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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tc V y i i IKENTUCKYI fC d VOL XXXVI NO 43 k I l lIaY r 1gi F J n J f iIJt 4Y tifji1fItt f J- j 5yay fj I h l1JI t n fi 1 I tt j 1 4 o fj- i c ft yrs t iii t i yo J 9 r 4t 4 j ti J it o J Ji i i i LG o WATCH ThIs SPACE t 1 o 1 i f7 4 J 1 d Oo J3 C4 kIIRI il i i f i b j fj it 1 i- r W 0 r tr r i s I r III 11T ThEIISLTORS II Il 1 i I i 11 AND OTHER NEWS TENS I 1 r Miss Leila Shaw loft Tuesday to visit relatives in Tren ion Tenn Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS The SoHthWert Ky Med Society will convene in Pmlton Oct 586 Dr Jaa Uismukee of Mayfield has been yisitinff friends in Hicksaa this weekBOARDINGGood nice boarding house centrally located Apply to- MBS M J FARIS The Kissing bag has reached Hick lean asd is now IB charge of Joha S- 1illoL at Cowgill Jk CowgiUs Charlie Hacket and Tom Thomas save gone to Osage above St Louis to boy a steamboat for the Hickman corn trad It is Gods way said the dying STtaidemt His wilt be cJOBeFew i fflimeat lives have closed with so itovcktBg aa ezprMskw of humility and jpksdieKeI to the Kmter of us all J canedaee the New Embroideries f1l jtoa ttent uIltt t SUAWS i Y 4yiri L i 4 3 Jowett Thomas son of Mrs Ed hadibicycle Dr Burrus finished tho am putation A C Holmes RH Kirk and Thom as Prather processioners appointed by the county court are in the bend die trict of this county dividing some land this week The great steel strike is ended and the agreement signed by both sides in New York last Saturday The terms bybothAt a supper given by tho ladies of the Episcopal church of Fulton a prize of six dozen fine cut roses was awarded by vote to tho prettiest young lady present MISS Pearl McGebee won the honor Samuel Jackson aged about 70 years diedSaturdayin the same neighborhood Mrs Annie Hansbrough wife of Wm Hansbrough Largest and Best L i n e School Shoes al the Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR TroyTcnn 1 penitentiary by the circuit court atIUnion City Last Christmas Bumpass I shot and killed Tom Taylor whit beingdrskway BuaapMa took in appeal The new President has been married I twice Ho has a grown daughter by his first wife Miss Alice Roosevelt I His second wife was Miss Edith Carow I and they have flue children Latest Styles in Hats and Caps at popular prices NAYLORaTOtte One rural mail delivery route lias beenj determined upon by the P O Department for Hickman and we understand will be followed soon by three or fourJJ others Mr Peter McMullen will hays I charge of this route The Inspector was here yesterday going over several routes but it is now understood that the one that will bo inaugurated will be from Hickman to Gayco returning either by Jordan or Moscow We certainly have the latest thing in Dress Trimmings AMBEKG All Kentuckians will be in Louisyille on September 26 which has been set special prepared for the occasion Gov Beck ham has been asked and will be present with his staff on that day together with other State county and city offi cials Special excursion trains are to be run nom every section of the State and a very low rate of fare has been interstateeFair Louiszille Sept 26 See our line of E P Reed Shoes AJfBERGS THE CROP SUFFICIENT The clnnl I PrICe topic rent i lieral e following interest curInI pro utcome ofthe ber lent not crop ricu1 re c irBtreausI J i i 1 the corn crop t jprove a uQgreater than J l325JpO bushels or an aversS 1G bushels per plantedIper liliIjJ acre outord is that for the J1 henyear itwas bushaUKrvacre or 21 pe cen ore than the 194liJUJ erase l a ttated for 1901 1894 and fj togethe ere t only Does itappear OQO NebraskaIIr short o credulous that the generals gCi promise per 2 acre thI ason iss LasL URe g some features of the c arat ve situation previpu initroduced by the Price C rent1the highest ChicagoforV months fiomy July 1 J 1901 J was in Aust rind under 60 cents a lftlle general for the year ws only fortyeight oents S mLjSomeI j ber the naveWooleyJohn G Wool 1 SEeyman rnnmBgjK Prudent of the United States lay r Inthe announee niejit jr4ffliV3ji6U Lire eras tiaials i dhas an also In and such part of himtc as came temporarily into view during the campaign disappeared with the torches and banners and spellbinders and was scon forgotten After the elec tion last Npvcmber the New Voice a weekly sheet published in Chicago and the organ frf the Prohibitionists con tamed the following card from its edit J or the ex candidate for President Itawas headed Close in and Kill and was JjAgainIKonetriumphtheof leeks and onions in Gods face an calls it prayer William of Jo lo with his canteens and slaves and wines and concubines isdefeated to second term For when doubtless he would have listened to the yoice of Christian motherhood saying Avcng- me of mine enemy he had to pull hi forelock limp with the sweat of a cow ard and say One is my master even the saloons and all ye are fools Now for tho con palgn of 1904 wo have the liquor traffic cornered in tho White j Houio For the honor of the church close in and kill William of Jolo with his canteens and wiues and slaves and concubines J lies uead dyiug in the full conlidence and serene faith of a lifelong Christian LEGISLATIVE RACE Tho Hickuiau County News Clinton publishes several columns of affidavits and certificates from citizens of Cayce precinct this county as to the voice of that precinct in their late precinct con vention and bearing on the pending Legislative race The testimony of 67 Democrats who make affidavit that they wore present at the Cayce meeting and voted to send the delegates to the Fulton convention uninstructed the af fidavits published on the opposite num bored 48 In addition the News pub lishes the certificate of 48 other citizens of Cayce precinct who characterize the methods of the Fulton Convention as fraud with open intent to thwart the will of the people Affidavit is also published that Chairman Alexander declared his inteatkm that if Oayco pre cinct did not iatruct or his man he would be bow at the Fulton conyen tion and seat a contesting delegation Affidavits are also made that certain men represented as being for Ayers were not for him and some were not vo ters of that precinct The News fur nished the Courier advance proof sheets of ita publication but too late to be published in this paper Besides the Courier is taking no active part in such matters further than to let its readers know iia a general way what is going on We Presume the whole mat ter will be settledl in the courts next tR 1 IIIfMIfM xA ti I i u V = r 4 ri44 nFREET I 1A BEAUTIFULI PICTURES E GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY ISlt- t 200 WORTH OF J GOODS AT F 1 jLD aiIMMONS IIJ DEALER IN i UDRYi GOODS GENTS FUR IIII- I HATSfNISHINGSSIJOES tAND PANTS a 1 1 AT BUCHANANS OLD STAND 2 4 J 1 v BIG JIM PARKER NEGltO WHO KNOCKED DOWN THE McKlNLEi ASSASSIN TJlEIJLION OF TILE HOUR I An evidence of the intense senttmen- that possesses tho true American citizen upon important occasions finding a strongly o who knocked down the assassin President McKinley just after the shooting James Benjiuien Parkeras Big Jim is the ne referred to and ho would havo kill the assassin but for the fact of hi 1 having been pulled off of him just sub I to knocking him down The negro has been lionized ever since the eventful Occurrence even to being sept tortbysenatrlHIUnawbownt t kako Inn by the baud hut teirhiffi grateful the American people felt him for what he had done Big Jim the hero had no doubt ex pected a tip of several hundred from Mr Hanna but the typo failed to state that he received one dollar In other directions however he has been quit successful He som the buttons off h coat and waistcoat for sums ranging4 from 8i to t20 apiece and finally parted with all the clothing he wore during j the struggle to visitors who wanted it souvenirs It was not until Saturday afternoon he had nothing else left that h time to get his photograph taken went off like hot cakes h J OffdE B Munday a lawyer ot Henrietta Hae says My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded I him to try Electric Bitters and continuesd their use until he was wholly cured I j am sure Electric Bitters saved his life + This remedy expels malaria kills disease germs and purifies the blood ai digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles fe male complaints gives perfect health Only 60c at Cowgirls drug store MULES FOR SALE Two young mules for sale Apply t S64w L H UACO- VHickman Ky TilE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST i jjv Not how cheap but how good His the v question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If you aretesting affairs of tho world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to bo read by all members of the family Subscription price 81 a year Any postmastersyour you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St LouisMo c a h iiP NROY McKINNEY AND MISS MAY PARIS TO WED ON NOV 26 J The Mayfield Messenger says regardiswith all his cunning seems to hover over and about the little station especially CooleyDuring moro than one pair has vowed until us death do port- o For November 26 Cupid has declared that Roy McKinney the popular sales man from Paducal shall take unto himself a wife namely Miss May Faris youngladies wedMissState All these young folks tell at Cupids shrine at the Cooley castle and the work has been well done We might mention another we hear rumored but perhaps best not as tho king and queen might object dsIIUSE FOR REST 1 Dwelling House 7 rooms Moultou St Old Hickman W A DODDS rWHEN you want a pleasant physic try tho new remedy Chamberlains Stom oach Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant infcffect Price 25 cents Sam pies free at Cowgills drug store 4 t r 1 I SHAW i 0 U 4 It 4 c Has all Kinds of fts- GEO Ii Ekr IEI S t fTTTTfTTTtTTTTTf y i f f ty cA i- e t l jf The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICEMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS i Grain crop of Canada northwest is placed at 100000000 bushels Every week 20000 worth of United States typewriters go to England The demand for electrical ventila tors in India is ahead of the supply The crack scholars of Harvard 01 e were Preund Bauer and Peterson two Germans and a Swede The inhabitants of the Province of Ontario write more letters than those of all the rest of Canada The number of Protestant Chris tIans in Ceylon has increased in fif i teen years from 446780 to 753641 Japan has two imperial universities 7one at Toyo the other at Kioto The latter is only three years old William Dorsey Jelks the new gov rnor of Alabama is a lawyer by pro iession and has made a fortune by his practice It is claimed that Joseph Gaspard Chaussgras de Dery a French engi Jieer made the first maps of Detroit in 1740 and 1754 dayino s find out how long they live when they are not in captivity I Match making once the most peril pertcetlyamorphous phosphorus A curious criminal law exists in Greece A man who is there sentenced to death awaits two years before th execution of the sentence Greater New York although over 1500000 less in population than Greater London covers an area of 303 square miles a worlds record An electrical generating plant al most as large as the Great Niagara Tails plant will soon be in operation at the Falls of Glomen Norway There are at least three arietios of dogs that never bark the Austra ian dog the Egyptian shepherd log und the lionheaded dog of Thibet Some of the more expert railroa- Then in the1 country believe that Ute limit of sustained speed with the ex fisting style of locomotives has been reached Fred C Easton son of the late J C Easton a retired millionaire will give 100000 toward the erection of new Presbyterian college in Ja Crosse Was 1 6 Last month on the news of ou t corn crop troubles Englandt importer tfromproducing ountries 42 per cent i sansFc month of 1900 F4 The umbrella has taken a firm holdj upon the native of India or at any rate upon the Bengali Xo less 3000000 umbrellas are imported into tIle country every year Mont Blanc has for the first time seen a fully equipped company of soldiers on its summit Alpine Chasseurs made the ascent and the usual salute was fired at Shamonix One of the most brilliant entertain ments ever seen in Constantinople was that recently given by Mr Leishman I he American minister in honor of his daughters birthday In her sham maneuvers the EnglishI otllIer vessels have been crippled One may imagine what would happen to the English navy in real war The jarrow wood which grows in Australia is almost the only kind known to the lumbermen which ef Jectively resist the depredations of in sects Not an insect will touch it Helen Gladstone daughter of the great liberal has become warden o the Womans University Settlement in- SOllthwarJ sooan leave Cambridge to live in that dreary slum Naval Cadet Herman Smith Turner of Maryland recently appointed has been admitted into the naval aced envy at Annapolis despite the fag that while over six feet tall heIweighs but ninetyfive pounds installingc ti stem in the Gulf of St Lawrence anti the steamer Tyrian has been de fepatchcd to establish the first sta J lion at West Point Anticosti Some of the stories told concernin J the sudden fortunes acquired dote in matliketIleInets gold diggings in the Klondike comparisonrallow3iis I o be lumbered in the ordinary way h Instead he cuts trees of over ten inch es in diameter leaving the smalle- ones r to grow and thus always has a handsome sorest Careful observations have beci- ntadc in order to finch out which col ors for uniforms present the bes marks for the ciieniTs shot and it has been found that the most fat 11not color is red rifle green coming nex brown third while Austrian bhiisl- h prey is the least fatal J Of the 050000000 bushels of bar 1 lily produced by the civilized coun tries of the world Russia products by 1 far the largest amount Next in or0 i foUoedi1 r M l y Germany the United States En gland and Spain The statistics of the strikes in Trance for June have just been pub j f lishcd In all the month gave birth j to fortyseven xvl ile the total for tlVe first six months of the year was COG 1 hem period in 3900 yielded 475 1 i eh shows an agreeable falling otl I Ifaasses the discontent of the worlujt I i f I f i HE ENTERS A DENIAL Sermon Regarding the Diminishing of Sunday Audiences Dr TalntRire Irencntu Some Hard Fact Showing Tlint CliurclIAt tciidaucc In America lit Sot Ju Decadence L tCopyright 1301 by Louis KIopscli X Y 1 Most encouraging to all workeEsjfs this discourse of Dr lal mage while denying the accuracy of statistics which represent Sunday tt dieuces as diminishing Text li brews 1025 Xpt forsaking 1he seinbling of ourselves together- statementshavebeeumadStartling in many of the pulpits and in some the religious newspapers It is hear over dud over again that church a L tendance in Americai sin decadence deny the statements by some hard facts No one will dspa the fact that there are more churches in America than ever before one de nomination averaging two ne churches every day of the year T law of demand and supply is as inexorable in the kingdom of God as it is jin the world More churches argues more church privileges demon ed More banks more bankers mar factories more manufacturers mo ships more importers more churches more attendants In all our cities within a few year s churches have been built large k to swallow tip two or three of the of time churches I cannot understand with what kind of arithmetic and slate pencil a man calculates when he to the conclusion that church often Taethe aggregate of the number of peop who enter the house of God now an compare it with the aggregate of t people who entered the house of God 25 years ago and the present attend ance is four to one The facts are most exhilarating instead of being depressing That man who presents the opposite statistics must have been most unfortunate in his church ac quaintancetYou are not to argue adversely because here and there a church is des pleted Churches have their day dtoccupy a neighborhood and crowd out the churches and families ordinarily attendant upon them Sometimes a church perishes through internecine strife Hut there are no facts to over throw the statement that I have ma attendeezupon the pause of God Now I am ready to admit as every intelligent axre churches which have been depleted hnditJi ikhtimetha asctmon pret hed for the benefit of young men who are just entering the Gospel ministry and for the warning of prosper ous churches as to what are the cause- of decline in any case If cannottjhelped but under all other circumstances decadence in church atten ance is the fault either of the char or of the pastor Churches are often cleared of their audiences by the attempt to transplant the modes of the past into the present The modes and methods of 50 years ago are no more appropriate for today than the modes and methods of today will be appropriate for 50 yea hence Dr Kirk Dr McElroy Dr li son Dr De Witt Dr Vermilyea as hundreds of other men just as good as they were never lacked audiences because they were abreast of the t iin which they sited People will not be interested in what we say antes we understand the spirit of the day in which we live All the frogbegan s statistics are given by those who are trying in our time to work with th wornout machinery of the past times tfhe furnaces out of our church basements and substitute the foot stoves which our grandmothers used to carry with them to meeting and throw out o organs and our cornets and take the oldfashioned tuning fork striking it on the knee and then lifting it to the hymtn our modj em platforms and modern pulpits ax substitute the wineglass pulpit u which the minister used to climb to ii dizzy height of Mont Blanc solitariness and then go in out of sight and shut the door after him When you can get the great masses of the people take passage from Albany to Bnffa oI r pratenwhich dqes it in four hours then yon can get the great masses of the peo 1pie to go to a church half a century behind the time The trouble begins away back In the theological seminaries It is a shame that larger provision is not made t and sickrj rn themselves out in the service of God We havejnayarasylums and oldie s laxnid and sea for our country when these axthave become ljj it is a shame that larger provision isamade for hegoodsoldiers of Jesus otChrist who have at lacktoj of provision in that respect makes a tend j ency toturn our theological seminaries into hospitals for sick and aged and beginstoD D by way of resuscitation If thai fails then the tendency is fo elect him toa professorship in some thel6g cal seminary There are grand exceptions to the rule but it is often the ease that the professorate in a theological sem inary is occupied by some minister the Gospetsho not beinglc v I preach is set to teach others how to preach In more cases than one tilt poorest speaker in the faculty is the professor of elocution We want tats re wideawake more able budied able i fJ1 Grp minded men more enthusiastic j jn JQ our theological seminaries and lathe professoratesmen like Addisonteir tbef6eekteaching and then on Sunday go into tit pulpit and with the thunder andMght jifng of Christian eloquence shoSThem faSiultrain young merchants or a fatSRy of IUlgIntheological seminaries cut a man an clip him and square him and moihimj allnthe individual is gone out of nTtnariaji mtvtionyuseee lesssj l deadwlood theological emi elset a meetingof generaljassem aoftheda clergyman accus totnedonthe Sabbath to preachtto llnanghold115o0towas appointed preach a sermon on jhow to reach the masses I a1a told Jweleisyinha young man coming out nom such bedwaffingin thedadshiesj people want on tni fclelptlJetllatnltstprcachChrist administer preached and j heprenclwd 100dandanrdottnhe theleunhlJ+ upej There a grew d t1 of ciiitiabout Christ anti Him crucified Itis not Christ and Him crucified asan ab stractiqn but as an Omnipotent sym pathy applied to all the waiTts and woes of our immortal nalure a Christ who will help us in every do mestic social financial political na- ionalj strugglea Christ forfhe par jlor a Christ for the nursery a Christ j for the kitchen a Christ for the barn a Christ for the sreet n heist for jlrankinghouseChrist for the congressional assem bla Christ for the courtroom a crjgcucJthajhCHfefaculty begins clear back ldehome circle with iiiiauji ii cm naiuUj lJ iw cONfccratceltotheministrJr I boy lIe is good at a bargain IVlhen sHe tracleHnt wCthet 11will soon gather a fortune tnd go theshassrenobellogically language Is large fake dhint a lawyer He will argue kit way hishplace among the Mansflelds ajxl the Storys Henry has a large gi tit at the chest and is military inhtstep and bearing Send him to Wc Posit We shall see him yet a brigadlcijg thinghips tlmrs a hchdldha thde Caribocan whirlwind Aleck inot very well He has never had very mamellariat attack his spleen is enl rged sIle has a morbid way of looking a things He will sit for 1iattrs look Iiihh inannqrs are omlJdso soft o gen etie so affectionate so Heaven anil he cries easily Make him a minister Now my friends that is a great misI take If you want to consecrate on of yonrsous to the Gospel ministrJ take the one widest awakej th thnmost irresistible the most potent A treniendbus ork oiens before a pro fcssloh whose one object is to 1a the nations toward God and prepare them for Heneni 2i dLh+ my friends churches will i be praportioP theiret wants meet their suffering t inee i their bereavements and meet their churchFtvithf audiencemeilt4c e help lathe audience If there be a intamhy in a cityand three depots of bread and one depot has 100 soavei and another 500 loaves and another lepot 10000 loaves the depot thetc has 100 loaves will have applicants acne deppti that has 500 loaves aril state far more applicants the depott tTilloithaye throngs throngs throngs 60- Oh my brethren in the Chrfetian ministry ire must Somehow get our shoulders under the burden of the people on the Lords day and give them a good stout lift and we can doi it We have it all our own way Iii 5 great pity if with the floor rice arid no interruption we cannot due1 ing the course of an hour met our hymn or our prayer or ourfsermon under such momentum necatiby the help of God lift the people body sinsftttmptatlo11S and troubles 1 We must make our chute as mob tbezfntosothatnot go to church saying ilHvislrlfhad gone this morning I typnder if I cant dress yet and get there iin time It is 11 oclock nowjtfcey are theItoye folks will be home to telllKis what was said what has been geiif on When the impression is r eonfirmed that our churches by architeVtiire by music by sociability an1 t y lermon 1 J1 r shall be made the mart attmctlro place on earth then we ril want twice as many churches as we have w r theyillI say to the young men who are en tering tile ministry we must put on more force more enteh and into ou religious services more vivacity if we want the people to come You look into a churclgfajpiirtofany denomi notion of Christians First you will find the men of large common sense and earnest look The education of their minds the piety of their hearts the holiness of their lives qualify them for their work Then you will1 find in every church court of every denomination a group omen t who utterly amaze you with the fact that such semiimbecility can get any pulpits to preach in Those re the men who give forlorn sta tistics about church decadence Frogs never croak in running water al ways Jin stagnant But I say to all Christian workers to all Sunda school teachers to all evangelists tall ministers of the Gospel if wo our Sunday schools and ourJ vel meetings and our uhurchea to gather tlie people we must fresh enupWh should we go away to get an illustration of the vicarious suffering of Jesus Christ when at Bloomfield f Jtwo little children were walk rbiJ wnsIn bridge of trestle work and the little girl tool her b ether and let him down through thetrest le work as gently as sire could toward tIle water very carefully and lovingly and cautiously sothat he might not be hurt in the fall and might be picked up by those who were standing near by while doing that the train struck her snit hardly enough of her body was lift toj gather into a funeral casket What was that Vicarious suffering Like Christ Pang for oth l rsWoe for others Suffering for others Death for others What iIs the use of our going away off to findI an illustration in past ages when in Michigan a mail carrier on horse back riding on pursued by those flames which had swept over a hun dred miles flan an old man by the roadside dismountedi helped the old man an the horse saying Now whipjiip and get away The old man got away but the mail carrier perished Just like Christ dismounts ing fpom the glories of leaven to put tmon the way of deliverance then falling back m the flan ea u sacrifice for others Pang for others Woe fpr others Death for others Vicarious suffering What is the use of our going away off in ancient his tory to find an illustration of the fact that it is dangerous to defy Go when in tho 1 dlrondayks I saw n Thuw of hint fling and bolt Rovivla I said That struck something very nenriA few hours afterward we found that two farmers that Monday morning had been seated under a tree the one boasting how thut the day Before on the Lords dayh had got his hay in and so cheate- the Lord out of that part of the time hanyhow aud both of them laughing Ocr the achievement by which they had wronged the Lord of Ills hot tiny when the lightning struck on dead instantly and the other ha been lo weeks in bed when we let the Adlromlacks and has become an invalid I suppose for life lie did not make as much out of the Lord as he thought he did Was it any less an illustration for my soul becau I met the clergyman on his way home metof fbe fasts and said the body of the man who had been destroyed tr biack with fire electricity 0 Christian workers we have g to freshen up What is the use our going back in the Christian eta viietoriotfs Christian deathbed when m H Coolcmane a inCpertnl grandeur as lid Edward Pay 80n1 sit anyless an illustration tme and to you because I met him a Trhmeehurcli Bro iiinuyIntl I sap Cookman ymiiook as if you were an11 the classics is there such a story asof latst moment he cried I am sweeping through the gates washed in the bioott of the Lamb OhfellotvChr2stlanttorkerstthat is the liar of our being stale and obsolete sand ancient when all around us are these evidences of Gods grace Gods deliverance Gods mercy and Gods wisdom We have got to freshen upden in our sermons freshen up in our songs freshen iip in our zeal freshen up in our consecration and ifwe do iit my brethren and slstecs we vyill no more have to coax petipJe to come toI church than if you throw corn on the ground you have to coax pigeons to come and eat it no more than y ouill would have to coat a tired horse to eat oats you throw in his manger Yes we must freshen up In our Sunday merlinrs and in our pulpits It is high time that the church of God stopped writing apologies for ti church Let the men who are on the outside who despise religion write the apoogis If any people do not want the church they need not have it It is a free country If any man does not want the Gospelj he need not lmt it It is a free cyuniry But you out 0 people of God and give the Go pel to the millions of America who want it It is high time to stop ski F mishing and bring ona general engag ment I want to live to see the Axr magedflon all the armies of Heaven and hell in battlfc array for I know conqueror on the white horse tclgai the day Let the church of God be d voted to nothing else but go right on to this conquest u TERRIFIC EXPLOSION v I Several Huern Killed and Other Injured In in Coal Mine at Spring illicit Col 17rA frightful gas explosion occurred at 530 Monday evening In thecoal mine of the Colorado Vg1 andjron Co at Spring Gulch probably ireWlt ing in the instant death of several miners and injury of others The concussion of the explosion was terrific nut the entire retry wits badly raced in Three bodies were recovered from near the entry soon after the explosion but they were so frightfully mangled as to be un recognizable The telephone line to Spring Gulch is ddwn anda messenger was dis patched to the ofllee of the Pocahon tas mine right miles distant where telephone connection was had with Glenwood A Midland train was ordered and all doctors in Glenwood Springs wen at once sent to the scene of the acci dent No definite information has yet been received here as to the number of men killed but it was supposed that the men at this mint work until G oclock except those who do ron tract work and in that event it is thought that almost 100 then may haveh boon in the mine at the time of the explosion There is not one chance in n thousand for many of them to escape with their tires THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS Xo TiittKllil Kvldenet Hun tiger St cured KitiiiHt Thrill aii l They Will lie HcltritNvtl Chicago Sept 17 KtTorls to eon ncct the Chicago anarchists with a plot to assassinate President tiepin leyHill bo abandoned and the pris oners probably will be released Toes day This decision was reached by the local authorities Monday Chief ONVill retvived a telegram from Chief of Police null of nutfalo early in the day announcing that while the police there were still working to establish the connection of tin ufKassIn with 1T1r11 chi3tseini1i Hicsigo I Iol dlIul CleoiIc1 they fhad se cured no tangible erilenccbChief ONeill is concerned for the of the anarchists who prob ugly will be released Tuesday on habeas corpus procccdin He re fgeedis it as likely theysill waul for the present to ue allowed to stay in the county jail It is feared their release just before observance of the otscquics of the president will be prrdTO KILL ROOSEVELT Frank tiling Sitlit He IteloiiKcd to a Society Ihnt Would Give fOOOO to an ANitKsIa belongdany man who will kill President Roosevelt said Frank Idings to Chas Iinueran in Reynolds saloon St nightediscusdbitetPresident McKinley and sonic ell cic1 edly unpatriotic remarks had been made before the tall man made the alleged offer The police was not FrankeseIdinb a blacksmith aged 22 was ar raigncd Monday on the charge of sus picion Idings is alleged to have said I belong to a society that will give asQ000 to any man who will kill hiofs hadof1 e rs mantled UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT Klr nork on Iltinril a Striimliont erulta1ernonii Were liijnred tyIQuebec Sept HAn unfortunate it cia htz occurred Monday erenm during the fireworks display in honor the arrival of the duke of Turk Iron 1 J Israel Tarte minister of public works for the Dominion in sited a number of friends on board a steamboat to view the fireworks from the river Fireworks were sent up from the steamboat and for some unaccountable reason a number of bombs exploded Mr Torte 4 face was badlyl burned and lion Dr Hor minister of militia had his righ ankle sprained by falling from one deck to another Several ladies were injured Eat of the MIfc Strike Pittsburg Sept 1hires haw been lighted for general resumption all the sheet hoop and tinplate mills made idle by the Amalgamated association strike Yet not all are ready to start for the men at some plants in ill humor at the settlement refuse to iro to work Many lodges say they barn reccivtd no officiali or eder from President Shaffer Trustee Pierce says We simply did the best we could under the circumstances Sent to the Penitentiary 2Cew York 5ept1ifife Newark 2C J potion who Sunday drank to Mondaygopenitentiary by sludgc Lambert Hob companion who Shainedheldeto the grand jury Will 1oldFn SmHlon ThHraUar Montrealiunanimouslyeadjourn over Thursday on the occasion of the fu neral of the late president A F OLIVER B lacksmithii HIGKMAN KENTUCKY y1E A TRIAL when you wuLJ GIVE lane or repairing s di agoni tc ltoneehoinaa specialty I ofUndertakers Goods Common rieiewood asd Solid BUoL l alnnt Coffin and Cases which ean bl crud ayls short notice ndl rUIOD- able price Give rue a call IIIL Shop near the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr First class turnouts buggies surreys ferriages safe teams c Customers servea with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 Cask J J Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY 1 NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever ping up to date MARY BERKVDKS Co CITY BARBER SHOP 5 To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in tryj ig to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL eROWELL- s DR s K DAVIDSON 7 DentistBIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oow ill Oowgille Drnc Store C E EAKER- Genereal Smcert 0Powell Block Olinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock o- lf1 C Bondurant would be pleased tq- ble all old friends to call Fresh Good Und Choice Bargains I W J BARRY CO AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP make yon a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one- SLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II F TCemlry Joe IV IBunnvtt BENNETT i REMLEY ATIOSNEYSATLAW =CourLtetpeciaUthe M atgu 1The Big Four Route It a Railway Systemtt ConprUin 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway tBulltand Equipped in the Most jpRa11wy t I The Passenger Trata Service of thtt II BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 tfort 3 r 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars to addition to which Sixty Pn1tmai Sleepers are IB CoatlaiKms Servkc ThroatthCarWARREN J LYNCH WP DeiPW Ot8rajifcTktAgl AHlGpTaCUKulICAIZ o w fY w I jjj d Y r TtHEPRS1ENTEADIcon the of ilie Nation Passed Away at 215 a m Sat urday Morning His Last Words Were a Humble Submission to the Will of God in Whom He Believed Iris GODS WILL UIS WILL BE DONE c Solemn Funeral Services Were Held SundajrMorning at theMilburn House on Delaware Avenue Ills Last Journey to the Seat of Gov eminent Was 3laUe Through a Living Lane of Bared Heads A Million Ilns nt UnUMnnt Dotted thc IUIlHiilcH and iVulleys AloiiK j the flint lr ini UuflTnlu i fir Iuh I ton J Milburn House Buffalo gepU 1 1 Presi dent McKinley died at 2J5 a IHo been since7dhad unconscious p m 1SJ3Unlisted 1SSLMustered1S7Klccted ISO Married 1S71 Elected to congress 1S7C i committee15SU commlltCI McKinloy tariff enacted 1SOO Is1OElectedReelected governor latElected provident 1S9C Reelected president WOO Shot September 0 1W1 Died September II IDOL authorItative I the final scene In and about the death chamber were secured Before tG oclock It was clear to those nt the president bedside that he waa dying and preparations were made tor the last sad oltiees of farewell from tho e who were nearest and dear at to him steadflLutapproach of death The president cattle out Of one period of unconsciousness only to rolapsc into another Hut in this pe riod whim hit mind was partially clear occurred a series of events of profoundly touching character Down stairs with strained and tear ftnlned fagspt momburg of the cabinet Theyknewhad como vrhcn they must see him fur the last time on earth This was about ti oclock One by one they ascended the stairway Secretary Hoot Secretary Hitchcock and Attorney General Knox Secretary Wilson also was there but he held back not wishing to at the president In ills last agony There was only amotncntary stay of the cabinet otlioors II attho threshold of the death chamber Then they withdrew the tears streaming down their faces and the words of in tense grief choking in their throats physicians the president asked almost Immediately that his wlfo be brought to him The doctors fell back into the shadows of the room as Mrs McKinlcy came through the doorway The strong face of the dying man lighted up with a faint static as their hands were clasped She sat busdt him and held his hand Ills last conscious hour on earth was spent with the wife to whom he devoted a life time of care His last words were an Mumble submission to the will of the God in whom he believed He was rec onciled to the cruel fate to which an as- sassIns bullet had condemned him and faced death in the dame spirit of calmness and poise whhJi has marked his loot ami honorable career The powerful heart stimulants includ ing oxygen were employed to restore him- t consciousness for Mr final purling with his wife lie asked fur her and she sat at his stile and leis his hand He consoled her and bade her goodbye She went through the Jwarttrylnsr scene with the same bravery and tortttde with which the hitS borne tho grief of the tragedy which ended hs life Tho president in his lust perod of con pclousnesy whlrh ended about 740 chant edr the worth of the hymn Nearer I- Gor to Thee and his last audible con scious worth as taken down by Dr Mann at the bedside were Goodby all goodbye It is Goui will lips will be done Then his mind brgin to wander and soon ho completely lust ronsclousiu lIb life wos prolons I1 fur hour by the almini trallon of oxygen anti the pres Jclunt finally express a desire to he al lovivrt to Gin1 Abftit so tilt iidmtnlstni tlon of oxygen cea od curd the pulse grew fainter and fainter Ule was sinking grad uallv like a child Into the eternal slum ber By 10 oclock the pulse could no long r be felt In his extremities and they grew xlalrs the rldpdtvatted sadly for the jTtiosr In tlut liou at this rttrlckenII Secretaries Ultrlicael Vlls vin Senattrs Fa mailllat ta row JuJrc Abner Mc 1 1Klnlev tin presMrnts brother and ills wife Dr and Mr BaN tin president nieco and her husband hits liarber and Miv Duncan the nrvsl l ntV ist rs Mrs 2 lnry Barber Mrs MfWiUams Mrs ilcKlnlcvu cousin the physicians In eluding Dr McBunicy who arrived after S oclock 0hnG Mllburn lobo N Scrttchcnl Harry Hamlln nil of tills city Secretary Cortelyou and u nimbtr of others Rev C D Wiliih a Methodist minister of Toiiawanda X V who was the presidents pfusror cur thr years at Canton called ut the ret lllur to inquire whether his verylces wire needed but did not cnhr Hie house At thin midnight hour Ujo Mllbiirn houVo was the finter urn scene as an milted ns thotsgh it were midday al- lbnughwNOlcmtt hush huns over text great rrowd bf wnttherS The entire liwcr part of tiles ante was glow wl111I light and the inarv attendant and relatives could b seen within suc- hins about and occr lmu lly coming t sirups to thc front Jiorvay for a btvnthii of air In The upper front chamUrs tIt ltgi1ta were low nod atund nn tht 1orth siiai where the h l deatU I 1ft- l coed there were fitful lights snmPglen insbrghtly and then turned sewn the fact tliut the vitally con tinuewtto ebb as mdnlght11iltldlilno efforts erett of life glowing Dr Janewny of New York city arrived at the depot sit 11 Mu o clock Gcnrgo Urban was wait lap fIVailnt nndjtHer drove Vat n brjaknir1l wee to the MllbUrn house He ww shown to the presidents room at ones and bean an esixniination of the amoJt inanimate form Secretary ortI attiOGLong arrived t the 3tllburn how lhI8 was his first visit to the city and he had the extreme satisfaction of seeing the president allVc even though he was not corJuclou of ills visitor t presence Secretary Lone was Vslbly affected Shortly after midnight the President expulserecognizetremltle dI that nothlrrg remained but thelast strug- Gle lPd snaiCof the friends of the tamll whoial remained through the day began Hi t0teavetiaeihouscnot caingit4 bCpres oentatthe limit scene thTheC Co y I I exception of the bereaved wife were at bd Mrs McKinley was in an i adjoining room Dr Klxey was the only II presentThe ath probably occurred about 2 oclock It being understood that Dr Rlxey delayed the announcement mu I mentartly to assure himself i The announcement of the news to those ii waiting below was iMwtpohqd until the members of the family had withdrawn Through Secretary Cortelyou the waiting i newspaper men received the notification j In a trice thoro was the keenest excite ment on the broad avenue but there was Il no semblance ot disorder I Vice President Roosevelt had been no j titled early in the day of the critical state of affairs There was no looser a doubt that in the approaching death of the president a complete change in the executive administration of the government would ensue tj 1GLongbefore IItI vices over the remains of the late Preai I MilburnpreparationsAt onWestthe corner from the Mllburn house The national guard of the state of New York companiesfromcommand of Cap llowlund Then the trapping of the military arm of the ser vice gave way to those of the United States navy as CO men from the United States gunboat Michigan under command of Col L T Minnlx swung into position i along side their military brethren In arms After them came the blue jackets with open throated shirts their Louse black neck scarfs in sailor knots with yellow legglns and sailor hats The eniI i lire military and naval force formed In jcompnny tn West Ferry street and there I awaited the time for the services to be gin Meantime the members of the cabinet oitictU high in the government service i president I to the entrance of the Milburn residence I They came sjhjrarately and in groups j some walking while those in carriages tj were admitted within the roped enclos ure up to the curb Two and two a long line of men of dig nltied bearing marched up to see the house the foreign commissioners sent to the exposition and after them the state I commissioners With the foreigners j a colonel of the Mexican army in his WlSIII uniform ot black with scarlet stripes and peaked gold braided It was just eight capII opening of the barouche drove up President Roosevelt and Mr and Mrs i Wilcox at whose home ho is a guest Within the house of death was woe i unspeakable In the drawing room to i the right of the hall as President 1 J Roosevelt entered the dead chieftain was Ii stretched upon his bier Ills head was to i the rising sun On his face was written the story of the Christian forbearance martyrdomOnlytestimony to the patient suffering ho had endured He was dressed as he always was in life The black frock coat was buttoned across the breast where the first bullet of the assassin had struck The black string tie below the standing t collar showed the little triangle of white shirt front He looked as millions of his countrymen have seen him save for one LoyalLegion 1 which was always Jn the left lapel WOftII coat vas missing And those who marked itspoke of it and after rII body was taken to the city hullMhe badge which he prized through life was placed again vhere it hall always bean The body lay in a black casket on a black bearskin rug Over the lower limbs was Hung the starry banner he hud loved so well The rowers were few as btlit trd the simple nature of the man A spray of white chrysanthemums a lImn lug bunch of blood red American beauty roses and a magnificent bunch of violets Were on the casket That wax all Bo I hind the head against a pier mirror between the two curtained windows rested two superb wreaths of white asters and roses These were the only rowers in the roomII McKinley the poor grief crushed widow i had been led into the chamber by hr phy ii Jan Dr liixey and hud sat awhile alone with him who had supported andJ1 uemforted her through all their yoars of wadded life But though her support was I gone she had not broken down Dry eyed she gazed upon him and fondled his face She did not seem to realize thntt1he was dead Then she was led away by- Ur Rixey and took to her position at the head of the stairs whore she could hear the services Just before 11 oclock President Moose = vest entered coming into the room from passIng round through the sitting room behind late the library There was an instanta president theheadand the members of the cabinet seated at Its side Every one rose and all eyes were turned toward the president He moved forward again with the tide of the procession to his place at the head of himethat Those who wen coming toward him fell back on either side to let him pass He too seemed to be restraining a geai grief When President Roosevelt reached the head of the linn of cabinet olllccra he kept his face away from the casket The infantrymen guarding tho dead stood before him rigid aa a staiue Although the commandcrlnchlef ap proached until he could have touched him the soldier did not salute The president appeared to be steeling him seit for a look into the face of him whose death had made him the first ruler of the world The tension in the room was great Every one seemed to be wait tug The minister of tho Gospel stood with the Holy Book In his hand ready to begin Perhaps it might have been CO seconds It seemed longer Then tho president turned and at the same timcv advanced one step lIe bowel his head and looked down upon the man whose burden and responsibility he had takenup Long he gazed standing InunoabhIsave for a twitching of the I the chin as belabored with heavy breathrepress lots emotion At last he step 1tu back The pastor was at the door leading Into hall a station whence his words could be heard nt the head of the stairs The signal was given and there welled out from the hall the beautiful wbrds of quartette vorite hymn When the singing ended the clergyman read front the word of tho Fifteenth chapter of the First Corinthians Again the voice rose with the words of Nearer My God to Thee As the music died againLetprayer was HE follows God our help In ages past Our hope for years to come blastnWe Thy servants humbly Thee for nianifestatluns ot Thy bpleecbII we come into Thy presence c I I praiseThceII I unto us and bless us as stricken with I overAvhehninjt sorrow we come to Thee I II Fotgivo u for our doubts and fears and j faltering faith pardon all our sins and I I shortcomings and help us to say I will lie done In this dnrk night ot toii abide with us till the dawning Speak I our troubled souls O God and give toI j us in this hour of unutterable grief tho I I peace and quiet which Thy presence only Ijean attars We thanl Thee that Thou I answorest the sobbing sigh of tine oils dust assure us that if a man heartIiI i sh ill live again We praise Theo for I Jesus Christ Thy Son our Saviour and jI alder brother that He came to bring i r life oils imiiiu nuny to ii ht and be I cause He lives we shall live also lunik Thre that death Is victory 0II i to tit Is gain Have mercy upon us thisI dispensation Of Thy Providence t believe in Thecwt trust Thee our weIl of Lora the same yesterday today and f forever We tbvnR Thee for the unsul i I lie t life of Thy servant our martyred J president whom Thou hast taken to his I coronation and we pray for the finals triumph tun the divine principles of pure character and tree government for Which he stood while he lived oils which were tiaptized by his blood in his death Hear our prayer for blessings of con solation upon all those who were asso elated with him in the Administration of tho affairs ot the government especially I vouchsafe Thy presence to Thy servant 0 oatwho1 the holy responsibility ot our chief maS= tasteandf- O guide the ship of state through stormYy seas help Thy people to be brave to ncnt tho battles of the Lord and wise to solve all the problems of freedom Graciously hear us for comforting drainofThine hand maiden upon whom the blow of this sorrow mot heavily falls l Ac company her O God as Thou hast prom led through thlll dark valley and hallow and may she tear no evil because Thou art with her All these things we ask In the name of Jesus Chrhlt ourri Lord who has Fatherus when we to say our who art in Heaven hallowed be ThY name Thy kingdom come Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven Give this day our dally bread and fpr give us our tresspasses as we forgive those who tressjMas against u+ and 1ted us not Into temptation but deliver us from evil for Thine Is the Kingdom Poll the Power and the Glory forever Anton May tho Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ the love of God the Father und communion nfthl hotjy spirit be with us all ever more Amen ITCgIldnt withoutiappearedNearer F lostmnstor Gcolfal wit I intlitafyFollowing tarIttbgck I eerertetyni j ailsthird carra and Rev Dr Locke 1 wife In the In tfrnag s the 4 clearsledtttc dead president At I fheadof t lhIf leading h9e8 n UrtoiGcerI with a hand ht the Un ltehsllll r f the a I taehmeatof ourcot nmnmoroblttl theleransuhopassigned to pat1ono p t o e escort Ijpwly rainfallharpTitVSiSijr tookat attention The thealluteluifalowastIiOtlttq= = = The Nation Palls Tribute toIts Honored Dead IC C I HIS WAS GENTLE AND THE ELEMENTS SO MIXED IN THAT NATURElIGHT STAND UP AND SAY TO THE ORLDJkTliJIS WAS A MAN I = U J c All present l in tho I did nojstand defying the elements as the minister repeated It PreWent i removed respecting his dead trestI mi1nlbaekwith a simple benediction The funeral thr why to the eatafalque A mo + nt director was about to step forward to and the body President McKlu platr the cover on the when sad I lej1fl lying in state denly then vwas x momnt Gov I At U fclod the pullet were Odell Senator who had risen that the tasty b viewed saw that the last opportunity to look bylthtcpeople A minite Inter itml ihe Into the countenance of his loath friend ltnamr ihrousn UK hal come PresitiK forwarl in an in duoSolemn In = U ency yiey stunt he was at the oe the tttkd 140 set tb bier t vteW the fa4e uf bending and looking dotin into 1 theT ttrent Old men rind weak amen- It two minutes passed and then I and trop men and children eaters o he turned away and the cotlln was menjand laborer all those classes were Col Bingham signalled the bodyCIOStli represented In the that Iliad pnst1 ers Four two infantry Dmpg the first hour tne people two artillery sergeants bore thee at the rate 115 to the Do T = 7 V 0 Il PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT =u Mrs McKinley and the members ol the family remained The widow had passed the personal attendants of Cite presidcnt athered on the side to see the oily taken away inlbands Tenderly the bearers lowered the from their shoulders and placed it In the hearse The notes of Chopins funeral succeeded the strains of the hymn The soldiers and sailors swung Into long columns and took up the southward toward the city hall President Roosevelt canto from the house almost immediately following the and arm in arm with Secretary Root mowed through the aisle of people He entered the first carriage with Mr Root and with Attorney General staid with Smith toll Were clurth thtsorderprreed hearse lfter th tilt walked hearse walkeddi this OCI fh oKS of soldiers swung troops their posl uteket wars lifted LIFE HIM ALL joine Lords prayer with hat Hater of casket behind lxltctl Hauna noUtledt fniM vluajied side over Almost throng sailors passed of porch casket dirge march casket Knox beln11 minute They seemed as the wore on to come more rapid Outsid- the lines were amazing In their dimen sion The long line passed out Frank Un street i The crowds grew larger until those fIn i charge found It necessary to extend thII ho rs Owing to the presence of so many I waiting thousands it was decided tob ay the city hoB open until midnight The t for hours longer the streets were dense with people and a constant stream flowed1 UI the steps of the broad entrance into iI the hall and passed the bier When the ii doors were closed at midnight It was esK timated that SuOOO people had viewed the i remains but thousands of disappointed i II ones were still In the streets IThe body laid in the city han until Monday morning It was then taken to tho station by a military escort and SrO the funeral train consisting of seen cars started for Washington Mrs McKinley the president the cabinet anti relatives and friends of the dgtd pres ii dent accompanied the remains Mrs Mei tl 1i s t- t Ilnley bore up bravely during the serv Fees at the Mllburn residence and Dr lixey her physician thinks she will be able her in the 11tate iInfrom Burro 10 up over the Alleghenies down into the broad valley of the Sur TGcbenks Su tions martyred president Monday made Ing his last journey to the seat of govern of nitnt over which he presided for four and onehalf years The whole country j seemed tohl1vo drained Its population thlfUf1tralthrough the mountains and the sparsely Mttamlttdenly grown to the proportions of re atfpeetable cities und were congested Into ried vast multitudes In the larger cities Work wis suspended In field and mine nndcftmThe schools were dismi sedvand every where appeared the trappinga unit tokens thdottelled a thicket of color over tho cities and from almost every banner streamed held a bit of crepe The stations were heavy black evAtrlaburg and Baltimore the chimes play and hmnonTakn thtthe borne one sertribute to the dead had an opportunity to catch a glimpse of 5the liascovered ui r KHvjiicu to view In the observation ir at the rear end of the train There were no other bit Of oo orv to retch on this train of deatheaThe toettnotive was shrdudiwl iti black tie curtains of the oars in which stet the bnel stricken widow the riiatives t the president cabinet and others were allyawn The whole black train was like i shuttered house save only for that hindmost ear where the body lay guard Gen fl by a soldier of the army and a sailor t the navy All day the train WM preceded about 1 minutes by a pilot engine sent ahead to test the bridges and switches and j prevent the possibility of accident to the Is I rtHious burden it carried The train hud the right of way over everything dell Nut a wheel moved on the Pennsylva nia railroad system 30 minutes before at the pilot engine wis due or for the same length of time after 11I trainl had passed Gtriml Superintendent J B Hutchln m had sent rout explicit instructions the levering every detail The order con will titdctlKvery precaution must be taken by all employes to make this move abso the lutely certain Mrs McKinley has stood the strain of the th trying ordeal following the death of the president without breaking down anclrJher physician Dr Rixey is encouraged to believe that she will go through the state eermonlal without collapse the The halt hour she spout beside the cof fiii on the train Monday morning was UIpIIla- dy and Monday tbo e closest to her iftl there Iis little iyerlous danger of I immediate collunsevfiThpIr dread Iis for- ti future when the nt+ rv tension otntit present ordeal is over and when t iv widow is back alone In the old house t if ciiiton wltn the flood of recollection iiiri realization that must came upon hrThe Mel pM1 tlic white house where far more than tour years ho Had made his home as tie ehlif magistrate of the great Amer icon republic ipstair his widow mourn fir her dead in the family apartments that new bring lack Jjtit the aaddiwt ottnt mories rV Vhen the train arriradtli eiwktjwtis I removed from the observation cantOn tit the large xrindrnw ata iMvereela th side and dotty ails tntrlltully the ke VTS slipped oat through the oponmtr and c- tnderly receives upon the bVnt shout tlvrs of the lode bearers Four artillery G Port Md t glhStraishtning themselves under their hard it they walled slowly towards th llr trse Ueforr the c askrt marched fe- ueirerr 1 Muj Parker ra Tiinqhai- ntil t Ollmore and MaJ MucAulty an iat that order while the officers on rtthe- stdeanti In tho entrance stood with un cwerod heads the remains were I toSlxth street and placed JJnthf hears + As the casket emerged n bug a note ros dearly ands taps ranjr onto That mt I i the only subject that broke the den silence Just beyond the entrance to the stntion President Roosevelt with tb j I members of the cabinet hind paused aw had taken station so as to leave a broil space for the general cortege The ranged themselves on tie sidewalk tInSJ double rows opposite each other and stns with hared heads as the corp was carried to the hearse an IJ drawn up at the side of the gate Tit hearse was an exquisite affair and was drawn by six coal black horses each o t whom was led by a colored groom i JTheJ president quickly moved away and was followed at once by President Roosevelt and those accompanying him In the presidents carriage beside Mr Rooovelt were Secretaries Hay and Gage and Capt SsckSs toaster General Smith followed In another carriage while Secretary Wilson Secretary Cortelyou Secretary Ion ami Senators Hanna and Fairbanks drove lwhlnl In other carriages The cat 1 zrn coming from Buffalo oJReers of tit army and navy hand friends followed The mllltarYwtrt alredj 3n line A f1 Jthe profession swfptfr6m tile Slat Street station Into Pennsylvania avenue n deeply impressive sight was presenterI Th historierthorouglifare Ws hung t tick Emblems offtIe1nat jn Stni buildinTiewith crepe floated from hundreds r Ited windows Over All leas d coldly t St r a or electric lights 1dint1 sttrpl eat h iTotall of the solemn scene J i tanked or both slOes p3f tee avKeef from S1hstreet to the Repetitive man rim were tens of thousands of peoplt I Thy had come to pay their tho memory of thwr president vJV1th bared beadsymind with no murmur yuimX tht people watched with tear stained eyes the last homecoming I Prestdfnt McKinley There was no mud Amid the hush of the great srgaa only the clatter bf thohatsfc hii C4 riro Itig sharply upon the pavement hard i A platnon of mounted poUreIo M I maid M Sergi Uaew led tar wn Next ciinie a delegation of G A It men from the department of the Potomac I members of the Union Veteran union and tit Spanish War Veterans and Troops I anti L of the 11th cavalry rom Fort Meyer Vu Following the cavalry men was the hearse Clanked on either side by the body bearers with n detach meat of signalI corps men bringing up tintme L that of President Roosevelt being 1 dlutoly behind the signal corps Scatter ed along at different parts of the pro I nuYIibrtdy at the railroad fetation It was I about half past nine when the hlnd- fAf thD proccssilrtn reached the white Douse grounds and turned Into the drlve a a+ ftwas with simple ceremony and a 1 sil net that fitters perfectly the sadne of the occasion that the hotly of till Ltiiliaupon the bier In the great east room where he had stood to often In the pride of his manhood to receive the greetings of the common people he loved belt 1thm himself ceremonye asTie tnore was should b severely military character In recognition of the fact th- i the president was the rommandar tn chl- i ol the United States army end parV Nowhere Was thex n show pC cltllh rjlI1tlelratlo lhc streets about the at ttlion averr aUanIt lt wtsuocculethtreeh atalwnrt soldiers and sailors to utPilfo twns not so on the broad stretch o avenue that led to the white house The rthe people In t inntd Red vast multitude the win ropes restrained from tfinevvhiklrel out for the of Ute pro crIona7Thc silence that mashed th pmbres of the funeral party throeg 1Ithe national capital vas profound Th J a- oltatlvIn the great crowd away the sliest press log and striving against the ropes to see the mournful cortege which swept slowly 1 along IITWASHINGTON 3IeKInlej RemnainM Wilt- Lie fir Stated In the n incIdre tlc CnllltolItttexalnrL 9 f Washington Sept 16 Secretary Hay nday I14sued to the public the ioUow announcement concerning the funeral President McKinley Sept5Tthtrrnjted States after tying In state In cltt Buffalo during theaterofSunday September 15 will be removed to Washington by special train on onday September 16 leaving Buffalo 83U a m and reaching Washington 9 p m Tho remains will then be car under the escort of a squadron of United States cavalry to the executive lon where they will rest ntll9oclock In the morning of Tuesday September 17 They will then be carried to capitol accompanied by a military civic escort The remains will Ito there in state Religious services will b j in the rotunda of the capitol on Tuesday at t 12 oBlock jl noon f Tuesday ti- ening the remains tigdgnimUltary es rt will be triinsferredlltglaifuneral car carried to Canton 0 arriving there Wednesday where arrangements I for Ilnttt sepulture will be committed to charge of the citizens of Canton under tint dlrectionof a committee to be cityThebusySurdsproper execution of so much of the fu jneral programme as fell jto then teepee tively Secretary Hay came to hls desk rly in the mottling and remained throughout the day Though It wits Sunday cablegrams of condolence were still taming to the department of statej from parts of the world I In the war department Acting = Secre tarSanger was in consultation with Glllesspie Odl AVard and Gen Barry arranging for the transportation to particlpatuIntails for guard duty and other matters Gen Randolph chief of artillery who to represent the army at the capital arranged with SergeantatArms Kans that they should cooperate In the management of the funeral ceremonies the capital Four private soldiers will stand watch day and night one at each corner of the catafalque us long as the remains of the late president shall He In capitol building A suitable guard be maintained at the entrance and will keep the people in alignment when they are admitted to the capitol to view remains next Tuesday The special guard of honor to represent navy at the funeral ceremonies will comprise the following otllcers of high Adm Dewey Rr Adm Crownln shield Rr Adm ONeal Paymaster Gen oral Remey and Brig Gen Heywood ot merino corps While Gen Brooke will be in general charge of military arrangements there en Francis S Guenther will be la commend of the military contingent in the celislotL7 Col Samuel Reber spnln w to Gen Miles has been detailed to meet Mrs McKinley and look specially HenryWhltnei to perform a similar service for resident Roosevelt The sergeantatarms has had the cat nfalque whlCHiSurfJTQrted the remains of Lincoln Garfield und other statesmen brought out of the crypt In which U re osed so long and has turned It ever to Lees Sons funeral directors who will have the undertaking in charge The catafalque Is to be entirely cohered jGensix ebony columns placed in tile white house uPI9rtl1EllkerFrbmTthfe time 111 remains reach the white honey the guard will be maintained until the body Js renfttved to the capitol iutllortltin and floe more ui the toot while IIIL their side will stand a member of the A IV and a member of the Loyal 1 t Provision will be mode for fellev ng these watches Itt proper intervals The Inion Vetruns Legion in addition L4gionpP president was member also will occupy a post of hearsl1r omposCiIJotficet syof liiptnranktnl thGltnaiy army will Thermeat II I report l4 duty at 4l white house Tuesday morning Company A jIrmy engineer corp from Fort Totten N Y arrived at midnight theyL1tant special tekgrapolnelTh officer and thesotanilaofept division oC the Ptilllp 1plnclI beg the department to place un ap floral design on the bier of the nt ot the enl e1 States as a taken of n gr yorrowfirllo thf1 deepest sympathyMii0 iIts rsqne Slgned ChaiTee In answer to this appeal the war de partment arranged with a local tforlst to ld handsome lloral yhlehujwlta the rtn corps badgoTln theceatert THE CORONERS REPORT Certificate ait lf Revortl of Death ot Late IrvpiiTeiit WilliamUlr H 3Ie iciiilei iMtWcdl t tff t orntoUuwingnhertllfcutr o heath of the late President City of Buffalo Bureau of Vital Staffs tics County of ErIc State cf Sew York Certificate and record of dean of WH Uam McKinley I Jverebjs eertlLyrtraat he died on the lath May or Hejtnember lwI about 213 oclock a mandUhat tothe best of my deathrwas as hereunder written Cause gan grnfot both UJt01stQmn tartd1llan bicresss folloa fngguasGotwBotnd t Witness my ltandtWs 14th 4iayteCScp tember ISOli 1SltI11 IL R Gaylor M Dp H T Mat CoronerLSAgeCxhltetreeSingle married etc married Occupa StatesmI tfllessJO ItoW Ip in the Fathersyname William McKinley Fathers birth place Pennsylvania United States Mothers name Nancy McKinley Moth ers birthplace Ohio United States Place ot death 1153 Delaware UenueILast previous residence Washington D C Direct cause of death gangrene of both walls orf stomach and i ncrcas fat= lowing gursho Troun- dROOSEVELT 0 i SWO K IN tfief Oath nfOntre 1Va thInltClpd t3 lieu ItyJnd e ItaselahBaf 1alo y Tk 1 TJuffnlo X Y Sept 14ices- a rresJrtwjt Eoos yclt arjriyecV iti llulTn lo at 130 pIn liis train IiillIot stop at the Central StntTon buV rna lo the Terrace Slatidn where Ufc was oet by a detail of moimteuMich ernnd a squad of sjjnali senicc Jnen entered aenriiiiacanti 1tpiyn- in once escorted to thetciitthltctift1n ltCitulethe oath bf crflice vasTamnfiif Vw- n by Judge hazel ot rite UlilM- nf states District ciurttpeemst drot vas 10 issue u prpcIaiiatTi tau= icninciniT the tleiiUi oJ tlinr iicKinley nnd d gn tjnp n aliy of inonriiinjj bt PJ throughout the tfmted States second proclhntation urillJprpbab Iy bi isuucd convening the Senate at Washington in extraordiiMiry session for the coiSrtnatioH oft cahinet a1 jnotritineitts which the ft comtn president wUl make s i 1 J I Y I CJ Jit 4 I Off J4tU o Jt MEN S FINE1 SaOESlOur line of Mens Fine Shoes for Fall 1 wear just received ECLIPSEII 350 S HOE S FOR MEN IN Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Leather I In Button and Lace on all the New Lasts and Toes The best Shoes made for the pricewill wear and look equal to 7 500 ShoestI I J FALL CLOTHING t I We have just opened our line of Mens Clothing forJ FALL AND WINTER We can show 1 you a complete line in all the new Weaves and Colorings Ranging- in price from 500 TO 1650 AGE1TTS FORM BORN CD1COCHICAGO TAILORS t tI1I BALTZER DODDS fIJI z tit yltlt 4ie hhpJ JMORRIS PHIL PS Have the best savesbspace in a small room is attractively finished and ornamental when closed and is comfortable and sleep inviting when open Its just the bed for a small room if you want one at a small price RemarkablePieces We offer some remarkable pieces in Chairs remarkable for Elegance Durability Comfort Low Price COME AND SEE THEM LEDFORD RANDLE Croceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement lWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is + GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered A 2HM of Terror I s Awfml anxiety was felt for the widow i o of the brave Gen Burnham of Mach ia Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia before t oraing writes Mrs S H Lincoln I who attended her that night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery 1 which had more than once saved her I life and cared her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Fur i ther we cared her This marvelous atediciM to guaranteed to care all r Throat Chest and Laag diseases Only lOoandtlTrial bottle free at Cow cUll Dreg Store TIRRtar Here Mr O IJSaithJtH tinaer thor oughly competent and skilled is now f with R B Brevard Booflxg and all fcUHte W Tin Work GiyeJaIaa callc RB BUTAM a 1 tro I i fif HAS NOT MUCH FAITH IN IT Charleston Enterprise A horseback survey of the route proposed to bo traversed by the railroad to Hickman was made a few days ago of which the Hickman Courier speaks as follows The railroad survey or reconnoisance from Hickman to Char leston or to Crossno the nearest in tersection of the Iron Mountain on horseback may be made all right as a preliminary but in all truth we have had these kind of surveys perhaps a half dozen times and they dont fur nish lllchinformation as to intention of building or cost of construction HAVE yon a sense of fullness in tho re gion of your stomach alter eating If so you will be benefited by using Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also care belching andsour stom ach They regulate the bowels too CowgillHickman f rNaaNN jN oN AsNiNaaNolriliiNaiN1 1 NEW FALL DRESS GOODS I oj tlt I I j and IAllIHopsacldngs Homespun Whip DrapDeAmagon DrapDePromaine DrapDePaterme Armure 1lel1oseIISatin Venetian SatinBarber Cheviots and NavereAlma and jaw breakers but not purse breakers Whether you wish to buy or I we will consider 1 1i it a favor to have you pass judgment on our selections notII a IICltaliarestilL c- allling R 0 wrsets 1 I I I I I THE I MADE I The Co 11- of I New York and Chicago I won approval from the first a and they keep on winning new friends every day I receiyotl nificent Ladies Shoes Hickman Rochester worth look fAMBERUS I IkI NT E R NAT OINrA L CLOTHES ARE WINNERS CLOTHESI BYIInternational Tailoring THEIR POPULARITY HAS SPREAD OVER THE UNITED STATESw THERE are strong fur this continued endorsement good They are a- QUALITY 4 ALWAYS HIGH rJ WORKMANSHIP TIE BESJ PERFECT PRICESb LOWEST THE COMPLETE LINE OF1iIIINTERNATIONAL SAMPLES BE SEEN AT H AMBERG CHANCE FOR NEW FACTORY Sept121901Dear do you have in your locality Is there ranch Elm is the priopcr 1000 for timber laid down in yard I sup pose your town has an Improvement Committee What do you think the people would do for an establishment that would employ from 15 to 25 hands good prospects to increase the number I mean business and wish I would hand this to some one interested- if I you do not care to investigate the matter Thanking you in advance for the tavor lam yours truly A L GEBHARD II G Rising Inspector of 4 the P 0 yesterdaylookingt of free rural delivery from Hick sI Stephenwill 11b t We bane just the best find most mag line of Finei over shown in The E P Reed line of New York from 200 to 5 a pair We want you to sec them if only to ALL I reasons dressers FIT CAN C What you routes Tho Elks Street Fair at Jackson Tenn occurs Oct 21st to 26th inclus- iye It promises to be bigger and be ter this year than ever before Nobbiest line Neckwear Shoe Store RICE c NAYLOR In the matter of the necessity crushing anarchy in the United States- all good AmerIcans stand together regardless of party affiliations For Tablets School Books Ink Pen cils and all school supplies call WILSONS BOOK STORE You ca do better You may do worse At Metropolis Illinois last Archie C Ferguson and Lem Taylor- wbo murdered City Marshal Orouch- wero tried and convicted of manslaughter The jury was out 3G hours andre turned tbe above verdict the lcfen- dants beiuc sentenced to the penitentiary for an intermediate term of less than one year and may extend the life time of defendants 1IIIIIftn 4 f MKINLEY MEMORIAL MEETING OUR PEOPLE JOIN IN MOURNFUL 1 1THIBUTEi iOuri good people irrespective of de I nomination creed or past differences joined in holding a memorial mooting at the Methodist Church Thursday morning No more solemn occasion was over witnessed in the city There was an earnest and intense sorrow written on the faces of all and all seem to feel the deep sorrow in common with the people of the whole country over the death of our lamented President Wni McKinley His Christian life and above all hi Christian death seem to overshadow all else of his distinguished character in the sympathy and affection of the people assembled PROOUAM AT CHURCH 1 Organ Voluntary Mrs Leone Baltzer 2 Scriptural lesson Rev Archer Booglier 3 Prayer Elder W S Rouey 4 Hymn Nearer My God to Thee 5 Address R T Tyler G Hymn Lead Kindly Light 7 Address Dr J H Evans 8 Hymn Thy Will he Done 9 Short address by Rovs Uoogher and Roney 10 Prayer and Benediction Prof Link The music was sweetly and beautifully rendered The first verso of Lead Kindly Light which was President McKmloys favorite hymn was sung in duet by Mrs Kate Millet and Mrs Clara Cowgill tho second verse by Mesdames Cowgill Millet DeBow and Fred Pearco and Archie DeBow1 and tho chorus by full choir and con gregation and afforded a most solemn and impressive scene a large part of = tho congregation being in tears The church was decorated in mourn ing muchly expressing the deep sorrow of tho occasion tAU the business houses in Hickman were closed during the hours of service The addresses of Hon R T Tyler ItDr J H Evans Rovs Booghcr and Roney were appropriate to tho occasion and most impressively deliver for ed ft I I CITY HALL TONIGHT at THE LAUGHING PHILOSOPHER ntMr Lou Beauchamp known as the Laughing Philosopher is to deliver his week popular lecture New Ideas on an Old Subject at City Hall tonight Mr Beauchamp is commended by the lead ing papers as an able and versatileI speaker and one who never fails to in struct and entertain his audiences not to Dont miss the opportunity Popular prices 25 and j85cs I c We guarantee 111Y NlIcorset to give sa tisfactionI J W J BARRY AT BUCKXllS OLD SHOP Will make you a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL BINDSr ALL WORK GUARANTEEDrHORSESHOEING SPECIALTY LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT r J H POLIxOCK Fropr First class surreyscarriagesCustomersservedPatronatgo L v Cash Book Store i x Splendid Selection of NW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS L Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co COALI GOAli w Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris I Son y 5 LR ikr fl 1 f Ii A r H 11 r i simimttuiimmttiummuiui mmuiiumimwimtmmttig i NEW ARRIVALSI Every Day of 411 A = FALL GOODSell 41 7 Dress Goods Er41 E JacketsI II- R Millinery etc r II 41 R I Special Displayp iOctober 1st rrp rELLISONS r r f wwmmmmmmuumm ui lutmwmnuMumm uuu 50000for Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows 6OOOForII II CI 1500II1000u500IIIIS1th 4OOfi300uz 2000u6000II6000II1000u 10U 10000N 4 islaooAIn case of tie guesses prize equally divided 3190tThe1801 was 795631 1896 was 10201071892II 861625 1897II 8640221893II 835604 1898II 7931691804 II 776819 1899u 920872 lO49ll21Guess6000An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The Conditions are 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Inquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess tlOOO for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 1OOO for one subscription ten t7tles8e6NoWeeklyISaqhirer THE POTATO PROSPECT While the United States has never been like Ireland entirely dependent upon a fair potato yield we are heavy potato consumers The potato has al ways been with us a favorite in the vegetable world partly because of its cheapness but largely on account of its nutrition Previously when short upon our crops the laboring population es Peeiall has had the everwelcome po tato crop has beentf a complete failure worse than at any other time in our his tory The present prospects are that we will have at least a million bushel t less than undernormal conditions There is not a state in the union with the pos sible exception of Maryland whereI respectable crop can be so much as hoped for In ail the localities which theri potato crop has been ruined by the Ii drought t Ikeckiag I railroad Calamity of Williford laborer Ark I crushed but Buck qmickly cared him I for Burns Boils 4 Piles Hd all skin wrmptionfl Its the r saranrt Wgillti i 1 d i h INTERSTATE FAIR AT LOUISVILLE The first Interstate Fair ever given in the South will take place at the grounds of the new Louisville Jockey CJub Louisville Ky beginning Seth 23rd and closing Oct 5 Exhibits of all kinds including lire stock poultry so rials and manufactured articles will bo shownIt expected that every Sonther- state will be represented m some of the ati tracted attention and entries are being received every day for the various class undoubta edly complete ever seen iui the South The Live Stock Committee has offered Fifteen Thousand dollars 816000 in premiums and purses i has attracted entries from nearly ten states The Hereford and Short Horn Record Association have added Five Thousand dollars to be added to thcpre miuui money to be distributed among these classes of cattle Special prizes have also been offered for horses sh us and swine MULES FOR SALE Two young mules for sale Apply to S6fwy L Ho BACON I S v U Hick fanfKyv t itt it f 1 i n I FUNERAL OF THE DEAD PRES IDENT BURIED AT HIS HOME CANT OHIO The body of President McKinley was carried from Buffalo to Washington City The railway route of the train was literally strewn with flowers At the different towns and cities bells toiled 1 choirs sang favorite hymns and al the depots and buildings wore draped in the habiliments of mourning Perhaps more than half a million peopl- lined the tracks to mourn the passin- of the dead presidents corpse At Washington City funeral services were held at the Capitol and conducted by venerable Bishop Andrews The body was carried from the White House to tne Capitol through thronged streets sorrowing people followed by the great men of this and other Nations amongst them President Roosevelt and exPresi I dent Grover Cleveland I On Thursday yesterday his body was carried to his old home Canton 0 and confined to its list resting place I CITY LOU NGiL PAY a TRIBUT- TO OUR DEAD PRESIDENT J Sept 18th 1901 Council was called in session at City Hall Present Mayor Dillon Council men Ellison Cowgill Beckniau Brev yard and Swayne Mayor stated the object of the meeting to be to take some action in regard to requesting the suspension of business on tomorrow morn rug i ibo following resolutions were intro duced and passed upon PresidentYol annSeptombe0thbo buried at his home in Canton Ohio tomorrow morning and- WhereasPresident Roosevelt has requested all citizens of the United States to suspend business and meet at worshipi at President whose death has caused universal sorrow Therefore uuMayorsuspendnl11morrow and attend Memorial Services atpam On motiou Council adjourned fl OHELM 0 C Now Idea Patterns lOc at r SHAWS T iR rrNN= ttII WII THE YISIIOl AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS Chester Bondnrantis in Dawson Kyf r a few days Pollxk countyinnI UnionCity New Idea Patterns 10c at SHAW Mrs 11 L Baruott of Wilsonville is piling her mother Mrs R L Fowlkes Il6Seo Lineforirs StLoutslaiCall and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS IMlt Costello the popular young wading milhnor at Ellisons has returnea to her post of duty New Idea Patterns lOc at I SHAWS ReidDwereharriedIwe are agents for the best Laundry li Western Kentucky Wiil save you jCuffsjJ H Pollock Deceased has given notice to Parsons indebted to said estate to pay samemsslaundySoapIsReliable rumor has it that a popular marriednoungl1 New Idea Patterns lOc at 1 SHAWS a J f t I theINNOUNCEMENT 4 vr of the fall Openings i of our Merchants t Issueg PRINCEof5atare t3ats+ sat Iltta IIWUaala lGel tthlE 7Iear eta Perhaps Prince Henry of Mecklen burg Schw+ erin the fiance of Queen Wil I helmina is a sober industrious royalty now but according to this story he wat agooEgoverness of some cousins of his scion of the ducal house of Mecklenburg Strelitz lived in a grand solitary castle planted in the middle of a boundless plain of sand like n tent in the desert Henry Yludiniir v n Mecklenburg Seliut uio tmc tire on a visit to hic 11 i II violent dislike to tlu VUM v JIM utjected to lire rat1tii tr a it oners withW hrc1II iv morningI thc4u I rinacarrig t u rch a fe mJUs uu MmeI D X ih j he front seat witn Ii rt and Duke lleiiix stalled himself on ti t 0J re than once she felt queer wee going on LrLlr ir lou when she looked around t r b y was stiff and solemn looking the otherway At last the party reached the church in front of which a little crowd of no ble neighbors and peasants had assem dbled Henry Vladimir jumped out first and gallantly offered his hand to the governess She thought this un wonted politeness rather strange but on jumping out her skirt and one or two petticoat fell at her feet where they softly arranged themselves in a sort of balloon from which ehs emerged a little more dressed thaa Veans Ksiag from the Sea but not asiA On the sorrow the young Meek laafcwgSckwerin was sent hose jri k- lliieMaIi C sitar spas 1s- azA 41 J ASLP L14 41 n w4j f A n 11 I YOU GET MORE THAN ll- 1 G I 5 J SHOES AND OXFORDS HERE 1 Luis IIYOU GET sF F I SATISFACTION v i You can buy footwear in most any grocery II LF store nowadays Do you want the experience of J years the knowledge of leathers and their mak- ersv and have Shoes fitted properly with goods ex Ij changed or your money back g Its only dealers that know their goods and have faith in them that do this Prices in plain BHy i I IjjYouhave to sake just what you find m I OUR ARMORED CRUISER FOR BOYS WEAR gives double the service of any boys shoes on the market RICE NAYLOR I SHOE STOREI1 2W 7wWId7 w h FOR THE BEST IN CROCZRIZSI Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers ThrelkeldsTTP- TODATB GROCERY I WmiNGs OLD STAND 1 f Goods Delivered Free 11fEATSClinton ISTelepltone 74 t HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS rBuilding f I Material ROUGH AND DRESSED lUMlf BEN1 s 1 and Windows Shingles C 1 IIDors Builders and Cement Hardware Paints Oils etctt r 1 ESTIMATES UHEKKFULLV FURX1SHEII It t2 TEED STUFFS r 4 Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc trt I tIt Call and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS IspAI3iIsrz1 D 1853 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Sncce i or to n C lUnuge ttecM Marble and Granite Monuments v OURBING STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING cicl Siclsmaxi ISy TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FA RMINGTIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE Tho Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to iinduce a good class of immigrants to ststtlo in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage tho attention ManufacturingSites solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every pa9sThemauagenient all persons who have farms tor sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale I will send a brief description of same to I Ithe railroad agent nearest them giving I prices end terms of sale The priced I must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in soiling land tb im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization atlow prices are especially wantedrJ B KILLEBREW c trHTraffc Manager ir 0 NASHVILLE TENN t- ht wWE 4 1 i r G tY 1 STATE NEWS ITEMS i itw rP BAN ON ANARCHISTS = aiovciuuiit on Foot to liiunct CKtnln tlou AcnlnKtAtlfiiiptn to Kill OniclalH lit Kentucky Covington Kj Sept 36 Already a Jegislationto kill state and national officers and Kentucky bids fair io lead nil- e states in this line Monday night the members of the Covington Young UTeus Christian association will hold n special meeting at which plans will be formulated for the passage of an anti anarehist law by the Kentucky state legislature this fall- Charles S Lambert director of the Covington V JC A is theorig inator of the idea that Kentucky be the first state to place the ban on anarchists K is proposed to secure promises fronj the democratic and Frepublican nominees of Kenton county thlrinFrankfort whirl will make anarchism n felony in the state Joseph Khinock the democratic nominee for the senate from Kenton county it 1is under stood will pledge himself to intro duce such a law OVER A GAME OF CRAPS A Terrible Trnsreily HurUii the Opon UiiK Uny of the County lulc nt lwniloii Ivy London Ky Sept 12 Opening day of the Laurel county fair was charac terized by one of the bloodiest fights In the countys history and the result is that Ed Jones a wellknown young jnan of this county is dead and Ab arty of Corhin is fatally wounded r 3iour mcnEd Jones William Underc wood Ab adand a man from Rock i castle county were engaged in a crap game v dispute arose between Early and the Itockcastlc man Jones interced ed to prevent trouble Pistols were t drawn and about a dozen shots vyere cxuhangedt 7 t t A UNIQUE SUIT t CoiitlmioiiIy i the Telephone nell limit flu t tin lIe nn MniVfel Co t Sued Telephone Cu iXqqisville Ky Sept 1A unique suet was filed Wednesday against the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph lhintiftfvfimsthnt ithad a twoline tele J esbeingng1 fects would be rendered It asserts r d that the telephone hen has been ring lug continuously when there was not U call for G01the plaintiffs number i aind that the annoyance and loss of time is worth 1000 in which sum Judgment is prayed j Loiilnvtllc Tobacco Mnrket t Xouisville Ky Sept 13The to Dacca market Thursday showed a liglitly better tone than on Wednes YolriClS on spine types were de cidedly off Little good leaf was up Colory oy gi utcsvereI improved crup r pori vlndleaie = impfovehient + aoon In all t 31 hhds were offered oo which rQl hhds were burley and t inspectiont5J3 hhds reviews 9S hhds rejections IVednesday 1S7 hhds is A Optlonml try Ilritonn t raducah Ky Sept 13n English I syndicate is reported to have oh liiincd for5x0000 an option on the t xTexns lands of the Wisdom heirs llieyare Mrs George C Wallace and IMvs W R Cnve of Paducah and firs Charles lirohston of Lexington Tlieland Vas purchased by Leujamin Visdom the millionaire Paducah lanker for 100 an acre Several oilbtliJCI have been made in iti Lead Kindly Light Covington Ky Sept 16 Special prayers were offered in the various churches throughput the city Sunday v lit respect to the late president an- dlot the preservation of the life of his X beloved and devoted wife The beau WiUful hymn Lead Kindly Light was I c also renderedl by most of the choirs 6iIUhej churches where special services there held 1 Li heatncky Icnalonem xV Washington Sept 13The follow rii repcnsioncdrrecently Original Widows eteEI la Liking Henderson S Burrilla J 3itchell llcner 12 special accrued 1 s August 29 Margaret Witten Wine I Sap 12 Mary Sweatt Drakesboro v 5 Nester A Sweeney Crooks 58 t Whippinpr tort Ott Iedll ton 1YPoliceoCourt Judge John J Riley struck the V Jit note of the curfew law when he1 thetgirlsJv the streets at night i i Heir to an KMate y Louisville JySept HAnna A AVallcy of 133 East Green street has i V 1een notified by het cousin Frank r VVeaver of Columbus 0 that she is au heir to the estate of her great 4 3raudmpther Anna M Drain of Belt 1 Efast Ireland valued at SlOOOOOO Strntteit TakeR o Frankforttt TTiankfort 1Se1t 14 Holly J truHpn the TaTcncebnrgInurd r r ret whose sentence was commuted to 1l wife impCisonmest was brought here I rankfortJlJh i t- ii P V BOONES COMPA ON i Heury Uleluirilnoii ljylie teed 112 J Year las ca Away at Day ton Ky I Newport Ky Scpt 12 In the deathof Henry Jfichmoad Sykestt which occurred at Dayton Ky 7 t ncsday there passed away not onlIthe oldest citizen of Kentucky but probably of a dozen other states Horn in 1779 his life has been almost coex tensive with that of the United States government lie has been the cotlmfporary of all the great men from 8 Washington Franklin Adams Jeffer son down to the present day lIe was born near Hull Eng While a 1 young lad he came to this country with his parents He led a sailors life for a number of years and upon the breaking out j of the tar of 18ii enlisted with the United States navyidol was assigned to duty with Commodore Perrys fleet He was with the latter at the time t of his famous victory on Lake Erie and was commended for his bravery After the war he settled in Pennsyl i vania and later emigrated to the mountains of Kentucky He was with Daniel Itoonc in many of his famous encounters with the Indians and many are the thrilling i stories which he was wont to tell of the great pioneer and huntsman After he had become too decrepit to engage in hard manual labor he as sinned the role of n ragpicker and was n familiar figure about the streets of Dayton up to within two or three 1 years since I FALL MEET NGIA rroitOMltiiin Submitted for tda t DuiiKliiNM Track nt IoulH II iKy Louisville Ky Sept 1Mr James- J Douglass the owner of the Louise trotting track returned from a trip east Thursday He said lie could not tell whether j there would be a fall mueting at the 1i track or not lh1utcl Jlrm 3 been asked to state under what conditions he 1 was wiHingr tOT lSC his track and 1- hatl made a flelimte proposition but no answer had as yet been received J- ifr Douglass inclines to the opinion that the deal will go through and in turf circles here it is understood that if fall races should Jbe arranged they would be continued indefinitely there by turning it into a winter meeting 1 RUSH TO GETJCN Mi ThotiHiiiidN of rShnres fGatttjNew JiOrleiiiiH Streijt HaiiWay llnc Are Unocal ill Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 13 Twenty three thoiLsand shares of the common stock of the i3 street railway lines in New Orleans IM the purchase and consolidation of which under one head is contemplated by Philadelphl ans Ire owned in this city These I shares rep es nlQneihtl1f of the totalii Since the announcement of the deal 11hl8l 11 cal pool of 13000 shares at 35 per share The pool is limited and no fur thcrtentries can bp hind Shot Through the Heart Hopkins ilIl Ky Sept 16 Iteuoen Haynes and John Cannon colored quarrymen quarreled Sunday morn ing over who should pay for a bucket i of beer Hnynes shot Cannon who was untried through the heart and holding the victims friends at bay with a revolver The murderer escaped the ol1cciS1rtJltl a hundred tinned Neirroes nre now searching for him Cannon is the third man Haynes has killed if+ L JVeMOirf Cina pa ny Ikiclnnond Ky Sept 1GThe l ereu OH d Gas Co i has been formed for the development of the oil fields in the southern part of thus Madison county The capital stock will be 25000 Messrs C M JJawlings and W E+ Higgiiibotham of Herea and John F White and Yo S Hnnley of this itrtare the principal stock holders Petition In Bankruptcy Hopkins ille Ky Sept HJames M and John H Rose dealers in gent ral merchandise at Pembroke have filed a petition in bankruptcy Lia bilities 6000 assets 5800 rtenolationn of Regret Eminence Ky Sept 161 mass meeting or citizens adopted resolutions of regret at the presidents death condemnation his assassin and sympathy with his widow A Pot of Silver Rod cnsvil1e Ky Sept 16A pot of Spanish silver dollars was unearthed on Mr Charles Corbitts farm in Hardin county The money was coined more than 100 years ago Want an Iitjnnetlon Louisville Ky Sept 16 Harbison Cathright whose employes struck on them recently have applied for ait injunction against Branch It Inter lUitional Order of Leather Workers to prevent it from interfering with employes iVesrroew Held Services I Lexington Ky Sept 1Fully10000 Jsegroes held a memorial meet Saturday evening and after a SII rt eulogies the entire crowdIIiug Thee jn singing Nearer My God i 4f1 G A R ENCAMPMENT Womeiin Relief Corp and thetx tlouill ltexlean tur Yeterluii Held Sctfiiloni fL aCleveland 11 veterans took first place in the fJshv tries attendant upon the Grnndtyi uThePerrys historic triumph onfjSkei Eric was fittingly celebrated fin at 5f grand parade of naval veteran o11dl- t naval display upon the lake At CentralI armory Tuesday1 uight he Union exPrisoners of wiITeJaii their 29th illlliuilt reunion ingfJir it mory auditorium was packed the doors fft i At a natal dogwatch in Grtvs armory the principal night was atilt SPlnkerIf1h of Merrimac Jon was cnthnusiastically rrccitd by the large audience President McKinleys old rcgiafpnt j the 2Sd Ohio in which heenlistCihi as a juniiiv lit Contpant G inzS JJ i and which had for its commander 1 Col Kutherford B Hayes nullher president held its annual nymioir Comnlcrefkeauditoriuni i which made the largest gatllCrDJr of I the regiment in ten years 3f Cle elaitd 0 Sept 12fhutveterans rinhantt Arnwy of the Republic iat p ngain responded to the bugl lan lad Wednesday fell into line an they veic wont to do in the dark djl oft lie civil war M It is estimated that nearly half a million people were spectators S the magnificent pageant The col inn was over analvas splendidly handled the column moving steadily and with scarcely a lntiltlinsIUHlCleveland 00Sept 13lhl firSt day of the national conventions the Grand Army of the Iepubli was taken up with the reading of the re- portswbythe oonunanderiiftihiefi riljutant general chaplain nail the various committees J CommanderinChicf Uassicujt inn arryignedPenstnui j ministration of the affairs oCfthe pension bureau His complaml exit braced alleged unfairness and de j reliction of duty in ottiee pnator Hawley announced his intention of hymram ttttnck made uWiCaiI- Jt r l IWJVI11l Her presMl the st tOnndfwl hitHi voillllljiSllMljj- fto if rectify any existing evils in time and counseled moderation in the race 9 The Womans Relief corpssfliixil iaryto the Grand Army Iiclrt that 5w first scataYon of their annual coW ofthc+ lion of the reports of other national officers and of the various committees consumed the first days session The National Mexican War V ter ans association at its session Tlryrs 3iJeiiersonrrs t 1CIttlnndinvention of the 35th annual encamp ment of the Grand Army came ton 110fi11lpcnclin jpccAidenifcast a Jsnadbxv iovcrthc pro ceedings and it was consequently 5lt cided to proceed with thee election of officers and to refer all other im portant business of the session to the incoming council of adruinsfra tionGen cwtitrSwtthdrew his nome nia can didate commantlcrinchiefe before the nominations were made ComnideAyers of Delaware moved the nomination of Gen il1mosl1 Stewart of Pennsylvania Gl1l Gobiu seconding t I Gov Vaii Sant of Minnesv aplaced JjidgeJiil Torrancc in UM nation- Jlcy1jrranectote stggd4ijjoStew Ytgitctlmocdthat favor of Torrance The mojiSn was ea MOtherSenior Vice Commander101111 Mc J CI1unioODonnell Illinois I 1 ThrallCincinnatiCincinnatiCh1laininChiefllcr ti L1CBoyht1eitnsylvania The ladies of the Ciram rmy of the Republic elected the foifowin of coficerj President Mrs Emma Wan Law tSeniorWntborate San Francisco ill Junior Vicerresidcnt Jerufjci Ilar cell Kentucky jlj Treasurer Annie Michcner Ger mntown Pa- Chaplain JS Lavinia Brained Netv York jj Council of Administratibf Ttach acl Doran Pittsbnrg Paj rary T Ilagen Chicago Olive Allison Rich mond lad f Treasury Statement Washington Sept lX TIursdaycf statement of the treasuryia ces jn the general fund exclusivehof th 150000000 gold reserve innhe divis ion of Redemption shows 4ltnilabl coah balance S1S321435U Gold116 9f34V 4 Lat ew tbCIChHIt New York Sept IsSjntiniate friends of ilr 1dwanl hell member of the banking aajif broker agehouse of Bell Co learnedI t seaInf 1t lytI BRITISH NEWSPAPERS The Foreign Policy of President Roosevelt Discussed Daily CJrniihlc Siiyn Roosevelt Ocean iiltn n tlnre roivtrful oNltiuu TIiuii Any Sovereign AVIth lo isxeeptlonw London Sept 17 Further famil tartly with tin idea of Mr IJoosovtlt S president iis having its natural result in diswipatinsf doubts enter tined as to the effort of his fliiccts lion upon the foreign polity of the United States At any rate it is becoming generally conceded In Great ritain that the United States have obtained a president of great distinction of character The expression of Ijj policy Suiidny is the subject of general comment pointsoutStates occupies n more powerful po sition than any sovereign in Christ en iloni with the possible exception of the German emperor and the coIr of Utissia sums up his policy as that of a sane imperialist devoted to the advancement and glory of his ennui try without wronging others The Morning Post in an editorial fcnys He iis the personification of the younger generation of Americans who are looking forward rather than dreaming of the past He iis a man who seems nude to be a lender of his countrymen in the new time which began with the war with Spain lie will be a president of great initiative devoted to the national rather than to the party ideal This journalI says thatno nationt ever came to maturity without at tempting to assert itself as one if not the ffirst of the governing powers of the world In conclusion the Morning Post recommends Great Britain to try to appreciate the American ideals in stead of lecturing Americans on their diplomatic methods The Daily Mail says The United Stales hate a great niui at their tread11e may expect with confi dence that Mr1 Roosevelt Will be a moderating unit not an exasperating influence THE YACHT RACES ContostH bur Anierltras Cup AVII1 Take 1laeir Scplvnilicr 2U raid US natal October 3 mind 5 New York Sept 1Tlftcr n per feet ly harmonious meeting Monday at the 3Cew York Yacht club lasting nearly two hours between the liner leas eiin committee and the fcipr hbtttiiterIf the Royal Ulster Yacht hlbh G Sherman Crawford Its vice commodore Hugh C Kelly secretary and Ho M McGildowney it was decided that as n mark of re peer to the memory of the late president the date of the first race fur the Americas cup should be ehanget to Thursday September 20 The suc ceeding raves are to follow according to the original plan so that they will he sailed Saturday September 2S Tuesday October I Thursday October and Saturday October 5 SCHOOL BOYS STRIKE They Declared They Would Sot At tend School Until After Kinicral of trexldeiit McKinley New York Sept 1Thc boys of the First ward public school in Long Island City announced Monday that they would not attend school until after the funeral of President Me Kinley anti when the school pin cipal said he could not suspend the sessions the boys declared n strike TIll older boys not only refused to enter the class rooms hut prevented the smaller children front entering the school house They gatheredl in groups in the vicinity of the school Unilding and drove nutty tin small boys who wanted to enter it They continued these tactics until it was necessary to send a squad of police to disperse them- Calliniun I in the Yard Toledo 0 Sept 1G Toledo Ohio Central train No 201 collided with a Michigan Central excursion train bound from Detroit to Indianapolis in the Cincinnati Hamilton fc Dayton yards here at 110 Monday morning Fireman V Itydtnnn of Lima of the Michigan Central train and John Gil lespie of Detroit a passenger were injured but not fatally o great damage was done to either train Anarchy Condemned Chattanooga Tenu Sept 161- mass meeting of 5000 citizens was held in the Auditorium here Sunday TO pay tribute to the memory of President McKinley The addresses strongly condemned anarchy and de inanded enactment of stringent laws on the subject A committee of five was appointed to attend time presidents funeral Live Stock RxchaitRC to Clone Chicago Sept ITAt a meeting oi the directors of the Chicago live thateThe Union stock yards Chicago Thurseday out of respect to the lute Prcsi dent McKiuley Memorial Sleeting in Cleveland Cleveland 0 Sept 17Two thou memorialsmeeting in the chamber of commerce auditorium Monday night Resolution offering sympathy to Mrs Me Kinlev ft RELIABLE ==== =R B BREVARDr Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is o ei edata ONE PRICE and that the very lowesUhe market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS I1EPRE8ENTED ROOFING A SPECIALTY x v Y IIllBMlrt IARIerr HlCKMAN KENTUCKY z Capital Stock paid in50 WO Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Perm Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by they 4 Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JO1P SON Ci befU A HOLUOMBE Vicepresident S AMBERG Aast GaibierJt a HlCKMAN WAGON Cfv 7 lANUFACTOEEBS alt THE CELEBRATE 1 EIQZ Atf WAGtOtfS i110IIiCKMAN KENTUOKY KimmPOWIRHEIlLTH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for ail SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles a ep rc rlc r tiim THEY NEVER FAIL Ko matter how hopeless the cafe Bran ma seem Astonishing and quick re iiyerlulandE Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restring Lost Vital Ity naturally and are the product of the latest most trmaucntlr He rvo Tab ets skillful and learned JCarch In 11 and1 different from other rcme Heso time clans atena edlca rood t2 mndlear icatron er i BiCII Thtpacl to unJ C g every time used They begin nt the seat of the disease and act on the andandandWOMENImpotency NIght Losses Verlcoceie bad etreetsof Tobacco Whfkey i Tired Feeling Sleeplessness Nervous Debility Indigestion Constipation DIzzIness Vertigo 5t Vltus Dance Nenous Headache Backache Trembling Numbness Lost Power and all such c0tadt will bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add pleasure to life We could ctvc Thous ands of Testimonials but your best way is to try them Wo refund the mout y if a euro In not nlrlCtcd STry them and If you want It you can have your money back just for the asking Price SOc a box of ten dAYs treatment Sixi coxes tro Ceeurely scaled lpmall Postage Ftamps taken same as cash Address THE NERVO REMEDY CO 358 west Jefferson StLouisvllle Ky Sole Agents for the United States Sold by Cowgill do Cowgill The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers toTexas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route- is j that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter than other routes Ibj Jt Jhis saving in distance 15makesf a corresponding sav tJIme Zy I Cotton Belt trains any Putlmin G CarsGt7 both day and night Write and leH us where you ve s golnt and when you wit leaver and x we will tell you the exact cost of tefa tkktt and send you a cemplet C schedule for the trip WI wI atso 1 send you an interesting Sine boot 9 VA Trip to Texas Jt 351l1UN T P CIIIt I- Nl I LW ItaitA IL4Pa1T SU bIQl4A yj Leaves ChIcago at 83U pm daily YlaTM CHICAGO iA1LWi Arriv St Paul at 750 a m Minna lisatt30a0 m t TIN Oily rrct Try iatlllWIrW d 7 BIO RAILROAD IMPROVEMENT A uniqUe xcursion was recently arrangedby the Union Pacific ltajjroad About 8ixty company newtIaper men representinghe leading journals of werelnvlteddievisionpurposengineeringachleveme lineIateCUI1Sleepers a diningcar dravnby of the engmestructedonofthe10urteOne J them3047HIPvariediuimumdegrceScurvatureLiasentirelyA achaxnfeetthroughriverencountered engagedingreatUnionandOgdeneliminatedOverhndchannelWIthoutinterruptionMillions reducettraigl1tenJng andTharonehalftheanglesarsu periority of these changes is apparent to thepractical railroaden alJI theIo traveler m the increased speed the trains can make- The new line runs due west from Buford 4 gradefromand1tlie big tunnel eroses the talk Inll at a grade of less than onehalf 431 feet over mountain altitude lineisrequired in the conutruition of immense lugetunrontructionandLaramieof 500000 cubic yards of material onethird of which excavationoerroOOOToo much credit for this work cannot be theUnionThe excursion was replete with many in hosjrevelation The newspaper men evinced particularly1 AgentJom3xGrmln i DrTilliiK lit Katnrpat j c r IsEfhdlDjtour engagement will not prove to be a mere Bummer ubterfugeS rejornedtheten what effect frost will have on such things Chicago Daily News 3lnfcleaYou loc- I nitelDforyouHunyoung girl jTaB far iis I am concerned yotir lace xnanuscripLBaitiinoreL JI r f c v CareleiiM John IKrought this milk backraid thean lJrcefourthsJohn said the milkman sternly to his onf who TvasTjfita hding near did you give tlie cows a drink before 3OU milked em this morningOiiio State Journal- S S IIV1deziIng the Hrrneli 1 wish you and Slay would bmefriends again rf said the wouldbe peace Tiiaker Wel1laid Pay f shell make up I will II told her you had said that nnd tlieRiul 1hc idea Its easy for ler 1 never saw her ivhen she wasnt ma- devpIetroit Free Press t p To Prevent Diphtheria UseHoksies Croup Cure 3 nausca50cts 1 p Happy isi the man who cant borrow troubleCbicago Daily Xew- spUTNA3frADELESSDYES t are the 5brightest fastest and easiest to use p A gay deceiver is never gay long Atchi con GlobeS 10 OO OtJGliSSHOES fCS10S MADE ForMore Than aQuarter of aCentury The reputation of W L Douglas 300 end S35O shoes for style comfort and atVthese prices This excellent reputation baa WIsDoulaaSboMbavG totfve better satisfaction than other 530O and 350 shoes because his- reputation for the beat S300 and S350 shoes must be maintained The standard- has always been placed so high that the wearer receives more value for his money in the W Ii Douglas 300 and S36O shOes than he can get elsewhere nnd350JW L Douglas 9400 Gilt Edge Line- cannot t s equalled at any price t 1I J IUlzr WI300 and 35 kiar ad 1 N aan ipa Matha d lit 5 IMfI a- ak MHa tt tc- 6old by the best shoe dealers cverywher- IHIIL upon havlnc WLDour1a ahOC- tUk BIUDI and price stamped on bottom ow to rder yXailt w L Iug1aJ bo are ot old Ii your IDwn1md order direct to tof7 Shoe nI lU11Wllfnt on receipt of price n4= isad4aonaIfororrtage- M- toIi cutomdrtiiieniUU1rn1eTCU a1rihatwiItequaI and r umedesioiinMyIettsaad- V O wear Tau meuorrmeMi or 0 tout aa IIIoW1l oluRlkl Itlle sjIedeired llzeaartwtdtk S 4LJetMeiLe4ur 1 L La UJI Wn- i 1 ROOSEVELTS CONVERSION I i Tilt StrrlluoUII Vice rtJllhltut leRrnll SometliiiiK Tlint May Iu lllni Good Vice President Roosevelt Jsntrange being and time and ambition Is rapid- Ly tuning him to more ttvrnpera4e ac tion In word and dved Ills lat 6t eon Ylr lt ion is thus described by t2ie Washington Times It is gratifying to observe thut Vile President Rooe velt is becoming coiiscrvuUvcnit least In speech In hb address at St Paul he declared that it is both foolish and undignified to indulge in undue self glorification and above all in 1 oOil t tongued denunciation of other people In brief that ve should bemoderateof speech and always say just what we mean This is eminently right and it affords pleasure to bear witness that Mr Roosevelt has learned something since the close of the Spanish r One df the first things he did after the end of the conflict walot to writea book and such was the tone of selfconsciousness pervading that it made him a subject of ridicule all over the country not merely with his political op ponents but with the more thoughfnl members of his own party Porn year or two lie paraded up and down the country clad in a rough riders uniform which was intended to be a standing advertisement of his gresut deeds in war He even wore the rough riders lint when he attendedithe Phil adelphia convention nut Mr Roosevelt capped the cli max of his strenuousneKs when us the vice presidential of his party lit opened the campaign last year in the same city of St Paul where he now so earnestly counsels modera tion in the use of language In that opening speech he declared that the democratic party stood for dishonor at home and cowardice abroad Demo crats were dishonest because they ad vocated the free coinage of silver and cowards because they ventured to differ from the administration in regard to its foreign policy Mr Roosevelt politil31 ror He lumped them all together and stigmatized them as dishonest anti cowardly And he did this in the fact of the fact that there were many silver men and antiimperialists I in the republican party He was called down for it quickly and sharp ly and thenceforth during the cam paign he pitched his music in a lower 1 key Ami now he return to the seine city and in a subdued tone he tells the people lion wise it is to be mod crate in speech It was peculiarly fitting that he should do this in the city of St Paul for the name is strikingly suggestive of miraculous eon versions In Mr Roosevelts ease however it can scarcely be cnll d a conversion He bus simply been learnhigsonietlring That is all SOME OBVIOUS TRUTHS A TriiKt ncueflelnry AVliu IN Afrnld- Ciitiibliif PruiIiiolN Will lie 1Vre IUteil The popular demand that the products of the trusts placed upon the i free list is giving considerable trouble to tile republican brethren They eon defeat any revision of the tariff in the next congress but if the popular feeling againetthe protection ofihe trusts is not appeased they fear the effect on the elections next year This as hon ijwhat the New York World says Congressman Grosvenor viewing home politics from the judicial dis tanee of a London hotel finds peril to the republican party audits matchless policy of protection in the insidious heresy that tariff schedules on trust made articles should be repealed Of course says he the schedules are of no benefit to the trusts because they can manufacture more cheaply titan the foreigner To repeal them would be to destroy the independent Amer fran manufacturer as he cannot pro three so cheaply as the foreigner lint he fears that many voters in the ex citement of political discussion will overlook these obvious truths There is grave reason for thinking Mr Grosvenors fears well founded Misguided voters may say Then the trust can manufacture more cheaply than ilu independent American manu facturer That meant that tit trust will wipe him out anyhow will give foreign markets the exclusive benefit of cheap production will use the tariff to rob usVCOMMENTS OF THE PRESS It is significant that all the great educators and professors of learning the best thought of the country feels called upon to criti else the administration for the new policy it is forcing on the country When the Cubans ask to be an nexed to the United States the demo cratic party will warmly welcome them Will the republicans do as much or will the trusts that are in lereHted in keeping out Cuban prod tiets rule their policy as usual I I The claim that republican rule j i brjngs prosperity to agricultural workers is dispelled by the statistics I ikued by the agricultural depart 1 Hient which show that the highest I wages paid to agricultural laborers I was In 18CG and the lowest in 1S71 the latter ivlIenVthe repulilicauK had I enjoyed a long lease of power The ship building trnst is don I ing in on Uncle Sam the purchase of I the Bethlehem Steel company by Morgan Co will vInce the manufacture Of armor plate for our warships I in tine hands of one set of men and competition will fcbe ejimjnajuvd The United States will now liavFTfo pay ort1113nufuurefI i i v- I NECESSITY OF FREE TRADE I In Order in Ileeoine n World 1ower tile CliJiieHe Wiill MUM Come flown The proud boast of the imperialists that the United States is now a world power and not hemmed in by the con fines of one continent will if true also exact other reorganisation of policies The protectionists will find that the fabric of the tariff they have weaved with so much care and trouble cannot exist under the flag rile imperial pol1 of a world power icy of political and commercial ex pansion may fill their souls with joy but it will not till their pockets unless they are willing to abate to a great- extent the protection they have granted to favored interests and monopolies A world power must allow its own markets to be invaded hiyoth er nations or they will close their doors for the protection of their special pets and commercial expansion is at once put a stop to There is only one way to force trade with for I eigners and that is to take posses sion of the desired country as we have Porto Rico und the Philippines give them free trade with us antI a prohibitive tariff against others Are the imperialists who ore also the protectionists ready and wilting to go this far If not theymust resign the world power business and re sume the Chinese wall that they have ereoted to keepout foreign product Of course in spite of tariffs there wil be sonic trade if Europe wants bread stuffs is famishing for it niuUhey can buy it here cheaper and better that from sonic other country that has a surplus timid the tariff against each country as the sonic the wheat or flour will be purchased to feed their people A world power must be willing to with all na trade on favorable terms Ions or enter on the other alternative of forcingtrade by the power of armies and naviesSAs trade today is entirely a matter of dollars awl cents the trusts and beneficiaries of the protective tariff having time home market want the foreign market also and they win lie quite willing to see the balance of us fight and obtain it for them It iis for the people to say if they shall have their way or it time tariff woll shall be lowered even if time trtut tire hurt and a fair trade with other nations may be inaugurated Time alter native of fighting they surely will not indulge In for they would how to do both fighting and paying ONE SIDED PROSPERITY There I Out 1C I ml fur the People mill Another tar tilt Tnx- Collector Last faM when the hired spellbinders of llanna were carryingi11 t111 Huniui instructions to claim that Jie greatest prosperity in tilie iifetory of the coun try had been brought about by the ad ministration of President McKinley there was one HeiHeldof Chicago who was especially loud on prosperity and short on veracity The exposure of this hired orator is brought about by the hiquisrUon of the Chicago tax com mission wihiuh is trying to make these prosperity howlers pay their shore of taxes which from time context iQiey seem very loath to do so The Chicago News thus tells the story Both reviewers and assessors laughed today over an interview with SJ Klein rep resenting loseph Hieiield Co who tried to get a reduetion of the firms nKsessmenl on the ground it was loSing moRley everyday The two hoards sat- In joint session When Mr Klein was in the witness chair to plead time cause of hard times for the manufacturing firm he represents a smile spread over the face of Assessor Grayrho inno cently tusked How about those pros perity speeches made by MrI lUifield in Central music hall last fall during NIt campaign in which lie asserted that last year was the greatest year of prosperity he had ever had in his business 1 Mr Kleiii was taken off his guard for lie lund flushed saying the firm hind lost money all of last year and that it was losing more this year The reference to his partners publifKtatements to the contrary staggered him Well he stammered you mustnt take a mans political argu ments too erLousl- yPROFIThBLE BUSINESS hat I Shown b the nlllortM or tiLl Truiit CuiiipimleH uf Xetv Yurlf The profits of sonic corporations are enormous and yet they pay but a very small proportion of the taxes for the support of the government The tariff tax does not touch them and the in ternal revenue tax to a very small degree The Xew York Herald publishes a staysThe1 of the 40 trust companies doing business in New York city for time six months ended July 1 are 44lper cent yearThetheir report with the state banking department this week The Central Realty Homl Trust company rc ports profits for the six months of 705nS9 on 1000000 tOhitflland also jirofit Life Insurance Trust company made profits of 58I074S on a capital of 1 000000 or SIG per cent The Canti nentals profits were CO per cent the Fifth Avenues Ci per cent the Unit ed States Mortgage T ust companys 4i1 per cent and the Title Guarantee t Trust coenpany 37 per cent of its capitalI This means that the whole of their is year2osuch liberal ontrbutjpns to the Han ia lm i1f i tt IlIoraee sever Did froutj0eea I h LeliecerIS tilerr7tIhe i lesson that day included poem 41f cozy05nd laledrtdenara distlndeduddJ thinkofl1iji youthiI nevernheOtWd51 Times p Aiutrnllnu Mails llevord Trip leftAmadealtedofdocumentafornhewasLTptit on board the steamer Ventura It ifagaiitVbuhjtOceanicStatnhipYr4iap Philadelphia The trip across the formertmhaving specialfaqtrainshinej Union Pacific and Chicago Burling z dChicagomaiItrauii of the Lake Shore and New York fcngItof upgnd attached to one of the fastest en ktraiicuI1dfawas j fccions by the New York Central with theo intwas AtIewas to t regularmn15 sItilldayi shorter time than ever beforetI iiIIfe Muprndoaa lroilemuaoSmith What makes so many peopleJcrazy to get into tlocietrfoIivnVelI what m many outrbetroitFrBiff Forgery of ltallrun TlekeJJ Asa result of the arrest on August 15 of a ticket brokers concern at St Louis J giganticthehrokcu I immense number of tickets and passes found 1 It was almost impossible to plate an esti Ii recoyeredhutit50000 would be a conservative figure Jt isIbelieved that many oi the tickets and paseu were forged I Fcalperlhatialreadyof fraudulent inaniinilation and forgery ofr oInumerous the public should take pains to Sec ihat their tickets are purcliaseJ only transportationlineiitrouble to the passcnpcr and assures him tbatthe railroad tickets purchased are v lidand will be honored as printedEx chat ge i iAn Overfloi jrSt Financier Arc you getting much j btfof that new oil IIIi ycona Financier Are we About 50UC subscnptwnsjncinnnti 0 j AVInconiiln Farm Land obtainedI theIjphirago price and on very favorable teruu Wisconsin iis noted for its fine crops excellent j markets and healthful climate Why Tent a farm when ynu can buy one I11I1Cn Cheaper than you can rent and in a few yrors it vill be your own property For particuI rjgentt ray Chicago fti Perhaps the man you think is a fool thinks DailyXevvNewsdo not believe Pisos Cure for Con ump uon has ion equal for coughs and colds John F Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb il5 1900Why f t dont you let folks advise you They enjoy it Washington la Democrat t Check Cold and Bronchitis with Hale S Honey of Horehound and Tar I Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute TIIK JIAIIKETS Cincinnati Sept 16- CAITLEComnnion 2 50 1ff 35Extra butchers 4 60 t6t 500 CAIriS Extra 6 25 t C 30 HOGS Select shippers C 85 Tt 6 DO Mixed packers 6 50 ti 6- SlIEEPExtra SO 3 39 LAMBS Extra 4 15JL1 75 FLOUR Spring pat 3 15 WHKATXo 2 red 72 J v72 COllXXo2 mixed s OATS Xo 2 mixed Th 31 4 YHAYChPORK Fatnilv r13 50 LARD Steam i9 23 BUTTER Ch dairy ft 12 Choice creamery m 2- 2A1PLISper brl 1 50 Th 2 00 POTATOES 3 75 r1 85 Sweet Potatoes 2 15 jff 2 23 TOBACCO Xew 8 05 f 955 Old 11 25 t13 00 i ChicagoV FLOUR Win patent 3 50 3 60 WHEAT Xo 2 red 70i40V2X6 3 spring j1r GS 612OXisc0 2 RYE Xo 2 55 55y l lOIVe5s 14 70 1147- jlAItUStearn 9 55 9 57 4r t New Yor- kILoPltVjii patent 350 3 SO GYOUXSo2 hAln 2 mixed tt 3- SRYEiWesttru j il COVi POlKVFanujIyV 1675 17 00 IARD Steam H 9 72 jfi 9 85 Ilnltlmore 4Southern1 ACORXGiy4OAT4XoPri1LEJ Butchers 5 00 5 25 1IOUS Western G 75 6 SO LonUvllle VUEATNo 2 red c 7- 1CO1No 2 mixed CW 59 OATSXo 2 mixed 37- POflKMess 13 00 1 hQTStenm 9OJ oj luillonapoll WHEAT Xo 2 red 0 CORX Xo 2 mixed 55 OATS XO 2 mixed VVV C1i JJl SiI VVS tVI CATARRH OF KIDNEYS Quickly Develops Into Brights Disease PERUNA CURES CATARRH WHEREVER LOCATEDn John Herziger son of Alderman Her iger of Neenah Vis and Vice Presi i ent of the Neenah Young Mens Club in a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio the ollowingAfler suffering for two years with trouble received relief and a ure from using your wonderful mcdi J ne Peruna iiJ i J For montIs 1 was unable to work iI n account of a severe pain In my back I and when I was able to do anything I was In pain and distressed most of the I timeIiI i uits people had obtained through j theIIIII se of Peruna I determined to give i and It was a lucky day for me I when 1 did so I am well now and It nly took a few bottles of Peruna ohn Herziger 307 Commercial street Wis Two years suffering with catarrh of the kidneys unable to work on account of the severe pain could find no relief from medicine gave Peruna a trial and was promptly cured such was the ex perience of John Herziger of Wiscon sin This experience has been repeated many times Xot only in Wisconsin but in every state in the Union It was indeed a lucky day fr this young man when his attention was called to Pe runa What would have been the re To unr Httio irlrJ who will send Ul lOconu totfCtbiT wiil I to natuur R 6 nml mldrcsns of tt liltle frlrolwe will send ixisliiahl one of orcurt HiBY HOIIS ART FABRIC MILLS Doimrtiueiit C C DOLLS 4O White Nlrcrt VI JUlt Live Stock GutsWe wilt furnish duplicates of Live Stock SpecImenShookA N KEIIOGO NKWSlAIEH CO 335 West iUfth Sireet Cincinnati O utant re PILESAIIAKESISVILEH address Tribe one bulictcr New VorK SALESMENCompetlht to and aprebU sell lCDnI oral tore trade Address bTAXIMUD MANU KACTCKINU COMlANV Dccatur ilL None but Uralclass men who can give a bond treed apply rinia TREES best by Ttri7T YEARS I LAitcrsT KOIKTJ 1 K CIT CASH j WANT MOKE 806I1IIJlI1IPAY Weekly STARK BRO Loolilui Mo DtMTiUeN YEle t EDUCATIONALTHE College of Dental Surgery Ianllll losics Large Clinics Catalogues for eson opening Oct I 1901 on application o a JDNKCKMAX M U V O H Dean 2U1 West Court Street Cincinnati Ohio 1850 Chartered 1901 LOCUST DUE ACAUKMV Ideal school forboyi Cssls W ii iIiitgs IrlalAutPsi Ta p of of Buffalo N Y June write to toll you how much Cascarcts Candy Cathartic hare done for me In the Past rear and you may send any oral of the peopleJ ofWestern rew York to roc and use my name as strongly as you wish for I know that they have saved ray life I had sn injury 10 my spine nnd the spinal cord was hurt and of course was jiaralyed from time hips down The doctors could not move my bowels sylo that that theyWould never move again andonc p I the doctoti tnv own cousinan army surgeon raid a syringe not be used on account of the large bone being broken and bad and they also said that I could net live fix months if that Ionjr Well Iliants to God and your candy cathartic I sit here four years later in my wheel chair and write this to you I can walk for five minutes on qUCChlS and say that your Cascarets have saved my life cud with old Mother Natures help arc curing inc 1 have used one lOc box a wrek for two and onehall years But in y case is one in 100000 to recover at all and 1 had the best of doctors too all say ins the same thing no hope But efoolcd them all this lime GcVrgeW HtrciraanW Boyd Stn Buffalo NY suit had he continued suffering on and fooling away precious time with other remedies no man can tell But itisalSttost certain that it would have ended in incurable Wrights disease of the kidneys which sooner or later would have proved fatal leruna is a sure cure for incipientSBrighta disease of the kidneys Taken in the early stages of this disease itcures permanently Brights disease always begins with catarrh of the kidneys Peruna cures catarrh wherever locatedSCongressman VunlihruiT Rtutemcnt Congressman J II Bnnkhead of Alabama one of the most influential members of the House of JRepresenta tives in a letter written from Washington D C gives his indorsement to T the great catarrh remedy Peruna in the following wordsSYour Peruna Is one of the best medicines 1 ever tried and no family should be without your remarkableSremedy As a tonic and a catarrh euro 1 know of nothing betterJ Jf Bankhead Samuel Jl Sprecher Junior Beadle Court Angelina No 3422 IO 0 F 205 High St Los Angeles Cal writes I came here a few years ago suffering with catarrh of the kidneys in search of health I thought that the climate would curt me but found that I was mistaken but what the climate could not do Peruna could and did do Seven weeks trial convinced me that I had the right medicine and 1 was then a well man I know of at least twenty friends and members of the lodge to which T belong who have been cured of catarrh bladder and kidney trouble through the use of Perina and it has u host of friends in this city Samuel R Sprecher If you do not derive prompt and results from the use of Pe runa write at once to Dr Hartman giving a lull statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartinan President ot TheHartmanSanJtarjmfolumbusO lfMDRf ThAN HALF ACENTURyf OFEXPERIEKCa AND OUR GUARANTY A i Acc or eVEnv- WATRRCO OD1 SLICKEROR BEA8IN5TH15TRAPEMAH OWER A Ll5J Z Is 0 ON SALE EVERTWHWC A KWARE IMITATION JV11 apa9etIsH r5Rol AJTOWERCOBOSTONMA55 4i f i iI I V READERS 0 TillS PAPKIt l DKSIU1NO TO lilY AKYTIJUiO I I ADVKKT1SEI IN ITS COLUMNS i SHOULD INSIST UPON UAV1NQ WUATTIIBY ASK FOtl UttlnJSINO I ALL SUlteriTUTKa OK IMITATIONS I i a e- Cu w MiasBest Cough Syrup TwteaOood UM ID time Sold by drogglttn tt- A N KE 1883 riIRN WRITING TO ADVKKT1MKKJ piCaSe state that rom saw ihc AdvcrU M Mt l tkU paper i MIRACLt Ut IOIJAIS The Wonderful Stories of Two PeoSpie Saved from Horrible DeithSI iIt probably never occurred before that two people horribly afflicted in entirely different ways and living far apart were miraculously rescued from the very jaws of death by the same means and almost at the same time The stories George Herniman of Buffalo and Mrs George W Sharp of Washington Kan read like the wonders Divine interference Let them tell their experience in their own plain truthful language HSpccIalI could Cascarcts sat- Isfactory Washington Kan June lSpeclallllaconstipation of the worst nature for yrs McdSicine had no effect utxjn my stomach da y stomach was in sucha condition from pergatives that I could not take food 1 was taken to a hoj pital and mybowels were operated upon fer cen stipallon I did not get any better going throncfe that terrible operation My bowels were deadSno action at rilland tim doctors gave me op I could not at anything but sialebread and water literally star vine to death Lost over 100 poead and was a living skeleton fftcrtryingevcrylhiegSelse I gave Cascarcts a trial not tltiaU th rSwould help mc But they did right away 1 commenced to cat and sleet and from that tin I couldSget out of bed and then got so 1 could go oat tiding something I had not done for over three years Now Ido all my WlIrk My inimk just marvel they say they never saw such a mtracw 1Stell them Cascarets did Itand they all want chem I weighed W pounds when 1 commeBCca t5kiH tCaecarcts and now I weigh 170 2drLCeCrgeiVStiarpV No one should wait until such a terrible affliction comes upon him or her but use Cascarets always to keep the bowels and internal organs gently and natur ally active All druggists sell Cascarets the sweet aro matic nevergriping candy cathartic lOc 25c 50c a box r UWU1tt tr1 = ft THE ASWMi a aadikcfaeU5kkLS saaqme 01 CASCARETS kids Joa buyS 555- Address STERLING REMEDY CO Cbicagq and New York A t b