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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n- r4 J il 11I Y J r trJIIFt fri i HICKMA y JOURIEBJ a j Et Y f Ii iti 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WEST RN KENTUOKY 4 C Li c J X Jy ESTABLISHED 1859 HiCKMAN FULTON COUNTY AUGUST 23 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 39 OJ I A I l 4 rnral J p 11 1r j jt H r1 g f tr I t t 2 tL 0 It r 1 6 I c f lfIt r flA1 i f r It t s coldI Facts tn rfJ I S t J Er Of Hot Weatbe 0Io c- j f- 1t L ifcT Gila room for New Goods8 Co closcj erred lutSf0 cloan upI r fstotik5We6ffcrextrrtvaluoin W I t ta ns Percales and War h I f bpCSrIfI I I + wdMVyr aa u allu M i le al pee1 yswnwhl feinI f a e e 1 ash Ji 7IrtJ Go0 is to w1Lieli ll A i i n t r n Y c v p r a a IU LOT NO 1 I JJargbIj i3Hte ures stripes and dots also TjLutk nUv wul now LUte grounds withstripesfignres atfdaoUP fj Former prJce7 and Be T3f lose J xtJXJ J t A LOT NO4 2 X t t JJ2 in Batiste and Dimityu white grounds rf with black blue and colored figures Alsol black grounds with white figures J t l e ajj I 1 are in v G D tl a 7i8 q c II L G L J I t Ida visited Union City diet week Mrs Julia Pelhani Fulton vis lug Miss yey Cheek Fnltou visit ing friends this week t GovBeckham and wife were blessed with little girl The Steamer City was sunk near Paducah and 17 people Brown List week Chas and Dave Maddox kit night to attend the State college WO Johnson Ferd and W Ji yi iiI r Y4 I LOT 3 32 in Dimities and Batintoe In nil colors ClpsurY lOc oc j91 4Iaa J rn tripe Mulls and SheerII 2e S I t LOT NO5flarge assorrmont of Lacas in nIl vuunoesII from lJo ipc1ws ifutjhut sold aflnd IOe JWJ r HW to J 1 Er We Headquarters for everything DlyGoods 0 Ii and Gents Furnishings l psOle agentsr for the celebratedI Corsets 2S V c I MiR 811 ASONStt F isjj If I h- q j f 1t c t ae fF 1 1 I 1 r II J nr 1 0vr H i W iftt J J 1 WiIs s s0 1 rrFI r lfl U BBE1ITIESj0I4h1NTE1tTT0tLTjj 1 Miss Shupbach in of is r in Hickmau 1 of is IJickinany Aul10Ga in a of Golconda t Monday drowned Kywn4Saunders Monday Lexington Berendes J anescurSeon PtPleaiantvisitingDi ChristisuattcUl1uncooth ll- J G i l j J tfyi1I v- I OM I fI j I J f I I I i il jt- jL 1 Mme tiINO to t IC j t Elysian anclpatrnrnsPror J T I j i f A 1 A nt f VPiur I oW I L j J JiI 1 i v i nw h gP t J 11 RileyArkorders the Courier sent to him Gall and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAVVS The Dickson Normal College with Wade Logins Principals assisted by a strong faculty will open a new andcontinuothe best schools in the State Send for catalogueOne the men bitten by a mosqUito yellowfever thotcStsI pcrI1 yellow fever rules8232tKing Edward is at Homburg and the habitshoaasPrince tothesure of water How did we manago to live before we had a cable lintRandleman have returned home They called on the Courier t Master Clint was in grimaces CourtthusEmbroideriesExcellent4W 2o t r d r i s c i 7 ffi t JIN w l M r+ Of 400 school teachers recruited fromr servicetnometiithe before boarding the transport sixty suc firstfewonoI marriagoccrI EARLY FALL STYLES SHOESTHESTOBEYRICE NAYLOB InspechastorD partment to inspect tho several mu petitioned for from Hickman The spection is to bo made between Sept and roadshai thefarmerslet ftdailyto the roads conLionTho great gold robbery in San Fran Outthero carryingover off k of one man Ho was arrested on su cion Strong circumstantial evide of his guilt was accumulated He has plwheresmelting works and it has been recov ered Launindry you 25 per cent on Collars and Cuffs Shoe Store RICE S XAYLOR k j ++ w KISSKSf BY FORCE tc r Six IndiinlGirls Commit O- scularylaltaud Battery ta 4 Their ie 01 a Lady Like fro ligTusic Teacher Yi110aS d ofpaYJtl11 LIpS Itlr1111vc lv I11c1 1 Ub0- Six 0lie best known young v5 eii of Taswell Ind law iolent hands upon Robertposs in the main street of tfifctown and kissed hun untillhg cried for met cy Soon afterwards the girls weitc j arrested at b11 in stance oft victim and held for trial oil the charge of as jBtteryl1 l 1rlscon1 fi ture was hrouglit UDoutj 1 1a boast which lie made at several sc cinl gatllciri gs recently that he had lu Wbeen kissed by a tihonlaui fHe of the prst while virgin lips is a music teacher a tout 30 years old The maileri in which he claimed 1J distinction Offended his heaters and arous ed tho feintline pride of the six bellesvlio who were the 1 riiicdpalsfn yesterdays escapade TJiey decided to warlay atHI hurl him from his PaTheir portimity came yesterday Afternoon when they enQoiiftered Foss in the husinp s- Jr th own ati 1 rtztl ml wKG r let 11 c t consid 1 lie number of peo pee abroad including some of their friends who had been letj into the secret They made a concertedat tack aild ill spite of Ili protestations i covered him with kisses Foss struggled1 vainly to free himself hut his tormentors were merci less When he was finally lib erated los with flaming cheeks rushed to the justice office and swore out warrants a piratorsThe gaveIbond for their appearance TINE NEW AIllSHIL Probablythe most remarkable scientific event of the past month is ti trial of the new airship invented by M SantosDumont a young Brazilian now iu Paris He succeeded in driving his airship ten miles in fortyone minutes and proved during the trial that ho had ship perfectly under his control and could guide it and steer in any direction at will FULTON COUNTY TEACHERS DupreeIrenoNannie Brown Pearl McGchee Gussio NicholsTaylorSue Kaincr WardiuBrownLibertyF W Roach EdmonstonLupy Hargrove sleRash CreekII H Hall Cayce W C Underwood YadgitteeSimmonsNettio Stahr 1VilscndiHazel DellOgle Leet Walnut GroveA L Scott FairviewH M McMullen SherrottLauluMcDearmonWatson WisemanncaNugentLodgton WoodlawnMrs Barber SycamoreL Fletcher Clark Jas Townsend Stubbs Miss Bono Graves Edna Wiseman JourneyNewRock Spring Berdie Saunders t J 1p m V V rr 1 1 I 1 I E1RE3B IiI i ll r i t 5A BEAUTIFULI PICTURE rHGIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY t 1 2OO WORTH OF tj t IJ e I 1 GOODS AT kr PiSIatJatJCLV l t DEALER IXj f 1 FUJlb h tS i pRY GOODS GENTS U 5 NISHINGS SHOES HATS r AND PANTS J iI I tel AT BUCHANANS OLD STAND iVI l lJ 111 r11 j 1 0 v F F rO rv f fii3 LYDIA SHELDON GOALDER At rest 1 LYDIA SHELDON Got LUFR Saturday morning August 17 boo tween the hours of nine and ten oclock the Angel of Death bora trom our midst a fair sweet spirit to place it in the Fathers home bYdiseasemany virtues and Christian graces could have so matured lint those who knew opinionsj promisestoa loving devoted sister There seems silentlybackdear memory away in the heart aud to leave her alone with the Angels Arch angels and all the company of Heaven A choice bravo spiritamong them nu- niilGtoo d stQ n littl itiltl for sli tJ1 Teachers Insttiute The Teachers County Institute of sessionspassed following resolutions Be it resolved First That we extend our thanks to the Board of Education of Hickman College for the use of their comfortabl- building during the past week Second That we arc grateful to tho citizens of the city for the many courto I sits that tao been shown us Third Wo extend onr hearty thanks to those who so kindly assisted in the evening sessions in music and lectures Fourth Wo wish to thank Prof McDougle for his invaluable work I which has been so inspiring and glenwith such sincere earnestness Filth We heartily endorse the ac tion of the Committee on Text Books for their judicious selection of the books ts countySixth body wish to thank Supt Wilson our retiring leads for his zeal and untiring energy in tho upbuilding of the educational interest in our county BARBERtCEMMA LEE DEUPKEE 0031I I II LOULA C RAMAOK DAN WEBB ARRESTED 1Mrs1 Dan Webb the negro who it is beliovV ed assaulted Mrs Hawkins last week a at Jordan this county a report of which was pubishcdin last weeks Cou rier was arrested Wednesday at Jor dan Ou Tuesday night the house of Mr Alec Hnddleston who lives on a Arch Brevards place was broken open 2 and robbed of some clothing and other articles Suspicion pointed to Danv Webb and when arrested the missing l clothing was found in his possession and also some jewelry belonging to Mr J McCall rho citizens telephoned to 1 Doppty Sheriff Geo Carpenter swhi It oria7ioclt c7ltoar autiff possession of the prisoner All tho cir curnstances make it appear that ho was W the person who assaulted Mrs Hawk ins r Tho pistol which was taken from Mrs Hawkins in the assault was found in Webbs possession When confronted with these facts he made a full con fession of the whole affair jailoTENNESSEE RIVER BRIDGE One spau of tho Tennessee river bridge tho now steel bridge that is being constructed was washed down by Itho drift and rising flood in the Ten nessee and hence direct through trains fo Nashville discontinued The tight train from Hickman runs only to Me Kenzie whon the passengers are taken on the L d N via Guthrie to Xashvillft on about the same time and at the same cost The day train goes to op posito Johnsonville where passengers regularII continue about two weeksf 4A1 4 A t w t A Ly SHAW i f 1Has all Kinds of 8 4 I 4 h4 i+ 4 1 G t OCEII IE t4- L TlT TttT T fi e K A i n Y rn Err r JNI 1- I 1- r 1 We are Offering IBARGAINSI1INI 11- i Were 250 2 and 150 i Now Go at 75crBOYS KNEE PANT SUITS Were 58350an c1 2501 Now go at 3 52w0 and 165 Ladies Shirt Waists y White and ColornlI Leivlist IIIn 215O go at 25c to 125 IInot II Big Line of 1 1 I I 81i Lawns Dimities a Wash Dress Skirts I Fancy Silkr Parasols j At reduced prices atIIt I I 1 H Ij BALTZER DODDSII rI v r- I PHILLIPStI Have the best Folding Bed in the market It saves space in a small room is attractively finished and orna invitinglienwant one at a small pri- ceRemarkable Ip Pieces in Chairs i r We offer some remarkable pieces in Chairs remarkable for f Elegance Durability Comfort Low Price 1 t rf V COME AND SEE THEM l LEDFORD RANDLE I Groceries Fresh Moats t Hardware Queensware4 Kay Oats Bran Lime and Cement III VeCDrryeverythingusually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please our customers I Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered a+ A GREAT NEWSPAPER The Sunday edition ot The St Louis Republic is a marvel of modern news paper enterprise The organization of its news service is worldwide completed m every department in fact superior to j that of any other newspaper The magazine section is illustrated in dainty tinted colors and splendid half tong pictures This section contains F more higkotaae literary matter than any r of the MWthly magazines The fash l JOBS tratedin natural colors arc te peciaUy valuable to tbe ladies li Tke entered comic section is a genuine t laugh waker The funny cartoons are bytit4t inset artists The humorist storMsrehlgh class by authors of na tional repmtaittoo Sheet music a kSgkclass popular song furnished free every Sunday in The Republic l The tree of the Sunday Repubhc by mil one year w 1200 For sale by all Rai i3 rs Vii r- rt I 4- R I r I fiII Their Secret is Out All Sadievillo Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast improve ment in the health of Mrs S P Whit taker who had for a long time endured untold suffering from a chronic bronchial trouble Its all duo to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little grand daughter of a severe at tack of Whooping Cough It positively cures Coughs Colds LaGrippe JJron cliitis all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Cowgills drug store Harse Jiliae Barber Shop inane new Laclede JHofel where can be found good barbers polite and ready id serve yen Good work clean towels kMRnapn Well try to please you 1 JSCx J lH HICKS tJ aw i BIvi l1J 0 1t 1 f tu sp = I CAT BITE CAHaES DEATH 1 Dublin Ind Aug 15 Miss Ella McQuiston 54 year of age of Liberty died poisoning I ed yfr01Ued her in the face and sunk its teeth deep into her ntln The wounds were cauterized and gave little trouble until they resulted in blood rcqisoni ing 6 Ji THE TREAT HABIT P Americans spend1 175 ODUUOU a year on hooks lWwspaporsThil i a Jationshow that we are a ifterary nation On the other hand Americans spend 1 251000 loOtOOOOD1 I stimulants nearly as ll Bull a yoarforhabit his much to do with this HAS LIVED 118 YEARS Carthage Ill1 Aug JIG Mrs Eliza Stothir of Paoria county mother of William Carflhagee1H wo1JllanI eolett Ibrated her one hundrcfLud pieighteenth birthday August 1 71901 She was born in j rOlnmnIjbers the lays of Washington tike claims to have seen leo Washington tine remem bars clearly the exciting tines of the war of 1812 WATER VALUABLE AS DRINK IIf you do not accustom yourself to drink water reg I manly you are liable to have the waste products tif the body foam faster than they arc removed if Great weak ness and languor on rising generallydue these waste products and the remedy is to drink a tumbler ful of watereither 1 1hotI or etiringfhis1 1 process during the night and leaves the tissues fresh and strongready for the active workof the next daYl LIMEWATER FOR TilE STREET An English physician 1 writing to a medical journal suggest that the use orMime water prepared fresh for I watering streets 1 n hot weather would prove to be a I practice productive of sani tary comfort The advanta ges claimed for the practice are said to be those first of aggregating together loose I particles of refuse and thus preventing their being diffused by the wind second of exercising certain anti ceptic action third of preserving wood paving and fourth of rendering wood less slippery t RATHER TAlL The Malvcrn TimesJour nal edited by Claude Mann Formerly of Union City prints this yarn The hor rible news is reported to us cou1ityfar1ner corn stalk to see how the corn was getting along and now the stalk is growing faster than the boy tail climb down The boy is plumb out of sight Three men have undertaken to cut down the stalk with axes to save the boy from starving to death but it grows so fast they cant hack twice r11 the same place The poorilhoy is living on nothing but tall corns and has already thrown dovIi over busliels of cobs I l i 7 HOW TALL r ARE YOU you dont knowcome in to see 1F us and well put you under the InternationalHeight Measuring Deviceand to the fraction of an inch v v v v Incidentally well show you the International llinei o I samples comprising over six hundred of the nobbiest and newest patterns for Mens Falland Winter clothes I 15he International I andCurChicago XXX is the largest and most reliable tailoring concern in the world The clothes it makes fit perfectly and cost little Lct us send in a trial order for you and we know youll always wear INTERNATIONAL garments thereafter H C AMBERG HOMESTEADED COURT HOUSE Leslies Weekly The traveler over the Kan sas prairie finds many towns that once had water works systems now containing only a doen people The fir plus are sticking out of the buffalo arbee I i 1prairidogsof the prairie owls The ten dency to clean up the deserted buildings is taking away many of these features The court house of what was Gar field county has recently become the property of IT Herman and he lives in the sumptions building whichl did not cost him a cent as he homesteaded the quarter section after the county or ganization was abandoned IF NEWSPAPERS STOPPED In the United States the newspaper is a necessity in all other countries it iis a luxury Newspaper reading in Europe while not exclusive to the upper and middle classes is sufficiently so to be generality The poorer class es of newspaper readers either borrow the paper or buy 1 it 1 h e c a use they cannot get the racing results else where Buying und reading a pa per in Europe are a serious business naturally so when the European style of paper is considered Sometimes there is an item in it of tener only speeches Amer icans abroad miss their daily paper more than they do their pieOf course everyone knows that the apothesis of the 1press has been reached in America mainly because this is a free country Still what sort of a life would this be if all the printing presses were suddenly to slip a cog between days and staid slipped AN INJUSTICE OF TilE STRIKE A curious and paiufnl feature about the steel strike is tho great number of unorganized and unskilled laborers that are bearing the brunt of this war against capital In round numbers according to a statement in the Pittsburg CommereialTelecrnph of last Wednes day 72500 men arc idle Since then this number has been increased by the action of Joliet and Bay View but on the other hand a number of new mills have been opened so the figures will- not show much change from this I would be interesting to know how many ire members of the Amalgamated Asso ciation of Tin Steel and Iron Workers No reliable statistics are to be had but their number muSt be comparatively l small WHISKEY FEET There is a man in Brooklyn N Y who is a drunkard only from his ankles down That is to say while he never puts a drop of intoxicating liquor into his stomach his feet are yemust have their whiskey at regular intervals each day or their owner suffers The man who possesses these whiskey loving feet is 3departments pal building in Borough hall square At least half a dozen times a day he ap j pears at a popular cafe on Fulton street dear rod hook lane and order whiskey He fills a glass almost to the brim with the liquor but has never been seen to drink any of it Instead he stoops down unlaces one of his shoes and pours half of the whiskev into it Then he pours the other half of the liquor into the other shoe ALLEGED LOTTERIESTO TED Gov Beckham has ordered I an investigation of the bond and debenture companies doing business in Kentucky information coming front the Postoffice Department being to the effect that the business is a form of lottery The investigation was asked 11Breckenridge will probably be asked of the General Assembly to regulate these companies The coni panies are stud to have an ticipated this and to have set on foot a movement to raise a fund of 10000 to prevent adverse legislature The Attorney General has been informed that already members of the Legislation have been interested in the companies CO m plaints against various companies have been turned over to the State Inspector for iiivestiga tion Some have been driven out of Ohio and have CovingtonC01uplaints against some Louisville com panICs JILUUl S PITCHFORK NewportXews Herald It would scent1 that Senator itcLan rin the junior South Carolina rcpre sentative in tho United States senate has a kind of pitchfork of his own Ho iustrumentunder onlytleastdemonstratedmonopoly of the pitchfork business and at the same time ho has shown the outside world that Tillman has caught a Tartar and no mistake r l i t J 4 VV- 1 SALEr HAVING ETC OR y The Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous yy- to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits tho support tho cooperation and the assistance of the people of every couuty through which its lines pass The management earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will soul a brief description of sine to the railroad agent nearest them giving the prices tud terms of sale Tho prices must correspond with the prices eked of local buyers The management does 1 not proposo to aid in selling land to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBR13W Industrial and Immigration Agent II P SMITH Trallc Manager NASHVILLE TENN I JwWGNwMWYNLrfwpaMwu1f 7Y1 y- f r Wf J BARRY AT Klj IvNKIlS OLD SIIpl Till make you a Buggy to order rf Kopair or Paint your old onO rZLACKSMlTEISG ALL KINDS ALL WUltK jCIL TEED noitszsiroEiNG A SPECIALTY u LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE II R DEPOT =J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers sorved with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 h pp F OLIVER F Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY UVfiXiE A IUIAL when you wan 1 donjrepniriYagona1 also kep a full line o- fUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid Hlunl A slant Coffins and Cases which can be tided up in short notice and at reasonably prices Give me Real I vn Shun near the Jail Cash Book Wtllfl Ip I Splendid Selection of NW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS L Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date Maui BEKENDES Co JJIaaA P S MOORE ATrOR ta YAr LA WI- IICIOL KSTUUKV Oflice partner of Judge II F Reinley zr pAIN rs AND FAINTS At Oowgills shipmentPointsCollierStrictly Crownbrandon the mark- etCowgill Sf owg illoDRUGGISTS J OALT0ALt Pittsbtirg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Oash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MDELIVER ALL GRADES OP STEAM CURLSa AleA Paris Son j Ala 0 I I Fl r t C cL I ULJUlLlt JlULylt xJw i I J l t f FINAl = CLEAN= UP roJE BT ELLISONS arE i f 1 r dIJIIo k dOct 4fR IfvfjonrYO been to ono of our sales you know what they lean both to us anti to you Weve piledall of our counters withv all those goods which wi dont wish to cuccry over Lots of those are good all the time many can be used for several months to come and all are just as gooclJwxt year as this It pays us to sell them even for less than they cost us rather tHan carry kthemll to next season and it will pay you big interest to purchase them now for asmuch of it can be bought for about one h half what you win 1lay for it next sensoncthinsInakitl ystirinvestmentNote the prices but SEE THE GOODS for tho s prrices convey but a vague idea of the real value = = Remnants of mg lengthsTable 1it11 11tHQ tt =rCase Cottons Domestics Cheviots XawriS Percales Dress Goods Embroideries Laces etc l f Pepperell Wide Sheet- s= e i Bleached at 18c Unbleached c k r Pillow Case Cottons I2c Percales at 8c for Oc quality =Table Linen 25c for 35c value ST Embroideries rotxmarked r Parasols =Buy them for next season 150 for 250 kind 100 for 200 grade qualityr2 Ladies Hats One lot Sailors and Trimmed Hats that sold up to 200 now 50C One lot sold up1 to 100 now 25C t 3 Ladies Wrappers tIb Were 75c and 100 non 50c 125 quality now for69c E Counterpanes = slightlv soiled on outside Fancies is 235is= AVhite wore 250 now 198i 2iToe quality now 59cs = Domestic now 4G EF TowelsGood 1 i size cotton towels 4c irlr Large Cotton regular lOc values 8c S Any 25c Linen Towels now 19C = 0t Napkins 31 Pure Linen worth 60c now 43C 75c grade now 5Qc 125 quality 98c 3 Art Work AH Over Ladies Neckwear i m Handkerchiefs Silks at Cut Prices ellullleratg b r everything but the counters are loaded ettrI a down with genuine bargains alTHE SALE WILL LAST TWO WEEKS E Duriug This Sale = NTERMS C- ASHELLISONS F C NrKENTUCKY r 11 II Z ti- a I I i J r riuiiEiinEs J1 I uu- Ulu t t INTEREST TO ALL FF- w ii IeI I I 11I IfoudaSept i Lynda Ilunzickur is visiting friends j Union City i aiiae I Mattio Seay attended the In i icc statute lust week Alr A U Roily of Denver Colorado 1 I ic visiting her aunt Mrs Ed Millet 1 The worlds fair at St Luis is ex peettxl to open its Rates May 1 1903 HIGH GRAD B SCHOOL SHOSti TUB SHOE STOIC 1mv ROE At KAYLOB I Dr Dayidson was in Jonesfooro and I 1 Pamgoufl Ark on business this week r I aye and MJW the mantle of William Goebel haa fallen on Urey Woodaon So J Mice Grace Helm has returned from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Paris Tenn Mrs Claude Walker is visiting her l ptreDts Mr awl Mrs Sam Pi rker at 1 Mona Art C P Church codec will meet with I 1111invitedI I Mr and Mrs Rich Gualder of Ar i kansas are visiting the family of MrIJ W Bland I Messrs M D Robbins and Roy Me Kinnoy of Paducah visited the Misses Funs Sunday Miss May McDearmon is spnndiupr tjitw week visiting friends in Columbus to will be back in time for school Mu W Or Adams and daughter I fiw Eunice of Moscow pakl the Cone i r a pleaaant visit one day last week Mrs Murdock who hat been visiting l er father Cart Hates Eaut Htckiuan 1 RS returned to her home Bessie fenDI Brin your old tiehool hooks to WiliUft s Book Store and receive full oxclmnge price for thorn Rev Wm Thorne will preach at tbeI lolinehs church Saturday night Sun day and Sunday night Everybody in vited Miss Mira Robbins of New Madrid Mo and Miss Bess llamlelt of Hen demon Teats life visiting the Missus hurls Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SUAW8 Miss Vera Euntwood who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Harper returned to her home in Tiptoiiville this week W Po Taylor Oapt Jim Parker and a jjrty of 16 Fulton people i O8se l thro Hickuian Monday for a stay on Reel foot Lnko Mr L H Lockhart and children of lWotofirontoDW SL Shaw this week FOll ItlGNTpanto with C rooms Hood cistern and other conveniences centrally located Apply at Courier olHce Miss Belle Mercer who has been elected to the charge of the Music De partment of Jackson Penn Female institute will visit Hickuian next week The Mormons are exciting trouble in Marshal oounty and it is mid that the Mormons go to their meetings armed and that other citizens want them pro tected Silo to 120 pnys total expense for 1 year for n young man or young lady in tho Dickson Normal Oollege Now term opals September 10 1001 Send catalogueFor School Books Ink Pel oils and all school snpplita call at WILE 1S COOK STORK Yon cant do bettor Yon may do worse The Memphis CommercialAppeal has raised something over 1700 of the 1500 it proposed to use for a modal for Admiral Schloy Subscriptions closed August 20 Ocean voyages have peculiar effects This fact has been emphasized by the marriage of sixty chocl teachers in Honolulu after proceeding tea days on the journey to the Philippines Thegrard jury to be called at iho opening of the September turm of the Franklin Oircut Court will continu the mvestigittion of the conspiracy re suiting in the death of Gpv Goebel WHAT must people want w stuueUaiIg- mild and gentle when in need of a physic ChamUarUin Stomach and Liver Tablets 1111 the bill to n dot Tney are ploasaut in effect For stile by Uow gill A Cowgill Hickman Albert Itob rlsaii the Marshal of Fill ton brooght to jul Monday AfrtTavlor colored chargedwith stealing 2 bridkJra jair of euoea utc fnMttilti vDUrCII Tnis makes oven 25 prisoners nosy in jail The ialies of the C P Chnrch will give an eoteminment at the resifiuaco of Mrs S K Ditvidwon Wedn1a night Sith inat Music gamed and rj frephmeuts thu function of the evening Everybody invited tingdayPresiding lElder wilt preach morning anti night Quarterly Conference wilt be hela Saturday night at 8 oclock AH the official members are invited to be projent MENS FINE SHOES 8300 KIND LOOK LIKE 8500 SHOES THE SHOE STORE RICE NAYL OR My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea says J H Doak of Vii liamsOrcfWewcro unable to cure lam with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera nod Diarrhoea Remedy Iani happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete curb For solo J y Cowgill iCoW l Hicktuan I 1 0 CONTRACTORS 1 P i t Mfr te eafIttnrpf attl lntto let the contract tcij sat r richt of way for tram I juelj j j sealiI lit fort Saturday Au 31- stSl1nOW being math or for tll tition call or address forII N B W MoCLURB j X Hiekmau Ky t i DRAT pP MRS EMILY OLAY J Mitt E ty Clay wife of Mr Jeff slay t pnday morning the ISth ntltk1 iod Monday at 2 30 p mr- lthin inn services being conducted by the ut Mr Hill ot the J piseojmi- churOli Clay died of heart dies easa li d bttu an invalid fur runny yeah had been a resident of Hick J ma11f tyyears but BO retired had r lifo that she was known acIiggaf but those who did know j bet and appreciated LIT excel bnactcr Her hfe was uu ad8fltW retired a living sacrifice cf du Kwe whom she loved aud those j jz mbe was surrounded SheEj I ea bud and five childr u to j i IOSH God be with tiitm ia i bereavement SQlfHp NORMAL UNIVERSITY A II ELJUha YEAR OPENS SEP i 10 11iTlto iement that the Southern NorU Diversity or any part of itI has Ijt bouaolidated with any school j or aolienjt w false and misleading For j complflSkwfnUtiou of advertising citO UKsfBttgyg sent out by andII lJ Ho resident Board rru1lJ ton Term for Answer to Cir Letters T1i pUheru Normal University is the iaeSugeat independent normal in the dkHuL Seven members of the pres Btltwl have been identified with then n hem three to ten years each TheIltoaal members are able teachers CO ting the strongest faculty in the r1 of the school The board of trus Ute faculty and citizens of the to ate working in perfect liar inony students will find pleasant eoufirtTOlS happy surroundings and a hearty come from ail All M nrtraeuts of the school ably eqoipxpnd will IHJ carefully looked utter liere is nothing to prevent next jmr front being the most sucoeae fan phthe history of the schools wow ft Box tooii be had in dormitory ev erytfft furnished at 750 per mouth and in private residences at 88 to 910 per tpoWi Tuition u reasonable For furtner particulars about condi tion olffisliool or for catalogues Nor malitiother literature addr MT V MrDa1CILF Pre or A 1 VELL8 Secy and Picas I Huntingdon Tenn M S STORY BRICK FOR SALE A Ipiree story brick in Laclede block flue glom room 27 foot front 15 rooms above modern plumbing and conven tepees Building is new and has not boon abased by Ule Will be sold very chump nndea8y payments For further information apply to DR C W CURLI2sT Tty1n y 1 TThira emi Annu l ttom nt 1 OP THE VILIt AN WAN AAgOAI N rOFHICKMAN Ioi tlic Terns t 11111111 July IS l0t PROFIT AND LOSS To mat IVtoiara far i rII lItiiJ ei for torte Int3ir1- M M trrt r I YlLSrnt 373- Ivy tlMile for ii rw ltiiIUwbWfcr trlltr f IWIdturil ASSETS TaIt t JltllJJf C urku isad 1 1101 I LIABILITIES A Jjnt 4 in rake K U flurI I tl 41rr ytn T6t x 7a ilrtar- a 4 j a- il4- i q i iyf = 1Disi I 44 is u iv IrrI t4i1ttraa yiltr IAN- i 2 S r 777 Jf tr777TS VALUE OF tJHAUBa I r4pre rt tI Yr 41 I i f r 7- I EM 1417 i wer a = tI ir 1 fit c zs- I nre I 7ai- I Sli Q av ti I Sr ec41Cii S rot i SYjiTi T 8I t a7tpJ ri aa at I stile r rj T 1 I 14Eura ataxw 7VI- i Ilio IttSt issae of the Wiuktifta Dom oar t gJtvO a big account of the oil dte co riswhich have been male thoare Some time ago a negro in dh ginS a vrelK discovered a flow of oil at a depth of if feet There was considerable ex citement over the discovery at the time bushings got quiet and a very little was heard of it until lately Sons Un jon City TCDU capitalists have be comb interested in thd mutter and a stoCk company with a capital ofBOOO baslboon formed for the purposu of niak in further investment Y PanAmerican Exposition Best reached by the IJlinoisf1entr l Bailroad3 LOUisjyUle ofSLEEPING CAR Without Change Between New Orleans sad Buffalo An evening departure from New Or leans and a morning arrival at Buffalo SLEEPING CAR SERVICE AND BUFFET LIBRARY CA- RHIIissx 11CaicloW A KELLOXU A Ci P A Louisville route Particulars of ageuM of the Illinois Central and connecting lines Win Murray Div Paa AgL New Or loans Jno A Scott Dlv Pas Agt Memphis t l r t CC1 ic re +w r Material Itr 1 DRESSED LUMI t and c asPaints l IfCUEEltlUfJTJYIf etc WS 1 Beunetsyillo Dyspepsia he run can anything Its for i ratrrarlevw- r PUBLIC r engaged in i business at carry all a large well of Whiskey all in that respectfully a TRIAL I W R WEBSTER SPECIAL nFullSm I Whiskeyformarks When yon and test X300This W WEUSTEK v u Port THE BEST I- NCROCEBIESI Y t all go who GOODS at LOWEST PRICES TO I Rogers St Threlkelds t1pTODAerE CaOCEEYI WiTTivos DeliveredFRESHl lfEATS Telephone HIOKMAN MARBLE WORKS AnLI TOM DILLON Propr to U Thunage deed Marble and Granite Monumentsp t OTJZE IBIICTG ofallliinde r cce r icimarrr IMPORTANT For the iuit j d v wt will offw u Lint of Fine atli1UJ tfss than price11idua Knsy Terms W0 are over stocKwl 01 goods K E REEVES CO- Ilickmvn Ky TAXES Your city have lacer due since 1st Code forward and settle at onis Dr so you can save G per coot intearcofe whloli goes on Sop 1st TOM Jit C IV C ug2W01 Jj I the months of and July our baby was and took a running oil at tho and sickness of the stomach says O P Hollidayof Jndr His bowels inovo from fivo to eight times a day I had bottlo of Chamberlains Chollc Cholera and in tho house and gave him four drops in a tea spoon full of water and ho gotbetter once Sold by Cowgill Gpvvgill Hickman L frpn Aa3 aa i 1 r ROUGH AND BEfll I Doors Windows Shingles Lime and Cement Builders Hardware f Hay Oats Corn Bran etc t L P jvv vv vv Astounded the Editor Editor S A Brown of S C wits once immensely surprised Through long suffering from writes my wife was greatly down She had no or vigor and suffering groat distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bit ters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she is entirely well oat a grand tonic and its gentle laxative are torpid liver For In digestion Loss of Appetite Stomach and Liver troubles Is a positive cure Only 50c at Cowgill Cow gills TO THE rIam this Iline of Union City Tenn and at times and assorted stock Good and Pure as well as other goods line and solicit ORDER OFFER Dean plain to indicate contents receive it it if it is not satisfac 11 Ysf z Go where they want FRESH the OLD STAKD Goods Free Clinton Street 74 EIST SHED 1Sii Sr 91CteBer e STONE Ey Surreys regular these TAXE8I taxes jlaitsh doing DILLON Tnuooau Juno teething bowels Detains would a Diarrhoea Remedy at strength qualities splendid guaranteed WORK i TeIJsishows u S flow complactiuu a jaunj disoti look moth patches and blotches DrTingshver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheep rich completion Only tt 25c at Cowgills drug store VIGILANCE ATFULTON Prom Fulton Lender j On account of there being no night policeman for the city of Fulton u vigilance committee took charge of the protection of the town last night A strange negro arrived in the city Friday and proceeded todo the town lIe stole quite a number of articles among them a fine hat front one of our citizens Mr Nigger was located by the com uiittce and placed under arrost A kangaroo court was hold and it was I the nnanamoQS verdict that he should be given 100 lashas with a board His r clothes were taken off and the board applied after Which he was given 15 minutes to leave town Well it is ncdlfies to sty that ho left E r 7 v rii L 1 PAPER COFFINS jOneofj coffins The paper coffin it is saul has stood all the tfesta It has been demon strated to be water proof fireproof acidprcofin tact indestructible f-MINS PINE SHOES 1300 KIND LOOK LIKE S5oo SHOES THE SHOE STORED NAYLoR SEW THEORY FOR BALDNESS A Michigan scientist Dr D lo3 L Parker of the Detroit College of Medi cine has jest published the results of a rimentsmostundertaken to prove that men are bald because they do not breathe properly i CHEAP EXCURSION The excursion train from Hickman and intermediate points to Nashville on Aug 29 leaves Hickman at 730 a m State Line 750 a in t Woodland Mills 755 Union City 815 the rate from each of these points round trip ticket is 300lNOTICE As the assignee ot R S Murrell I have this day made a settlement with the County Judge of the Fulton County Court and will on tho 2nd Monday in October 1901 move the court for a finalsAug 12 1901 W P TAYLOR i 8l64t Assignee 0THE COST OF OUR ARMY A statement was recently published j showing the expdl3epexhltd of tug soldier of various countries from which it appeared that the United States soldier costs this government nearly live times us much us dues the- Ittssianauud three and a hall limesYHSij much us the German and our xchailgllIiI 11gSItrJH rteac 111 II I State JMHO 3UUIOH liif new Ilioiirti In ttt rooms good kini unit otlIIIIL bund lids 2 good clsturiH cud tiVit Jj acn c in truitSacr 1tS1Yifit 1tmIUV1mciY t cluvu d Fur terns apply trf 11 E Vie Q t f SYixillutid Mills1 f 82it Ttnn I i I w 1 1 DINNER DAIL YIJ The ladies of tho Hickman 1aptisr J church will servo dinner each day dur h lug Circuit Court It will be rcmem btrtd that this congregation sullerod the loss of their church house by theI Htorm stud they ure seeking to help re build it You will get a nice dinner and aid in a good cunso Bear this intmind you who attend court JAMES CAMPBELL DROWNED New was received by the family at Cayce Sunday thin Mr James Campbell SOil of Mr Allen Campbell was ji drowned in Red River about 20 miles It from Tdxarkana His remains were j r shipped from Texarkaua Monday to be i buried at his old home near Cayce The deepest sympathy is extended to his aged father mother and other rela tives =OFF FOR NUMBER NINEf Fulton Leader A jolly crowd of fishermen eft this morning for No 9 Lake near Hickman where they will spend the week Among those who went wo notice R M Atkinson W T Carr Pleas Taylor Henry Palsgrove John Thompson bon Collins Mike Taylor J R Province Henry Taylor Joe Browder Dr J MgAlexander and Jim Parker They two cooks along and all the necessaries for the enjoyment of camp life NOTICE Mrs M E Watson Austin Adams Dock Adams Larry Everett J Q Hawkins J0 Harris B F cc hamJJ D W Beckham C V Jones and VI atsou You will hereby take notice that on the 17th day of September 1901 1 will cause the County Processioners to meet on my farm at Mrs Carrigans residence in Madrid Bend Fnltoa Co I luggato day until throughSUSAN MEG ILL 894 Per Attorney H F Hem ley TALKtI1 Troy News Banner i Tho people of Lake county have made j op their minds to have a railroad and the railroad is all the talk in our sister county Squire Harris has the matter in hand and will doubtless push it to completion Two plans are proposed to build the road either direct from Union City or from Fulton via Woodp landfills It Fulton gives the most u she will get the road otherwise Union j City has made up 40000 and say they C can make np 110000 more Luke coun j ty herself has made up 40000 and i states that without any difficulty she Lin make up 910000 more UeCaLAKE COUnTY R R il Lake County Advocate r The directors of the Hickman liptoIiylUe RRCo met Thursday and took tops necessagjr for the changing- of tile Hair e and terminus of the R R Its to be the Union City and Lake County R Randto run from this place or further down in the country- to Union City It will pass over the richest country m the world and tap two good railroads tit Union City th- eN CkStL and the M S 0aI50be within threemileaor the IOJudge Harrw wgs selected to succeed Mr J W Chambers M director Jlr Chamb n having retired Mr rC Harrw and Chiet Engineer 11 R dAillywent to Union City this week is oapect and beginitke survey tpractioT zT 0 r J iEL Jt A i- C t j r I ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mrs Jocie Bract and daughters are visiting near Clayton Tenn s Miss Lightner of St Louis is visiting her friend Miss Bessio Case C B Travis has gone on an extended visit to the Beach and several cities Capt James Koger and family left yesterday for their home in Paducah Dr and Mrs 0 H Hubbard have re turned from several weeks stay at MonteugleThe serviceSundayboth Kervices Mr Moore of Pulaski 111 father of Attorney P S Moore is visiting in Hickman with souse view of investing in lauds When the schools open please remember that we have what you need and we know what you want WILSONS BOOK STORE manyformscartridges have been sent to tho mis siuiiaries in Southern Mongolia General McArthur announces that Northern Luzon hits been pacified hut not trauquilizcd This distinction makes little difference Meager details have been received or- an ocean horror off coast of Alaska The steamer Islander froth Victoria to Skugaway struck an iceberg nUll 65 lives were los that farmer who directed in his will that l AKXI lit+ burned up will have the kiiiliLioj fiiilitled The lawyer have IVgun suit tu break the will That is tht quickest motliud physician who for many 1llrulahyww in tho Botfrluiul with the lots just returned kola intorvieUud and the suI- t ittif + rC his conclusions is that th lintih army is ax far from victory H jt 11118 wncii the liar began 1 ivy U Vfl l who nai Iteen visiti ipx hey liiixhter 1ina1M ti Wiitul left hiru uii Monday night being willed tu pftb ijiue on account of tho serious iHus of iicrhuNband Sin Lists ncctn panio Itl Louisville by her son llirrand Wilhu Will l Tin retre 870 saloons in Louisville There is sumu uueasints that visiting Knights Templars may not find phiws to eat and sleep but there is every promise that they will have no troubl II occasionallyIddyvilkJ A Wisconsin man proposes to pump all hot air into mammoth wells during he summer and release it during the wlntir ttlierely insuring cool sjimners and varm winters People persist how ever in looking upon this suggestion merely as a hot air story A company that started out modestly in Chicago a few years ego has grown in influence and wealth until it now practically con trolls tho match trade of the world A great deal of its success is due to a machine that makes three matcnes that break in the lighting to every one that does not Colorado ranchmen are congratulating themselves on the shortage in the corn crop They have been compelled to compete with large numbers of corned stock when they went to market with their mountain fed jrassers but this year they feel that the competition will not be so great Colorado will turn out excellent stage cattle this year and the pastures were never in better condi tion Another of the periodical South American revolutions is on Pour thousand Columbians under Dr Ran el Garblas invaded Venezuela from tho frontier of Cucuta The invaders were obliged to retire on the first fight The constitution has been suspended in several Venezuelan States as the result of the invasio- nBARBECUE AND BRAN DANCE SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1901 There will be a Barbecue and Bran Dance at Little Obion Bridge on Sat urday August Hst Plenty of Refresh ments good Music and Good order THOMAS KESTERSON A aiLhENNIAL UELKORATIOX Centennial celebrations havo been quite frequent of late years It does not seem very long since tho United States celebrated the centennial of our independence by the great exposition at Philadelphia A few years later the quadri century of the discovery of America was celebrated by the great exposition at Chicago And now acIlive plans are being carried out for celebration of the centennial of the J urchase of Louisiana by President Jefferson by an exposition at St Louis in 1103- But the English people are about to hold a millennial celebration the anni versary of u reign far back of anything in American history Tho reign of Alfred the Great the first great king and tho greatest of the kings of Eng land in true realness is to bo celebrat ed at Winciiester next mdnth Alfred died on Oct 20 901 A MACHINE SMASH HI Owensboro Inquirer The Democrats of Virginia have done what the Democrats of this state ought to do They have annihilated the machine and have nominated a ticket that will command the support of all decent Democrats and all others will be bound to support it whether they wish to or not TAXESwTAXESI Your city taxes have 1been duo since March 1st Conic forward and settle at once By so doing you can save G percent intesrest which goes on Sept 1st TOM DILLON JRC Tp0 itll r s flitXMA1N BIlr rmlI gICIc1nI UGh Capital Stock paicUni 50000 Surplus anti Undividotl Profits 20000 TprmActs1 o The Funds and Securities of tills Bank arc ropeted l11 y the Moslcr Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yot 1Rhn0pchcd byBurjrlars ov GllflhlerVn HIOKM4N WAGON C w I tO AVIJFA TI RKKS OF rlU CIEIt6STtra I lK ytff tilirr Wc fl FrrJ oj r t II1cI MAN x1 FN rTiTJY VITALITY POWBR M HEALTH RESTORED 1 The weak madnstrong by the use of HERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervou- TtoublesI FAilII Ko matter how ItopcleKS the ease inuy sewn Astonishing and quick rev powerfulEcourcutmttdNatural Vegetable Tonic Jiroquttkly assimilated rvtnriujj Lost Vital- Ity naturally and NerveTabletsskillful prt lmt 01 tc latest most TKrmanontly and Ilearned rca arch in are different front other rcmf lics of tlie classaterla edicanndI art its fcHMl to the j um nnd leave it stronger every time used Thy biiin at the lOut ol the distjtw and act on the andnnlI maklWOMEN They surely and oDdTiredII Vertigo5tsuchfafSt l 1 i will bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces nM pKvsnre to life We could tvita Thous ands of Testimonials but your best way is to try then We refund the money if n cure Is not ldngIrjiCrocLouisvUleThe Shortest Route to Texas I One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the a +i I I CAR U THE R Sjj Ii II I BAKERY AND I II CONFECTIONERY I FRESH BREAD s CAKCS AND CONFECTIONERIESP I i CLINEOY STUBS i iUrcIt1 rtr KRNT rCKY I Ilcloi1honl Nu u1 or t- lrerttwr era a O E EAKER I General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St having purchased clue rlIfCY Slock of dnlhueI l Tintier Ilore Mr C E Smith the tinner thor ouphlv competent and stifled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a calll R BEBJvnt isvaC Y 1 j Cotton Belt Routei- s that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter than other routes ihis saving in distance fi i makes a corresponding sav 1iL ing in time i Cotton Belt trains wry Pullman ySleepers at night Parlor Care Cars ts b during the day and Free Chair Cars J both day and night 4 areIyi loins and when you will leave and x we will tell you the exact cost ot a ticket and send you a complete 1 t J schedule for the trip We will also 1g1A send you an Interesting little took 4 A Trip to Texas Iij M ADlIltT Pl CaIro llI LWlaBEiCHE4PasdTlzStloasllaa- yWaa i h IiHave You Noticed The amount of fine Bngcies and Harness that E E Reeves Co have sold this Spring If ti just cast your eye around and s lookpsee them It will surprise oft cI t his stosk of Buggies suet Harness t you will understand why it is soi everytlliui1 r very lowest prices Call and see us at Hickman jEIE Reeves Co v j ti t t j + CQNTRACTOR The Singer Mfg Cow case factory Ofliro III vnint to let tho contract to- T cnt and clear right Of way for tram railroad from near Reolfoot Lake to Con nollys Landing on tho Mississippi river about 5 milts iu length Send seal ed bids to HMetlnrt Uicknian Ky on or before Saturday Ang 31st Survey is now being made or for further information call or address A 162 li W McCLURE Hickman Ky A JIlMSTBIl I1 IU WOKK- I had a severe attack of uillious col ic got a bottio of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took saysRevt My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three btii ties of medicine from the doctor He I withIouttgavo him no relief so discharged him morninglie I fix that they had been running oil so long that it was almost bin dy flux I asked hum if he had used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyi broughthimtold him to take mother dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if hr did not find rcll lief but he took no more nod was MI liruly cnml For sal by Cowgill Oowgill Hickmnn sw6firkii + Ztl + 11 t id Itlid I Aiicrast UearaieSi barbers WILL Courts Salve great works Burns I the miintii the manyj Special KJriblo iiiulcr marching orders Want till decks chaired sljijiH arrival fall values willing reach 1ult These hurry prires anrl par ticularly lvGimeans the liggfst for August I SgAl pINING Ch AIRS SMITH StockK FoOff InternationalFeeds For Ic YOU HAVh HEARD OF NATIONAL STOCK YOU TRIED noiitivn Ruarantoc dOM not what claimed for i your money nso Spring i approaching horgos undergoes change We not lengthen advortJso hut for tho next days give tho IN ERRATIC SYb UO 3K BJ illustrated with ovar 183 Colored Engravings that upwards 00000 produce Book by contains description engravings different breeds horses cattle shoo hogs and contains Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department dollars l save hundreds rotorrinco book all about International Stock Food got pucinigo food days from mo personally- J MCCLUR SIC Troy Ave Orders a- tSliaws Dept Store ruioivo pro nil ntion je J1 J I BijN ijRAjrjr ijN I nll t AG11S1 OFFICE AT Fiv BANK Buggies Buggies Buggies for the little tlicrichand poor have prices thai teach everybody JIEEVES CO v EickmanKyj if Mrs r CITY BARBER SHOP i t To my old customers We are hero if stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage take pleasure t1tt ing please you than old reliable i CALDWELL 1OUOWELT DR S K DAVIDS N LeJ1tisrtS HIOKMANtKENTUCKY Office over Oowgill 5 COwBillsIf t IJrntr StOfPtII Itciiilcy Joe r I BENNETT REMLEY ATTORNEYS AT oJAW = practice especiallyii the Courts Hickman Fulton coun tics Mr Bennetts office remain Clinton Mr Rcmleys in Hickman t n i To Save Child From frightful disfigurement I Niuiuio Gallegor La Grange Ga ap plied Brcklens Arnica i sores her and and writes I its quick cure exceeded 111 her hopes wonders in sores Bruises Eruptions Scalds and Piles 2R Cure guaranteed by Cowgill S Jowgill druggists j OF SPECIALI INTERESTnut this is that mnst work finish to Hfifs stud tluTos lots of dn itr ms quir a ban andrvervtltfug in for the the aril were to ffort oar profits to this quickly that altyaysmortis a Ion s sort values tho comers Il SAFESI 2 25II i EXTENSION DINING TABLES 3 75JCOBLETt I 6 50 x 1 STEPHENS xAFls1 INTER FOOD HAVE IT It is sold on a If it do is it will he refunded Now is the time to it as is md your systom a will this meat t10 will r 3 J H Lirge cost of 3V to is 04 Gj in and of of poultry a It will you of as a practical This book tells You with a of if you buyinsidoonro A Hickinau Ky Left will utto J J 1 1 IN8UIlANUI j 1 l M the big nnd the the We ai in of E E j 4 C 2 c to I or more in to Wl R U l 1 t V W IJcMinrlt i T Will in all of and 1 will at and it I Her M rs of to on head face I It Skits Cuts u of gu inf of l C it n s INSURE IN THE iI1UTEJAI111 mm1 I 1 IJIIH INSUllANCI1 CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established iu 1845 The specialad vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben ofit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDSi Beginning with Second year which may bo used toreduce premiums or in crease the insurance or convert the policy into an endowment payable at a Specified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time after two years premiums have been paid 81 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travellor O3supi tion after two years I INCONTESTABLE Aftex two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN 1 EFIGIARYt6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION riBY IN i SUItED After having failed to pay the prey iniuiii the insnntnpe will bo continuerufor the full amount foi as long u peg 1rovidcltwo 1 I IAll this taken in connection with time strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind I CONILion will be furnished by si I RTTYLER AT1 i FAUX FOR SALE 110 Acres all cleared and in cultiva tion on Mud Creek the old K WEas ley place good two jstory frame house barns and other out 1nildingsGood stock range For further information i see or address n D ROPER Moscow Ky Or COURIER Hickman Ky s2 4tr ti Tug laws of health require that the bowels move once a day and ono of the penalties for violating this l iw is piles Keep the bowels regular by taking a tdose of Chamberlains Stomach and r i Liver Tablets when necessary and you will never have that punishment in flicted upon you Price 35 cents For sale by Cowxill Cowgill BickniMiH1 j i r tl ill t t Ye t 11vmf t u ton it Sv is tti j Srtc t i 1 1 c DILEMMA OF REPUBLICANS U Eitorstea Growth of Trust arid MoHopeUt IJader Protection Staggers Them 1 The unexpected often hnppEns in politics When the republicans enact ed the Dingley tariff bill they said it settled the tariff question and that the policy of protection would not again be disturbed They claim that pros perity is dependent upon the maintaining of the protection wall they have so carefully erected But suddenly some of the most pronounced friends of protection express their purpose of making a breach in the i wall and the whole tariff matter is again brought up for discussion by the very men who said it was settled for allttime The enormous growth of t rusts and monopolies under the protection granted them by the republicans was foretold by the democrats when the Dingley bill was enacted and now the people are being aroused by the fact that the foreigners art buying trust productions for less than they are the allies of the trusts in congress are in a dilemma They must cut off protection from the trusts or the prospect of defeat stares them in the face But i to acknowledge they are wrong and I that their theory of protection is at fault is another predicament and theII great majority of the republicans un der the leadership of Hanna and the 1 president have determined to evade the strait they are in by the unconsti tutional and roundabout way of reel proclty But reciprocity will not accomplish what the people are demanding that protection be withdrawn from the dangerlooming IlroHctiau 1canIe colonies that have been acquired by the expenditure of such vast sums and the sacrifice of so many lives This the Nashville American dis cusses when it says After a delay for which there was no defense free trade has been established with Porto llico The country has finally performed its plain duty as point ed out by President McKinley be fore he signed the Yorto Rico tariff j bill Free trade between all American possessions is a policy which no party can afford to ignore or defy When the republican party through force of circumstances which no party could control accepted and adopted the old democratic policy of territorial expansion it entered upon n policy which is the enemy of a tar iff policy Fxpansion and free trade go together A severe blow was struck the republican policy of a protective tariff when Deweys guns in Manila bay gave to this country the Philippine archipelago and when the war with Spain gave us Porto Rico gymi pd wa or he ulyia ate exauonroPCuba TFrcc trade has Len established with Porto Rico and free trade with the Philippines must follow It is inevitable Ex pansion is an entering wedge which must eventually drive asunder th tariff wall erected by republican leg islation The tobacco and cane and beet sugar and rice and fruit grow ers may succeed in delaying free trade with the Philippines as they have delayed for a time free trade with Porto Rico but the time if not far away when trade will be as Tree between the Philippines and the United States as it is between the states of the American union Anti the time isi coming when there will be free trade with Cuba also The logic of events will force free trade in oth er directions The only way the people will ever get any relief from the tariff tax and the extortion of the protected trustsI Is by revising the tariff on tne democratic principle of a tariff for revenue only large enough to produce whatj money the government economically administered Protec lion is the mother of trusts and must go the way of all monopolies POINTED PARAGRAPHS Ifllanna is elected president the monograminitials of the Un ted States will more fitly than ever constitute the dollar nmrkSt Louis Republic A Terre Haute man is prosecut ingtwo fellow workmen for provoke They 9alled him Mark Hanna The plaintiff ought to make out his case Indianapolis News Ind The kind of reciprocity the farm ers and manufacturers need is some thing real and practical They nr tired of paper promises and orator ical fustian and bombast Philadel phia Times Coin Harvey does not like th way things are going in the democrat ic party pretty wen Things are com inn our way all right all right It mays be now the kingdoms corning anti the year of jubilee Albany Ar gus Within the republican organiza tionand acting as a strict partisan no man cau strike a really effective blow at the trusts which have the support of th tM adinnniatratiOUT of nearly a11I the recognized leaders of the party and of perhaps not less than 90 per cent ofTall the republicans in public life On the other hand the demo cratic party is practically a unit in opposition to the trusts Washington Times The republican leaders know tb3ttke have good cause to fear the resentments of organized labor They I cannbt pjaint to one instance in which their party has tstoodonthe ade of orS I ganized labor as against the exact and oppressions of the trusts The i steel strike is logically injurious to the republican party Its so because I j organized jalbor Is fighting the trusts I in that conflict and the republican I party is ike creator and defender of 1II RepublteII 9 I OUT FOR RECIPROCITY 6 Talk ora Partial Itevlxiou of thl Tariff by Some Republican Lenders Senator Cull om of Illinois has beejv visiting Canton and of course washntervlewed When asked what prospect is there of tariff legislation by congress next winter he replied I do not think there will be any at least in the form of a general re vision of the tariff Of course I am not in a position to speak unthoritar lively for the president but I feel I am representing his ideas when I say- t There are however some things we ought to go into which willp amount to a partial revision of thebtariff There are at present pending before the senate some ten conunrrp cial treaties These treaties are all of a reciprocity character aud if they are ratified will amount to a change J in the tariff with the countries with which they are made It seems to me as if it would be wise to ratify at least some of them A feeling has C grown up abroad that the United t States is disposed to act in what maybe called a hoggish manner in itsII trade relations and if these reciprocity I treaties can be drawn so as to be for the mutual advantage ofI both countries entering into them Ill think it would be beneficial all aroundThere is the republican programme right from the fountain head Xo revision i of the tariff even to prevent the trusts selling their products to foreigners I ehetiper than in the United States That iis evidently the presiden tial idea but the president has noE part under the constitution in originating revenue bills that is expressly the province of the house of representa tives That a bill will be introduced h bysome republican member to strikeout of the tariff the protection to some of the most monopolistic trusts has been promised How many republic ans will be found to vote for it is aI question in view of the evident favor of the administration to continue toi protect the trusts The democrats will be ready to ateI for such a bill if it is reported by the committee on ways and means But it t is probable that the administration will control the majority of he committee j and the bill wilt be pigeonholed i t With regard to the reciprocity treaties that the senator talks about they are opposed on two grounds Some republican senators and all the democrats oppose them on the consti tutional ground that the executive and the senate cannot originate tariff legislation Then the protected industries like the wine and fruit growers of the Pacific states object to being traded off that some other industry may have an enlarged 1I1nrkCltii1 I France xir Germany lintl th lie ihdfiS tries come in and compete with them The fruit growers and other agricultural producers are certainly entitled to protection as long as it is the policy fruitegrowers are the only farmers that do get any real protection under the present system The republicans are controlled by the trusts and tariff re form can only come from the democrats AS TO TEE SHIPSUBSIDY 1 Defeat of Mark Hnnnn In 11104 Will Settle the Iniquitous Scheme The shipbuilding plants have about n years work ahead running at full capacity and yet Markllannu declares that his ship subsidy steal is needed to buildtip the merchant marine Com menting on this the Philadelphia flee ord says If it were not for the bin geeing expectationof receiving larg steamship subsidies out of the poekets thiss paragement of the prosperity of Amer ican shipbuilding interests tllthnug- this industry has undergone a new de velopment under the most favorable conditions without public aid there isi no doubt that the subsidy scheme op erates as an abstruction to its march More yards would be opened and more ships built for the ocean service at fai profits but for the prospect of th larger gains from subsidy Apart from the iniquity of this subsidy scheme its removal from congress by the defeat of the Hanna bill at the next session would be promotive of the ocean transportation interests of the country littlea subsidy is needed a statement is sued by the bureau of navigation treasury department shows that dur fr oe36120 gross tons were added to th American merchant marine Of these 03 of S27S gross tons were built o I the Atlantic and gulf coasts 10 of 3334 gross tons on the Pacific coast + 23 of 1125 gross tons on western rivers and 14 of 3363 gross tons of1 the great lakes The largest stea vessel built on the great lakes during the month was the Pere Marquette No 47 at Cleveland by the American Shipbuilding company The American Tin Plate corn puny has advanced the wages ofits employes two per cent while theme asked for ten Why did not the com pang advance the wages to the nmoun of the protective tariff The tari is for the benefit of American labor+ you know Indianapolis News Ind Senator Cullom has dissipated all doubts that lianas is still boss at the white house After an interview with the president the Illinois senator has announced that there is to be no tin kering with the tariff by the next con pressthe exact words used by Mark when Mr McKiiiley Was under suspi cion of being somewhat disloyal to the fruitful mother of the trusts Richmond Dispatch u CROWDS STRUGGLE FOR BILLS 1 Sorel Sensation llnnnpd lIy the Ion don Uilltor Praxes Popular to erkerAAGot that 100 bill Xo have you No Yell lets try that fellow over there This is a sample of some 10 SilUuualneollsJin tween paper the hours of five and seven five t men each with a 100 bill about him would appear in the square The first person showing a copy of the pa er who should ask the holder of the ill the question Have you got that 100 bill would become at once its ossessor The five were there and so was a crowd of all sorts and con ditions of men women end children j Their number was estimated at 20000 at the beginning the fromII 30000 near Its close Jacob lleinstcin of 52 Pitt street was j tthet to its work Anther one of the 100 bills was got by Louise Lloyd a ne gress T Baxter Mrs J E Derby of Boston ri Corrigan and an un named schoolteacher were the other lucky ones There were fights in 1bundaucehlined Corsets ns n Ilnnlc Mary Clark a spinster 75 years old who spent most of her life in the employ of a big cotton mill was found dead in bed at 137 Turner street Iannhester X IL the other morning by j policeman who had been called in when the Mcintyre family with whom she lived could get no response to repeated calls The doctor said that death was the result of the extreme as heat Miss Clark was supposed to hav no had a little money laid by but a super E ficial search brought to light only four livedollar bills In looking about the room Policeman Connor happened to pick up a pair of corsets They were suspiciously heavy and he ripped them open From the corsets he and Ed ward Mclntyrc cut out 90 TheIImoney weighed 314 pounds Clark had worn the corsets in the mill every day being fearful of banks ttrents Eg i Intent to Uorenenhr Miss Jane Perlis of New York city has broken her engagement to Jacob Prince of Englewood K J and in a letter she sent hint she says When a man would so brutally beat a horse andso easily lose his temper the woman marrying him would tke the to same chances Prince and Miss Perils were driving in West Hoboken X J on June 10 when the horse balked Prince beat it so badly that he was arrested and fined ten dollars lie iPerlisabeganarrested him and was again arrested lie apologized saying he had lost his temper and was discharged Saw Circus lint Lout Hair A girl attending a circus in Cleve land the other evening became so much interested in the performance that some miscreant leisurely cut off two feet of the luxuriant brown hair hanging down her back and escaped and she did not discover the loss until after she had left the cir cus But asks the Chicago Tribune how can an average human being keep track of what is going on in three rings at once and pay attention to anything else A CN ItfnH Uciiinl No use President Schwab says the Chicago Tribune The dental will never overtake thci original story penaltieseT11F UltliETS 17hCATTLECommon 1 73 g 3 00 IExtra butchers 4 05 Q 5 00 ClL11SExtra 5 75 HOGS Select shippers t 0 00 Mixed packers 5 75 ft 3 90 SI 1 REP Extra 3 1- 0LAM1SExtra r 23 I 5 00 J 5SO 15r71eCORN Xo 2 mixed Ill H OATS Xo 2 mixed u 370 YJXarth hrnii 05- 3TAY Ch timothy o13 5U PORKIIamiiy 15 00 3AKI Steam 1 S 8- 7HUTTERCh dairy 12 Choice creamery 6i 23 25ePOTATOES Xev t SO t 3 73 TOUACCOXcw S 10 cd11 73 Old +12 00 u14 75 rCltICBIO 50eWHEAT Xo 2 rod 71 2 c 7214 OynCGILO 2 59 OATS Xo 2 3GVi I 37 liYE Xo 2 5Si9frOUK Mess 14 10ml 15 I VltD Steam 8 00 u 8 02 1SU York FLOUR1 Win patent 3 GOn 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red TO 7ss CORN Xo 2 mixed irfl G2af 0A1802 mixed 4- 0ilY1Western ft fi5 U1tIFamily 1C 23 t 16 50 LARD Steam C 9 10 1DaU morc 749t751tffl CORX GlUCfe titx OATS No 2 mixed 39 ZrS 40 CATTLE Butchers 5 00 f 5 23 HOGS Western C 50u G 70 Louisville WlITLtVT No 2 red v t a G9 COIISMixed c GOATS Mixed + g 39th PORK Mess fe cfl 14 50 LARD Steim ffi S Vt ldlaDpoU WHEAT No 2 red 71 CORNNo2 mixed r S 58 IIOATS Xo 2 mixed 43GtriIIi 1 r 1 MADE STRONG AND WELL byPerunaEntirely rrl 4fU1tt 1iRS E A CROZIER i MrsE A Crozier Senior Vice Presi dent of the James Morgan Post W TIC the largest corps in Minnesota writes from The Landour 9th and XicolletMinneapolis Minn as fol ws Please accept hearty thanks behalf of Peruna that wonderful onII icine which raised me from a sick bed and made a strong and well woman of In two weeks I suffered with bearingdown pains backache and con thus headache and found no relief until I tried Peruna It cured me completely and 1 feel as young and well when 18 I wish every woman knew the merits of the medicine A home Crozier would be without It andII 20000 HARVEST HANDS Required to harvest the crop of XVintern CANADA The mate ou dant j eld on the Continent Itipons are thai the avenir meld of So 1 Hara Wheat In Western Canada will be over thirty bathelatolhoncre Prices for farm help will be rr pllLnt Splendid ancnlng Lands adjoining the Wuvat Belt wuiberuntniniinpoiuis EXOURSIONS IIn the Inued States to UASILJpm chase at prevninni price and ecure the ad vnutago or the low totes apply for Literature hates eteo to K PKOIEV feupt ImmlKrsUton UllnwuCunmdn urto JOS S lNGSlyttnW SU Coluabut U CanadUui UuTernmeut Agent t p fcn vlMtlns BuJnilo tlOjjUat toMBCO the CANADIAN EXHIBIT the PaiiAincrlcaii 1t BEADETIS CE THIS PAPER UESIKINO1TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD 1XSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK FOIL REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OB IMITATIONS tI n PILESAAKESISPILES hots 1 addrets TrIll cae ballCiue New YarK 10ce25c Mrs William Henderson Bordulac N C write I was troubled with very serious fe flowingthatwould lose my mind I suffered untold agony with my back the pain extend ing down my left leg My pain was so severe that I would have welcomed death at any momentso no one need wonder that I recommend Peruna so highly for it cured me entirely of that Not a sign of pain has returned and that will soon be two years now I am glad that there is a way I can speak trusting that many a sufferer will read my testimonial and not only read but believe Mrs Wm Ilender son FOR WOMEN ONLY Free Treatment During Hot Weather by Dr Kurtninti By the assistance of an experienced staff of physicians Dr Hartman pro poses to direct the treatment of ser eral thousand women who for one reason or another are ailing Each patient sends name symptoms and a short description of previous treatment and are entered in the doc tors books as regular patients The treatment is directed from time to time as may be found necessary by the doctor without charge Every let ter and name is held strictly confiden tial and in no case will anyone be published except by the express wish of the patient herself These cases are treated with the same care and fidelity as the private patients of a regular family physician During the past year a large number of cases have been cured Every item of the treatment is directed for which no charge whatever is made Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio for free treatment SEAFARING MENI i KNOW THE VALUE OF owERS II IISHBR OILED CLOTHING IT WILL KEEP YOU DRY 1IN THE WETTEST WEATHER SLOW FOR ABOVETBADE t- ON SALE EVERYWHERE CATALOGUES FREE SHOWING FULL HflE OP GARMENTS ANDHAT5 AJTOWERCOB05TONMA55 Going to the Pan American Exposition If so yoa want to co comfortably and see some thing and learn tomettilng going and comlnc To do this it will be best to have your ticket touted from Cincinnati over the C Hot D Itailway golna Tit Detroit through Canada sretnc English ways and customs and seeing Niagara Falls en route and U you like the water come back via the Great Lakes Your railway ticket via this line elre you the prlTlleg of changing your route and coming back via the Lake Erie Steamers toToledo orDetroit If you desire to do 10 without extra tOIl j MCGREGOR T r A N Asnvinr TEXX S L PAKKOTT TIAATLANTA GA oa D G EDWARDS Passenger Trade Manager CINCINNATI O IREESbcrtby Tcst77 YEARS aOUT Nnrttry ipp AiWArtrI STARK BRO LoaWaat Mo Dcarrillc N Y Etc I 1UlCATIONAL Tie UNIVERSITY OF NOI E DAME r 1 i NOTRE DAME INDIANA FULL COURSES In daisies Letters Ecoir r SciencePharmacytrial Engineering Architecture zm Commertl4CoursesCoursesRooms completedthe junior or Senior Year of any of the Collein= rRoomsdent over seventeen preparing forCotlegiate Coors rdastkalstate5t Edwards Hall for boys under 13 fearsis fetTheipoi Catalogues Free Address iREV A MORRISSEY C S C PresidentI W tTHE CINCINNATI College of Dental Surgery JtCtttlO1Ucapplication 19JrKKrultAS St U D D s Dean 5I1 Wrt Court Ktrect Cincinnati Utilq 4 l t e + x HOP E u L COLLEGE rsSs clen eouneIfboktars that Catalug free tY AN tl USaa U Ii Irt OZwLOCUSTVltapatlir V DtJnlyle al practice besides M DandauprriorlmtrueoaaequlpmentanddiplomaatAmerHealthCuleege eri at 22 CH DRya- nd D C Steamers to and Goodl 10 days CH D Ry to Toledo then on l along the Wes tern shore o flakeErie and up the PDetroit River to earth stopping at Detroit over night Return- TUESDAY Rugust altfi Atfraclire SideTrips ROUTE IMackinac atMlUmee pictu- ecque JDetroit atful IIIUOKIKRC Leave Detroit 930 a m through Lake St Clair U S Canal Set Clair Flats to Port Hu ron then through the great inland Hurontt a noun points of mVt 11 terest to beautiful Mackinac Island f I 1 i The Most Delightful Trip in all the World Special1 train leaves Cincinnati 845 am For additional information apply to any C IT S D By or connecting line agent for leaf let or to D It EDWARDS Put Triple Mgr Cincinnati 0 A N sE i f 1879 IWHE3T WRXTIXO 1R +ADVKRTlMKKa please state that you saw the Advertise sat IB tills payer = =c = ==== f i RICH BUT WRETCHED f t Fight on for wealth old Money Bags your liver is drying up and bowels wear ing out some day you will cry aloud for healthoffering all your wealth but you will not get it because you neglected Nature 1 in your mad rush to get gold No matter I- iwhat you do or what ailsi you today is the dayevery day is the dayto keep watchof Natures wantsand help your bowels act regularly CASCARETS will tt help Nature help you Neglect means bile in the blood foul breath and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life Dont care how rich or poor you are you cant be have bowel trouble you will wellregular if you take CASCA RETSgetthemtodaYCASCARETSin it like candy and it will work gently Awhile t itstrengthyouens the muscular walls of the bowels and gives them new life then they act regularly and naturally that is what you want it is guaranteed to be found in tA4iii i t 50c Itari DRUGGISTS ALL I tIt bom bowel trataillaclad leg fo r 10 It1Y IfWWX wi wra atas t IITyymoriaIrmc CoMfMy Chicac r NcwYGtk Irt7V itWIcdiIM asi J1l t fa n Iiii J fi L b J y t i The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher DICKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS rI1 Australia has more than 1000 new papersGrade crossings in Europe are nn luiown Belfast is Irelands richest and most p populous city The feminine surplus in Massachu 1 0 setts is 70J398 Europe will have to borrow heay 4 ily from the American granary The amount of money in this coun try lust year was 3066 per capita The carat is used in estimating the freight of gems is a grain of Indian wheat Only about 200000 people in this country buy novels as they run from the press t peltroleum occurs One of them is 123 miles long- Stokers in big steamships work In en average temperature of from 160 to ISO degree- sIt is estimated that the cost of the BainpsonSchlcy court of inquiry will be about 25000 Only 9 per cent of the soldiers ac tually engaged in war are killed on thejfiQldof battle The graduating lists of the Amer 4 Scan colleges this year show an in crease of 25 per cent Austrian shoemakers talk of via i lence if American retail shoe stores are opened in that country Eleven thousand people are en ffnged in making lamp chimneys throughout the United States Owing the the scarcity of grain ears in the west the Kansas farmers are experiencing difficulty in moving their wheat Exports of horses and mules in Missqn i last year brought a return of 6000pd and a great deal of mon ey name from foreign countries According to the London Telegraph t the first doctors degree ever bestow en upon a woman in Bohemia was ob tained by Fraulcin Dr Cabot nt the Prague University The worldfamed Prince Edward ol York diamond one of the most pre cious stones ever found in the South beibrought tbAmerica The famous eagles which used tot haunt the lakes of Killarney makingf their home in the Eagles Nest Moun tains have been exterminated within the last three years The statue of Frances E Willard to be presented by the state of Illinois to the national capitol nt Washing ton will be modelled by Helen F Mear of Oshkosh Wis King Edxvard VH has accepted Scott Mantague M P a number of Amcrcian bronze turkeys taken to England in n wild state They will be housed at Sandringhnm The fortune of Krupp the Ger man ironmaster is estimated at Aso i 4000isteel works employ 80000 men The Russian emperor does not be lieve in the eighthour day so far as he is concerned He works many more hours and seldom retires be fore 1 or 2 oclock in the morning t tChineseestated On the authority ora t tea merchant that the glaze oil the paper coverings of tea chests Is due to a preparation composed principally of the refuse of sharks fins tails and skins Rev John Spurgeon the father of i the famous Charles Spurgeon now dead recently celebrated his ninetj first birthday by laying the founds lion stone of the South Norwood Baptist Church in England The most marvelous instance on record of a man supposed to be dead who was brought back to life Js theI recCnt case of John Schaefer of Jlrooklyn who was resuscitated after being under water 40 minutes The British admiralty have just or dered 54 sets of wireless telegraphy gear to be made according to their own speciicntions and system The circle which is perfectly round and drawn with a compass exhibits this peculiarity ns soon as the square is drawn inside of it One of the freaks of nature has ifcehtly been discovered close to the immense tunnel that is nearing com t portion on the line of the Southern boundnrJ1ine employedti company an immense rock that isa perfect imago of a mans head-Y Curious markings are left upon the victims of lightning Often trees and shrubs to the mioutcst twig are bodyFormerlye was deto some natural photograph ic process It is now known to be the vivid outlining of veins under C instautaCI The effect is indescribably weird The latest feat of the giant speedr1 l or statute 1miles an hour for 24 hours is ex pected Jto set steamship designers apd builders to thinking as to steam ships of thee future A brandnew state intended fo be run as a republic is being formed in i the forest land that extends into Bra mertti elected the first president by the 20 s DOO iBhabitaHtH most of whom ore N in h8 aploy The IMBM of ike new jtif ci republic ii Are t 1 A GREAT TIDAL WAVE Loss of Life and Property at Port Eads La and Vicinity Logging Camps find Mill Mnnnfna turer Suffered Conniderabftr Loss By Breaking of Booms Schooner Deiuaated New Orleans Aug 16The storm which has been sweeping tie gijil coast from Pensacola and moving westward during the past two days has prostrated telegraph and telephone wires to such an extent that news from the outlying sections ia hard to get The greatest fears have been entertained for the safety of the people living at Port Eads at the mouth of the Mississippi river and for the ships that started for sea just before the storm began The wires to Port Eads have been prostrated since Tuesday night at 8 oclock but the Picayune reached a man who left there at 2 oclock Wednesday He was at Burns which Is 60 miles down the river and the farthest point with which there Is wire communication at the present time This man describes the storm which swept that section as a regular tidal wave sitn flay to the one which resulted in such awful loss of life in 1S93 He says nil the people living on the east bank of the river have moved up to the jumpwhich is 15 miles from the mouth of the river Xew Orleans La Aug 17The storm has passed and seems to have done no great damage anywhere ex cept along the river below the city six fatalities occurring near the tiers mouth In the city the only injury was to lakeside resorts and ta the section flooded by the break in a canal bank which was closed be fore morning Rice and orange farms on the lower coast were severely injured The inhabitants there believe that they were struck by a tidal wave combined with a cyclone The lives lost were half a mile above quarantine A large house was overturned with 15 in it and Mrs Rosa Walker her 10yenrold daughter Ida Walker Miss Birdie Cobden and Miss Ella Cobden were drownedMobile Ala Aug 17The tropical storm which came up out of the south Wednesday and increased in force during the day following is bey lievcd to have been the severest in the vicinity of Mobile The highest wind blew at the rate of 70 miles tin hour for some time Various reports of the drowning of men in the bay have reached here but it is impos sible to confirm them owing to the complete demolition of all means ol communication The pleasure yacht Ariel boundI for Fish river with a party of Mobile people on board is reported to have pounded to pieces on the wharf atj Tattles on the eastern shore of the bay Nothing has been heard of the crewNothing has been heard from FortI Morgan Two companies of th coast artillery are stationed there The barracks undoubtedly receivedj the full force of the blow 3O communication can be had with any of the islands in Mississippi round just outside the bar 3 miles below here Any news concern fug the fate of the islanders must come by boat and this is anxiously awaited The fruit steamer Herald frou Porto Cortez arrived late Friday night She reports speaking a two masted schooner G5 miles southeast of this port totally dismantled The captain of the schooner declined as sistance Logging camps and mil manufacturers have suffered consid erable loss by the break of booms Saw logs and squared timber drifted Into Mobile all day much of it coining up on Royal street three blocks from the water front- Montgotpery Ala Aug 17Tlstorm from the gulf did considerable damage in central Alabama Specials from Selma and Troy say that cotton and corn were prostrated nround those towns and the loss ttc the farmers will be heavy Trees were uprooted and houses unroofed but so far no loss of life has beer reportedAt a raft anchored in the Alabama river and supporting a tag pile driver was sunk carrying the ma chinery valued at 2000 to the Bot tons In Augusta county the estimated damage to the cotton crop vanes from 10 to 30 per cent Late corn is prostrated Business Part Almost Wiped Out Burlington Ia Aug 17TIlc bindi ness portion of Seaton Jllwn nl nest wiped out by fire The loss is estimated nt about 50000 with in surance about half The fire was started by the upsetting of a lamp- at a dance Among the burned build ings were Elricks opera souse the post ofliee the Independent news paper otVcc Connors hotel and eight ether business houses To Aid the Strikers St Louis Mo Aug IGThe national socialist party Thursday sent out an appeal calling upon their socialist branches to do all in their power r Aid the Amalgamated strikers The socialist organization numbers nearly 130000 throughout the country Bugs Destroy Wheat Dallas Tex Aug 6lugss have appeared in large numbers in lifeldc of volunteer wheat and threaten u destroy the second growth sit com plr4ely as they did the first tro early in the s ribg TRIEITWIAL CONCLAVE I Grand Mnrnlial Leathers issues a Cenernl Order Outlining the Formation of the Iltrude Louisville Ky Aug 19Maj John II Leathers who will be grand njjJi shal of the parade which inniigyrates the festivities of the triennial conclave of the Knights Templars in Louisville Tuesday August 27 issued Sunday night his final general orders to every grand uncl subordinate com mandery of the United States outlining the formation of the pageant Twelve grand divisions exclusive of the special escort of honor to the officers and members of the grand uu campment will form for the parade The line will be as follows First grand division templars front the grand and subordinate coininan deries of Massachusetts Ilhode Is nnd New York Virginia New Hampshire and Connecticut Second grand division Ohio and nineJjv Third grand division Pennsylvania Fourth grand division Indiana- Fifth grand division Texas Missis JSixthSeventh grand division California Tennessee Wisconsini New ersev and Georgia jt Eight grand division Missouri Ala bama and Louisiana Ninth grand division Iowa Jfihne sola Kansas Maryland Xebraskand Arkansas f Tenth grand division West Virutiaj Colorado North Carolina South Da kota Oregon Washington Montana Wyoming North Dakota Arizona Florida and Indian Territory Eleventh grand division District of Columbia The Louisville Kqfphts Templars have assurances that ttr Adm Schley will come to Louisville long enough to participate thpn ade reports from Washington to the contrary notwithstanding and nipe cial place of honor in this division has been reserved for the Twmr officer Twelfth grand division will jinclude all the mounted commanderies The men will march in doibl sec tions 12 files front and the carriages will be three abreast MANY LIVES LOST The Steamer Inlander Struck AnIce berg and Went non Oft UuiiRlaKH Island Victoria B C Aug 1rhc steamer Islander of the Alaskan Ioufeor erated by the Canadian Pacific Navi gation Co of this city struck rill ice bergoff Douglass island at 2 oclock on the morning of Thursday last and went to the bottom carrying town from 65 to SO souls including passengers and members of the crew Seine IA the survivors arrived here rtuiiuiiy evening by the steamer Queen They report that as the vessel went down her boilers exploded causing the death of many who might have esv cnped Cnpt Foote was on the bridge when the vessel struck and fstayod there and went down with his steamer ahoardethe steamer 100000 of which was carried by passengers If II Hart who has spent 16 years in the Klon like lost 35000 in dust Some say that Capt Foolc reached a raft but when he saw the extent of the dir lance jumped overboard George McL lro rn executive agent of the Canadian Pacific rail load after interviewing the oflicor and passengers who returned said The purser is remaining in the north attending to the forwarding I of through passengers It is imjtos Bible to give an exact list of those lost but from the fact that 113 were saved the number lost must be very much below the figures mentioned In my opinion the loss of life will not exceed 20 THE RESISTENCIA STRIKERS Spanish Vice Consul nt Tampa Ankeit For the Names of Spaninli Subjects Deported f Tampa Fla Aug 10The Spanish minister nt Washington has asked Vicenta Guerra the Spanishtilti consul here for the names of the Spanish subjects who were recently deported by the citizens vigilance committee as leaders of the resistan cia cigar makers strike and for an investigation of the whole affair so far as Spain iis concerned The vicei consul has begun an investigation and has called upon those who reported the matter to the Spanish minister to appear before him and give testimony He says so far as he can as certain all of the deported Spaniards were naturalized citizens of the Unit ed States Will Hcturn the VlHlt Copenhagen Aug 70he Danish government having determined to return tIlt visit of the United State training ship Hartford the cruiser Valkrien in command of Prince Waldemar the kings youngest ton will snit for Yew York in January and afterwards visit other American ports Contests HumoutK Invention i St Louis Aug W1r FW Ab ken of this ellclaims to lw the cmploc4in11Dumonthen secured a patent on his inventioi years ago On a Gun Carriage Chicago Aug 19aj R P David son next Tuesday will make n second Washingtourj mfromr IN A LIVING TOMB Two Victims of the Cleveland Water Crib Horror Rescued From Horrible Death IMPRISONED AT BOTTOM OF LAKE ERIE After Days of Terrible Anguish Their Faint Tapping on the Air Pipe Was Heard Above Stint Off From the Upper WorM the Dies knew othiiic of the Ter ribitt CataHtruplie That Im- I rioutied Them Cleveland Aug 20 Adam Kest and Joseph Kuglnt two of a dozen or more workmen who were trapped in the water works tunnel 200 feet be low the surface of Lake Erie by the burning of crib Xo 2 last Wednesday morningwere rescued from their horrible position late Monday after noon and are now lying senli conscious at Huron Street hospitalwhere with careful nursing the physicians say they will soon recover their former strength and probably be none the worse for their experience Shut off from the upper world the men knew nothing of the catastrophe that killed so many of their com rades and imprisoned them When their signal for help tapped on the air pipe was nt last answered from the crib Kest and Engine were preparing to eat raw mule meat heisted Their Experience At the hospital Monday night En pine and Kest related some of their experiences theysaid that Ithey did not know that there had been a fire und they could not account for their plight unless sonic accident Laid happened which would soon be re paired As the time passed by however und hours lengthened into days the men were beginning to fear that they were doomed to death either ly starvation suffocation or drowning Their tapping on the pipe to atirsift possible attention was done with lit tle hope of its being heard but fortune favored them and their prv ence was realized when a number of men who were at work repairing the burned crib heard the faint noise awny down underground and imme diately set out to rescue the un fortunatesAN Dark UI n DtiitKon We gave up more than once said Kest We lost track of time I did not know whether it won six days or three The gas must Iiave mad 7it deepy We slept n lot I knoW We did not know whether it was tiny or night down there We tried to get out several times Each time the gas drove us back At last we decided that it was Vet out or die and we made a try tap ping on the pipe as we went clan According to the story of those men the first intimation Euarine and Kest had of the fatal Wednesday morning which saw the crib burned Vas the shutting off of the lights fihe two men were working far in ad vance of the gang and when the lat ter matte their rush for safety Kest and Engine were sitting down hey hind the nir lock waiting for the lights to be turned on main They lid not hear the shouts and cries of their fellow prisoners A HEAVY LOSS 1 The ImtiiciiNt Iiiiut of the American Cljyitr Co nt Richmond Va- Ilextroyeil 11 y Fire Richmond Va Aug OFir fie ptroyed what is locally known as the J Wright Co plant of the American Cigar Co here Monday There were about 400000 pounds of leaf tobacco in the building owned by the Amer ican Cigar Co and this with the machinery it is estimated was worth ilir000 The building an immense structure covering 19UOO square feet was owned by the Continental Tobacco Co It was live stories high built entirely of brick A conservative estimate ol its value is haven an 00000 It way completely destroyed The total dos is placed at about 200000 insurance 112000 JAPANESE SILKS A New Invoice of IS Cnne Seized at New York lly Collector George II itisi well New York Aug 20A new invoice of 18 cases of silk imported from Ja pan was reported to George H Bid well collector of the port by ilp praiser Wnkeman for seizure Monday With the seizure Monday the got ernment will have taken charge n1 10 cases of silk weighing more that 10000 pounds and valued at more than SG4000 The dutyon the silks which have already been seized will amount to more thm tOt00 while under the methods carried on in tin division before the frauds were 1is covered the importers would prob ably have paid only 9001 on the tot One Mail IvIIIeil anil Kt Injured Junction Citj Kan ug200nE otherinjured some perhaps fatally while nt target practice a half mile nortl of here Monday by the premature explosion of u projectile being loaded into a seveninch gun The titer were stationed at Fort Riley naj here The inca belonged to Siege Battery 0amI were under command Of Capt Vandeusen 6 Arms anti the Leithat it marvelous said the young man as they stood looking at the armless wonder He can feed himself without hands he aneedletheThe girl drew a long sigh and said astonishingSee the piano with his toes Why that man doesnt need arms Of what use would theX be to him if he had them Well she said rather low to that the crowd couldnt hear they might come in handy if he were out calling and it was along about nine or ten oclock and the lights were turned down andand But the master of ceremonies called out Now ladies and gentlemen if you will just step this way and there was a rush in sweptdownskin was beginning his interesting and in structive performance Chicago Record Herald Friendship Tribute The man at whose funeral they were as sembled hadnt drawn a sober breath dur ing the last 15 years of his life and had been noted for always being in trouble with his neighbors Vellaid one of his old aCt quaintances turning sadly away after the services were oerhhe was a man of mighty reglar habits Chicago Tribune p Do Your Feet Ache and Burnt Shake into your shoes Allens FootEare a powder for the feet It makes tight orNew ItchingSwollenanSweatingShoeStoresAddressThe Wrong Kflfect Do you think De Squealer is helping the songsImsang last night four men who never drank in all their spreeSanI am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ngoMn Thos Robbins Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1900 p- It is claimed that fortune favors the brave but wed all be brave if we really be lieved itPuck p Iloxilea Croup Cure Checks a cold in one hour 50 cents The poet is born but the mere verse writer is apt to be selfmade Puck sere Cs- ie tta tIASHJ t taryTheand 350 shoes tor style comfort andwear has all ether makes sold atprice This excellent reputation has DouglMsboesother S30O and 350 shoes because lilia 350ahoeamuathas always been placed ao high that the moneyin elsewhereWLand 350ahoea manufacturerswWcannot be equalled at any price r T W L Dougam 3OO aria 93 SO ha ara utmdm of thm m mm high Kai Immthmrm used In 95 ass 99 ahes and arm Just as fmmtl everywhereInsistwith name and price stamped on bottom Tiuglsebshoesactor shoeI ni anywhere oa reeetpt of price and rv 26 cte addltlonal for My tlct etutomdepantnentwtllmakeyona pair that win equal Stand M eas x tom toad shoe in style fit and k wear Take measurement or f0 fiv footaj shown on model Ut slzeandwldthb0 lam or usht spied A at gnsranteed pairstFut Cl ry iMetrw W1 Dosilas Mreckiaa dasbc Oco 4 Millions of Mothers CUTICURA SOAP assisted by Cutkura Ointment USEthe great skin cure for preserving purifying and beauti fying the skin of infants and children for rashes itchingft and chafing for cleansing the scalp of crusts stake and dan druffand the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening andsoothing red roughand sore hands and for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Millions of Women use Cuticura Ilol Soap in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and excoriations for too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanathre antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers No amount of persuasion can induce thOle who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to use any others especially for preserving and purifying the skin- combines p scalp and hair of infants and children Cutkura Soap delicate emollient properties derived from Cutkura the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing isl refreshling of flower odours No other niedicafed soap is to be compared i with it for preserving purifying and beautifyingth skin scalp- halt and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap jj how j ever expensive is to be comParedwith it for all the purposes oflIl 0 the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE the BESTskin and complexion soaP the MT toilet and baby soap in the world I ldtj J 3 n Complete External ndlfinternal Treatment far g JM- uOtt Consisting of CUHCOH1 SOAP to eleasse the ekiaof cnMtfand stales and soften the thickened cutkle CJTIcmu OnrnrEXT to Cora lnetanUy allay Itching lnflamnuanon anti ln1a and soothe and heal and CaTICURA RESOLVETt oLaadeteaas5 the blood dlllIgTHof hair when all else falls old throughout the world Depot F NLwaay- foss 615 Z1 and 2s CkarterhuueSq London POTIKB Duo AUDTCUDI Oo RMi Prop BotCoBU s A cotmgk streak a+se0ooa ttsaG e excelled these writsge e r Ctwa LiveStock CuWe will IwnUb duplicate ofLivsS5ck SpeeinesReekAN KELLOGG NEWSFAPJEX C- Om Wt rack SUCH srTiL J u A STEAMER SUNK City of Golconda Struck by a Squall and Turned Over in Ten Feet of Water I BOAT WAS EN ROUTE TO PADUCAH KY The Number of Passengers and Crewh Drowned Was Eighteen Most of the Former Being Women l a Several of Those on Board Jumped Into the Hlvcr and Were Afterward Ticked Up fly float and Taken Ashore Paducah Ky Aug 20The steamer I City of Golconda plying between this city and Elixabethtown III was struck by a squall during u storm about 7 oclock Monday night as she was en route to Paducah anti turned over in ten feet of water six miles above the citml she was going into Crowells lending The disaster occurred as supper was served and many of the 75 passengers were in time cabin Capt ItS a IJauer andI Pilot E E Peek were the lust to leave the boat nod swam ashore They saved several struggling in the water and left the survivors in a house near the bank and tame to the city Capt Bauer who arrived here two hours niter the catastrophe said The boat was getting ready to laud iwheu the squall struck her and she listed Several passengers who were inside jumped overboard and were caught by the boat The ladies nil of whom were in the cabin could not be reached The boat settled downs in ten feet of water over a reef and two of the men who were in the cabins H E Horton and N S Quartennoiisi of Hampton broke through the glass and were aved Only One AVomnn Saved Three colored deck hands saved a woman and child and 1 think she tint i the only woman saved A yawl that had broken loose was caught bysome of those struggling in the water and taken to the bank We returned to the boat on this but could find no signs of life and returned to shot The boat was valued at about 2 500 The Mary X left soon aftcrthe sur hoot readied the city for the scene The = Mary N returned at 1130 Mon ofI cuers could not get into the cabin The only woman saved was Mrs IJaydoh wife of the engineer It is reported the engineer abandoned the engines when tbe wind struck the boat and t rushed to save hiwife and the pilot Tcould ntftrrninage the Vessel List of the Drowned Evansville Ind Aug 20 Eighteen lives were lost by the sinking of the City of Golconda as follows Miss Lizzie Graham of Grahamville Ky Miss Trisie Grimes Grahamiville Kv Mrs W A Hogan and three children I Paducah Ky Watts Davis Living ston county Ky Mrs David Adams Smithland Ky Miss Lacey Barnettf Sniithland Ky Clarence Slayden Nyyy peddlersyMiss Lizzie Graham daughter of one of the wealthiest tobacco manu facturers of Paducah was prominent in society She would have been mar vied shortly Miss Trixie Grimes oi Grahamsville was also of a prominent family Mrs W A Hogan in trying to rescue her three children pulled all four down A white horse and a minister on hoard the boat the superstitious de clare caused the accident MISSOURI Two Colored Men Charged With V Murder of n White tart Pat to v Death lly n Slob Pierce City Mo Aug OWi1I Godley a Negro was taken from jail UH11lynched by a mob composed ol 1000 armed citizens shortly aftci dark Monday night for the inuntat of Miss Cnselle Wild whose dead body was found Monday in the woods neat hereThe mob threw ropes around the necks of Godley and Jean Garter another suspect Sodley was hanged jin front of the Lawrence hotel and hits body riddled with bullets Carter guilt was not clearly established and the was taken back to jail Carter has since ben taken out b the mob riddled with bullets and let lving in the street The European Squadron Washington Aug 20Tliinavy de partment announces that the Euro pcari squadron of American war yes gels will rendezvous at Genoa Italy The cruiser Chicago now at South ajnpton will proceed south to that post where she will meet the cruiser Albany and the gunboat Nashville uow at Seichelle islands Shot By a Girl Richmond Ya Aug 2lJtiss C- 1felt 18 years old daughter of HotcC Jroprietor Ncflf of Ilunil Retreat ilonday shot 13 Woxelbauin a Ma con Ga produce buyer in the let t breast witli a 2Scal5ber rifle balk be cause she alleges he accosted her ot the Btrtet The wound is not serious c Tve Xesroen 1116Tn to Atoms ColUKiWa S C Aug3tEll Wai 1t r cud another Negro were blow r to atoius In a quark t4 Blaeksburg f rontlayl They hail prepared a Ijlasi f vin3JHCciUcntally dropped a drill omit t e i CQ y LOCATION CHANGED The Schley Conrt of Innnlrr Will Uc Held nt the VVathiiiKtoti uvy 1 nrd WasJiington Aug 20Tle navy department has finally decided that the sessions of the Schley court of inquiry will be held at the Washington navy yard A large room in the second storyor the gunners workshop has been set aside for the purpose It is a new building that has not been occupiedl Orders have been given to ave the room filled up for the use of the court During a conference with Acing Secretary Hackett Monday Messrs Raynor and WILson Schluys attorneys advised him that a com munication would be sent him relative to certain statements reported to have been made by Tr A lni How ison a member of the court of inquiry in regard to the SehJeySamp sun controversy The latter to Sec rotary Hackett will enclose copies of interviews purporting to have come from Adm Howison stating among other thud that the battle of Santiago was won bj Sampson 1 that the lnUers presence was unnecessary at the Huht that Schley deserves no credit for the victory and that between the two officers Samp bon is the better one Mr llaekctt is requested to forward this communication to Adm Howison for his consideration and a copy of that olliiirs reply to tin department is asked for BENZINE TANK EXPLODED Three or 1onr Iremen Were Killed 31any llndly llnriied Some of Whom AVI 1 1 Die Philadelphia Ausr 2011htle a large force of firemen were endeav oring to cheek the fire in a nest of burning oil tanks at the Atlantic Oil llcfining Cos plant at Point Breez- aboutJ 1230 oclock Tuesday mornin jan immense tank of benzinv suddenly exploded Many firemen were in close proximity to the tank and fellI victimsi Three or four were killed and ninny were badly burned before they could be rescued The dead firemen wen horribly burned nod their bodies horribly mutilated The bodies were hardly recognizable when brought to the morgue at 130 oclock Tuesday morning Some uf then in jured will tile Ten or 1 2 tanks of benzine and petroleum have been destroyed and the fire has not boon checked The fire it is thought will not hurt ftsol- 01st for severalI days The loss it iis estimated will probably he 500000 THE STEAMER ISLANDER The LOOM of Life fly Thnrxday llln- iinler in Lynn Canal Placed at Over Seventy Victoria B C Aug 20 Passen gers and nrembersof the crew of the steamer Islander who have arrivedI here agree that the loss of life by Thursdays disaster in Lynn canal1I will amount to OS but they admit that there were probably thc or more stowaways on the steamer and that the five children known to have been on board the steamer was either drowned or died of exposure do it is possible that the loss of life willI reach over 70 Some of the passengers believe I hattine ollicers were derelict ir their duty They assert that tthere was plenty off time between the time tint vessel struck the iceberg mid thu time she sank to have beached her and res cued the passengers REBELS ARE ACTIVE Continued nod 1ernlntent Attnr Made oil the Oiitxklrtw of Co lon and Iminiiia Kingston Jamaica Aug 20lJhe TJritish steamer Uosuoal arrived here Monday front Central Amerimn jHfrtsI and brought advices front olonitf continued and persistent attackn by the rebels on the outskirts of Colon and Panama The repented VfTorts on the part of the government to repulse the rebels have failed and the belief is gaining ground That the Colombian government iis weak cuing When the Jo neal left Colon the 151h ihe French cruiser Sucht was there and the arrival of BritishI and American war vessels was mix iously awaited lUfsincss was grip pled RUSSIAN BARK NEPTUNE It l s Feared the Vessel Was los t in the Iteeent Storm IVrecK arc Picked tp- Pcnsacola Fla Aug 20 It is fear ed that the Russian hark Neptune Capt y ittkolT which sailed from here August 10 for Montevideo was lost in th recent storm The foun dation for this fear is the fact than t pieces of the stern of a vesselt with the name Neptune were picked up Monday on the outer beach of Santa Hosa iisland several miles out Wm Idmixen expilot of tints city was a passenger on the Neptune lIttle Wonder Dead Philadelphia ugi lOLittie Won der the celebrated hackney stallion owiUd by 11 Cassat and importedi hy him it 1SS2 is dead from per itonitis Little Wonutsr was the lirst hackney stallion imported to lhi country teor InM Firm Kale of Cotton New York Aiug 20 The first bale of this years crop of Georgia cotton was fput up f9r51ltQ the cotton exchangef r Montr5 j It fetelicdt cuts a pound aVfancy price f t fir J SERIES OF GAINS The Steel Corporation Restored Several Properties Crippled by the Big Strike MONESSEN MILL PARTLY IN OPERATIC I tTlirco Mills of the Painter and Clark Plants Are Started Up for the First Time Ie of the ntlonal Tube Co Pith hurl Strike Twelve of the AniiilKtiiinted ten Quit at South ulcftJo Pittsburg Pa Aug OThe Lnitcd States steel corporation made a seriei of gains Monday in the restoration of properties crippled by the striK of the Amalgamated association and its sympathizers The steel mills at Monescn after a long period of inactivity were partly put in motion by strike breakers Two mills in the Painter plant were also started up and another large mill at th Clark property was also operated for the first time There was sortie disorder in the streets of lionesses during the day bit the local police never lost control of the demonstrative crowds and there was no serious trouble The reopening of the Mon ssen mill is believed to be the first of a cries of aggressive moves on tine part of the steel corporation Preparations are known to be in progress for reopening the Star tin mills in this city and for increasing the force at the Lindsay McCutih con mills and it is thought to be only a matter of time before the strong hold of the strikers like Newcastle andeThegstrikers deny that any real progress has been made at either Monessin or Painters and say that they are not frightened by the burning of a lot of coal and the mere operation of ma chinery They say that skilled men can not be secured outside of their ranks and that none of their men are deserting despite claims to tire contrary The managers of the Painter mills which now have our mills on claim that part of their new crews is made up of old em plo es who have come bail to work VICTORYfAhont GOO Men at the Xntloiinl Tulle AVorU Struck to He ollovvfil- lly Others The men of the Pennsylvania works of the National Tube Co in this city joined the strikers Moiuiay nurht and itiR said that tine force in the Frankstown plant will follow them Tuesday About 600 men left the Pennsylvania works and it is almost certain that alt of the remaining fOO will join in the movement and corn pletely tie up the property Thorn are about GOO men in the Frankstown property und the number of men added to the army of strikers b11m moo meit will be about 1300 Whim the strikers filed out of the Pennsyl vania works they made no explana tion to the ofHcials but to the m xvs paper men who they met outside they said that they would rather quit than lo work nonunion made kelp It was understood earlier Monday that time National Tube Co had announced an advance in wages and it Was thought that it would hold the men AT SOUTH CHICAGO Part of the IJlliioIn Steel Slllln Mere Strike Other Hay lie I ml 11 ceil to Quit ork Chicago Aug OA decided sen sation way t created Monday nigh among the steel workers = u the 11H nois steel mills at South Chicago when 12 of tint Amalgamated nun quit work stud decided to join the general strike of the steel workers These men heretofore huh steadmst l refused to obey resident ShafTers orders to strike As soon as Vice President Davis of time Fourth lis trlct was informed of tine step Thee men had taken he wired President Shaffer that if he would come to Chicago at once and coil a joint meet ing of the local lodges the remainder of the 500 Amalgamated men employ ed in time South Chicago mills could be induced to strike FIVE MEN KILLED During n llre In n Roundhouse Uynnmlte Hxploded AVI tit Ter rlble llennltn Tattle Falls N Y Aug 20The Mohawk Malone roundhouse at llerkimer was discovered to lit on fire at 103U Monday Watchman OilI bert and an engine tender named John Beck assisted by residents of the vicinity ninth members of the bridge building gang attempted to extinguish the Haines A large quantity of dynamite stored in the building exploded killing Gilbert and neck and four others Th bodies of the four rutttioned are not rccognix able Tin roundhouse was wrecked and bur ttt It is feared that theta ruinsSDied or Yellovr I ever Havana Aug 20The second man who was bitten by infected niosqnitos that inure beenset apart for the experiments oi Dr Callas the Br- atilian expert died of yellow fever Monday jYVr r c raw r r- w 1 1 Ct n J a STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS ittn git = POPULAR SUPERSTITION I It AVan Followed at Iotiixvlllo and the Drowned Body of H Boy- tVasi Found Lorijville Ky Aug 10 Accord ing t an old superstition prevailing nmonbp the lower class it is said that whcna person is drowned one should procure a piece of brend and cast it on theater and the bread will come to a standstill wherever the body tic- fbisjvas tried by Abraham Siegel a Irhuidof the family of the drowned boy Henry Smith ire bought a loaf of black bread cut a small hole in it and placed a candle in the hole and lighted the candle This he placed on a small board and with a shove sent it oun the river After floating around in the river for afwhile the craft came to a sud den stop and Siegel exclaimed that the body of young Smith was resting underneath George Ford a troy 17 years old and a wellknown diver around town was ready to make the dive and strange to say after one leap into the depth which was marl ed by the strange craft he brought the body to the surface- AEBENTURE COMPANIES Gov neekham 3Iade n lleumiit of Inspector tarry Hines to In Mlicct Them Frankfort Ky Aug UGo lieek ham Inns requested State Inspector Garry Hines to make an investigation of certain investments und debenture companies doing business in this state This is the result of a con Terence between Attorney General ITrrctfinridge and United States As sistant Attorney General 1 N Timer for the post office department at Washington und Attorney General Street of Ohio and also because many Kentuckians have filed charges against the socalled investment com panies While the governor Inns rec ommended the investigation of this matter it has been found that the state inspector is powerlo to net as there is no law empowering him to iwtke the iinvestigation It iis probable that at the next meeting of the legislature special legislation will be ud against these companies THREE SMALL LINES KentiifJkj Railroads May He Ab+ iHorhed lly the tiiiciiimttl tg llokliiK River Jlond v ranUfort 1yn Aug 1GTt is rumored that the Cincinnati Licking River railroad will absorb throve small ihJ operating between Welsville and Brooksvillf in Urackep county Flem ingsbiirg and llillsboro in Ileming county and between Morehead ml Vt Liberty in Rowan county Con nections are to be made between all these short lines Mr F J Hunter representing the Cincinnati fr Licdng Kiver Ilailroatl Co was in town Thursday looking up the records in order to show capitalists the advan tapes of the scheme DIED AT PETOSKEY A IV Graham First Vice Irenldcnt of the ouli4vllle t Nashville Bond lllesi of Fever Louisville Ky Aug 19A W Grt- mhanfirst vice president of the Louis villeeC Nashville railroad died Sun day at Petoskey Mich Mr Graham Eltrenid front a sunstroke during ithe hot weather in July and was taken to Pctoskey where he was attacked by typhoid fever which caused his death Mr Graham was promoted from traf lic manager 1o first vice president of Jlip Louisville Nashville on April 1 of this year He was a native of Scotland anti comparatively a young maiu A wife and several children survive him Tine remains will be brought to Louisville for burial Had llln Leg Amputated Frankfort Ky Aug 17William Stivers employed by Jeff Cook to haul rock to Frankfort from jlenson creek had his leg mashed under a large slab of stone while loading a wagon Thursday and had the 1 leg amputated Friday Cook employed n substitute who loaded the slab but in unloading it let it slip anti had his foot crushed toa pulp and willt probably have to have it amps tided Holly Stratton Iteiiplted- Lawrenceburg Ky Aug 13Sher iff Jlyatt received information from Frankfort Wednesday afternoon at 545 oclock that Holly Stmttin who was to pay the penaltywith his life olrj the gallows here Friday for 7he inunlei of Newton Searcy hud Iengrantud a respite of 10 lays On re ceipt of till news he niliuTlH the Imo slaUl very happy and I will never hang if the truth could be known Struck a Gash r I t jpjestonbnrg Kyy Aug IrThe new HQ mine Oil and Gas Co struck a- IQftJrrel oitldl on land leased frfliu Charlie Horton on lock Fork of1lhe Beaver river It required two greateicitentontn ri Elected TreaBiirer- Xonisvilli Ky dung l0A C Dgeu has been made treasurer Jf th 5troutrcportcd illj8 0 r f it l BY A BARTENDER IKILLED xlnIIJlltrne Win J McHmnr Shot and instantly Killed My I John Meaeher at Lexington t Lexington Ky Aug 17 ExMagis trace William J Jady McNamaiT J1100na bartender for John Darby in Wn son street McNamara who had kill ed his man and hind gone through numerous sensational shooting scrapes went ipto Meaghers place and kicked him out Meager went back and shot MeNamara five times There were no witnesses McNamara lied while eh route to the hospital ir an ambulance The Mc amara family iis wealthy and the men six brothers little a power in politics Three of 1JJJ hind killed their man and none mac been punished although one King lrnntara the youngest is now r fugitive for whom there is a rewarc of 1500FOR ONE MILLION tI lou1oJlItTobacco Co Louisville Ky Aug 19Telegram received from New York Sunday night contained the information that th Weissinger tobacco works of this city one of the biggest and most im portant of the independent concerns had been sold to the Universal To bacco Co for a sum stated to be 1 000000 Col II Weissinger is at his country home at Peewee Valley an1tt could not be reached Two officers ol the concern denied the truth of thereport but the presence of several prominent tobacco men from New York and St Louis who refuse tc talk but who are known to have held several conferences with Mr Weis singer gives color to the report and t a wellknown local financier who iill f snit to be interested in the deal lelltthe impression in an interview that the sale had been effected i THE CONSOLIDATION J Centrnl and Center Colleges nave Joined Iorce Alm T10 Theo logical Schools I Frankfort Ky Aug 161hl agree meat regulating the conHolldation olI I Center college at Dunvillr nn I Cen teal university of 1iehmond were fill in the secretary of states oflitf Thursday The agre ment dos away wth Central nniverfiity of Richmond and rives the consolidated eolJogjs the title of Central university of Ken tacky with the chief anti only col page at Danville Agreement of consolidation was also asked for the Presbyterian Theo IiQgical seminary at Louisville mind tine Danville TheologicalI 1minlJI They are consolidated under the IItllII of the Presbyterian Theological smni nary of Kentucky Theiinstitution will be in Louisville LAWSON BUYS A HORSE Plhry I1 Leyharn With n Record ot iU1 Sold to the Boston Million f nlre nnd Hornemnn Lexington Ky Aug IT Thomas Wi Lawson the Boston millionaire pnrdmsetlbyKy the 3yearold filly Mary P Lcy burn by Expedition dam Rose Ley Ulan by Onward for J10000 She won the first heat ot the Lexington Trotting Futurity as a Jycarold in af21 and lots worked this year on the Lexington track in 215 She is well engaged but it is understood Lawson purchased because of beauty and style rather than for speed Jim HovriirdH Counsel Frankfort Ky Aug 10Jadre Thomas 1 Gordon of Louisville lias been engaged as counsel for lim How art who is to be tried on the charge of murdering Car Goebel It iis ru mored that a prominent democrat lawyer of this city will also nct with Judge Gordon in conducting the lee tense Got Ileekhiim Happy Frankfort Ky Aug 17Time stork stopped at Gov Iteckhntns mansion at fills Friday morning and left a baby girl The governor is at Bards town The mother is doing well This is tin first baby horn in tit executive mansion since the luickner administration Small Girl Girl Wounded Louisville Ky Aug 19ln a street duel between Joe Garr and Andrew Uobsoii on one side and Nelson An than on the other Ethel McDonald the ISycnrold laughter of J H Me onahi a druggist was hit by a stray bullet Anthan used a knife and Garr fired the shuts Preached Against Elk Lexington Ky lug 19 Her M Collins preached sermon here on the recent Klks fair He said the cxhi bition wns untit to be seen by women and children and declared the Kiks took tariff front vice by acceptintj SItOOO for the gambling privileges I DOn ht An Interest In the Journal Georgrt iinterest in the lentuckyJonni1In neVv paper recently started her 1lr Fetter owns one of the largest print lag plants in Louisville l A F OLIVEL blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY WE A TRIAL lteD1ouwnlGIVE done or repairiaf aeoQ c HorMihoing a ipeelvU I also keep a fall Hat o- fUndrtakra GOOdl Common Rotewood tod Solid liliefe lnnt Coffee and CBSM whiek t be ted op IBi ihort notice aid at reuea iblo price 9jn nt a call JIlL Shop near the Jail I STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surrey arriagea safe teamsco Customers lerved with courtesy and politeness Pa aronaRe solicited Telephone 19 oath Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and tree our Stock Ever tbiiig up to date MARY BERKNDKS Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try Ing to please you than wft old reliable R U CALDWELL WILL CROWILL DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Once over Cowgill CowgilPa Drue storeMC Ee EAKER General Grocers Powell Block Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Block ol I J C Bondurast would be pleRtedj tit htv ell old frlendi to clIFrekGDed kad Choice BKinl W Je BARRY CO AT EUCKNERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WiltRepair or Paint your old one BLAC2SMITHIKG OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II P Xtemley Joe W JionnttU BENNETT REMLEY =ATTaxNEYS AT LAW Will practice in all Courts especially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton counties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Hetnleya in Hickman The Big Four Route Is a Railway System Comprlslncr 1 2500 Mlles of Superb Roidwif Built and Equipped In the Most Approved Manaer of Modern Railway Cowtructloa The Passenger Train Service ortMiBIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 r Passenger Trains per day requiriag i for their operation V e 150 Passenger Locomotive i j 450 Passenger Cars J V 2S Parlor Cars r Jj20 Dining and Cale Cars 4 + 11 i la addlttea to which Sixty PiUrns i Ac Sleepers art r in Continuous 5eryloe i Uthe BIG FOUR asd its Thro a Lives l Carrt t r WARReN 3 LYNCH W p Blh 1 1h a 4ireahHTltfAItI AHLGlaT AiClucumtt0 + i i A t iU t u fwY N1 ab Mra 01 1- f j t jC Ao 0 2 Ii 1- t y nOME SWEET HOME- rLi r Dr Talmage Extols It as a Field c of Usefulnessq- a4d L i rA Sermon for the Encouragement of SphercilIf DlHerent y Copyright 1S01 by Louis Klopsch t N Y- In h J 4 this discourse Dr Talmage extols home as a field of usefulness and esii pecially encourages wives and mothI ers text Genesis 127 Male and fe aiale created He them j In other words God who can make no mistake made man and woman for1 a specific work and to move in particu Jar spheres man to be regnant in his realm woman to be dominant in hers The boundary line between Italy and Switzerland between England and Scotland is not more thoroughly marked than this distinction between the empire masculine and the empire feminine So entirely dissimilar are Mhe fields to which God called them that you can no more compare them than you can oxygen and hydrogen water and grass trees and stars AUI 4this talk about the superiority of one sexto the other is an everlasting waste of ink and speech A jeweler may have a scale so delicate that he can weigh the dust of diamonds but where are the scales so delicate that you can weih in them affection sentiment against sentiment thought against thought soul against soul a mans word against a womans word ft You come out with your stereotyped remark that man is superior to woman in intellect and then I open on my desk the swarthy irontyped thunderI bolted writings of Harriet Martineau and Elizabeth Browning and George Eliot You come on with your stereo typed remark about womans superior ity to man in the item of affection but I ask you where was there more ca V pacity to love than in John the disciple and Robert JfcCheyne the Scotchman and John Summerfield the ethodstI and Henry Martyn the missionary Stfi The heart of those mep was so larg that after you had rolled into it the hemispheres there was room still left ito marshal the hotts of Heaven and setup the throne of the eternal Jehovah fl deny to man the throne intellectual FT deny to woman the throne affection val Xo human pI raseology will ever define the spheres while there is an Intuition by which we know when a man is in his realm and when a woman is in her realm and when neither ofI them is out of it Xo bungling legisla ture ought lo attempt to make a defi nition or to say This is the line and that is the line ipI+ My theory is that if woman wants j to vote she ought to vote and that if a man wants to embroider and keep ua ahequcht to be allowed 4o em t raider andl Ikeep house There are masculine women and there are ef i 4etft l feminate men My theory is that yon have no right to interfere with any ones doing anything that is righteous Albany and Washington might as well decree by legislation how high a brown f thrasher should fly or how deep a i trout should plunge as to try to seek Gut the height or the depth of worn t Ins duty The question of capacity kill settle finally the whole question the whole subject When a woman is prepared to preach she will preach 1 r presbyteryrpared to move in highest commercial spheres she will have great influence on the exchange and no boards of trade can hinder her I want woman to understand that heart and brain can overflow any barrier that politicians may set up and that nothing can keep her back or keep her down but the question of capacity I knowthere are women of most un desirable nature who wander up and down the country having no homes of their own or forsaking their own homes talking about their rights and we know very well that they them pclves are fit neither to vote nor fit to keep house Their mission seems to be to humiliate the two sexes at the thought of what any one of us might become Xo one would want to live under the laws that such women would r enact or to have cast upon society the children that such women would raise But I will show you that the best rights that woman can own she already has In her possession that her position in this country at this time is not one of commiseration but one of congrat elation that the grandeur and power of her realm have never yet been ap preciated that she sits today on a throne so high that all the thrones of earth piled on top of each other would trot make for her a footstool Here is the platform on which she stands Away down below it are the ballot box R and the congressional assemblage and the legislative hall s i Woman always has voted and always will vote Our greatgrandfa thers thought they were by their votes putting Washington into the presidential chair Xo Ills mother by the principles she taught kIm and by the habits he inculcated made him presi lent It was a Christian mothers I hand dropping the ballot when Lord i philosophizedand Jonathan Edwards thundered of judgmeVti to come How many men stntiontto sfand thCjtest to which their moral principlerwas put bad it not been for a wifes voice that encouraged them I to do right and a wifes prayer that fi= fibuntlcd louder than the clamor of partisanship WIjv joy friends the ji i right of suffrage as we men exercise it seems to be a feeble thing You a i Christian man come up to the ballot nightaterjc 4 4 + n r r t1 scouring of the street and he drops his vote and his vote counteracts yours But if in the quiet of home life a daughter by her Christian demeanor a wife by her industry a mother by her faithfulness casts a vote in the right direction then nothing can re sist it and the influence of that vote will throb through the eternities My chief anxiety then is not that woman have other rights accorded her but that she by the grace of God rise up to the appreciation of the glorious rights she already possesses I shall only have time to speak of one grand and all absorbing right that every woman has and that is to make home happy That realm no one has ever disputed with her Men may come home at noon or at night and they tarrya comparatively little while but she nil day long governs it beautifies it sanctities it It is within her power to make it the most attractive place on earth It is the only calm harbor in this world You know as will as I do that this outside world and the business world is a long scene of jostle and conten tion The man who has a dollar struggles to keep iti the man who has it not struggles to got it Prices up Prices down Losses Gains Misrepresentations Gougings Un derselling Buyers depreciating salesmen exaggerating Tenants seeking less rent landlords demand ing more Gold fidgety Struggles about office Men who are in trying to keep in men out trying to get in Slips Tumbles Defalcations Pan ics Catastrophes 0 woman thank God you have a home and that you may be queen in it Better be there than wear a queens coronet Better be there than carry the purse of a princess Your abode may be hum ble but you lan by your faith in God and your cheerfulness of de meanor gild it with splendors such as nn upholsterers hand sever yet kindledThere are abodes in the city humble two stories four plain un papered rooms undesirable neigh borhood and yet there is a man here todaywho would die on the threshold rather than surrender it Why It is home Whenever he thinks of it he sees angels of God hovering around it The ladders of Heaven are let down to this house Over the childs rough crib there are the chantings of angels as those that sounded over Bethlehem It is home These children may come up after awhile and they may win high posi tion rind they may have an affluent residence but they will not until their dying day forget that humble roof under which their father rested and their mother sang and their sis ters played Oh if you would gather up all tender memories all the lights and shades of the heart all banquet ings and reunions all filial fraternal paternal and conjugal affections and yoUi3iad only just y four letters to rspcllout that height iiur Iopth and length and breadth and magnitude and eternity of meaning you would with streaming eyes and trembling voice and agitated hand write it out in those four living capitals IIOMK What right does woman want that is grander than to be queen in such a realm Why the eagles of heaven cannot fly across that dominion Horses panting and with lathered flanks are not swift enough to run to the outpost of that realm They say that the sun never sets upon the English empire but I have to tell you that on this realm of womans influ ence eternity never marls any bound Isabella fled from the Spanish throne pursued by the nations anathema but she who is queen in a home will never lose her throne and death it self will only be the annexation of heavenly principalities When you want to get your grand est idea of a queen you do not think of Catherine of Russia or of Anne of England or Maria Theresa of Aus tria but when you want to get your grandest idea of a queen you think of the plain woman who sat opposite your father at the table or walked with him arm in arm down lifes pathway sometimes to the thanks giving banquet sometimes to the grave but always togethersoothing- your petty griefs correcting your childish waywardness joining in your infantile sports listening to your evening prayers toiling for you with needle or at the spinning wheel and on cold nights wrapping you up snug and warm And then at last on that day when she lay in the back room dying and you saw her take those thin hands with which she toiled fo you so long and put them together in a dying prayer that commended you to God whom she had taught you to trust oh she was the queen The chariots of God came down t fetch her and as she went in al Heaven rose up You cannot think of her now without a rush of tender ness that stirs the deep foundations of your soul and you feel as much a child again ns when you cried on her lap and if you could bring her backagain to speak just once more your name as tenderly as she used to speak it you would be willing to throw yourself on the ground and kiss the sod that covers her crying Mother mother Ah she was the queen she was the queen Now can you tell me how manyi thawouldc t she got to the ballot box Compared with this work of training kings and queens for God and eternity how in significant seems all this work of voting for aldermen and common councilmen and sheriffs and con stables and mayors and presidents Tq make one such grand woman as I have described BOW many thousand would you want of those people who go in the round of godlessness and fashion and dissipation distorting I r L r M J their body and going so far toward disgraceful apparel as they dare go policethlirand a caricature of the vicious and an insult to that God Who made them women and not gorgons and tramping on down through frivo lous and dissipated life totemporal and eternal destruction Oh woman with the lightning of tr1ur soul strike dead at your feet ali these al lurements to dissipation and to fashion Your immortal soul cannot be fed upon such garbage God calls you up to empire and dominion Will you hae it Oh give to God your heart give to God gur best energies give to God all jfur cul ture give to God all your refinement give yourself to Him for this world and the next Soon all these bright eyes will be quenched and these voices will be hushed Forithe last time you will look upon this fair earth fathers hand mother hand sisters hand childs handbill be no more in yours It will leLifight and there will come up a cold Anrift from the Jordan and you must start Will it be a lone woman oiEa track less moor Ahno Jesus will come up in that hour and offer His hand and He will say You stood by me when you were well now JB will not desert you when you are sick One wave of Ills hand and the sTorm will drop and another wave of His hand and midnight shall wreak into mid noon and another wave of His hand and the chamberlains of God will come down from the treasure houses of Heaven with robe lustrous + blood washed and Heaven glinted jn which you will array yourself forjthe mar riage supper of the Lamb And then with Miriam who struck the timbrel by thelted sea and with Deborah who led the Lords host into the fight and with Hannah who gave her Sam uel to the Lord and with Mary who rocked Jesus to sleep while there were angels singing in the air and with Florence Nightingalei who bound up the battle wounds of the Crimea you will from the chnliee trr God drink to the souls eternalreseue One twilight after lhdd been playing with the children for some time I lay down on the lounge to rest and half asleep anti half awake I seemed to dream this dream It seemed to me that i was in a far dis taut landnot Persia although more than oriental luxuriance crowned the cities nor the tropics Although more than fmitfulness filledthe gar dens nor Italy although more than Italian softness filled the air And 1 wandered around looking for thorns and nettles but I found none of them grew there AndS walked forth and 1 saw the sun rise and I said When will it set again and the sun sank not And I saw all the people in holiday apparel and I said When will theIut on working I ipUIrirttri neither the garments nor the robes did they put off And 1 wandered in the suburbs and said Where do they bury the dead of this great city And I looked along b3 the hills where it would be most beauti ful for the dead to sleep and I saw castles find towers and battlements but not a mausoleum nor monu ment nor white slab could I see And I went into the great chapel of the town and I said Where do th poor worship Where are the benches on which they sit And voice answered11e have nt poo Jn this great city And wandered out seeking to find the place where were the hovels of the destitute an I found mansions of amber and ivory and gold but no tear did I see o Jligh hear 1 was bewildered and +it under the shadow of a great tree and I said What am I andwhenc comes all this And at that momen- these came from among the leaves skipping up the flowery paths and across the sparkling waters a bright and sparkling group an when I saw their step I knew it and when I heard their voices I 1 I knew them but their apparel was so different from anything I had ever seer I bowed a stranger toI strangers Hut after awhile the+ y clapped their hands and shouted Welcome Welcome ff the mystery was solved and I saw that time had passed and that eternity had come and that God had gathere- us up into a higher home and T said Are all here and the voices of in numerable generations answered All here And while tears of glad ness were raining down our cheeks Lebanorn cedar were clapping their hands and the towers of the great city were chiming their welcome we began to laugh and sing and leap and shout Homel1Inrl11ltoeo on a Rampage Word comes from Crisfield lU of the death of one man from an attack made by mosquitoes whiles he was passing through a woo ltAnother report from Austin Tex tens of an attack made upon oil operators in the region of Sabine Tex in which mosquitoes came from the sal t marshes in great clouds that darkened the sun and forced the work men to flee for their esJanyhead of cattle and horses were re ported killed in ahia last attack As the government has lately expressed an intention to exterminate njsqaiii- ttoes and suggested Ute uae of ikero Rene oil on ponds and stagnant Tta tIter this fierce and aggressive atiack by the enemy must have been tofscize the base of supplies t Defluin bTEartA teacher requested each scholarr to give a sentence containing the word toward One boy of = nine pantsLcdger 10 ri Pf IJ SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY The number of ants in five nests bas recently been counted They varied from 93004 down to 12933 The largest nest in the world is built by the mound bird a sort of Australian fowl It makes mounds sometimes WO feet in circumference in which it buries its eggs five feet deep The fishes of America north of the Isthmus of Panama as listed by Jordan and Kvermann embrace three lasses 30 orders 235 families 1113 genera 335 subgenera 3262 species and 133 subspecies The total output of coal in the Unit ed States in 1900 was 237540000 short tons an increase of 13800000 over pre vious year The value of the product j was 297920000 This shows that the United States leads the world An interesting meteorological sta tion Is that of Mammoth Tank on the line of the Southern Pacific railwayin Diego county California The mean annual rainfall for 23 years has been 181 inches maximum temperature 130 degrees on August 17 1878 hottest month July with a mean of 985 de greesGrains of the same plant differ muck in color and M Hoedefleiss has been trying to show a corresponding variation in germination Comparing I green and yellow rye he has found quicker germination in the former whose plants however seem to haeII smaller development and to form their grains later- According to the distinguished French anthropologists Gabriel and Adrien de Mortillet there was a junc tion between Europe and America by way of the British Isles the Faroes Iceland and Greenland in what is known as the Chellean epoch which is supposed to have ended a hundred and fifty or sixty thousand years ago Torpedo tubes made of aluminium Instead of steel have been placed on board of two destroyers at Ports mouth The use of these tubes at present is experimental but so con siderable will be the paving in weight an important matter in connection with light craft like destroyersthat- if successful aluminium tubes will be generally used in place of steel tubes The best test for rubies and emer alds says Dr Immanuel Friedlaendcr of Berlin is microscopic examination dearly every ruby and all emeralds have many defects which are so char ncteristlc that the expert can recog nize them and which cannot be pro duced in artificial stones True emer alds have minute inclosures of liquids and curious dentrites Sapphires also show peculiar nestlike formations A magnifying power of 100 diameters suffices to reveal the characteristic defects HOT WEATHER PHILOSOSHY Sensible ReHolotlou of a Southern r Jinn non r tlti JrUie Tlrenorae Hunt Subject In the summer I make it a rule neveryes never to talk about hot weather and to think about it as lit tle as possible said the man in the linen suit relates the New Orleans TimesDemocrat and I find I am able to keep comparatively cool and I certainly get more enjoyment out of the long months of summer than myefriend with the query Is it warm enough for you and when they put aathinkdof something else never a anydwhere else never permit one in myoffice hotIweather makes a man hotter or he thinks he is hotter and after all standting an3 weather that might be sent along If a man meets a thermometer staring him in the face at every street officedinto which he goes and finds one ther mometer records 9S degrees another Avontders which iis right and keeps his eyes out for another thermometer to compare its readings with the oth tees First thing you know that man gets the thermometer and the hot weather habit He looks at the ther mometer to learn how warm he is and maydfeel he gets when he sees a high temperature rec ord and he gets hotter or thinks he does which is the same in the end every time he aces the mercury in the glassOn the other hand the man who keeps quiet and does not think about the weather is never worried about the weather Thlratr Home 011 a Hot Day How much water can a horse drink without Iceiing any ill effects Here is a question that several people con nectcd with a Kensington mill are ask log themselves A man left his horse and buggy in front of the office for half an hour the other day first tip ping the toy a nickel to give the horse a bucket of water Soon after the manager went out and seeing the horse with its little bonnet getting tit y he wet the headgear and gave the animal a second bucket of water A clerk going out for lunch was moved with compassion to water the horse and be was followed by a traveling salesman who offered the pparent1y thirsty animal a fourth bucket The horse drank them all as well as a fifth bucket held up to him by a benevolent boy Finally the proprietor came out and exclaimed That horse must have some water He was told that it had already had five buckets bti- tsaIdXo matter give it a chance at a sixth Itwont drink unlesr it wants itThe horse drank a sixth bucket of water and still lives JPhlUdelplU Record 0 f r RELIABLET MMMBBBH R B BREYARD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes 4 of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredati ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANT DAS 1tEPREllNThOS ROOFING A SPECIALTY IIIBBIIIIi 34N- HICKMANfENTITCSY Ii f 1 Capital Stock paid in50OOOSur- plus and Undivided Profits2QOOOf ti Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfullysolicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Mosler Patent 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