired out with the effort to bear that awful pain Are von dcsnondent because vour sufTerinir nuihes you haggard and thin oj Are lines coming into vanThinkwomen suffering in just this way who have been cured J y Dr Greenes Ncrrura blood and nerve remedy There is absolute certainty of help in this grand medicine Hero is an instance NewYorklirnitaciis1sttrtareeou4 get tier jcreen to tuft tztt et1 step nnn be my iJlS RM vb 3 I tried to go up stain iny Wad ached to bId I tboiigbt 1 uiort 5preatn I Nnthiu I took helped me The beattces returnrtt a1 t o timo And I dE1p1edufI ever rotlh over tIm Iiy bek ad I to must oftii I felt so tired ad rcuk it sccinc l as though It d lut k to Work 1 ta8 badly run down nod In a very nervous cijiOii liaroleftnc vo rvniwlT 1 enuit say Uo luucli for this great mediino r d thofirstAfter Ite ftrI i itl iiy nn uisnefs wi 5 gone and Il nd but one sttackof headnrho since taking Xcrvnra I IIITO nnc taken four bcMtles and hon had no return rf U e trouble lr AnIt licadachc powders have lest their effect IreIi rugsYmtlife Yovr doctor frils to help laid your nerves aru in rn awful state hut one lttle of Dr Greenes Ncrvura blood and nerve rcmedv will do von so 1Ii h PanAmerican L Exposition1 I R IYay1 to November 1 CHOiCE OF ROUTES via Tolcdo=Detroit all rail Through Canada Toledo or Detroitand LUKe Erie Steamers- or golos one and return another Special Tourist Rates INortham and lake Resorts JUNE I to SEPTEMBER 30 Ask ticket agents to route you via the XILDKy D G EDWARDS Passenger Traffic Manager Cincinnati 0 u Live Stock CutsWe will furnish duplicates of Live Stock Cuts or any Other CUt shown In nay Specimen Rook at or below quoted prices for kane A X KKIIOGG EWSPAPEIt CO 335 1Ve t ilnli Sruet Cincinnati O h PILES ANA gtvest- nftUU slantre- lef and POSITIVE LY CURES rILESFor free sample addrcM ANAILESIS Trlt cue bnilClcz Aew JCsrt by Tet77 YEARS TREESbest uItryI i FvtT BOOS Sm We IS A V CASh WecLySTAR EDUCATIONAL THE DNIYEISTY OF NOTW DAME NOTRE DAME INDIANA FULL COURSES Ila Clucks Letters Eco nomics and History JotmMlUai Art5deace Pharmacy Law Civil Mechanical aad Elec EngIneerIgArcbItctrTkorovgk CMMBerctal Courses Rooms Free to all Students who fcave com pleted the studies required for admission into the Junior or Senior Year of any of the Collegi ate Coanes Rooms to Rmt moderate charge to students over se nten preparing forCollertate Courses A limited number of Candidate forthe Eccle siastical state win be received at pedal rates SU Edwards Half for boys under 13 years Is unique in the completeness of its equipments The 17th Year win open SepteMber loth tcoi CaUlecuM Free AMnu I REV A MOm5EYC5 C PruHisrf- IMS Ckart r 4 XtOl T OCUSTAiXACAET IdalscboOlfOtbOY 14 ApllNeeel T W W Briir rra Half Rates = Plus IO- OtiAILY TO Buffalo m A iD RETURN 1t BIG FOUR RROUTE Of Affording an opportunity tot to visit th- eRainbow I City a PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION ff ANt NIAGARA FALLS d s Hound trip tickets tb Buffalo anrtv 1 return will be sold every day inclnd i mug Sunday commencing June 1st at J rate of ONKI FAKE plus 100 FO1C p C THE ROUND T1II1 lleturn limit ten 11 n rIPopular coach excursions leave Cin cinnati every Tuesday morning iu f June on fast schedules at rate of one it cent n mile return limit two days e ifrom date of sale allowing two lull days at Buffalo n 0 StopOver Allowed a- tBUFFALO nI I Niagara FaIIS9i e an- dChautauqua I I- On tickets to1 1 New York Bostoa v And All Eastern Points Union depot connections in Cincin nati avoiding omnibus transfers 4Ts Fast DailyI 4Hours Quickest Vi Choice of Lake JUde between Cleveland and Buffalo on C fc alt Steamers Call on or write agentsBig Four for full information time of train circulars of the Exposition etc WAKREN It LTItCH W P BIPFE V- Ofn Pass TktAct Asst G P tJtf J L REEVES Qenl SOL Agent CIWcI2INATI 0L C CLARK Tray Pass A t- CBATTAXOOOA TXIIN Old SoldiersHowisyonropponanltrl TkarlckttontcrlMjmi acres of cbolea lands In Oklabeaia te tetwtfeUr alned er coTereajent drawing KzUeloa mUftim fisT reteier smO ale b7 agent Sena S sm IJprepare joar papers an 3 register year eaatML Idais is secured an addUlooal fee qaal wpsrcent of Ue value Aftfee claim will h ekartMlftrselecting the JsiCt sid till the PtdaraMaj Refsr M anr bankjror pBblico elalln OlrlalmM Address BlCK T MfcKCAK lr rnr TVh o AN Jt1878 t ia BaX WJnTJITAYTItrpksstate 11f X that y a w tfes A4v nliSii i sIIkkpapi J t r iAi F rS t if t it aI J L Ir Love Will Find a Way and having found a way the homo r will be the next thought This is wayftHOURS WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME GOMPLET LY from top to bottom and on tho eas youThe Furniture the latest and daintiestwith all tho cupboardstobe UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Department is upstairs where we keep a compleu line of Caskets Coffins Burial Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can IO found any time day or night MORRIS PHILLIPS IfBui1ding I 1 MaterialI 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED i sBEN LUMII t Doors and Windows Shingles c t 2 Lime and Cement Builders Hardware i Paints Oils etc r 7r ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY FURNISHED r t FEED STUFFS lr Hay Oats Corn Bran etc e- te1LPWSElhsO i 5 f S Buggies Buggies Buggies for tho big and tho little tho rich and the poor We have prices that ai in leach of everybodyE c CO- Hickman Ky 1 Timer Here Mr C E Smith the tinner thor oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Rooting and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BHBVABD 1 A Peer Millionaire Lately starved in London because ho could not digest his food Early uso of Dr Kings New Life Pills would have saved him They strengthen the stomach aid digestion promote assimilation improve appetite Price 25c Money CowgilldiBARNELLBUMPTIOUS Union City Tenn July 8Sam Bar nell and Miss Irma Bumptious of near Hickman Ky were married in the County Clerks office this morning by Esq R Polk It was a Gretna Green affair 2000000 FUND The Kentucky school tax this year will amount to about two million dol lars which vast snm is to be expended for the education of our children white and colored Last year there were 727 531 school children in the state and the per capita was 245 This year it will be more OUR GREAT WHEAT CROP That it never rains but it pours is shown by the fact that the crop of winter wheat now being harvested is not only tho largest eyer grown but probably the best According to the Cincinnati Price Current an authority report after report is being received of grain weighing 61 to 624 pounds to the bushel sound plump and reason ably dry SLANDERED TilE BULL DOU Plainfield N J July 7Edwiu S Ilooley has a bulldog George Becker had a calf The bull dog played tag with the calt and separated it from three veal cntlete a soup bone and a steak The calf had to bo killed Becker suedr dogHooleysclaiming that the bulldogs character bad been maligned by the imputation The nonsuit was denied AGAINST AMERICA Vienna July SThe Post today avers that the projected European coin merelalcombiBation against the United States which has until lately been but a jvagneide has constituted a subject of 5practicallnegotiations between Austria and Germany The Post also asserts that therumored visit of Count Von Chancellorwith tk OIRbiBtion t White Mat Tiried YellowI I 9ratOOl1sternat1onwaSfclt ytheI LexingtonKy iH yeI also dcolplar tbeneft Th8Bhw adsedt- kicy ElectricBitters the wonderful aai Uvec re l andflic f After ta1dD4tiro I was wholly cared A icuil proves its isaMOwR ent for all BtMtaok Liver 1tuiid JQcteey tao bles Osliy catOewIiK iwOwgiM u 1 ebc s- la d i P H it if a i i i4 I tlII CARUTHERS BAKERY AND- GONFEGTIONERY I I I I I I I FRESH BREAD CAKES AND I CONFECTIONERIES I I nicratt CLINTON Slm f III i Telephone Number 90 i U J1 J J e I i iJJ I 1 1 lllE 1 INSUllANCU ArrSt OFFICE AT FtC M BANK I THE GOEBEL CASE I I I Mr Arthur Goebels appeal to the j Kentucky public to suspend judgmentjj on the charges against his lL tbronghIoutnot at all friendly to tho Goebols newspapers in a apponlforside can bo heard Evidently Kon tucky is tired of bitter and unreasoning extremism and the public wishes to have fair dealing all around r It Dazzles the World No Discovery in medicine has over created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Its so verest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hum orage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thons ands of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the quickest byCowgillsatisfactionties 50c and SI 00 Trial bottles treo SbKENTUCKY GAINS A 1IXT The Kentucky distillers trust has do ceded to restrict tho output uf whiskey this year to 25003000 gallons instead of I1JustA reduction of 59000000 ora472000000 pints actipuof472000000 cases of intoxication At 30 drinks to the delirium tromens it would mean 1573333J low cases of he shivers plus a 21otie days sprees WILSONS IDEA Secretary Wilson of the agricultural department is branching out and takes tho ground that American people with the aid of tariffs and ingenuity will overcome climatic laws and compete with tho tropics in the production of the specialties of a hot climate We are going to beat Asia in the production of rice he says and turn down the Suuin trians and Cubans in raising tobacco of special brands while the Italian will be compelled to take their maccaroni from the United States Wo will extol Chi na India and Ceylon in tea and if wo get a big enough tariff beat Brazil and Java in coffee The secretary of agri culture should tackle perpetual motion HANDii This a good enough story to point a moral and adorn a talc A preacher once said Editors daro not tell tho truth If you did you could not live Your newspaper would bo a failure The editor replied You are right and the minister who will at all times tell the truth about the members alive or dead will not occupy the pulpit more than one Sunday and ho will lied it necessary to leave town in a hurry The press and pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brush and kind words mag nifying little virtues into big ones The pulpit and tho press are a stunt making I 1 partnership And tho ministeri away looking Vbr thoughtful wbnttt tho editor turned to his work j about the incomparable beauty of the bride while as a matter of fact she was is ugly as a mud fenc- eIMPORTANT For tho next 30 days wo will olT r a 1regular1 r 1S Ilicknism Kyj OA I 1tU J 44 i c l 2 = I CUT PRICE SALEci t In Furnishing Goorli DOJlitmt E9Lhtug iu this line maitlbo sold preparatory to a ehifif our bastuussM I IUNDERWEAR UIf PANTS HAIS- SUSPENDERS i 1J Hosiery 4J JShirts i I andTieIJ I 25c UNDERSHl S GOING FUR ONLY r 19 UNDEI e- sir 7- a 27ItrC 50cr n sr rr- I 39 Sox for 70oscI50e Overfills and Junipers for tIc SJi II41c50c39c I J IlllIrjOoBoyslie2Mcnsll9850cI n 39- i IScrhonsI Elastic Seam Drawers 50J 5c white and bordered JStlattHats goI will be sold Sale begins today and willcontinue until August 15th 1901 Terms Cash II- RICE c NAYLOR- EIM1lS1LEDFORD T HANDLEJ Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware iQaeensware Hay Oats Bin Lime and Cement i r j 6Vecarr everything usuallyF found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be srftnyll to plunge our customers J- Our motto is tfODD CoDD3 it 1 FAIR PRECE3 Try us Clinton Street Tel phone G Goods Promptly Delivered J- L INSANITY TRUSTS I It is claimed that a clique of Doctors and officiate of tho State of Indiana operationinfor tho purpose of sending afflicted but jlnmsIhoycases It is said that more than one fifth of those committed are perfectly sane It is being investigated and indictments will follow- LlLU1BLEcMAP 1 The agricultural department is about to publish a soil map that will enable the farmer wherever ho Is located to bringhimmap Is to coyer the whole United States OVOlitenacre patch will be represented by oneeighth of an Inch square But each farmer will be able to procure a chart of his own neighborhood on a larger I plantingwhich it convoys NATION PLANS A FARM Perfectly Appointed Institution win Be Maintained in Washington A few year hence ono of thee bfCnt sights of the National capital will be a perfectly appointed farm of 400 acres with buildings orchards truck gardens and grain fields of every kind All the UnitedStatesment shall prove to be capable of culti thereSystemsirrigation model fencing tho moe per storinggrainsexhibited In addition there will bo a hbmu I place of six acres whoro bcautifii lawns pretty shrubbery in artistic dC5il1sut cl suitable shade trees will give afcc4niI iu the beautifying of dwelHu M and i their surroundings in the country To tho agriculturists and horticulturisti i this model farm which will tmade and maintained by tho Department oppactaityforscience To tho general public the jarpi will alter a b jiutirali fightroiuu i roary worktdtraca 1armaauG this inodcVfarai has already begun I r 1 itt o Have You Noticed i The amount of flue Buggies and Harness that E B Reeves K Co have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and see see thorn It will surprise you but if you will call and look at his stosk of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uptodate in everything in that lino and sell them at the yery lowest prices Call and see us at Hickman E 1 E I Reeves Go GOY ltXE T MUST REFUND 1 500090 nUT Washington July SMr Tracewell the Comptroller of the Treasury has decided that the Secretary of the Treasury has tathority under the law to re fowl to Lascolles A Co of New York tho duties paid by them on sugar tin ported from Porto Rico between the date the treaty of Paris took effect and the date of approval of the 1oraker act The dnthti so paid amounted to over S17000J This decision is based upon tho recent insular decisions of the Supreme Court Other claimstaroou file for refunds a nonnttugtonboat IJi00000r f TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouisbestefforts grants to settle iu territory contiguous to its lines and to engage tho attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing thereforesolicits undthoeverycountypassTherequests all who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will tothegiving pricesmustprices of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in stilling land to immigrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Largo tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J U KILLEBREW AgentIIManagerNASHVILLE TENN Every menslIatsAMBERGS is a closed to to Its to a i all at is will a 3 For STOCK FOOD i HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is on a If it not do is for it be refunded is the to use it as isi and system a change will lengthen this advertise but for the 30 lays will the AL STOCK ovar 183 Colored cost upwards of 83- t 00000 to produce Book is 911 by description and engravings of different of hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you of as a practical reference book This book all International Stock Food get it a package of if you of 30 me J A 516 Troy Ave Hickman K j j i1 f at attention t iI r u 1 t I THA WAR Germany is hardly in condition to withthispublicistsThereiscrop WurtenburgLorraine are below the average situation in Prussia is so bad a commission which acts in an capacity on matters has presented a memorial to the Prussian government urging mumber of ures for tho relief of the appropriation t small farmers to purchase forage straw and other necessary supplies vision for loans on long time at low in terest reduction of freight on forage fertilizers grains and other articles by farmers and on do gatherleavesforests for foliage or bed ding postponement of rents and taxes for this year and requiring all gram and produce dealers purchase supplies of oats and to distribute at net cost rye and to fanners a She Didnt Wear a Musk But her beauty was completely hid den by sores and pimples till she used Bucklens Salve Then EruptionsFever t and Felons from its use Infallible for Cuts Corns Burns Scalds and Piles Cure guaranteed 25c at Cowgills IWHIE3NJULYII c SWINGS ALONG i And Fourth incident things usually settle down to and its the substantial ideas that inter est those that administer comfortthat help magnitate the sultry raidsummer weather be bargain carnival in the home furnishing needsin the various furniture needs each and every selling day in July this Store for that what interest July buyers and then its the clearance season tempting for its the influence that tests stores leadership Oak Suits Only 155Rockers LTEPHE MTfl International StocUooil Feeds Ic INTERi NATIONAL sold positive guarantee does what claimed money will i Now time Spring approaching your horses undergoes Wo not ment next give INTERNAflON BOOB illustrated with Large Engravings that t 6in contains breeds horses cattle sheep hundreds dollars tolls about You with food buy aside days from personally r MCCLURE i d Orders Left Shaws Dept Store will receiyeprpmpt i vle COMMERCIAL The that advisory agricultural mew agricultural seed pro rates seed used state cattle large bran needy blotches Arnica the the ordinary Nicely Finishes Chamber I2OO your INSURE IN THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFO INSURANCE CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1845 The special ad vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben efit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in rAicyspecified and gradually diminish ing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time alter two years premiums have been paid 3 NJ R3HVlCrOtf3 occupation t4 INCONTESTABLE Aftei two years 5 INSUKED MAY CHANGE BEN EFIOIARY I 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter having failed to pay the pre mium the insurance will be continued for the full amount for as long ape providedtwoAll this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CON VINCED of its worth SPEOI MEN POLICIES and any desired informa tion will be furnished b- yRTTYLER AGT A less Cough Medicine Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If af froWegivJprovebeneficialall other treatment for years have yteid andllrfectUhbeenless that the climate offaraoM health resorts failed to benefit have bees pir byCowgillGrainger was nominated attb Dem qyferson Jet M democrats are united in his nppert t f and democrats are very hotIal81iil election i Yi1i t Oi f t 4