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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y- S I 1 a t- 7r10 k t THE HICKM N t COURItvE mbTt r JI 7 OLDEST NEWSPAPER 33SS ESTEIlISr KBISTTTJOEZTT N044I iiiI I A j f 1 If tI L 0 A GREATER 1 a I DISPLAY I t S Than Ever Before i o t iK i s- R 1 S r I TUESDAY t YJ J i r = r h 1 c f r t f1 OCTOBER 1- I I t Jr r it WE WILL4 t c f r t I I ii = 0- i i I i I ri i c i fi b S oltI B SHA WS SONS 1 f II f 1 f h I J- of r r s- r 1LiiiiiciTANDI I i II illI1 I I NashvilleTuesday I iniownJi 1 The greatest display of the season atIhaws on Oct 1 Roy McKinney of Paducah was in Iscity Sunday EmbroideriesExcellent WSIAnarchistsin rsBrance agents call bad risks i suukIear Now Madrid last Thursday I IBOARDING Good nice boarding house centrally located Apply to i line M J FARIS readingtheobtnary IlOapt HA Tyler received a consign Intent of Government fish from Wash MS iron beenMondayII K Hickmaa this week I atISHAWS j Start right by calling the new Presi aj thejt theBend 1j pn dividing some llUldst1Rudolph Wrier has been visiting rel aloes in New York State and taking itfthe Pan American Exposition 1 ii Latest Styles in Mats andtt pricesil1 OJ1 The 7th Ky Confederate Regiment is itovhave a reunion at Mayfield Oct 10I Al exConfederates invited I Capt Hbnry Buchanan attended theIrabmon of the Orphan Brigade in Lou 3 i119oThe next annual meeting oc franklinrI ckAt T B rfvisit Shaws Opening riifo cIfffjou want a pleasant physic try rncTtfw remedy Chamberlains Stom ach Tablets They are easy to take and pitMwint iu effect Price 23 cents Sam jilfs Ire at Cowgills drug store LOOK IVa have 503 mens youths and chit drous hats that we will sell at 25c to 160 apiece marked to sell at COc to S3 J R Bitowx CopI The Chicago anarchists have been I connectI ing them with the assassination of Prey I ident MoKinlpy Mrs Martha Ilnbbard of May HeldI Ia sister of Mrs K Case of Hickman died at the family home in Graves couty last week She was known as t a good noble christiam woman LOOKt tWe have ono thousand pairs mens la dies and childrens Shoes that we willI sell at 25c to l150 u piar marked to sell at 60c to iI J R BROWN Co Mr Walter Blantou of Crystal and MISH Pearl Rood of this city were marfnod Sunday at 9 a m at the s ofllciatingMBlanton r CrystalDomocrttI IHickman merchants encouraged by I their largely increased trade this yea we learn have bought much larger an manyyearsI leadership with the enterprise of former flaysEddie I countyyoungTuesday charged with passing a worth loss note on the First National Bank of Fulton The young man is said to I be of a good family So says the Fnl ton Leader bythecondition of Leon Czolgosz President McKinleys assassin Though no offi oral announcement has been made it is claimed that tho insanity plea will not be interposed by the attorneys for the defense of the trial which began in tho New York Supreme Court in Buffalo at 10 oclock Monday morning Largest and Best Line School Shoes al the Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR CompanysFloating nightlastaudience The entertainment was strictly moral and first class in every particular and was pronounced by many as the best of the season Good music daring acrobatic feats and the fine performing of the artists were I pronounced by all as being excellent This show will be long remembered andI annuallyHOUSE RENT 1 Dwelling House 7 rooms Moulton St Old Hickman W A DODDS f rt iI l t rrI a 5 JI m rrr tl1 A P4b COME AND SEETHE l l J NEW GOODS Jt IJI 1 NOW OPENEDlI 1- lt J i r IIJI br JI j bIJ I 11 I r IX r L Ii flf T r b L I SUNDAYS MATRIMONY I OampbeUSunday and were married at 1030 a m while they sat in the city bus just access State Line on the Tennessee byRevchurch Leader TRUSTS IN EUROPE Some time ago the State Department eullod on our consuls m Europe and 6n some special agents appointed for the purpose for information on the subject of trusts Their replies were published merooutlinooCthefilled 137 printed pages of the ftwarcoyyar IQ rte is note 1i 11 I4 HEALTHY CONDITIONS It is natural that the commercial re ports for last week should show that but little business of importance had been transacted throughout this couu try The people of the United States devoted the week to memorial thought of the dead President It is also natural that the sumo re orts should point out the truth that this slackening of the volume of Amer ican trade was due to repression not to depression There WHS not at any time Ihs faintest menace of a commercial and industrial paUlO or of troy serious dis turbance of business The situation in the world of trade was eminently healthful Business in this country will sumo its full flow Public confidence in tho stability of our Government war rants public confidence to a continued prosperity There is to be no unsettle- ment of existing conditions Active business operations may be resumed at the point where they were suspended out of respoct to the memory of the late President McKinley In tho worlds of financef commerce industry and agri culture all signs ore favorable The showing of next weeks reports should bo of the most gratifying description atrVSd TILE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is tho question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC Is not as cheap as it is possible to soil a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is wOrth printing If you read it all the year round you aro w posted on all the important and interesting t affairs of the world Itis tho best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should bo the distinguishing aesignodtqfamily t AnyInewsdealer newspaper or postmaster willTeceivo your subscription or you c may mail it direcfc to THEREPUBLICSt E TROPHONE J j d E P nesyercently reduced their rates and now twill be possible for one to enjoy unlim ited supplies of music speeches and so dayThoI I tariff from its present rate of i850 to 812 per annum and there will bo no extra charges for installing the system into it private house or for maintenance Tho company has recently introduced soy s oral new devices ju the apparatus which considerably improves it One of the most important is a lourlSDundiug ro ceiver With this device it is only everybootyceiver is installed is able to hear Tho Instrument is already connected with + the Grand Opera House leading amuse mom halls and churches in the metropolis TJio comoany also proposes to introduce a traveling telephone appHca carriagcsScieotiflcfAmerican r I IMPORTANT J For tho next 30 days wo will offer a Lino of Fine Surreys at 1000 less thatregular price aud on Easy Terms Wo too over stocked on these goods E E REEVES 00 Hickman Ky LOOK ct Wo have one hundred ladies cloak that we will sell at 2 toS5 marked tor sell at tItoSlO J R BROWN CO r I Y E 4 1 4 SUA WJtHi f J 4 7 t1f r yjI- A Jri Has all Kinds of 4 4 d MII 1 t I irA 11G j RIIw a ESE r f 4 r- r T1TTTTf TttT1rZ f s r j i r 0 J e i i a- f 4 w The Hickman Courier GEORGE VfARKEN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY I is- CURRENT TOPICS i rbout iOOdbO bushels of beans ar I onriully consumed in Boston 5 v Australia has spent nearly 55000 000 in promoting immigration Eleven presidents of republics were assassinated during the last century ijuluth flour mills are preparing to make 10000 barrels of flour every 24 I HoursJ 1 rom 1803 to 1812rnan atte1nipts+ were made to fasten metal points to f quill pens The 10000 Indians in Ontario Canada own 9S40 00 worth of property or 5615 a head Time JaPanew earthquake of 1703 was the molt destructive on record 31 kiliedui000dpcdple I Some naturalists say that no in sect except the silk worm feed upon I the leaves of the mulberry t This years crop of oysters willr t eclipse in number and flavor the har vest of several years past The 4000 or more Boer prisoners at St Helena have started the publica tion of a weekly newspaper t A thousand railway cars are need edto handle the peach crop in one country in southern Missouri Last year there were 192705 miles of telegraphic lines and 033153 miles of wire din the United States Within a few weeks the Germans of Mexico City collected 30000 for a Cerman schoolhouse to be built there After the confiscation of monastery inproperty Spain by the state much of the proceeds were devoted to the t amaking of roads The bloom on fruit is said to be snatnres waterproofing Where it is rubbed off damp accumulates and de cay soon follows A new trolley line between New York and Connecticut promises a reg fular run of sixty miles an hour out side of city limits A hornets nest usually contains from three to four hundred perfect males and females and an indefinite number of workers I Of fiftysix glaciers observed in 1S79 thirtynine were found to be decreas ing while five were stationary and twelve were increasing The British war office is said to be considering the training of dugs to carry water and provisions to sick and wounded in time of war Servants in the English royal palaces have received a fresh reminder of the spirit of economy with which tjng Edward iutentR t m eoitduct his sen lc1 f abor strikes arc of great antiquity although owing to the different i conditions of labor anciently theyA were on somewhat different lines carom those of the present day Gen Nelson A Miles has added to his collection of arms which is one tof the finest in the country a sword jworn by Simon Bollivar duringone jof his South American campaigns The game of golf is said to have been invented in ancient times by a lonely shepherd who had nothing bet Jter to do than to knock round stones i into a rabbit hole with his crook superinl physical 1 ling in the public gymnasium of Eos 1on has accepted a fiveyear contract as director of physical training at Dartmouth college The oldest known weapon was the club The clubs of the lake dwellers fof Switzerland studded with stones tin default of nails and thus making formidable weapons have been rccov ered from their habitations In New Jersey there are two match factories with a capacity together of ji0000000 matches a day The largest factory in the country at Barber- ton 0 can turn out 100000000 match its a day probably oneseventh of the entire consumption + A strange sight was witnessed at I Bologna recently A bellringer at a church was struck by a great bell and thrown violently through the window for the tower on to the roof some fO feet bclow He escaped with noth lIng more than a shock The total product of wool is 1000 000000 kilos annually Australia is credited with 304000000 kilos Ar gentina 172000000 the United States 132000000 Russia 119000000 England 40000000 etc Dur1eOOOOOoFrance years the product of England has much increased Th principal consumers of wool are En gland 114000000 franc Germany 100 000000 France 91000000 etc Arecent invention by an Italian h receiving notice from those who gc to sea It is a netmadcof hemp and intended to brcak the Jor c of waves One recently tried with success alf r Bar was 360 feet long by 50 feet f l npartIlheland will also be a bulwark for hy draulic works against heavy surf It took sixteen years to build tin first tprooklyn bridge but immensely larger suspension bridges can now IK constructed in from four to five years Twenty additional fruitcarrying steamships were chartered recently f to reenforce the fleet now trading between the West Indies and Phila a delphia Sven Hedlin the explorer reached is Charkhllk in the heart of China lastf F April without hearing of the trouI bles in the eastern part of the em c spire He found the Chinese polite hl1d obliging t it V THE BROOKLYNS LOOP The Proceedings of the Schley Naval Court of Inquiry Co mm ami or Untcn Admitted the Ofll trlii 1 Steven IOK Contain Vo Iteeord of the Signal ti He Verne the UiiKlneN Washington Sept lThc Schlwy court of inquiry reconvened and be fore adjournment examined four wit nesses Mariues were on guard at the rall ing anti before the court opened barred out ail snve members of the court and witnesses Later Judge Advocate General Lemly arranged to allow members of the press associa lions within the railing The most important incident of the day was the decision of the court withdrawing a question put by the court itself asUinir a witness to give his opinion concerning a point under controversy The witness was Jlr Adm lUggiiiSon who participated in the Santiago campaign as captain of this battleship Massachusetts This vestat one tithe was a part of the flying riiadron commanded by Com modore Sellley and the court ashcd him to state whether all possible measures were taken to capture or destroy the Spanish vessel Cristobal Colon as it lay In Santiago harbor from May 27 to June 1 1SOS Counsel for Adm Schley objected to the ques tion on the ground that a reply would involve an opinion and not a statement of facts Judge Advo catc Lemly admitted that the pro I idents were against questions of this character and the court with drew this interrogatory It is generally admitted that this decision will have the effect of materially shortening the term of the court ns will also the courts mani fest intention to out out irrelexaist questions and all hearsay testimony In several cases the witnesses were admonished to relate only1 events coming within their own observation Adm Deweyshored himself a prompt and methodical presiding ollirer He called the court to order exactly at the designated hour and adjourned it just as promptly at 4 oclock TJic witnesses Friday were ilr Adm Higginson who commanded the battleship Massachusetts during the Spanish war Captl C M Chester who commanded the cruiser Cincinnati Maj Thomas N Wool of the marine corps who commanded the marites on the lass dltlsctt and Commander Giles fl llerbcr who was execu tie officer of the Texas the latter being QIh1stand when the court adjourned r The nttclitn l o tli- a jlit A 1Jt fj l1Tn l I i1 iCVih hIt Plti1 tSJt Qtlli a copy ofv the senate document re gating to the Sampson Sehley contro vorsy together with hydrographic ollice charts showing the scenes of the campaign Now I will otter said Capt Iem Ily a chart showing the positions of the vessels off Santiago I object spoke up Capt Parker of Schleys counsel quickly The chart iis grosslyI incorrect It places the const line six miles further south and four mile further west than it is in fact1 The chart does not prove any thing explained Capt Lendy 3t is not put as evidence but for ref erence c Capt Lemly the judge advocate general then rend the order of the navy department appointing Adm Ilamsny to be a member of the court- I ask you Adm Schley if you have nny objection to any member of this court said Capt Lemly I Lave not replied Adm Schley Capt Lendy then swore in the members of the court the three bending forward and each grasping a small BibleCapt Lemly was himself sworn in 1 by Adm Uewey and in turn admin istered the oath to the clerk and re porter of the court Washington Sept 2aTlhe testimony at Saturdays session of the Kchley court of inquiry was unfavor able to the admiral Capt Ilarber repeated his statements that the sea was not too rough to coal tiff Santiago and declared the osbeforehe thought between the Spanish forcesCommander Schroeder who was battleshipMassachusetts orated most of Cnpt Harbers test 1 many He declared that during time bombardment of the Colon the Amer cian ships might have gone in closer He iiiso testified that Adm Schley at that time hind given orders to get allay9 saying Lets get out ot this 4 WashingtonI Sept 24sThe jartt played by the battleship Texas In time navel battle off Santiago July a ISIis in which the Spanish fleet under Adm Coinera was sunk was the basis of the greater jwrt of Mondays pro veilings in the Schley naval court of inquiry Of the four witnesses ex amined during the day three had been officers on board the Texas luring the battle and two of them were new witnesses They were Commander George C llcilnnr who was nav igator of the Texas and Commander Alex B Bates who was the chief engineer on that battleship Comman der Harber executive officer and the shipwincerecalled The fourth witness was Commander Seaton Schroeder execs tine officer on the Massachusetts andI Sow governor of the island of Guam S t 3 p 1TheI agtheit was especially so when Commander 11 Jleilner described the battle the par the Texas had taken in it Ife saiifl when the Brooklyn made its loop aft the beginning of the battle it haf J jKissftd across the Texas bow atl1 distance not to exceed 100 or 20a yards and that at the command q Capt Phillip the Texas had beefl 1 JEngineerstiirbonrd engines had been Ktoppqo and aid he thought thhnlso haj happened to time port engines Con mander Heilner expressed the opiijf inn that three miles had been Ios3 by this maneuver and time fact that part of the machinery was dq Ringed He said he considered tha the Texas was in greater danger wheif the Brooklyn crossed her bow than at any other time during the battle On crossexamination Contnumdcr- lleihterj admitted having token in the preparation of the otlicial navy dej art nient chart showing the position at different times of the ships whlcll participated in the battle He saidI lording to this chart the two ship never were nearer than 200 yards ot each other Hut he contended the j aiDhcompromise Commander Bates ad milled that the otlicial team log ofj the Texas contained no record of U14I siffiuilj to reverse the engirt Commander Schroeder then finished con c niiufr the coal supply of the Ma4 i aclnisett which he said would have been siilllcicnt for a blockade of front jHi to 2f days The clayclosed with another animated controvery between counsel ajs to the policy of bringing Adam Saute sons name Into the trial A RACE RIOT i I One Inii Killed timid Several Serl oiiNly Injured lit Soiiitrvllle Tov Sliiny SIiolM fired Y Somcrvllli Tex Sept 24 A rac riot started here Monday night about i o oclock and several hundred shots 1 finallybrokel 1 kncnvn is dead mind two men are seri hitini dimJGov Sayers dispatched troops from 1 Brenham 14 miles from Somervilltj and a large number of armed citieijisj nreoniianictt them 1ht troopo willJ search the woods for the rioters ail more trouble may ensue The tron ile arose oxer the employment ortNegro brakeman by a railroad the road paying no attention to warnings to discharge him Monday night a train was fired onjfi with the above results the t n ah1 tjiiir sympathizery4i J1rcqf the 4iy11- ra cf V Itr Adm lortlnifr I o- AkNiuiif Coniiiinnd of the 1 Nnva Yard un October I Washington Sept zt llr 1dn Sampson has requested the nnv de parlment to relieve him of his pres eat duty as commandant of Boston navy yard on October 1 on account of the bad condition of his health Secretary Long has granted the re qeust llr Adm Mortimer L Johnson commandant of he Port loyal naval station will assume command of the 1 Boston yard on October 1 agelimittire before that if he wished under the 40 years service clause on his own request or he could apply for retirement to take effect immediately on account of poor health However It prideipi probable that an extended leave of absence will keep Adm Sampson on t the active list until February 9 AN ASYLUM BURNED State IiiHtltiitloit at Norfolk Nei HcMlroyed Patient Kxeaped i 1ovM Placed at flilOOOO i Kansas City Mo Sept 24The state asylum at Norfolk Neb wits daylight institution was consumed The 300I inmates were all taken out The attendants lost all their cloth ing Nearly all the patients were taken front the burnig structure in their night clothes and suffered more or less front the chilly air About placedinof the patients will be housed in the buildings that are still in condition for coitservativelyi A PREACHER BEATEN lie Approved An Article Which Ap peered In n Paper Cnlnmnlat IIIKT resident MeKinley Binphampton N Y Sept 241clergyman who escaped from the crowd before his name could he learned was knocked down arid beat en in this city Monday night because appearedini which calundnated President McKin iyG G Pendell editor of the paper was waited on by a committee and ordered to retract under threat of being thrown into the street with his entire printing plant lie made a retraction Knocked Out in the Xlntli ROBBI Buffalo Sept24 Frank ErnevisI byItnbeJar 1 It i r ILL HOLDS HER OWN No Material Change in the Condition of Mrs McKinley lIt hii Estimated That 0000 Ieople t Visited the Ilentliiur Iluce of the Lute 1reMdent In l Vetit Lawn Sunday Canton 0 Sept 23Dr Elxey said- Sunday l cening that there Pus been no material change in the condition of Mrs WcKinley nod that she ia doing as well as could be expected SundaynridSundays drives were token in the family carriage an open surre which the president had sent on from Washington for use during the summer vacation and Dr Kixey and Mrs ft Barber accompanied Mrs MeKin lley The first trip was to the cem etery Sunday morning and was taken at the request of Mrs McKin ley A much longer drive was taken during the afternoon at the sugges lion of the doctor who feels that his 1patient is benefitted by all the out floorj life she can stand and can be induced to take The outings have always hind a tendency to produc- sleep and rest and to increase the appetite and now have that effee- to a degree jit least It is understood that Mrs McKinley is securing fairly good rest in the midst of her Borrow and grief There was placed on the MrKinley casket Sunday by Judge Wm H Day a large floral wreath for the em jfteror of Ilussia Judge Day received a telegram from Charge DeWollantc of the Itussiun embassy at Washing ion requesting him to have this wreath placed on the casket of the shapebpdcornliedij ieuty roses and on the others olJ orchids The base is of sage palms the entire wreatlubelng interspersed 3vith small yOt Jtferlls tied with orchid satin ribbon ffine resting place of the late pres Wentf was visited by thousands ol people Sunday probably 20000 pee iljle1 entering the gates of West Lawn miHlery between the early hours ofc the morning and time lute hour Ill the evening The attraction waa the floral tributes sent for the funeralI iyvhlchi have been arranged at eiliiei hide of time vault They are still ii- n in very good state of preservationI nnd probably will be for several days longer The guard of regular solI iliers patrolltd a wide circle aroun-v t and flowers so that a long onCP I l 11HSlCt ttf1nJ1o ere 1nn the graves of lb Iildren which are also Fby a patrol of soldiers and 5of the crowd wandered fro Le vault to the private lot Many also climbed the high knoll in the new part of the cemetery the pro spective site of the permanent Me Kinltyj tomb and monument a agreeing that it was a most appro priate location These thousands oJJ visitors at the cemetery were nott from Canton alone but hundred came from neghboring towns The court house was kept open all daj for the accommodation of hundred of people who had not yet seen the catafalque and many people passed through the corridors during the day GOVERNMENT OF CUBA iiJ v MUltnry Oovtmor rood Expect t- He Ij Able to hunt It Over to the Cabana liy Vext Mil Washington Sept 23Gen Leonj Cubleftj jia for Havana The expectation of Gen Wood is that he will be able to complete arrangements by which th conduct of affairs in the Island can be handed over to time Cubans by May 1 The electoral law is satisfactory tithe o administration provided soma modifications are made Af a result of his talk with the oil eials here Gen Wood expressed tho opinion that there will be no change in the attitude of the administration pojicy1 11I be continued by his successor I2mlneut Sclent IK t Dead f St Louis Sept 2JDr Abram Litton eminent scientist and pioneei Jchemist in St Louis who for S years filled the chair of chemistry both at Washington university an the St Louis Medical college died at tvhis home in this city Sunday from muiiiity aged 87 years llr Adm SanifiBouw SJovemciits Boston Sept 23llr Adm W T Sampson who returned to time nat yard with Mrs Sampson Saturday aft era sojourn at Lake Sunapee N H left the city Monday for Fort Hamil1 tort N Y to visit Second Lieut II H Scott U SJ and Mrs Scott hi daughter Death of Jadgrc P C Wood Birmingham Ala Sept 23A ca IJl gram from Londn announces the death of Judge Pleasant G WoodI probate judge of Dallas county Judi e Wood was a delegate to tit ecumenical conference and died from a severe attack of pneumonia Man and Wile Murdered England Ark Sept 23 Henry F Newell and lus wife were murdered tf iFe Ites srnttltti est of herS tur innight A child who escapedIf IfFais the crime was committed by white man and t NegroesLIJ PROBOER MEETING President Hooaerelt to lie A ked to Bring Aim ut n Teriuliiatloa of the AVar fit South Africa Chicago Sept p4t a meeting here Monday night of citizens in sym path with the Boers resolutions were adopted asking President noose volt to take such action as he thinks best to bring about a speedy termini tion of the war in South Africa committee was appointed to secure signatures to the resolutions after which a mass meeting will he held at the Auditorium and a committee ohrtlonsIto Washington At Monday mgmt meeting all the speakers scored Great Britain for her treatment of Boers especially women and children bythe hundreds TAYLORHILL RxGov Itohert L Taylor of Ten net and Mr filer Klttn Hill ttilted III Marriage Tuscaloosa Ala Sept 24 Former Got Robert L Taylor of Knoxville Tenn and Miss duce Kitts Hill of Montgomery were married at Christ church Only a few friends were Tayebeen set for Taylortengagements are to quite heavy this winter it was decided Sun day night to be married Monday Mrs Hill is n daughter of Hon 1 aines II Fitts of this place treas aver of time State university and head of the banking house of J II Fitts Co FLOATING STEEL DRY DOC The Our Heceiitly Purchiijifd From Spain nt Iluviinu Will He Sent tu the llalllllU Washington Sept 24 From pre s ent indications the big floating ate dry dokat Jlavana recently pit chased by the government from Spain will be sent to time new Olon gapo naval station in time Philippines Secretary L6ng Monday authorized the repairs recommended by Xavnl Constructor Gilmour who estimated the cost at 500000 in the belief that an extra dock force would have to be engaged Jor the work It iis thought now that inticli of time repair work can be lone by time regular force and the total coat considerably reduced ICABINET POSITION IF inndJlnj Sneoeed llr Wilson nIt Sec relarj of Agriculture cJOnSflS City Mo Sept 24PtohmilT 1t QIa11i S i IlU + r=a ofeagriculture wino was mentioned few months ago as secretary of agrkulI 1fmaKinley is again brought to the Iron- as a possible successor of Secretary Wilson in Jresidentr IJoosevelts tub irct It is said that if President Boosevelt should make any cLaug ain the cabinet that should call for a KausasJwill present Mr Coburii for the pine TO MEMORIALIZE CONGRESS That Ilody Will lie Ankcd to Curl the Prirdoni of Spreeh Em liloyed Uy AiiarelilHtN Chicago Sept 24 Cliicagos city council will memorialize congress to enact at Its next session laws earl ing1 the freedom of speech employed by anarchists and providing for the deportation from American shores of those who by their incendiary ut terances are attempting to snbvr our government mud inaugurate series of assassinations At the meeting Monday night the coons 1 passed an order providing for tth appointment by the mayor of a tone 1 rnittce of five to draft such a m morial FROM PNEUMONIA Secretary of Stnte J 1JonfOr IlBMlNHliMiI Died Early Tnenduy- 3oml tit Aged 117 Year Jackson Miss Sept 24 of State JJ L Power died at 12 oclock Tuesday morning Pneumou- contracted i on his recent trip to the Buffalo exposition was the cause his death G7rplinhrsohade at Lockport N Y He has lived wlsthedpublisher of the Clarion until elect c secretary of state- a A Retaliatory MeitHiire Birmingham England Sept 241tis announced that time British manu uIcombination to defend their interests and the interests of their commerceJ in viewi of the entrance in Hie con nJ tryof the American Tobacco Co mtnsureSWilt be shortlyI announced I a tup Kxnloded- Uniontown Pa Sept 241oi Marions business center was destro Icd by fire Five stores five dwellm S and other buildings were lestro Theefire started by a lamp exploding Ii- nJK Conns store Made Major General Hartford Ct Sept 24George W Dickinson of Worchesttr Mass was elected major generalI of the Loyal Legion 0 C A Liie 56th annlt- e conention of time national councIl opened in this tuty Tiiftsday e- M 3 THE ASSASSINS TRIAL Czolgosz Plead Guilty but the Court Refused to Accept the Plea r The Jury 1- Irrsentutlou nM Sworn In and time of the oerunrnt + ShortlyA J JJlelureBuffalo X L Sept JJ4 Leon F Czolgosz was placed on trial Monday moniiug charged with the murder of as1plea of guiltywhich was subse byedirection of the + ourt All the events of the day indicated 1 that the trial will be short Court convened at 10 oclock and within two hours eight jurors had been se cured Technicalities were not raised by examining counsel but it was sig nificant that every man who said fie had not formed an opinion on the case was excused by the district At torney Those who acknowledged they had formed an opinion or stated that they were prejudiced but admit tug that their opinion could be changed by evidence were accepted by each side- Justice Truman C White one of the oldest lIlt most experienced of the supreme court judges was on the bench Immediately after the opening of the court and after the pris otter had pleaded Justice Loran L Lewis senior counsel for the de Pendant announced that together with his colleagues former Justice Robert C Titus and Mr Carlton E beK half of the prisoner 1 thought it best he said form colleagues and myself that I should say somethng regarding cur presence here as attorneys for the defendant At the time my name was suggested T was wit of the city eland knew nothing1 of what way transpiring here wjith reference to time selection ofcounsel forithe defendant When the circumstances of my selec Lion was told to me 1 was extremely i reluctant 1o accept limit limp duty had been imposed ant considered it my duty in ali the circumstances to defendI this man 1 ask that no evidence be present ed here that the court will not per mit the acceptance of any evidence iinle a it would le accepted il the trial of the most forager criminal in time land I am familiar with these circum stances said Justice White in n py and 1 wish to say 1 will give you every assurance that the prisoner wilt have a fair and impartial trial anti that during the progress of the trial fifeDlaw demands in any criminal casn AiIIrrl WVvbrkors i rlnl tliWji1ror was then undertaken with a celerity t daylwas over the entire panel had bern atdescription of the Temple of Mioi i where the crime occurred had sophotographs of the interior of the threessurgeons what Mused the death of tlmrassassduJ orcgans of the body They hind also learned why the fatal bullet had no4 been located The presentation of tile government case began shortly be fore 3 oclock when Assistant Dis tact Attorney Haller begun with much deliberation to address the jury WALDECK CZOLGOSZ Brother of the AxHnNMlii Put Throuxli a Thorough ljxnmliiation 1ny Chief of Police Corner rtCleveland 0 Sept 24Chier of Waldtl1aCVolgosy brother of the assassin thoroufhI t qUtltioning much was learned that may ofethe supposed anarchist plot that re suIted in time assassination Waldcck CVolgosx adhered to the statement that he made to time effect Brotherosince he wcntaway from the farm althoughhis Dryt2cacu the thanigive weeks ago tofhat he was going to Buffalo Tuesday to see his brother anti said that he would report to the police of Buffalo so that the latter could keep inj touch with him all the time lIe giodanxiety thtrise p pie of UutTaio llurn that the father thrcitynelItAlcohol UH tiut1llJstease which will be offered as ri prize l for the mostt successful stationary en trine burning cololt 4 r tr A McKinley Stamp nt1ashiugton uhycommendatorv of the rckinlfYllcontemplation at the postoffice ofthenot prO a gressed definitely f Prtnee Chun Will Leave Germaay i Berlin Sept 241g inccLGhunn headfofth IunrJte- al i x ii9r i dlr tr I leave Gertnany Thurte is tBerlinY fia1cna tlti0- r Ii i ii r j4 fr 11 IL Ill jrrL T I iXIATION IN SORROW i Millions Paid Tribute of He l spect and Love TO the I Dead Presidentb Thousands of Ws Friends Viewed the Re Imains as They Iald in State In t- be Court House at Canton 0 The Funeral Procession to the Ceme I i tery Was About One and Oneof ilIalfis Miles in LeiiihIs fAIons the Route of tht Mnrcli VnIs en AlitioMt Unbroken Inc itupdicrM nntl on iII IiiterMcetitig cretJVashlnslon Sept ISThe nation offi with IttI 1 piMondayinTuesdayanddtwllylngorbtsAt wrinlortnjilel 4 sides nf Pennsylvania avenue from the PQOPwtilitng w iltc house to the capitol were masked f usotethetroolrto rprcajtouizhfaretheDiadbits the corrowlns people bared their 4 manytfarstalnedmore eloquently than words It wn u ilent throng Not H sound was heard 41j drpre1onthe1fOlllorthmer PreJldent Cleveland They recog whomthlil been thrust so unexpectedly WUs Tlhjjmthe deadihInthdrenchedthefstyrylcesj fint Itnthoiild be conducted in that bettutif klrotundalast sad rites of two other the hva1eI occasion and the character of the msojhoie remains were J v1ng cold and zigth1the narrow eznbrtee of the metnlllel They1lrtiitrtof the Methodist ISpiticopal churcho I1 litu0 liyinaa two songs a prayer and address at1l nbwdlctlpnthQ were beauUnl atidli aroundtinclulugGruvertlerel1tncJat thls Capitol 61 almost every nation of the artn Great Britain Francor Gerrnizw Ilnly unit i tIn ullllnll ther Pl1bll to the soutiward orthQ United Ult it mingled their tears with tho 10 I of the American peopleIjiI hndbeenthe rotunda beyond the arrangements ujbingeclvlltansv representativesthe court costumes of the diplomat- corps AS the sweet notes of Mr Me KiiillLightIy j I feeBae4t i s I j Bireamed with tears At the conclusion of the hymn ns IievDrKnylnr presiding EIder of the Washington district rose uponthepeoploCO1c1ullln tithelilm and the murmur of their voices4 nlBarelywheV the word of the song Some Time WeH Underitand leartJ sung by Mr Thomas C of this thtwas echoed and reechoed by the double Quartette choir The venerable bishop Edwin G An circws of Ohio the oldest bishop of the ttIi Methodist Episcopal church then tool 111Iposition at the head of the bier A gentle brcere through the rotunda stirred the delicate blooms which lay upon thecollln and the Peace that passeth nili understanding seemed to rest on ths vnernble mans countenance as he be I Kari his eulogy of the life and work of IIslm1loI IIonejj IItlnjI I impressive Upon the conclusion of the prtnrKingement5 I Nnitr sy God to fhf All present r seemed to be imbued with a sentiment 11npastor of the Metropolitan M E church 1 on Ixjhslf of till living antI deadtej Mrs McKinley dIJ not attend the j I services at the capltol It was d cmcd I wise by those nearest and dearest to her i thnt the should not undergo the ordeal i IIfortedIIthonght1i III removed In order that the immediate j friends of the dead president might bet I aTorded the comfort of a list glance I I at hit features and that the people whom I 11the1 I rotunda1 and during the lIX hours in Il which the body was 1 lying In ntnte It J estimated that 53000 people viewed t i r oWheni were finally closed forever to the vic w I of Washington people the cavalry escort I acRin was formed and conveyed thcto the special train which now is carry Ji flIngj lessgdIsplaythan 123 pieces and matting the most remarkable tribute ever seen here were I I taken to the station from the capitol In t aboard dcarrive5a special car which hrl been a vhled for them Three sections inn I rIsing Jn all CO p sept coaches were teee5ary to accommodate all those who accented Invitations to make th journey of to antonII the remains of the late president to the j grave at hIs old home at Canton 0 b began at S30 oclock Tuesday night when the funeral train left here over the ptl1n1 sylvania railroad The great bronze doors of the capitol In which the body had lain In state had eloped while there was still thousands of people waiting to get a last glance J ct the casket The guards at the capItoljjj who had patiently throughout th lone day held the crowd in leash were perIt j It niltted a hurried look at the face of J deceased the coyer of the casket w easfscrewed down by the undertaker It w stlifted once more upon the chouldlrs or i the body bearers and by them borneIthe hearse at the foot of the I I f t the capIponj J otIerejnnius were received by urge olegndon ns of army and naval There tho t IffromI oplacl1eml train The Mbket was placed on standards r1PZd with the national colors It was coveted wilh rtoral emblems t The second section was the presidential d oIi tralr proper tmade up or practically thetripthignodaF eacu grrcablnptBellndand thnsin carThethe train was d voted entirely to the accommodation th ofllcersPresident at ti ain occurred it 750 and was unmark CaptlwleshImItlrliMeIlnlcwalktromthetmlnprovlde1Cflrwalked with surprisini firmness to h ri antJrCanton 0 Sept 19The tlrsf settii of the funeral train reached Canton atJufl The climax or great denionstratioi sI sorrow that had been observed all thef ay from Plttsburg began at Alliance miles from Canton There the half withblackI woman and child was at the stationkblR white streamer ten fet vld was across the main street Lettered heavily on it were in blackSeWE MOURN OUR NATIONS DEADof The ciiureh Ixlls were tolllrp dolo on sly Then cinu the List halt hout tobeasolleitrked by Kruwlnj evidences of deeprs onal atlliction Flags that had oftheaved McKinley welcome were now ed in sorrow Farmers and country suspendork r1 sed and the entire population we reMnged along the track in sorrowful thatfI thriugh lathers and mother and sisrs wert watching lor a gllmpt of the oneThetheritnains of President McKinley arrived at I lyilenboutlhegi ittvlhe felpedAbner McKIrley and conducted to a en rtiitre which Was in waiting and was tb iven rapidly to her home The no r rlafveThe remains were then lifted from thincatafalquei ear and earned on the throughaRooleIthlarseThelUlS and bugle soundod taps The pre5ni fh etlhor headed by Adm Dewey and Gen 1I11I In full uniform and the sad pro thsInnj e direction of the court house where tth tatreiderl who hAd nown Wllliun WcKlnley bet rect4t ed Jhit martyred body Wednesday Th- al forgotten the Illustrious careor the statesman In th loss of a treat i1 er nni friend who had grown dearer to ni with the passing of the years They hardix noticed the president of the Unit t l j States or his cabinet or the sen rals ti i unlfurmlTati j rutllowtithuI had left them twi w ks ago this j5 j cr day in thf full strength of his manIj kjjnn woman and child The cniliI Jpop Ul I dl trofIIIi niMonal guard of the stateiiht nim IientstIntbattaUon allt11ajlJllltlCI1 11m the three branches of the state gov I ormuvm were at mo station to receiveI l1 tuPerhapsthe noretures The signs of discoloration whichI Tuesdutu bemdafcietheIChnndIIl whoII t l1ootlUpsthoiiEnndK Were still in II noand th eom JVrni ttee in crarge of the arrangement waaI L oring before they are Thiursdihe cntirch This hud to he reluctantly deeil to them and the casket may never e opened attain Canton O Sopt 20With majestic so sirnaltyand1 his townspeople in the presence of n prosident of the Knifed States the cabinet justices of the United States su- premE I court senators and represent lives in congress the bonds of the millI gO11crnOrAl I rail by an assassins bullet was com mltted to the grave It was e spectacle of mournful grandeur Oi11ofromai ti Indej Diteoide chlrIwan I h rieldtonslnldtoThe services at the church consisted I ot Il brief oration prayers by the l hlJIznitillI I IIij it will be tinally laid to rest whihe 1 e dead children who were burled carsIj aso I One of the most pathetic features of V hosday was the absence of Mrs McKlnley I from the funeral services at the churchI herhushandshock of the shooting then of death and through the ordeal of state ceremonies she had borne up bravely But there andIJIwf her room she heard the prayer open ofdohe inister as the body was borne tIll house outItTie line of the funeral march from the to the cemetery was about one uti onc halt miles In length frozt1 the ates or the cemetery to the doors of the ItIi I i ot the militIa were post d I bout 100 feet from the thoroughfare up on which the cortege was to go There was not a window that comtmanded a view of tho line of march thatwas not tilled with faces the numerous stands were crowded to their utmost ca 3 paclt and on the roofs were hundreds of people All day long the streets were kept cleary the military and not a vehicle of any description save those belonging to the cortege were permitted to enterupon them No greater reverence has ever been hown to any man living or dead was exhibited toward the dead thanII selljbed convulsively and at the cemetery pates where the crowd was densely P1tCwd and where the people had or hours pressing against the Iron toncc t wo omen fainted during the 11II place Twenty mIn utes after that time the brief servicestill vault was over the members or the and distinguished men of the na ion who had come so far to do him hon r had passed through the gates on Ut dr- omeward c way One hour and forty minutes after the hearse had entered the cemetery the place was clear andJJ IterI t I re ar1IirtI re 1IassyI Qttt I dfrIeI j the parade Behind them cameI Grand Army band of Canton and soKI iemn notes of Nearer My God to Thec out an It iNurie up the drive wa IIwelling after enterIng the cenieteri the music was changed to ChopIn s fuj neral Interlude Behind the band oamfi the Grand Army posts fully GOO of the1 i Atomno nin nlilnf hv After tho VetCrSi iv ai ilisi tnlncerlitI at arms port the men of the 6th I corps ot the national guard from UeY g1liddent In the ranks of the J3d Ohio volunH teors during tho civil war mI Then came a long line of carrlageXg bearing the members of the family andjjI 11he distinguished visitorsI alighting from the vehicles Presli i dent Roosevelt walked slowly toward the I vault and took a position on the soutnj I of the walk close to the door AsJ si imedSi de of the walk and the other members the cabinet arranged themselves by tho side of the president and secretary of I Tanpresidedfo 1IPllowednu 114vyl WIthln tL minute after the formation th ihialhJ j a ttultfalque Just as the bearers lowered to the catafalque Abner McKinley and rs Barber alighted from their car riage and stood at the foot of the line of officers They remained hero for a few seconds and then passed up to the foot of the casket where they remained during tile brief services Bishop Joyce of Minneapolis rend lethodlltIllUrchi be heard distinctly by all who were gr l4Fromof itthewas beautifully done and the last notes of the bugles died away so softly that oitito heard it remained listening for a tY seconds to hear If It really ended ljrSecretaryn thorIt bwasd been so closely associated with th president for so long and the thougi Ietml stullcr than most ot them cou id bear It was all ended at last The guard II3oUrnersIturned to the city i thebierfIts march Every man in the line save tIiatet pastftheAs the head of the division containing the Knights Templar wheeled Into tI becfCprevious ceremonies took 110 ItthefoIIorJ1 r uiil The Wiysiilf rSs The lec fl wore beauiifullyI l l rendor d a l no urt of the 111 lit ralI ceremoniis i t an tin was mure impressive Tl tswas gathering fast as the K iifc iaraIon and many in the tnulu r junil hi1 casket were nioviil N- uu4 tof sobs was tIt L y the criiwil that lined tv 1 tth line of national j1TThe lasi of the Irter at 515 and tl1l1I nrrlay CIt Kldule that tin k be tiordardvie w CUrt of his guard of horor Canton 0 Sept 20 Nevcr b continent has such a Ioral en seen at any public occasion asiWest Lawn cemetery Thursday nrvnoon The vault was lie rl with th rarest and costliest llowers a multitude of floral pieces was spread on the grounii fore the door of the vault and fr lotI et to the right and left of the doorw t- fdy an a line passing through the front wall n was imlosslble to trend so thickly elM countrytf 1 an offering The number of those fromState countInJ union and there is scarcely a man In melie bIde his cotllned remains Thursday afternoon Tlie inside of the vault was literally aImass of roses and orchids when the OUtIdfUllollthemmous wreath of dark green gallx leaves over tho right corner of the vault was detllrtllitoherot ivyThe i of lieferingking of Italy and was one of the hand somest pieces seen Upon a great utream rromhfo tllowingnettnl11 liternuui Dona KI Uoinlnc- Iislde the black streamer floored ono of red white and blur the colors of the tilted States and another of red white arul preen the colors of ItalyI To the ght of th door in a frame formed of red and white rows was a vase fully six feet high made of white aterti Thisw rigottersjI Joyesse nt an elaborate desiit of Il vase done iu redI and white roses that was fully I H tual In beauty to that ttllt by their jrnployers On the south side of the door wrcathlofwihiteh w f e doorway was a great bunch of red j ros 3 and purplE orchids bound tosetnerw HaUIIStanllng1 vault to the south was a small cradle fastersn SThisrocketldurinI T 1 4tshould tobev Prom tIle republic of Cuba came an orthrot e therfl1llbllcroses and purple asters from the prcsl t lIlghtsTemplqr lIeItItloqt ed cntfrKnightsrtIndiameter i tcr came from the Knights of Tennessen An elaborate offering of roses and orchids came from Melville IctfrontSalmnahDuluth Now Orleans and from dozensof other cities yI11Memphis Tenn Sept 24I t is an f iionncctl that the Southern railway ill remove its machine shops fmm this city to Shellield Ala within the1 i next TO lays Tlu move Juts been contemplated for some time hut Superintendent llntehins announced Monday afternoon that the 1 i IIS hsiPtencd because of deelsiLClti of police protection during the re est tiiKichinistii strike Tlie authorities of Marion IiiiuL have a man under arrest whom they think was an accomplice of Colgox 4 HERR JOHANN MOST f r e Well Known Aiuircliiot nnd j Saloon lielUr lrecke Pineeti V t udtr Arrestj pnIecWtOn of j StIlHIiii11tl Sp5ls ns a disorderly person They Mpected nII j f8lMn2liIiu3JlIO tptsbarge of violating the liquor taxShil a ktephig ti lisortltrly house l 4stth g a crowtl of 500 people There was lolseUlicl1ec11elnlmcn whom they claim to be ivpniincnt in getting up the jueetinjr ew York Sept 2tlohn Mow ffiareliist who w as arrested while dressing some 500 reds in n littlE at lrona r I Sunday night wns tie T giicd in Flushing police court Mon v eiaigthv itIi inciting to riot furetr Ihearing I j t LETTERtitI Document Found On n Prlnotipr Thatj J IroiulNCN to KuriilHli H Clue tit H CIUIOIiirney i UK Moines Ja Sept 2ftOn the rflCr8011 of n wounded prisoner an tanarcliist the police have found a ter mailed from Lost Angeles two Weeks before the shooting of Iretl i d t McKinley that promises to fur i pi1mrjl11e printed etihLrs a strange mixture of let tars anti figures They have been ut partially translated Sonic ex issio anrVhatever happened iis to be retaI 01 Lincolns assassin ItealI infarchist lknown only to Lewen thei JiaJilj Anarchist dreams of doiujr duty 1 So itt the nmtter nit for lC perbililuck aHfllH8irlltiontcinliaiiiiI skullingI out ofiI tillIities of tin bullet Kniioa0 fotrThe circulars jirr 1 lrIi The eigle 11 X Vorhura isgenioiiR inlfiMovn with nunierais broken t prxits so us to flppeiir tit ItihliralI t Ic4IT SYMPATHIZER I ilIIMtMU1l10hOvcrlioiinl r l1J1IfOt a small oyster sloop which arrived here said that shortly after Prevalent MrKinley was shot a Pole apju inxl at Bivalve Md and wjeiired1 a jilaee1 as hand on a sloop TIlt Pole was fairly HJI dressed Mid educated The day after the president tiled a feissenger on a passing steamer threv f newspaper aboard the sloop ron lining an account of the death The J ole secured itnnd while the trexv 5ere waiting Joe him to read them flic story he exclaimedl Uood full TeddyI will be the next jn a short tune The crew set upon him nudpteverel Sijured him rendoiing him tIt onion Tin captain and nut in jirvened but later when the masrer iliidI gone aft the crew picked the jiicoiLSfioiirf form up and threw iit iverboard f ASSASSINATION PLOT n ItivuMtlgrntioit lluveiilo tin IoHsl liilitv Thnt It Vi t 14111 u Vcar f or 3Ioro tttu 1 1 Ievclnrt 0 Sept S3rnvpstiga lions made Sunday by Police Detei 1VO ciuiunc reveal the startling pbs JalUtlUhmt1fJ tilctedtb1Invc laid in the poacuful precincts o f grange township where tIll Czolgosz family lived A remittance made toJ fhe assassin by his brother Waldeck Colgos7I a month ago led to the in Tcstigation that may have an import 1ant bearing on the case Front the first the IlnlTalo j olice nd the secret service agents of the strongInlthougli the Cleveland police have cen inclined to doubt the theory UNDER SUSPICION UohlnJuftIoJicc Iooklnn For n Man AVIm Axkotl Kor the tiitrese or Ilouncvclfn Slater Washington Sept 21 TIn police ore looking for a man who approach cd several pedestrians and nsedI theI address of Presidents Kbosevelst sis cr the wife of Commander Cowles ot the nay Several omc rs wiir de Jailed to guard tIt Cowles nsidence iHie man is described as at out 40 ara old sjjealcs with a foreign ae tcvnt hns light moustache ucars dflrl clothes and carries a box about Afeht inchcK long and three and a half Wide j Hlciator iinil Duck Burned slort Huron Much Sept 24 Fire Monday destroyed the Grand Trunl ejjfttitori anti the lock located across 1ilfo St ClaSr river at Point Edward Ont A strong wind fanned the blaze and for a time the firemen had a hard light to confine the blaze to the ele estiPrSatcd at 7500- 0f r 2 1 k L iC AGUINALDOS BODTi GUATU- 3JI tsJ Alliiiiiilini Tivo Ciiitnliix Two Lieutenant niitl 2O lieu Have I S ii errii tter d gi GManilt4two lieutenants and 2D men with 2i rifles surrendered about 40 mills oiti of Haler Island of Liuon to 1t George A Detehmendy of the d United States infantry Saturday ok the oath of allegiance and were r ec1 Since Aguinaldo left Gen Mae Arthurs house for his present plaee i conlinement he huts never left the premises oltlioueh he is at liberty to th bo if accompanied by an oflicer iftie reason unsigned is thnt he fears assassination at the hands of the partisans of the late Gen Luna GenjciuHftce has refused the re Westj for the release of the prfcon ITSj iill the Island of Guam lie eon silders that their release would not be safe until the surrender or cap tUrt p Malvar anti Lukban Capt Delehmendy reports that he Jh o Jftlje illfated apprentice of the United States gunboat Yorktown whoeaone Of Lieut dilmores when lt ielitttlflil iuos in April 1SW The remains will be lorrcJcI to Manila for ship men I home iJen Frederick Funston who hasWjbeen id the hospital suffering appeifdffcilsi for abort a week nidet bne a succe sfil operation BUFFALO EXPOSITION 31ftt Knnioiis SItII IIn th r Cuiiutry III lii llMTcil Tinre for u lenlnl of Iu Vecks lluffjilo Sept 21legilpiIg Mon tdav mnrninpr time most famous sheep u I t thuKetIit8IstxpoftintI jIory woolrrhWnir sttiie in tbt I Unit fd States win hi roprvjeiitod Vtr tHttnt having tIlt niord of produiira tm merino sheep III I iiL rin wip laps be most prominent in the llglI Th total number to ue ekhil icl will he oloe to 1JOO floH f of which tvil IK the merino An ztOrnc bhititu4flnndfr t hOse direction the various tjMle and tock shows have been f tiiimn promises that th siheii sliow will Itll IiI a recelent in till vvav of nnnlM rs j tl quality Wl twill In Vard to l1ual ludvrin r will tnkt i lace on V dnes laj ami Thursday iext cQA iEHE lLT iliO 1dR o1IrO Cliii rica Hancock K cIIJIfIIrm u lliprlMvu mini to lie Run Hcnvn hy n Ira Iis Albion Mich Sept 2MN has 1J AJS and her daughterinlaw Mrs Chas hancock while driving1 to their home about six miles from lucre ugre a tacked ha highwayman who held their horse null demanded tliir uphr nhI thelnlll v frmhJg her lit fitr nuck Jrs Hancock thm drOVe tIlt lioTrse to this plnce anti as they were erpssing th Michigan Central track IIIJI C t Ill btggy was struck by a pallo seigfr trainI and both women thrown violently to the ground Mrs nan coek escaped with slight bruises Mrs Dayis who WIts unconsoious from tin bifllet wound suffered a severe scalp ubiind by the fall She was tztk- etfl rI4jet4iwiite anti iSS furedl wi JIIi die itJ IiCATTLE DYING IdloiiiiMjiVnccln Point Verir Use i 1 f fur the Iiiveiitlim ur lit hrnx I sear ChIeut- t Chicago Sept 2DniQ1llI n ar Iarrlngtou 30 miles northwest of fhi cago are in a panic Oteiothe fatal re snus of using poisonous vaccine points for the prevention of anthrax Cat andl1 feajrs that the poison in the vaccine iis contagibus aml Tha Jh di it5 i lilftlyI to spread over the entire north radicalIfi acnon shall not be quickly taken As a precantibn all flit carcasses are gathered into heaps and burned Aucliltrlitully Shut Ills Sister Marshfield Vie1it 2Whihhandling a loathed shotgun Sunday the 9yearold son of John Adler accidentally dischargedi the weaponit the 1oahijhi1 ll1atoI old4ster who was standing near Tlv shot entered use Childs head and neck terribly mangling the fact and practicallyteuri thehead front the shoulders Vnenncy In the Ciinailinn Cnlilnrt Ottawa Ont Sept 2X The cabinet passed an order in council appointing Sir Louis Javies minister of marine and fisheries to be a judge of the su pr me court of Canada This leaves u isRstated pemiofllcially will not btt filled for some time Killed One nnrt Vonniled Another Pontiac 111 Sept 23J C ichter who lives near the village of Cornell shot and Wiled TainexThbirips and craui wounded Samuel Englaiid- SItthLY followinatl tU sued when Jle IIJ ct r l liairbDIlZ1- ihu ting nuts o1tiIInljlcet Lover a Deed Del Rio Tex Sept 23 Michael W ts l2blstLJsill A H because site refused to marry him then stabbed himself 14 times in Hiding wounds which have since proved fatal iN I p jBlacksmithjI HICK IAN KENTUCKY f IVE ME A TRIAL when you WABt BlaekmnlthlnK don or repairingW peCih11I be1611dabl neaseais1 Shop star tht Sail ff I L STABLEDOPPOSITE ta H POLLOCK Frop4 iFirstrniage safe teams c Customer Pa4onagei eI CashW BookStDreJ Splendid Selection ofjj NEW BOOKS STAT O N Rll A II NOTIONS I Calland see our Stock Ever S ing up to date r fARY BERENDKS t otI CITY BARBER SHOP i To my old customers We are herjlo stay Nobody will appreciate your piiuronaco or take more pleasure in tryt1 g ioi1 please you than ye oId rqhiab1e- arberj R U CALDWELL WILL r OWTU iDRS K DAVIDSON E12tit1 BIOKMAH KENTUCKY i i i Office over Cowcill Oowgills 41r Urnc j Store C E BAKER Senecat Grocery Powell Block Oliatoa St Raving ptirchaed the Grocery 3 look 1 torbaDd Choice Barsainll I W J BARRY CO AT BUCKNEKJS OLP HUIi-J f f F t lityouaJJuggytooderVV SLAOZSM1THING OP ALL 2INDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED IL F Rttflhi7 Jot V flitiaitt BENNETT 8 r d tAglOBNEYS REMLLYII wm practice In nJi CpurLcespecialIyJ r the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts oDlce will remain at i Clinton and Mr Ret leyt in Hickman i 11 The Big Four Rot te Is a Railway System Comprising 4 1 t I I 2500 Miles Of SuprliRoadwa Builtand Equipped in the Most Approved Manner of ModertiV Railway Construction 1 J = rJ The Passenger Train Service of tile Bid FOUR Route provides 200 Passenger Trains per day rtquiriag for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25ParkrCars f i 1 I1It H T 20 DIning1 Atid Clf eMS I IR a dlJJW aitltltPctJlMII i f flE Sleepers are in Continuous Service OB the BIQ IFpU atldftsTUreItk IHSr WARREN j LYNCH WPDEFTB CcLhJs TktAzt AMtcrtAcuicau o Jirr IT X tt 1 tiF jjJ k- f NOW EADYI1I F ry t tD I To show the most complete uptoday line of i FALL DRY GOODS Ever brought to Hickman Every Department fill 1ed with GOOD THINGS t T = rk DRESS GOODS AND SILKS c r As Usual we have the cream of the market in the Dress Goods anti Silk line Black Silk Peau de Soie- Regular price 125 for Black Silk Taffeta Guaranteed Regular price 100 for 3G in All Wool Venetian Cloth All new Colorings at 36 in All Wool Stiipe Cheviots Blue Green and Brown atI 54 in Broad Cloth all shadesro Regular price 125 for 50 in All Wool Sacking All Shades at 38 in Satin Prunella and Solile now going at only 44 in Shark Skin Weave Navy and Green at I00 75 50 SO 100 55r 99- 1q00 90 T WAISTINGS- We show the largest line of Goods for Ladies Waists in the city consisting of solid colors fancy and Persian French Flannels Fancy and Plain Velvets for Waists also the new est Velvet Cordsthe vuy latest for Waists or Suits Handsome line Embroidered French Flannel t Waist Patterns T DRESS TRIMMINGS See our line of Dress Trimmings Silks Velvets Appliques Medallions etc JTTF C TT7Tr TTTTTTr DRESS SKIRTS t We offer some stylish nv GarmQnt5iln SkisfegmtJ TSilk Skirts New Walking Skirts with ripple bottom also the new Norfolk Walking SkIrt T T1 V JACKETS BlackinAutoMobile Cloaksranging in price from 500 TO 25OONice line Misses and Infants Cloaks and Jackets BLANKETS I thebest104 White X350AllWool124 White Best AllWool California I Blankets for only 750T T v T FLOOR COVERING Mattings Oil Cloth and Linolium Rugs and Art Squares The prettiest line of Rugs to be seen anywhereRrussels Sm ruin and Moquette Nice Line Art Squares Ingrain all wool 850NewT T T rT rTI MILLINERY Ye carry all the new styles in Ladies and MissesTTeadytowerr Sailors and Walking Hats i 2fJc to 25CAlso nice line Infants Caps 1T TTT rrrLEADERS TT1Trt OUTING FLANNEL at 8 and 10c PERCALESat 8 and 10c CANTON FLANNEL good values 5810y Yd wide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c Yd wide BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4Z I LOT CALICOES only 3Jo I NEW BELTS NEW CHATLEAINE BAGS I r 1 f T = rY I 4 BID DOE 4- F f E F r I WATSON DEADII Watson an old and highly 1I1GREEN of this county died last and was buried eflningDI witnessed in this community for many I f ijjfwho knew him He leaves a wife amTi six children to mourn his low Ho waf- an honored and worthy member of tfif Cumberland Presbyterian Church nUd fratelnity considered a just honorable fair elin Christian RURAL mar lIVERYIIII VIA CLAYTON AND CRYSTAL rENNESSEEtt P O Inspector Rising who was in Hickinan Thursday and Friday last looking over the proposed free rural delivery routes elected to maif gurato the route by the Troy road to Clayton and Crystal returning via Combs Springs and the Dyersburg road The carrier will leave Hickman each morning immediately after the arrival of the Nashville mail train and return the evening of the same day The peo pIe along the routes will be supplied at their homes with their mail free of any cost The carrier will bo authorized to receive mail anywhere register letters attend to money ordure Ac Several other free delivery routes from Hick man are to be commenced soon There was some defect in tho petitions requesting the other routes THE PESSIMIST f Like tho drunkard the pessimist fc the victim of a terrible habitor a disease as some would call it By a man putting the first glass of liquor to his lips to drown his troubles he takes tho first step toward becoming a drunk ard So it is with tho person who be comes a pessimist A person may place all his faith in an enterprise party creed or person oppositetois loudly denounced by lam He may complain of being a victim of bad steptowardbccoccurrence of other such events to blast his hopes ho is led slowlyI into pessimism He becomes by degress a chronic pessimist and will no longer placo faith in anything beneath the sun He points tho pessimistic finger at tho occurrence of every ovent and predicts that it will bring an ovil result to some one In the last stagoxif simism ho comes to be k grumbler and is a v around the- ELECTION 1 ut OFFIC FULL LIST OF MEN NAMED BY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS The Election Commissioners of Fulton Ii County namely Henry Knignt J WIIf Cowgill and Sheriff Stubblcfiold met It in Hickman Friday and named the fol s lowing election oflicers to servo in the Ij November election judgeBill i J O Brann sheriff judgeEdW T Carr sheriff judgeBA II Leet sheriff West Hiuknmu G S Williams judge A M Debow judge iT A Led ford Clerk H N Cowgill sheriff CayceJ W Naylor judge A E sheriffS i IThomasI J F Little clerkII judgeWeiJim Russel sheriff judgeAclerk John McGravy Sheriff FOR A MONUMENT There should and will be a generous response to the call for funds to be i devoted to the erection of a nionuma to tho late President McKinleybDemocrats and unite I whosehonestywhose inte nerebeenhis tastes his virtuesworthy of a place in tho memory of hisIi countrymen TARIFF REFORM It is only natural that Republican sentiment in the West should now be sutjectbrought about either by u frank surren thhighmedium of certam In this issue which has arisen within theIsupport tr tariff reduction because the truth has fupublicI9 evil to the country at large LOST f One Smith Wesson pistol singlel arilFinderg came to A BONDURANT I1J rr e8eee FJL oPE I 1 I II- IIII OCTOBER I III IilI 3with others compare our selection compare thee I I quality compare prices compare decorations andII s if ours are better than others tell your friends IInot tell us I i IIii J I i I I I AMBERUS X A A i iiJc = oA f I f iitt- Jg Material ROUGH AND DRESSED BEN lUMii y and Windows Shingles f and Cement t1 IIDoors Builders Hardware 01fi Paints Oils etc 1 r 7- II ESTIMATES ft CHEERFULLY K FDIlXISHEl 7 i IfEED STUFFS Hay Outs Corn Bran etc ctcii IL P WS o j ttGONDEMNED TO DIE Czolgosz the assassin of President SlKiuloy has been tried by tho court and condemned by the jury to die HeII Will be electrocuted AItl OF THANKS Wo wish to thank our friends and ihcighbors for tho kindness shown us luring the illness and death of our hus hasta great comfortand wo prayGods 1c + nRs upon them and us Mus G B WATSOX AND FAMILY MARRIEDrIn Union City Wednesday Sept 2T Mr Frank Twigg of Fulton and Miss I Sola Stnbto of IIickuiiu The bride il an exceptionally bright and worthy young lady a daughter of the late Porter Stubbs and we learn that the bride groom is a worthy young farmer a ji son of Mr Theo Twigs May all their golden hopes bo realized NOME BAUEIt Hickman parties have purchased the steamer Mouio Manor train the Puducah Towing Company They will use her in loc al1 towing fur the milts of that place Paducah Democrat This boat arrived in Hickman Wed nesday and is owned by Messrs Chas Hacketfc Jas PICkett and Tom Thomas It will bo used in tho corn trade this season rTinner ilcr Mr O E Smith the tinner thor touchly competent und skilled is now with R B Hrevard Roofing and all hands of Tin Work Give him a call R B BRKVAED tf L t j u INT ER NATI NAIM CLOTHES ARE WINNERS THE CLOTHES MADE BY The International Tailoring Co of New York and Chicago won approval from the first and they keep on winning new friends every day v THEIR POPULARITY HAS SPREAD ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES fi fare strong reasons for this continued endorsement THEREgood dressers They arcr1 QUALITY ALWAYS HIGH LLr IFITI PRICES LOWEST 1 TT1113ii SAMPLES CAN BE SEEN AT J H C AMBERG J IOFF FOR WASHINGTONiC I Woodland Mills Sept 24 1901 Hickman Courier I will leave in com pany with my mother and wife Sept 27 via St Louis for Seattle Wash whero mother will spend the winter with three of her children who are lo cated there Wife and I will return over Southern route via Portland San Francisco Salt Lake City and Denver where wo will spend several days each On my roturn I will settle permanently in Lawton Oka Resoty J W MARTIN Jr n A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Williford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Buck b leus Arnica Salvo quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Boils Piles and all skin eruptions Its the worms champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by Cowgill Cowgill i JH FULTON MUST HURRY Union City Sept 25A few citizens eveningandCityRailroad troubloin tiTheIiiingi day of Maj Harris meeting with the J toFultonJi1nmI 2 iiroadare 1 1 interested in the enterprise and will j i 4their iI ti tl4 1M PORT ANTlf For tho next JO days f aLine i tEregulart UarorEEHickm n Ky fIH i ft fM r itV j ll- j r l j itIr I l1k Smwiwummuiuiwrniuw mmuuummuuttmmmmg = t1 = I c =r SPECIAL tt ttI tt 4I L AUTUMN DISPLAY rv I r ssales = OF THE NEW I i41 = w f i Millinery b rf= E Dry Goods p E p j Jackets Shirt Waists c rp ip Tuesday Oct I- And I rrrrt f = L Continues Through the rrfWeek r 4 t +p i You are cordially invited to E Jl be present fii i 1Iin n W S ELLISON E K uu mmiuu wmuuumm iu uumwmmuui mu l ADDITIONAL LOCALS fr New Id ea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Many wagon loads of new cotton are now coming into the Hickman market Opening at Ambergs Tuesday October first- Meetings of the Allied Third part have developed a peculiar trick of shrinking almost into invisibility just as the chairman calls them to order If you want something upto date in Shoes go to Ambergs Now is the time to paper your house Beautiful Paper from 6c to lOc a single roll Chopper grades from 3c to 5c a roll WILSONS BOOK STORE There seems to be a gradual shifting of the uncertainties concerning the bat tee of Santiago that should make some naval officers very uncomfortable Tts public however will bo satisfied if the truth comes out TAKE NOTICE If you have any old rchool books that you wish to exchange bring them in at once We will allow you all they are worth Books must be brought in be fore October 15th WILSONS BOOK STORE EMULES FOR SALE Two young mules for sale Apply to S64w L H BACON Ilickman Ky J800 POUNDS OF SILVER i In its Obion items the Troy Newsy Banner publishes this Judge Harris and Lanchlaud Donald soft came over last Wednesday night and on Thursday morning met the early train which brought 13000 in silverThe SubTreasury at St Louis scut a special messenger with it who stood over it with a gun until it was delivered to them This amount of spcole weighed about 800 pounds and rriedsrried through in n surrey to use as change tojpay cotton pickers Steer Death Off 1 1EB Munday a lawyer ot Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger He says My brother was very low with persuadedhimhe WaS800nnch better but continued theiruse until he was wholly cured I am auto Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills disease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles fe male complaints gives perfect health Only 60c at Cowgiil drug store iwe i j 4 1 w 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 For 6OOOFor3000u ThirdII 1 II e 1500Fourth 10U00 1 500Sixth400uSeventhII 300II20 each S10O amounting 2001 II II II I 5000u500It0 10U113060 1630OAIn case of tie guesses prize equally divided 1901The1891 was 795631 1896 was 1892u 861625 1897u 8640221893 835604 1898II 7931691894 776819 1899II 92O872 104912Guess6000An additional prize of 6000 for t correcguessbequallye The Conditions are 100 for a years subscription to the WeiEnquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess S1OOO for ten yearly esIigeeNoWeekEnquirerExGov R L Taylor of Tennessee and Mrs Alice PItts Hill of Montgom MondayIllsgenius of Love Laughter and Song will turn the cornucopia upside down and crowu him and his bonnie bride with all the health wealth happiness and prosperity that can come to mortal on earth The State GazetteI nilwholoburg Gazette TROOPS SENT Gov Beckham in response to acnll from Circuit Judge Nnuu has sent two companies of the State Guards to 3ilad isdnvilie Ky to assist the civil authori ties in tho matter of the coal mine strike The companies from Owens bore and Bowling Green wore tho ones sent CHINESE PERVERSITY The Chinaman shakes his own hand insteadof yours t He keeps put of stePpwhen walking yitliiyou i inIHe puts his hat on salutationHe his boots instead of blacking them He rides with his heels in his stirrups instead of his toes His compass points Sout His women folks are often accompanlbygownsOften away t fruit of the melon and eats seedsHe on receivh gbad news this to deceive the e spirits His left hand is the place of honor He says westnorth instead of north west and sixfourths instead of foursixths His favorite present to parent is a coffin l + y I N 1 I li t r t HO THE VISITORS I i AKD OTHER NEWS 1TEDiit r I I inthe Miss Nellie Judge has returned from I a isit to Paducah f Prop in at Shaws on Oct 1st Youll sea charming display stemrWork commenced on Mr L P Elli f new residence Thursday visitingrCall and see the New Embroideries Excellent values at SHAWS Sundayr j daughter at ora Ark j You must not miss tho Grand Open ingjDisplay of Fall Goods at Shawson Oct 1 Cityvtsen I Tiptonville I i Laundryri 25 per CuffsShoe j D W Dickinson is in Louisville this week compromised courting The suit is likely to be 1 Linef9rMi3s Ilonrietta Kotter ot Paducah I has gone to Washington City to attendIschool I this winte- rNobbiest line Neckwear at Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR Members of Charity do not forget to nextTuesdayMr and Mrs Will Ellison left Wednesday night for the PanAmerican Ex position Buffalo N Y fineShoesrJudge withdrawn Swiggart of Union City hasI candidateDonner CavItt leaves this week for Medical sity The railroad carpenters are now a LineHe 2im completed h the release of Emma Goldman friends tho hands and tfided license are again tassination 1 fJoK jine hundred Suits fort iu children that wo will ri sellJt3 PaducaLeiiiOrriltli CampbeliUreWoodsoud controlling stockholder EmbroideriesExcellent andInrgeHickman tomorrow n itll t They have 18000tine 0passed performers The show promis i caliGoodRoadsconvtiMiddleWestors appreciate the importance of firstclass highways fiYouI are cordially invited to Atte our opening Tuesday October 1st AMBERO- illAVE you a sense of fullness in tho re glen of your stomach atter eating If- S yon will be benefited by using Cham TabletsThey ash They regulate the bowels too Cowgillti LOSTA spectaclesChristiankIYwas the DoigoMns A protracted meeting has been in progress at the Methodist church this week Rev Mr Hood of Humboldt conducting the services Dr Evans tHe pastor was taken sick Monday night and therefore unable to assist in hewasmuchmons are attracting more and more in terest each nicotine LADIES you are cordially invited to view tho magnificent display in our store Tuesday the 1st Shaw andGrace11The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society CourtDavidElizabethJohnsonpetition that they held a policy in the company on the life of Robert Johnson Ilewho died in I ickman county on Jan uary 14 1901 for 2000 They want mtorestfrom orderand David Johnson ellOthC Line Heavy Fleeced Underwear for 39c at Shoe Store RICE d NAYLOR laundry SoapinSTOKEaNew Idea Patterns lOo at y Ii 1 il SlIMYSiL n =lJJr ro r YOU GET MORE THAN x r SHOES AND OXFORDS HERE I YOU GETSATIS SATISFACTION You can buy footwear in most any grocery store nowadays Do you want the experience of years the knowledge of leathers and their leak W ers and have Shoes fitted properly with goods ex changed or your money back Its only dealers that know their goods and I IIj ml fG T OUR ARMORED CRUISER IFOR BOYS WEAR 1 gives double the service of any hoys shoes on the G113 4 market t1t1- jS RICE NAYLOR I STOREtw w aw 6J 47 V FOR THE EEaT f tiCi i IN- CROCERIES I III AI 14Ys1 Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds TTPTODATE CBOCEEYf WITTINOS OLD STAND 1 FreeFRESFIClinton Street Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E r1T3Li3ICD 1853 WM DILMSTe 1 Sr Propr Supwuor to n 0 Kiniagfl decd l M nrbU ali G L anit3 Monu ments CURBING i7rovlE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING cf e Hiofanxan Xy riR WZEBTZR FINS WElISRIESL WINES BRANDIES AND QIIS r A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADEif 1 GIVE YOU THE BEST y VALUE FOR THE MONEY i- li jJf UNION CITY I ITENN E SSE EITHE COURIER 100 A YEQR t t it r V w+ r- fx jt t q fi t t Gi ftSS C i c kr- tg l FROM ALL OVER THE STATE Rt I BLOODY ENCOUNTER j A Wagon Usedas a Ilnrrlcnde In a Fight Two lieu Hurt One Probably Fatally Richmond Ky Sept JXcws lias reached bore ot n Moody encounter t Kriday morning at Iouml Hill be wtiveencue side nnd Frank Tussey a farmer ton the other Tnssey was on his way to his tobacco field and was over taken by the Curtis brothers who were armed with shotguns Theyat once opened fire on Tusseyv1io I promptly returned the shots from behind his wagon A desperate battle followed TusKey received 14 No J shot in his back and arms and is thought to lie mortally wounded J sire Curtis received a bullet in the t leg anemones iuth6 Jioulder Albert Curtis escaped unhurt After the l shooting the Curlises galloped away leaving their victim for dead Con I stable Iulley has gone to the scene A woman is said to have been the cause oftlie fight CHURCHES DRAPED a IciuorlitI Service Were held by All TcnoiiilnntloiiH in loultvlllc Thursday Louisville Ky Sept Oll the Mit i memory of President Me Jviiiley Most of the edifices were draped in black The congregations which attended were surprising in point of numbers thousands of peo pie joining in the tribute to the be loved chief executive Eloquent ndrJ t Presses were made and in each church the presidents favorite hymns Lead I Jvindly Light and Nearer My God to Thee were sung Business was t suspended anil the schools were clos ed Public buildings were locked tight all day The observation was general throughout Kentucky The of governors proclamation made the day a legal holiday and no more busi in myjsi than was necessary was trans acted Every city town md hamlet throughout the state joined in the na tiqris day of mourning V SHOT AND KILLED i They KorKt the Iast to l lIne ia u KntaVi SVrfMtUiiR latch = 4fLhontlrrlxt Large l Tnez Ky Sept 21John toJlettt ngetl IF was shot and instantly killed l y Lindi ey Wells aged 20 on Greasy creek Ten years ago they quarreled I at school and were chastised by their teacher They had not exchanged theyrr met by chance and decided to forget past differences Thursday they en gaged in a friendly wrestling match In which Mollett threw Wells who I thereupon whipped out a pistol and ahot Mollett four times each ballI penetrating his skull Wells is still at large 5 l 4 POOLROOMS TO OPENt IrcpnrntifdiM Are IleliiKT Made a t LuxiiiKtfMi to lltKlii O cr- atioiiH A gain Texihgion Ky Sept 23 Prepara tions lire being made for the opening I of two poolrooms in this county The III grand jury will adjourn during the xveek and with the promise of pro tection in the county the rooms can l e safely conducted The only differ ends will be that they will slot becasy of access One is to be located in a xnaltlinuse in North Limestone street jind the other in the basement of theI old rave track clubhouse 1cgrocs ArrcMlcd- IIr VranUfort Ky Sept 20UccauseIz they proceeded to have the colored1 i aptist church built after a was refused Martin Boyd T L 35rpoks and Robert Parrent Negro t members of the colored Bap tist church of this city I were rrested Thursday afternoon on the charge of unlawfully erecting nI nuisance The objection to the churcht l cingbuiltthere is that it is directly opposite the governors mansion The erase will belicanl in the city court ci yriOayvt t tChurchwan Fell 1rinceton Ky Sept 3ln tearing away the old Presbyterian church here which is to be replaced by a i nodem structure Less Wylie was killed and llonto Willitt severely in jured i STrltclimvn Out Louisville Ky Sept 21sfrike- 4f 40 switchmen employed by the Ken titekyits Indiana bridge across the Ohio river here has caused a tie u- a P J of freight trains which affects eight railroads liitetXhtg McSamara mdIi Lexington KSept 3The man Y sirrestctl in Sacramento Cal under suspieicn of being King 3lcNamara t anted here for killing lacob Keller St is Mot McXamara The local police 3kavc receiver a photograph of tli- malt o J under arrest and it Is not Mc 1SlIlIItr Rcclvcr Xitpolutcd- vi Tjouiswille t Kyft Sept 23 Judge Barker appointed Capt John If fer receiver for the Louisville Sa tCIjJ Bond Co The company has solvent fer aBle time Y r t 1Ft r tiv INNOCENT MAN SHOT lie AVnn Taken ins the Murderer ofI J Ilnrrj UinlKcr surd AVas fleeing From rrctIWinchester Ky Sept 23A coloredI man stealing a ride on a freight train going east over the C R 0 railroad as detected here Sunday after +too n by the train crew lie answered so nearly the description of the man who murdered Bookkeeper Badger at New port that the train was checked n- and p notice was given to the city po lice Ollieer Tarpy arrived and as he I did the man jumped from the traintand started across tire fields ScnralII shots were fired tad finally the fug 1 tive was brought down by a bulletII through his thigh He proved to becJohnny Moore a notorious character with a police record who claims thisi city as his home The police have has- him under surveillance for some timec1and it is known that he was not away from here at the time Badger was murdered The wound will not prowI I futaLIAT FRANKFORT Gov ricckliam Delivered a Knlnffj at the Memorial Serviced lIelIIn the Opera Hoiixe Frankfort Ky Sept Ot tile lcKinle memorial services Thursday the opera house was pacKed with 1tt 000 people and hundreds could not get in All the ministers anelchurchII choirs took part and short addresses I eulogistic of the dead president were made by Jov lieckhnm Judge Dur 1 and Rev J K Savage of thoI Methodist church 1 All stores were closed nail the city wore a general air of mourningI A aspectspect at Grr inii- Oreeniip Ky Sept 3A Negro believed to hun been the murderer J H IJadger of Newport has been seen at Several points in this countyI the last two days lie was first at Springville Saturday where the roar shal made an attempt to capture him but he escaped lie hits since beepI seen two or three times by others but has voided all efforts to conijifn1 nicntp Arith him The sheri fe on the lookout and hopes to capture him Suspect Arrester WniJnmstown Ky Sept 23 Slier iff iiiUer of Campbell county T iierc4 take charge of th Negro arrested on suspicion of haYing killed J1 Ii Badger of Kouthgnte Ky back ot Newport lie iis not certain the pris ones is the right man but will tnko him before Mrs Badger who was se verely wounded at the time her hus hand was killed loth Wnya Louisville Ky Sept 21Mr Hooker Held has the distinction o having served Louisville as mayor both as a democrat anti republicant lie was mayor from 18S5 totSii hat ing been elected tsa democrat La he became a republican and iis now president of the board of aldermen by virtue of which he is acting mayor while Mayor Weaver is away Stilt Filed fur Damages- sLouisville Ky Sept 23The fi r suit against the republican city andI county committee growing out of th primary of July 12 was filed by Dr P II Shelcywho was a candidate for coroner and who asks that he be giv en his entry fee of 5Atind 00 Ilan- ages 1 for the waste of time and blast ed hopes j t1ruo1r UlMhnmlecK Owensboro Ky Septa 21 AjJjt Gen Murray Friday afttrnoou o titied Capt Ellis in comimlujl of grin pany C of the KentuckystateI guardI to dismiss his men and allow them to go to their homes and theyweri at eonce dismissed The men have beheld en in the armory for several days expecting to be sent to Madisonville Uuloxlxcd by W C P Drccklnrldxe Lexington Ky Sept wTwo va audiences paid respect to themem ory of McKinley here Thursday Ex Congressman W C P Breckinridge a colleague of the dead presidcn bn the ways and means committee congress made the principal address at the opera houserA Sterling Candidate Lexington Ky Sept 21Pettl Sterling one of the most promising candidates for the Futurity and hot isville prize was given a workout Sun day at the local track in 218 He in the Chandler stable Mol Looking for Him Winchester Ky Sept 23lFrank Ayers threatened his wife with death He drove her and his children into the streets and they were found seeing c shelter They were provided f and a mob is now looking for Ayers School Children Wore Crepe Stanford Ky Stpt20Scniccs were held Thursday afternoon in the First Christian church All tars of the city participated 1ubl school children marched to church in a body each child and teacher wcarI ing a crepe Union Menibrlnl Service Lebanon Ky Sept 20 Uniou mc Dapjust 1 r Hwowapi a FINANCIAL POLICY IS B IExtrnvneant Way In Which n II 6 lien Goera1uient Ti rantelower price for securities andstocQf all kinds because many of the spec lators arc unable to borrow monfiwR a rate that will leave any mnrgrf profit So but few want to buy stogS borrowtdII1QiVoni of forced to sell There are theremore sellers than buyers and dpfnrI go the prices When the bankstlhl pforthat they Itbutwij I at a rate sometimes tIup to even GO per cent and in times of AIXow1 nthat tIdid not concern the people of theUiift ed States and that therefore the Qom ernment and the treasury would ot be interested But it appears that Scretary Gage when the late fiurrrflBurred issued an announcement thn t he would receive proposals forthesaje jhda treasury amount could be paid to the banks or to thcwer who sold the bonds and thus addjo the money that could be loaned jHe i also sent the following telegram 1o the chairman of the Clearing Iloiile association of New York Recognizing the unfavorable influ once upon general business alTairjfof a continued absorption into the pub lie treasury of revenue beyondx penditurc I have directed that10Icoming internal revenue receiptsbe placed with national bank depositaries until a balance with each is reached1I equal to the par value of the bold s held as security from such deposita rigs This will divert about 3000Xo j from the treasury aulttThe secretary will today invite proposals for the sale to the gamin II j sugar of 20000000 of United States t bonds other than thenew twos lei believed that these steps will obirate the otherwise possible embarrass meats which are pointed out in yijjur telegram of yesterday 4 All this means that the United StatesI treasury is helping out the bull sic 1 nla tors by buying heel the bomls 4at a very high premium that not h1a ago the government sold for par era a small advance nnd in addition to thai loaning them T 000000 without intt terest When it is lonsidrd thatr the treasury has already lonin tn th r Itinks nearly S100000fHK without in j tcrest which they hat hd fr ovr two years it will be easy to underst how the bank and the t flies lire able to paysac Wends n It wouWflpTTtttf States treasury was i terested in these great tutions and was anxious to W accumulate nl the toot money 111 t I 1te country so that they can iutate thl price they shall have to thus who must borrowThus through these underground workings of the financial end of th payingPH they pay money foi ftUXlS and then the government loans i to the banks without interest and tit hanks loan it to the people at thehigh est rate they can make them pay This is the extravagant way in whit h the republicans ore running the fins nj vial affairsof the government By keeping up most of the war taxes and the high tariff they are collecting morq money than they can expend even will tthe enormous present ppropria I 1and yet those who advocate revising taxeseonj those products which are monopolies of the trusts are denounced as disloyal to the government j BRYAN AGAINST VIOLENCE i 7cIirnnUn llneltlSpcnle fr the 1 mocraey HeKnrtUns 3IcKinlcys Asln dnntlon At the democratic convention of Lancaster odunty Xchrnskn in which Lincoln the home af Mr Bryan is sit uated he delivered an address in whit I he said Wp meet here under circumstance of distress to all parties the resiil of events at Buffalo I have been glat jto see that democratic ont restso3 lotions condemning the cowardly andj expanded ini1 repuhncans SJT1tJlenough to hide behind theJ p04Uticalj Our sympathy is as sincere ando sorrow just as greate are sorry that there is to be found in this nation vitn lence to change the nations head isThere is a lawful remedy for every evil1 There is not in any democratic or pop Mist platform a single utterance that would justify any effort to change t laws by violence and bloodshed We Ire in favor of a government adminis tered so as to briiigit so near to the people and so pliant to the popular orwill that everybody may hope fort e dress fr crest wrong m That is the position of democrats ill oec tlt lanqanll tverywhere fli Se wprds of the great leader will be ii A sorted DUll approved l Jiee international fait trust as au asu qThisrII1g for all of us jf they can control rite supply Salt beef ham bacon a fish win soon be a luxury S The Monroe doctrinetd ritworry any of the European nations ff they do not visit America on any lami il1 I stealing expedition if n rr- k u v 1- P ffi NOTHING BEING DONE aleaxureii to Control the Trnpta lIa1I Xut Ilccn Irojicloil II the UCllnlallclllllt Thc plan of exSenator Chandler for controlling the trusts and ruB road combines by congressional and state legislation is no doubt the right one But what a commentary it is upon himself and the other leaders of the republican party thataCterClong terms in congress the whole growth of the trusts and- ailroad combinations has taken lace no law has been passed except the Sherman law to try and control Several bills have been posed by democrats in congress proAj committee of the senate on interstate commerce of which Senator handler was for years a member ever reported a bill to control the nor to amend the interstate E commerce law though the commis sign charged with its execution have for years in their annual reports alled special attention to what was but no action was taken Senator Chandler did make a fi htIagainst the antiscalper law and the help of the democrats especially Senator Tillman defeated it by dila tory tactics A great majority of the democrats in congress have been anxious and I willing to vote for antitrust legisla tion but the steering committee of the senate Allison Aldrich and PlattD would allow no such bill to be report ed As they are still in power and all the republican senators are con trolled by the railroads it is not robable that any such legislation will be forthcoming from the next congress Jf the exigency of the re publican party requires i show to be made against the trusts and from the SP lcJl of the late president at BuCR falo it is evident that he believed O thnthis party must take some ac tion it is quite safe to say that a loophole will be left large enough for the trusts and the railroad combines to eseape any serious damage The whole trmHIoC legislation since the war has bean to foster monopolies andn republican poli tician that is not in league with the railroad and at the bjiffk of the trusts is a stare axis and has about as much chance of bring rleited to manningtup hilTluiv is satisfaction 1 however in this crying aloud of Chaiuilr oxer the txranuy of the trusts He is alert to till Sinn of the times and openly savs that judgment is coming upon miblican party if it does not V ways He sees that the C3 icoming restless and that IL 1llieans can no longer be T rSlLli Tifbni i seS Time peo HSandinir action tkrlTCY OF THE FUTURE gl t AY lint wellny Expect from the Coot lug Ailiiitulxtrntloti of Ireal dent Hooxevelt totcall President lloosevelt an imperial r1st on what he has said and done in the past because he may become more conservative now he has as snared the high station and great power of president of the United States There is no doubt however that the president is a very ttrdent expansionist of the same school as the younger republican clique in the United States senate of whom Sena tor Lodge and Heveridge are choice expectna most strenuous administration of our relations with foreign affairs Hut a few weeks ago Mr Roosevelt delivered a sit address at Minneap olis In Hvhieh he expounded his views of our hopes and duties as a world power and he held up the Roman em pire at a pattern for this country toe copy in dealing with other nations Combating the opinion of what he termed some excellent people who believe we can shirk these world duties and others who seek to deter us from treading the path of hard but lofty duty by bidding us reniem cher that all nations who have achieved greatness that have ex 3pandcd and played their part as world powers have in the end passed away he answered this by citing IIthat tlie Roman has passed away exactly as all nations of antiquity very memory has vanished while he himself is still a living force through out the wide world in our entire civilization of today and win so con Unite through countless generations through untold ages urthanrI this and said it was the dutyof civ ilfoed nations to conquer barllrous ones nnd subdue them to civilization and claimed this was what we were doing in the Philippines and would have to do elsewhere heWhtn he was sworn in as president he took special occasion to say that the policies of the late administra tion would be fully carried out so look forward to an even that we may more strenuous imperial policy reciprocity and no revision of the tariff to control the trusts ship subsidies arid a general favoring of and monopolies and the money power uo legislation in the iinterest of the I ontloo3cbut it is to be hoped that President redRp11Stwelt will see more light on at f least some of these weighty matters The negro politician in the north ada troublesome question to the repub oflifive IIn the south their worry how much it will cost every four years to tix the delegates tonational conven algal f r 4 RELIABLE R Be BREYARD 9r A Has a Superior Stock of the best makeF all tndsNE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies i GOODS GUARANTEED AS 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trip will be sold via the gin Belt Route l1 I 1II Brffim1 Cairo and Memphis to points nArkansas Louisa ha Texas and 7 ndianVandOklaQmaTerritories il eatly reduced- isttli ftr = ui I fTei utt efte star to th sits f inttM Ypt rlNtdd IiH to 4rvrMdrer trlR tell you ghee ydtt taftIwiIIhostr + j IiIICIeji f7LMII TPL rsilltlll IdEll wr rTtixtdr rlt1 Leaves Chicago at 630 p m dilly vla etc CHICAGO MiLWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY r Arrlvea St Paul at 750l11 a dMinneaoli at e30 a m TH Only Perfect Train to tbs World r 1 f iu v sf s J TiI 1 1 i tl TItL 7 FeelBl ing Among Mankind Mentions illustrious Examples In IltH riSeruaonTbe Grace of Forgive Iter JiJlulncu a lug tildcent Word t YfIn this discourse Dr Taliuage com goodfEtUngpies of that spirit text Acts 342 The barbarous people showed us no little kindnessj Here we are on the island of Malta another name for Melita This islandI which has always been an important commercial center belonging at different times to Phoenicia to Greece PranceJnote belongs to England The area of the islands is 100 square miles It is inthe Mediterranean sea and of suchI clarity of atmosphere that Mount Aetna 130 miles away can be distinct Jyseen The island is gloriously memorable because the knights of Malta for a long while ruled there but most famous because of the apostolic ship J whiIch I gboardI driftiII ng r I She struck at what is now called St I Pauls bay Practical sailors have tak en up the Bible account and decided be I yond controversy the place of the ship wreck But the island which has s- oIjoI gh a coast is for the most part a I garden Richest fruits and a profu lion of honey characterized it in St Pauls time as well as now The finest I oranges figs and olives grew there When PauJ and his comrades crawl hungyry from long abstinence from food and I chilled to the bone the i I theyIdoors to the shipwrecked unfortun I Itss Everything had gone to the bottom of the deep bnd the barefooted bareheaded apostle and ships crew II Iwereitalitin a condition to appreciate ho About 25 such men a fe years ago I found in the life station i Islanid v I They had got ashore in the night fro t the sea and not a hat or shoe hadJ flheytleft They found out as Paul at hfs fellow voyagers found out that theiik tea s the roughest 01 all robbers J text finds the ships crew ashore Malta and around a hot fire dryi themselves and with the best provis I I the islanders can offer them AndI I they go into government quarters f- i j i three days to recuperate Publius t ruler inviting them although he hr I severe sickness in the house at the j time his father down with a dangerous j ilness Yea for three months tht w8ctaycdjjllihiP and putting the hospitalities c11 islanders to a severe test But t endured the test satisfactorily and N isrecorded for all the ages of time at j eternity to read and hear in regard I the inhabitants of Malta The bar i 4 barons people showed us no little kindtt IlesII Kindness What a great word this It would take n reed as long nsJthat which the apocalyptic angel usedJI Ito measure Heaven to tell the lengt t ethej breadth the height of that muni iirecent word It is a favorite Bible word i and it is early launched in the book r ofrJoshua t embraced inthe book of Ruth I i sworn by in the book of Smu t crowned in the book of Psalms and en throned in many places in the New Testament Kindnessi A wordSmore gentle than mighty Iexpect it I will wrestle me down before I getare Ithro1ghitll it It is strong enougha aItV throw an archangel But it will bE- en for us to stand around it andI warm ourselves by its glow as PaulI difd nis fellow voyagers stood aroundIl the fire on the Island of Malta tvhe rearm the Maltese made themselves imm- t orhe sal in my text by the way they treateelthe t their victims of the sea The harJ t kinnessd I kindness AU definitions of that jnultipotent word break down hallC way You say it is clemency benign ity generosity it IE made up of goodJJ wishes it is an expression of ben efiacres cence it is n contribution to the hap piness of others Some one else sasCWhy I can give you a definition of kindness it is sunshine of the soul ithe is affection perennial it is a climatic grace it is the combination of allsae graces it is compassion it is the per feet ion of gentle manliness and womt nriliness Are you all through Youa have made a dend failure in your defisin nition It cannot be defined but we all know what it is for we have all felt its power Some of you may have felt it as Paul felt it on some coast of rock ns the ship went to pieces but more of us have again nnd again infisome awful stress of life had eith erin1 from earth or Heaven hands stretched out which showed us no little kind+ s ness if There is kindness of disposition a kindness of word kindness of act and impersotna i tidn of nil of them Kindness You cannot affect it You cannot play it as a part You cannot enact it You can k kItottdramntizcit By the grace of G oil you must have it inside of you an ever lasting summer or rnther combina lion bflJune and October tilt geniality t of the one and the tonic of the otherIiY It cannot dwell with arrogance orthe spile or revenge or malevolence A tits first appearance in the soul allL these Amalekites and Gergishites and Hittites and Jebusites must quit and K quit forever Kindness wishes every body well every man well ere r 1birqvei I1f s t A 1Lju J z rL i more need of societies for prerenti of cruelty to animals no more need of protective sewing womans asoci swurdlwould not cut skin deep a unwheel every buttery till it could not I roll and ranks gunpowder of no more agavingness is dhiuel id ytinsedulously cultivated until it fills all the nature with n perfume richer a- more pungent than mignonette and Ojbeautyor in some corner where nobody can see it you find people walking agoLitriot your room looking this way and that flfJookingforVand gois1 viglionpsthingLet us air pray for the spirit of ti tInglo ness It will settle a thousand ques lions It will changt the phase of cv erything It will mellow through and through our entire nature It tic illall byingi nuThatgiitervery much alike and if I should put in your hand a petunia and a morning you could hardly tell which j petunia and which the morning glory But the morning glory blooms only n few hours nnd then shuts up ff for the day while the petunia is in as widespread a glow at 12 oclock at noon and six oclock in the evening as i at sunrise lad this grace of kind i ness is not spasmodic it is not inter I mittent is f0itt andclear ficofgeteilit get not come by haphazard but through cul I ture under the divine Thistles presRocky moun I faun sage gross grows without culture a Mullein stalls grow without culturei TUButcon sert atory its leaves jndeepj0obliged lugscarnagewof thturedtnfloral in nmfJtodenv wjStillkiyLidpets1 you 1 aiy sitingngor himionof heardIor the Norbetterhor pundcr tongue for the production of ithappiness or misery One would think cagedeyhns inold itofi5of itmouth to tIle book part of t eest ititis lotsdIrjaw so entheby teeth of the upper jaw m ore wivoryttthepower compression t natand of withstanding these four imprison Wjnientsbynohover of the tongue and the dangerous results laceration scarification and OidamnationfOh say the cordial thingt Say the in useful thing Say the hospitable It elthug Say the helpful thing OUJfr the Christlike thing Say the hi dSa5thing I admit that it is easier for some temperaments than for others ome are born pessimists and some born optimists and tLat demon W strates itself all through everythingr is a cloudy morning You meet a pessimist and you say What weath er todn He goiugland waterproof coat show thatwis honest in that utterance On same block a minute after you an optimist and you say What do you think of the commercial pros pects and he says Glorious Crops not so good as usual but for the demand will make big prices We are going to have such an autumn fI- 1Od winter of prosperity as we have seen On your way back to your store you meet a pessimist mer What do you think of the commercial prospects you ask and answersuYell I dont know Wheat and corn crop blasted in Kan nnd Missouri and the grain felt gamblers will get their fist in andI hay crop is short in some places in the southern part of Wiscon they had a hailstorm and our business is as dullas it seer was You will find the same difference in judgment of character A man oft good reputation is assailed andI charged with some evil deed At the story the pessimist will believe guilt The papers said so a l thats enough Down with him The optimist will say I dont be jI liege a word of it I dont think that I man that has been as useful and seemingly honest for 20 years could have got pff track like that There the are two sides to this story and I will are wait to hear the other side before 1 condemn hits My hearer if vou for are by nature a pessimist make a special effort by the grace of God to in- 1extirpate the dolorous antisthe hyp er fire critical from your disposition Be nothing against anytiooy until wrong is established by at least two witnesses of integrity And if til guilt be proved find out the extenuat Daingaxindness 7 a id IIall night pray for it until we get it ness wordII beenonaffected by the letter of introduction ca Brunswick Theological seminary Lidsoft for me a boy under him when settlement in whichwas seeking a to preach the Gospel That letter first pulpit Dr Vane me my has been dead more than 30 yet 1 feel the touch of that magnificent old professor Strange sensation was it when I received u- Lid kindi message front Rev Thomas Guard of Baltimore the great Meth orator six weeks after his By way of the eternal world Oh no by wayof this world I did meet the friend to whom he gave the message until nearly two months Thomas Guard had ascended you can start a word about some one that will be on its travels and orous long niter the funeral has been sung at your obse Kindness Why iif 50 men all with it should walk through the lost world methinks they would almost abolish perdition j Suppose all this assemblage and to whom these words shall come printers type should resolve to kindness an overarching under and all pervading principle of theij life and then carry out the res olution Why in six months the whole earth would feel it People- is would say What is the matter It seems to me that the world is get ting to be a better place to Jlive in Why life after all is worth living Why there is Shylock my neighbor r has withdrawn his lawsuit of fore closure against that man and because a he had so much sickness in family he is going to have the house one year rent free There is an old lawyer in that young lawyers of and do you know what he has gone in there for Why he is help bigIvious decisions and making out a brief for the boy Do you know that strange thing has taken place in the and all the old ministers are helping the young ministers and all old doctors are helping the young and the farmers are assist each other in gathering the har vest and for that farmer who is sick neighbors have made a bee as call it and they have all turned to help him get his crops into the garner And they tell me that the olderj and more skillful reporters have permanent positions on pn are helping the young fellows who are just beginning to try and d- Ant o not know exactly how to Jo it after a few erasures and interpola tions on the reporters pad they say ow here is It readable account of that tragedy hand it in and I a sure the managing editor will tak r And I heard this morning man whose three clnldrc1 hot debate us to who shouVJI him in his declining da son declared that it Wi because he was the oldest youngest said it was his right was the youngest and Mary y her right because she better un her fullers vertigo and rheumatism nnd poor spells and knew better how to nurse him and the only the difficulty could be settled was the old mans promise that he would divide the year into three parts and spend a third of his time with each of them And neighboring stores the same line of goods on the same block are acting kindly to each other seems to me that those words of Isainji are being fulfilled when he The carpenter encouraged th goldsmith and he that smoothed the hammer him that smote the anvil saying it is ready for the soldering hat If the matter It seems to me our old world is picking up Why the millennium must be coining in Kind ness has got the victory My hearers you know and I know we are far from that state of things But h not inaugurate a new dispensa tion of geniality If we cannot have a millennium on a large scale let us have it on a small scale card under our own vestments Kindness If this world is ever brought to God that Iis thing that will do it You cannot fret the world up although you may the world down You cannot scold it into excellence or reforma tion or godliness And while we take the matchless kindness from God maj it be found that we have uttered our last bitter word written our last cutting para graph done our last retaliatory action our last revengeful heart throb And it would not be u bad epitaph for any of us if by the grace of Grid from this time forth we lived such benefi cent lives that the tombstones chisel could appropriately cut upon the plain slab that marks wit grave a swages lion from the text1e showed us no little kindness Hut not until the last child of God has got ashore from the earthy storms that drove Him on the roclyLiddons not until all the thrones of Heaven are mounted and all the con querors crowned and all the harps and trumpets and organs of Heaven are thrummed or blown or sounded and ransomed of all climes and ages in full chorus under the jubilant swing of angelic baton and we shall thousands of years hue seen the river from under the throne rolling the sea of glass mingled with and thisI world we now inhabit shall be so far in the past that only a stretch of celestial memory can recall that it seer existed ntaH not un then will we understand what Xe heminh calls the great kindness and vid calls the marvelous kindness Isaiah calls the everlasting kind of God CorrectedHoax t to settle10nxXo hes gone west to avoid settling Cincinnati Enquirer r S I II Xn UrdtanCTftteDon methtt out the horning eoroer rodown to buainese I favc to stop at the aPtto to studs which route will be the least creditornllausThankI+ loner1r1t1Ilb Chat1uu surely dont mean to sayhatf you duns owe anyone thatnoFar from 1 I can take that yI d andl itl pay to hesitate iastau Couriereels Tablehet ManiuandaneIdstnlgturdofhcuitt t pondedapprollrilltel andwwtth dignify to presentation rpeetli lie then liftde his I anHiein tokClI that the greatstun ostiSlnlewbSJPlllllg bacteriology seen to hitherSundast5oolsstoutly refused to Le httt that Gehazi became a leper on accountBins Xo genllii1ruthe1 s1011 FItEEIVrite11 AltelihaotJlo cures sWlatillg 1 damp wollen aChing feet Makes new ortg1it shoes easy Alnarrt use it to Break 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FOR DIZZINESS FOR FOR TORPID FOR FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE naryAatlHMn Senile xttualcl 1 St- Jacobs Oilibeats all records And always will 11- CuresA r f d Rheumatism I Sprainsji Weakneu of t the limbs and aU- Aches b and Pains Acts l e- magic Conquers Pain s fl ooy81 EXTRACT t Jj OFI W BEEF ItI tItW J We use the best lean l tbeef nil the IIl get from it and concentrate It toi+i the uttermost In an ounce ot our Ex of jYtract there is all the nutrition of many t+ poundspf beef flo tet more nutriment 1+J to the ounce is impossible 1 JIibbys Atlas of the World with 32 fc new maps size Ent inches sent any l where for locts in stamps Our t 1 v let How to Make Good ThIns to + IIEat mailed free r t libby rMcNeill Libby 1- t CHICACO t- t t +A44+ + t+T- TH STII W TE aOF t- IN CLQTHINGI THE WORLD BEARS THIS TRADE tA WERi 1 j FISJlBR PSADLHILACKORYruDW S TAU NOSU5STITUTES t ON SALT tYERYWI1EAg CAiALO U SrRcc- 3IIOWiUGFULL GARMENT UNEOfr IIi AJTCWt CQESa5TNMAsf IAINAWiNiED 1 AT ONCE WITH RIG To sell 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MiVetheelBte IReraatee WY 1 l- I Book p VbC paper once Y NEVER SOLD IN BULK I U ARANTEEDTOCVKEllJeJ x thaw woe wt i fa title world Tbtaisabsolute proof terlt aN ear seattrt We laae fatUi as HUcA aIMIolaelr aiebeZanteCs ClTIl them a fair behest trial aster tttttsPle a as- If cafe aotsatisfied after ads K ens leec box retara the as r ifret eurafeealart Jrse4r 1- taZRLIxu aKWfXY Ce JTXW TOY or CBUCAG c R wd+ t i E Y CUBA FREE NEXT MAY The Cubans are to take the reins of Government by the first of May This statement was made by Governor Gen jidentCuban electoral law as drafted by the convention at Havana r T 2Lff1 The first stake in the construction of the worlds fair at St Louis which iis to celebrate in 1903 the Louisiana pur cease was driven Sept 3 with proper ceremony The plan and scope of the forthcoming fair are on u scale ot un usual magnitude and it is promised that in point of size and value to the world in general it will come nearer to standard established by the Columbian exposition at Chicago than any other fair ever held in the worlds history Tho money Is athand for tho construction of the buildings and other needful expenditures the men chosen by St LOuis to lead in the work stand enough ia the estimation of their fello citizens to assure that their parts wil- ii MbeEDITOR DEFIANT Questlone sixsecretof the band of anarchists known as the Right of Existance group He was sub jected to a close examination but noth P ing connecting the Patterson anarchist with the attack on President McKinley was elicitedhf thoheadone to send him from this country lie defies any tine to scud him front this country He declares that the constitu tion of tho United States gives him theI right of free speech and guarantees the liberty of the press Ho says he has broken no law and that until he does ao hews safe He was coolly defiant in his manner toward tho secret service men CONFEDE IEREUNIONt Pursuant to motion adopted by the regiment at the reunion near Wickliffe Kentuckyetregiment V for the year 1901 will be held at Mayfleld Ky on the 10th and 11th of Oct next under the aus pices of Camp Mayfield No 1249 i The several Camps composing said 7th Kentucky Regiment U C V are here by notified of the date fixed for said re unions and are respectfully invited to attend said reunion with Lump equipNage etc necessary for a two ing and social reunions ori the grounds near Mayfield selected tor that purpose inviting anch friends to attend with them as they desire A barbecue has been arranged for on the grounds where meals can be had on reasonable terms and all confederates f and friends are invited to attend and enjoy the occasion T J Elmore Commanding Camp Mayfield No 1249 By Steve Elmore Adjt Papers of adjacent counties please copy RUSSIA AND FRANCE i 1 In the evidences of the existence of a close alliance between France and Rus sianow being developed by the inci dents attending theCzars visit to Francer and review of the French Army there A is material for especially interested En studyBritish and Russian officers alike j11tweenlikely to be precipitated at any moment wasIndiaItnow exists to an ominous degree both iin thisauoe disregard of British influence in thos territoriesFrances hatred of England is hered itary It is deeper and more eradicable GermanyItmoments in the course of the South Afdrican war Reverses to British arms were hailed with national acclaim Tho French people believe thatthe decadence and downfall of England would work thegreaterglory and dominion of Prance At no time will thenational temper of Englandi the field AGAINST ANARCHY With the prompt opening of the trial of Leon Czofgoez for the of President McKinley there should at the same time be in reality the begin ping of the end of anarchy iu the United States confronta anarchyintheircoBntry satisfactorysoIBaioI meets is December should take definite action toward its settlement Laws mabepaned which will enable tho representatives of established order t i deal efTecttvaly with the representatives of chaos and disorder The issue has beea forced te the latter They must BOW submit the results of their own bloody deeds- Anarchists of tho Herr Most and Em placin4incitestheir followers to crimes against the Government and Ameroan people 1 They hate the country which has shel- teredthem even more bitterly than the countries from which they were driven They wo Jd sooner assassinate an Amer icas President thaa a European mon arch Oaolgosz became an anarchist through tine teachings of Emma Gold MCKinlet dor s ty M aa anarchist to kill the Press f dent There are many anarcnists no i ia this coHBtry They are all animated by CzolgoszThesedealt with vider the law ol the laud If thislawM it now stands ia inade f qmice for the pttrpbge it aoat be made adequate Ko farther chances with awrchy way be safely taken by AmerI MM8Tu annnnniaatiottof President MoKiaky furntohea tragic proof of th- reelOSitry e I for prompt action against an 7 err r te c ACL f THE ISSUE Governor Vorheese of New Jersey has received an anonymous communication from Hoboken notifying him that it lie not keep his detectives away that town he will get what Mcl Kinley got It is believed that tin communication comes from Hoboke- narchistsa who have been close since the assassination of PreIff2 McKinley It should not be likely that the Gov ernor of New Jersey will allow threatst of this nature to deter him from the tall performance of his duty NofIJersey is particularly unfortunate as beI ing a railroad center and breediu place for anarchists It is incuwbe upon the State authorities to handle these gentry without gloves hereJfler if New Jersey is to fitly provo in Americanism The anarchist colonies at Patterson Hobokou and other New Jersey points should be broken up Tanner Here thewr noli w U Brevard Rooting and all k of Tin Work Give him a callIl RB BKKVABD OUR NEXT U SENATOR politicalsinsB McCreary as the United States Sen alas from Kentucky to succeed W J Leboe the present incumbent As the race now stands Gov McCreary has a winning lead for tho Democratic nom ination and since the Republican taui tight at Louisville in which a num er of the leaders attempted to boa Revenue Collector Charles E Sapp ffor renppointment to the collectorskip of the Forth District it has become certan- that ilia- There Democratic nomination will be equivalent to an election are four candidates in the field Congressman Chas K Wheeler of P darns Congressman David H Smith of Hodge ville Judge Jas H Cantril- of Georgetown and exGovernor Jas Otheremaining pair represent the Blue truss region Governor McCreary has perfected an organization which the I other candidates admit is superior to their own EDITOR ARRESTED JOHANN MOST MUST iNSWE FOR A RECENT PUBLICATION Johann Most has been arrested i- ew in York on a charge based on an ed thePreheitviolating city law by circulating an article tending to inflame the public mindWhen Oapt Titus of the New York police force was seen after the arrest of Most he held a copy of the obnoxious newspaper in his hands These is a placo on North Brother island for those suffering from smallpox and other contagious diseases said placesforderously inclined and we believe we- nca lied a place for men who publish such articles as this As he spoke he w newspaperCapt when Most was taken to headquarters ho protested that he had committed no crime and that all that had appeared in his newspaper were simply opinions in a new guiseI that had been printed andreprintedl voiced thousands of times in the fifty years The offensive editoriall is in part as follows The greatest of all follies in tin I world is the belief that there can be a crime of any sort against despots and t their accomplices Such a belief is in itself a crime Despots aro outlaws tie stir is among beasts To spare them iis everyingagainstthemis not merely a right it is also tin uty of everyone who has opportunity t oo carry it out and it will be his glory i be is successful toItis only with regard to men that there is a morality of consideration The morality against boasts is annihila tion The laws of despots are nothing more than decrees ot the sword the i property of nothing but robbery that punishment nothing but murder No man can be a criminal against their law Against their murderous lives the revolutionary can bo but a liberator of man kind In all the conflicts between reac oncourse the reaction is tho assailant Revolution is nothing but defense Murder as an instrument of defense not merely allowed it is a duty toward so professional We know our enemies we know the I all and everywhere personally can be absolutely no excuse if theyar again spared Whatever stands on the other side of the line which divides the camp of the ruling possessors of power from that of the people has come under theosentence The road of humanity leads over the peaks of barbarity That is once for all a law of necessity dictated by the reaction We cannot get around iit JIfJ wish for the means also If we wish the life of people we must wish the death of their enemies If we wish for humanity we are obliged to wish for murder We say murder the murderers Save humanity by blood and steel poison and dynamite Steed Death Off I E B Munday a lawyer ot Henrietta Ter once fooled a gravedigger He witwi malarial fever and jaundice I per suaded him to try Electric Bitters an he was soon much better but continue- their I use until he was wholly cured I 1 sac sure Electric Bitters saved his life I This remedy expels malaria kills dis ease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys andI i bowels cures constipation nervous diseases kidney troubles t male complaints gives perfect health l poly 100 at Cowfilk drug store I ii 7 y 90 r v I Pleasan Roomsl eOurfurniture will mal von comfortable and Youyt may you tvillenjoy13e eay while you live Our Say price hell wall to ease Lti f AIEgtI W Our iis talknta audience for your momv tnaii we Sun r lye for we a I iI treciate A prrtrnnanert f your money j Il 1800 j 1 tL 3oLi r u 0lC lC HI It fi 5 It rnltrpssesItI 1 I j J I MORRIS PHILLIPS 1 L d j 0 1 L LEDFORD BAND LE Groceries Fresh Moat assnstware 11nnf Lime and Cemento f i 1We carry everything usually found in firstclass notcustomersBI I ur motto isttliOOD GOODS rtt I FR PtUCE3 Try us Clinton Street Telphone oV Goods Promptly Delivered J W J BARRY f AT RUCKNEUS OM slim y ordeRr yonr one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED HORSESHOEING SPECIALTY 4 LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J j I J H POLLOCK Prop IFirstsurroyloPitronageID1 toto offm f NW BOOKS j STATIONERYr NOTIONS tt Ivtifthing tip to dateII MARY BERENDES S CO l ALiePittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will hiiv e prompt attention I All i FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR o DELIVERY r ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALS i Alex 4- Atightot Paris i Sni Terrory Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave Gen achh8hewonldtieiormorning Linlndbtit ah begged for Dr Kings New Discowkc llethfeConsnmPlonAfter taking she slept all night fur olarvaitkIll caeTrioalllr wgillsIi i t A ty CHAMUEItliAlNS tOUJH REMKHV A GREAT FAVORITE The soothing and healing qualities of this remedy its pleasant taste its prompt and permanent cures have made l oslleciallyfor croups colds and whooping cough as it always affords quick relief and r it contains no opium or othor llarmfl- drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to auadult For salo bv Cow gill iC Cowgill Illinois Central Railroad OF INTEREST TO c eQ O S UNSPORTATION TO AT aiTTHE ANNUAL MEET I CHICAGOfcjC1ioxtannual stock tI tinewi di WednesdayOctober pose of this meeting the Stock Trans fer Books will bo closed for the close o business t 21 to the 1Octoberwill be issued to holders of one or more shares of the capital stock of tho Illinois itj Central Railroad Company as registeredI on the books of the company a tickett enabling him or her to travel free over tho Companys lines from the station on tho Illinois Central nearest his o her registered address to Chicago ant11is return for the purpose of attending iin person the above meeting of stockhold ers Such ticket to be good fur tho journey to Chicago only during the four days proceeding and tho day oftrI the moeting and for tine return journey from Chicago only on the day of tho1 meeting and tine four days immediately following when properly counteniJned business Ethat500 p min time olUce of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Brneu in Ohi cage Such ticket may be obtained by any registered holder of stock on application in writing to the President off Company in Chicago Each application must state the full name and address off the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate wNofree in respect of any one holding off stock as registered on the books of the Company A G IIACKSTAFF Oia Secretary TO ALL PERSONS HAVIN FARMING TIMBERED 0 MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis Railway proposes to use its best MSgrants to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing1 Sites or Mining Property It therefor- solicits tIle support the cooperation an everthecounty through which Its linos pa Thomanagement earnestly requests lino rill persons who have farms for sale or- l no llasso those who have timbered lands + I for salewater power or mineral lands a will send a brief description of sumo to the railroad agent nearest them giving t priceslurlnl The management does it esto specalative0 prices Largo tracts suitable for colonizationI wanted et low prices a especially J ll KILLEBitEW Industrial nod Immigration Agent 1F SMITH Ilot Tratfo MuttaRe- rtiASHyILLEi TEitiS r Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed tolinstantly allay the pain and will healthe otltreatnloiityeseverePainBalmrhonmatissprains FnCowgill MUIKS FOR SALE 1 have 11 hendof muforSsiItoI mouthIuohSAlsor Hendersonj Ky gl in d reach of everybodyE C CO Hickman Ky m+xrsaetxv n NOTICE I estateArthur of I i notified to pleas como forward und Olaimllagainstj i luirodhyTan1BOJ J 0 BONDURANT Admr of KingFnk MtO TgOfNf1llOpTlNw + MMMy 9Noticed I i anc11IIurness nhave sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and see son thorn It will snrpriso 11butif you will call sold look his stock of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they aro uptodate in everythi in that lino and soil them at very lowest prices Call and us at Hickmau E1 E1Co1 lltefll11Oll1t t StoL1 3 Feeds For le 1 YOU HAVE HEARD OF- f INTER I NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee dons not do what is claimed for IfII will boyour money rcfundodII Now is the time to use it as Spring approaching and your horses cyst II undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertise but for the next 30 days will gi thelNTEBNATIONAL STOCK BUU illustrated with over IBS Large Colored that cost upwards of 53 00000 to produce Book is 9M by G in contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It save you hundreds of dollars as a practical reference book This tells all about International Stock Food You get it with a package ot food if yon personalGi ly MCCLURER51G Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders Loft atSShaws Dept Store- will receive prompt attention cCURED OF CHRONIC DIARRHOEA I suffered for thirty years with diar rhoea and thought I was past being cured says fohn S Holloway of spentdmoney so much that I had given up all hopes of E thetef do kind of labor couldnt even travel but by accident I was permitted to find bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after for taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that be in reach of all who suffer as I didu For sale by Cowgill it Cowgill FOR SALE A nice clean Stock of Goods at Cayce Ky A money making business good rreasons for soiling I also have a of Farms for sale Write for prices J F FALL poll Fulton Ky n wR Working Night and Day Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that over was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up tho health Only 25c per box Sold by Cowgill it Cowgill esP S MOORE A rrJ t A T LA W IIICK3LVA ENTUCKY Office partner of Judge IL F Rernloy 7DRI DAVIDSON JentistHICKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Oowgilla Hrnir Story jC JS BAKBR jQeixecal Gcacer Powell Block Clinton St Havin tmrchaseil the Grocery Stock of J J t0 Coiilnrm would be pleased to iqr nil nl1 III friends to call Fresh Goodg bud ChuicD Barlin II If Krmlcy Too 1Y Bennett BBNKETTI REMLfcY ATORNEYSATLAW == Courtsespeciallythe ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Rcmlcys in Hickman + MZnnQO CITY BARBER SHOP poretoparronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than wo old reliable barbers R U OALDWELL WILL OROWELL atAND PAINTS8 st6t11oWe have just received a largo ship omcnt of Nixed Paints Collier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the mark- etCowgillI r CowglzDRUGGISTS 1 4u a r- I ICARD T H ERSil j I ICONFECTIONERY I I I r emFRESH BREAD CAKES AND j f CONFECTIONERIESI I vCLINTONSTREET I liI1ICiJ1A KENrlJCKY Telephone Number 90 INSURE IN THE BUTUAL urarrI un INSURANCE CO s F JERSEYb0Established in 184ii The special advantages of a policy in the mutual Ben efit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in policya sad gradually diminishing ago 2 CAS1J LOANS Available at any time after two years premiums havocbeen paid 6 3 NO RESTRICTIONS occupation4 INCONTESTABLE SOtittCl two years f 6 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN IOIARY + 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter having failed to pay tho premium the insurance will be continued tho full amount for as long ape providedtwoAll this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends comma mend a policy in this Company to all Y desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will bo CON SPEOIMENPOLiOIES tion will be furnished by RiT TYLER AGT fr- h