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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sfii r ciw t t- f L i t I i gtU 7 y r ti i f1rHE 1 IFL1itIJLTiiI I C URIEoRi = Sfc 4 n OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WiESTERlsr KENTUCKgT ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTYgJOLY 19 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 34 NNSN Ni SN NN NSSNSN IN IN I G rentw i I 3 Summer 1 Sellingi vent EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS TO STIMULATE BUSINESS AND j KEEP SELLING BRISK J o A MERCILESS SLAUGHTER OF ALL SUMMERr OJODS Thousands of yards of K Colored Wash Goods Lawns White Goods Shirtings Table Linens Embroideries Laces Ribbon f Lt 11nd emthin8ou nla need or canuseln v at- einy 1 comparison 17 ir tl1tT r yam THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU MAY HAVE BEEN WAITINGI FOR DONT MISS IT I I I IIi I S ss s s sS ss sOsOfsssssssss r Local and Personal w H t- iIt G t Corsets in all styles at SHAVSttit Tho Fultcn County Teachers jr Institute meets in Ilickuian August t 12 T I iTlieKY State ilihtia go into camp JIboUt August 1st but the site not yet hI1Ame Tho Hickman Bunk is having a new + f iron and plate glass front put in their Jf building 0 II Mr A J Murphy wife and daughter of Union City visited Mr J T IIIStephen si Sunday Ji Jonesboroi1 e11 j jDr A A Paris Mrs Geo Bartlett of Knoxville II Tuu is visiting her parents Mr and i j Mrs Wm piestlebrink I Mice Irene Faris who ha been visitr placestr Ok IE FO S fI IMyydJlqlkl Horses For terms 4 dpi Iddi priqapmlyto JOHN CREED it JluIltoa CkMintys part of the State F IIicktir1 i prWJJalker of Tlptbiiville was R Hokirau1 t weekluguriug 9n an j lno1e egttrate tkefaastt4 his drn- V y 4 ofr g t rS rV f I Vera Wallace a runaway girl from I Union City Tenn was arrested in St Louis Sunday and returned to her homeAndrew Carnegie has given f100000 for library purposes to Leadville Co- lLets seethat leaves 279900000 to be distributedSOMETHING NEW The uptodate Box Paper for polite correspondence The correct thing very neat and nice at- WlLSONS BOOK STORE That speculative rush to buy corn be cause of shortcrop prospects proves anew that blessings btjthtea ag they take their flight- Secretary of State John Morton of Tennessee has granted a charter to the Reelfoot Lake Oil Gay S Mining Co with a capital of 23003 HAVE YqU SEEN THE LATEST in Photographs If rjqt call at Rose dales Photo QallaryG- OV Beckhatn attended tho good Broads Cquyentiqu at Ifopkinsville and is Displaying considerable interest in this groat movement Dr Horace Luten and wife have bought property in Fulton paying there for 8185000 and Mrs Julia Pelham adjoining property at 165000 NEARLY ALL DONE But we still have some very pretty pattorasrof Wall Paper at the same bargalnprice fsv ijj 3r rf a 0 a L ran+ j figuringdroughtsas farmers estimate their corn losses at 50 cents a bushel which is more than they would have received had there been a crop See the line cf 5c Laces at SHAWS Our worthy friend W R Underwood was in Hickman on the 13th with rela tives from Graves county Mr and Mrs Lewis and Mr and Mrs Pickens and daughter who are the guests of Mr and Mrs Col Underwood Our friend Francis Jones of Tres Pelacios Texas sent the Courier a horned frog last week for our Curio Windows but unfortunately it escapeol prolalvq FOR SALE8T Acres qf Land situated qn tHo Hickman and Dresden RoadS sidles East of Hickman In tigh state of cultivation For terms and price call on or apply to A E BREVARD Tordan HY Mrs Sallie Carpenter mother of Geo L Carpenter Democratic nominee for Sheriff of Fulton County returned to her home in Hickman this morning after a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs F M Usher Fulton Leader EE Reeves A Co will sell this you Fall Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Oliver Plows Vulcan KeniPlow Gear and everything in the Imple tiitlinj IIhcnixLCy jt t1rti1 F r r T J w iI I F it Yo GREATl1 t- ivCUTr PRICE SALE JldrH TOPS ARE CUT i From all prices throughout the storeand the fut ranges from l Shefourth down to onethird off ordinary figures There is no de ereT T PRICES INote these1 prices w IV f DIMITIES 10 and 15 gents worth 15 and 25 cents J 7 IIi SH DIMITYI 15 and 20 cents worth 20 and 25 cents t i SILK GI N HAMS 25 cents worth 85 cents Just teemed a nice line of Mercerize Chambray which I am selling cry cheap A good lot of Ladies and Childrens Slippers at cost fens Laundered Shirts at 30 cents worth GOe 1 7- I SIMMONSI t r t k s r4 tbeirstCrewiredery 8YStw 3p is a great inoroyernent and iI privifea great Convenience and savirgrH t the only store is this section so ged it has attracted much atteH We art a ior the best Laundry in Wester 25 per CM youOillawSlims re RICE NAYLOR Thy ItiatdepoutsI in Banks by citizens niton County amount t- ogilSntany OOUJltY toe Purchase except McCracken which is f13S65 Graves is 277510 Hick man County 146228 so Auditor Coul statesThe packets have an innovation end wIll adoptedII ploy no mates who use ISi1iPplI mate who snot will be a living I curiosityAmong l1ClrcOltl1II who has served time before RQ vyjA seuteucea last week for ten yr i holding up a boy at Water Valley Qrll short time ago and tabbing his of a few dol i prsIj petitionI Hiokmau and says that the Depart ment will send arepreseutative here toiI look over the routers but that in thrush of petitions for rural delivery the Hickman petition must take the regula- course The imports of the United StatesI from Porto Pico have increased 75 per cent and the exports to the islands haveII increased 300 per cent since the abolish k ment of 85 percent of the tariff duties 1after1 per a question that iii inter estingFor 1 river improvements the June report of the Mississippi River Commis sion contains estimates to be inserted in the annual report for 1901J with a view to continuing the improvements of the Miselsetp i river Among the items included ini the June report of the commission is faOOOOJ r for the Hickman and Tiptonville Levee The entertainment given at the rei evenipginFryer of Paris was one qf the moat enjoyable social functions of the season and waalargetyattended there being about forty of Fultons young people present The decorations were in pink and white aad delicious refreshments were served Fulton Leader Duaiaa last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantuto The doctors had given up all hopeaof recovery I took a bct tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and tellingthem daystimechild is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy fre quentlyand have never known it to failKJ Cartis Baker Bookwalter Ohio SoId by Cowgill d Cowgirl druggists Bugg Buggiesjfor the Djg aid the little the rich and the poor=We have prices that ai in iMck 6t everybody E t a EE REEVES COY Hickman Ky j i GOOD FOR ALL DEMOCRATS New Orleans Picayune Dem The time has come for the Democrats all over the country to get together and corruption Republlicanthe country If they will drop their radical and extreme views they can doetrines and everywhere calculated to bring thatend is now in order t 1tPwr CITYS GOOD TIP 1 j Danville Ky July 15J E S Ott of Buena Vista while garden ver dollars About two year ago he was told by a gipsy fortune teller that he would discover a large treasure there and shortly afterward found 82 a few yards from whera tho money way found this morning The treasure was in a wooden box of two inch plunk and tarnishedbyla war times 1 u tine r Brea rr a rnin must come before t lasting lof iis done In the portions of central and western Missouri west ern Kansas and the territories Sun1 untouched by rnin ennilitons remain imchaiiijeil the temperature rantrin ifront 9s to JOG the latter at Ilutchin YOU Kan elllu rains which come at the end of hrIt weeks duration covered oIOlltJll s ern Missouri hurl portions of one titir 1 tof Kansas tafcini in the southeastern corner of the Sunflower state from Riley and Dickinson counties down to the Oklahoma line 1HOPELESS LUNATIC 1A rnndegn of tier Lnu 6 rViMR BRYAN y From New York World r cV The second defeat to which Mr Bryan y led his party even more disastrous and humiliating than the first made it iin A possible that he should again be its can + didate for President The Democratic 1 party has shown at times a closest ca pacity for blunderingfor doing the wrong thing at the right time for its opponent or the right thing at the wrong time for itselfbut it was in tponcoivaMQ that he should nominate a o third tiraiUcandida who haadnot only i 1 ie H A f1MJtc 1Jf z + i who had refused to learn anything froiIcr t4r + the disastrous results of his own mis takes and folly FOR HILTON COUNTY WHEAT GROWERS Rural New Yorker 400 Pearl SL New York New York July 81901 Mr D W Dickinson Dear SirWe are receiving reports from farmers regarding damage done to wheat by the Hessian flyvSome of these farmers state that cer thin varieties of wheat for example the sort known as Dawsons Golden Chaff are comparatively tree from fly and 1make a good crop where others fail So many of these reports come to hand that we begin to think that there must be something in this idea that one va riety is less susceptible than another Will you be kind enough to tell us if ynu have observed anything of this sort Illave any varieties of wheat proved retsped If so what are they and are they enough better to warrant you us ing them largely another year if the fly is expected to be troublesome We shall be very much pleased to learn all that wo can concerning this matter Yours very truly J H COLLINQWORD Editor 1U4V SHAW t4 4 F F 1all Kinds OT1t 4 7 4 t P OCE IESI 1 1rr4j Y fc J f iI w i s f y I The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisheri nICK IAN KENTUCKY J ii CURRENT TOPICS F Icebergs ia the Atlantic sometimes flast for 200 years The United States spends at least galftr 7 In 1S9S 66000 Italian emigrants re turned to the port of Genoa Fleet street London is reputed to be tek busiest in the world Every ancient city of note was lo dated on or near the sea or a river The French ate preparing to or ganize a commercial invasion of South America The French legion of honor is the biggest order of merit It numbers 500000 members From birth of 12 boylv changes from a bundle of instincts to a bundle of habits A J1 A Sweden possesses atfeffective navy The Swedes are reputed to be the best sailors in the world The French census shows that the population of France has decreased by 12883 in five years The most expensive harbor in the world is that of Cherbourg finished by Napoleon at a cost of 15000000 San Francisco has named one of its grammar schools after MIss Jean Parker thirty years a city teacher The wornout uniforms of the Brit ish army when sold bring back into the war treasury dose upon 150000 a yearA landscape has been sold in London for 11250 that brought 1380 ini837 1420 in 1517 and 1OC5 in 1813 Eight teeth suffice the elephant for munching purposes The giant ani runt hastwo below and two above en each side The chameleon when blindfolded loses the power to change Itt hues and the entire body remains of a uniform Iue- About SOOO horses Lire annually kill ed in Spain in bull fights At these contests from 1000 toX 200jOulls ire annually sacrificed i The largest sponge ever sent to market was from the ModitfircJMiian It was ten feet in circumference and three feet in diameter There will be representatives of 42 different tribesvot Indians in the Indian congress at the PanAmericanw exposition at Buffalo this summer Distilling deems to be profitable in i Tkussin A Moscow firm Widow Pop ova has distributed 1200000 rubles as dividends for the year 1900 On a capital of 500000 rubles Judge Jenks of the supreme court of New York told the law students is of New York university the other day that the man with furrows in his brow wins against the man with creases in his trousers every time Take a ton of good cannel coal and distil it in a gas retort It will give 30000 cubic feet of gas 25 gallons of mnmoniacal liquor 30 pounds of ammonium sulphate 13 hundred weight of coke and 12 gallons of coal tarp In a life of Pasteur recently pub lished in Paris attention is called to the fact that the man who was destined to revolutionize chemistry ranked fourteenth in the list of twen tytwo candidates at his high school in Dijon and was marked weak in chemistryA on the ears as an index of character having been published by nn English author a learned reviewer mentions his own elaborate study of the ears of more than 40000 people incln ingSOicriminals and 2000 in sane persons besides those of 300 apes lie was forced to the conclusion that the eArs gave no clew to peri Kdnal traits It is not generally known that tho remains of all the Czars of Russia since Peter the Great lie in a memory ialchapel built on one of flia islands of the Neva All the cenotaphs arc ex actly alike each being a block of white marble without any decoration whatever The only distinction by which one can be told from its neigh bor Is the name of the deceased em peror whose remains it contains The first of the antituberculosis+ dispensaries in Paris was inaugurat ed 1ft the Rue Mercadet in the Mont mastrc dist ct the other day The objectof the work is more pre n tive than curative Poor people nre examined free of charge If tuberculosis is found the proper initial treatment and advice are given to them This institution is due prin cipally to private initiative A plague as horrid in its way as Bay of 4bore from which tIle ancient Egyptians suffered has assailed the south coast of England Countless JionJes of octopi the devilfishes of Victor 1luio have invaded the En glish channel and hate swarmed aloe Cornygmall iu tremendous numbers Travel jug about in marauding armies they h 1oavelobsler and crab fisheries by devour h Jagafkc e crustaceans wholesale rithhe entire population of the world 26 per cent live under the British rule 9 per cent under Russian 6 under French and nearly G under American On a recent municipal election day in Vurtcmburg only one person n police sergeanttook the trouble to yoteiand he elected thee whole juuni 1ciIsalJ 1i t Queen illwCanurians about to follow tht quaint cust m of English queens t ndUl shortly lcct an oa llill Wind ifBor forest to be earned for herself A XbrAwlatei hearing her name and the hate will be attached to tine tree v1 t t c t- It A SERMON ON MONEY Dr Talmage Arraigns Those Who sf i Live Beyond Their Meanst r t Catmea of Great Financial DUtarb ancen Shovr Extra vaicnnce the Cause of blot Defalcation j Mectlnir Ones Oblleatlun Copyright 1901 by Louis Klopsch N Y 6 f i In this discourse Dr Talmage shop- the causes of the great financial dis turbances which take place every few years and arraigns the people who live beyond their means text Jeremiah 1711 As the partridge sitteth on eggs and hatcheth them not so he that getteth riches andinotbyright steal leave thenrSn the midst of his days and at his en4t hall be afoolJt f j fAllusion ishcre made to weHVknown fact in natural history If a partridge or a quail or a robin brood the eggs o another species the young will not stay with the one ihat happened to brood themi but at the first oppor tunity will assort Withthelr own species Those ofus who have been brought up in the country have seen the dismay of the farmyard hen hav ing brooded aquatic fowls when fter awhile they tumble Into their natural element the water So my text sug gests that a man may gather under his wings the property of others but it will after awhile escape It will leave he man in a sorry predicament and make him feel very silly What has caused all the black days of finanical disasters for the last 60 years Some say it is the credit s stern Something back of that Some say it is the spirit of gambling ever and anon becoming epidemic Something back of that Some saj it is the sud den shrinkage in the value of securi ties which even the most honest rind intelligent men could not have fore een Something back of that 1 vill give you the primal cause of all these disturbances It is the extravagance of modern society which impels a man to spend more money than he can hon estly make and he goes into wild spec ulation in order to get the means for inordinate display and sometimes the manis to blame anCsometmiehis wife and oftener both Fjie thousand dol i lars incomeSlOjOOO 20000 income snot enough for a manftd keep up the style of living he proposes and there fore he steers his bark toward the maelstrom Other men have suddenly snatched up 50000 or 100000 Why not he The present income of the man not being large enoughliemust move heaven and earth and hell to catch up with his neighbors Others leave a countryseat so must he Oth ers have a palaitial residence so must heExtravagance is the cause of all the defalcations of the last GO years and if you will go through the history of all the great panics and the great finan cial disturbances no sooner have you found the story than right back of it you will find the story of how many horses the man bad how many car riages bow many banquets the man gave always and not one exception for the last CO years either directly or indirectly extravagance the cause Now for the elegances and the re finements and the decorations of life I cast myvote While I am considering this subject a basket of flowers is handed in flowers paradisiacal in their beauty White calla with a green background of begonia A clttster of heliotropes nestling in some geranium Sepal and perin nth bearing on them the marks of Gods finger When I see that basket of flowers they per suade me that God loves beauty and rdoramcnt hind decoration God L mg o tiJL Jets it with the tmuiaius ywuentRitsky The wrfdwakes and God washes it from ithe burnished later of the sunrise So 1 have not much pa tlPbughdecoration areDivini ia line to be drawn between adornment and decora tions that we can afford and thosewe cannot afford and when a man crosses that line he becomes culpable I cannot tell you what is Ex travagant for you You cannot tell trie what is extravagant for me Whatsis squanderIngforical for you a man with larger income will be wicked for me with smaller ire come There is no Iron rule on this subject Ejrery man beforeGoSl and on his knees must jiitlgjE what as eitr travagance and when a man goes info expenditures beyond his means heh extravagant When a man buys anji thing he cannot pay for he is extrava gantThere are families in all our cities who can hardly pay their rent and whj owe all the merchants in the neighbor hood and yet have an apparel unfit far their circumstances and are all the ilmesajhng near jhere that bu tress t iiforttine or a a tae otpit1 = pauperismIouknowvervwellth of families in our great cities whostSrin neighborhoods until they have hausted alvJhelr capacity to jjjw JirustedisiThYyatay ia the c fghW ft 0 f FfS k 7 S fa x themhavend ers will sell them ooSbre meat and the bakers will morocbrEndtandthem no more sugar Then they firffl the region unhealthy d they hire a carman whom they never pay to take them to some new quarters where th merchants the druggitS the butch grdcerJlDtocomebeef and the best sugars and the best ffnsout that the only compensation they are going to get is theacquaiatance of the patrons Thcreare thousands o such thieves in all our big cities Yo see I call them by the right name for i a man buys an thinghedoesnotmea to pay for he is a thief Of course sometimes men nre flung of misfortunes and they cannot pay I know men who are just as honest in having failed as other men ar therefis hardly a man who has gone throughl life but there have been some times when be has been o hurt by misfor obligationsbute a multitude of people who buy that which they never intend to pay for for which there is no reasonable ex pectation itlmt thcp fwill ever be abl itohave become oblivious of honesty and mean to de fraud why not save the merchant asI much as you can Whnot go som day to his store and when nobody j looking just shoulder the ham or the spare rib and in modest silence stealt away That would be lless criminal because in the other way you take not only the mans goods but you take the time of the merchant and the time of his hccountatitrind you take tIle time of his messenger who brought you tHefgooasVrowJif you must steal steal in a way to do as little damage itefiieti ader as pojsible f John Randolph arose in the Amerl cnn Isenate Tvhenfn question of na itional finance was being discussed and stretching himself to his fulll height in a shrill vQice he dried out Mr Chairman I have discovered the philosophers stone which turns ev erything into gold pay as jypu goo iet has goto be reconstructed con his subject or the seasons of de Ifalontion win continue torepeatthem elves You hath no right to ride inl arehopelesly S nished pellandau and to the horse dealer who provided the blooded span and to the harness maker who capari snel lSvs eLlWl toJ sJS- veryinanwhoihasiprovded thestabUti r and to the driver who with ro 1 hat sits on the coach box ettedj Oh I am so glad when it is absolute necessities of life whiqh send people out into dishonesties and fling them into misfortunes It isfalmost always the superfluities GJdhHl promised us a house but no i a pal ace raiment lout not chlnchUlfsffood but not canvasback duckOrm ye to see one of these great defalcations WlJHhExtravagance accounts for he this J turbance of national finances Vgre gations are made up of units andt when onehalf of the people of this country o ve the other Half how canI we expect financial prosperity Agai I and again at the nation 1election we have had a spasm of vjrtjie and we said Out with one a nilnistratio- and in with another an haeka new deal of things jfid then we will get all over our pertShhtion r do not care who is presid nt or who I III secretary of the treasury or how much breadstuffs go outdfrahe coun try or how much gold imported nr t nil the learn to pay our lebts anti itt I theorraiailtiscountry theyy can pay for Lntil that time fntxmsravugance Take the ORe fact that fYfJrkcerJ year najs or ttheitrleall umuisemens While ttdG fn awhile Henr 1 anI1nJeffersonkrIUsstragedye1 know tastlI as tseil +as debased unteapa l belmaycritofvronr direction Over hundred millions 1 h ill in this I ountry for cigars yearAboutstrongdrink I ntryIthpernicious extravagance he permanentmen coolJH 1 suchthing n fiances also account asVl have already hinted for the positive crimes the forgeries the abscondjBgs oi the officers of the banks Th store on the business street Swim etl by the residence on the fashionabie avenue The fathers the hu bnnds capsizedc sail That is what springs the lea in the merchants m neyti11 Thais what cracks the pistol of the sui thebanlescompanies That is v hat halts this nation again and again 1Sri its tri umphal march of rosperitr In the presence of the American people so ttenUanwant I curse of extravagance and I float you to pelt it with your scorn anlifhiul at i your anathema Sp tr How r yeawreckedThingshavecry over our sins in church we wipe pockethantlkerchiela tic1rngeelJin five rots L Stl adbeautifulPairlintercontentment8 albcppicessa j eTerge tc inioQo borne ymt 3 obh iL1LiI s I Act the secondEnter discontent Enter desire for larger expenditure Enter envy Jinter jealousy Act the third Enter the queenly dressmakers Entet th4 French mil 1 liners EtiJer all dktly t late and al11 great extravagances f societyePrinces princesses of upper ten Everythingnon a large magnificent scale En ter contempt for other people thde assignee tinier the sheriff Enter the creditors Enter humiliation En ter wrath of God Enter the con nnfTlifplayn is ended and the lights are out I call it a tragedy That is a nuts nomer It is a farce- Extravagance counts for much of the pauperism Who are these peo Manyeof them are the children of parent- who had plenty lived in luxury had more than they needed spent all they had spent more too then died and left their families in poverty Sam of those who call on you now for aid had an ancestry that supped on bur gundy and woodcock I could name a score of men who have every luxury theedrink the finest wines and they have the grandest surroundings and when they die their families will go on the theelars ceny He swindles the world as he goes into his collin and he deserves to have his bones sold to the medical museum for anatomical specimens the proceeds to furnish bread for his children I know it cuts close I did not know but some of Jon in high dud geon would get up and go out You stand it well Some of you make a great swash in life Cand after awhile you will die and ministers will l be sent for to con stand by your- coffin and lie aliout your excellences nut theytwill not come If you send for me I will tel you what my text will ber lie that provideth not for his own and especially for those ol hisgpvvn household is worse than an infidel And etr we find Christian men men of large means who some times talk eloquently about the Chris flan churchI and abdut civilization ex pending everything on themselves and nothing on the cause jbf Odd and they crack the back of Aeir Palais Royal glows in trying to hide the one c nttlieyputiu the Jord s treas ury What an apportionment Twen ty thousand dpllas fox otJrselvesnnd one cent for God Alimy friends this extravagance accounts for a great deal of what the cause of God suffersAnd the desecration goes on even verytwell there are men who die solvent but the expenses are sO great before they get underground they are insol twent There n familieg that go intoi penury iii ked rlspolstt to tIle de mantis of this day They put in cas ket and tombstone that which they ought to put in lygad They wanted bread you pave them a tombstone tAnd then look how the cause of I God is impoverished Men give so much sometimes for their indulgences onGod rand religion Twentj two mil lion dollars expended In fi tins country Butnwhat are the twentytwo millions exI withihundred millions expended onI Ithe and tobacco and then two thou sand millions of dollars spent for rum So a man who had a fortune of 750000 ogfcvHat amountedrto that in London spent it all indulgences chiefly in gluttonies un 5Rent hither and yon for ail the delicacies and often had a meal that rwouldcost 100 or 200 for himself l ken he was reduced to a guinea with which he bought a rare blrdjjhafl it cooked in 0best style ale itifltooklptwo hours for digestion walkedoutfon Westminster jumped to the Thames briland calefAwhat men tredo scnle On my friends let us take our stand against the extravagances of society Do not pay for things which are frivolous when you may lack the necessities Do not put one months justeoneetr let Ijepe gioreditigood- by seldom mudng for any Pay Do not starve a whole year to afford one Belshazzars carnival Do not buy a coat of many colors and then in six months be out at the elbows Flour ish notas some people I have known who took apartments at a fashionable hotel and had elegant drawingrooms attached and then vanished in the night not even leav ing their compliments for the land lord I tell you my friends in the day of Gods judgment we will not only have to give an account for the way we mode our money but for the way we spent it We have got to leave all the things that surround us nowk dyingthour felt like the djing actress who asked that the casket of jewels be brought to her and then turned them over with her pale hand and said Alas that I have to leave you so soon Better in that hour have one treasure of Heaven than the bridal trousseau of a Marie Antoinette or to have been seated with Caligula at a banquet which cost its thousands of ourtlast resting place with senators and princes n pallbearers They that consecrate their wealth their time tlieir nil to God shall be lucid in everlasting remembrance While I have the authority of thlsbook fOr announcing that thtnnneof the wicked shall rot 1 JUtSoi j She winked at you eh Wellwhat followed V I alaiTottxi Topics V 3 1IIIIIlIIf 1 SPOILED THE FLIRTATION Innf Vn n sneer and Kept Out In Kroiit to 111 Rider1TbP nl urt A gentleman who is n member of the Meadow Brook Hunt club and de lights in horseback riding received n tew days ago a wirJuaruse or cowpony itS they sure called in the northwest The animal had some speed inch nn easy pail and after rid lug1 it around the country rondafew days he rods it one evening with a party of ladies and gentlemen where o out for moonlight canterT coupleseand while the gentleman in question would much prefer to have taken the rear of the line with the lady whose escort he was yet the pony devel oped an unexpected ambition to lend the procession according tp the New thse cayuse have its own way only to find that the headstrong animal in silted on being at least onehalf bethe lady There was no holding that pony back on even terms with the othe horse It pranced about jumped from antiywould be quiet onlyI when it lunch its nose well to the front The lady en joyed it immensely but the gentle iunn well he left unsaid many things which hefhad planned to say to the young lawhen they stnrtedon the ride Subsequently the gentleman found the pony hud been used for racing in the west and had been trained to go to the front and stay there A THOUSAND MILES AT SEA I Ia Seernl Inrto of the Knrlli Ship Cnn Get That Inr from jCrf Land7- S TheWquestion has been asked is it possible to snail 1000 miles from land This can be done at several points By leaving San Francisco and sailing northwestward into the North Pacific a spot is reached where there is no land not ewers an isletfor 1000 milts hinny direction So too sailing from the southern point of Kamtchatka southeastward n shuts reach a point equally distant from land of any kind the nearest to the north being the Aleutian Island and to the south the outlying members of the Sandwich group In the southern Indian ocean it is possible to sail 1000 miles out from the southern points of Australia anti New Zealand and still be as far from anyother laud and the same may be done in a westerly direction from Cape Horn Indeed from this point a much longer distance may be reached for the southern Pacific be tweets the Horn and New Zealand cov longitudehindbroken seamaking its central point over 1200 miles from anywhere to The Drnm In Itntyn Army The reason given for the substitution of the drum for this trumpet In the Italian army is that in these days of short service a young soldier learns to march to the drum far sooner than to the trumpet Again it is found that trumpeters are very subject to pulmonary affectionsof The judgment of the girl who sits sigh ing for a career while her mother does the housework ix in need of mending Well spring Supreme Court Sustains thn FuoM Ease TradeMarie courtBuffalowith coats and a full accounting of tiles toImanufacturerClarks Foot Powder and also against a retail dealer of Brooklyn restraining them from making or telling the Dr Clarks injunctioninfringementshake into your slices now so largely ad SOlinstAllenthe trademark FootEase and he is the footIpowder extensively over the country The decision in this case upholds his trademark fraudutently uponthe t ing preparation labeled and put up in en ea and boxes like Foot Ease Similarsuits will be brought against others who are now infringing on the FootEase trademark and common jaw rights I One or Dlnntts Surprises A Baltimore woman recently secured an old and typical southern cook named Dinah whose unfamiliarity with city ways ana aher question were a constant source of tmusement to the family I1enrrhoedtile withra surprised expression Miwus she ex claimed der am a man dere what wants 24 cents for de Sun Mrs Justi gave her doorIAfter the man had gone Dinah asked 1 Does you babto pay for de sunshine hers pafor r hebben Baltimore Sun A rrrfrrrrd Caller familytoter has a beau hut an Atchison girl has such a Good Thing calling on her that this family leave the premises and go andsit in a vacant lot acrou the alleyttchtaaa Globe 9The Bright Side It illi said that lobsters will be extinct in 25 years remarked Hiland veryfondLet us look on the briFht side i e may ill sisledie before that time Pittlbu h Chrpa s eCruel Girl Your conversation Mr Hevviman said Miss Peppery suppressing a yawn cliampaRneAht much pleasedso sparkling an that dryPhiladelphiaPressr l The ChnrfceH preparedhave of the Light Brigade iis in coursePlifladelpltar s When was it you first noticed your fay thers deafness had disappeared Last night I was ringing away when suddenly rutlhct1fromIlia Opinion11eI what do von anotherI y open door and the screenless window Pittsburgh Chronicle=lelegrph I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved m life three years rJoMrs Thos Robbins Maple Strict Norwich N Y Feb 17 1000 Nell Cholly tells me he belongs to tha JmlrtIle ligblePniladclphia +LsYp nosle Croup Cure The life saver of children No opium 50 eta a Ls ckirqmilkChicvgo t- EbJockPhiladtllhllt WHERE AM I DRIFTING U Are these horrible aches and pains natural Am I doomed 0 lose my health and good looks through suffering I cantprevent tol I bo nervous and cross at twentyfive thin and sickly at thirty and of wrinkles in my prime o the you asking thesis questions of yourself young woman Do you look at the women around you and wonder if you must grow nervous and wretched like them 1 Turn now right away to the medicine that will take all such apprehension out of your life and make you well and strong Dr Qreenes- Nervura blood and nerve remedy will preserve your beauty and keep back the marks of time It will help you at once Mrs Tiny Clark formerly of Buffalo N Y who now lives at Crowland Ont says For two years I was unable to do any hard work of any kind I was so miserable and no one can imagine what hours I put in I felt so sad and difto live ttnd feel as I did I sometimes thought I should lose my mind I had the headache and could not sleep at times I tried many medicines but they t did me no good At last I decided to try Dr Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy and after taking two bottles I could slc i well and my mind did not trouble me any more I am now able to do all my own housework which I have not done for two years before I am yens thankful for what Dr Greenes Nervuratt blood and nerve remedy has done for me gladly recommend it to all who suffer as I have suffered g2 The pity of beauty sacrificed to pain andnerv43B ousncss 1 Realize it now and prevent the inroads S- nrt your happiness and health Dr Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy always helps women You will understand this if you try it When you need medical advice call or write to Dr Greene 35 W 14th St New York City He will advise you free of charge No one can advise you so well because no one under stands your case so well There are grateful women in almost every household who have been cured of serious troubles by Dr Greene U r j1 1i Ij iii MANY MILLS IDLE I It is Estimated That 74000 Iron and Steel Workers Ceased Work Monday horning JICfiEST STRIKE IN BECEKT YEARS All the Union Plants of the American Tin Plate Co Have Been Closed for the Present The Strike Will Hnve lint Little Hearing on the Commercial Life ot Pittsburgh nut Icw Mills lleliiK Affected Pittsburgh Pa July 16 Keporta received from all sources connected with the great strike of the blecl workers Monday indicate that hc members of time Amalgamated associa tion bad matters well in hand and that the strike order was generally obeyed Telegrams front various points where tIll stills of the Amer ican Tin Plate Co tits American Steel loop Co and the American Sheet Steel Co are located told of theI hut ting down of these plants in large numbersIn cases the plants had been shut down by the first strike order which affected the sheet steel anti the steel hoop companies only The lat order brought out all of the union plants of the American Tin Plate Co Number of Men Out At the Amalgamated association headquarters it was stated that the ligures given out Saturday Might regarding the number of men who would be actually idle in tho trills of the three companies had been proved correct This number was placed at 74000 The strike although one of the greatest that has been declared in recent years will affect Pittsburgh but slightly Despite the act that this city is and for years des been the industrial center of the world President Shatters action in calling the men of the American Sheet Steel American Tin Plate and American Steel Hoop Cos out on strike will have but little bearing on th com mercial life of Pittsburgh This is a peculiar fact but it is neverthe less true Of the 74000 men idle 2300 are in Pittsburgh son in Allegheny and 1500 in McKeesport President Shaf fer has it in his power to cIt e many more Pittsburgh mills but it is not thought that he will do anything of 1 udicaluatur until 144 nth + Pcd J oWXnnUnlnl llen 9trl6e 00 dlhe 1malgantatedassociatiom Mon nay night added two more mills tn its list both qf which were claimed by the companies to be beyond the reach of the organization When the wilt liam Clark Sons Co mill at Thirly daybylonday night none of the skilled men reported for duty and the plant had to close down Later the following was received concerning the mill con sidered by time manufacturer nuex ccptionally loyal Jlonssen PaThe Monsscn steel hoop plant is closed and has been or ganized by district delegates of the Amalgamated association The dole piteSarrhed iin town Monday morn inrniedFttelylly theyhadlion and left Monday evening for Pittsburgh after advising the then to stand firm The men held a meet Irig Monday night to elect officers and name their lodge IJlulItlispeo ple as an instance of their strength ndan indication that President ihff- er assertion that surprises would follow the strike order was not without reason- tDROWNED f WHILE BATHING Will JetiRBBn Employe of a Trained Aalmal Show Lout Him Life In Lake Mt Critic Stiliwater Minim July 16W John son aged 16 an employe of a trained animal show was drowned in Lake St Croix Monday After the perform accfof the show Monday afternoon t a number of employes went to the lake to bathe JtiH said that one of them named Wntkins benimc an I gered at Johnson because the latter WitS teasing him Watkins is said to j share picked Johnson up and thrown him into n deep part of tin lake Time boy could not swim anti was drowned before assistance could reach hint IVatkins escaped IUhnson home wss in Dloomingtcn hid c A Fantlne In Keareil St Petersburg July16ln many provinces of Jtusvia there lIs little hunt of crops especially in Samara Sara t tot and Kazu There bus peen no rain for a month aril a imlae fis feared r XMlloualre Found land YanciiTiVer UC1ily 1GEhe helly pi JlDWck an Kngliih millionaire J yaH fQinitl Monday near JInniV llu had Lxe bf staying at the llunlf tote iind MlvwaBilend off Sunday the 7rh Mail lst aiiir Ctl WiK tctihtelltnll I drowned A KjtM lId TeacJier lltihit lelhlai lHt1twis5 Klklns j ill alrarbwtilprglattd lltrtir ys i felvcstn 2eiHJX n stato to found n fulidPct tLisahlriI fenalc tftkunl ttucJ I ers lu Slaclpliia it rti- Y i l t- I L a AGREEMENT BROKEN One TZiontniKl Miner In time Kmjiloy of the ICIiiKMton Ciml Co eVil Uestlmrre Strike Uilltetibarre 1a July IGAt a meeting of the executive board of the United Mine Workers of District No 1 Tuesday evening the 1300 miners in I the employ of the Kingston Coal Co + ere ordered out on strike Tuesday The order was obeyed and all the col lieries of the company ore idle in con sequence The claim the price paid for Jnnln nRInarrow work was reduced fi om SI yard to 1 A grievance conunittee representing the employes Wafted on feneral Superintendent Williams and stated Hint the agree ment made with the company some time ago hull been broken when the reduction in price was mantle Super intendent Williams said one dollar u yard was all the company could af ford to pay The wittier was then referred to the executive hoard of the mine workers which after a long ses sion decided to order tltr strike EXCURSIONISTS RIOT Tv i rnllre Dili corn Shot im I IJI11- KiiKllKli a XCKTO tins leader liiftlmvtly Killed melIus Ua July HL Several1 hundred Nero excursionists from flacon caused a riot lhere resulting in the shooting of two police ortkers anti the instant killing of Bill EngliKh a Macon Negro end the ringleader in the disturbance Three of the ex cursionists Logan a shooting affray and Policemen nlaw on and Albrit lon attempted to arrest Hill English when the Negro fatally shot Albrit ton in the abdomen At that moment ilawsor shot 1 lnglish in the head Knglish though dying raised him self on his elbow and fired again at the policemen Hoth of theta return ed the tire JJawson shooting Knglish through the mouth while Albrittons bullet entered his breast Knglish fell dead at the second fire Slaw son was shut through the thigh BREWERIES TIED UP Stntlonnrv Firemen VnIl eiI Out Uciiiiind nu rlitllour tiny and JfU n liny AViiBe Chicago July lGTIH stationary firemen einployol InChicnggs32 large breweries struck Monday on order of the international president JosJ W Norton of the Ilrotherhood ot Sta tionnry Firemen The walk out resulted in a cum plete tie up of the beer inaking indus try throughout the cite Six of time lriverifj atTretel jiyiioij Uu lotion nzr meiit Muudaynigh tbut nsfthe loon at 4he otlicr 21 br jw eries arc still out a beer fantIne tis threatened unless a speedy sett lenient Is reached TSecognltion of the union an eight hour day and 2 a dayvige art the demands made by the firemen MANY WOUNDED AII Encounter nt temlierur Cnusecl- By n made In Holinlf of the Unemployed London July 10More than W t persons including troops nail police were wounded Monday in an en counter at Lciuberg says till Vienna correspondent of the Daily Express growing nut of an attempt byehS police to stop parades held in demon stration on behalf of the uncut ployed The mob threw up barricade and defied the police The troops were called in and charged again and again using bayonets and bullets Ultimate ly the demonstrators were diilollI1l- emhtr is stronglyI guarded Iby troops but it is reported that the mob is preparing for toothier high during the night AS LIGHT AS DAY The lllliioU Central Trnck Will Be IIt Up With Eleetrlelty Front Chlenco tu MntleHoii Chicago July IGIn a comparative ly short time the entire right of way of the Illinois Central railroad in Chicago and as far south as Matte son III will be as light during the nights as during the days The tom palsy has just finished a big electric plant at the foot of TweiityrfeventJi I reel which will furnish power for illuminating all the trucks station and yards for a distance of nearly TO miles The wires for lighting art laid in cables in stoneware conduits undergroundHANGED BY A MOB Alex llerninn Colored ClinrReil 8Witht Murder Strung tn By rem berg of ills Own Race Montgomery Ahu July 1G1 mob of Negroes at Courtland Monday hanged Alexander Herman a Negro who was charged with killing jallie Suo pe- WJicn the officer tool Herman on their way to Tnjumbiai to place JJiii in jail for tsarcrkecping thc Negroes QITrhanged afterwards riddling his body wjth bullets Jlcrman unule a confession ii 11Y5eitatorPt raq 111 1Y WjryHt ti1nlJ lrii thPtor PiTjjJi bf AIibami4 9 critically iII at hlfe inure Jn lhlR city with liver tmn Ukv Saturday night the senator ms In sm extremely crUJciT conditioni olullIii I atntitt I I r DEATH ON A BRIDGE Two Trains on the Missouri Kansas Texas Road Collide Near WymarklT BOTI1 EGiSESi fELL lN TilE RIO I Five Persons Were Instantly Killed Three Probably Fatally Injured as a Result of Mistaken Orders The BrlrtRe Collni i eil the Two Train CmiKht Fire and purred the Delirln us 1S ell nIt the Cum Parsons lulls July 16A headend collision between two local freight trains on the Missouri Kansas and Texas road near Vymark 1 T Mon dny killed live men and probably fatally injured three others The dead Joe Morris Parsons two unknown tramp James Levelle head brakeman Parsons Frank Fitzgerald head brakeman The injured Joe Mnssey terribly crushed and injured internally leiith expected any moment IJean fireman Parsons badly cut about bend und leg broken Kllnrnoy fireman Pardons chest crushed aid head cut The collision occurred on a bridge over the Arkajisas river There us a sharp curve near the bridge and when the engineers saw the danger the engines werep too close to each other to be stopped The two engines came together in the middle of the bridge the bridge collapsing and both engines fell into the river The two trains caught fire and burned up the bridge as veil as the ears The two engines are supposed to be buried in tIll quicksand in the river The local freight was to have sidetracked at Vymar to let the other freight pahbut the conductor it is alleged misunderstood his orders Three relief trains with wrecking crews and material left here Monday and it is thought that the road will be clear and the bridge repaired feo as to be ready for use by Thursday Trains are now running over other rpads by wry of Fort Smith idyl and from there to the Tatty at South MeMetrter HEADEND COLLISION Two IernotiM Ivlll il One Pntully and Several Others Seriously Injured lit Iltilenii msileytw Vi Parkersburg W Va July 1C Two persons were killed outright one was fatally and several others were seri ously injured in a headend collision on the Ohio Uiver railroad at Padena valley Monday evening The Ohio Vat Icy express on the way from Cincin nati to Pittsburgh WHS run into at full speed by a loose engine south bound and both engines were almost demolished The baggage car of he Ohio Valley express was smashed up considerably but none of the coachos were damaged and none of the train left the track except the engines Just what caused the accident can not be learned lint it is thought to have been a misunderstanding of or ders The dead tIEngineer Altourtright of the Ohio Valley express Wheeling William ISoothbly tireman Parkers bit rgm r en1iuccofI jured Fireman Carter of the lousy engine was injured but iis expected to recover The baggagemaster lied his head eat by falling baggage but otiis I the passengers were more or less se verely bruised and all were severely seriouslyhurt PITCHED BATTLE In n KlBht Between Neproei and MeslennH In New Mexleo 15 of the Former Were Killed Hereford Tex July 1Glintreached this place Monday of a reg ular pitched battle nnd wholesale kill iing between Mexicans and Negroiw who are working on the new Hock Island extension in New Mexico 1K t ndgS hoybago authorities undertook to arrest the assailant but his friends intt rferer nod they were obliged to Last week 33 of 10 Mexicans armedt themselves with Winchesters ear1I went after the Negro A battle took place in which 13 Negroes were killed outright and several wounded The casualties among the Mexicans can not be learned Oil Kor the Philippine Boston July 6Ten New KnglandI college men left Boston Monday night for the Philippines via San Francisco where they will become teachers mine of the party lire front iSowdoin college while one was nominate1 from Boston university and Chicago Terrible Heat In Itrhsin Cracow July thoRussia has been experiencing terrible heat the tem perature over a wide territory reach lug 100 degrees Fahrenheit inhes- hadt Fruitaand cegrt blot on a large scale Imve been destroyed Short Term Bando Washington July 36 Secreliry Gngfc Jlentlay purqhascd SllQOU three per cent bhoil term bonds at 10 01C5 1 GANG OfijCKPOCKETS orffTheir l1 eratlert Caa ed R Party Enwortli Leaguers to Bect B e Stranded r Glenwpod Springs Col July 13 The thoroughiy organized gang of pickpockets potting at Colorado Springs1 is responsible for a party of about twenty lE worth Leaguers be coming stranded here Men and women alike have been robbed not only of every cent they had with them but of railroad tickets as well and1 unless the railroads will issue tickets back home on their proof of having purchased au3 paid for transporta tion to San Frnrtlsco and back they will be compelled to ask aid from the county authorities In at least ten instances thieves even secured thei victims trunks on the stolen baggage checks Maj S KgToopcr general passer ger agent of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad authorized the Glen wood Springs agent to furnish passes to Ogden to tranded passengers who desired to journeyarwest lSIX PERSONS DROWNED s I They Were Surf Bathing Near Sn vanuali Gat Five Bodies SWCItlOut to Sen 1 Savannah Ga July 15Six persons were drowned while surf bathing at a picnic of the Hebrew Gamab1 Hasad t at Daufuskici beach Sunday afternoon V A strong southeast wind was blow t- inS and thehide was at flood Fifty yards oft shore is a shoal and be tween the shoal and the shore is a sluice The party was bathing on the shoal but firstling the tide getting rather high the bathers concluded to go nearer shore Almost at once they found themselves in the sluice over their heads with big waves pounding 1 and a sweeping current running orI12 who started across the sluice six were drowned Mrs Abe Dicksteins corpse was found floating in the surf an hour after the tragedy but the others were swept out tosea- MURDER AND SUICIDE 4 Dead Uocllen of Mr and Mm llnhcrt- IrnnRo Konnil on the IIIgluvny Near St Joseph Mo- St Joseph Mo July 151he dead bodies of Mr and Mrs Robert Prange of Omaha vere found beside thc public highwa half a mile south of Luke StationfSundny night There was a bullet holen the womans right tern pIt and one iu the means forehead Llasjjyduu4jangcH right baud was a 3Scaliber retolvcr It was evidently a ca = e5 f murder and suicide The man isfsuppdsed to have killed the womanand then taken his own life QUARTERMASTER STRONG lie Announce JIb Resignation From the Army For Personal and Financial Reasons San Francisco July 13 Putnam Bmdey Strong quartermaster in the department U S A announces that he hasresigncd from the nnny for personal and financial reasons anti that his resignation has been accept ed by Secretary Root The resignation was the result ol he publication of an escapade in this city Younger Brother Ilelcnncd St Paul Minn July 15 Coleman tad James Younger who were granted a conditional parole by the board of pardons on Wednesday last were re leased from the Stiliwater peniten tiary Sunday morning At present they will make their home in StSllwa ter and it has not yet been decider 1 where they will be employed The men spent their first day of freedom in a steamboat excursion up the St Croix river An Inspection Tour St Louis July 13Secretaryo 1 War Elihu II Root accompanied by a number of army officers arrivedi in St Louis Sunday night lit wit 1 inspect Jefferson barracks Mnnda morning and then proeee 4 west Ph purpose of the inspection is to aug ment facilities in all the pots for the establishment of training aeliooh for young officers yir t germim since Shot New York July 15For the tics- iliac since he was shot by Thomas G darker at Arlington W J diet o John Keller preached a sermon Sun 1lay morning His theme was the beautyand meaning of the coldrs of the American flag although he himself can sec those colors but dun Ily now Released on Bond SeatleWash July 15Job and Tom Considine have been release- Ion bond to appear in the sup clip court to answer to the charge of mur tier for the killing of exChief of Yo lice Meredith The bond of John Con sidine was fixed at 20000 and that v Torn tiOO Y At the Crossing KansaCity July 15South boutt passenger train No 1 on the Jfcnsas City SSprtlieru connecting collided with nn extra nock Island meat irain it the Rock Island cross ing dear Utatherby Mo killing onel titan ash injuring six other persons Shot ait Cllled ills Brother Carnegic PH July 15PlulDut ler caJ rd shot and killed his broth er r tiii a quarrel over a nickel Camn negie Sftnday arternoon The mil rdeter ccapett- w f jJr j RELIEF IS IN SIGHT B Local Thunderstorms and Lower Temperature Probable in Several States 11 N0 GENERIC RAINS ARE PREDICTED y fi Prospects of Showers Wednesday ill the Ohio and 3Iississippi Valleys and Upper Lake Merton Thunder Sturm In North l nUol A j rtheni Illlnol and Portion or Ohio Missouri anti Arlnn sns Oeeiirreil Monday Washington July 16heref for t he heatstricken district of the great corn belt Tuesday was predicted by the weather bureau Monday Nor eral rains apparently are yet in sight but thunder showers with erase quent lower temperatures are urnV able in Nebraska Kansas Missouri Iowa Illinois mad possibly Indiana There is a prospect of a continuance these showers Wednesday in the Ohio and Mississippi valley and in the upper lake regions bringing tool tr InruhlI the lower region am upper valley hut temperatures fell con itl during time early evening crer the latter district under the iinfluence of local thunder storms Local thun der storms occurred In North alwtI Northern Illinois portions of Ohio Missouri and Arkansas anti ulTorUcd some relief from the heat Effect of the Drought Topeka Kan July 1fiF IIX Co burn secretary of the state board 1II agriculture does not share in the general opinion of the ruin that willVIVI come upon Kansas as a result of the present dryspell Mr oburn states that there are over 900000 acres of Kaflir corn and alfalfa in the state which has not been materially rt fcctcd Ther are else 40000000 lUsh J els of old corn in the handy if the I farmers nearly a fourth of the wrcII ate trop The farmer who has hisII corn for the lust two year will notI be seriously cripplud Springfield 111 July 10 Advices from mill over the central tad south tOrn parts of the state sire to thus infect that the continued heat nul drought iis injuring the corn badly Potatoes apples berries and in ract almost all vegetation is sulTcrin ready WELCOME RAIN A Portion of the DronKhtStrickrnS- niitlMvrxt WUK Jlelloveil By- ConlouM Showers Kansas City July 16A portion of the drougthstrJeken southwest lin s been relieved by rain during the past 24 hours Great good has already resulted to crops and as there an prospects Mondai night of a further downpour it is believed thousands upon thousands of dollars will be saved farmers on stock and crops Nevertheless much greater quantities of rain oust come before a lasting benefit is done In the portions of central and western Missouri west ern Kansas and the territories still untouched by ruin conditons rental unchanged the temperature ranging from 9S to 100 the latter at Hutchin son Fan The rains which come at the end ot- a drougth of from four to tight weeks duration covered southwest ern Missouri and portions of onethird of Kansas taking in the sonOienitern corner of the Sunflower state from Kiley and Dickinson counties down to the Oklahoma line HOPELESS LUNATIC A Grandson of the Lnte Ilr A dm 1Crnsen Committed to till Bloom liiizdnle Anyliim 1etw York July 15 Harry Craven MmybycSupreme Court Justice Dykman tn Hloomingdale asylum Monday Th doctors say he is a hopeless lunatic fe is IU years of age It Sa said the boys madness was brought on foa- myears ago when he was n student u Onetnight while out with a number o students he was hexed it iis said and from that time his mind began to weaken A Terrific Storm Winnipeg Man July 1GA terrific storm struck the Pleasant Point dis trict on Cnrbcrry plains doing SlOtVJuil builtdntnarn iings At Hat Portage and Norman gulltdirections and damaged the big trills Austin Mclnnis was killed by light ning near IJoiFsevnn 13tntor Works Burned New Orleans La July lGThe Gardner motor works were struck by destroyd ed bv lireo1he r and stock is about 1300 0 There lw i1bcrn a IJrike of machinists at the Gardner factory for over a mouthii and Superintendent Gardner was rC1 eerily beaten by strikers Railway Tied Up Eale Pass Tex July 1GThe fire tautn on the Mexican International raroufb1 all resigned with hc f1ciSi 1 ities 6f the whole road have Ctu td ujt for 1woidays k rrtw k- e T A P OLIVERla- cksmith J and Undertaker HICK IANt KENTUCKY i ME A TRIAL when you weedr GIVE done or repairing specielgKrIUndertake Goods Cotamon Rosewood and Solid HIt hUlL Coffins and Cases which cite batted HD in short police and at reaiOB able prices 01etc a oath JIlL Shop near the Jail e LIVERY STABLEDOPPOSITE BR DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams Rc Justomera served with courtesy and politeness Pa ironaRc solicitedelophone 19 Cask Book toro t Splendid Selection of v SEW BOOKS t STATIONERY f 1yNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever liming up to date 0 MARY BERENDER Ik rnJ CITY BARBER SHOP I To my old customers We are her to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than WI old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL CROWKLI 4t1 DR S K DAVID ONt Jentis1 itk HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office ever Cowgillex Oowgilla Drag Store 1fitfpt O E EAKERi General Grocer Powell Blook Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Slock of- J J C Boniiiiriat would be i1leatd Ii- have la all old frUndr to call Fresh Goode d Choice 8ptaiu 1 iw J YCo r AT BUCKKKRS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WiJIf Repair or Paint your old one SLACZSM1THIHQ OF ALL 2INDJ ILL WORK GUARANTEED II F Rerley Joe W IloanetU BENNETT i REMLEY =ATIOxNEY9 AlLA wfWill practice in all Court especially the Court of Ilickman and Fulton coup ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Keuileya in Hlckman The iii Big Four Route i RatlrraY5YsteinrrromptisleY Roadwayr MostfApproved Manlier of Hidden Rallwayeoutl1lCtJOll The Passenger Train Service of the I BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 20O 1 Passenger Trains per day ixqurilg for their operation 150 Passenger Lccomoticsj 0 fw430 Passenger Carah25 Parlor Cars v 20 Dining and Cafe Czra fv i In addition to which Sixty Puuila Sleepers art la Continuousi Senjkt oaths B1QFuUraxlitsTltrblljk Car Lines WARREN j LYN- CHGcarMTktAg W Pi DEW B tG rax t Q3ClSYAr10 Y 4 i2 i 3- r Yt r si jis 1 I s1 1 We are Offering BARGAINSINr 2 ttu r C r s t Ladies Lace Oxfords I 259 2 and 150 IIWere 150 Stand 75c III BOYS KNEE PANT SUITS III I I Were 85f 3350 and 8250 go at 8385 8225 and S TG Iow II Shirt Waists j IIIn1llt White 1a1Vltse50e j 11 j pricesI to SoO j s t 1r go at 25tl to 125 j t r 3 4 I BigLineofij i If Lawns x Dimities e ii I jyash Dress Skirts I i Jf jic Silk Parasols iAt reducedJ prices at I U I vr i r IS 1 BALTZER DODDS t a e H jl t Love Will Find a Way and having found a way tho hume will be the nextithoaghL This jis where we meet you half way 1 IN- CAN FROM TWO TO TEN HOUR r Wb FURMSH YUUR HOME COMPUflVi from top to bottom aid on the erffe fi ie wThec latest anddaintic With aU th 4- sensib1e ttbletichaiN niid cup pmls to tifako your home niro g11t tb beT 1 UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The TJndertakqrs jjcpartmentis up tairs where we keep a conlnl eta line of Caskets Coffins Burial Hobs Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives alp dais over the store where he can le fou 2py timeduyor night MORRIS PtI1LL1P 1 t t U I LEDFOKD HANDLE t Groceries Fresh MeatsI vi I Hardware Queenswaresn n tiiir TV Hay tsBan Lime and Cemen- tS 2 i J e Y eveey yt iijjisiifilly found in a firstclass Grocery and no jainswill heySPaJ Jl to please our customers OI1 Prf1 I us etClintonS1 heO i h UNCIL BREEDINGS f I r it z Jlickmaii yJritt I0 lKif t y presentMayoro ti1an Swayue Uoirgill Elhson Ud Brevartl + The object of the ineetinfr vft lo I make arrangements to provide tome mplIirstrutting the Waterworks Gonimltler i to make such provisions as hey might deem best in way of putting the plant 4 inoperationOn adjourned HG1IELMCI C +tNORSE FOR SUE 2 Heavy draught JJol esFor terms nd pricss apply tQVj JOH T CREED J 1 y z- I L r tq llf 1 l J IiL7t- i 55 j I I I I JLt Itnl ED- STIAWROPER i On Wednesday evening July 17th at S oclock at the home of the brides par lrRorRoperState inParist m mings while thee groom wore the iou ventional black GetShawi lrgo it honorintegrityconfidence ofall who know 1 I brrdlwI stye nloCU101cst and worthy young Indied eoinmunitTheirtii I by wishing them joy huppiues and I prosperity 1SECURE A HOME 1Jt On the Installment Plan iith Utilize Your Rents The SSird SemiAnnual senesol the Hickman Building and LoanUsaocia hipThis cessful operation nearly 12 yeariIhas as silted hundreds of bomb peopie in se curing homes enables them totmilie rent money which when paid IS gouo you and your heirs fortrertocard l Ito for a home Sometimes your rent wholly pays for a home Thtre are hundreds of home people who have practically tested the plan and ibis Association and you can talk to tljeih If you are honest it will he1JounJrOU are out keep out Tile prudent conservative uianago men of thin Association haaprdVBn it self to be a safet luvastinenlMsfrZfttviux instil alion as well as comtfSrettt4p bur reHcr h1Ji If you do not iunleistandft wjsvkintrs eaU on or address tho Secr jfnrysit I lies Courier airier and detail tin loiitfttjoa will 1 ie given j ou Do out faiq llittlll1 at once thBULLSTATESid I Louisville Commercial It seems that along with other things Slo11SImllhad several tight in Umalia the laJt one attended ijy the UVtrJJrfottin iltJudctlltllIt I against their continuancertue itianug ers who look at business from a purely commercial standpoint say thui will continue the game as long as tots at tendance is good In tact the iilanag ers let the commercial spirit which ae tutees them carry them too fur The bulls cost them money and they seem to bullIed and gored by u bull during outs of the Omaha lights There was great excite inint andt uumcr ofladies among injuredtlJnIlJeJrI very indignant over his taro areII they say that if they had been allowed to hamstring the bull as they would Spaintheoi from injury The managers ofthe show however tied it cheaper to butte wren dors hurt than 40 have bullskJllSdr und will not suffer the toreadors tuf kill or thatIlunacy tltg lightsi will be pulled otr next ijr Iowa and lUtcttosttngtoi this country in condemnation ofJSpan ish bull fighting and its jicruicious ef feet on Spinish character liowstwn ami where a stop wiltItut first put to this at teinpt to Introd j s it among us NOW IS THK BEST TIMEi To have your Babys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot and the is I myprIcestime I will make six Platiuo Photi t r T I rt s wonhes this chance Extreme tare will ibe crncmbtheer the Photographer ndHeartburn takentoorthurncsprClalhsoweakeuedh utool1nsticnteSIXbourswhelllouregion of the stomach after eating incH that muctuidIgill druggists HOARD WASTED lor man and wife no children in private family will furnisli one room pay half the license A I dress box 57- TEACHERS WANTED We learn that 7 or 8 SclioolD tricts in this county are innqed of good teachers The ayeragej salary L in these districts is 40LX 1per month The demand f Jrialeteachers appears to tXcceat supply Also several lady teachl iCl ers would find employment = For theCUUllty J W Morris Chpster Bandu1 r randanal vii lurleaSundavand Canada t f r IftTups1l i trhr inHurdi i music e 1m111sIJanle Btasl jr uhargcd dth IIHHIII Dirk DanielI Aval nidictpd LftktfCnIJntyII ltr mi ed until November Eliteas ad mitted to bailin th urtfifiO t r Marsh Alexander Killed i 4 HIS MURDERER IS NOT KNOWN ItI i jf THE RESULT OF A CRAP GAME PROBABLY t I I coiloredI night near the mil road truck old d i pot in East Jliekman and his dmid body found Sunday morning a pistol I wound in the breast the bell having passed through the heart A coroners investigation Wit held but no evidence developed at the intRtiWt ion to poiut with certainty to the murderer It was learned Iby Sheriff arbiter and otheis that a gang of ntgrues hnd been enKn ed in shooting craps tit a Lox car near where the dead man WAI found and sns petting that Alexander had been killed by some tae connected with tthus game warrants were is uetl by Judge Keurby and thirteen men arrested nod jailed All allirined that they knew nothing or the killing and at first they knew nothing of tho gamin But at the trim Mon day they r nH plead guilty Ui playing etaai in the lox tar Saturday night and wen each tined for that offense A negro unto named Luk 1ii lkIitem Huiiiboidt was in tllt guue acctt on Sunday left thcsc parts and fur thr renBon in suspected by some of the tour der and others think that they hue the guilty one bow in jail but so far e others refuse to love him sa aI A NEW R AllROADP- ROJECT I HICKMAN ASLEEP OBION DI VIDEO BY FACTIONS Efforts have been persistently made to get arbitrary or division of iralli rates with the 1 C 1w from Luke jcounty to Obiou and ciao with the N C St L R1 R at Iliekman Kv without detiuitc or satisfactory results and the building of a railroad to either point without some clear under standing would not be ordinary business prudence as it would plane us at the mercy of one railroad and however clever they might bo human nature might dictate terms unprofitable to our short line Lake county is in gr at need of rail road connections to develop its immense raonrces and the writer being very much interested in Lake and Obion counties yeo not mgro than ills hum bleu citizen in proportion to huThold ings has thoroughly investigated the two routes afore mentioned and while both are good enough the coniifctions are not satisfactory without assurances which have out been made and uot be l ag willing to put his own money into a doubtful place has not asked anyone else to Being thus blocked off Ilk+l the populite he started out last Monelay tto hunt something better md found1 it iI CityStartedbottom we personally traversed the route to Union City yin Wooiland Mills and found every inch of the conn try was settled up with live men a h want something like other people and are willing to do something rThe land is rich all tilt way aud not a 1ptonmeI throughthoroad can live or make 5 per cent run TenuessccAlabamaone ought to pay 25 per cent on the in vestment hythethe way grout Union City to Tipton vine cmwing rh lake at or near tin Nashville club house a distance of 29 of 31 wiles It iis a good route it is saxleasable and in my judgment it will pay for this reason the country is good and the connection at Union Uity sires tolithn I C only three miles further on with the Mississippi river at the other end so that we will not bo entirely at the mercy of one road Lean and do recommend this route and suggest to everybody having any public spirit to prepare for taking liberal stock and when you are done I 25dgood taith in recommending the enter necessaryThe toIshereandHickuian is asleep total cannot be aroused i Obion is divided by factions will Union City unite rind act IIAratsheThe N C St Ii Railroad is cer II tarn to build a road an extension into Lakecounty from Hiokman if the Hick man and Tiptonvillo Levee is ever built and there is no apparent reason why the people should tax themselves to se i cure that which is certain without their itnporaletauce of independent connection with the Illinois Central for Lake county and Fulton county as well is the very greatest but if Mr ITirris has or ever had any plans relative thereto ho has not taken this public into his confidence Such a connection foui the proposed levee to Fulton or Clinton on tho Iljj uois Central is far moro fcal1o and practipalilo and xyoiild moot with more public aud railroad oncOUEagcuieiit than the route sngtiestec in Mr Harris com munication 1irUK1JftlH II1r IAN KENTUCKF 0rI f O 0 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Docs a General Banking llusuJt s1Jouev on Liberal Term deo The handsI and Securities of this Hank are protected by the s SafeIHas nevofpt been Opened by Burglars 3 oT CashierCCashiergHleif K Mtll- xxrE u rruru ut TIIK CIIMHUATKI I t IuiHlaT TJWA O j4J Qp- HLOX 2AN KENTUCKYc RESTOREDThe NervousTroublesSlorrttrhowliopcdeisthte re4Ermostorrer ElI I Vitallty I JIIJtMnIIUIlIthI strongereveryWvee Kidneys aryl ucweis leaUi lhl citlio t andandutthci WOME N sirlino andI ro ustJl J tuvo our unqualified guarantee They surely and t oodTiredConstipation Dlzzlncss VertigoSt Vitus Dance Nervous Headache uackache Trembling Numbness Lost Power unit all curtdicaseQottht Irn EgwillThousands tlotntllIJyour meaty aoc Just for the asking PriesLOea lox of data tukenfIlmcLouisvilla I Cash Book Store i I rISplendid1 1 Selection of NW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS fXill and see onr Stock EverIII thing up to date 0MAicc BEIJKXDKS Co STABLEi J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnout buggies surreys carriages sate tennis e Ju toiners served with courtesy vnd politeness Pa tronage o1icitedoJeplionQ IU J F OLIVER Blacksmith and UndertakerH- ICKMAN r KENTUCKY wantfrepairingWagonsspecivltyIUndertakcra Goods Common RostwooI end Solid Iliac1 U alnnl Collins nile Cases which can hr fined up in hort notice andat reason able prices Give me n call OCRL RJinn near the Jail A GREAT NEWSPAPER The Sunday edition of The SL Lori3 Republic is a marvel of modern newspaper enterprise The organization of oompletoinnewspaperThe iin haill section contains moro high class literary matter than any fashions es pwiially valuable to the ladies Tho colored comic section is n genuine laugh maker The fuquy cartoons arc by the best artistw The humorist stones oh nationalSheet music songif Republic Pepublic1JYmaila wsdealers r F S MOOREI- ATrORNEYAT t LAW EUJJilIOflice partner of Judge IL 1 Rein leJ 1 PlINfSi PAINTSt t At Oowgills Wo Novo just received a large shift PaintsCollierStrictly brand Linseed Oil The best brands on tho market Cowgill t o Cowgiii I DRUGGISTS t J C i AU C rz Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Oash will have prompt attention r ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FORO N 5 f Y t n lVE t X ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son J v mocleznuptodateJh r takeandiiLmplee free titQowgiira Drug store 1 Sf F- i 1- C c C ii- t i r L L twmmmmmmmmwmmNttwm 41 41t 41eCOUPONS- V y i WITH EVERY CASHIi RCASII t fir it- r HI i I f 1 r j 1 1I r- l I 0 I I j i 4 I r a r l Grocery Clothing ti and y- n Dry Goods Departmentt ti I i ri Those1 Connuns uJJ lI JVr i4 iiiLii iM lln ii TT r ir It itt allr jtiUI1Ir the e rf eyl rlJei II I II s r aI 1 Beautiful Hand Decorated t I SemiPorcelain Chinavvare tk thus eimblingQjon to obtainani a14 I ENTIRE DINNER Sjf x fZ I ABSOUIELY 1 f t y 11 FREE OF COSIoJt cttJltr4iI i II1i isFI f4a d y f This is NOT cheap stuff but-t I I the vQry BEST QUALITY of i hHtW VRE You can save rout S t coupons until von get enough for a full sot of dishes or you can take them out piece at a tiinev a cup and saucer this g 1 w timer a plate another time andt olonantlTou illssoonltr setntt T a t ttJ v a I I r 1y t SPCIAL i I I I j f Ii H saiII j lir x A1yofQlIte 6c and 7c v Fan jl cy Calicoes now j oiII jJ cr25 1 f l I OWI II I rI k t 1friu1 t I 1I J I lI f I 1 j Beautifull new Lawns I lustRecew cI C i F t E IL L lfGi1 k S itjF 1 y mmmmmmmmm0 IE BflHH BETWEEN 4000 AND 5000 PEOPLE HERE i CROWD WAS MUCH LARGER THAN j EXPECTED The crowd of people attending the free barbecue Wednesday was much larger than any one expected the ge eral estimate being 4000 to 5000 people here There were 3000 trays passed out thoseIma jI wejj i dIundertaking to serve and control peveral I thousand people at a free for all barbe niueItenths are as good and well behaved people as there arc in the land but the other tenth have not a delicate appreciation of the proprieties of social et quette on such occasions and the rights and privileges of others are not observ I ed by this latter element HoweyeIn I the vat crowd was remarkably orderly I and well behaved no drunken men or I drnnkeness reported The meats were thoroughly well cooked an immense I majority abundantly well served an j altogether the people seemed to enjoy gamesIeverything general auhabove all the intent of the occasion to express the hospitality and good will of the people of linkman was shown adi I milted and appreciated by all It w no money making scheme pure Los tality and good will and this was evidenced b the fact that the business houses all closed and did not seek to turn the affair unto an opportunity for trade and traffic I IThe Fulton Baseball team won the I 5Iup including inning the Shaws cleverly led The Moscow team won the game over the Black not tom club in the morning by a score of t to10The I Sack Races Wheelbarrow Races and Pie Contests were highly amusing and enjoyed by the many who witnessed themThe Cornet Band made the music which was goodcThe Tub Race on the Mississippii I I factII the extreme heat failed to go to river to witness it Altogether the occasion may be pronounced i a success about as much so as a free barbecue in the extreme hot weather could be expected to be FIUUT AT CAYCE From Fulton Leader A tight took place between Scearce and Joe Allen near Cayce urday evening in which several bl were exchanged and both men drew I then guns The trouble grew out of a i remark Scearce made some time ago i existingboth ex pected Fulton Leader 9 IILocal and Personal WaterHarborpresented the Courier with a Star Fish and the scales of a Tarpon Fish from theed waters of Clear Harbor Fla likelyaIi I meatiI Jnp K Hendrickis cardatetheCumberlandpastor Rev E E Henudrick prayed conregationme cashowerWealthy American newspaper men and others with money to throw at the windowsLondonKinEdwurdr orDWDickinsona visit to Nashville A feature of the Ovrensboro fair A 13 to 17 will be a bull light In front of Neromusthetbulls he totExposition ofProfap predation of his home friends he will reatmFreegreatomany cases are cured in one treatment come now Mr and Mrs Jno Ford of Ful I ton visited in the city this week Dr E II Williams and family of Clayton Tenn visited In townl WednesdayMr ofUnionweekWill and Mamie Cunningham two Fulton negroes were brought to jail Wedatiday charged with robbery familyleaveat Pilant Springs near Tullthoaaa= Tenn LEGISLATIVE RAGE II- t 1 Committeeman Naylor n Replies t I Editor CourieriWhile younany communication of political yournbeenloyalintendstoprinciplesofes that the officers of our party in our state and controlledgangoti1littleits issue of July 28 about two weeks in advance of all time yet recorded in prominent type John W Naylor is ex pelled from Democratic Committee callthemselve andion sly have tried to deprive the democrats of the 1committeemanhaveturnedNovember to fill wonderi app010ting exercising so much here of late howdid andwere they detained as such in di rect violation of the party law I charge this to Mott Ayers for he knows but isi unwilling to tell Did not Mott Ayers thisYHowto appoint them There is a strong countyptOple9tbe position he aPrcommitteeInundemocratic rule of appointing committeemen was passed for the benefit of the designing politician and thus de priving the people of the right of who oftheman Now in the late State convention held in Lexington owing to the great dis satisfaction caused iu the Democratic ranks the convention in its wisdom to1theasfollowsNoemberl900precincts meet at their respective vot rag places and elect a committeeman for each of said various precincts in the county and state to serve for a term of four years said amendment further thehairmanty to give notice 10 days previous to the postingcoune ty or precinj yjiorein such elections are ordered efe I now charge Mott Ayers and Chas petheIrfragdulentlytices from being published for reasons then and there known to themselves and for their own Selfish political end I further charge them as aforesaid in 6m theickn chaosSL dyerso And who are they and what is the 1 history lake the chairman Chas G Alexander aonelectionat the regular November election di bolt and use his influence against cer thishistorycommitteeman m lieu of Dr Sam Lu aslivesCarr I am informed that he tr voted the Democratic ticket in his 1f until after Mott ayes had him appoint as committeeman How about II whyvllSbeCountyhow washerWhdioFultonsdemocratsHowappointeethe froSmithcalledgathen actually de uhied citizenship in this state So with tie rest of time committee all received iQlutioni icy to expel me from the committee I deIand challenge I elected I ny was dour i mitteeman of Cayce precinct by the vo ters of said precinct and was not elected loft Ayers and I charge that Cother so called members of the com mittee were retained and appointed for AyresThiscontraryngI and party law The said so called com dendhoorathing which areuntrue said socalled supporting MottAyres nomineeIottofficial ballot and never will bo Then isthesaysoYl rightnowi your credentials wont do When thecalcium lights qf trnth are turned on yon you will flicker as a spark that goes furtbermorelpublishingfwse youthat ments that I have heretofore made and chargiugmeliarsJ OIKD A littleI child of tiand Mrs M Isbell died on Monday and was buried Tuesday The sin thebereavedv 1 A Pan Amric Eo ion Best reached by the Illinois Central Railroad Through service via Memphis Louis ef1fectiveof SLEEPING CAR Without Change Between New Orleansa- nd Buffalo An evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival at Buffalo SLEEPING CAR SERVICE AND BUFFET LIBRARY CAR ChicagoWi Enroute Particulars of agent of tli Illinois Central and connecting lines Wm Murray Div Pas Agt New Or leans Jno A Scott Div Pas AgL Memphis sell and all 1SS To my and pupils have with thou Normal School and Green and will be located Ky The of will form part has more the and that been able otter yet tile cost of is no It located in city 12000 one of most and parts are schools der one and For further address Gen Mgr A Green Ky Building 17 r j Material 1 I DRESSED LUMI 1 BER 1 and c A r and Cement C 121121Doors t Paints Oils etc ft 1 IFEEDSTUFFS Oats Corn Bran etc etc 1 1 i t I 1 Dazzles the World No has ever created one quarter the that has been caused by Dr Kings for Its se verest tests have been on victims of Hem orage and thus ands of whom it has restored to perfect asthmaeCroup Hay Fever and WhoopingCough it is the surest cure the world is sold by who sat isfaction or refund Large bot tles GOo and 8100 Trial bottles tree TO THE I am in this 1 line at City Tenn and carry at all times and well Goodsortedand Pure as well all other in that line and respectfully solicit W R WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFERDEAu SIR Iam enabled to and herebvlofferyou Fan Quarto of Hollywood year old Rye for 900 prepaid I propose to ship onapproval plain boxes with no marks to indicate contents When yon receive it test if it is satisfac YThisS f c FOR BEST GROCERIESII- T Go where they go who want GOODSat PRICESdTO Rogers Threlkelds Ie J ViTTiNGs OLD STANDFRESH MEATSGoods Free = Street Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS t JrAnL1SIIED DILLON ST Propt rCSIIror to n C namg dc1 Uarbleand firanite onu uen s- CURI3II1G of all Kinds IRON c e cI ECiokmana 4 J STATEMENT FKOX J A BAUER FORMER SOUTHED 1 NORAt DXIVRRSITY friends I consolidated my school interests at Huutingtou Southern Bowling Business College hereafter at Howling Green institution which hereafter a than twice attendance equipments I have heretofore to at attendance i larger is a of inhabitants in the pictnreaqnc of Kentucky There three large un regularteachingScientific Classical departments information HHCHERRY or J BABER Field Representative r 1- O I r rl ROUGH AND Windows Shingles Builders Hardware ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY fl FURNISHED I EllisonlI It Discovery in medicine of excitement New Discovery Consumption Consumption Pneumonia Pleurisy Bronchitis Hoarseness in It Cowgill Cowgill guarantee money PUBLIC engaged i of business Union a large as Whiskey as goods a TRIAL ORDER seven WhISkey Express in it not THE IN FRESH Delivered Clinton TOM STONE WORK FENCING Kjr h PRESIDENT I Huntingdon beautiful wealthy management Bowling 1Hay hopeless quickest r t i11 The lest Remedy for Stei lack aHIt t c llowel TroublesIl I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all the proprietary medicines of any note And among the entire list I have never fount anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for alt stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakelield of Columbus Ga This rem edy cured two severe cases ofcholemtmorbus in my family and I have recom mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my ou tomers to their entire satis faction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form For sole by Cowgill Cowgill druggists The tunnel through which water is supplied to Hickman Water- Works is in some way obstructed an the town has been wit of wa ter for several days The council has prdered the difficulty to bereo rap4ed but there is no certainty hoV long it will be before we bayewater F r- R r 1 s f Iii v i c i I 4 a i i t 4 JM YYr ya i s a I r t 4 t I f A dJll J ++++++U l 1 H3 H 1 t HZ +HH1io i + ++M +++ l4 r J andJJi H1 Towns in entaeky i + As Shornn Sy An Official Bulletin Just M Issued from the Census Office S j t uLtLLtLLtt t L LHUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT T The number of Incorporated cotes towns And villages In Kentucky has Increased from 259 In ISM to 351 in VM A recent ten w sus bulletin gives the population of these places as follows ClUes ToweD Villages and Buroughs 1900 1S9- 0JVdairville I town 73 Albany town 231 Alexandria town 25- 3Allenavllle town 430 4X Anchorage town 421 Arlington town 5S4 57- 4AJshJand cityt 6SOO 4135 Athena townA i 1 6 113 Auburn town te 4 637 61 3 Augusta city 1718 1447 Eftgdad town 100 Bandana village 205 14- SHarbaurville town 7110 1162 IJiBardwelli Barrsley town SM- BeattyviHe town CW Beaver Dam town 562 274i Bedford town 397 259 Bellevue city 6 rf2 31 Benton village fiS4 314 Berea town 762 Berry town 250 Bethlehem town 6G Birmingham village 31 27- 3BJackford town 243 Blaire town 134 r BlandviHo town 277 372 tHloomfllld town 3S- 5Boniilevllle town IT- UBooncvllle town 251 Boston town NS 114 Bowling Green city 8S2S 7SC- 8BradfordFVlllo town 301 179 Brandenburg town 213 435 Bremen town ISO Briensburg village H7 S7 Brodhead town 337 Bromley town 543 Brookvllleftpwn 5r 33- 0Brownsviller town 234 113 Uryantsvllle town 1 92 2t 6 Buffalo town 347 21- 4jBurgln town 7IG 30- 3IBurkley town 184 Butler town 5W WO 1 Cadiz city SSI 890 Cairo town 153 aoo Calhoun town 631 637 California town 292 316 Calvert village 127 142 Carapbellburg town y 19t 34- Campbellsville city t 1341 lOIS Campton town X6 317 gigCanmert Carlisle town 1377 10S1 Carrollton city 22ft 17SJ Carr llle town 278 240 Caaeyvllle town 21 301 Catlettsburg city 30SI 1374 Cave City town k KR 362 Centertown town 201 79 Central City torn 131S 1144 Central Covington town 21ET 951 Cerulean Springs town 190 Clay town tt 450 323 Clay City tn 5 i flj Clinton city Iu 14 2 1317 t 1521tj iCotumbul city i fi 1535 S73 i Concord town iii4 l 5W isCorbin townCorinth town kV 331 777t35t453 t Crittenden town 109 440 I Crofton town 273 42S Cromwell town 225 185 t J2Curdsvllle 341 Cynthlana city 4 3257 3016 Danville city 4255 37 X5 DawFon Springs town JAi 523 Dayton city GUH 4264 Deanfleld town 2fl Defoe town 123 Dexter town 221 Dixon town f Ta 5fDover town 4 Ejt 51 Drakcsboro town Ji 2tDublin village a S3 Dunmor town 4 77 82 Dunnvtlle town iai 136 Dycusburg village T Kxt 213 Darlington city w 1O 174S- Eas tvitw town iZv 12- 7Eddyvlite city 1210 6SO laden town Itwz P Oii 412 O KMzabethtown city 1S61 22C- OEllsavUl town 1W 164 Klkhorn town 87 1C Elkton city 112a 116S Jolsmfrp t lit j519Ai is lt tiROtR 12 r fown C Ezel town mm 12- 4Falrflcd I town 2M 1S31JalllburlI Farmers village 341 Sos Farmlngtun town 118 S3 nat Gap village 100 M- Ilemlngsburg town 12KS 1172 Florence town 268 Ford town 73t 75- 1Fordsvllle town 5M 2S1 Footer town 14S Frankfort city 91S7 7892 Franklin pity iie 232- 4TYedonta village 4 196 249 Frenchburg town 210 222 t Fulton town 2S50 1818 i Georgetown town 3R21 Germantown village 407 229 Uest town v 126 5hent town 563 525 Glasgow city V 2019 2051 Glasgow Junction town 224 217 Glencoe town 2C6 i Gordonsville town 4 117 Gracey town 142 Orange town 141 131 Gratz town t 4 26 205 Grayson town 6W IGreensburg town 661 K2 Greenup town ill 669 tr Greenville city lORl 9oq GuthrIe city SOT 41J Hanson town W9 376 llardln town 24- 0Ilardlnnburg town 6S9 GS- 1Hardyvlllet town 1O- 5Harrodsburgi city XS76 3230 t Hartford town 785 740 Haweville city r 1041 lOU Hazel Green town 223 21- SHenderson city 10272 883- 3Hlckman town 1589 16T2 Hickory Grove iA 145 IIi hlanl1 Park town 993 Il1IIlsborotown 227 212 ti I 331iHI 191 I j Hodxensville town 826 542 7280 i 9SitBuntBvllle town i 120 90 flBustonvllle1 town 431 43- 3Hyden town 269 SO Independence town 193 t Irvine town 260 Irvington town 3S5 Jackson town i s IM- tJeCfersonvllleI town 84 Jelllco town 322 Joncsvllle town 1CS Junction City tewn4 S17 64S t Klrkmansvllletown 16 103 t tInottsville town 209 215 f Kuttawa tonh 85s 5f7 It Lafayette town 4 1 r 9 lib La Grange town WtIi ta- I l amasco town U4T 134 1S5 tt Lancaster city J6M 1L2I tonia town 4 vl SS2 1 1 LtwrenCelrerg city + lam 1s Lebanon city L1S15Lebanon Junction town4 4 54I d Lee City tewR 11 Leltchfleld tear 4V444 914 82- 1Lenoxbarr tawn Slwtf Lewi urg towa wv tQ1r1 1 j I 1 TT IT rTITT y Tockport town ill J1 vsiLouisaLouisville city 2WJ31 lollia Ludlow town i 3334 24b- JJynnvlIle village 56 oo0dbacKeat 4 J Muckvllle town litMudljonvtlle city 3t7 Z- tManchestor town SMnnn viM town Itrf S3 Murion city lle 8- Mart1n burg village 143 15 l- Mayneid city 4d s1 SOa Mays Lick town ZSi 12 Maysvllle city 6423 53o3 Maytown town IM 162 Middleburg town 1S2 14o Middlesiburo town 4JCJ 3271 Midway city 1045 US5 lUbutn town iS2 237 MIU r burg town She t50 Milton village 34 45J Minerva town US Mpnlerey town C70 32 413CMorrhead town lMO 491 Morgantteld city 2W6 Iv94 Morgantown town 5S7 OMortons Gap town SS5 5- Ml 43 Carmel town 144 1iMt Eden town Ill 193 Mt Olivet town 85S 327 Mt Pleasant town C57 XI Mt Sterling city 3MI 369 lit Vernon town 412 Mt Washington town 1C03 327 Muntordvltle town 440 Murray city 1S2 Silt 1S3NeptonNew Castle town 462 4io I 16I56New32JNew200Newport24918Nlcholaxvllle 2157North496North1S3Owensboro8837Owenton847Owingsvilie 12797PalntsvillesgParadise107Paris4218ratesvllle162PellvIIIc119Pembroke466Penrod7Perryvllle4CPetersburg523Pewee435PlkevHIe456Plnevllle5072Pleasurevlllc 2JPoolejPort 174Prestonaburg 3J5Prestonvlllo 1557Proctor77Providence6wIryorsburgQuincy town 361 17- 9Raywlnk itown 140 42HUichmond5073Rlchpond119HnbardGS2Rochester510Rockfrort435Rocky120Rosewood btRoslnes Ino ISORowlandE12RuwlotU19SRumseyJ07Russell323Russellyillei 7aL0St449St170SalemSOSaloma64SilyTC3Sunders227Surd255Scolt573Sbrte69Sharpsburgi 2679Shepljerdsvllle 151Shffburne194SImpsonvIlle290Skllesvlllo493Smlthland541Smiths411Somerset263Sonora223South53SpotlKVllle511SpringfieldC77Stamping311StanfordliSSfiStanton193Stephenport263Sturgls 619Tilton93Tompkh11vlllef 455Turners19STyrone 1037Upton1110VanderburgVersailles city 2337 i Vine Grove town T 4271 397 16SWalnut43Walton484Warsaw67fiWashington 529Water115West1757West234WestWest Point town 4S9 59WhlteburgWhlteevIHe town 4 449 338 95SWlllard431WllllamsburgWllllamstown town 613 573 4519Wlngo451Woodburn134WorthvllleYosemlte town 207 307 A Good Saute for It A droll medical officer at the war de partment at Washington who is obliged to give some attention to the pension business has suggested a new disease tc pension hunter that is likely to be acceptable to the pension agents lie found that the lists of dis abilities submitted by applicants in eluded almost everything in the med ical dictionaries the idea being to name Home disease that an applicant is liable to have How would it do he asks to let some of these applicants describe their disabilities under the name of petisiomtis That would mean everything and describe the infirmities of the entire race Of present day nppltcantS1 Times Tbc Invariable Pontnvrlpt Does your rite when shes away always add a postscript to acr let ters Oh yes she 8hsays P S Please send me some money Phil del1Jhja Bulletin 1 l HANNA FOR PRESIDSHX J flic Ohio Ilane Can Have ihr Nomr tiit laatioiu If24t I i 1ltoe liJ i i i f4toWhen th mention of Ar Hanna in ronneition with pltt igreifeney was Sredtatrtat it is a joke He may have bllnti nest n so regarding it or he m5hav tn tesY tIll popular fcefng fo sce bow the suggestion wouhtattike In itlit r event Mr llama has ceped to joke about the matter Very probably + the more he thinks abmitait the better he likes the idea Hevouia be a strange man if he were tint paled to be udi tutlate II gtate and Mr Ilannu is naftet the 1 f llrlcjllHtherewould feel utterly disqualjfiedjr fill so high an ollice Mr Harina AVjiatevcr bis limitations is a sanguine encr ffetie practical mono and liemitiTd look upon the presidency ofKtbelnite I states very much as he woiiVfl hw rentlrustini + Je wVrl a Justt tthe place for a skilled combiner and organizer and man of business Such being the probable atiUude o Mr llnnna himself wlfat of his hances It is early yejj butunhss the conditions change greatly who has a better eJiunce for thC republican nomlnationV Vho has half sgood s rrpnbIit1I1I tin big business men UHlrporutions that virtually control the ntachrnerJ and the candidate maka 8 process o the republican party To whomI would the MiKinley administration be so likely to throw its aid as to Mr Hannn if he should secachance to win and deride to makea canvass fr JInn a will not be a receptixe candidate in case he should enter till rare He will not hunt for delegate s with a brass barn but neither will he sit still end expect delegates to oome to him by some mysterious process of gravitation or natural attraction He will organize his canvass as thor oughly1 and as systematically he organized the Melinlej delcgatehunt of MO and before t he uercandidates know it he will have the field to him self assuming that Iis that there should be reaction within the repub lrIinletisnld hardly disassociate himself even did he so desire The chances are that Won M1 aidijyi I 1l If he really wants it lie has never failed so fur to get about nil he want ed alid he krows the power of or gnu rtttnn moehrne discipline anti TflitbHnncOIlntions1 wmotrutiparty1 nnpopularitvwith GnlUlrrisHnhadi diana before he was elcctt lpresident Tames pClpIilar idols both never ached the presidency Certain leaders seenvtoI ht1nrnri prnkordate hut Mr Hanna probably does not dnht his ability to win hands down as against such platforms and candi dates as have been put forward in the name of the democratic party in ISOfi and 1000 If Hanna could only be sure that the logical issue of 1S9I1 would be again at time front in 1004 Rut there exists a strong likelihood that the deraocratic party will be doing business op a commonsense basis in 1M4 with a nntioMl platform o f live iissues and a candidate to match Itmd Hanna knowslt Albany Ar gus v PRESS COMMENTS jjrhe new republicanl platform is ititthat professes to imple issue of McKinleyism Cincinnati Enquirer Mr liannas fine work in the Ohio state conventioniemay be taken ix an indication tbtvJn expects the Buckeye sate to furnish the next president regardlessf Mr McKin leys declination Omaha YorldHcr ald organizetwill do his bidding asunquestionably as does the Ohio machine he can either be the republican nominee tor president in 1004 or elect the gentle man upon whom that honor shall fall Peoria Transcript The formations cut trusts always results in cheapening the prod uct as we have been so often assured NeverthelessItnote the price Df llnseedoll has been constantly on the jump since the Linseed Oilcompany was bought by the Stand ard Oil people Hartford Times There are sgaii cant signs that the republican patty is being divided by discord That party is likely to be seriously disrupted in congress nextI winter over thpttariff question ann who shall Ay that that party which arrogates to UselF all the virtues and iis insolent tifitjs aguaption of tin paralleled power iimtY teat gQtcpflllS before IJ04 ihrongk Interneeint quarrels Syracn Teegram fnilnlgn2int subsidysealLreceive tine resolution tZ ark Itnnas Or pirntiltpMpsitioni mined to arhrakingi epaaztta put congress in cbqoofsuch that tbeJI throllgnIndtanapoll3 j- i DOOM OF DINGLEYISM Xanafnctnrcrn Sllk I ilK Foreign 3lakcotJl Are Ittsht Agalnst Irntcctloii The alternative now presented is Senatortthe Senate finance theeorunizutronreel proeitr dickers and will defeat any at tempt to procure the ratification of those now pending forhilieastern middle states He utulrni ably speaks for those who have pre vented the ratification of the pending defi them unless reeiprocitj republicans and demo oats can agree to pull together which jis not very likely The true democratic doctrine is that tariffs congrckI andficongress of its exclusive pretgative in the matters of raising revenue by the treatymale ire power or any other power ietrepugIuncut to the constitution nnd are no more to be tolerated than attempts in discharge any other constitutional treatyushould not join western republicans in ratifying timer pending treaties ptrsfstin rstifyfe Senntorlldrieh warns him agtiinst that course He assured the president that time National Asso elation of Manufacturers which re cently held a convention in Detroit iis merely an association of western makers of agricultural implements and that the real manufacturers of the country those rest of the Alle- ghanirs and north of the Potomac will make it uncomfortable for him iif he does not abandon reciprocity These rent manufsicturersrhave shown what they can do with Mr McKinlej lcmtr power to unsettle his settled convictions of duty once more But whipping him into line stain will rot end the matter Thousand of manufacturers are seeking foreign markets They see that Din llylsl1 h shutting the doors of those mnr hersl in their faces If they find they cannot unlock those doors by menus of reciprocity treaties they will shah tp secure dem Olrn tic assistance by attacking Ding Jeyisui directly in some such way a that proposed by Ilepresentative nub cock Mr Ajdrich declares that eastern republicans ore practically a unit ir ftvnr of maintaining the Dingley law amytattempt to modify its offensive pro visions which are shutting door against our products nut western manufacturers and many eastern ones inn are deter mined that the Dingle rates must come down if not In one way the in another If they turn to the demo crate party for rid they will win and neither manufacturing nor agri cultural interests will be slaughtered any longer In order to build up the private fortunes of greedy here ficiaries of Dingle lsm in Pennsyl vania and New England Mr McKinley may be turned aside oncemore from the path of plain duty but the war is on and Ding leyIsm is ddomed =Chicagp Chronicle Our IneoiiKrriKum Tariff Invrn If the national tariff law was drawn up for the sole purpose of raising revenue for the government and was based like other forms of taxation without discrimination for or against industries or indivmuals there would be comparatively no complaint As It is we have a tariff the iron schedules of which are made in the interest of but half a dozen individuals With the protection thus afforded these men hold up the prices of iron goods to American citizens in the Vnitetl States while the benefit of low prices is given to those abroad Thus we see a law having for itH ostensible object the upbuilding of American citizens converted into an agency to squeeze their pockets and resulting in the benefit of lower prices to the man living in France in England in Africa or al most anywhere so that he is not an American citizen Atlanta Constitu tion It is possible that the brutal hue tics adopted by advocates of protec tion for industries that have out grown any need or excuse for such taw vor for combines that arc paying div idends on hundreds of millions of fic titious capitalization may be able to prevent any reformatory aciion bj the Fiftyseventh congress We car conceive of no happier fortune for the somewhat demoralized and disheart ened democracy than to be endowed with the campaign thunder the po litical capital that will be in iSs hands if congress adjourns without having put away the flagrant abuses that are sheltered behind some of the schedules of the tariff of 1897 Washington Post The Dingley law stands like a club over foreign trade at every port under the American flag Whether it is German sugar or French wines 01 India silks or Chinese tea or Tapan ese matting we put a penalty upon every man who would like to do busi ness with us and part with the pro eeeiTs ofhis labor to Us that he may be fed with our wheat and warmer with oar ottoJ and wool nnd carried on aurf- 1iScfembtives anti bicycles It is we from whom tliu offense comes and if we want trade with Europe or Asia or South Amerta va must open oUr ports to fairer trade or else we Inn no moral right to i cjpmplam of reprisals PorlJand Oregonian I wer RELIABLE z R B BREVARD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED r ROOFING A SPECIALTY r flhiCXALfl IIUU1B MCI1 1LLt111KE1 1UCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSur-plus and Undivided Profits 20000 TermActssIectfullysolicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars 0 R CaehletC z Aast tHIOKMAN WAGON CO AHUFACTDKEKM etF THE CKLKBRATK r BJOZKm W4GlQ S aJC AN XENTUCKY VITILITJOIfII M RIILTI RIITIIIIls The weak nail string fcf Itki use if IIERVO TABLETS YSTroubles 4No matter how hopeless the cue may ae iq AsteJOilit and qalek re aM cults They IU P1 the Nerves Brain and Bleed with the JI1OIt wer ENaturalI Ity naturally and MeD Tablets are the product of the tetejt most1 akllKul and learned research in Srmanentlv Blau Theandarsee different from other remedies or the class 7 ltatrellppeveryLlyer Kidneys and Bowels cleAl1s1n SlAand at the same time tonic U every YENIheWOMEN strop and robust quicklyguarantee and Manl CotoImpotency Lest eed Tired FeeUnsr Sleeplessness Nervous Debility lads estla CeIIatltIeR Dizxlnesa tVltus Dance NnoulHeadache BackaclmeTreablingling flwabaesss Lest Power and slim SjwlHi ThouaandaIr money a cure not s PriceWetakesSatanisvillaSold by Cow llr 474 Cowgillj 1 ILaw Rats to Texas J tAtIntervals dur tripticketsto 1Qi+s fJtRot 1- i 1O i i tom Cairo an dLpointsIl I IArkansasJ Loui 5that TexaVand Oklagreatly I n t tes iif IItxadlenyeu war iq IO ttsl tadrwe r onePand what K wW off We wW also send yes teamIeIe fltatfretllllgf I1 L1rTre Crux tfr1tIUMi as1 1AStttirMa1 i Leaves Chicago at 630 p m daily VIATHC CHICAGOMiLWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 75Q am Minneapolis at 330 a m rile Only Perfict Train in the World a t I s iiR4- artL Kentucky State News OWENSBORO IS READY The UoollItoudadicers lerf ctciC Owensboro IcyTuly IGSSocretarr Richardson loottoadsi urrminforilthllugoodreactstvorcbeatsmile of road There are prospects ofa large attendance The conven Lion wllIb11tJcJ at the fair grounds spreadWednesdayIwro for all who attend The convention was called to order at the fair grounds by Dr J II Hick inan Tuesday morning at 10 oVloelc The invocation was delivered by lien Leslie Jl Hudson after which the election of a temporary chairman tad secretary took place The address of welcome was made by Mayor W 1 Small NOW IN JAIL Clnrrnrr SMii AVho Slew Tiro Men Yrum AiiiliiiMli AViiM Cii turr l- In Taylor County Lebanon Kj July 1C Clarence Shipp the 17yearold boy who two weeks mgr murdered Richard Horde anti Dave Men on Scotts Ridge by 1 tiring on them from ambush has lienwas brought to this place and is now in jail Kjnee time murder ShippI has been at large and a reward of 5130 was offered by the governor for his arrest oil conviction Jno Woodford and John Wright two Taylor county men arrested hits at the home of the young fellows relatives near Camp bellsville To a correspondent the boy murderer Monday said he did not k Ivekgot a good defense and my lawyer told me not to talkWit what het raid AMASS MEETING J MnyflcM CiflxriiN Will Make an Kf fur lu Seestrr Ur Pollee and hire Protection rJJ field Ky July 1GA large del egwtion of the citizens of this place assembled at the courthouse to take steps towards putting in a firstelasa fire department aid establishing a better police system The recent incendiary fires have caused consider able alarm among the business men and they have supplemented the mayors oflered reward of 200 more fur the arrest of any one caught applying sbnildiugs rkMcGeehee confectionery Monday morning The lire is supposed to hove been incen diary Loss 3000 partially covered by insurance SnmnKlotl Itacr Held TexinhrtonJKy Tl1lGLouhi ville excursionists to Natural bridge attempted to smuggle through a niui iily of beer Af tills point WUiant 1assenger Agent Morgan lucid the train and took from it several kegs of the beverage which wn Ikept here until the train iitnriud ul1 night Trutclitt Satesatnn tlca- llarroclslmiglyIiuIy IGJoln T Thomas tniveling salesman for the Curry 1Von1I mu are Coti dmm tie diet here Monday afternoon1 from typhoid fever He was well known throughout Kentucky and was pop ular Dernrii miKht Lancaster Ilnly IGOH lirakjs creek in this county Deputy Marshal CUcr capturedi Kim Duxarn wanted in Istell eouiity on a charge of kill jug a man innlecl tune last February Dearu escaped jail at Irvine in April An AnrtMm Mit Utriielrcd Owensboro Kj July lfi1he city council fuel the strict railway cori pany have reached an agrccmcnti tin cinnati expert street men arrived here Monday night and tie work of building time new railway and new streets will be rapid I Ruth feet Cut Olf Frankfort Ky July fsIVsGross hi old soldier 00 cusold was rundown by uplkengcrtlain on he Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad Monday morning and horribly man gird loth fret were cut off and lia left arm crushed Jim will die Suniiccfva Murderer Arrested olisillc Kyv July IGASbert Peoples the barkeeper who is charged vtlli having murdered Saul Snatla nil Italian was arrested here Monday itigbt at his home at Eighteenth and liinuesnil strectu Rattle QVor Crap Cittiic IIorkinsyilleJnly JGA i anw t of craps 4vaa1 raided by police Sun day night and Arthur Grayryas sc rrdiisly if rot fatallyrvonidcd after over 100 shots were exchanged Nine men were arrestctl felt to limit licntli- Wducah F Ky Tnjy iGHarry Kelly artcl J years while playing on rho lire eWjxsI of ihe Openi house mildII- 1tl dropped1i VJ jfiteV lie will hits- SleCren ry Cut U ttrred iid eoro Ky July 1Gt1lerntan jyJcCrearv alleged tobe the urdever of Joe ifaiud 1tg city marshal has men captured HeJs badly wounded Terribly 3lHtIlnte i Frankfort KTltly 10Xobcrt Gross a chair bottbmer wasrun over iiu twin ronday morning cutting tfaa term andb3thlcg Hevillihe e I u i i 1 1- t t n P INTERESTING FACTS Seven pounds of Americas flour will make as much bread as eight pounds of English flour Some historians say that the manu facture of silk was introduced into Spain by the Moors Only four widows of soldiers who fought in the American revolution now remain on Uncle Sams pension roll Seven years ago there were 13 Immature wood that is the wood of a tree which has not attained its full growth is said not to be so durable as the wood of a fullgrown tree Houses which are damp because of proximity to undrained land may be plantingtheWood is not generally well seasoned by a very high temperature If the heat is too great the moisture escapes very rapidly and the wood is liable to crackor split systemfromyenrGreatare the only civilized countries that have not adopted it Prescott being almost blind required ten years to prepare Ferdi nand and Isabella the Conquest ol Mexico required six years and the Conquest of Peru four OF THE BLOOD ROYAL The czar read many books but sel dom picks up a newspaper George III had the family taint of lunacy and for many years was ins saneEmpress Elizabeth of Russia was one of the stoutest women of her timeCharles Martel or Charles the Hammer carried a mace weighing 30 pounds The king of Siam wears what is probably the richest state attire of any reigning monarch The jewels worn on such occasions are valued at over 200000 When the dowager empress of Germany first came to the Berlin court it was remarked to Baron Hum boldt then an old man of 00 that the prince her husband deferred to her in everything Very properly sosreplied tine great scientist she is the wiser man of the two By a curious chance George time second son of the king of Denmark has reigned for a longer period over Greece than his father has over his native kingdom George having been elected king of the Hellenes in March 1SC3 while King Christian did not ascend the throne until six months later SEVERAL LITTLE MATTERS Georgia has a hypnotist who declares he can put a man on a bicycle and make him win a race in spite of himselfThe cut stones known are in the Temple of the Inn at Baalbec Ianyare more than GO feet long 20 feet broad and are of unknown depth- A white object can be seen at a distance of 17250 times its own diameter in strong sunlight that is to say a jvhie disc a fcot across can be seen tfioO feet away The new hospital at the University rf Virginia Charlottesville was opened on the anniversary of the birth of Mr Jefferson the founder of the institution Founders day will be ob served annually hereafter- A number of young filbert trees have been sent to the agricultural depart ment from Greece The nuts from these trees are the largest and have the finest flavor of any filberts the des partment has yet discovered and every effort is to be made to encour age their growintr TUB 3IAIIK12TS Cincinnati July 13 CATTLE Common 2 50 u 3 75 Extra butchers 4 S3 5 25- CALVESExtraI O 7 GO HOGS Select shippers t G 25 Nixed puckers 5 95 ft fi 15 SIlEIPIExtra 3 65 rte 3 GO LAMHS Spring 5 GO fa G 00 FLOUi Spring pat 3 70 y 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red m 65 COltX No 2 mixed ri 62 OATS No 2 mixedn 37 KYE Northwestern 511 IA1Ch timothy fl15 30 POItK Family o15 00 LARD Steam to 8 43 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 12Ya Choice creamery VT 1 ATPLES New per brl 2 00 fc 3 50 POTATOES New 2 75 cl i 25 TOBACCO New S 00rt13 511 Old rt1 7 17 Chicago LOURWin patent 3 30 3 JO WHEAT No 2 red fri 67V- No 3 spring CO iv G- CORNNo s 2 II 43 V- OATSXo2 fl 2- UYExo2 c 49j PORK Mesa 14 53 ji14 40 LARD Steam 8 03i g S 071jG New York FLOUK Win patent 3 55 u 3 S- O1V1i1iATNo 2 red C t 7ihCORN No 2 rived MOATS 1 No 2 mixed 6tiiRYEWestern it SGVi PORK Family 16 OOlGrrj I LARD Steam r S 90 WHEAT No Ilnltlinore 2 red 7lIII 72 I Southern GO 72Vi UltNo 2 mixed eo 50 J i t OATS No mixed= n 3t CATTLE llutcherj 5 23 j 50 HOGS cs erntG Gri G 73 j LoUllleI1 1 W1fEATo 2 red i cJ G2 CORN Mixed u r OATS Mixed i r 3= 3ORK Mess 01450 LAIIUSteamy V4 a a S50 r tmidlsnapolia A WnEA1Xo y2 red i fit G- 3On 1o2llataed 40N Fttt OATSXo dimmed c 321fJ2 JI13 7 3 f 3 3lco S III g++ ++++ ++ +++++ + +++++++ ++ tM1 +++ ++++++++++ Get What You Ask For i + SIX MILLION BOXES 1j JZ to + LD LAsT YEAR OUR BEST TESTIMONIAL tf+ + I E t BEST BOWELS t THIS IS u4 t THE TABLET blllowaeabudr beadache Indlccmtlon plmplo pa1rlJ after rating liver trouble sallow corn 4 plexion and dizziness When your bowel don r move mtularly you ore dleusestogetbemaIIyou will never get well and be well all the tI 4auntll you put your bowel + right Take our advice tart with CAS CA1lJT todayt under aato cure or money refunded + 163 ++++ + ++ + ++ +i An Rinphtitlc Touch The man who lives in a flat and is often annoyed by the violent piano playing of his otherwise agreeable neighbor of the floor dayThatelcint carpet bcntor Vhy asked hiE wife Ob he has the regular carpet beaters touch replied her Kwband N Y Times JVery Alrlah bteJtipartment Tnen just step over to the dudish floor isjust CarrieI played tor Mr Graham for selectionbesideyoullbelieveluiu IU say IU 1IIC hcrBuston eAn Unkind CutTcDo you think tbIut of my skit pretty oureallvtJesslies theyWc ethetadvmaTrnajohnnroriteitherBostoni r A mans straggle with his hair doesnt begin until he gets bald a womans begins as soon as tbe it old enough to handle a curling iron Atchinn Globe vkeepyourttA than i1 never so wretched that lie for- geta his bdhlbitsAtchom Globe j d j ABSOLUTE I SECURITYI 4 I i Genuine 7 aIlLe ri Jsr w Little L oft Pill- sr Fi y fear Signature of 4SUPacSIuc Wrapper Below Toryamnll KMntieti9 fto take eiAlsttI r CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS 4 a r3 FOIL 1EADACNEI FMUZ2WESJ irORIILIOUSKESS 14 I FO1t TBHP1D LIVER FC LCk1TIPATION- Fort ftAlLOW SKIM FH NECOMPLExioN IJI tsasi4 iwrasrisruR II CURE SICK HEADACHE s it A fI0 f AY CASCARETS Cad Cathartice they art always put up in +Blue metal Box our trademarked longtailed Con the cover 4each tablet stamped C C C Never sold in Bulk Imita +tions and substitutes are sometimes offered by dealers OPJO +Ucut prices and try and palm off fakes fohen CASCA +RETS are called for because the fake pays a little more profit Get the genuine CASCARETSand with it salts +faction or money refundedread guarantee belowr la Y4 4 i rS iL FOR AND LIVER t absolute- ausrnntoe Tess J JOc 50c BU- LKDRUGGISTS TEED TO CUBES Five year ago the lit box of CAS aLCAKErB wasVoId7 l t over six mlliron boxes a year xreater than any imtlar medicine to the world ThU U ubolutefroof ofirroat Merit unil t1w onr best tUmoaal We have fttlth absolutely TCuarunterd to cure or money refunded Go buy today two SOc bot e Cite them a faIr honest trial us Ter slmple and if you are not satlfed 1 toafterUS by mall ar thrdrn ism from whom yon purchased 1Q and get JODr money back for both bocs TUkeouradvlceDo matterwbat aU youstart today +health will qalcuy follow and you will bebe day you otstarted the usa- orCASCA1 LT iookfr cby mall Adai bUYWlaSMCO5 rrClokap + ++ ++ 5if ++ X WINCHESTERNEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS outshoot all other black powder shells because they are made better and loaded by exact machinery with the standard of powder shot and wadding Try them and you will be convinced ALL + REPUTABLE DEALERS + + THBMJJ Going to the Pan American Exposition If 5G you wart tq rcomfortably and ace Soete thlag aid Icara tomctUlDK going tad eonlsr Tot do hats It Kin be best 16 have your ticket meted trom ClnciynUl ont the C Ut D Jtallway golnt via DttreJt tbroatl1CcdA fffl1 5 English Rays and customs sad steins S1gars Fills ca route and Ujou like the watcrlcotuc back Iahe Great Late Yourrallwiiz ticket via this Jlae gives Ton the prlfKeci of clianKlnc your rontraad coming back via the 1Afe Edt StMrarr to Toledo or Detroit U- rI desire to do to wltbout extra costa J HMcGnEGOn TP A XASRtitU Trxs- S L TAItKOlTT 1 A ATLAHTX GJ OB DGEDTTAia PHftllltnTnIc XastgtT CISCIXXATJ O on rf dtMbnitr BdTndonho d PIrWlIW0t1d tit arU t senlre LAWS FREE Ln XtCtttUKK twJQadutl Ui 11ntlrtoe D G tnpntliy V nofljlegal PfartP besides M Jolla fl dmcHeithtuuk TeFarwutitCa iU x SaetGoeghfm 1Y1ood rse j 25c 4NEVER SOLD IN GUAKA owlt dlreetloaa brands KEEP 01 TIllS PAPIIR V ffREADERS TO BUY ANYTHING IN Lil4N ITN COLUMNS IlAVLa IY ASK FOR REUSUG- I ALL SL11STrrUTES Olt Iln1TATION8 I Live Stock Cuts StoekiCuteSpecimtslookA X KELLOGG lIaWS1AIJm 0 f 336 Wet 11ftlt S rect UncuDutl O TREES bestbyoTat17 YEARS WPAYWeeL1STARE I IyEDUCATIONAL VoJ teas Chartered 1801 Lyserpllwrfatslt AN R 1874 tt Ilti RITINO TO AERTINeli11 tllllr tkt 1 treattp tit yaps Z I s tt s ti Iri a 741i r + w f 1 l w I 4- t J fi r v u r A VALUABLE TREE fir A man in North Carolina was selling valuable timber walnut trees The man who was buying came to one very handsomeee The owner did not sell but Bentfortexperts He got 1500 for the tree curled walnut as it stood 3Oooforjtou tow York and veneered one sixth to half an inch The sale were watched Tha trees product brought i 60000 NOW IS THE BEST TIME To have your Babys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot and the Baby is not fretted and my prices are made to suit For u short time I will wake six Platino Pnoto graphs for OneJXJUir SlOO that would be cheapAt TWO Dollars Dont miss this chance Extreme cure will be taken to pleasemy patrons Kemenber the place ROSEDALE the Photographer W NIG MAN EXCURSION f Wickliffe Democrat Notwithstanding tho heavy rain on the river last Friday the excursionists report having spent u pleasant time to Hickmau and return A good many who bud prepared for the trip staid at home on account of the rain The ex cursionists very much regret that they could cot accept the kind reception intended for them by the good people of Hickuiau This excursion establishes the fact beyond question that tho good peopl of the country can have picnics and excursions without dancing revel ry and dissipation I HORNBEAK 1901Miss hyIissrelatives and friends here this week 3Ir Dan Burton and family moved to Tiptonvillc Thursday Miss Annie Barker of near Ilickman is visiting her aunt Mrs Lou Ann Gateso baby girl made her appearance at the home recentlyThelargecame iu Saturday afternoon and called them for evening service Weight 800 gOOflinthisvjclnitMADAM GRUXDY DEAD WOOD OYKRUOA III New York Journal Din The Democrats of Ohio have got to gether and prepare lo wrest their State from the grasp of Hanna The various factions without which no party in Ohio would be complete luive composed i their differences snffcieutlv to unite upon n platform and a ticket The jif platform wisely drops the Kilkenuy cat issues upon which the Democrats t7 f ine thetnselvesforlive problems of the present ThejOhio Democracy uever was in a better bust 1 awayitsbeginning of a long career of honor and power KISSED BY THE SUNSHINE OF SUCCESS WHICH BRINGSt J HAPPINESS ErGoveruor Robert L Taylor will soon be a landlord of considerable wealth The last two years out of poli tics have been balmy days when you are kissed by the sunshine of success which brings happiness with the Gov ernor to use his own words He has made inorey and plenty of it by lemur i InOxviJJHt4erected in the uorthwestern portion of the city which he will rt lit HvstaUK that he will invest Iris money in real state and improved property in tho fu ture The new residences are of the governor two of them and writing his new lee tnie The Old Plantation J HUGE CANDY HOAX Chicago Telegram to the Philadelphia Press t I want 500 onepound boxes of candy to be delivered to the young women of tlpe Chicago University said u well dressed young man to one of the big confectioners the other day surprleddiBpeJohn D Rockfeller Jr replied the young mIlD Send the bill to the Auditorium Hotel Nine other confectioners received similar orders When the candy began to arrive Dr Draper was surprised to receive it The candy was njarked For the Girls Take it away cried the doctor Ill take any donations of money or proper ty candyThere at the Auditorium Thepolice are looking fort joker THE GREAT DROUTH s CROPS SHORT AND SOME IlACEH h RUINED I No matter how much rain may fall the cora and other crops in 19 States r and territories will be cut short some t places bUt crop some one fourth and r a in some if rain does not conic within t t tke iiMxt week ruin will prevail To iic be Rre general rains even yet might bring the general average up to half H crop for in gome avored localities time IjnuiwiMare pretty good yield The t Sims feted by the drouth isclude JBi uM Illinow Wfeconsin Minnesota Iewa Mieairi Kaftucky Tennessee af AiliaMiii iiiinipri LquWaiw Ark CNti booa Kwwai iNebwaka Soath f = Dfthte North Dakota Colorado and 1 t sr ii 7i III i I 4 v- T i1 J H I u w MRS LILA BRYAN DBAD Mrs Lila Bryan wife of uiz=Ham Bryan died at tie family y home East Hickman Monday nlgh last and was buried TaesJay evening the Rev J H Evans conducting the funeral obseqttie The deceased was a yio ini 0f that dread disease consumption and teTng afflicted her death was not unexpect ed She was u modest viimiable pure young woman add a sincere member of the O Church Sh flan lion orable upright devoted young husband borne down with sorrow and to him and other relatives sincere sympathy extended IMPORTANT For the next 30 days we will otter a Line of Fine Surreys at 11100 IPW than regular price and op Easy TriiH We are over stbcced on the goods E E REEVES tCO Hickinm Ky GOOD ROADS MACHINE COMPLETE A FAILURE II Mayor Lang Street Inspector Utter back Road Supervisor Johnion and other repieientatives who attended the Good Roads convention have returned from Hopkinsville where the West Kentucky Good Roods convention was held They report the road machine operated for the delegates by the com completofailurewanted to bring their machine ere but that he told them it would bo of no countyMayor sent out from Hopkiusville that he tried to get the Good Roads train to come to Padu cah was false and that Jie made no such attempt Paducah News tTinHer Here Mr C E Smith thu 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 BRKYABB King Must Keep Palace King Edward cannot sell Osborne house and an authoritive denial has been made that the place is for sale As was cabled a few days ago there was a iutin order to give it to his daughter an a wedding present- It appears that there is a clause in the possessionthrone The King was anxious to sell because of its inconvenient location and the enormous amount of money it took Majestyhasyen in Great Britain with a view to breaking the clause in his mothers will After a long invitfJation H was decid ed impossibleU the King that the munificent otter of ar Ameri CUll millionaire for the purchase of OM borue has been regretfully declined but suggestedLoudon BRYAN DEMOCRAT BOLTERS The Democrats ofOhio met in regu lIar State Convention nominated what is reported to be a splendid ticket for Governor and other tate officers The platform was conservative old tie I reoIgard to State issue but the platform did not reaffirm the Chicago or Kansas City platforms and voted down a reso lutiou endorsing Bryan Only 5 yates ont of 900 were cast in favor of Bryan The spirit of the convention seemed not I to be to condemn Bryan but to get I away front free silver and other issues BryanLdetsocraL9i I satirffedII vention to meet in Columbus July 31st to nominate an independent State ticket Either element of democrats isfpUy able to defeat the other for united tney would have little enough chance to beat the Republicans in that State Mr Bryan advises Ohio democrats to support the State tickets but make their tight on the DLiieEUR JEAN DE BLO K ilYN AJIEKICAJi IX EVENT gf WTEM1 1lOWEK OCEANIC gAlt l I I America could starve Europe into leanly submission in thjeeveiitof a great transoceanic war said Jeaa De Block to a London correspondent The distinguished Russian military expert is leaving LoudoDaftera eru sof brilliant lectures delivered there on The lili tary lessons on the Boer War Con tinuing his interview M de Block said- Americasfntare like that of Ger many lies on the water Whenever It clashes with a European power the cope test will resolve itself immediately into a war of commerce In my opinion America will require only a great fleet of fast crnuera in order to terminate hostilities speedily in UK favor The United States Ran never be dislodged from its position as tAe great provider of Europe nee itiei ot life The mere defeat ala Europeaa I squadron would bring to the United I states little advantage since it has no thing to fear from such am aRwilant When American craiecrs began systemS atically to patrol the shores of Europe It woaldbe a matter of weeks or uocthfl only when Europe otd tlnd it vitally uecessary those for peace A Pr Kltseaatwe ILatIYMrJiBLo 4oa bec u e he could iiotd eet him food Early YtHIef Dr Kiugs New LifeJPilte ou1d18 atieE Wlli They streiiihhe ai 1I i lMcklfIiet lA Cwgilldritt gIMm i t- tY S t t r p = = = i r CUT PRICE SALE t c InFarriishinjr Goods Department Everything in this line must be sold preparatory ach1 io3 in our bruinsto I UNDERWEARj rUe f c PANTS IiATft 101l u SUSlfNOORS Hosiery if Shirts I iaTsI l t N Je t4 5 UNDERSHIRTs GOING FOR ONLY 19 II 35 UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS for 27 r p fFrr50cI I I t 1f 39 A0 cent Sox for 1 7c ccent Ladies and Missar Hose for I IIISc 8e50cIIIiriI41u50eI 39nonlV Itfl 0 otJcBQyli HeJi j II ar It 198Ogb borderedHtndkerchief3aI i goatsold S4e legins today and will until August 15th 1901 Terms continueII T CI NAYLOR I li l STOREII I EiI E F tieShortest Route to Texas jOne reason why travelers to Texas go f Tvja Cairo sad the ri I 88Ii t BAKERY ANt- CONRECTJIlNERY FBESN IEtCOHFECTIIKEfllESI CLINTONTREBI I I rrK1C I TTlephoniLXsriTviiJT re10- j racrv j O cE EKERVi ne iPowell Blockvplinton St HMIHR 1u r j o4iLe Grnctry Stock o J J C pwd3prt MlIt 11d1 Ip kaas JIiulfJa0oodp- J beieWrI1wr JdW 4- t I +1 MGllixl4 u1 Fi1Nf1 OT111 taaee a Biggy to order I Repair er 3 tRt yotU old oae- 1LL eJII1mIUORSJ31ASPECIALTY- Th I 4 1 t euo feel tkis is t year tfrterwi oyes lark 1 J 3 I I i Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorterII jhsufa ther routes fe lfhit saving In distance 21 makes a corresponding sav a t ing Intime I Cotton B lt tnlns any Pullman SUfpert it night Pallor Cafe Cats dariftg the day and Free Chair Cats both day and night Write and tell us where you are going and when you will leave and we will tell you the exact cost of a ticket and send yeu a complete I p schedule for the trip We will alsoII send you an Interesting little hock A Trip to T cnsiiI it Alai T Pl Urt L IlIIWMfIiPTl IIII i I I I Have You Noticed I1 I I The amount of fine Buggies and Harness that E E Reeves Uo have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and see see them It will surprise you but if you will call anti look tit his stock of Buggies and Harnesss you will understand why it is so they are uptodate in everything in that line and sell them at the very lowest prices Call and see us at Hickuiau E E it Reeves Got While M i THrned Yellow XJreat consternation was felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Leringtou Kyi when they saw ho was turning yellow His skin slowlyI changed color also his eyes and he suuVired tDrrtblv I His malady w is Yellow Jaundice lIe was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Elect rfu Bitters the wonderfultI Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes After taking two bottles I tI was wholly cared A trial proves its I matchless merit for all Stomach Liver laud Kidaey trembles Only floe at CowgUl It Cowgills I TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga fc St Tennis Railway proposes to use its best tHorts to induce u hood class of immi krauts to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention ManufacturingSite solicits the support the cooperation mid the assistance of the people of every pasThoall persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale toIthe prices and terms of sale The prices must correspond with till prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling laud to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted T B KILLEBREW Industrial and IinmiirnUion Agent II F SMITH Tralfi Manager NASHVILLE rEN N WHEN SWINGS ALONG settlehordinary substantial sultry various interest tel11Pt1inNicely Finishes Oak Chamber Suits Only Gents Rockers Solid Oak STEPHENS SMITH Intgr aH Jll suskFooil 1eDHEARD OF INTER lcO AL STUCK T1EEL ll Itisilloiu gauMnute toes do ulainied fur nnuoy will refunded 1uw the Spring approaching and system undergoes change Wo will lengthen this advertise hut for tho 519 will the EKXATfOXALSrO BJUH ovar 1S3 Colored Engravings cost upwards S3 00000 pro luce by Gy contains description and engravings different breeds horses and poultry contains Illustrated Veterinary Department will save practical retorenco all International Stock get package you from personally- J GIG Troy Jlickraan Ky Siiaws Da aStor will proiot attention J J 1is I- ItJRKIN U UnA OFFICE AT BANK CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here stay Nobody appreciate you patronage more pleasure try fug please you than old reliable barbers HROWELL y IK DAVIDSON x Den1istvKENTUCKY Office Cowgills Brut HTon II P Ilrinlfy Juc ZSumtrtt BENNETT R EMLY ATTORNEYS ATLAW practice nil Courts especially the Courts Ilickman and coun ties Mr Bennetts office will remain Clinton and Mr Ilickman She Didnt Wear u Musk But her beauty was completely hidden by sores blotches and pimples till she Buckltns Arnica Then they vanished well Eruptions Son Ulcers Carbuncles and Filons from Infallible for Scalds raid Piles guaranteed 25c Cowgills Jr JULY x And the Fourth isl closed incident 1 down the antI its the ideas that inter est those that administer comfortthat help to magnitate the midsummer weather Its be a bargain carnival in the home furnisiiing nledsin all the furniture needs and every selling day in July this Store for what will July buyers and then its the clearance season L rge Arm L oM A M YOU HAVE 11 NT FOUD STAVE You P witivl j If it nut what is it yoar he Is time to use it as is your horses a not mont next days give INf 3K illustrated with Large that i to Book is 9M in of of cattle sheep a Finely It you hundreds of dollars as a book This book tells about Food You it with a of food jf buy insidoof A MCCLURE eve 1 f QrdersLeft at roioivo I 8 tAN tiTS F fc M L f r u to will or take in to WP R U CALDWELL WILL DR8 HfOKMAN over Cowgill W J = =r Will in of Fulton at Keiuleys in used Salve as as Fever Boils its use Cuts Corns Burnsl Cure at to to to each at that is of hogs 520 days me 1200 Cobler Seat Q W1551 INSURE IN THE 1 urruI A 1111IU 1 1 IHrl LIVE mumI JU1 NEWARK NEW JEP3 nol Eitabhshel in 1 lftlI Toe sixcm ad I vantages of a policy iu thtf mutual Ben alit ary l lI ANNUAL DIVIDENDS VY- III IJgiunin with Second year which nuns be used to rwluca jpremirIna or in pulf If a I spociliud uUilI gru ludly ilimiuishinjrajje 2 CASH LOAN Available at any time niter two years premiums have been paid J L ntJ I1Y JiJ- a j As to residence travelur occupat- iOn after two years I 4 INCONTESTABLE Aftci two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EPIC1ARY G WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SURERllI After having failed to pay tho pre mium tho insurance will bo continued j pci two years premiums have been paid I IAllI thistakon in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends coldI mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind i CONIt VLCgU of its worth SPECIMEN I SiredlDformaI T TYLER AGTI IRioort Cough hiCII IAthousands have been restored and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It atiilictcd with any throat or lung trouble giy it a fair trial for it is sure to prove eheficiul Coughs that havo resisted all Qtlcr trpattuent for yearjjj have yielded to this rempdy and perfect li ilti beau restored Cases that swmcxi hope Jes that the qlimato qf famous health- resorts failed to 1 benefit have been per inuustly onrod by its use For sale by Cogw ill Cowgill druggists REM A KKABLE WOMAN Brooklyn Eagloj r Mrs Locker iis a remarkable woman isnt she Yell she certainly makes a good many remarks l j f J A tew