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N s S i f Y T t 1 f A J r THE HICKM Ni JRIERiI I 4t fir l OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN STERN KEN2CTOKY 1 f id ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN4 FULTON C NTTKYSEPT 6 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 41 w r aaq 11 I A fI J- c f Q k r rt I Cold Facts p H i or Hot Weather fo Jnake room For New Goods to close odd lotsto clgaiiCp stock We offer extra value in r Lawns Percales and Wash Fabrics0 ft Here 1Fic Special Offerings iin Salable and SeasonableE Wash i Goods to wliielr Y3B invite your attention Vv b- T it ijw e = = CPC =w w w y I U LOT NO1a r 27 in Luzon Cords and Latest Lawns Largo assortment of white grounds with colored fig ures stripes and lois also black navy and blue grounds with stripes figures aud dots ncIIII FormePprico 7 and 8c To close w V w LOT NO 2 t j 32 in Batisto and Dimity white grounds rI v with black blue and colored figures A13o f black grounds witn white lignr s r Former price 10 and 2e to chasee l f We Headquarters everything Dry and Furnishings sole agents iforthe celebrated Corsetsi SitI SHAWS SONS V II I NN I N rM N NM N SN5 TTTrTT7Tv 14 iisiIsjIf11 L P Ellison and wife left for St Monday 1llissfrom her outing cster New fall Dress from per yard at AMBEUOS Mrs W C Johnson left Wednesday morning for visit to Caruthersville Mo Mrs N Kingman has gone to SL Louis for visit to relatives for weeksWanted111 the to let us show them new fall Dress and Trim wings at AMBEROS The Depot at Tcnn was destroyed by fire Friday lost The books were saved i j Mr and Mrs Ed Prather Mr and Mrs Jack Dr and Mrs J M Hubbard in City Mrs Herring the of herI daughters t i ii V TTTT-i fco s II SLOT NCi V 32 in Dimities and Batistes In all to close lrsSw r w I LOT NO 4 32 in Laco Stripe Mulls and Elysian Sheer Cloth in variety of colors and patterns Price 12i IS and 20c z LOT N 05 1 t A largo assortment of Laces in all varieties r Jxontil tO d wjduJ hut sold at 5 andJOo per yard good to closo 5c I are for in Goods j iII Gents Also 1 i G D i i B w + tt n t r I J Louis night 1 summer Goods ayII a a several ladies Goods Union Martin z c Millet spent Sunday Union with guest i V a e a 4 inchct 7 vulncs I 1 Big lot of Flannelettes for dressing IHacks and Waists just received at- AMnERiS Miss Cora Lobia Brown is visiting relatives in Rives Tenn triptoEastlake and Newport Chiviots fo boys waists and ladies shirt waists just opened at AMUEHGS Mrs J J Young and daughter Rose bud are visiting in Paducah Mrs C O Thomas of Memphis vis ited Mrs A A Paris last week SHOESI LIKE 85OO SHOES THE SHOE STORERICE fc NAYLOR Mr and Mrs Jeff Alexander have re turned home after a visit to Mrs A A FarisHerwan leftWednesdflYville Ky Mr Jim Maddox of State Lino LexingtonWhen the schools open please re member that wo have what you need and we know what you want WILSONS BOOK STORE Miss Sadio Amberg has been elected City Tax Assessor In this the Council did itself honor r g 1 Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS Messrs Roy W McKinney and M D Robbins of Paducah were registeredat the Laclede Sunday EARLY FALL STYLES LADIES FINE SHOES STOKErRICE NAYLOR The pastor of the Baptist Church will discuss the subject of Hell Sunday at 11 oclock and Heaven at 745 at night All are invited The alloy in front of J W Rogers residence is to be widened 10 feet which will make a beautiful drive and needed improvement Laundryin25 per cent on Collars and Cuffs Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR granddaughter TiptonilIeformerl ing friends here for the past week The following young couples from SundayLindayCampTomHarrySublettvin Johnson and Miss Kate Dunnavant +MULES FOR SALE Two young mules for sale Apply to SWw L H BACON Hickman Ky 3a c COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS 4 Hickman Ky Sept 2 1901 lnEil met in regular session Pres Ce SwaynellllrevardB elan JfMites of the last regular meeting WSijLTead and on motion approved and following accounts nerd pre soap properly approved and on motion aland checks ordered issued lor a ts T lion Jr street pay roll i 8OFrt ts 1800 Cicredited on river bank ida held by M B Shaws te 37 0 G Back labor repairing nnel material for same 42 45 N hrfillingwashinstreet1W b0 Reof City Treasuror for Aug 1901 r OKNL FOND ACCOUNT To Per July report is 253 13 To treod of H aHelm 09 27 To recdof City Tax Col 11U141 Jt204381 IBY ks paid in Aug 86262 Badredit this account 1181 19 pCOLLEGE BOND ACCOUNT To W per July report 3980I To iitreceived of R M Isler 1000 00 B Ball wedit this account 1030 80 BySEiood3 paid f800 00 By f6I1tpald 65 60 865 80 BaUfrcredid this account 174 20 8 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To balance per July report 110 75 To aibunt recd of City Clerk 23 75 134 50 By merest paid on bonds 45 00 1ftlffcredit this acct 89 50 jtfujlbange in Water and Light Bond acabiit since last report l W C Joni150i CT of Supt of Water Light Plant Aug 1901 in Treasury Aug let 8 81 38 I Ref during Aug 278 70 355 08 Am t paid out during Aug 288 34 Bala1 KB in Treasury Sept 1st 71 74 TOM DILLON JR Rep of City Marshal for August 1901 Tax Collected SlWl 41 I H Id Treasurers receipt for same Ton DILLON JR C M i croreKOi greport3 vere r ei etj- oidcredspread upoti the records pub Nlished and filed r CEMETERY GROUNDS The committee appointed to investi gate the purchasing of ground for cern etery purposes were granted further time in which to do so OPENING NEW STREET The committee appointed to investi openingIthe most suitable way would be to widen the alley in front of Mr J W Rogers residance by purchasing a strip 10 feet wide off the south side of lots No 143 and 144 owned by Mr B T Davis and that Mr Dayis has agreed to sell said strip for the sum of Sixty Dollars On motion the report was accepted by the Council and the said sum of Sixty Dollars ordered paid to Mr Davis as soon as a satisfactory deed has been delivered to the city for said property NUISANCES ORDEBED ABATED Motion was made that the clerk notify Mrs W D Powell and Mrs Jane Am berg to abate the nuisances on lots Nos 41 and 42 respectively and put the buildings on same in good repair at once The same having been recom mended by the City Board of Health ASSESSOR ELECTED Mr H N Cowgill City Assessor tendered his resignation as said assess or and on motion same was accepted by the Council The office of City Assessor having been made vacant by the resignation of Mr Cowgill Miss Sadie Amberg was nominated as City Assessor and on motion was appointed bv the unanamous Vote of the Council Miss Amberg ap peared before Mayor Dillon and the oath of office as said assessor was ad midistered to her by him On motion the Supt of the Water and Light Plant was instructed to re powerhonsoOn motion the assessment of Mr Ma Johnsons property was reduced to 8350 The following amendments werfc made to Mr Bucks proposition to wit That any permanent improvement made by Mr Buck by authority of the Waterworks Committee the city to pay the actual cost of such improve ments at the termination of their con contract and if the Council should see proper to grant free street sprinkling on Clinton St the city is to pay Mr BUCK sprinkling wateringtroughs upOn City Attorney was in structed to draw up a contract between embodying propositionTheinstructed to FrenzJMerchants Bank and L P Baltzer to put down stone or brick curbing at intheOn motion council adjourned 1H1 f A a ww r 0 r w w Fw i t ip1 r i iIvJt r BEAUTIFULI PICTURE 1 1 1GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY i tit j 200 WORTH OF I g GOODS A T I 7 f- L y l D SiIMMONS t Il1 DEALER IN 1 j DRY NISHINGS GOODS SHOES GENTS HATS F RIdId fJiJi it yiSt S I U Ty t lky AT BUCHANANS OLD STAND t fJI 1 hiw w I 1 IN RE THE INSULAR GASES I When the supreme court of the United States deliver ed its opinion in the famous insular cases it created great excitement The decision apparentlycussed at gre1Jt length in the press and by the prominent members of the bar the country over says the Evans ville Courier The other day Representa tive Littlefield revived tliQ excitement by his address befog the Am xicah Bar As ston ltie 1v r cpeaKIng i of the decisions he said that considering the manner in which they were reached the incongruity of the results and the variety of inconsistant views expressed by the dif ferent members of the court they are without a parallel in our judicial history He intimated very strongly that he didnt consider the inci dent closed and that at some future time the court would reverse itself When he finished his ad dress he was cheered by the association as a body The fact is suggestive RAVE yon a sense of fullness in the ro gion of your stomach atter eating If so yon will be benefited by using Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stom ach They regulate the bowels too Price 25c Sold by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman TOO STINGY TO SUBSCRIBE J A story with a moral A payfor i could not get along without fborrowi neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a 4sta1ido r i r f bees and in ten minutes looked like a warty summer squash His cries reached his father who ran to his assistance and failing to notice a barbpd wire fence ran into it breaking iit down cutting a handful of fleshrfa tjrolllthis alittti11itrall1111111 iug a 4 pair ofpants Theold cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and got into the cornfieldand killed herself eating green corn Hearing the racket the wife ran and upset a 3 gallon churn full of rich cream into a basket of kittens drowning the whole flock In the hurry she droppedset of teeth The baby being left alone cralled through the spilled cream and into the parlor ruining a brand new 20 ND j MUSIC CLASS Miss Mabel French will open her inn sic class Monday week at the resi lento of Mrs McClure Thanking her old patrons for past patronage she so licits a continuance of same and the fa vor of new ones 4 A4U4A4Z434 4 4 11 SHAW11 11 c 4 4 1H s alt Kinds of i r p GOI1E rrrrrrirrrc94 c r Ii I tjjJvEBN S 1 111- J EI3TE3 f BiiDiiiZf Our line of licll s Fine Shoes for Fall f wear just 1UCiVe- 1S J iI EWLIFEFOR I t IN 4 J Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Leather f JIn Button and Lace on all the Nev Lasts and r Toes The best Shoes made for tho price will J J wear and look l li500 hopsr1n FALL CLOTHING We have just opened 0111 line of Meals Clothing for iFALL AND VIXTEHTp ran show tyou a complete Iline n all the new 1 JrS5OQ TO SJ6 r 50iAGENT FOBI iiac 1 J tl1 n f frff- I ti I 1r MORRIS PHILLIPS Have the best Folding Boil in the market It saves space in a small room is attractively finished and orna mental when closed and is comfortable and sleep invitingl r Its k yonkRemarkable r Pieces in Chairs We offer some remarkable pieces in Chairs remarkable for Elegance Durability Comfort Low Price COME AND SEE THEM LEDFORD HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement ffif We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no reins will be spared to please our customers Our motto isHGOOD GOOD3 at IFUR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Tel phone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered A Night of Terror t Awful anxiety was felt for the widow jj i Machij sa would die from Pneumonia before I morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Fur ther use cured her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases Only 50c and 1 Trial bottle free at Cow gills Drug Store I OOTTON BELT ROBBERY The mail and express car on the Cot ton Belt road 4 miles from Texarkaua was held up Wednesday by robbers and rich booty obtained by them The extent of the robbery not given DWELLING FOR REST Apply at COURIER OFFICE r 4 EISeveral thousand Cypress Boards for Krlo Ayply It Courier Ollicc FOUGHT IN THE JAIL Frankfort Ky Sept 4Jamc5 How ard and ex Secretary of Suite Caleb Powers convicted us Goebel murder conspirators quarreled in jail here this afternoon Howard threw a heavy inkstand at Powers striking him on the head Powers was knocked over and bled profusely IJrs Dcmaree and Crutcher dressed the wound The remained with Powers over an hour The only witness was oxAdjt Gen J IC Dixon who was in confidence with the two men Powers was too ill tonight to be seen i CIRCUIT COURT The September term of Fulton Cl cuit Court convonod Monday Judge Robbins and Com Atty Moorman present The commonwealth ilockft is tho largest for many years but tlij court is rapidly disposing of these casejg dUNn jnuoits R E Millet foreman W H Belovl Jwper J G Allen Jot Asbell elms Hill Thos P Liutou T4 lBTIT J tHOIt J Geo S Nash Tno W Alexander jlS Newgcut J L Atwell John Wentlf erly E O RICO J n McGehoe W tijt Bondurant R II Binford John A SFfjif mou J It Milnor J T Sent H JNj Joff Davis C G MeAlurruy S P Jollflg jMcUoheoM The following cauos have been trI t and disposed of- ToboWright j for disturbing publil IjJeroSIOO 1 Dick Brown carrying concealed weal pons fined 25 and 10 days in jail 1 Ode Sanders forgery forged orders o L P W S Ellison aud M B Shaw P Sons given 2 ears iu the penitentiary Sam Carter for horso and mule steal ing Tyears This was tho man wnff stole horses from J C Newton anj I 1Willj I of Will Lawson both colored plead guilty and was given a life imprison ment in the penitentiary 4 Ed Carpenter malicious shooUugi years in pen 4 Clans Poolo and RobU Smith big t way robbery 7 yours each in tho pon s Soup Villiams SSOO for sollin whf key 50 for disnrterl JWhouse t Grand jury has returned 11 indicia tJrnontEd Smith charged with the killing of Capt Ilardemau Robertson coating ed to 2nd day of Jan term Will Travis audMamic Cunningham house breaking on tria- lADDITIONAL LOCALS I Miss Bess Ciso IIMVOS Monday for SfiT Louis f Mr Len Shaw left for Nashville qI I Wednesday night i Wo arc glad to welcome Mr and Mr J Q Adonis homo from the wost Call and see thoNow Embroidorin Excellent values at SH VVS Mr Tom Gardner of Terrol ToinK was registered at tho Lncledo Sunday Miss Ices Hamlet returned home Wol uesday after a visit to the Misses Paris Miss Lightner left on Steamer Root Lee Monday for her homo 11 St Louis- I after a visit to Miss Hess Cass Property ownerx on Clinton street have got in an improving humor and are building now imvetnents Others will follow Miss Berdie Craig Mr Abb Parr Miss hazel Keller Mr Floy Moore of Union City made a flying visit to Hick man Sunday Dr and Mrs J M Hubbards home on Troy Ave was tho scene of a music al Wednesday eve in honor of Miss Mc Dearuiou of Hickman Colleger Our old friend Mr Bob Kinks a KyBegCourier a welcome visit Monday You can find all now weaves in Woolen Dross Goods atJnumus n E Dodds Bros arc building anew cotton gin in West Hickman which will be a great convenience and advantage to growers of cotton in the bottomThe j C T Us will meet at MM- jj Charlie Hubbards on Eriday at a p in All members and those interested in i the cause please attend as we have important business to transact I Elder Shelter of the Christian I Church Memphis lugs been invited to i debate at Mt Mormon this county thoI scriptnal warrant for tho use of the organ in church music but liar not ac cepted to date says the Nashville Amer icanwMarriage license wore issued Wednesday by County Clerk Luton the ceremony to be solemnized tomorrow The contracting parties are Mr Theo McNutt and Miss Claudie May Great house both living above Hickman The groom is 19 and the bride 16 Of NOTICEII I To the officers and members of Elm CampNo 3 W of W I hereby certify that 1 linvn tins day received of your clerk check No 3770 for Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars payment in full for Beneficiary Certificate No i51H held by my late husband Win E Campbell Aug 10 mol LUCY E CAMPKKLL cza eAJU ISUWMXU UItEE 1 i At Stalls Club House tho con5 fortable abode of the Bowling Green Hunting1 Club on Reelfooc Lake a party of Hickmau hunters spent soy i oral days last week in all the luxury of true camp life Through the courtesy of tho President Mr1 H Wilkersou of Bowling Green the Muse Faris enjoy the privileges of the Club House AiMi outingsThosebins of near sew Madrid Mo Miss Bes Hamlett of Henderson Tenu Misses Light May and Irenoinrior this city Messrs Al Fans L D Slut TaiGardner I t 6he1 Man I International Tailoring Winter Samples HAS SEEN THE LARGEST AND BEST COLLECTION OF NEW AND SHOWN ANY WHERE IN AMERICA t C t t C man who orders anU will have it to his individual measure by the best tailoring concern in the worldand it will cost considerably less I than he would have to pay for equally good clothes at any otherItailors These are facts that we know to be exactly as and this is the reason we take orders for and statedII I u IlITE NATIONAL GARMENTS We are confident if you will have one International Suit made you will always wear International clothes thereafter H C AMBERG SENSATION AT MAYFIELD 1 J K Long confectioner and H Soecht his baker and Prank Carman citizens of Mayiiold were arrested Monday by Pinkerton detectives The mec are charged with incendiarism in the recent Graves county Banking fruit Company fire They gave bond Excursion September 12 Tho excursion from Hickman and in termediate points to Nashville will occur Sept 112 Round trip tickets from Hickman SftOO and the same from State Line Woodland Mills and Union City Leaves Hickman 750 a m State Lino 7 50 Woodland Mills 755 FIRE ON REELFOOT LAKE Tho homo residence of Capt P C Ward at Walnut Log on Reelfoot sake was destroyed by lire Wodnps flay last Tho loss wits about x300 SiOO in money his watch etc No insur mince This is a favorite resort for sportsmen visiting tho Lake and will prove a groat disappointment to visitors this season from the fueL that Capt Wiml will not rebuild until the final decision of the Ileelfoot Lake case now pending in the Supreme Court of Ton nossod which decision will be rendered in April next OapL Ward has other houses there but cannot accomodate visitors COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS Time State Election Commissioners in naming the county commissioners ap pomted for Fulton County Henry Knight of Fulton Dom J W Cow gill of Hickman Rep Under the law the Sheriff of tho county is the third momber The county commissioners are required to meet not later than Sept 20th to appoint 2 judges and oue sheriff for each election precinct Tho executive committee of the Ito publican aud Democratic parties may on or before Sept 15 designate in writ ing eight names for each voting pre cinct from whom tho voting precinct ollicors must be selected one judge from each list tho sheriff from one and tho clerk from the other SLAVERY UNDER THE FLAG The great result of the civil war was tho treeing of the negro slaves This country could not exist part free and part slave and henco Lincolns Eman cipation proclamation This country had rewritten the declaration of inde pendence in tho blood of her sons The other week Gen MacArthur in a government report concerning his work in the Philippines made the following statement 1 Whenever ii question relating to Slavery comes before mo I simply make the owners provo that they are slaves in which case I have nothing to do with ti enl slaves Once more the government of tho United States recognizes the institution of slavery beneath time slug Once more tho army of tho United States is activebut this time in defense of the slave owner Slavery under the flag recognized and protected by the fiag BUXDUIIAXTJIURCKISOX Mr Martin Boudnraut of Moscow and Miss Winnie Murckison of Cayco went to Union City Sunday and were married Mr Bondnrant is a popular young farmer while the bride is n beautiful and accompliShed young ladywith a host of friends We wish them abundant prosperity and hap piness r i taho has fnjptcttd The Cos Fall and Line of UPTODATESTYLES THE Internationalsuit ENEMIES WREAKVENGEANCE Home of J C Browder Enter ed and Furniture Broken The Fulton Leader says Some per son or persons entered tho residence of John C Browder at Lodtrton near the noon hour Friday and proceeded to demolish the furniture and every other smashable article Mr Browder I clisI carpets were torn trout the floors with out the formality of removing the tacks and tho beds smashed and glassware awl queonsware broken Everything was left piled in disordered heaps Mr Browder and his friends thinks one lilies did the mischief as ho is known neiJhborhood CURKI OF CHRONIC DIARRHOEA 11 suffered for thirty years with diar rhoea and thought 1 was past being cured says John S Uolloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so l oflfects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor couldnt even travel but by accident I was psrmitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I did For sale by Cowgill Cowgill o Illinois Central Railroad- OF INTEREST TO StOQ O CERsF- REE TRANSPORTATION TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL MEET ING AT CHICAGO The next annual meeting of the stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad WednesdayOctober pose of this meeting the Stock Trans fer Books will be closed for the close of business on Sept 21 to tho moruiug of October 17 For this meeting there will be issued to holders of one or moro shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over tho Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central nearest his or her registered address to Chicago and return for the purpose of attending in person the above meeting of stockhold ers Such ticket to bo good for the journey to Chicago only during tho four days proceeding and tho day of the meeting stud for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 900 a in and I AssistI cago Such ticket may be obtained bv any registered holder of stock on appli cation in writing to the President of Company in Chicago Each application must state the full name and address of time stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than ono person will be carried free in respect of any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF 012 Secretary Cats and Bruises Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Paint Balm also cures rheumatism sprains ewelliug and lameness For sale by Cowgill L Cowgill I rT III Building Material If ROUGH AND DRESSED sBE J LUMIf l mud Windows Shingles o and Content JIIDoors Builders Hardware Paints Oils etc 11 ES1DIISII i Hay OliN Corn Bran etc etc 1i iiL P W TTYYTT SEllison k i TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga k St Louis Railway proposes to use its best efforts to induce a good class of im mi grants to sottlo in territory contiguous to its lints anti to engage tho attention ugSitOtii solicits the supiiort the cooperation and the utfsistnnc1 of the people of every county through which its lines pass The management earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease thoso who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will Bond a brief description of same to the railroad agent nearest them giving the prices and terms of sale Tho prices must correspond with tine prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling laud to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative pricesLarge tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW AgentIITrafTc Manager NASHVILLE TENN- wrwnnvulunanrenoar F S MOORE ATTORNEYAT LAW 1IICKHAV ESrUCKY Office partner of Judge IL P Rcmley n re A d WI J BARRY AT RUCKNKRS OLD SHOP WillorderUopair BLACKSM1THING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED HORSESHOEING A 5Ppon LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R Pt DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class surreyscarriages Patronagew Cash Book m toro r Splendid Selection of N W BOOKSSTATIONERY U STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY KEREN DES S Co LALt Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will haveiprompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON OELIYERY ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALSyf Alex A Paris SQQ t 3 J 2 Irr I4T J = = = === = = =K i JUST ONE WEEK MORE I k E Er FINE cLEAN= UP SALE E AT ELLISONS ritr = If youve been to one of our sales you know rwhat they mean both to us and to you Weve tom piled all of our counters with all those goods which Wt dont wish to carry over Lots of these are r good all the time many can be used for several EIliontlls to come and all are just as good next year e as this It pays us to sell them even for less than r+ they cost us rather than carry them to next EEsonand it will pay you big interest to seaIiIi then now for much of it can be bought for aboutrJ r onehalf what you will pay for it next season = f = thus investc =Theft Note the prices but SEE THE GOODS for the prices convoy but a vague Idea Of tho real vnluo rrE rRemnantsI everythingTable Cfcie iCottons Domestics Cheviots LavnsPercales DrOss +Goods Embroideries Laces etc at much under ac iI tual value ri IPepperell Wide Sheetings =j Bleached at lSc rij II i TJnblouohed 16c = rPillowPerCaleS 8c r= qualityTableraluo =Embroideries =Lengths 1 to 5 yards worth double the priuo marked Domestic now 4C E TowelsGood =size cotton towols4C = Largo Cotton regular VOc vnliifes e8c e =19CAnJj cent Linen Towels now rNapkins =i 1 Pure Linen worth GOo now 48Oa rZ 75 cent grada now 59c 8125 quality now QQe f rE counterpanes subtly soiled on outsideEf Fancies Blues and Pink were 8300 now 2 JO 198White 1 5975 cont quality now = Shirt Waists == 25c buys tho 35e grades =39cnow for any GOc Waist =lUU for sonic that were 225 Ladies Hats r r One lot Sailor and Trimmed Kitts that sold up rto 5200 now 50Ci = rOne lot that sold up to x100 now 251 f rrLadies Wrappers 3r 50cWore 75 cents and 100 now ttt = 125 land nowC = Parasols + Buy them for next season = SI1 50 for 250 kirid r=100 for 200 grade i 98C for 150 qualitYiHf tt Shoes and Slippers 79c Odds and suds SoraGwereSQO =7OC for slippers tlfat were 125 i = IIUvl for 150 grades = Mens Suits All Wool Flannels 1 were 81000 now 65Q = 495bus 750 Flannels E i qjO for 500 grades ri I ChlldSI SUItS9Sc now for 150 kind r1h 1 L aI Ieo5e for best 7o grades 1 ff Art Work All Overs Ladies Neckwear rHandkerchiefs Silks at Cut Prices = It is impossible for us to mention everything but you will fird we are making heavy cuts iu prices aU through the house We MITST dispose iof these goods at sotno prico rather than carry them over It will pay r yon to investigate =THE SALE WILL LAST TWO WEEKS No Coupons Given Duriug This Salerr 1TERMS CASH rn i H- IIjISONSKENTUCKY C K a i=0 = H= a r R V tE r t fflTJl THE MOBSll1 AND OTHER NEWS yj Lon Roby was in Beelerton Sunday Mis Marie Brevard will return this week SundayforMr Geo Millet has gone to Cairo to accept a position viSitingNew opendM B Shaw jr and mother have reo turned from the PanAmerican Exposition t Homer Hafford and Judge H F Kemlej made a flying trip to Clinton Sunda11astDr and Miss Bessie Scates of Union City spent Monday with Miss LizzieTarns Mr and Mrs J W Jackson of Clinton visited the family of Mrs Arthur King this weekIB B Sanders a leading businessman of Carnthersville was mixing with old friends this week Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS Messrs Kemp Walker and Wallace Ashley of Clinton visited some Hick man girls last Thursday evening iThe ladies of the Episcopal church will serve ice cream in the rectory yard this Friday evening All come iDout forget the ice cream sapper in Mr Booghers yard Come and spend your dimes and enjoy good iices New Dress Goods in all the lat weaves and colors at AjtnEBO Mr James E Fuqua of the house of H C Amberg leaves Sunday night for St Louis to buy foil and winter goods Brown will be the leading color for fall and winter but you can find any color in Dress Goods at AMBERGS FOR RENTHouse with 6 rooms good cistern and other conveniences centrally located Apply at Courier officeR L Bradley of the house of M B Shaws Sons has been in the largo cit ies the past week or two buying fall and winter goods- BOARDING Good nice boarding house centrally located Apply to Mae M J FARIS Miss Anna Hays a very pretty ac complished young lady of Paragould Ark is visiting Mrs L C Lunsfords family inEast Hickman Attorneys W W Robertson Gns Thomas Chas Payno Hester of MuyfleJd are among the lawyers at tending court this week Albatros and Venetian Flannel for ladies dressing sacks and waists all are brand new at AMBEROS Mrs Eunie Sanders and childrenIf now of Caruthersville are spending tisomeL McCntchen and Mrs Al Thompsoni For Tablets School Books Ink Peni cils and all school supplies call at WILSONS BOOK STORE Youcant- do better You may do worse Walter Wilson deputy circuit courJ clerk of Graves county a most competent affable and accomodating young gentleman is assisting circuit cour clerk Morris this term of the court Hickmnn College opened Monday with 273 pupils which is about equal to former sessions Prof Link the ne principal is already winning the corn mendation of pupils and patrons WHEN you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stom ach Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Sam pies free at Cowgills drug store Sam Crosaland the peoples Democratic candidate tor Congress Tom Bhelbourn ex County Attorney Tom Smith of Fulton ann Sam C Mulloy of Kuttawa are among the visiting at torneys attending circuit court Also Herchel Smith of Fulton E W Jackson and sister Miss Carrie and Miss Lula Brooks of Clinton spent Friday with Hickman friends They were accompanied home Saturday by Messers Tom Thomas Henr Beckman and Misses Maggie Heade- son and Mabel Reeves IIiISee H C Matson State Line for Crimson Clover Seed 4t The Fulton Hustler is the name of new paper just started at Fulton owne and edited by Mr Jno M Dennis Mr Dennis has experience as a newspaperman and has the reputation of possess ing ability and versitility and the first number sustains these characteristics Damage approximating 51000000 was done by a flood in Cleveland due to a heavy rain which continued eight hours Miles of streets were flooded and many buildings were undermined but no lives were lost Many citizens in the principal rosidental portions were rescued from their homes by rowboats Many beautiful driveways were ruinedBlack Dress Goods for ladies skirts just opened at AMBEROS The Railroad survey 01 ance from Hickman to Charleston or to Crossnore the nearest intersection with the Iron Mountain on horseback may be all right as a preliminary but in all truth we have had these kind of surveys perhaps a half dozen times and they dont furnish much information to intention of building or cost of co struction They say the Courier is too conservative dont spread itselt on ex pectatione or remote probabilities or possibilities but denying nothing or a firming nothing it awaits the actual instruments in the field The Courier has had a large experience in building railroads on paperthat never reached terra firms and has no ambition to re pfftt such ezpt- rrienceEi TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in this line of business at Union City Tenn andcarry at all times a large and well as sorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER W WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFER FoFallSIR I n for 300 Express prepaid I propose to ship ouapproval seycu in year old Ryo Whiskey nomarkstest it if it is not satisfao x300Tlhisyour W It 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combination glows with a dazzling intensity the inventor says a test hay ing shown a strength of thir tysix candle power The j andris as steady as an incandes cent light there beingno flicker The lamp gives forth Itdmay be carried about and 1 turned upside down without 1 effecting the light The in venter had a lamp burning for seven months he says without apparent diminution of its power and he declares his confidence that the light is practically perpetual in the sense that it will con tinue with undiminished intensity so long as the chemicals are kept from contacts with the atmosphere CHAMBERLAINS tOUGH REMEDV A GREAT FAVORITE qualitiesnof this remedy its pleasant taste its Prompt and permanent cures have made It a favorite everywhere It is especially ly prized by mothers of small children for croups colds and whooping coughV as it always affords quick relief and aa it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to anadult For sale by Cow gill CowgUll MOVING A BIG TREE An effort is to be made to remove a large red oak tree from the wildest section of Arkansas to Forest Park St Louis for the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition The tree is 160 feet high anfl 12 feet in diameter at the base A double tramway will be built from the tree to the river where it will be floatedand towed to St Louis It is es timated that this will occupy six months The tree will be dug up by the roots in stead of being cut down and none of the branches will be trimmed co HIS CONSCIENCE HURT HIM Wickliffe Democrat According to the Bardwell News John R Biggs of that place has had a unique ex perience with a burglar Recently Mr Biggs had 50 in cash and a check to the amount of 1613 stolen from his pants pockets In a few days the check was returned a with a note from the burglar saying that lie would keep the money since he needed it to save his good name but sent back the check as it would be of no service Ho added that the money would likewise be returned shortly and sure enough in about a week thereafter Mr Biggs found the amount which had been taken from him lying a on the window sill in an old shot bag which had been stolen with it The whole affair was conducted in a a mysterous manner and ho has no clew to the identity of the honest thief if such an anomaly is posiible Working Night anti Pay thingthat C Life Pills These pills change weakness enemybrainwonderful in building up the health Only 25o per box Sold by Cowgill oS Cowgill c t MULES FOR SALE I have 11 head of good young mules for salo ranging in price from 85 to 8135 Will sell for cash or six month time with good interest bearing notes Also 20 head of good stock cattle for sale W S HendersonHickman Ky CUTTING AFFRAY ON REELFOOT Union City Tenn Sept 2A cutting scrap occnred at Gum Lot on Reelfoot Lake In which Dan Spain cut HudjMoms and John Ready one on the wrist and tho other across the breast neither wound being serious No arrests have yet b eumado A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Williford Ark foot was badly crushed but Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Boils Piles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by Cowgill S Cowgill GRACE BEFORE MEAL New York Evening Post That the south is the most conserva tive section of the country in all mat ters of ancient tradition and old cus tom is well known to all who have studied the subject It is therefore no surprise to learn on the excellent au thority of the Richmond Va Dispatch that the decline in the practice of say Springfield characteristic of New England doesut hold true below tho Potomac The dispatch thinks it can confidently as sort that tie beautiful and reverential season obtains largely in the southern family circle indeed it expresses doubt whether it has really declined in that section at all TILE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If you road it all the year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be tho distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the familySubscription price 81 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC- St Louis Alo BATHING IS UNNATURAL It is unnatural for man to take a bath that is ho must bathe for the tho same reason that he must wear clothes and shelter his head with a hatbo cause the changed conditions of civil ized life make it necessary So we are told by Dr O W Lymau in tho New I SaysDrA learned German professor has said that in a state of absolute wild na bathingThat stantly to sun and wind and rain brushed by dewy branches and grasses of mornings and inured to periods of I chill and cold would keep itself clean enough The skin when exposed to all the vicissitudes of the weather develo ops a vastly more extensive circulation than is seen in the clothed roan of civilization a i CANDIDATEiWhen asked at Leavenworth Kas t the other day to state his intentions in regard to the presidency Mr Bryan said 1 would rather be right than bo press ident In 1896 and 1900 the majority of the voters of this country said by their ballot that they did not want mo as their ruler and I think 1 would bo im posing upon them by giving them an againTwicesatisfied and I do not intend to try to I force myself into the race again If the American people ever decide that they wish to try Bryanism I could not refuse to grant them their desire but t presidencytgo to bed at night- DISABLED KINGCORN r There have been many and varied re- t ports of tho effects ot the summers f drought upon corn in several of the r western states The first reports were very gloomy and predicted that in half a dozen states tho crops would bo a com plete failure In a few days thereaf ter it was announced that tho damage would not bo so much as at first antici b pated and that there would be a fair crop Some stories went so far as to claim that there would be an average yield It is unfortunate that tho Blot ment of speculation should enter so largely into the promise cf husbandry gamblers1 do with the disseminating of tho latter and more rosy reports on the corn of 1901 Corn and other grains are going to advance in price Tho consumers of the country would rather know that the advance goes to tho farmers whose crops partially failed than to the speculator who considers both producer and con sumer his legitimate prey rSteed Death Off E B Munday a lawyer ot Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger Ho says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I per suaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured I t am sure Electric Bitters saved his bfe1t This remedy expels malaria kills dis ease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and dyspepsiaynervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 50c at Cowgilla drug store i r f r SAVE THE BIRDS Dr L 0 Howard estimates that the United States I pay 300000000 tribute tot t li e bug annually T h is years wheat crop if sold at i I 50c a bushelan aaverage price received by the western farmer will bring only a little more than this enor mous sum This amount has grown greater each year The U S Agricultural Department estimates that feathered life has decreased 46 per cent during the past 15 years To this decrease in the num ber of wild birds is attributed the increase in harmful insects and bugs So it appears that this country is annually sacrific ing the equivalent of a wheat crop for the privilege of killIing the song and game birds STATEMENT OFTHE SCHLEY CASE While the American peo ple will agree with fighting Bobs theory of the devolu tion of the command upon the next senior officer when the commander in chief iis absent the chances are that as Senator Burton has sug gested they will not bother themselves greatly about the little technical points of the j case says the New Orleans I TimesDemocrat Admiral i Sampson like A din i r a 1 Schley is undoubtedlyii brave and capable officer said Senator Burton but Schle3r Iproduced results and I it is that for which he is to be given credit That isj what the Americans want and that is what they got TIll people dont care a rap how CiIenfuegost he arrived at Santiago They are not bothering themselves about such technical terms in the affair The fact re mains that Schley arrived at Santiago in ample tune and when the engagement under the command of the admiralI was progressing Cerveras ships trained their guns up Schhysflagship in action It was fired upon and it did some shooting it self What if Schley did turn his ship in a certain di I rection during the fight lDo tI you suppose the public care anything for that It can not be gainsaid that the Brooklyn participated in tll engagement from start to finish That is history The shipwas in action up to the time the last Spanish vessel lowered its colors and sur rendered That is evidence of just what the Brooklyn was doing and to what ex tent it contributed to the American victory The peo ple dont care much whether Schley turned to the right or to the left or completely around just so long as his ship was in the thick of the affray And there it was There can be no doubt in the public mind that if the engagement had been disastrous to the American squadron Schley would have been blamed for the outcome Tim e shoe would have then been on the other foot I think the people are willing to give credit where it is due If Schley had lost the battle he would have been blamed and in view of the fact that he won it he ought to have tl1 creditThis is beyond doubt the best summing up of the mer its of the case as it appears to the American public tha has yet been given and it ii- a is presentment at any rate of the case that will hold until the court of inquiry shall have found to the con trary f 1 I 9 IMid la asht Elearape OF SPECIALI INTERESTCut this is the month that must work the fiuish to many Special ordersheroandoorythin sbuIp of the fall values and were willinn to forego our profits to reach this result Those particularlycomers i TIN SM St 225II DININIIABLESEXTENSION 3 75 COBLER SEAT 1DINING trailCI= 6 50 STEPHENS SMITH I The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belf is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter than other routes j distancettimeyt i t Cotton Belt trains carry Pullman gt S Sleepers at nIght Parlor Cafe Cars n4 S during the day and Free Chair Cars 1 A both day and night Write and tell us where you we iti f going 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JeffersonVilleSt Low-e nou HHKMd WAGON C a s UAMTFA rtiiiRs OF Tin CIt nUTtn BeZK W aOmSfJ HlOKMAN7 KENTUCKYt 1I1111MAI1 IRHICKMAN KENTUCKY 5eSurplus and Undividedl Profits 20000 Does aGeneral Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited 0tof this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars 0 R T TYLER President j W C JOHNSON Cashier CashierVt 1 Tinner Here Mr C E Smith tho tinner thoroughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Rooting and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B RKV ARnII IMPORTANT I For tho next 30 days we will olTer a Line of Fine Surreys at 1000 tless than I regular price and on Easy Terms We are over stocked on these goods- E E REEVES CO- I1ickmm Ky f Buggiesasfor tho big and tho little the rich and the poor We have prices that ai in teach of everybody E E REEVES CO- Hickman Ky NOTICE As the assignee ot R S Murrell I have this day made a settlement with CountyCourtOctober 1901 move the court for a final discharge of said case This Aug 12 1901 W P TAYLOR 8lG4t Assignee NOTICE All parties indebted to tho estate of Arthur King deceased are respectfully notified to please come forward and settle up and all those holding claims against said estate are notified to file the Fame properly proven up as required by law on or before the 1st day of Jan 1J02 or the same will bo barred J J C BONDURANT Admr of Arthur King F M Bank NOTICE Mrs M E Watson Austin Adams Dock Adams Larry Everett JJ C Hawkins J C Harris B P Beckham D W Beckham C V Jones and Chas VN atson 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 Fulton Co Ky for the purpose of processioning the same and will continuo trom day to day until through SUSAN MEG ILL 89 4 Per Attorney H P Rowley 4a1RHave You Noticed Time amount of lino Buggies and Harness that E E Reeves Rs Co have sold this Spring If not jiiht cast your eye around and seo see them It will surprise you hut if you will call and look at his stock of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uprodute iu everything in that line and sell thorn at tho very lowest prices Call and see as at Hiekmau- EE Reeves Co 1 International StocK M 3- YOU Feeds For lc HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee If it docs not do what is claimed for it your money will be refunded Now is the time to uso it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertisement but for tho next 30 days will give thethelNTERNATIONAL iC BOO it illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 83 00000 to produce Book is 9Ily by 6J6 m contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a 1inely Illustrated Veterinary 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a to stay Nobody will appreciate you trying barbers R U OALDWELL WILL OKOWELL PAIN IS ANn PAINTS At Oowgills IWe have just received a large ship ment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the mark- etCowgill Sf Cowgill- BBUGGISTS l l II CARUTHERS jj- I I BAKERY AND I CONFECTIONERYi i1 t I FRESH BREAD CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIES I l I j CLINTONSTREET IHCKMAS KENTUCKY Telephone Number eMJ- i INSURE IN THE 31UTUAllJ IJ XIJFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 184 i The special advantages of a policy in tho mutual Benefit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in crease the insurance or convert the pol icy into an endowment payable at a specified and gradually diminishing ago 2 CASH LOANS Available at any timo niter two years premiums have been paid 3 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupa tion after two years 4 INCONTESTABLE After two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BENEFICIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter premiumperiod two years premiums have been paid All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its Ilarge dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CONVINCED of its worth SPECIMEN nformationwill R T TYLER A fit 4 0 v- TjT i ttairc frGrt 4 1 +e Q 6 rat I STATE NEWS PICKUPS 4t 1 STRANGE SIGHT A Fleet Knight Chased antI Caught V Colored AVomnn Who landt l Grabbed IIU lure I sightofthrough the streets with n large black keepawstyon Seventh street near Main Out on the street they flew resembling templarFinally gitive and tin uptodate policeman landed her under the city lint clock at the Central police station The knight was Sir O Ml Walter orI New York who was passing an alley on Seventh street near Main when e two Negro women stepped out and seized him while one thrust her hand into his inner coat pocket and took opt his wallet containing 67 I Sir Knight Walter seized the woman who handed his pocketbook to the other who lied The Sir Knight was fleet of foot and the chase resulted ass described r The woman Gertrude Brown was Held under 1000 bond THE POWERS CASE Aaron Knhn Who AVnn Attorney For a Uoclirl lit tin Contest Cimr lay help to Defend Iu rcm llrnnl fort Ky Aug PnFrom an Authoritative source comes the 5n Tonuation that Aaron Kohn a leading criminal lawyer of Louisville is considering a proposition to act as counsel for Caleb Powers in his coming trial The trial wilt be held in Georgetown probably next October Sir Kohn was counsel for William Goebel in the contest cases and has l ecn for a long time prominently Identified with the democratic party Itobcrt Kiucaid of Louisville and Judge f C Simms of Scott UllIltii hereRFriday to consult with Mr Powers Both expressed themselves as san jT iine as to the outcome of the ease bat stated there was nothing siguifi antin their visit NO MEETING AT LEXINGTON The ItuniierH Arc Not lliilile to lieI Sceii nn the OIil lintllekjConrMe Tli IN Year Lexington Ky Sept 2 The out loots for a fall runfung meeting here stateaisnir Y t that there will be uotlihig doing vith the gallopers at the Old Ken liujKy association course this year serins perfectly safe It takes money 4utdhorses to make a race meeting Thrrc is a scarcity of both in this locality just now The moneyed propositions in this vicinity are tIlt breeders and they are not disposed 1p hack a race meeting at this sea i son for the reason Hint they do not care to antagonize Ithcr the Turf oiiaress or the Western Jockey club It would be necessary to accept the- ritl4t t of one or the other Fell lain the laNtern LcAington Ky Aug WMrs Jas Ittilbcrt and her Syear old son Willie were precipitated into a cistern at the rear of their home on Third street in this city resulting in the probable I lentil of the child and a severe frat turu of one of the limbs of the ninth tr The accident was caused by the giving way of a pair of steps leading flown to the cistern LonlMVllle Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Aug IOTIl to iiaeo market was weak ThursJJ day Good stuff went begging lowlrI mules holding better Colory grades kept up fairly well The total olTcr ings were 734 hhils of which 34S vere burley and 186 dark Original Inspections 641 reviews 93 rejec tions 134 II Fought With n 1lnrllbnljj Eardwell Ky SeptIn attempting 1 to arrest an unknown Negro here Sunday morning Marshal Thomas j Warden was shot through the shoul der nnd seriously wounded Warden then fired two shots killing the Xe j ro instantly Warden will probably recover The Xegro was wanted for a trivial offense Both Will Die IfopkinsviUc Ky Sept 2Xear GrnceyMHenry Dade surprised his wife fwd Charlie Watkins whom he had lung suspected in the womans room Troth men drew pistols and opened tire Tit each other roth received wounds whet it is believed will result in deathIFlied a Divorce Snit iropkinsville Ky Aug 31N P Ulankenship a prominent planter filed suit for divorce Friday The pe tition alleges hiwife was unduly intimate with John Blankenship a relative I v KxSherln Collin Deail Frankfort Ky Aug 30W Leslie Collins former sheriff of this county and at one time n prominent ace horse owner died at his home in this county Thursday His oldest daugh ter iliS George Kendrick lives in Newport Ky Sentenced For I lfe Willirmsburg Ky Aug MJ01m sun Charles Shotwell charged with Complicity in the Corbln riot and the killing of Sutton Farris were sen tenced to the pen for life Thisis tte thini trial for each of the men 0- I J I CONFESSED A CRIME J Ij tone IMIoteil n Xeichlior to Where the Deed Body Lny nUll Then Ditnipeare Bowjing arts ll c Ky Aug nha8V Savory of this elty awl J L Hone left here in a buggy together About 330 oclock Hone appeared at the house of Tim Cherry and announced that he hall killed Savery and asked Cherry to go backwith him up the road Me Old so and Saverys dead body was found in the road with four bullet holes hi the right side of the head and ilyrk j Hone failed to give any account of the killing and shortly afterward disappeared andis still at large Savorys bodysvis brought here and awaits the coming of Ins father a lawyer and rent State agent of Tu pelo Miss The dead man also leaves a wife and daughter at Winchester Ky He was reared at Tupelo but has lived in this city for several years EXAMINATION RECORD 1llnH Slirn or Covlnprtnii eta the HlKlKMt AvcniKc 1 lInn in Difficult ort Frankfort Ky Senthiss Ella Shea of Covington completed hoi examination for a static diploma and obtainedi the highest stark ever made in this examination Miss Shea general average was 97 117 In li subjects she made 100 The CXII mina nation is the most ditlicult of all strata school examinations Any one pass ing it does not hire to take any more examinations The studies in which Miss Shea was examined are nil com mon school branches and six other sets of quest irts in higher mathematic botany psychology and others uS- a like nature Miss Shea was examin ed by Superintendent of Public In struction 11 Y MchesneytliG speaks in highest terms of her ability THE COURT CATCHING UP Seiiteiiilier Dnckel of the Court o- tIlnhA hON tltr A piirnniineOI- INCM Inr KnII Term Frankfort Ky Aug 31Ihc Sep tember docket of the court of appeals which went to the printer Fridny shows 305 appearance rases for the fall tern These with the submittal and unsiibmittcd cases already on file make a total of 1000 cases now before the court Four years ago at this time there wcsre 1SOQ cases on hand showing thrttthe court iis gradually citchiug up with Its work lIre lit IontMvlllf Louisville Ky Aug 31 The can in ding shied till fmmil1 mixing mill anti part orJ warehouse of thus Ahreiis t Ott plant of tie Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Co wiVe burned lriilay afternoon by a fire which is thought to have started from a spark from a boiler grate falling in oil waste The loss is 50 dOO insurance 80 per cent Tliret Itnnn vny fllrlx liichmond Ky Aug OThc three runaway girls Amy Fredrick Lilliu Farrin and Polly inn Vhitt who escaped Sunday from the state reformatory near Lexington were arrested here as they stepped from an L v N train and taken hack to the institu tion IiayeM Buys 1cnrlfrtgM Tcxiugtoiv Ky Sept 2 Milton Young has sold to TI IP Ilayos on private terms the following yearlings Chestnut filly by Lamplighter out of lean by Longfellow bay filly by Onondaga Quit of imp Ieterville by Peter bay or brown filly by Onondaga out of Nirvana by imp Saxon Mny Sue Arthur Coeliel Frankfort Ky Sept 2lt is highly possible that if Arthur Goebel who inherited the large estate left by Wil liam Goebel docs not pay Aaron Kohn and the heirs of the estate left by the late 7ach Phelps the money owing them for legal assistance to his broth er in the content case he will be sued Large Stock Sale Lancaster Ky Aug 31Tulo Frank of Cincinnati bought for the United Reef Co of New York of W S Iteasley 1S2 cattle and of Gibbs Brothers ISO head The average weight was 1600 pounds and the price wus 535 to 550 Strnttnn Named For Slnyor Louisville Ky Sept tTthtrepnb lican party of Louisville and Jefferson county held a conventionand nominated lohn A Stratton for 1Jw orCnrter MM MMV u liny An interest Lexington Ky Sept 2Tohn S Barbee has sold a half interest in Booues Creek stud to C It Cartel Athens Ky The farm will be con ducted as formerly bv Barbee Co nth of 7aeklMicli i s Louisville Ky Atijr 30 jXiick Phelps n promiiicnt fhiwyerfof Loiiis ville died Thursday tight Jor pnun monia complicated with heart trou ble Mr Phelps drew the ten yenr agreement of the National Baseball league Fntnlly Stubbed ny lllii Brother balyersville1 Ky Sept 2Near Licking Will Blanton n well to do farmer was fatally stabbed by his brother They were sons of J I Blanton a leading politician of the county MARK HANNAS FINE HANmI XVorli of time Republican lion I lie Went Went to lluom jfc I hIiluleYlJust before nationalem lion Murk Hannii visited Nebraska for the avowed purpose of beatnTrr Mr TJrvah Hi his own state Thejetl traordinary prosperity that Sllf1d followed his visit and the numb t of political strikers of all partHs that exhibited bank rolls was nofl at the time There is no doubt that the strumpet of corruption stalked in naked horror through the land and the democrats claimed1 thatjje middleoftheroad populists were some of the strumpetst The cvidcSee that at least they were in the mar ket and were willing to aceeptof flees at the hands of Hanna has linty come to lighj for the COIl1I11J r says i In the last campaign tt iTC SE publican papers denounced dejno crnts and populists for cooperating 1iJhparties ttisI Clem leaver a Nebraska politician who had charge of the middlcotlfir road populist campaign in the wat has recently received at the iiniuami iff President McKinley n substantialffc ward for opposing fusion A repub Bean by the name of Diekson severe appointrnftonnot a republican In reply Mr Den ct hii1IPpointl11cnt Dick9nhuswiklVtosament to this oilier was indorsed fiov Dietrich and every other repub Bean state officer also by Ttf JJ Schneider republican national com mittccman and the leaders of erery faction of the republican party in this state Further upon the promotion of Gov Dietrich to the senate liepnkt- ip my east and enlisted the support of Senator Millard who had never lltme prior to the time of his eledion March 3ti ItIn view of the fact continucffirr Denver that the partY leaders ere a unit in supporting my applica on i Senator Millards assent was oheer fully given I have about perfected my bond and expect to assmnmthe duties of otUcc August 1 iDuring the last presidential ram paigu Mr Denver went up and Bvn the country urging the popllliSrito tliOcratsspoke of Mr Denver as a POI list who stood by his principles Hut now all the republican leaders ask for and secure n valuable app int mcrit for him This proves if iu ecd proof was necessary that thcre nis isecret fusion between the repnblc ans and the middleoftheroad popu lists in 1SOB the republicans and and gold democrats denounced fi6ion between democrats anti populists and yet wlipn the election was over prom inent democrats like TSymuu and Irish applied for and received appoint ments front the administration show ing that there was a secret under standing between the republicans and those who were in charge of the Palmer and Tnckucr movement The cry of down with fusion does not come with good grace front popu lists nail gold democrats who have been jitllliatingi with republicans With even poorer grace does thelcry conic from republicans who have made use of the two extremes gold democrats on the one hand and mid dleoftheroad populists on the other Honest cooperation between the reform forces is natural and necessary and such cooperation will be advocated by those who art earnest in their efforts to overthrow republic an policies Secret and dishonest co operation will still be indulged in bv those who denounce fair anti open methods OPINIONS AND POINTERS Pacification Ls a sure thing in the Philippines according to CenMac Arthur but lie insists that it will be necessary to keep a large army thereto keep the peace The New York custom house Is under the political manipulation of toss Platt by the grace of the prelr lent the silk fraud would indicate corruption LionThe high protective tariff breeds frauds and smuggling and the enor bytheare doubtless hut one ofa hundred if the whole business was investigated The tinplate trust is one of our proteeteclfromis n monopoly at home This baby trust managed however to squeeze from the American people last year about 10000000 of profits and this was accomplished by selling sheet iron covered with a composition of lead which the trust called tin lave you noticed since the trust was formed that there is very little real tin on the market J Reviewattemptsto rnall1lCactureironcountries by showing that oar exw ports of these two products are1 smaller Tfinn those of Great Britain Ilie fact that the steel trust is selling am making contracts to self steel i Europe would make it cleari orgutthatt transactions or the trust would notII seek them and evert if sold at costf and added freight it would show inthieiountry j i o PHILIPPINE SLAVES According to Olllrlnl Report There Are TlioiiNAiula of SnthcM In ItoiuliiKi Xot long ago the Manila govern ment sent us the news that one of the dattes of the sultan of Sulu has abolished slavery This was nn evi dent effort of the censor to lend us o believe the whole institution us it exists in our new possessions was be ing extinguished The official report otCoI Pet tit and Maj O P Sweet who are the commanders of the- United States troops in the islands where slavery and polygamy exists tell a different tale The firstnamed officer says under our orders I believe all Philippine slaves and cap tires have been turned over to us and further slavery either by conquest or traffic between islands has been prohibited The abolishment of slavery can be attempted in one of two waysby war or by purchase The latter would be futile I cannot imagine a more desolate plO pIe than the Moro slaves would be if set free Their freedom would be of short duration War could be had for the asking It is for the United States government to decide if it wants it The Mores have plentyof arms and ammunition and a country passable only by its waterways Maj Sweet says The question of slavery although not recognized by the United States is still a fart and isconstant source of trouble on account of slaves escaping from one master to another or their being stolen Whenever a question relat ing to slavery conies before me I simply make the owners prove they are slaves beyond doubt in which case 1 have nothing to do with them but in case IItan pick a flaw in their title I give the alleged slaves freedom papers Thousands of Moros are held as slaves who are by right free people Thousands of freemen slaves under the stars and stripes and the Taft commission and the home government doing nothing to free them If they are slaves without doubt I have noth irgjto do with them says this officer Sixty thousand troops hunting down Filipinos and not a man or a gun used toQven attempt to suppress this trade in these unfortunate and miserable people Congress has given President Mc Kffileyi j full power In the Philippines ingreasxd the regular army to 100000 men appropriated all the money asked fori and yet he has made no move to suppress this blot on our civilization In his tour through the south and west his cveryhour theme was full of rap tare anti exultation that the flag waved over freedom and prosperity How free tumid prosperous are these slaves lhft they can daily gaze upon the flag Tliu republican party has made President McKinley as great HTI autocrat in the Philippinrs as ticzar of nu sii js in his dominions and Russia with an her barbarous customs has none of this vet the American people with their eye open but b iuded by partisanship or the pelf promised and distributed by3the republican machine voted for imperialism of which this slavery in tfie hilippines is one of the attributes FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC there In n Ills Illflfrronec In Trusts mill Ours Suffer liy the Cum ti II 411 is a mot striking circumstance that the trusts should have reached their highest development and most gigantic proportion in the virgin field of America the very country in which we would naturally expect them to ap pear last Under normal conditions there are better opportunities for corn petition than there are anywhere else in the world and the great masses of American capital are of recent ac cumulation tTording to the report of Prof Jehks made to the industrial commis sib1 the trusts in foreign countries are quite different from our combines There they are combinations of sep arate concems forthe maintenance of prices f and the restrict ion of production and they usually fail through some of them breaking the agreement and selling for less than the prices agreed upon Such violations of the agreements are bad for the combina tions but good for the consumers When however the different concerns have been welded into one and are all under one management it is clear that the prices can be held in a grip of iron subject only to certain economic laws which no trust can entirely control There can be no rivalries or working at cross purposes when the whole combi nation is under ont management Prof Jenks shows that the object of thus unifying the management is to control the output and limit produc tion when deemed necessary by closing the least profitable factories What this means to both consumer and the factory hands requires no explanation beyond the simple statement of higher prices for the consumer and fewer men employed in the mills The fundamental idea with the trusts is that the dividends of stockholders must be kept at the top notch no matter what becomes of anybody else Wakeman the head of the ap praisers of customs in New York is also the secretary of the American Protective Tariff league and the rot ten state of affairs in his department is exposed by the silk frauds would seem to require that his services be dispensed with Xeely and Kathbonehavenotyet been released but the department of justice and the war department nave the arrangements all made eo that they can be when the times are propitious The blame will be laid on the Cuban law and judges I RELIABLE =s r R B B REV A R D Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS IlllPRESENTED ROOFING A SPECIALTY r fllitKAN nilHICK MAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSur- plus and Undivided Profjts20OOO Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Canbleo U A HOLCOMBE Vicepresident S AMBERG Asst Cashier HIOKJUAN WAGON CO Tr10FACTVSE vr THE CELEBRATED EtQKK 1iWA O Sa- H1CKjv1AN XENTUCKY I VlTALrTYPOWERHEIILTH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles stake frrblood vigor tmpart energy THEY NEVER FAIL No matter how hopeless the cave may seem Astonishing and quick re units They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power EtidhiI Natural Vegetable Tonic AfO quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital ity naturally and Unrun Tablets arc the product of the latest most permanently 1161 skillful and learned rmarch In ellUatenaevery time used They begin nt the Beat of the dlseae and act on the andandWOMEN strong and Ubery They have our unqualified guarantee hey aurely and stop all drains loVerlcocelquicklybad ManhoodImpotency Night Losses of Tobacco and WhiskeyLost Vertigo5tt orgth enst Paralysis and Consumption WeaK Women Sd Swill bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add pleasure to life We could give Thous ands of Testimonials but your best way Is to try them We refund the money 1 if a euro is not atTeetedtTry them and If you want It you can have your money bark just for the Bklllg Price roc a box of Zen days treatment Six boxes J250 Securely sealed bv mail Postage tnmni taken LowvilleSold by Cowgill Cowgill The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Rjaute s that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter thn oilier routes this saving in distancesmakes a corresponding save s v I JOg in times tr c Cotton Belt trains carry Putlman 1 Sleepers at night Parlor Cafe Cars Cosin1ihtfwhere you ue i andfti TVIIlkl et and send you I com pitt 4- Z schedule for the trip We wW also vi send you an inifrestins little book + t itTrfn to Texas a N EUUHTPJLCUrtlL r SLtlttitMklyu Leaves Chicago at 63Up m daily VIA etc CHICAGO iRAILWAVi Arrives St Paul af750am Minneapolis d830a m The Only Perfect Train tn the World j J I LABORS HOLIDAY The Day Was More Generally Olr ebrated Throughout tlnited States Than Heretofore f IE IMPOSING PARADES IN MANY CITIES Small Riot Occurred at Tybfc Island Near Savannah Ga Bt tweeu Civilians and Soldiers At Atlanta CJn nor ona float In the farads AVnn Thrown Kromtk the Wagon nod Crtixlicil i to heath Savannah Oa Sept 3 Pusiness of all kinds was practically suspended 3 at noon for labor tiny There was n parade of organized labor through the streets in 1 participatedwas thu fact that the line was led J hricklnyersAfter trains for Tybee island 20 miles dis taint where the principal events of the day were to occur During the afternoon there was much boisterousness nt the island and a ot individual fights occurred At promicedI gerous riot between civilians and soldiers from Fort Screven A call was sent to the fort for troops tto quell the disturbance but for sonic reason there was no response After the rioting subsided it was found there were ninny broken hearts and noses but no fatalities The Uay In Southern Cllen Atlanta Ca Sept 3Labor day Vas celebrated here Monday on an elaborate scale Over 5000 persons participated in the parade lolm Elliott an 11yearold lad who occupied a place on a float in the parade was thrown from the wagon after the procession disbanded and crushed to death lie was the son of the chief electrician of the Atlantic Railway and Power Co Birmingham Ala Sept 3 Labor day was celebrated on a more extensive fccale than usual Upwards of 5000 men were in tthe parade Richmond Va Sept tThl Labor day parade in Kichinond wrs the largest and finest ever seen here There were 4001 men in line Dallas Tex Sept 3Labor day wns celebrated store elaborately here than ever before Three thousand men were in line in the form oft trades assembly and building trades carnival All business in the city was suspended Jkewpurt News Va Sept 3 Labor lay celebration here resulted in the closing of thc shipyard and nil l tisi ness houses and in athletic events nt Uuckroc Reach under the auspices of the Central tabor union WTI I AT SAN FRANCISCO A lurRde of Uorklllnn In Which It IN KMlliiiiiUil 0000 3Ieii Were In tune San Francisco Sept tla01 day was celebrated in this city hn jw radc of workingmen in which it is estimated that not less than 20000 members of various unions partici pated During the afternoon there were literary exercises at the Mechanics pavilion KxCongressman lames Mc jiiire was the speaker and in the evening ball was given for the ben tilt of the locked oui men and strik ers Across the bay at Shell Mound park the unions owing allegiance to i the liuilding Trades council assembled at a picnic Nearly 10000 per sons were present The parade occupied nearly three liours in passing a given point and 1i was notable for the absence of spectacular display The men temporarily out of work were given the place of honor and as they passed down the broad street theywere greeted with almost continuous hers from thousands sympathizers i Grand Ifapids Mich Sept 3Tnbor a day was celebrated In this city Mon Jay with a street parade of labor fk unions in the morningvhen 2 00 men were in line and sports of va krious kinds at Reeds lake ami a prize 11 baby contest in the afternoon Labor Iay nt Portland Ore Portland Ore Sept 3The Labor day celebration in Portland was de cidedly the grandest in the history k of the city There were over 4000 men in the parade which was nearly ant hour and a half tit passing a given point Following the parade literary exercises were held at which Uov Gccr and Mayor Rowe delhered short addresses Trial Jtn ItesnltecNewport II L Sept 1l1u s mill official trial race of the Colum z liia and the Constitution Mondrfy prac e tically had no result V c yachts ii forlack of wind were unable to finish r within the time llimit of five and one halt hours Accidental ShootliiK Atlanta Ga Sept 3Ray Wllkes- flged It was accidentally shot mid killed witlr a parlor rifle by his si- sterhortine aged 13tt their moth vrs home in this city Monday afte upon Irol Snfphln Ilroirnnl v prk lpt J runjcn C Sot Phiis aY professor in Johns Hopkins I droncd in thot jyniverslty uasi Shrewsbury rivei near Atlantic City 1 I r 1 CEREMONY OF KOTOWING Hmnfror AVIIlinni ValviH It and Prince liana and Entourage start For Hcrllii lijisle Switzerland Sept 31t 11 oVJock Monday night Prince Chon bytimestarting n member of the mission said that Uinperor William had de cided to waive the ceremony of ko towing and that the only persons to be received by him tit ceremonial audience would bo Prince Chula and Ting Chang TIll member of the mission in question said also tint the mission would remain in 1erlin for a fortnight and had received and accepted invitations from the BritI ish Italian American Belgian and Japanese governments THE FRENCH EVACUATE Palter of Aneexlnrn wad Imprrlnl City lliiiiiltMl Over to thc Chl lIeMl llvtiiintcturtr 1aris Sept 3M De tarcssar minister of marine has received a dls lunch from IVkliig announcing that the French have formally hauled over the palace of ancestors and the imperial clay to the Chinese plenipotentiaries and that only one Preach battalion remains in the old French quarter rla0 Zing Fu and the other points adjacent that were occupied by the French have been evacuated the ells patch says after salute to the trio color from Chinese regulars THE PLAY SUPPRESSED Civil Covcrnor CoiiNlilcr Iork IJIIBH or 1iielt Stunstn Innult to Amerlcnii AVoninnhooiI Havana Sept aChU Gov Nunez has suppressed a French play trans fated into Spanish which had been presented at the Iavret theater by a Spanish company The play is en titled Pork Kings or Lncle Sam Senor Nunex describes it as an in suit to American womanhood La Lucha protesting against the production in the strongest terms says This play consists of vile and useless malevolence which is heaped upon the entire American notion in stead of a small group FILLED WITH BUCKSHOT ClmrUx Mnrtlii 1Vii Shot and Dialed Hy X J Hell Ir at Moiit sutne ry tin Montgomery Ala Sept tt n house on Lntlie street Monday niifht Charles Martin was shot and killed by XJ Ben jr To loads of buck shot took eJTcet in Martins head at Muse range Death nat instantane OilS Itnui nie prominent melt Per sons in the house say that Martin had threatened to kill Hell on sighti find with n pistol in his hand was in the net of forcing his way into a room occupied by BellI when lc was killedFOR HIGH TREASON Dr Ivrnnnc Former Governor of Johniiiie hiirfr linn Itfirii trusted In London I Ixmdon Sept IDr Kniusc for mer governor of Johannesburg and a prominent official of thc late Trans vaal government was arrested in London on a charge of high treason He will be arraigned Tuesday at low street police court For the past four months Dr Krause has been liviig in Great Britain It is alleged that after signifying i his allegiance to the British crown he secretly forwarded informa tion to the Boers Four Stores Dcnlroycd Ry Fire Llpley Tenn Sept 3Fire which started in the dry goods store of S Sullivan Monday night destroyed four stores in two hours The largest loss was that of the 1 B Ferguson Dry Goods Co There is a strong be lief that tile fire was of incendiary origin Iloertt to Ho Deported Cape Town Sept tThl military administration has determined it is said to deport all the Boers in the reconcent rat ion camps numbering up ward of 100000 to garrisoned towns on the coast where food is more readily available llvniiinrk Will Sell London Sept 3l dispatch to a news agency from Copenhagen Moo day says the new Danish ministry has decided to accept the United States offer of 16000000 kroner for the Dan ish West Indies The Fluent Frcnh Water Jenrl Nashville Tenn Sept 3 Marion Mt Ford of Kimwood Inn is the proud owner of the ffinest fresh water pearl inthe world today ltrc per fectly round and white weighs 116 grains and has a fine luster A Diikeilom For SnllNhnry Birntinghnmlkmily ward is likely to confer a dukedom on Lord Salisbury at the time of his majestys coronation Snlclded in the River St Lonis Sept 3Miss Katie Mar tin20 years oh yomiuJ eA suicide at New Athens III by vuJlcfttg bud ward with cored eyes into thin Oknw river s I To Form h tfoloutil Array Berlin Sept S Count Yon Buelow the chancellor is formulating Ipr I posnte which he gill Joon ztlbtttit theGeniian sfntesv fur the forum tiou of the colonial army A TOWN BESIEGED Liberals or Iniur ents Command the Entrance to the Harbor of Bocas Del Toro ARE COMMANDED BT A NiCARAUGtUN They Are Fairly Well Armed posses sinir Two Caution as Well as Plenty of Ammunition The Op pox in Iurct base Ollnlnn ally iohn iiK d ShutInett SlIle AwiiltliiK the Other to He Kin tin Hntlle Colon Colombia A tW SI Delayed three days hy the ltU CHHmUfi Del Toro 40 miles west of Colon is vii tually besieged by the liberals or insurgents They number at least 200 and occupy Provision island which is opposite the town and commands time entrance to the harbor They are fairly well armed possessing two small modern eannon as well as plenty of ammunition and are com manded by a Nicnrngunn Among them art many NMearaguan and Costa llican liberals For more than a month the liberals have been threatening the town bout a fortnight ago they improved their position on Provision inland about a mile and a half from ilocas del Toro whieh also is on an island md the opposing forces have occa sionally exchanged shots although with the exception of one lamaiean wounded there hate been no casualties The harbor Ohntrnotloii The liberal poition is strong and the situation is likely to remain as it iis until one side or the other makes an attack Such an action would subject the attacking party to the severe tire of their opponents 1- 1it would IK necessary to pass from liocas del Toro to Provision iisland or vice versa in smalt open boats Neither side is inclined to take the rislThe government has about 170 men there and the town can only be reached by very liglri draught steam ers through roundabout channels The Initcd States French British and rJerman consular agents in loeus del Toro told the Colombian commander there that if the severe ha bor restrictions interrupting con merce were not abated they would MIll for gunboats These representa tion resulted in a limit ed improve ment only in harbor conditions The 1 tilted States r nsiil agent in iSoeas del1 Toro has made an urgent appeal to the l niteil States onul in olon to send a gunboat Commander Surgentof the LrSgun hot Mnchias is fully informed of the situation and if this does not improve shortly the Macbias probably will proceed to Hotas del Toro POSTAL MESSENGERS lcrIlIIMlnn Oivrn the lohnnCcl nt 3t icon n to Mxprriiiuiit AVith Special Delivery Systeut Macon in Sept 3 Postmaster Kd wards of this city hats been grant ed permission by the post oilice de partment to experiment with the special delivery system to the extent of using postal messengers as tittelegraph companies use call boys A telephone is in the post otilee nile ifi letter or parse is to be sent anywhere in the city n messenger boy 11103 be summoned He takes the letter to the post OmInd records H Then he carries it to the addressee The total cost to the sender is 12 cents GRAND ARMY PARADE Prcnldont MeKIiiley linn Given Itis CIt IIMCt to Go to Clovolniid nnil- Hevlciv It Cleveland 0 Sept itIf 0 Sar Kent chainiKiin of the citizens com mittee mind Postmaster C C Dewstoe chairman of the committee in charge of time firnndl Army day parade and D C Mel n tyre chairman of the con mittee in charge of the naval parade went to Canton Monday and inviter resident1 McKinley to review the naval parade as well as the military parade They reported on returning to Cleveland the president had con sented to come- Snnreulr of Emnrenn Alexandra Paris Sept 3MI I Loubet accord iug to the lijjaro will offer to Km press Alexandra of Kussin as a per soiial souvenir the inaifnifieant bis chit dinner service designed by Leon rd which wis so greatly admirer1I luring the last exposition Killed on the Way Front Lhnrch lluntsvllle Itah Sept asober1 Hrahani a well known citizen o Weber county and a prominent oh cinl In the Mormon church wns nliot sad almost instantly kilcil while returning front church Sunday night The attain is shrouded in mysury Killed Ills SonliiIiivr Sprinjrfield Tenn Sept A- Cross 1Inlas Monday lohi Strick land a well known fnrnier shot tan dj instantly lulled his sonlnlnvr Ewin Chniidler Strickland Hrrn leid but as it was n clear wise of self dsfense he xvill not be prosecuted Coutni Iv Shot nail Killed 1ulaski Tenn Sept 3Pressl Van llouser a constable waR shot anti ins nnUr killed at Sand Springs Ala by a man named Kersteln in a- diiliculty about some peaches It REBELS DEFEATED Inltlllrtnnl lIaCnulati J nod Insurgents Puntstoearly eaptur or survrlerf gliguel1 Mi1 lvar the insurgent lead er AVI iln either event OllIUft tlIv tMe will be favorable to thu cstab1 11utent U tlIliltlImilitary two rc l- Iar vents instead of four which C result in a considerable aviiifr1 headquarters of one department SBlrt be Manila and of the other 1ojipch day shows an increasing nniti bcrsofsurrenders und captures in all ti disaffected districts Later ae corjyits of the recent engagement In Ifotaiigas province between Capt 11 L hale with a detachment of tilt SQtlri infantry and tin insurgent ltd rionnles show that it trait more nmmrtant than it wits first ton id cr Many deserters and renegades wjre seen and heard giving coin nmrids in English Col Umcins two CjSccis and 30 men were killed after i4 Jigagement hutting three hours Jloiiday Dr Pardee dc 1iivera Bkito Legardo and lose Jjuiunqgii tQfiJc 1houth of oilice HS membuts ofthe Philippine comniijwion The American members with ticksuc ruILries have been assigned to the following administrative depart nitjnjs Mr Worcester department ofbile interior Mr Wright depart I eiiloft commerce and police Mr ldp department of finance and juu ticei and Mr Moses department of pujilic instruction The commission fKIconsidering the advisability of abolishing the income tux and of making other changes in internal 1CyGIl11NTjvo new political parties are in process of formation Senor Patcr heading one and Senor Pubad the other Both favor the ultimate in tlc l1ii1ipiiIie8Senor the members of the congressional party wIpcallll on the transport McClcllan to jjxamine into the general ndmin istration of ilTairs in the Philippines to l11 awarded medals bearing on one sid features of the fJoddess of Lib ertand on the other the inscrip tion Home 1Iule for the 1IIlIlf pit laUhin a few months electric true liofthvill replace horse power on tLc ManilarvTRADE IN CUBA Tlie Export and Import DnrlitU the llrxt Seven 31i Ti lin of 9 This Year Wi hinton Sept C Some flgnre rcfn lng io the export uul Import trlufe of Cuba for tthe first seven months of this year compared with n similar period last year just pub lished by the division of insular affairs war department indicate that radical changes are going on in that trade and that the United States mud other North American countries are the sufferers in this turn of trade It is known that the exports from Cuba for the period mentioned this year were valued at 3So1030 as against SI34tor for the same period last year while the imports for the same period were worth WGUUTSIT as against 109351S2 for the correspond tug period in 1900 The imports from the United States diminished 04 percent and that of other North Amer ican countries 15G per cent Cuba shipped to the United States during the saute period 111 per cent more goods than during the preceding year and to the other North American countries T4SS per cent more WAS IT EXPLORER ANDREE IiuIInitN Found Doilies of Two White 3Irn in a llrokcn ItaMlcct at the 3Iouth of MOOHL lliver Kaukakce 111 Sept 2 Walter W Cobb and Gt y Shields who Lave just returned from a 45 days trip through the Hudson bay region bring hack a story told by Indians of the fat north that may relate to the missing explorer Andrec and one of his twc companionsAt Factory a Hudson bay trading post at the mouth of Moost river the seven men stationed there reported that a partyof Indians whc lastospring told of the finding of the bod ies of two white men nt a point about DUO miles north of Moose Fie tory The story of the Indians was that the bodies were found in a broken basket their description ol which seemed to indicate a basket of a balloon 1telMg Secretary of War Washington Sept 2Col Sanger the assist taut secretary of war who returned to the city has left the city again for his country home in fiunilyfnr stopping lien Oillcpie chief of engineers will net as secretary of wrfr during the absence of Secretary hoot and Col Sanger HoirH UIoiv Vit n TraIn hitehencrtrlrts to the war oilice that nine J l jSons were killed and IT others w 4RrjKrt in the blowing up and de 4lrouhr of the train which the Boers destroyed Saturday between Water at anti 11 amans Kraal Prominent Uistlller Dead CyClrle abed 54 years mayor of 1ria Irvin 1S90 to LSD2 and head Clarkelhome in this city after a long illness j c t e STRIKERS UNEASY Several Unlawful Acts Were Par ticipated in Around the Star PlanT Pittsbnrg IT IS FEARED THEY MAY MULTIPLY Steel Officials Claim a Special DelivI ery Boy Was Stopped and aILetter Inspected A Colored Man Mistaken For n Xon LtiloiilMt luau a nrruir K ciiie front Serious Injury unit r Mlhle Death Pit tlbnrg Sept 3Thl big tabor day demonstration monopolized the attention of workmen and strikers here and in the surrounding1 towns but steel manufacturers went on mak ing preparations for time opening of the plants that are shut down by the strike and increasing the number of men at the mills already in partial operation Kvidnees of impatience ar cropping out on the side of the strikers and feats that the unlawful acts par ticipated in by the strikers Sunday night toad Monday about the Star plant navy multiply and spread to other quarters The officials of the Star plant claim that Monday pickets about their mill held up a special delivery buy from the post office with a letter before he was allowed to proceed The matter will be reported to the postal authorities at once ConinanyN CurrlnKe Stoned It is also charged that the strikers stoned the company carriage on Penn t avenue Monday morning but did no special damage to the occupants The aggressiveness of the strikers was further demonstrated late Mon tiny afternoon when a mob surround ed William Jones a colored man who vats mistaken for a nonunion man from the Star works lie had a narrow escape from serious injury and possibly death by time appearance of Police Lieut Crossan who same to his rescue Before Crossan could secure additional aid he was almost overwhelmed by the large crowd that boll gathered The prompt arrival of a large force of officers prolxibly saved lones from Ixing lynched During the parade most of the pickets were away from the Star mills and the company succeeded in secur leg several new men Of the lot that arrived in Phtsburg early MondiU it was said that a good many of thorn were for the Delimiter plant in Me TCeesport and were now in that plant where operations are to begin in a short time TheI Painter mills in West Carson street started up as usual with in creased forces There was no change in the Lawrenceville district The failure of the Amalgamated people to cripple the Carnegie openhearth plant at Duquesne Monday morning is looked upon by the steel ollicials as the death blow of the strike in the Carnegie mills at least THE CONSTANS AFFAIR Sultan of Turkey Will ItefIIMe Any Concession The KrtMieli 1 escln- trr I to lie Sent Paris Sept 3Thl Matin an nounces that it has received from n source alleged to be authoritative in Constantinople information to the effect that the sultan relying upon time assurance ofn great power that France will not proceed to force will refuse any concession in the Const mis affair It was nmond Monday that a naval division will be ordered to Turkish waters Tuesday Munir IVy will only return to Paris airainst the wishes of the French government unless the dispute iis settled Will llcinniii at Manila Washington SeptAdm Ilemey has cabled the navy department that the Philippine commission has urgently recommended the retention of a naval ofliccr as captain of the port of Manila expressing a desire that Lieut Commander Marix shall re main in that port The navy depart ment has consented to time request and Lieut Commander Marx who had been ordered home will stay at Manila Small Hint tf Birmingham Pinningham Ala Hlpt1A small riot occurred at Second avenue mind Nineteenth street Monday afternoon where a crowd of union men gathered and tried to dissuade persons from riding on the street ears run by nonunion men Several men wire pulled from the cats and seven arrests were made oiillnlon Miner lit tslairg Pa Sept Another large number of nonunion miners from the east and south arrived1 here Monday for work in the ltigunr mine The company has replaced most of the men in the mines at Flem ing Stockades will be built at once to protect tint miners Churned With Murder Fort Worth Tex Sept 3 Joseph Perry and son ivere arrested at Wrts ahachie Tex nHarged with having killed n man named utledge on the public road near Mansfield this coon tv The body of the dead man wa Ileft lying in the read Archdeacon oj Norfolk lJh London Sept 3Xtws has reaehc J London that tHe venerable W Mina Pelhrm Burn nrchdeacon of Norfolk Las been killed in the Tyrol j e A F OLIVER lacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY rIVEtE A TRIAL when you wael JC BlackntnUhlng done or repairing aeoni c Boreeehoinq a eptcivltj I also keep a full line o- fUndertakors Goods Common Rosewood sod Solid Blast alont CoMa and Case which can bt tedup in short notice And at reason ible price Glee Bie a call alai Shop near the Jail LIVERY STABLEOP- POSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys arriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa ronage solicited Telephone 19 t athBootaoSplendid I SEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Call andsee our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY RKREKDKB t 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 wo old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL PROWELL DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKHAN KENTUCKY Office over Cowctll Oowgilla Drug store C B EAKBK I General Gcocer Powell Block Clinton St HaTing pureh sed the Grocery Slook oi IJ C Ooodur Inl would be 1ledl In- have all old friends to call Fresh Good and Choice BaK ini W J BARRY CO AT nUCK ERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED n II F Rrniley Joe IV Bennett BENNETT REMLEY =ATIOBNSYS ATLAW =Will practice m all Courts especially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts offle will remain at Clinton and Mr Keuileys in llickman I TheBig Four Route Is a Railway System Comprisingr2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Built and Equipped in the MostI Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction t r The Passenger Train Service of the u BIO FOUR ROUTE provides zoo Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 23 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars i j In addition to which Sixty Pullmac Sleepers arc In Continuous Service on the BIO FOUR and its Througk Car Lines WARREN J LYNCH WPDEPPB cca a2LTktAgtCu 0 Aut G P T I f j r The Hickman Courier r GEOltGE WARREN Publisher 11ICKMAN KENTUCKYr J 1901l SEPTEMBER 4J SUJL HOS ron WIt rica TEL SIT i1 2 345 6 7 8 9 110 111 12 13114 15 J617 18 19 2QI21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 u CURRENT TOPICS An ordinary piano contains a mile of piano wire I The United Kingdom has 850 blast t furnaces France 570 t Science is now studying drunkards x l y the use of machinest Xcw Zealand crown lands are now a disposed of for 999 years Colorado leads all the states in the production of bothgold and silver 5 A vessel going from Montreal tc Port Arthur has to ascend GOO feet The various countries of the world use 13400 different kinds of postage stampsDuring the year ending June 30 last there were 4200 cases of smallpox in Tennessee Tine Bible used in Queen Victorias coronation was sold by auction recent ly for 40 guineas The Irish river in Siberia is 220C miles in length and drains 600000 milts of territory JCangeroos can jump eleven feet in height against a dears best record of nine feet six inches According to the anthropologist Alfredo Nicefore a North Italian dif fens less from a German than he does from a Sicilian The largest sponge ever found came from the Mediterranean It was about three fret across nnd ten feet t in circumference The searchlight at tho Buffalo ex position o tsl3 light 50 miles away but still lacks a good deal of the white glare of publicity Gen Palmer commanderinchief inI India is a physical giant with iron gray hair and mustache eloquent eyes and a cheery smile Beaumont Tex claims the highest N TheyNr 150 feet from the ground on either side of the Xechcs river The use of the Bible in the public school at Oxford Chenango county N Y will be discontinued within the near future the district having decided that question by a vote of 3G 1o 16 T Jenkins Haines the author of sea tales owns a yacht of his own which is most of the time his home He has been a captain for a merchant- mann and is consequently an expert sailorProf Sylvester Waterhouse for fortyfour years a member of the faculty of Washington university in St Louis has had to resign the chair severetillness At least half a dozen scientists are now carefully studying snails The reason according to one of them iJ because these little animals are cx traordinarily sympathetic and intel ligentBaron MountStephen of London K has announced a gift of 200000 to the Presbyterian church of Scotland the income to go to ministers in his native district of Aberdeenshlre and lianffshire John W Bowler general superin tended and director of physical training in the public gymnasium of Bos toA has accepted a fiveyear appointment as director of physical training at Dartsmouth college- A portrait of Gov Joseph Dudley royal governor of Massachusetts from ThomastDudley governor under the first 4 charter in 1634 40 43 and 50 has been Presented to Massachusetts Prof Wnlderaar Schmidt the Dan ish archaelogist intends to visit all the grcqt museums of Europe in or der to collect material for the publi cation of a catalogue of the Egyp than antiquities contained in them The Nebraskan state game warden fightsthe grasshoppers longer with poison 4Eayingthat the loss Of birds and game is too costly a price to pay for the dew etrnction of comparatively few in Sects The duke of Cornwall and York will be asked to press the button at Que ec which will open the Central Do aainion fair on September 16 The duke will be in Ottawa on the last u day of the fair and an effort wiU be made to have him visit it Cattlecarrying steamers vary in ca 11- a pacity front 50 to 60 on the upper deck only to upward of GOO which ar dis tributed on two decks i The number of Protestant Chris j j jtians in India and Ceylon has in fit t teen years grown from 440780 to 753 641 nearly 70 per cent The use of theuE Pluribus Unum J on coin was never authorized by law Its first known use was on a New Jeer trey cent struck off in 177C In Xante one of the Ionian islands there is a petroleum spring which hat been known for nearly 3000 years H ja mentioned by Herodotus fFIEKN1QHTSTEMPLAR H B Stoddard of Texas Elected Grand Commander Prank II Thotna Captured Junior Grand AViinlcnnhlii The Xcit Conclave Will lie held in San ranclco In 10OI Louisville Ky Aug 27Thc 2Sth triennial conclave of the Grand En campment of Knights Templar be gan here Tuesday- It is estimated that 40000 Sir Knights were in line when the big parade moved at 030 a m Tuesday headed by Maj John II Leathers tho grand marshal This pageant extended over n torte of four miles and was the crowning glory of the conclave Knights tem plars frost nearly every nook and cranny of the country including even Honolulu were in line Louisville Ky Aug 28The key to the city was formally turned over to the Knights Templar by Mayor Weaver Tuesday afternoon When the formal welcome lo the knights was extended by Judge Bar ker of Louisville acting for Guy Beckham and exCongressmnn W C P Breckinridge the mention of his name elicited applause Col Breckinridge delivered the chief address at this function Grand Master Lloyd responded briefly Qt was so late when the pVogrrfnunc V as completed that there Was little time for the actual business of the grand encampmentLouisville Ky Aug 29 Colorado Commandery No 1 of Denver before an admiring throng of 18000 people yid under the critical eyes of a board of judges composed of three regular army officers and a representative of the Knights Templar Wednesday captured first prize in the competition drill teams from commauderios of thej knights St Bernard No 35 the 7av orite with the majority of spectators captured second place while Golden Gate No 10 of San Francisco and Hanselmnn No 1C of Cincinnati came in for third and fourth prizes respectively California Commandery No 1 being the only mounted com mand had no difficulty in capturing the trophy for the best appearance and drill on horseback A bare of liaiilbomc Kentucky belles acting as sponaorji presented the prircs This over the contestants nnd their sponsors led a grind march after which dancing began The trophies were of silver and were as follows First prize 34 pieces valued at 3000 second prize 25 pieces libation sot valued at i000 third prize center piece valued at 1 00 fourth prize two pieces mount ed valued at UOO The prize for the mounted drill was a huge silver loving cup valued at 000 The judges were Capt A S Fleming artillery U S A Lieut Fred De Funiak 22d infantry C S A Capt Charles Surct artillery U- S1 and Maj C S Ammel a tern plar officer of Columbus O Louisville Ky Aug 30After electing officers and selecting San Francisco as the place of meeting the first Tuesday in September 1904 the 28th triennial conclave of Knights Templar whou has been in progress here since Tuesday Thursday adjourned to the date set and tile fes tivities came to n climax at a magnificent ball held Thursday night at the horse show building Henry Bates Stoddard of Texas was elected grand commander to sue ceed Reuben H JIodof California Col George M Moulton of Chicago was elected to succeed Mr Stoddarc as deputy grand master rev W IL llugg of Rhode Island advanced one rank to the ofllce of grind generalissimo made vacant by the election of Col Moulton William D Melish of Cincinnati 0 was elected to succeed llugg as captain general while Joseph A Locke of Portland Me the junior grand warden was made senior grand war denThese officers were elected without opposition The only contest came in the election of grand recorder and junior grand warden There were 15 candidates On the first ballot Frank H Thomas of Washington D C received 137 votes As only 141 votes are necessary to choice it was regarded as crrtain that the second ballot would elect him The second ballot gave the office to Thomas he receiving 185 out of 20S In the contest for the grand re cordcrship W II Mayo of St Louis who held the office for six years was pitted against John A Gerow of De troit Mr Mayo led on the first bal lot but lost steadily thereafter and Ute ollice went to the Detroiter on the fifth ballot H Wales Lies of Connecticut was reelected grand OJpol sitionThe installation of the new offi cers followed Sir Knight Stoddard the new grand master was given an enthusiastic reception by Texas tem plars Thursday night Sheriff llcMi niible 29tdjtfenDoekcry on the recent Pierce City nice war hoide Sheriff Manlove of Lawrence county responsible for the lynching of the three innocent Ne groes Janice Younger to Wed St Paul Aug 30 James Younger the bandit who is now out on parolft after serving 25 years in prison here is to marry Miss Aiix T Mueller veil pbltnnUtropist BOILER EXPLODED fj lrvrii IVronnw Were Killed ant Score Injured online Stonmlnjat City of Trentontt Philadelphia A up 29Whilciert h Idiellmfll torthoilerand injuring over a score of other Four passengers are missing bUuiis ninny unstained slight injuries itris thought the missing may be ainffng those who did not find it uceesStfry to go to the hospital R- After i the explosion the boat took fire and ran aground She Hug a wrecked nail blackened hulk in the marshes opposite Torresdale Iler Bold is filled with water and it is feared mybewhen the water is pumped outfPhiladelphia Aug lOIt developed Thursday that the result of the cx plosion of the boiler on the steamer City of Trenton while on her waytup the Delaware river from this citytto Trenton was more appalling than was at first supposed Nine persons are known to be dead at least 20 are missing most of whom are believed to have been on the steamer and two of the injured still inlie hospital will probably die Although the searchers have been dragging the river ever since Wednesday afternoon they have bcenlun able to find any more bodies That there are more victims in the river is the firm belief of the authorities and their failure to find additional dead is supposed to be due tofthe strong current in the river riiiladclphia Sept 2The bodies of four more victims of the steamboat explosion on the Delaware liver last Wednesday were found Sunday malting n total of = i bodies so Jar recovered Throe of them were uleu tifiedas Clara Weild aged 13 lsllie Ilallantyne aged 23 and Elizalietli Oillison aged 23 Four personsvure Still missing and six lie at the morgue waiting identification j missjngnahe o of the bodies were burned bCJond recognition PRESIDENTS DAY CIrllIulllleH Which Will Mnr1Mc- Klnleys VUil to the lspoisf lion AnruiiK l r Buffalo N Y Sept 2 lie Oere monies and other format funqfioris rpnnleOsposition have been finally arranged by the committee on reception girls lident McKinley and jiariyuavilLarrivo at the station of the New YorkCen trnl railroad from Canton about G oclock on the evening of Septembei 4 They will be met nt Dunkirk by a special committee On arriving here a presidential salute of 21 guns will be fired by a squad of United States soldiers from Kort Porter belly will ring and vhisties blow Escorted by a platoon of mounted polirre T the iresident will be driven to the resi Hence of lohn G Milburn where with his party hi will be entertained during his stay in Huualo On Thursday Presidents clayPres ident McKinley will leave Mr MH burrs house for the expositionTat 1C thefpreolWent4he leinland hold a public reception inthtTemple of Music Tt WENT TO THE BOTTOM George llcloher the WellICnowi Kpert and Fancy Stvlmnnrj Drowned- New York Sept 2George liolcher of Brooklyn well known as anex pert and fancy swimmer was drown fackaYtnybeaeliee hibition in deep water of how a swimmer could carry a person on his back and his daughter Eva 18 yeararbld rhundreds tJ3 watching the two when Belcherand his daughter began to flounder intht water The crowd thought this wa1 part of the exhibition andnoont made a move to help until Belchers wife who was among the spectators mustheFinally a man in the crowd rushed divingbroughtface She was revived but when 1er fathers body was recovered life iva extinct The Klrxt Stake St Louis Sept 2Under the di rection of Chief SCaylorvvhoscduty worlffnirdrive the first stake of the Louisiana 1ur nttlulHlItouiimitlnii liuniltcrnntn Mexico City Sept 2M De jio wit advance agentthefor itatrsthatnow ec route for Mexico Considerable doubt exists as to the date of thelr f- 1rlintliAVIII Unc Electric lotorf1 tlcntT41JmlrailroadItsteamlocomotiveselec i uGreat CLEVELAND FLOODED A Cloudburst Does About 1000 000 Worth of Damage- rheSurilrrir Waters Spread Over A Area Xeiirly Eight Miles Lung und About One und u half Miter In Vliltli Cleveland Sept 2Wlth the break ingof dawn Sunday morning the cit- Izens I of Cleveland awoke to look upon a scene of unparalleled devasta don and destruction caused by a raging Hood While the entire city was more or less affected the great volume of raging water vented its anger over miles of the eastern por tion of the cityand caused an amount of damage approximated at 1000000 tine appalling overflow was caused by a terrific rant that commenced to fall shortly utter 2 oclock turn ing into a perfect cloudburst between the hours of 3 and 5 and then continued with great force until nearly 10 oclock The storm according to the weather officials was the heaviest that ever swept over Cleveland since the establishment of the govern ment bureau in this city over 40 years ago That no lies were lost is nothing short of a miracle as the stories of thrilling escapes from the water on several of the principal resident streets of the city are told The surging waters spread over an area in the east end nearly eight miles long nod a mile and a Half wide Great volumes of water poured over from Doan until kidding brooks down Quincy street swamped Vienna street rushed over Cedar avenue back over on Fast Prospect street rushed like a mill race down Lincoln avenue to Euclid avenue and then on to Glen Park place where houses were un dermined as though built of straw and almost increditable damage done to streets and property Over a large share of this exclusive residence territory the water rushed with terrific force varying in deptn fronirone to six feet Culverts tres tles timid bridges were tort down and for hours nothing seemed capable of stemming the tide of destruction Hundreds of residents who were imprisoned in their beautiful monies like stranded inlanders weir almost panic stricken Danger signals were Jlahgd about the city speedily as the disabled telephone system would al low and the work of rescue cam nUn ccl Rowboats plied lunch and forth as sisting whole families from perilous pitifullyiradequatenecessary to go to the extraordinary precaution of calling on the life say ing crew from the river a distance of seven miles This life boats were quickly loaned on wagons and hurried to the scene of destructionThe surged with awful force for hours in Deering street from Fairmount to the Boulevard and pennedinand six feet deep surrounding their homes At this point the life saving crew worked valiantly and assisted by squads of firemen and policemen finally succeeded in landing the ter rorstriokcn people in places of safety The fear was greatly enhanced by the momentary expectation that the great Shaker Heights dam would break loose and belch forth ter rible destruction Shortly before noon the succeeded in undermining a S torrcntI graves in St Joseph cemetery corner of East Madison and Woodland and the bodies were soon being tossed about in the waters The great flood boiled over the banks of Doan brook all along the Pioulevard and caused damage that it will take months to repair Great jagged holes are torn in tine beauti ful driveway and the look of ruin stretches in every direction Tine street railways will suffer an immense loss extending in varying degrees over every portion of the city THE EXPIATORY MISSION It Ir Doubtful Whether Prince Chunw and Kin 1iirty Will Go to Merlin Berlin Sept 2It is now very doubtful according to a dispatch to the Lokal Anzeiger from Basel Switz erland whether Prince Chun will come to Berlin to make formal apol ogy for the murder of Baron Ket teler Members of the expiatory mission say Under present con ditions we can never go to Berlin We would rather die than accept themIt appears that they object particularly 1o Prince Chains attendants prostrating themselves before Em peror William inasmuch as this is a special honor reserved for the em porer of China and would involve IL recognition of the kaisers equalify LnvrtonM Portrait on Stumps Washington Sept 2Tine war de partment has decided to place a portrait of Gen IIT Lawton the military hero wino lost his life at San Mateo in the Philippines on one of the new issues of postage stamps tc be issued soon IrcHldeiit of Eciuulor Guayaquil Ecuador Sept 21n ac cordance with the constitution ol Ecuador President Alfara at 12 oclock Satnrday night gave over the presi dential oflioe to his successor Gen Leonidas rloza t I IShe Knew ABBM Ke eter andhernephewfrom ofbothSay sanity he put in when toe found an opening in the old ladys continuous chain theSkeetersomewhere Knew em allcried the old lady with out indeedDidthejokeragainWellttartyhesDeardearold times And then the wicked nephew had to go lauCb1cveland An lnry One i dreadfulpiano and 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at or below quoted prices for tare CO33ti fc u 1 c ri j e i ASUMMEE SERMON Discourse Full of the Breath of Hills and Fields Dr TalniOKc iipllen 11111 Text to the World In AVhlcIi lee IheThe Need of Olive Ilruucliex la Every Day Life Copyright 1901 by Louis mop ch N Y This discourse of Dr Talmage is full of the breath of the hills and fields and is a summer sermon text Neheralah viii 13 Go forth unto the mount and fetch olive branches and pine branches and myrtle branches and palm branches and branches of thick trees to make booths It seems as if Mount Olivet were unmoored The people have gone in to the mountain and have cut off tree branches and put them on their shoulders and they come forth now into the streets of Jerusalem and on the house tops and they twist these tree brandies into arbors or booths Then the people come forth from their comfortable homes and dwell for seven days in these booths or arbors Why do they do that Wll it is a great festal time It is the feast of tabernacles and these people are going to celebrate the desert travel of their fathers and their Ce Jiverance from their troubles the cx perience of their fathers when traveling in the desert they lived in booths on their way to the land of Canaan And so these booths also became high ly suggestive I will not say they are necessarily typical but highly sug gestive of our march toward leaven and of the fact that we are only liv ing temporarily here as it were in booths or arbors on our way to the Canaan of eternal resttlnd what was said to the lews literally may be said figuratively to all this au dience Go forth unto the mountain and fetch olive branches and pine branches and myrtle branches and palm branches and branches of thick trees to male booths Yes we are only here in a temporary residence We are marching on The merchant princes who used to live in Bowling Green New York have passed away and their resi dences are now the fields of cheap merchants Where arc the men who CO years ago owned Washington and pew York Passedon There is to use in our driving our stakes too deep into the earth we are on the inarch The generations that have preceded us have gone so far on that we cannot even hear the sound of their footsteps They have gone over the hill and we are to follow them But blessed be God we are not in this world left out of doors ami unsheltered There are Gospel booths or Gospel arbors in which our souls are to be comforted Go forth unto the mountain and fetch olive branches and pine branches and myrtle branches and palm branches and branches of thick trees and build boothsWell now we are ready to construct a Gospel arbor or Gospel booth and Low shall we construct it Well we must get all the tree branches and build According to my text xve must go up into the mount and bring olive branches What docs that mean The olive tree grows in warm climates and it reaches the height of iO or 22 feet a straight stem and then an offshoot from that stem And then people come and they strip off these branches some times and when in time of war the general of one army takes one of these olive branches and goes out to the general of another army what does that mean Why it means un saddle the war chargers It means hang up the war knapsacks Tt is but a beautiful way of saying Peace Xow if we are to lay going to succeed in building this Gosp I arbor we must go into the mount of Gods blessing and fetch the olive branches and whatever else we must have we must have at least two olive branches peace with God and peace with man When I say peace with God I do not mean to represent God as an angry chieftain having a It grudge against us but I do mean t affirm that there is no more antag onism between a hound and a hare between a hawk and a pullet be tween elephant and swine thanther- is hostility between holiness and sin And if God is all holiness and we are all sin there must be a treaty there must be a stretching forth of olive branchesThere is a great lawsuit going on now and it is a lawsuit which man iis bringing against his Maker That lawsuit is now on the calendar It iis the human versus the Divine it is iniquity versus the immaculate it iis weakness versus omnipotence Man began it God did not begin the law suit We began it We assaulted our Maker and the sooner we end this part of the struggle in wnich the finite attempts to overthrow the in finite and omnipotentthe sooner wend e it the better Travelers tell us there is no such place as Mount Calvary that it 1S only a hill only au insignificant hilt but I persist in calling it the mount of Gods divine mercy and love far grander than any other place on earth grander than the Alps or the Himalayas and there are no other hills as compared with itand I have noticed in every feet where tte cross of Chris is set forth it Is planted with olive branches And all we have to do is to get rid of this war between God and ourselves of which we are all tired We want to back out of the twar we want to get rid of this hosl ttlity All we hsv to do is just to getup on the mount of Gods bless wig and pluck these olive branches V s 1 anti wave them before the throne Peace through our Lord Jesus ChristOh it floes not make much differ youbutglowing and everlasting relationship with the God of the whole universe That is the joy that makes a hal leluiah seem stupid Why do we want to have peace through our Lord lesus Christ Why if we had gone on in 10000 years of war against God we couldnot have captured so much as a sword or a cavalry stirrup or t isted off one of the wheels of the chariot of his omnipotence But the moment we bring this olive branch God and all heaver come on our side Peace through our Lord Jesus Christ and no other kind of peace is worth anything But my text takes a step further and it says Go into the mountain and fetch olive branches and pine branches and palm brunches Sow the palm tree was very much honored by the ancients It had 300 different I uses The fruit was conserved the I sap was a beverage the stems were ground up for food for camels Time base of the leaves was turned into hats and mats and baskets and from the root to the top of the highest leaf there was usefulness The tree grew S1 feet in height sometimes and it spread leaves four and five feet long It meant usefulness and it meant victory usefulness for what it produced and victory because it was brought into celebrations of triumph And oh how much we want the palm branches in the churches of Jesus Christ at this time A great many Christians do not amount to anything You have to shove them off the trae to let the Lords chariots come along- I know the old plan was the plan row is in regard to worldly invest ments you hear it merchants tell youdo not put everything into one thing do not put all your eggs into one basket But I have to tell you in this matter of religion you had better give your all to God and then get in yourself Oh says some one My business is to sell silks and cloths Well then my brother sell silks and cloths to the glory of God And some one says My business is to raise corn and carrots Then my brother raise corn and carrots to the gloryof God And some one says My business is to manufacture horseshoe nails Then manufacture horseshoe nails to the glory of God There iis nothing fur you to dc that you ought to do but for the glory of God Usefulness is typified by the palm tree Ah we do not want in the church any more people that are merely weeping willows sighing into the water standing and admiring their long lashes in the glassy spring Xo wild cherry dropping bitter fruit We want palm trees holding some thing for God something for angels something for man 1 am tired and sick of this flat tame insipid satin slippered nambypamby hightytighty religion It is worth nothing fo this world and it is destruction for eternity Give me 500 men and women fully consecrated to Christ and we will take this city for God in three years Give me 10000 men and women fully up to the Christian standard In ten years 10000 of them would take the whole earth for GodoBut when are we going to be gin We all want to be useful There is not a man in the pews that does not want to be useful When are we going to begin But the palm branch also meant victory You all know that In all ages in all lands the palm branch means victory Well now we are by nature the servants of satan He stole us he has his eye on us he wants to keep us But word comes from our Father thin if we will try to break loose from this doing of wrongour Father will help us and we look the black tyrant in the face and we flyat him and we wrestle him down and we put our heel on his neck and we grind him in the oust and we say Victory victory through our Lord Jesus Christl Oh what a grand thing it is to have sin under our foot and a wasted life be hind our backs Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven and whose coveredoDo you not think we had better begin now to celebrate the coming victory In the old meeting house leadethe singing and he had the old fash toned tuning fork and he would tike it upon his knee and then put the tuning fork to his ear to catch the right pitch and start the hymn But friends do you not think we had better be catching the pitch cf the everlasting song the song of victory when we shall be more than conquerors Had we not better be gin the rehearsal on earth They shall hunger no more neither thirst anymore neither shall the sun light on them nor any heat For the Lamb which is in the mist of the throne shall feed them and shall lead them to living fountains of waters and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes But then we must have that other olive branch peace with man Now it is very easy to get up a quarrel There are gunpowdery Christians all around us and one match of provoca tion will set them off It is easy enough to get up a quarrel But my brother do you not think you had better have your horns sawed off Had not you better make an apology Had not you better submit to a little humiliation Oh you say until that man takes the first step I will never be at peace with him Nothing will be done until he is ready to take the first step Yon are a pretty Christian When would this world be saved if Christ had not fI taken the first step We were in the 8ulrighttook the first step And instead of going and getting a knotty scourge with which to whip your antagonist your enemy you gnu better get up on the radiant mount where Christ suffered for His enemies and just take an olive branch not stripping off the soft cool fragrant leaves leaving them all on and then try on them that Gospel switch It will not hurt them and it will save you Peace be with God peace with man If you cannot take those two doe trines you are no Christian Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts In Christian love The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to that above From sorrow toll and pain And sin we shall be free And perfect love ard friendship reign Through all eternity But this evergreen of my text also suggests the simple fact that religion is evergreen What dos the pine branch care for the snow on its brow It is only a crown of glory The winter cannot freeze it out This evergreen tree branch is as beautiful in winter as It is in the summer And that is the characteristic of our holy religion In the sharpest coldest winter of misfortune and disaster it is us good a religion as it is in the bright summer sunshine Well now that is a practical truth For suppose if I should go up and down these aisles I would not find in this house 50 people who had had no trouble Hut there are some of you who have especial trouble God only knows what you go through with Oh how many bereavements how many poverties how many ersecu tions how many misrepresentations And now my brother you have tried everything else why do you not try this evergreen religion It is just as good for you now as it was in the day of prosperity It iIt better for you Perhaps some of you feel al most like Muekle Buckle the fisher man who was eluded one day be cause he kept on working although that very day he buried his child They came to him and said It is indecent for you to be mending that bout when this afternoon you buried your child And the fishernmn looked up and said Sir it is very easy for yon gentlefolks to stay in the house with your handkerchief to your eyes In grief but sir ought I to let the other five children starve because one of them is drowned Xo sir We mann wankw e man work though our hearts bent like this hammer You may have had accumulation of sorrow and misfortune They come in flocks they come In herds upon your soul and yet I have to tell you that this religion can console you that it can help you that it can deliver you if nothing else will Do you tell me that the riches and the gain of this world can console you How wan it with the ecclesiastic who hind such oi fondness for money that when he was sick he ordered a basin of gold pieces brought to him and he put his gouty hands down among the gold pieces cooling his hands off n them and the rattle and rolling of Use gold pieces were his amusement and entertainment Ah the gold and eil ver the honors the emoluments of this world are a poor solace for a perturbed spirit You want some thing better than this world can give A young prince when the children came around to play with him re fused to play He said I will play only with kings And it would be supposed that you would throwaway all other solace before this regal sat isfaction this imperial joy The hilt of Zion yields- A thousand sacred sweets Before we reach the heavenly fields Or walk the Rold n streets City of eternity to thy bridal halls From this prison would I flee Ah glory Thats for you and me My text brings us one step further It says Go forth into the mount anti fetch olive branches antI pine branches and myrtle branches and palm branches and branches of thick trees Now you know verywell I make this remark under the head of branches of thick trees that n booth or arbor made of slight branches would not stand The first blast of the tempest would prostrate it So then the booth or arbor must have four stout poles to hold up the arbor or booth and hence for the building of the arbor for this world we must have stout branches of thick trees AntI so it is in the Gospel ar bor Blessed be God that we have a brawny Christianity not one easily upset The storms of life will come upon us and we want strong doc trine not only love but justice not only invitation but warning It is a mighty Gospel it is an Omnipotent Gospel These are the stout branches of thick trees Well my friends you see I have omitted one or two points not be cause I forgot to present them but because I have not time to present them 1 have shown you here is the olive branch of peace here is the pine branch of evergreen Gospel con solation here the palm tree branch of usefulness and of victory and here are the stout branches of thick trees The Gospel arbor is done The air is aromatic of Heaven The leaves rustle with the gladness of God Come into the arbor Come into the booth I went out at different times with a fowler to the mountains to catch pigeons and we made our booth and we sat in that booth and watched for the pigeons to come And we found flocks in the sky and after awhile they dropped into the net and we were successful Fo I come now to the door of this Gospel booth I look out I see flocks of souls flying hither and flying thither Oh that they might come like clouds and as doves to the window Ccme into the booth Coire iirto the booth WASHINGTON DOG CEMETERY I V tlouS Capital has a Burial Ilnct for Canine of High Degree A cemetery for dogs has now been j established in Washington D C andII tegexpected to prove a useful 1 tu ion Most people who love their i canine pets are puzzled to know i hoViitocHspose of them after their iforbidi iiti yard i will make trouble if the police know i f iU and on the other hand to conii sign the remains of a dearly loved i animal to fori trtgationjI t feelings says the New York Kcrald t t Accordingly there ought to be a burying ground for dogs in the out tWJshingtont I i a company of gentlemen who are i dog lovers and the locality chosen is 1 on the old Bladensburg road a short I i distance beyond the limits of Wash Ii ington proper It is in a grove of beautiful oaks sloping toward a t gr en meadow and adjoins a famous estate formerly owned by W W Cor- coran which has been in litigation ever since the death of that million airLots are sold just as in any or dinary cemetery and the owners haying paid the small price demand i J edmay obtain for a moderate fee j gin to the man in charge whatever attention they mu desire for the1 1II graves including the erection otII headboards with suitable inscrip J tions grassTo to IJ be earryiug sentiment too far but th re are plenty of others who think that the lifelong faithfulness of nI fourfooted friend amply deserves tb bestowal of a permanent resting place decenti cared for j lll CIllMHllIOntlOII There was a rug on the line that needed attention and she had been looking for liol11tahllhodilt11lJ1ne beater she aiLed of tp hobo who applied fur a little rtnaiuul nUtpllleII Xp ma HIM he ntli l honestly as hIhasitb luckedawr Inra Brad herder Mont believe you do any heating at altc retorted Jost give me a change he aid to beat II MfjSjmn out ofa little coin sal Per what had uslhieago PC 1A Social Slurle c k Holme ecldirda to Lc hum the taxi eiiil ref IIIri11d the olv eergnt person Have von noticed that whw jhe shaken handIt her hand to her chin 1 d net tickshe iis frOII farther eat than Iitt bur Ions well when in society to take note of lawe little things Baltimore Aineri canl IIoI Cure IP theI ht nudiii1 we ever flpa for all aifcction of the throat and madPeblYour boy is a tpoaking likeness of you I Uont agree with you lies more of a howling likeness of his mother Town Country andII If you want to be cured of R rough use j HAles Honey of Horeiionnd and Tar I Tikes Toothache Drops Cure in our minute I When your troubles are tto firmly anchored in your mind that you dream of theta whoa Atchison Globe An undertaker and a sexton are never expected to ask about the health of a tick per son it looks greedy Atcnisou Globe IlrouchltlH Cnu lie Cafed With Hoxsies Croup Cure speedily 50 j etS1I A brradman isnt necessarily deep cago Daily ews- PUTNAM t FADELESS DYES are as easy to use as soap No muss or failures The misfortunes ot today are the bless I I ings of tomorrow X Y Sun MARKET HElOHTS Cincinnati Aug 31 CATTLE Common 2 50 3 65 Extra butchers 4 75 la 5 00 CALVES Extra 5 75 Vi G 00 HOGS Select shippers G GO a 6 75 Mixed packers 6 25 a G G5 SHEEP Extra 3 10 ft 3 25 LAMBS Extra 4 50 rt 5 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 SO 4 15 WHEATNO 2 red ira 72 MYOATSXoUYEXo2 n 57 AYh timothy tt3 10 PORK Family J5 25 LARD Steam eI S 75 BUTTER Ch dairyct 1214 Choice creamery elf 2- tIPLESNcw per brl 1 50 a 2 00 POTATOES New 3 00 ft 3 50- TOLACCONew 8 05rte 9 S5 Old 11 25 ri3 00 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 40 S 3 50- S11EATNo 2 red 70 n 71 y No 3 spring CG rd GSiC- OFCN No 2 54 544 QA1SXo 34 3- 5RYENo 12 0 on4 My PO ICK Mess 1440 14 45- LAl Steam S 95 S971y Xctr York FLOCR Win patent 3 GO j 3 85 WHEAT No 2 red ri 77V CORN No 2 mixed i161aOATS No 2 mixed =Sy RYE Western rig 61 PORK Family 1C 25 gl7 00- LA KD Steam 9 25 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 731h 73 Southern G9 7414 59ujOA3Sl4CAl HOGS Western 6 75 l G SO Iiouliivllle- W1EAT No 2 red g 7- 17OhNo 2 mixed tjtl 61 3714P011hMessLARD Steam ri 8 fc7J Iiiillanapolt GSiCORNIOATS No 2 mixed f 3- 6p4lll t t PERONA AVERTS DANGER In That Critical Time When a Girl t Becomes a Woman 7 I t MISS BESSIE KELLOG Miss Uessie Kellog President of the Young Womans nub of Valley City North Dakota writes the following CityNorthII Eversince I matured Isuffered with severe monthly pains The doctor did not seem to understand what the preIscribedme He finally suggested that I have an operation One of my friends who had been cured of a similar affliction through the use of Peruna advised me to give it a trial first and so 1 used it for three weeks faithfully My pains diminished very soon and within two I months I had none at all This is six months ago and drr Ing that time I have not had an ache nor pain igive highest praise to Pe runa Every woman ought to use it and I feel sure that it would bring perfect health BESSIE KELLOG The experience of Miss Bessie Iel log of Xorth Dakota ought to be read by every girl in the land It is a criti cal period in a womans life when she ceases to be a girl and becomes wom plrim11withuut IKEtP YOUR SABDLI D Yi THE t r t Blt PROTECTS 80TH j RIDER AHD SADDLI SHOWING FULL LINE OP GARMENTS AND HATS AJTOWER CO BOSTON MASS 39 S READERS O THIS PAPER Dtw1BISGfo BfV A3YT1IINQ ADVailTlsJKJ IS ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST WON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK TOIL HKKUS1NO ALL SUBSTITUTES OH IMITATIONS Y Bue btiClECt New T best by TestnYEAKS LABGEST Nutwry lWART MORE STARt IIROL LcuUlaw Mo DiciTlIleN YEle w CANDY CATHARTIC SWEETEN THE i PURELY I VEGETABLE f LIVER TONIC www nnnnnr I MILD BUT SURE BOON CURE I CONSTIPATION SOLD SS- IN BULK ORIGINAL oY1ER8o- J IISH POMMEL SLCKERrA iNTNtONSTORMtooarottAS ItESISTrlbPILES SALYSNNPAYWeekly called and he generally advises an operation Perhaps he will subject the patient to a long series of experiments with nervines and tonics The reason he does not often make a cure is be cause he does not recognize the trou bleIn a large majority of the cases ca tarrh of the female organs is the cause Peruna relieves these cases promptly because it cures the catarrh Peruna is not a palliative or a sedative or a nervine or a stimulant It is a specific for catarrh and cures catarrh systemThisfind Peruna at last As she says the doe tors did not seem to understand what the trouble was and the medicine he prescribed from time to time did not help her Perunn hit the mark at once and she is now recommending this wonderful remedy to all the other girls in the United States Thousands of the girls who look at her beautiful face and read her sin trYPerunacritical periods Peruna will not fail them Every one of them will be glad and it is to be hoped that their en thusiasm will lead them to do as this girl did proclaim the fact to the j world so that others may read it and dolikewiseMrs Fliehmann Amsterdam N Y writes- I have been sick with catarrh of the stomach and pelvic organs for about five years and had many a doctor but none could help me Somme said I would never get over it One day when I read your almanac 1 saw those who had been cured by Peruna then I thought 1 would try it 1 did and found relief with time first bottle 1 took and after two more bottles I was as well and strong as I was before Mrs Christopher Fliehmann 1 If you do not derive prompt and i results from the use of Pe man write at once to Dr Ilartinan giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased 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