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Y d V I tIy v f k a J 5 4 t- NCOURIEIUT t r i i 6 00 4t THE HICKM + r y i OLDEST NEWSPAPER 13N JlpESTERISri KENTUCKY i r ESTABLISHED1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUiKY10CTOBER 4 19O1 1i VOL XXXVI NO 45 n u I FALL 19O1 FALL 19O1 d A i ALWAYSt Ts INTHE i ill It LEADi t L1I 7 t Never before in the history of our Merchandising have our Departments been so thoroughly upto date and splendidly stocked for an aggressive endY iF enthusiasticautumn tiade with corxeet ettrjI- portraying all the dash and brilliancy of the choic est American and foreign productions OO I 4 ORDER THE 4- INEW IDEA FASHION PATTERNS T FROM us ITS GIVEN UP TO BE THE fMOST POPULAR ON THE MARKET 41 h Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is com plete in every detail consisting ofill the new weaves and shades and at prices that cannot be du plicated We are offering everything thais to be found in a well regulated Dry Goods Store We cordially invite you to inspect our lines be fore making your Fall purchases 0 SONSlv HICKMAN T- L1 i I T i 6 rl G N RUBBIIRD DEOD I I annII t qIrnostCitizens1o g s 1 I j Jloldest and most worthy citizens rg Monday Sopt80 at It ouOIp H tired about pJ years He had been iiInvitalit u year or more and jgMKCd to have boon possessed during I jftMJftitnB of the consciousness that he gald never recover from his afllictiou RathiJ i death was rapidly approach have over lived in this 4Btuumty better known from long res TMOCO and family identity with HickJbBKit H and Fulton County He was con Sfctered by many the wealthiest man into county but for many years bas no velyciigaged in any business Hei B kind hearted as tender and consid w for others as a gentle woman hon ble upright ant conscientious in alll 4 adealings and relations with Ills fel inian Quiet unobtrusive yet the liis community + lijive lust Onus t r lt1iI14 silent and liberal charities F i ISITOBS111fillJ i t II J Now Idiia Patterns lOc atSHAWS MJS LUlie Wall of Urooksvillo 1la- is visiting her sister Mrs Rosa Hub bardCapt Percy Jordan of tho Fulton Guards visited relatives in Hiokuiau TuesdayW Taylor commissioner appointed to settle with tho sheriff was attending the fiscal court Tuesday BOARDING Good uico boarding house centrally located Apply to Mns M J FARIS President Roosevelt is for reoiprocit- This is another name for free trade Wo are with you Teddy on this New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Dr E L Williams and wife Miss Emma Covingtou and Miss Marshall of Crystal wore in Hickman Tuesday Dr P B Curlin left last week for Louisville to outer the medical depart mint of the University of Louisville Latest Styles in Hats and Caps at popular prices SIIOE 1 NAYLOKSTOltEICE 0 Jour small frame houses tho property of W T Oarr Fulton were destroy ed by tire Monday morning Small in snranceI2 ChnttanoogaTenni Wednesday attending the burial of his uncle Dr O II Hubbard 3 Mr Chas BcaMey and MissEstWilliams a deaf mute were married HayBlairs LOOK We have 500 mens youths and chit circus hats that we will sell at 25c to 150 apiece marked to sell at 50c to S3 J R Buowx S Co The ladies of Hickman and the surrounding community were out in full goodlookings said on Tuesday October 1st tho opening day with the Hickman merchants LOOK We have one thousand pairs mens ladies and childrens Shoes that we will I sell at 25c to 150 it piar marked to sell atfiOc to 1 J R BROWN Co ii i m t s v vco co co t r f 1 1i C f 1 tn f COME AND SEEr c ciF i I 1 NEW ITHE GOODStirj I- UU NOW OPE Qiff 4 It I Ii l1T j jJJ dV J 1ill 1 1 jr- 7 P j I 1 Y v TTTrTT1TVVTTTTTV 1r 1r0= k c j 6 TilE BEST IS TILE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the question Tho TWICE A WEEK REPUBLIO is ndtas cheap as it ispossible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If yon read it all tho your round you1 are J posted on alltho important and interesting affairs of the world It is tne jj best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce hnd those should bo the distinguishing traits of tIle newspaper that is designed thetSubscription price 81 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo 1 r WJ8EW gs W By Max ORell If women are becoming less modest no doubt it is to their emancipation l and to tho spreading of education Outside of the peasantry of Continental l grandi to be mot anywhere The French girll of my boyhood who never wont further than uttering Oni Monsieur or Non I Monsieur while in conversation with a man is a thing of the past She is no loner advised by her mother as to what she must wear or what she will road Sho wears and read- what I she likes I cannot help thinking however tha the moduru craving for dress is the principal cause for tIle loss of modesty inwomenThe ts of all tho cities of the civ ilized world are paraded by crowds o overdressed women whose sole preoc cupation seems to bo to take notice 0 ono anothers frocks and I will say this for them that they also seem to bo far more concerned with the kind of effectI they are having on the members o of their own sex as to the figure they are cutting in the eyes of men I often wonder how such women look and carry themselves in their own hnsYThose who have penetrated behind the scenes assured me that the difference is marvelous A JONAH- ExCongressman Stone was president of the German Security company that president WashingtonCityTrust company which went down in woightTherecaptain is a JonahPaducah News Democrat A fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Oherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys His back got so lame ho could not stoop without great pain nor sit fa- a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he tried Elec trio Bitters which affected such a won t 1 derful change that ho writes he feels ir hfaanetc niau ThtLJU 11dO J itft 1t llm Y rrpurifies tho blood and builds up your health Only 50c at Cowgills drugstore ORDERlCourier Journal IGov Bockham has done his duty in sending troops to Hopkins county after a careful investigation of the situation +there The situation is a disgrace to the state a reproach to tho state and not to bo countenanced by those charged with protecting the peace and uphold Governs or is to bo commended since the county authorities have shown themselves un tablo to maintain order Conditions in what was formerly one of the most law abiding and progressiyecommnnities in the state have been approaching anar beenfassembled and have been marching hostilecamPsfand exchanging shots in utter doflanco of tho county authorities and the laws of the state There have been men tp icrfthreatening demonstrations Houses have been fired upon at night and a 1 number of men have been seriously wounded while tho whole community has been terrorized HOUSE FOR RENT 1 Dwelling House 7 rooms Moulton St Old Hickuian W A DODDS t tA1 + r i SHAW t I i 4 t5 1 1- I Has all Kinds ofP a 4 II l i Vii 4 y 4S t 4 IFJI 4 G O I E P f r i f 4 TTT TTTTTTTTTMT t l a z r I I J tJ1n nn unnn t NOW READY I To show the most complete uptoday line of i FALL DRY GOODS Ever brought to Hickman Every Department fill i ed with GOOD THINGS So n ts DRESS GOODS AND SILKS v= As usual we have the cream 6f the market in the Dress Goods and Silk line Black Silk Peau de Soie- Regular fortBlack Silk Taffeta Guaranteed Regular price 100 for 36 in All Wool Venetian Cloth All new Colorings at 36 in cell Wool Stiipe Cheviots f Blue Green and Brown at 54 in Broad Cloth all Shades 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 100 75 50 50 100 551 90c tooC T V T TTTTTTTTt t TT7rr 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 newuI est Velvet Cordsthe very latest for Waists or Suits Handsome line Embroidered French Flannel Waist Patterns t Yy V Y DKESS TRIMMINGS See our line of Dress Trimmings Silks Velvets Appliques Medallions etcS I DRESS SKIRTS We offer some stylish new Garments in Skirts SSSftsft Silk Shirts New Walking Skirts with ripple bottom also the new Norfolk Walking Skirt TTTTTITr7 y JACKETS TTT1TTGray Ladies Box CoatsTans in 24 and 27 Custerr1 t AutoMobile Cloaksranging in price from 500 TO 2500Nice line Misses and Infants Cloaks and Jackets TT7TTTTTrTT1y rTTk f BLANKETSDWe can boastingly tell you we have the best line of Blankets ever shown in Hickman 4 Gray Blankets from 50c to 350104 White AllWool Blankets for only 2989 1224 White Best AllWool California Blankets for only 750 V T FLOOR COVERING Mattings Oil Cloth and Linolium Rugs and Art Squares The prettiest line of Rugs to be seen airywhere Brussels Smyrna and Moquette Nice Line Art Squares Ingrain all wool 350 TO 850Now line Carpet Saniples TTT z Y 2 rTTr T LPWe carry all the new styles in Ladies and Misses readytowerr Sailors and Walking Hats QSo to SQSOAlso nice line Infants Caps r = y i LEADERS OUTING FLANNEL at 8 and lOco PERCALES at 8 and lOc CANTON FLANNEL good values 5810 Yd wide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c Yd widei BLEACHED DOMESTIC 4i 5 I LOT CALICOES only 3ic x BAGSx r BALTEER EOED zrit 0 t I 4 MARRIEDa t Edward Kirkindall and Harriet Clark4 both of Three States Mo were married at Hickman Sept 28 by Judge H M Kearby John Babcock and Lula Mor row were married at Sassafras Ridge church Sept 112 WHEELERS BREAK J I Hon Chas Wheeler member of Con gress from this District is reported us thatttherowho has not given aid and protection to tho assassin of William Goebel Wheel er is a brilliant young fellow and some times given to extreme utterances to his but 4to4 treme as this There are hundreds of good and honorable Republicans in lion tuck who would bo as far from aiding t assassination as any others Such ox treme utterances are wrong untrue and calculated to injure not only the man who utters them but more unfortunately the party FISCAL COURT The full term of tho Fulton County Fiscal Court was in session Tuesdayjaud Wednesday Present County Judge Kearby and Magistrates J W Mayes Hays Blair and J F Maneso The session of the court was nearly altogether occupied with auditing and allowing claims filed against tho county Claims allowed 8410849 All out the County levy 1901 ORDER AS TO COURT HOUSE Whereas tho Grand Jury of Fulton ounty has condemed the Court House of the county at tho September term 1901 now we the members of the Fulton County Fiscal Court at its reg ular session iu tho October term order that a special ad valornm tax be levied at tho next April term of tho Fulton County Fiscal Court for the purpose of creating a Sinking Fund to erect a now Court Honso at Hickman Ky tho county seat of Fulton County All the Justices being present voted- nanimously for said order CORN GOES ON DECLINING Kansas City has been the center of the corn crop scare and prices there have hi h sort of RherDberThursday the price dropped one touth J and on Friday it lost three cents moreawhile on Saturday it closed at 5Sic aadecline of six und a quarter tours The o market closed at bu4c for the- eptember option and cash corn was GTtjC for No 2 yellow while the Decom ber option broke to 56c Tho opinion 1ly jithatji Government report of a condition of 517 per cent on September L Tho corn bulls are making frantic efforts to show 1 that the crop will bo less than half the normal size and sonio estimates are boo ing put out of less than a billion bushcels against tho two billions two hundred thousand indicated on Juno 1 THE LEGISLATIVE RACE II ATTORNEYS FOR MUTT AYRESp SERVE NOTICE 0 SAMUELS AND FLA1Tt vFromNotice was served on R B Flatt and iu Bullock Samuels that the attorneys for Mott Ayres would bring mandifmus f proceedings before Judge Robbins at Clinton on Thursday October 31 to force County Clerk Samuels to place Mott Ayres name under the Demo cratic device as a candidate for tho Legislature at the coming Noverabi r election A letter from Allio W Young chair man of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committees bearing late of September 23 was tiled in tho County Clerks otlicc at Clinton today Chairman Young recites that tho com j mittee which met at Fulton on March 23 and ratified tho nomination of Mr Ayres was the regular Democratic com mittce lie further states that the com mittee which met at Clinton on July 18 and declared Flatt the nominee was not the regular committee and that their action if null and void Ayres is represented by Joe W Ben nett Roberson Thomas and R T 1Iler Flatt has as his attorneys Dick Moss Tom Bullock and other members of tho local bar at Clinton County Clerk Luten of Fulton county putting Stepped Into Urn Coals When a child I burned my foot frightfully writes W II Eads of Jonesville Va which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years but Bucklens I Arnica Salvo wholly cured me after everything else had failed Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises aud Piles Sold by Cowgill Cowgill 25 cents Czolgosz is to bo executed Oct 28 Born on the 30th nit to Mr and Mrs Julian Choat a girl Our old friend W W Webster paid the Courier a friendly call Thursday Miss Kato Walker left Monday morn ing on the Ferd Ilerold to visit Mrs II VN Fronz at Helena Ark i Born to Mr and Mrs N P Harness of Granite City Ills on 29th ult a girlVThree men who were recently arrested in Maryvillo ought to be paroled fo two hours until they tell how the worked it says the Kansas City Jour nal They stole a number of hides from tho tannery Then they took them back and sold them to the tannery man Then they stole them again and repeat ed the operation The proprietor hunted for his hides but tho skin game wasI worked too suipothly for him until ati last the three men overdid the thing and were nrresteajjIJi 1 17lU 1 1 n L Ga i I IIDress Eef tJ Goods ands IIrim I IImlgs IIfor II- i Ii I fallII I n I i- I I aGInvestigation made by the military oilicers prove that the soldiers who reported an attack by supposed dyr amt ors on the McKinley tomb to bo a more dream or imagination on the part of the I soldier The soldier however continues to affirm its truth The protracted meeting at the Methodist t church closed Tuesday night ev Mr Hood preached a series ofII instructive and interesting ser mons which may bear fruit many days j ence The congregations wore earnest I attentive but by no moans as large they should have been 1t Tho decline in the price of corn as we near the marketing of the now crop is I j not unexpected In fact it occurs noar1j every season This time it may bo ermanent but we all know that thoro an immense shortage in tho AmeriII can crop and this indicates that in mid 4I winter and next spring the price will Ipom upIPuring tin past week frost has dam 1gmlClOlJ 1A IIIUIIJ portions of thoIcast of the tacky mountains Lute corn has been the chief sufferer In the western and central sections of the cotton bolt heavy rains have serious J ly injured the cotton crop Tobacco I however has escaped with little dam age Plowing und fall seeding kayo- rogressed rapidly I The triennial general convention ofIProtestant Episcopal church con NednesdayIthouse of deputies consisting of clergy and lay delegates selected by tho dif erent dioceses This session will have some important questions botoro it the loading ones being a moro stringent di vane canon new bible readings UoII foreign mission policy and tho proposed change of name of the church all of which are likely to cause interesting debates u FOR SALE I 62 acres of land known as time Adams humupluce on the Adams M1tII four and ono half miles from Lund in high state ot cultivation all tillable except about half an acre i Turun cash 830 per micro Apply to Mrs Rosa G5 Adams I iMARRIAGE AT UNION CITY An early morning marriage took place in the parlor of tho Palace Hotel Monday morning at 8110 oclock the contracting parties being R M Barker i and Miss DOl lie Moore a young couplo from near Hickman lieu A S Dab noy officiated I WILL RECOVER f Fulton Ky Oct IThe tenyear old son of Ed Oliver of Clinton who wa kicked on the head by a horse at Davis livery stable is reported as dc ing well and will recover The boy wasII unconscious for several hours His fuji titer Ed Oliver who was in jail charged l t with forgery was permitted to goi and be present when the operation was j performed on the childi1I i RUN OUT OF TOWN Owcusboro Ky Sept TO Alfred Floirutz a traveling salesman for a picture enlarging concern was run out of town to night for denouncing the esc cutiou of Czolgosz Ho was taken to the depot in a bus by a small crowd put on bpard u train for the west and warned never to return He clammed to bo a Norwegian but is believed to be a Pole He had expressed anarchistic Lows and admit tcd being compelled to leave the east u ST itt Y hu 1901r1 ayHickmun ONE MOUSE COLORED MAKE MULE about Lila hands high brandiS except a knot On each shoulder near time top and one wen ou the left hind rankle Any ono furnishing information for her recovorj will bo liberally re garded by W T UDBERYI P Fulton Co Mabel j Ky It J 44V 3 J I 4n e= ibtiEia eEte q I We Tiave had our Special Open Iing but our goods arc still on dis play find we want you to come again when we will have more time to show you a line of Dress Goods and Trimmings1 that will make youiijustly proud of your homo 1mketIand especially this Old IIHouse for having the bestUOliabIol 3 Inept in town I stamm = I AMBRQJ i MAMMOTH TURBINES Six Sew One For the XlnRiiru Falls Iuwer Comimiiy ji A new feature of much interest harii been added to the delights PanAmorl j i can crowds will have when they visit j Niagara Falls to view the scenic and i Industrial attractions there In that favored spot there Is already developed more power than Is used In many of the large cities but to this developed force must be added 30000 horsepower that Is to be developed by means of six new turbines and six new gener ators the contracts for which have been awarded These new turbines j are to be Installed In the new wheel pit now In course of construction Tho j design of the new turbines will differ materially from the design of those now In use In the present wheel pit This change Is significant of the fact that the Niagara Falls Power com pany Intends that the installation In Its new plant shall be up to the highest i state of perfection known In this open Ing year of the century It Is this knowledge that at Niagara the most i modern the most perfect working pow j er development In the world may be seen that will Inspire visitors to the Exposition to go there and look upon the wonders that man has wrought Each of the six new turbines will have a capacity of 5000 horsepower and each will be connected to and drive n 5000 horsepower generator The turbines now In use were designed by Pitcard PIctet Co of Geneva Switzerland while the new turbines I are to be built after designs prepared by Escher Wyss Co of Zurich comI two wheels while the new turbines are each to have but a single wheel With these new turbines In place capacityIbe space In the new pit for five addl tlonal turbines each of 5000 horsepower capacity and with these In place the total output of the two pits will be 105000 horsepower OimiN E DUNLAP fiendish Attack IA was lately made on O V Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kid neys His back got so lame ho could not stoop without groat Rain nor sit iu a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until ho tried Electric Bitters which affected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble yourhealthstore 1r Ftmnyisnt it How some men will go to high priced tailors for their clothes when they can get just as good and Utter fro- mThe International Tailoring Co of New York and Chicago for a great deal less money International Clothes are made by the best tailors In the 1land and they are guaranteed to perfectly Once tried youll always wear them The complete line of International Samples h comprising over six hundred of the 9 nobbiest patterns can be teen at- m ticAMBERGThe got advertisin theirdutythorp is no reason why tho purely ad vertising features already being sent paidforexpectcdA good story is going the rounds about a Missonrian who with his young expositiOlJ was out late ono night presumoly with supposedtorapped and called Honey There wasfIonevAndyHoney4manblamed idiot thh abthroom RESTORETheT F A SPECIFIC for all r usTroublesNo matter how hopeless the energy ngsaltsand sstt kxmcslul and highlp kerENaturalIty naturally andare restoring Loot Vital mOtMnnanentto sylitem and leave It atreagervery time used They begin at thnof iho dtstete and actLiver n+ aneya anu uowels cleansing the entire from on iho andf WOMEN strong and roguarantee They surey and dImpotency u SGYltus Dance Nervous Headache Backachc Trembling Numbness Constipation DIzziness Vertigo dlsmses of the genl Lost Power and aUsucb wer n Prevent ParalysIs and Consu mp hshould use ufll hrinl the Bloomthem Y troandsThong f nairted Try them and 11 you want It you cal have your refund Lack the money Ua cure Is Dotmoney just forCOc a box of ten days treatment Six boxes S2SO the asking Prlco takuaIlIl1I1e r j jrii y J i 1 Yf fi cfr =r i7iw sJI f 4f 71 fA Wtt Ji + 1 IT J t J i rmmwmmwuiuimmuuumnwiuumnwuiummfflfflgt e I r- r r1 t 37 1F r FALL STOCKS r- r rr 3r ARE r- rk rNOW COMPLETE73 r J 411 r-w r 411 41 We Cordiallyri r+ r- r You to Call and rl I1 Examine our Offerings r 411 4J r4 4411 r- Q TirH Ti WS ELLISON rr- r rruuumuuumuummm m mmmmuuummuun ADDITIONAL LOCALS New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS returnedfrom inStTheatrehasJusldown the Ohio river Irom Higginsport 0 thiii week Mr French always has a good show and all are anxious for him to come houseBeautifulroll Cheaper grades from Ie to or a roll WILSONS HOOK STORE lresident Roosevelt had for his guest at the White House last Monday Prof Booker T Washington with whom he discussed the race question in the South with reference to the political divisionF The President believes the time has como for the South to cease to define the color line as the division between the two partiesLOOK We have one hundred ladies cloaks that we will sell at2 to to5bmnrkdx sell at S4 to 10 J CO One of the sentries guarding tho vault at Canton where the Presidents body reposes challenged a man who was prowling about and fired upon him Another man who was masked then attacked the sentry and cut him slightly It is believed an attempt was made to blow up the vault with dynamite The venerable citizen and most worthy Magistrate Esquire J W Mayes should be reelected to that po sition without opposition and as long as he will consent to serve He has held the office a generation or two and the county never had a more just honorable or competent man in that posi tion TAKE NOTICE If you have any old rchool books that you wish to exchange bring them in at once We will allow yon all they are worth Books must be brought in be fore October 15th WILSONS BOOK STORE Swallow tMarkle gave a firstclass exhibition at the river Saturday night on their mammoth Floatng Palace Their boat is the largest nicest finished and most comfortable boat of this kind oft the river They had a good marine ioperatioorchestrawhichi by all in attendance Tim performance 1111118 moral refined and firstclass m I I dancllWIj tire and song illustrating machine were i i ecHBiHonded by the large audience il This company will make the trip an- awtll7i an will be well patronIzed I i J lli i 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 86000ForU ThirdU II U e 1500U FourthU U 1000 500u400 Seventh U 1 300I Next 20 each 100 amountingto 2000 6000I6000r1000I 10 1000Ou 3060U 6U U 16300 Atotal of4387 prizes amounting to 5OOOO In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 igot The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1896 was 1020107 1892II 861625 1897II 864O22 1893U 8356O4 1898 793169 1894 776819 1899 920872 1895 846996 1900 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The WeeklyEnquirertlOOO for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 1OOO for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses WeeklyEnquirerSUGGESTION COUNTY OFFICERS Dear EditorWill you allow me through your paper a few suggestions to our county officials in regard to our public roads Having heard a number of our citizens express themselves in regard to our culverts we would suggest the use of tiling instead of lumber to make them which would cost but little more and would be a nice smooth crossing for a lifetime CITIZEN The weight of this suggestion would be more if correspondent had given name QUIET AT LAST THE SOLDIERS WILL REMAIN AT MADISONVILLE INDEFINITELY Madisonville KyOct 2 There is no disorder in the Hopkins county mining district Soldiers were sent to the Car bondale mines where the shooting oc curred Saturday The nonunion miners will be escorted to and from work bv the troops until all danger of vio lenco is passed The United Mine Workers officially accepted Adjt Gen Murrays disarmament proposition to day Gen Murray will receive the arms of the mine guards and will station soldiers to protect the property Another company of State Guards may be needed Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but never if jaundicedon the skinall signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give clear skin rosy cheeks rich coinplectiou Only 25c at Cowgills Drag Store NOW FOR PUNISHMENTi In the unhappy fate overtaking a company of United States regular in fantry in the Philippine island of Sa mar the company being surprised by an overwhelming force of natives and more than half its number slain there is a lesson not to be safely disregarded by our troops in the Far East Unless the truth of likely treachery on the part of the wild tribes in the Philippines is continually kept in mind by officers and men in the extreme front this Samar tragedy is certain to be re peated tit intervals as opportunity aris es It is the savage method of warfare this gathering for massacre at unexpected moments We have had a sim ourino American force small in number and remote from larger garrisons will be safe in the Philippines unless safeguard ed by untiring and extreme vigilence z T r O x tlltllii WITfl THE YISITORS i iII ft g I 1AND1 I l J ST L R R SCHEDULE f LEAVE IIIOKMAN No 3 mNoinNoARRIVE No 4 mNomNo54ArrivesmI riverFridaynigbt New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWSI Mr Chess Smith has sold his home place to Mrs J M Reid Dr Davidsons father and mother areI spending a few days at his home TennisThe best tine of Ladies 25c Vests made at AMBEKOS IluntingdonTenuK Davidson The Hickman County Circuit Court at Clinton will remain in session several days next week R S G Corsets never stretch Sold only byAmberg Mrs Gus Hunziker left last Friday to visit friends and relatives in St Louis Mo and Highland Ills Jti1 See II C Matson State Lino for Crimson Clover Seed 4t MyrtleSpraidlnday yisiting Mrs J H Pollock A well known and popular young man yohigladyOctober 10th No Sir we have no washing or laundry soap but wo have the finest as SoapinWeather prophet Hicks predicts an early winter and cold rains and snows for the middle ot October Get your coal wood and stoves ready now FOR SALEA Steam Corn Sheller and Engine cheap and on easy terms A M SHAW State Line Ky Col Marion Thomas a well known ld citizen of Fulton is reported to be sick unto death He is one of Fultons most notedcharacters BORN on Wednesday Oct 7th to Mr and Mrs Henry Holm a boy The whole family happy and doing well including the grandparents We are agents for the best Laundry in Western Kentucky Wiil save you 25 per cent on Collars and Cuffs shoo Store RICE NAYLOR j MyrtleSpron the morning train Wednesday and spent tho day shopping boonvisitingfoul play iis suspected He is an ex press messenger and tear is that he has been murdered Largest and Best Line School Shoes al the Shoe Store RICE C NAYLOR Woodmen of the World will unveil monuments in memory of brethren Blytho Felts Bard and Stcjihcson at Neighboringe in the ceraemony RegimentUt week Oct 10 and 11 Barbecued meats and other refreshments will be provid ed and a social Jjoud time is promised all the veterans who attend yFleecedf at Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR HIckman now lies threo passenger trains arriving at and leaving Hickman The new train leaves Hickmau at 7 a m and arrives at 830 Vm The schedule of other two trains about as heretofore See time card in this issue No more debates will be held by the Democratic candidates for United States Senator The campaign com mittee received lettters from three of tho candidates saying they preferred to scatter in the state and make speeches on their own hook and the decision was given out SundayISee tho a P Reed lino of Ladies fine Shoes at Ambergs Tho marriage of Mr T D Thomas a MnggieIlenderoonto tike place October 10th Miss Hen derson is a popular and accomplished young laxly and has many friends in Clinton She is tho daughter of Mr J M Henderson and is a niece of the Democrats old friend Mr W J Jack son of this city Clinton Democrat Nobbiest line Neckwear at Shoe Storb RICE NAYLOR- We know an excellent sister who has been bereft in the death of her noble husband who now proposes to devote her life in helping Miss Jennie Edwards care for the orphan children in Cuba We feel sure that thousands ot our readers will delight in helping in such a noble work Baptist Plug This most excellent and Christian lady is a resident of Hickman and will urob ably leave for her noble work about the first of November God bless her work LOOK We have over one hundred Suits for men youths and children that we will sell at from SI to 750 marked to sell at 2to iJG a suit J R BROWX Co 1 j i F Ial7t U i WJ YOUjGET I MORE THAN I iIi YOU I GET eSATSellI FACTION r1 I sw G a You can buy footwear in most any groceryi6 II store nowadays Dp you want the experience of years the knowledge of leathers and their nick I ers and have Shoes fitted properly with goods ex I H Hchanged or your money back aItsI only dealers that know their goods and have faith in them that do this Prices in plain 1 2 figures and the largest stock in town to soil ronliYou can get here what otl want you dont NI 0havem i1 m t OUR ARMORED CRUISERIi I FOR BOYS WEAR Ifti gives double the service of any boys shoes on the L market 1 q I RICE NAYLOR I SHOE STOREI JL + eycrrt a v e ar enrx gar ==e + ot I 7W W PC1R THE LEST N fj j GBOCSRX IIIUZUIOII Tt Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds t7PTO DATE CRC Rte Y WITTJNGS OLD STAND Goods Delivered Free REb H MEATSClinton Street Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E t3 art LL tE 1855 TOM DtL d 1 N Sr Prop r Snecfuior to tl C flint 3 ilecM 4 rbb l mi 5iik Moments CURBING 3TOSE WORK of all Kinds IRON FESOENG sic c Hiclsmaxi Ky Ir IwII L FISTS WBISEIESII j WINES BRdNDIES AND GIMS A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE I GIVE YOU THE BEST I VALUE FOR THE MONEY UNION V9TYJLI TEN N E S SEEIiff y pn THE COURIER 8100 A YEAR t j I j I1 t WANT TO BUY I A small f Y residence 3 or 4 rooms with + garden in thesuburbs of Hickman prefer East Hickman Cash Apply at COURIER OFFICE C f II DEATH IN EULTOJ Fulton Ky Sept 29After an ill neasof three months Mrs W E Byars died at her home on Fourth street in this city Fevcr was the direct cause of her death Deceased was fortytwo years of age DEMAND FOR ROOSEVELT BOOKS Librarians and booksellers report a big demand for Theodore Roosevelts literary productions Thousands of dollars in paid advertisements couldI i not have brought his books before the 1 public in anything like the extensive manner resulting from his attaining the I presidency FiMONEY It is announced that Great Britains last war loan will be exhausted by Oc tober 16 when it will be necessary for that Government to borrow more money in order to carry tin the war in South Africa It is becoming more and more apparent that if Great Britain ever conquers the Boers it will be at a price that t will stagger the British taxpayers even though humanity maintains its eqnili l brium LIBERTY THE CRY lIt is reported that two new political parties are being organized in the Philippines Islands and that both favor ultimate independence Perhaps it has never occurred to politicians that even after the Philippine islands shall have been brought completely under our jurisdiction liberty will continue to be the cry wherever the seeds of liberty have been sown W A ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN In 1896 the number of illegitimate births per 10000 women was from sta tistics Austria 239 i Hungary 151 Denmark 133 Sweden 125 Belgium 111 Italy 93 t Norway 92 Scotland 87 France 79 Germany 75 Switzerland 63 Eng land 50 Netherlands 42 Ireland 24 With all the sport that has been made of the oppressed of Old Irelandcthere is less per cent of illegitimate children born there than any other country on the globe The Irish have their faults but they have their virtuey COUNTY SOFT OF HICKMAN IN j HOTTERW The county superintendent of Hick man county is in hot water A few weeks ago he attempted to revoke thee oschoolwas reversed by H V McChesney the state superintendent of public instruct ion with a rebuke This week Supt Henry wrote and published a severe letter about W W Craigs method of handling school books isInCntic Bookdealer Craig comes back at the superintendent in a vigorous style GHOULISH WORK- s onlylivingcoIn entered his personal objection to the openirig of the casket when hisI tJThursdaytJ dStHis objection was overruled however er by the officious persons in charge of president morbidly curious It is said to have been in such a con y dition that under no circumstance permittedWhenthe Abraham Lincoln tiwasWHAT CHICKENS COST The cost of raising a chicken to two pounds weight will under favorable conditions amount to about 15 centsa This of course does not apply to farm raised chickens since the actual cost of these is scarcely more than the cost of requiredWe raised where all food is purchased or has a fixed market ket value Chickens under such condiStions can be hatched and fed months of age for 15c but of course JamountJ JJ- a ready market at from 10 to 15cente a pound thus leaving a handsome margin above cost Farmers who raise all the food required can make more money on ckickeas considering the investment tkaa any other one thing audit is sur prsiag that so few give the matter any attentionTWE 1 HUE OF CAIN i r BROTHERS FIGHT ONE KILL ING THE OTHER t Paris Tenn Sepe 29Yesterday afIternoon near Cooyersville in tho northern f part of tail county Wallace WardI is sox of Frank Ward a prominent plant er killed his brother Brown Ward j The information received here is to to the effect that the brothers were working in a hay field when trouble arose over a trival matter in which the 1 younger brother was the victor ThisII enraged Wallace who went to the fa thers boase and procured a shot gun Returning to the lend ke shot his young i er brother throagh the heart Wallace made no effort to escape butI endeavored to take his own life with poi According to the latest report however he still lives Akt The Ware fasiilyis well known i 1 West Kentucky and West Tennessee TlmMcr Mere rO E Smith tMUBerthor ettghly competent and skills ia now i witk R B Brevard RooBg and all idfl of Tie Work Give him a calL R1 BaOaittu V 0 t p6naw a r- BlaEE SPEECH ISenatorII turies of sacrifice too many sanctified by blood too many mankind reaching toward battlefieldsIIcome to be mutilated in the der to meet the case of a miscreants whose names pronounceiiI t which would rather encourage the spir t of anarchy We already to some extent have laws restricting or providing c fbr the abuse of free speech and these laws which have long existed meet with proper approval But there is no rdemand for a law depriving the people of the right of liberty of speech those which already exist beoudiIi r DISASTER TO AMERICAN TROOPS 48 KILLED AND OTHEHS WOUNDED Manila Sept 2gA disastrous fight between United States troops and insurgents occurred yesterday in the Island of Samar near Balangiga A large CompanyCescapingThe were at breakfast when attacked and made a determined resistance but the overwhelming numbers of the insurgents compelled them to retreat Of the survivors who have arrived at Bassey eleven are wounded According to tho latest returns the strength of the company was seventy two The survivors include Capt Thos Connell First Lieutenant Edward l Bumpus and Dr R S Griswold Oapt Edwin V Bookmiller of the Ninth Infantry reports that Gen Hughes is assembling a force to attack the insurgents The insurgents captured all the stores and ammunition of the company and all the rifles except twentysix +WHAT IS YELLOW JOURNALISM What is yellow journalism If it is and ridicule of the policy of the opposite political party there are few papers that are not tinted with It has always been recognized as legitimate in this country to criticise the official acts of public officers This is one of the boasted privileges of our free- stitutions Every president from- ashington down has boon violently assailed by the papers of tho opposite violentlyinand taste Newspapers of what ver political opinion will be slow to surrender this right When it becomes less majeste in this country to criticise the chief executive we will indeed Imperialism ismThe pith of it all Is that this criticism too frequently carried to unreasonable extremes both during a campaign and after There is hardly any bias so partisanThIS partisanAdded onal gain and the natural desire for success which are apt to outweigh tho broader patriotism which should enter the consideration of public ques Newspapers might not serve party so well but they might politicaldiscussions plane tl NEW ELECTION LAW WILL BE IN OPERATION AT NOVEMBER ELECTION THEII At the approaching November elec the now election law is to be test The result will be watched with great interest throughout the State Under the Goebel election the Stato legislature appointed three election commissioners who should have charge- of the elections in the State tabulate certify the returns and appoint the three county election commsssioners in each county in the State they in turn to act as a returning board for their county Under the working of this law an election commission was appointed consisting of three Democrats who ap county boards throughout the tate consisting of two Democrats andtono Republican What a storm the operation of the law created is known all who have taken oven a passing interest in the politics of the State The resultrwas such that an amendment was made to the law by the Clerk of the Court of Appeals whichtt be the chairman of the state commission while the members should bo selected by the ruling bodies of each ot the two governing parties This has been done and the new board consisting of S J Shackleford Clerk of Court of Appeals as Chairman Charles B Poyntz Democrat and J C Wright Republican held its first meeting last week In each of the 119 counties in the State the Republican county committee made a return of a list to thojand commissioners j State board were appointedSatistaction has been expressed by the leaders of both parties at tho list of commissioners which the state commis sion had made up from the lists submit ted to them Whether this opinion will be changed after the coming election is a matter ot mere conjecture On the State board the Democrats have a ma jority duo to the fact that the Clerk of the Court of Appeals Shackleford is a Democrat As the new law takes out of the hands of the State Commission the ability to make the returning boardI of the counties of whatever political complexion they might wish and make Lthe matter of a Democratic or Republi can county board depend entirely on local conditions it is thought that much used and perhaps much abused ground of complaint wilt be removed MILtII tOW Good milk Cow young calf for sale 104G B THRELKELD rr r ryrr yff r Pleasant Rooms 1 Our furniture will make you comfortable earl J your environments pleas ml affd beautiful You I may be sure you will enjoy i f Be easy while you 1 live Our prices Jeasy nisi ll- C l- t l- t lrC CAS TALa 3i 1 talkYouyour money 4 giye you for we appreciate your wants yalue your patronage and will give you the worth of your money 1800 Imp Beds and Springl reduced to 15 35 2 915pr1j50 a u u tc rt0 525 j Mattressesfrom l i J the lowest Springs from 125 to 300 1 1 MORRIS PHILLIPS L J 1 LEDFORD RANDL Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cementf f We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto isHGOOD GOODS at FAt PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered 71 Je BARRY II AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED HORSESHOEING SPECIALTY I II LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT II JH J I I J H POLLOCK Propr First claSs turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers sores with courtesy and politeness Pa ronage solicited Telephone 19 Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY 1 NOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date it MARY BERENDKS Co rOALiW COALf Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY- ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son Tot causes night alarm Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J O Snyder of Orittenden Ky it seemed it would strangle before we could get a doctor so we gave it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quick relief anj keoaP it in the house to protect our childreni from Croup and Whooping Couch It cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble that no other trouble would relieve Infallible for Coughs Colds Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial1 bottles free at Cowgills Drug soori 1t r f Illinois Central Railroad 1 OF INTEREST TO a OQ gOMOS2S FREE TRANSPORTATION TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL MEET ING AT CHICAGO 1The next annual meeting of tho stock of the Illinois Central Railroad WednesdayOctober pose of this meeting the Stock Trans fer Books will be closed for the close of business on Sept 21 to the morning of October 17 For this meeting there will bo issued te holders of one or more shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central nearest his or her registered address to Chicago and return for the purpose of attending in person the above meeting of stockhold ers Such ticket to be good fur the journey to Chicago only during the four days proceeding and the day of the mooting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assist ant Secretary Mr W G Brueu in Ohio cago Such ticket may be obtained by any registered holder of stock on appli cation in writing to the President of Company in Chicago Each application must state tho full namo and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be carried free in respect of any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G IIACKSTAFF 012 Secretary TO ALL PERSONS HAVIN G FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga L St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits tho support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every county through which its lines pass Thejmauagoment earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to the railroad agent nearest them giving the prices and terms of sale The prices must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling land to immigrants c at exorbitant or speculative prices I Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J J H KILLEBREW Industrial and Immigration Agent H P SMITH TraiTc Manager NASHVILLE TENN + fIMPORTANT For the next 30 days we will offer a Line of Fine Surreys at 1000 less than regular price and on Easy Terms Wo are over stocked on these goods E E REEVES CO- Hickmau Ky +TWO MULES WAGON and Harness for sale cMtoC WERNER I I Building tt- j r j Material r ROUGH AND DRESSED lUMltBE t = 1 1r Doors and Windows Shingles 1 Lime Builders and Cement Hardware cii 1Paints1ESTIMATES Oils etc j7 jjI CIIBEItPUfll1ItIt A Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc V I t I sonlk T iiI I I MULES FOR SALE- I have 11 head of good young mules for sale ranging in priced from S85 to 135 Will sell for cash or six month time with good interest bearing notes i Also 20 head of good stock cattle for sale W S Henderson Hickman Ky i Buggies Buggies Buggies I IItheII reach of everybody E E REEVES 00- Hickmnu Ky III NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are respectfully notified to please come forward and settle up and all those holding claims against said estate are notified to file tho Fame properly proven up as required bylaw on or before tho 1st day of Tan 902 or the same will be barred J J O BONDURANT Aduir of Arthur King F C M Bank ruoo Have You Noticed 1 I The amount of fine Bugeies and Harness that E E Reeves R Co have sold this Spring If not just cast your eye around and see southern It will surprise you but if you will call and look at his stosk of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uptodato in everything in that lino and sell thoni at the very lowest prices Call and see us at Hickman E E Reeves Co International stout FODUI 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee If it dogs not do what is claimed for it your money will be refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching aud your horses system undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertise ment but for the next 30 days will give thelNTERNATEONAL STOCK BOO 11 illustrated with over 183 Largo Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 83 00000 to produce Book is 9 by 6 m contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars as a practical reterence book This book tells all about International Stock Food You get it with a package of food if you buy iusido of 30 days from me personally- J A MCCLURE 61G Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders Left at- Shaws Dept Store will recoivejprompt attention r Ic- i FOR SALE A nice clean Stock of Goods at Cayce Ky A money making business good reasons for soiling I also have a lot of Farms for sale pricesJ 011 Fulton Ky F S ArrJa dd00RELAW IIICK3IAN ESTUCKY Office partner of Judgo U if Remley DR S K DAVIDSON JentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Gowgilla Drue store 0 E EAKER Genecat Gcocer Powell Block Clinton St laving purchased the Grocery Stock of J J C Oonilnninlt would be pleased to have all oM friends to call Fresh Good and Choice Uar nins II F1 Tlcntlcy Joe W Bennett BENNETT i REilLEYAT- rOBNBYSATIAW =Will practice in all Courtsespecially- the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Roraleys in Hickman CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in trying to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILI CBOWBU r PAINTS AND PA1- NTCowgills 8 At We have just received a large ship ment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pare White Lead Crown fi brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the market howbgfDRUGGISTS TO r CARUTHERS BAKERY AND- CONFECTiONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIESI t I I i CLINTON STREET HICKMAX KEN riJCKY I Number 90 IITelephone INSURE IN THE 1UTUAL1sI FIT LIPE- INSUItANOR CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1845 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 crease tho insurance or convert the pol icy into an endowment payable at a specified and gradually diminishing ago 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time after two years premiums have been paid T1 3 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupation after two years 4 INCONTESTABLE After two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFICIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY AOTION BY IN SUREDAfter having failed to pay the premium j the insurance will be continued for the full amount for as long ape riod as the value will carry it provided two years premiums have been paid All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends corn mend a policy in this Company to allM y desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CONVINCED of its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and any desired informa tion will be furnished by R T5 TYLER AGT k i T ic m mmWilL All Real Estate and Income Gees to His Widow hatfrer KemaluB After the W14 uw Dentit Goes tu II1 Krottier iunl SUtern Minre aaU Slmre Alike iuiiou 0 Sept 28 Secretary Cor telyou came hertz tu assist Mrs Wc Kinley in disposing of matters con nected with the late presidents rtadingMiJ the faithful secretary Mrs Mc Kiuley made u heroic effort to bear up and succeeded in doing so al though the ordeal was litlicult for 4 her All legal formalities necessaryf for her to subscribe to were disposed of Judge Day and Secretary Cortel you thenweiit to the office of the probate judge and offered the will prolrnteThey ing 1 Ida S McKinley widow of JlerebjdI estate awl recomiiiend the appoint ment of William n flay and George D Cortelyou as administrators with I the will amvexw- iJills recommendation bears the date o September 27 1901 Following is th text of Pivsideut SIeKinlej fi will VnsliingtoiiIlq latest will and testament hereby re voking all former wills To my Kjlov tl wife Ida S Mc Ivinley I eIh1th nil of my rvil estate nherevvr ftnn ted and the in come from any personal property of 4vhh I mtiy be possessed at death during her natural life I make the following charge upon nllJiiy property both real anti per r duringherpaid sum to be paid to ins sister Helen McKinley If the laconic from my property be insufficient to keep Thy wife in great comfort and pay the annuity above provided then I direct that such of my property be sold so as to make a sum adequate for both purposes Whatever property remains at the death of my wife I give to my brother and sisters share and share alike My chief concern is tIHitmY wife froih riiy estate shall have all she requires for her comfort and pleasure and that my mother shall be provided with whatever money she requires to make her old ape comfortable and happy Witness my hand and seal this 2Mtlay of October 1S97 to my last will and testament made at the city of Washington District of Columbia Seal WILLIAAf McKINLEY v lThe foregoing will was witnessed by us this 22d day of October 1S97 at the request of the testator and his nine signed thereto in our presence 4 andVpur signaturesi hereto in his pres ence 0 U CORTfiLYOU- C1IA11LES LOEFFLEH Tt is given out on authority that the McKinley estate will total S225 000 to 230000 including life insur ance of 07000 Aside from the 07 000 mentioned the estate consists of real estate here and contiguous to Washington Monday morning at 9 oclock has been fixed by the probate court for n hearing prior to probating the will Then it is expected Secretary Cor telyou and ludjre Day will be finally appointed administrators of the estate with will annexed and will give bond Secretary Cortelyou made the neces ary affidavit as lo the genuineness cf the signature of the president and his own Mr Loeffler reached here Saturday and made atlidavit as to his i signature and to having seen the president attach his name to the loc ument The will is in the presidents own handwriting and is on executive mansion letter paper THE CUBAN TARIFF Exeentlve Order Containing Modlfl cation Promulgated ilarch SI 3KOO Mmle Public Washington Sept 2SThe war de partment has made public the text 01 the executive order containing I modifications of the Cuban tariff promulgated March 31 1900 The principal changes made have been t jiot yl heretofore viz A reduction of ten to five per cent od valorem in the dutyon every equipment stock of from ten to five per cent sugarmaking machinery nnd tIle cancellation of the special concession relating to Porto Rican Coffee 1Allegel KmbcMler Arreated New York Sept 2SWm Hoepp I ner a former confidential bookkeeper CltYIii haying it is alleged embezzled be I tween 30000 and 40000 from the I lirm has been arrested at Buenos t Ayres jYII1Invade London JCeAV York Sept 2STheWorJd Friday announced that Henry Siegel j who recently sold his interests in Sie gel Cooper will engage in a part t nership with Sir Thomai Lipton to establish a big American department store in London i Emma Goldman 0 Leutere j Chicago Sept 2SEmma Goldman Hfter addressing mass mceting here vhhl go forth on n tour of anarchIStic projnnaida Ainong the places she will visit are Spring Valley Buffalo Paterzon N J and Philadeplila ztl t T LOST THEIR LIVES Thirteen Irimi e or Drowned In a Cnmp Willie Anleep In a Dry Itnvlne In Texas San Antonio Tex Sept 2SXew has just been received of u terrible disaster that occurred in Presidio county near the Rio Grande river on the 23th instant 13 men who were prospecting for cinibar losing their lires in floods caused by a water spout or cloudburst The following are the names of the dead William Bolls George Ilolton Henry Carter Hernandez Costello Philip Humphries Peter Schautler Alfredo Monte William lelTerson Thomas Frezeli Algernon then Cas lper Deutschiuuti George Ainch fiii bid Carr The men were in two parties camp ed one mile apart in a dry ravine known as Alaminto creek In which there had been no water for 13 months on account of drougth Tile men were asleep at 9 oclock when there was a cloudburst several mites up the ravine A volume of water 20 feet high washed down the channel of the ravine and swept over the men in the two camps before they were aware of their danger All were drowned and up 1o this time only1 six bodies have been recovered The Aliminio empties into the Rio I ramie river not far from whore the fatality occurred and It is more than probable that the other seven bodies hav l ceii swept into that I stream KIRKLAND B ARMOUR The Prmldciif nt the Arn nr Inter c lit KiinxnH City UIctt Urhht Dju4ue Kansas City Sept 28 Kirkland B Armour died at his roxidetico here Mr Armour suffered with lrijhls disease and a weak heart and had Iwen sinking gradually for throe days lie had been ill for two years and had vainly sought imirovcmcnt at various health resorts in the cast and south Kirkland B Armour was horn at Stockbridge X Y in lSi4 lie was the son of Andrew Wai sou Armour ho was for many years conspicu ously identified with the Armour interests in Kansas City and entered the paukiug hoiiv firm in 1S72 After the death of his father he was made vice president anti general manager of the Kansna City branch and upon the death in 1S9S of So B Armour he succeeded to the presidency He was in the directories of half a dozen Kansas City concerns- GARDNERWALCOTT FIGHT Tilt I Hirer Wn Ehn the Heeldtor nt the Kinl of the JOIIi Itoiiinl After n llnrd Kiulit San Francisco Sept 2SGeorge Gardner anti Toe Wolcott met in a 20 round contest at the Mechanics pavilion for a percentage of the re ceipts The betting on the fight was light with Gardner a 10 to 8 favorite In the poolrooms Walcott ivns given the decision at the end of the 20th round The fight was a hard and fast one with honors about even until the ISth round Val colit took a decisive lead in this round when he caught Gardner hard on the jaw lie followed up his advantage until time finish never letting up for a minute PRESIDENT CASTRO It U AMNrrtrd Tlmt lie Will Drclnr War i n Colombia nt the Knit of tho Month Willemstndt Island of Curacao Sept 2H via Ilaytien Cablelt is again asserted in wellinformed circles at Caracas that President Castro will declare war on Colombia at the end of the month The Venezuelan government is without financial resources and will shortly use the method of South American dictatorships and proceed to raise funds by force Lack of confidence in the gov ernment is manifested everywhere in Venezuela HEAVY LOSS Klrr Dolrojcil Ita f Drying and Cur iMtf IIoildliiK of the Grand nap idsi Ientlivr Co Grand rapids Mkh Sept 2SFlrbrone out in the drying and curing building of the Grand Rapids Leather Co at Mill Creek four miles north of this city on Grund River early Saturday morning and destroyed it and a large stock of cured leather and machinery The loss is estimated at 100000 partly insured The whole plant was threatened and fire apparatus was sent from here nrltlnh Tobacco Company London Sept 28Thc British To bficco Co was registered in Lon lon the subscribers including Messrs Duke Fuller and Harris of the American Tobacco Co The purpose of the new organization is to acquire the interests of Ogdens limited the Jig British tobacco concern The Cruiser Ien Jlolncn Des Moines la Sept 2SGor Shaw has been advised by the navy department that the cruiser Des Moines will be ready for launching the latter part of November lie had chosen Jfiss Francos West of this city to christen the boat Kenljcnntlon of Gov Dole San Francisco Sept 2SSince the arrival here of the steamer Sierrn lost Wednesday the story has been circulated that just befOiti the vessel left Honolulu Gov Dole wrota Jus I resignation NO FENCE COR NER FARMING The Very Good Reason for the Long Straight Furrows and Great Fields That Are a Feature of Western Canada Farms X 4 IIUIUOS1TY and a love of travel 4 combined caused me to take ant extensive trip through the ag ricultural sections of Western Canada during the past summer and while there 1 was given the best of opportunities of studying and judging for myself of the conditions that exist in that extensive section of our continent After I had traveled over a few mil lion acres of Western Canada and watched and studied what at first teemed to me an extravagant waste of land on the part of the farmers I became better jicqualuUd with conditions i and the very good reasons for this seeming wastage I had been used to the farming operations of the more thickly populated States where to wake farming pay it was necessary to cultivate practically every foot of ground where it was the rule rather than the exception to goI to the length of blasting out if necessary heavily rooted trees or large bowlders where much of the farm land was secured by clearing it of tim ber and stones which had been accom plished only after years of toil and privation on the part of the first set tiers There traveled with me over these millions if acres of Canadian soil a gentleman who had been reared upou just this sort of a farm in Michigan and as he expressed it land was so scarce and so valuable because of its scarcity that we hud to cultivate even tIlt corners of the rail fences But in my journey through the agri cultural section of Western Canada ranging from Winnipeg on the east to the Hock Mountains on the west and from the international boundary on the south to the Saskatchewan river and beyond on the north 1 saw noth ing that savoredof our method offence corner farming and in time I learned the reason for the little un cultivated tracts Time rather than land is the valu able commodity in Western Canada In a country where the soil is snuSciently The Western Canada Farmer Cultivate Hit Land Upon Wholesale Methods fertile to produce thirty and forty bushels of wheat to the acre from less than a bushel of seed where the government gives everyone desiring it a free homestead of ICO acres of this land and where more may be bought at from 3 to 5 per acre where one years crop will much more than pay for the land upon which it is grown it is a wicked waste of time to cultivate the fence corners Before 1 had acquired this informa tion I was on one farm where a roadway cut off a small corner of laud from the remainder of a field of wheat There was I should say nearly an acre in this little plat of neglected ground and I asked the owner of the farm why it had not been put under cultivation To undertake to plow that little threecornered strip of land would take far more time than the land is worth giving both the present market value To add it to the remainder of the field would necessitate a longer way around from the main road to the house Lying just across the road there is 160 acres of as good land as this upon which I have this year grown more than 30 bushels of wheat to the acre and I can buy that land of the railroad for 4 an acre It would take as much time to plow that small piece in Its present shape as it would to plow two acres of the land across the road and so would be what we in this country consider a waste of valuable timeStraight furrows and long ones is the plowing rule in Western Canada and the gang plow is the favorite meth od of turning the soil The Western Canada farmer I found cultivates his land upon wholesale methods No matter where he may come from no matter what the methods in vogue in his native place may mae been the farmer in Canada soon learns that it is wholesale methods that pay best there and for this reason it is Western Cana da that is the home of every improved agricultural machine that tends to the speed handling of great harvests or the production of them These ma hines are not always the product of Western Canadian inventors but tie Western Canadian farmers are among the heaviest buyers of this class of ag ricultural machinery in the world The Canadian farmer never becomes land poor as does the farmer in the States When lIe buys land lie knows that it will bring him adequate returns upon his investment and that his government will not put a burden of taxes upon it As a sample of what is possible with the progressive farmers iv Western Canada let me cite the case of one living near White Plains in Maui toba a Mr Winslow by name During the past season this one man bad 2700 acres of land planted in wheat and harvested 07500 bushels lIe makes farni J 11 p r lag on these fertile lands Immensely profitable by going about it in a wholesale way Do not however Imagine that it is only the wholesale methods that pay well in Western Canada I saw men who owned only the 160 acres of land the government had given them as a makingbetterfamilies stud taring more money than theStattscompllranel topUrhucould accumulate the means with which to buy They fully realized that they could not get too much of what they knew was a good thing There buylug acre andat 30 to 40 an ncrtIThe straight furrows and the long ones are possible in Western Canada where as I know from my own investi gations made during the past summer farming pays and pays well WRIGHT A PATTERSON Kulr ViiruIiif pmA a distant pfllof overheadWhat man as he started up from the parlor sofa in alarmThat thehouehioldIrollPingAnd hastily gathering the hint unto him self the young man carried it out into the gloomy night Chicago Daily Xeu V4 liufn In n Name Ah lit Mphed after site had blushing IIv whi ownMehutabelJ Surelypet name atboarding1 Philadelphia Ire Vrrj inIIluuM v daughter you have been out with one of thoie football players again Jll1irJ the watchfulmother Why how do you know mamma Why I found u long hair on your blue hirtnaist Yonker statesman A Doutttful Compliment rdyJa1mran come out so plain in my photographs plainer even than Ilam Photographer I4gulIantIypOhmnadnu that ii impossible Moonshine i AVlirrc HOMILY Are tenrre Mr ierlanw I hAd to do five uuieuis ivoek ttkpOhtroit Fiee 1ieiJ CriiMlied tgzIs Drummer in trainl this seat tng get Coy Country l1idXo but lam Judge helee1tCbicuIO VIII2 MAKKETS mclmmti Sept 30 r VTT1K Common 2 25 fir 3 35 ivtra butchers 4 GQ ji 5 U- tCALVESExtra C 25 ill G 50 HJiSKeleet shippers G D5 tjt 7 10 Mixed packers C 50 jj 6 f- itSllEEPIxtrnII 10 sJ 3 1- 5LAMIISExtra 4 40 tt 4 50 FLOUK Spring put 3 SO il 4 15 WHEAT No i red f 2 74 CORN No 2 mixed C V hOi 3 OATS Xo S mixed CI 101- JfYE Xo 2 i t 5S HAY Ch timothy i13 U- 5IORK Family tl5 50 LAHDStuin fii 9 75 BUTTElt Ch dnirJII 12V Choice creamery ft 2- 4APPIESIer brl 1 75 n 2 50 POTATOES 2 40 Cr 2 50 Sweet potatoes 1 85 i 2 00 TOBACCO New 8 05 1i 9 85 Old 11 25 13 00 Chlcnco- PLOUJJ Win patent 3 50 73 2 GO WHEAT No 2 red 6014i 106 No 3 spring OS 11s 69I 4 CORN No 2 fe 50 KYE No 2 55 IfV 55 Hi 35j1OltKless 1475- LARDSteam U 9214if y y5 Jietr York PLOU11 Win patent 30 3 SO WHEAT No 2 red i 75 CORNNo mixed zJ62I4 OATS No 2 mixed 3SYl in E Western 62 POKK Family 1750 Ti lS 00 LAKD Steam c10 35 Baltimore w1Ilvrxo 2 red 1Y71ftSouthern 6S1i ft 7- 2CORNNo 2 mixed tOWi GO 38YCAflLlHOGS Western G 75 6 SO Loulavllle WHEAT Xo 2 red 7- 1CORNNo 2 mixed M 62 3SyPORKLARD Steum 10 00 JndlnapoUIWHEAT No 2 red 702 COItNNo 2 mixed r 58 OATS No 2 mixed 361k 37 Philadelphia French A Philadelphian tells the story of a waiter at a restaurant in the Quaker city who has lately announced that he has begun to study French Do you find it necessary here asked the customer Not here sir said the waiter but Ive been offered a steady job iin Paris at one of the hotels if 1 can learn French But Paris is full of French waiters said the gentleman Im afraid youre being de ceived Oh no sir said the man with much saruietuezs and abolute simplicity Its a perfectly straight thing The proprietor of the hotel says the waiters he has cant understand French 88 we Philadelphians fori1ouWlncnimfn Farm Lands The best of farm lands can be obtained theChiclgoi a low price and on very fatorable terms excellent muchImrsIyour own property particu PassengerAgentway Chicago How He Vus Sent Several ladies tni their children were strolling through a cemetery reading in scriptions Oh mamma cried little Agnen stop ping at a grave lucres some one tent C O D I The horrified mother turned to chide her daughter hut paused as milie read James Brown Co D on the headstone Chi cago Daily Sews Lines of tile AiixtruIIaiiIonilon Mnll i 1 YorkCentralslperson interested in the growth of ourcom inerce should read jt Sent free on receipt PassengerAgent I Martyr to love Pearl Kat are you sure that he loves herhubLoves her Why he actually let her sketch hint in crayon and die lia only toolncagoDily I am tired of this monkey business ex claimed the irritable citizen Then he went out and chased the organ grinder frciu the door Indianapolis News Dropsy treated free by Dr H II Greens onot Atlanta Ga The greatest drupsy specialists in the world Read their wirer tisement in another column of this paper If a man wants a quarter for an article and you are not willing to r1V that uvcidont haggle let him keep it Atchison Clnbe The Public Awards the Palm to Hales I coughsPikestfthen fools speak out in met in let wii e j men hold their poare lest the fools break i it Atlanta Constitution Sivcat or fnit acids will not Jicolor FADELESSDYES Kvcry loafer hangs around some other man Globe who would otherwise work AUhison Pisoa Cure for Consumption is an infali ble remedy for cough andeoldsN W Samuel Ocean iiroveN J Feb 17 1000 What loneliness is more lonely than dis trust George Eliot Relieve AVItoojiliiK Cough With Hoxsies Croup Cure nausea SOcts I The early morning hath hath guM in its mouthFrankhinSozodont Good for Bad Teeth Not Bad for Good Teeth Sozodont 25c SozodonbToolh Powder 25c 25cLarge Liquid and Powder 75c HALL RUCK EL New York TEETH DECAYED tdiianfdenJIstrilion bjr the nbc of Dr Vllliuui zew difccorerr DENTOIINEIn two weeks AppUed daily It causes a growth of New Dtntlne until the tooth IIs as perfect an before decay bcpan Anyone who dread the dental chair should procure a box thereby avoiding pain Iou ofI 00expense1 Just what a dentist would charge for a tingle floret dlllne Cures Dlieased Gums Whitens Yelow Dis colored Teeth td a Beautiful Whlteneui Ierfectly llarmlets Satisfaction Guaranteed Bares Uoney HaTes Teeth Address D C WILLIAMS A Co Dent1ts- P U Box 212 Cincinnati O PILES gives inARARCdlw stantre- itef and POSITIVE IY CDKEM PILESFor free sample address LIAIlEJII TntBBC bollCloc New York NEW DISCOVERY inlI DROPSY quirk inter and cures wont daystrrtmentfmI BrownIu DO YOU LOVE YOUR- HUSBAND s d a J 1 t f Shydoal2thegreat 4II AtlanticI Liners Have special lockers belli to ca- rryStJEobs Oil Prcaua tsroutward appli- cadon it has no equaL It is a m i Line chest in itself for It 1 Conquers Pain lRfCMOS J i a uantcr of aCcutury The reputation of W L Douglas 3CO and 350 shoes for style comfort andwear has excelled all other makes sold atthese prices This excellent reputation has been won by merit alone w L Douglas shoes have to give better tatisfacticn than other 300 and S3 60 shoes because hit reputation for the beat 300 and 35O shoes must be maintained The standard has always been placed so high that the moneyinshoes than he can act elccwher- eVlj Douglas nclL more 3 CO and3 Ql shoes than any other two zaanuIactureiSw W L Douglas 400 Gilt Edge Lits cannot be cquaIledqt4i rdcc W L Dougtaa 3OO and 3fI hooa arc mad at the urn hlgfs grade leather used In 5 and SG I InsistcoodSolduiuii liuvliiq W L Douglas ulioea with name and price stamped on bottom How to Order by Maliif W I Doaglatt thoei ate not void in your town send order direct to faltnn Shoe tI seat nvwTn tn itnl ntnd NycuaQm custoutW VTCAT Tate tneAscrem nU oC KV foot as shown on mOllel states 4 SSs 01 Jlo desired ilwandvrWIU i v usually worn plain or j cap toe bean med I Q i lam or light sote 4s A tit puancefd TrrajoAr rut Cclor fjilitt id i7CUlo NiJGiTWDTHE OWER ORIGINAL t II f1SRBRlt SLICKERDepIN1cscytuG- vISSURE PlOT INIr WIT IELTI4D CATALOGUES FREE i I LINe0FGARMNT5AND1IAT3AJTowet I HEADKItS OF TillS PAPKR 1131 ItINO TO BUY AXYTU1KQ ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS fillOLLD INSIST UPON HAVING WIIAT TUEV ASK FOR REFUSING ALL SUUSTITUTKS OK IMITATIONS aririi beat by Tnl77 YEARS I flNfI XaxQMT Mustr FKCIT BOOK inc We HAV CASH WeeklySTARK B t Cough Syrupt TaMecOood HM In time Pold A N KK 185 THBH WmiTIUCI TS A VflTIERplea state that yea saw tlu y at i tki paper u =Yes of course you do and you want him to live and enjoy life the rod things you can give him Then help him live right When his skin gets yellow and he looks bilious his eyes red and watery his breath smells bad 99 times out of J 00 his liver is logy Now if you want a man keepshimI wholesome food and make him take Cas carets to stir up his liver Big doses of salts and strong medicines make him weak I and leave him worse than ever We make the best bowel and liver tonic for man woman childCascarets They are easy to take eat them like candy Cascarets arc made of bark roots and herbs act just like nature acts Get a box on our sayso and if you are not pleased you can have your money back Thats fair isnt it We soldover 1ixmiIIicn boxes last year Our business is big the largest of its kind in the world They COlt JOcv 25c and 50c a box A 50c box is a months treatment for the worst case of bad liver and bowels Remember the nameCascaretseach tablet is stamped C C C Get theeenuinc tod if the dealer offers you something else just as good he lies We guarantee them Get what you ask for and you will be satisfied I f C f i irr 0 h f ik 1Th1 f i rv j I t fi SUertf J GEORGE TCARUEN Publisher UICK IAN KENTUCKY t 1901 OCTOBER 1501 mJ ML 1 me ra mLlru SIT 1 2 3145 6 y89lIl2 19M1I J i 26iL27 28 2930 31 I dt i CURRANT TOPICS i Xrw York has now 60000 telephone stations jI Saloons are permitted on San Fran eStco ferrJboatsUnA burning sun will make hair grow haonThe demand for electrical ventila tors in India is ahead of 1he supply The 1001 flaxseed crop of British InIdla is officially estimated at SGG1140 bushels The Oregon Agriculturist estimates the prune crop of that state at 8000 000 pounds The plague germ is supposed to eatinrg Sinoldy rice 11 Ships built today average three iliiid onequarter times the size of t those built in 1375 Idaho advicem place the area sown to flax in Nez Perces County Idaho acresIOrient pearls are made of the scalesI uf the bleak Jt takes 17000 fish t0 obtain a pound of the substance Alfred Vauderbilt who is IOW tl thud of his family is one of the Lest tanatetir teni player in New York Jf 0 she favorite instrument in Spain the mandora of the guitar family IU usually provided with six pairs wire strings By the advice of eminent oculists lhe authorities of Munich have deck td no longer to use gas or petroleum t for lighting school rooms innnIy ducks owned by Louis Gould from r quacking at night so that they wiilI not disturb the slumbers of Hurry C Tenl a neighbor A friend of Pasteurs in Paris says l that the man who was to revdlutiou Ize chemistry stood fourteenth in a N la uttr + bCysjn the lSih mtlrkcdtt In the chief room of every Japanese house there is a slightly raised duis which is arranged so that it can rethe1 shut off from the rest of the roomI This is the place for the emperor toandR tit should he ever visit that home According to a preliminary oiliali1 statement that wheat crop of South Australia for the season of 19001001 amounted to 11607791 bushelsii against 8719536 bushels in 1599190- thei increase being 2585255 bushels The municipal council of S1 Pe J i expeihe rtone may study the telephone system reorgacc zing the one in use in St Peterabur j Emperor William has ordered that the second regiment of life hussars EmpreFrederick gg1n mi the second regiment of life bus stars Queen Victoria of Prussia Xo I s r hacti ttfpplya masthead lamp by a pipe the hollow mast and a fog bell will be rung by the rolling of the vessel J Cough weather and failing that thet current of gas The officers of the Russian naTa1I j commission supervising the construe y lion of warships for their govern sent at the Cramps yards in Phila delphia are noted for the excellence t pf the tea which they brew special ly their favored visitors ii The total emigration of Swedes to America during the fait fifty years t fcati exceeded 859000 while about 150f to 400 Swedes have gaiieto other coUn- tries Of the emigrant to the United b States only 5 per veal have returnedt fo their native country According to a state official report =i the value of farm products sold o roductioaJble inI Jh ve stock 76336334 cereals 38665743 vaixyand poultry S729w 23 hay i fruit wool etc JS 387265- Atf C tta in Saxoay pemoas who flidHot pay their taxes last year are 4 sFp thecitit k either meat nor drink at these piaet imttlerj penalty of loss of licensegA recent official report of the gov ferntnent of British t esiry t pit 248501000 bushels against 182582 j t V OOO bushels in 1900 J t f+ Gen Nelson A Miles has added to t vjhifi collection of arms which is on J rif tile best in this country a sword I worn bYSimon Bolivar during one of I i t j1II South AmerIcan campaigns t 0 t The latest returns of the wort jiinerohantl Bhippiag show that Great I filiritain possesses 14261254 tons 1 taa total of 20043738 The Unitedf1 jfitates1 cornea second with 27200 t jtoiiB and Gerjuapy 100000 lessr 1 ti I ILtVcJti FFERED A REVERSE A Company of the 9th Infantry Almost Annihilated Filipinos Secured All Company Supplies and RISe Except 1 Z Captain Flrnt Lieutenant and Major Suriceen Escaped hiWashingtondisastrous fight between troops o the nth infantry and the insurgents in the island of Samar Saturday was sent promptly by Gen Hughes com tiianding in that island to Gen Chaf fee at ifanlla and by him transmit ted to the war department It reached the department during the early hours Sunday and Adjt Gen Corbin iealiing its importance at once made it public after sending a copy to the white house Gen Chalices dispatch is ns follows Manila Sept 29 Adjutant Gen eral Washington lushes reports following from Bassey Southern Sa 1icentJ tour men Uth regiment ited States infantry wounded ve just arrived from Balangign re mainder company killed Insurgents secured all company supplies und all rifles except 12 Company was attack ed during breakfast morning Septem ber 28 company 72 strong officers Thomas W Connell Captain Ed ward A Rumpus first lieutenant Dr It S Griswold major surgeon escaped I CHAFFEE The news created a sensation in official circles It was the first se sere reverse that has occurred for a long time Still the officials were not unprepared for news of just this character from Samar in which the revolution started by Aguinaldo still continues Samar is n country about ns large as the state of Ohio and the American forces of occupation number in all between 2000 and 2500 amongtovarious posts in the island a large number being located at the more im madei ittthreeofmonths past that the United States has undertaken that work The infantrydwhile it was engaged in clearing the country of insurgentsrueattacked while at breakfast indicates the daring and pluck of the insurgents Immediately upon receipt of the dispatch Adjt Gen Corbin cabled Gen ChafTcc to send a complete re port of the fight and list of casualties A well known official of the goy ejniTirtntfii r eakingHoeNthmoat break against the American forces ini Saaiar said he regarded it as a sequence of the assassination of Pres ideal JfcKinlcy In all probability irsurgents had received he said only meager reports of the tragedy possibly believed the shooting tow the result of some popular out break against the president The natives had seized the opportunity in the flickering hope of retrieving tome of their lost ground 0Manila Sept 30Cnpt Lawrence J Hearn of the 21st infantry reports insurgentssnear Candelaria the Americans loping killed and two wounded The in beenofcapturednj severalgammunition BOERS ARE BANISHED Several of the Leader Have Ilecn Sent Ont of the Trnnnvunl Permanently Pretoria Sept 301 pamphlet lint Loninauthority containing no- tiCe of the permanent banishment of sincebyfront Lord Kitchener replying to a communication from Acting President SchulkBurger received October 3 Lord Kitchener promises to send the SchalkBurgcr letter to the imperial government which he says recipro ejates the hoer statemans desire for peace In conclusion Lord Kitchener de clures that having annexed the two republics to Great Britain he can not break faith with the people who have shown loyalty to the new regime and so far as clemency to Cape rebels is concerned this Iis the prerogative of the ruler which must diuts cretlon proidillburghers still in the field in accord nnce with the terms of Lord Kitch evers previous proclamation London Sept 3D The Daily Kx Lonto1 tolitchener has asked for 25000 more reasoned mounted men and for power to hang rebels traitors and murder ra without reference to the bolo- overnment e Shot its Wife and Illranclf Buffalo X Y Sept 0 Etlwin M f lark manager of toilet concessions 5n the exposition grounds shot IPSi atife through the left cheep in Ihe Hotel Edwin parlor then committee1 suicide by shooting himself in the head dsPreferred Prlnon to Military Service Atlanta Ga Sept 30Clm War deliberatelyodeserted from the United States arm courtmartintI uhd imprifonment to feeling out their unexpired jEnlistinent THE YACHT RACES Ike Great International Contest foi Americas Cup lleuuu at Sandy 4 Lout IlBhtuhln ii- II New York Sept 27One of the bi Best crowds that ever putt to sea w fro down to the Sanely Hook Lightshprj Thursday to witness Sir Thomas tiic tons second challenger Shamrock nnntI the white flyer Columbia which successfully defended the colldI Americas cup against his first trophy two years ago struggle Jfor yacht supremacy of the world in iift tIle excursion fleet returned digit pointed The great single sticker I TIlE COLUMBIA went out Thursday morning fresh for the battle but the sea refused them n field of conflict The wind aeve more than nine und sometill1 a low as three knots was too light au shifty to curry the contestants over j L SHAMJROC II the 30mile course in the time al1 lotted by the rules At the end of the and a half hours the prescribed time the race was otllcially eleclared off and the yachts were towed bark to their berths inside Sandy Iloeik l si I AMERICAS CUP New York Sept 3Tn the inter national races for Americas cup Saturday the Columbia won The Sham rock II led in the earlier stages of 1the contest but the Columbia slowly gained on its British competitor luring the last stage ami finished 30 seconds ahead of the Shamrock II rTens of thousands held their breath to give voice to the skies when the Columbias jibboom went spearing across the line some three lengths ahead of the Shamrock 11 TWO BROTHERS ARRESTED i They Are Charged With Uureerl Mr Uren Their after and John 3Ieloy s Te5oto Mo Sept 30 Daniel and William Greenhill are under arrest rrsUrelra suitor for her hand The two were killed Saturday night at the home of Mrs Urens father Robert Greenhill eloyhadhimself At the inquest Sunday how ever it developcd that the forehead gl13111instrument wounds A Moody ax was found in the bed of William Greenhill and a bloodstained hatchet was discove elsewhere in the house These finds theLrotbcrsThe Wilkes Launched t UnitedStnteNcessfully launched Miss Harriet o Rankin a 13yearold granddaughteri of the late Adm Wilkes for whom the boat inamed being the sp tin sor ftKnoxiJIeLane 30Wj WCurtisSandaystllNow4- t f TAYLOR AND FINLEY Gov Durbin Delays Action on Their Requisition Tilt Pattern Submitted to Durlilii Are VolmiiliioUM It IN Generally lIe the Heiulnltloiii Will IllevedXot He Honored Indianapolis Ind Ode1G0 Dur bin Monday afternoon informed th Kentucky ollkials here with a requi sition from Guy Beckhain of Ken tucky for the return to that stat for trial of W S Taylor and Charle- tKiuley charged with complicity i the Goebel murder that he would no render formal decision for a week or moreThis final answer of the governor was iu compliance with the request of the Kentucky representatives tha the governor rend carefully flitretranscript of the record mid th briefs in the Powers ease the brief- and decisions of the court of ap peals in all the Goebel eases to tether with the dissenting opinion- of the judges of 1he court of appeals from the decision of the court The papers submitted to the got error by Arthur Goebcl S L Millis and J It Griftin of Cincinnati an Chief of Police Williams of Frank fort Ky was voluminous and treat ed the matter extensively from ull standpoints including the history of the Goebel murder the trials of Powers Youtsey Howard and Ripley and the former application of Kentuch haterrins saiddI asked the governor who was about to deny the requisitions if had read all the evidence in the eases lie said he had not I then asked hin if after Tending the evidence he felt the verdicts were fair in the other cases he would surrender Taylor and1 1inley and he dill not reply I then asked him if he did not think it fair that he should rend this evidence be fore deciding nail he said he would It is the general feeling here that the requisitions will be refused VENEZUELA INVADERS Xeiv of Their uutplrte Ilefont lii the IViiliixiiln of oajlrii IIJloiuliiari Trooiis Coiillriueil Colon olombia Oct 30 via Gal n ton Tex Arrivals here from tIlt coast bring no news from Uio llacha but they confirm the news previously cabled of the complete defeat of the Venezuelan invaders at the i eninsula of Goajira by Colombian troops im assisted b3 Venezuelan invaders Sev jral guns some mitralleuses and rifles fn1ttrquanthyn of niniuunUion were captured It is mid that tit u date of the engagement was Septeni her IX After this defeat the Indians who inhabit Goajini captured the returning Venezuelans who had pre viously robbed them of their horses while on their way through the coot try Among the prisoners captured were three Venezuelan rebel chiefs The iinvaders lost many men killed Gen Orbis who formerly served under Gen Alban was also killed RURAL FREE DELIVERY The INiMtninHter General AVI11 AHC For An AiCKre rute of tyrOOO Fur ItM Kxtentloii Washington Oct tThe official estimates for the fiscal year beginning July 1 1902 wind Postmaster General tictlth will submit to con gre s at the opening of tIll session call for an aggregate of 0230000 fu rural free delivery service throughout the country This is an increase of 3 2750010 over the expenses of th rapidly growing service for the cu rent year The total for the free delivery service proper which is th operated iu cities is 18745000 an in crease of nine per cent The grand aggregate for the entire postal free delivery service inclusive of loUt the ifree delivery and rural free delivery is 24995000 ERUPTION OF OIL Rocks Water 1ns and Oil Were ttrptit Welch In rWelsh Ii Oct 1TIle oil we 11fpsj which is situated three miles front thIs place was the scene of perhaps the greatest eruption ever witnessed in this part of The country Beau mont not excepted Monday morning The well was capped Saturday night and work was suspended until Monday morning The cap was blown about 400 feet from the well lochs ti+ ate gas and oil were thrown 250 feet in the air and for a lateral distance rotorIthrown 20 feet and the top of t derrick was completely torn off tlric derrick can be repaired and the action of the gas ceases THe well is now but 200 feet deep The Jlenumoiit Oil Field Beaumont Tex Oct 1The num ber of oil wells brought in duri n the month of September is 20 The August record was 23 and the number brought in prior to August 1 was 20 making a total of 63 gushers at the close of this mont- halclanles Salary 1alrt Washington Oct 1 Warrants were drawn at the treasury department in tcheme lute President McKinleynt the ti of his death The amount was r c1 I tdarlr ttraa t aaaaaaKaaartaaa aaao aaa aae aa as aoEaeF i If ty A 4zyO t D 11 COMPLICATIONS EXISTED Sireeplmr ChaiiKen Were lade lly tUe Director of the veimhoro Street Rallvruy Co Owensboro tomeplications of the street railway com any of this city that have exists for time ue1 cantzinittee to investigate the accounts of the artra tion several mouths ago When the reorganization was effectedi Hugh McGowun the Indianapolis street car magnate became one of iiitJ f enberiek lame here is McGowons charee installesd E C Folsom as superintendent iint place of the old superintendent em secerasf cexpensirhangesc count that astonished the directors who demanded his resignation Ilifen stated un cut A week was granted but he still held out and the board took action deposing him tad instaNe- mother in hiM stead and restore the old superintendent FolsomI t+ a then deposed as was the small army uutrl other employes THE KUKLUX GANG t Iliifcil wii Trlul nt rliievllle For a tieIllllrnny ubbrry tar Pincville Ky Sept 281he kuklux tlptnredInsurd lirought to this place are now on trial for a number of crimes such as murder highway robbery and atr tempting to wreck trains The trial of this sung was trans ferred to this place from Whitesbuiy Ky the county seat of Tetcher count on an application of the counsel tm Ctteas taken owing to the intense feel j ii aniinst the outlaws in that coun iy There are 13 in the gang to be tried ami the firstcake caned waa that of Mans Wright This kuklu narts iis composed of the Heynolds j and Wright factions and has been operatinif in Letcher county and Hull county for several years Their last relate was that oC murdering a woman named Big Wilson in Letcher county The last and 14th member of this gang Morgan Reynolds is still itjlarge ireynffltls jsthe 1eadL r ofthn gang and derive officers to take him Constables are bringing in witnesses for the commonwealth y DR JENKINS INAUGURATED lie IM Formally IiiKtnlleil KM l renl dent of Ihe Kentucky Llilver Ity at IevIiiKton Lexington Ky Sept 37One of tIle most notable events in the denomina tion of the Christian church in the south was celebrated here Thursday It was the inauguration of lice Buri ris A Jenkins former pastor of theI Christian church Buffalo X Y as president of the Kentucky university the principal college of the denomination tinst west of the Allegheny mountains Addresses were delivered by Presidenti Charles F Thwing of Western He serve university Cleveland 0tX Ilazelrigr6 Frankfort exGov W O Beadle k Louisville and President Jenkins T nighastudentrs alumni und educators roof matV dfsfnguishtted citizens of the state and city Steer Entered Store Louisville Ky Sept SA red tcer which belonged to a herd th was being driven to the stock yard- created a panic on Main street from Fourth 1o Sixth by charring up nnd down the street driving the pedestrians to cover It entered three stores and did considerable damage Charged WItU Robbery Sergent Ky Sept 2S = John Phil = was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Keel Phillips is alleged to be one of the men who robbed old man Will Xewsome near Vergin last spring 4 and whose death subsequently fuledlowed r r Sold Mooimhlne tVhlnky Colemr30DcputCnitcdaley t Sunday brought to the Covington j ilin cooofJohn M n moonshiJne licenseas1CThe YounfreM Postal Clerk Maykiiiir Ky Sept 30 Bennett I dams aged fi years a son of Im I c master SEAelams of this place is Soubt the youngest postal clerk in the state if not in the United States Deputies on Guard Williumsburg Ky Sept 30The 6out company which operates n nonunion mine has this week been diR possessing miners who joined the union a short time ago The co pany has deputies on guard day and night Troops Sent tofCarbondale + C u 30CaptTJlomaN yarn with a squael of nine infant Wren went through here under onl to reconnoiter about Carbondale Crabtree wines 1 co y GUARDED BY MILITIA Two ComiiunlcB Are Uolnfc Uaty a the Jtelueeke GOld Jlluerfearl- indtsour 111e Ky radisonville 1J Sept 37Two companies of militia one from Bowl ing Green and the other from Owens horn are here and settled down for in indefinite stay There has been no disorder at the cool mines since their rival Thursday uiorning alter a conference of the officers with Circuit Judge J Nunn n company under 5laj Watt marched to the Rein ecke mints and maintained a guard until the nonunion men could go to work the result being that the mines are well manned for the first time in a week There was no clash with union men whose camp is near the lleinecke reftl to town THE NEGRO CHURCH it CUll Sot Hi Unlit Just Opposite the State Kvecutlvt Jlnunloa ut Kraiikfort Ky thedFridaylmornsing Special Judge Edelen refused to thItrustees the African Baptist church to prevent the city from interfering with them in the erection of a church building on a lot recently purchased by them jut opposite the state execu ve mansion If further attempt is made to build the church the attorney for the city says he will have war rants of arrest issued daily for the contractor and the church directors and will have the mayor issue orders to the police department to tear down- t he work as fast ns it is built The Negroes have a deal on for the sale of the llot for residence purposes THOUSANDS ATTENDED A Xeiv Church DiMllcuteil on the Spot Where leffernoii Duvln 1Par turn nt Fsilrvleiry Ky Uopkinsville Ky Sept 30 Several thousandt people S mday witnessed the elcaicatidn of the ntAv Bethel Baptist ciiurch at Fairview ten miles east qE here on the spot where Jefferson Davis+ yas born and on the lot pro seated by him to the Bethel church The edifice cost 10000 tad takes the place of the church struck by lighl ning and burned lost year at the ded i u Divisnfcssor of homiletics in the Southern llaptist Theological seminary Louis Xlisle preached the dedicatory sermon Sunday OFFICALS INDICTED Dimonii HOKM mill Slough of Iexln ton Charged With IlnlfcnMance In Olllec Lexington Ky Sept 27 The grand jury has returned indictments against Mayor IL TI Duncan exChief of Police John McD toss Tarry Stough captain of the detective force and De tective William Jenkins The charge is malfeasance in office in not enforc the law agiiinst poolrooms IMentl Guilty Hopkinsville iCy Sept 30 Amonsr those who pcadeel guilty in the cases charging rambling nt the Western Ill alle asylum were First Assistant 1heStephznsfortfor- mer Attendant W J Chiles former City Judge George F Caiupbell anti W K hillips of Powlinir Green The lines and cost amounted to 3125 iu each vac IMntorn OrirauUe thelsnoon and organized The name of the union is Typographical Union Xo 454 Both the newspaper offices and the job printing offices here are now unionized E L Miller was elected president A C Briggg vice president and M F Koertz secretary and treaty user of the new union A Kant Kllly Hexington Ky Sept SToe Rea of the Bitter toot stable Friday work the ndamquarter fastest yearling in the world and hat a bet that he will work her a quarter 032 a thing no other yearling ever did She is engaged in SOoce worth of stakes ii T For the Futurity Lexington 1y Sept 3911 L5 cfndidateTa1 heatryns The work makes him a formidable candii date for the big stake 1 i 114Stuhlied With a Screw OrlTr NeviortKv Seijtt30rere wa3a frUth1 I i ymwastuaslrebetttoi V i Ienti2uetittisrelled nosutGbtiereltted Lawrcnceburl y ept30Th R QfUlethierspcnilt i the dedicatory address w s A SHORTAGE OF COAL Schley Said He Could Not Go toiSantiago for That Reason 1 The Commodore Kxprened the Belie That the Spnnlnrd Were In Cienfnejco An lie Had Heard Some Firing Washington Sept 25The ScUey court of inquiry wus Drought tu n sudden termination for the day IS TuesTuybydeath of Tudge Jeremiah Wilson ti nior compel for Adm Sehly Tc courtbycounsel in the folloxxing language I have a very sad announcement to make to the court 1 have just heard of the death of Judge Wilson I let h him at 10 oclock this morning slightly indisposed 1 was with him until late last night I saw him this morning at d oclock and left him at 10 We have confirmed the rumor through the telephone that he hat just died at the Shoreha n hotel a id I would respectfully ask tin court ii it meets with the approxal of tree court to adjourn Adm Dewey said I have to any pounce that owing to the death of Judge Wilson of counsel the court i vill adjourn until Wcdnesdav nor i iugWashington Sept 26Two new witnesses were introduced in the Schley court Wednesday They were Adm Cotton who as captain com manded the auxiliary cruiser Harxard gad Capt Wise who commanded the auxiliary cruiser Yale during the Spanish War Both these vessels were used as scouts and both came up with the flying squadron off Santiago on May 27 before the retrograde move inent to Key West was being made Adm Cotton testified that he had pone aboard Adm Schleys flagship the Brooklyn on that date to take dispatches to him and he said at fiat that he gave him four or five dispatches J addressee to commander of the squadron He afterwards modi fied this statement saying that prob ably all but two of those dispatches were addressed to himself Adm Cotton but that they contained infbr I malion which he thought should be in Adm Schleys possession One of these was a copy of a dispatch frumI Adm Sampson which had not been printed in the ollicial records stating that the Spanish fleet was at San tiago lie also said that coal could have been taken from the Merrimac on May 27 the day of which the ret rograde movement to Key West asJ I J lbegun for the purpose of coaling Capt Wise testified that on May 27 i he hud signaled Capt Phillip of the Texas his opinion that C rxera was inside the harbor at Santiago but the testimony was ruled out i In answer to a question Adm Schley stated that since the death of Judge Wilson Attorney General Isidor Ray ner would be leading counsel in his case and that he would be assisted by Capt James Parker of New Jer sey and by Mr M A Tongue of Baltimore as an expert assistant Mr Itayner will conduct the crosses amination of witnesses as he has been doing and the other gentlemen will continue in the same capacity thlJJ occupied up to the time of Judge Wil sons death Mr Bayner stated thatIif it became necessary in the prepara J tion or abstracting of the voluminous documents in the case to employ as sistant counsel or if he should be unavoidably absent at any time that proper arrangements will be made for that purpose Washington Sept R7The Schley court of inquiry was in session for only an hour and three quarters Thurs day adjourning at 1243 in order to permit its members and others en gaged there to attend the funeral of Judge Wilson late chief counsel for Adm Schley Capt Wise concluded Ills testimony j Adm Cotton made a brief statement on recall and Lieut Spencer S Wood who commanded the dispatch boat Du pont during the Spanish war began his testimony Machinist Gjaywho was In charge of the starboard en gines on the day of the battle of San tiago also testified briefly He said that on the day of the battle the starboard engines were stopped and the machinery reversed Capt Wise was questioned at considerable length as to what he had done before the ar rival of the flying squadron off Santiago towards locating Cervcras fleet In the harbor He said that while lie had satisfied himself of the presence of the Spanish fleet lie had been content to communicate his knoxvlcdgc to Adm ScTiley through Capt Sigsbce notconsidering it necessary to make direct communication with the com mandcrinchlef Lieut Wood gave particulars of his delivery of dispatches from Adm Sampson to Adm Schley on the 22d of Maywhile the admiral lay oft Cienfuegos He said Schley seemed very nervous and es pecially anxious to know what Samp sons intentions were He had not concluded his testimony when the court adjourned for the day Washington Sept sln the Schley court of inquiry a letter was pre sented from Ilr Adm Sampson ask ing to be represented in the court by counsel but the court refused to grant the request on the ground that the court dots not at tillS time re gird yon as a party to the case The principal witnesses of the day were Lieut John Hood Who com manded the dispatch boat The Hawk during the Spanish war and Capt Hoxvmnn If McCnlla who was m command of the Marblehead The testimonyrOiboth these officers dealt with thee delivery of dispatches from 1 Adm Sampson to Commodore Schley- h i and both related conversations with the latter Capt McCalla gave in de tail his part in arranging a code of signals with the Cuban insurgents and his communication with them Cienfuegos on May 24 1S9S when it was learned definitely that Cer eras fleet was not in the harbor there He said that Capt Chadxvick who was Adm Sampsons chief of staff was the only person at Key West to whom he had communicated the signal code Capt McCalla expressed the opinion that coaling was feasible off Santiago at the time Schley began his retrograde movement Lieut Joint Hood said that on May 23 he had delivered dispatches from Adm Sampson to Adm Schley when the latter was off Cienfuegos In response to a request from the judge advocate Lieut Hood related the con xersntion he had had with Adm Schley after delivering the orders saying that he the witness had told the admiral that it was Adm Sampsons wish that the flying squad ron should proceed immediately to Santiago as his information was very positive Commodore Schley read the dispatches and then turning to me said Captain Adm Sampson wishes me to go to Santiago I can not do it1 told Commodore Sehley that the admiral certainly expected the squadron to leave the instant 1 arrived Commodore Sehley then said in nearly I these worflsam not at all sat isfied that these Spaniards are not here in Cienfuegos Resides my ships all want coati that the Massachusetts Texas and the Brooklyn wanted so many tons of coal and that the day before Capt Sampson had sent him down the Iowa with only half her coal I j supply so that she could not go any I where that it was useless to send I ships down there only half filled with coal 1 told Commodore Schley that I had passed a collier conveyed by a gunboat onlya little before daylight that morning and it would certainly be there with at Ileast four or five thousand tons of coal within two or three hours He referred again to his belief of the Spaniards being in Cienfuegos and stated that he had heard sonic firing about 40 miles from port which he took to be n welcome I to the Spanish squadron Ho had also seen some smoke which he conceived to he the Spanish squadron and he believed they were there I said to Commodore Sehley then that the in formation which the admiral had he considered sis definite he had no doubt that the Spanish squadron was at Santiago Commodore Schley then said to me Capt Sampson does not understand He is not on the spot and can not judge 1 also informed Commodore Sehley that they certainly expected the squadron to leave immediately and that I had verbal orders from the commander inchief which did not appear in my written orders to remain with the Hawk alone at Cienfuegos after the squadron had left and conduct a blockade for a day or two or as long as my coal supply lasted Washington Sept 30In the Schley court of inquiry Saturday Capt Mc Calla of the Marblehead concluded his testimony which was begun Friday and the court heard the testi mon of Lieut Commander W H H Southcrland who commanded the Eagle during the war with Spain and also that of Lieut Gigging It Barnes The latter is u cipher expert in the navy department and his evidence was devoted to showing that the dispatch from Commodore Schley to the navy department of May 28 1S9S saying that he could not much to his regret obey the orders of the de partment as printed in the official reports was a correct translation of tilt message as forwarded from the Harvard at IKingston Commander Southerlaml explained the condition of the Eagle during the campaign and told of the part that vessel played He said the slow progress made in the cruise to Santiago was due to the fact that the vessel was onethird full of water He told of signaling the Scorpion to inform Commodore Schley that the Spanish squadron was not in the har bur of Cienfuegos Capt McCalla said he had suggested to Commodore Schley after the battle of Santiago that there was glory enough in the victory for all Capt McCalla testified that he had been present during a conference of commanding officers on the n while the fleet was oft rooklnII May 29 Describing what he said The commanding officers were or dered on board the Brooklyn on May 29 It was with regard to the work of blockade I can only remember one specific thing which took place at the close and that was that Capt jSvans asked Commodore Schley if the Spanish ships did not come out if he was going in for them He said Certainly1 and then arranged for a subdivision of fire from the ships under his command on the Spanish ships should they come out Mr itayner in his crossexamina tion brought out the fact that Lieut Barnes had no knowledge whether the cipher copy made on the Harvard is a correct reproduction of the original Schley message Washington Oct IHr Adm Evans who as captain commanded the battleship Iowa during the Santiago campaign was a witness before the Schley court of inquiry Monday Ills testimony covered the entire period from the time the Iowa left the port of Key West May 20 1StaS until July 5 when Adm Evans testified he hind a conversation with Adm Schley con cerning the battle of the 3d He de scribed in detail the principal battle off Santiago and also gave particulars concerning the bombardment of the Colon on May 21 Other witnesses of the tiny were Capt Theodore F Jewell who teas commander of the cruiser Minneap olis during the Spanish war and Com mander James M Miller1 who was iin command of the collier Merrimac until that vessel was turned over to I Lieut Hobsoii to be sunk in the mouth of the harbor at Santiago Adm Evans had not concluded his testimony when the court adjourned 1 for the day- Commander James M Miller was sworn as a witness He said he took on 5000 tons of coal at Lamberts 1 Point sailed to Key West and left there for Cienfuegos about May 20 His average speed during the trips was nine to ten knots On cros exnllilja Hon by Mr Ray nero he recalled the signals from the Brooklyn on the morning of the 24th 5 in regard to coaling both the Massa chusetts and the Texas at the same time He said that owing to the peculiar motion of the battleships even in fair weather he objected to placing the collier between them sas it would surely have crushed her Now let IS understand this said Uiiyner Between the afternoon of Mnj 24 and S p m May 27 you coaled no vessels Is this right YesThis was to support Sehley s contention that coaling was impossible when he began the retrograde movement on May 26 Question by the court Could you have coaled any ot the vessels on May 25 had you been ordered to do so- tel could but not comfortably to myself or to the trther ships It was nasty squally weather and had I imy own wish I would not have attempted it- FAVORABLE REPORTS MCK MuKlnley five Every Inillcn lion of Stcntllly lleKiilnliiK Her Normal Condition Canton 0 Sept 26Favorable reports continue to come from Mrs McKinley She has not experienced any real change but for the last week has had no symptoms of relapse and gives every indication of steadily re gaining her normal condition Dr Iiixuy said Wednesday evening that she remains in practicallj the same mnlleIspent driving the country Judge William II Day and others of the funeral committee Wednesday took steps lending to a permanent monument organization Papers were drawn for incorporation under the laws of Ohio of the National McKin Icy Memorial association FIRE IN A MINE Prom KlKht to llftrcn Arc In Inn Kwr If Slit IoNt In Slope Xo II of AVellliicton Colliery Nunaimo r C Oct tXo 2 slope at the Wellington coniuryyw rrS Hirfyi smith is on fire and dense clouds of black smoke can he seen from here Front eight to 15 men are in danger if not lost It is said that it was im possible to get air to them and they are probably dead The fire broke out Monday evening- it was learned later that the mine caught lire from u pit lamp and 12 men who entered to subdue the flumes never came back The lire attacked Xu 3 which is connected with xo 2 SeveralI slight explosions then occurred Smoke poured out of all the entrances Flames from Xo 2 shot up into the air All hope for the men in the mint has been abandoned The trine is likely ruined ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND Tlir Thirtieth Ainiunl Meeting Will lie Held In I onl vllle on Oe- toher S mill f Louisville Ky Sept OThc 30th annual meeting of the Society of tile Urns of the Cumberland will be held in this city on October 8 and 9 The headquarters of the society will be at the Unit house and the meetings at the board of trade All honorably discharged olllcers and enlisted men who served in the Army of the Cum berland are eligible to membership and will be welcomed t this meeting whether members of not of all other military societies The annual ovation will be delivered by Col Blakes ly on the night of October S Arrangements have been made with the railroads whose lines reach Louisville for a rate of one rate and a third for the round trip CLOTHING CAUGHT FIRE l Slater of Judge Advoente Icn lcy of the Schley Court of Inquiry Ilurned to Death Charlotte S C Oct JlisJ Laura Lemly 4 years of age a sister of Judge Advocate ltmly of the navy was burned to death at her home in Salem N C4 Momhty Her clothing caught fire from a kitchen stove and she was so badly burned that death resulted in four hours Washington Oct 1 Immediately upon receipt of the news of the death of Judge Lemlys sister Adm Schley and his counsel sent word to Capt Lend offering to move the court to adjourn Tuesday but the captain had retired and could not be seen rotor Vehicle POI 1osinl service Washington Sept 2STIll first call for bids which directly contemplates the use of motor vehicles in the postal service except for collections is made in an order of the post olllee depart ment asking for bids to be opened here on October IS for tarnishing five motor vehicles for service at Min neapolis Minn Denth From Smtittroke Berlin Oct 1Yor more than a week warn weather has prevailed In Berlin Monday u laborer died of sunstroke UST SUFFER DEATH tpljrojz Will Be Elpcirocured in 0FAnbnni Prison Dmin Weekl Z Bejrimnjr October 2H c There Was Xo One Else But Jle Ho aiil in a Whisper Which Was Ieteat eel by His Counsel 4 t Aojiunc Hint Told Him to Commit ithe Crime and No One t nldit Him For Itoliii the11 Recd IBUftllo X Y Sept 2vLeon LY Colgosz alias Fred Nicman was found guilty of murder in the first theIsixthdnyKinleyI theI woundsI inflicted after wards resulting in the dith of the president swiftlyTheeight hours and 26 minutes and covered a period of only two lays Prac oClupiedhcase so clear so conclusive that even had the prisoner entered a plea of insanity it is doubtful if the jury would have returned a verdict differ ent from the one rendered Tuesday The announcement made Tuesday afternoon by the attorneys for Col gosz that the eminent alienists sum moned by the Erie County Car asso ciation and by the district attorney to examine Czolgos and to determine his exact mental condition had de dared him to be perfectly sane Buffalo Sept 27 Sheriff Caldwell and 16 men left at 1005 p m Thurs day with Colgosx in a special car attached to the rear of the second section of the 910 train on time New York Central The train is due in Auburn at 212 Friday morning but being half an hour late may not reach there until later Leon I Colgosz the assassin of President McKinlcy was Thursday afternoon sentenced to be electrocuted in Auburn prison during the week beginning October 2s 1301 Before sentence was passed the assassin evinced a desire to speak but he could not get his voice nboveu whis per and his words wtre repeated to the court by his counselI There was no our else but me tilt prisoner said in a whisper Xo one else told me to do it and no own paul me to do it 1 was not told anything about the crime and I ncicr thought anything about it until a couple of days before I committed jufs crime clOS7 sat down lie was quite edha but it WAS et1deatthiltphi mind was flooded with thoughts of his own distress Ills eyes were dilated making them appear very bright Ills cheeks were a trifle pale and his outstretched hand trembled The hiswristsoffacersthe profoundest fear and helpless ness in his eyes He glanced about at the people who crowded the room in efforts to get a look at him Tho prisoners eyelids rose and fell trem ulously and then he fixed his gaze on the floor in front of him Clerk Fisher swore the prisoner and his record was taken by District Attorney as follows Age 2S years nativity Detroit residence Broadway Xowaks 15uf faio occupation laborer married or single single degree of education common school and parochial religious instruction Catholic parents father livingi mother dead emperate or intemperate temperate former conviction of crime none Then Justice White passed sentence astfollowsIn the life of our beloved president you committed a crime wluch shocked and outraged the moral sense of the civilized world You have confessed that guilt and after learning all that at this time can be learned from the facts and circumstances of the case 12 good jurors have pronounced you guilty and have found you guilty of murder iit the Jirst degree You have said according to the testimony of creditable witnesses and yourself that no other person aided or abbetted you in the commission of this terrible act God grant it stay be so The penalty for the crinw for which you stand convicted is fixed by this statute and it now be comes my duty to pronounce this judgment against you The sentence of the court is that in the week beginning October 2S 1001 at the place in the manner and means prescribed by law you suffer the punishment of death Czolgosx was then hurried downstairs and through the Tunnel of Sobs to the jail where he remained until removed to Auburn to pay the penalty for his crime Auburn X Y Sept 27 Colgosz the assassin of President McKinley readied the prison at 3 oclock Fri lag morning On entering the prison he collapsed completely r aged Editor lend Cliicago Sept 30hey Dr William c At ray time veuerible editor of the interior a publication of the A na byttrian church died Sunday at his home in Oak Park aged 70 years Dr Gray was identified with the Interior fore over HO years 3omnn Killed In a Collision Burlington la Sept 30A run axvay street car crashed into a Bur- lingon freight train Sunday and was smashed into kindling wood Mrs Charles Kupfer was killed and several bttters were injured t tv M r till w PASSED FOR A MAN The Surmise Hltory of MLI Onro- lliiu Hull Itevrnled lly a 31 ur- fnl Ilnejt ev Yok Ott JThi strange story of a woman who preferred to pass for a nun WWi revealed by the death Monday of Miss Carolina Hall of Boston u cabin passenger on the steamship Citta di Terino which ar rived from Naples and other Med iterranean ports on Sunday On the passenger list Missi Hull appeared as- hMr Chits Windloxv lull and with lain on the hip WIth Mrs Hall It was not until the man was stricken i with a mortal illness that the ships surgeons made the discovery that Jhe supposed man was a woman Be fore that no one suspected that Mr Hall was not a man and he and 1i6 wife were reeeixed as such The xvoman addressed her companion an Mrs Hallulld spoke of her as my wife The woman is 3i years old and is said to hun been the only daughter ofU Col Ilnlla well to do retired army olTieer living in Boston Slit gas of slender build medium height and with a short crop of light haircut pompadour She dressed xxell and curried herselt with the air of a man Her voice and gestures were masculine During the day the coroners oiliee wilts notified and a coroners physician visited tin ship mill held an autopsy on the body After this the other woman telegraphed to Col Hall in Boston She iis nn Italian of about 3 years of age and rather good looking Cancan not speak English and did not seem t filing to tell all of the strange story Monday evening a telegram from Albert 1 Mall was received aboard the steamship for Miss Carolina huh saying the sender would cone to New YorkIt was learned Monday through the Italian woman that Miss Hall had resided abroad about ten years autl1It her ompa lion fiuiseppina Poriuna in Milan about three years ago According to the story Miss Hull decided men get along better in the world than xvomen and so adopt ed malt costume She traveledI thus with the other for two years and as i she xxas an artist went about the art centers painting and working at her profession When she decided to come home she asked the Italian woman to accompany her CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN lion Jiiy Cook Noted rhllndelnhlu Hunker mill Rar=Time Plniin- oler I Oltleiilly III Toledo 0 Oct LIion1 Cook till Philadelphia banker and wartime financier isjtjritioallyNill nthis summer home on Gibraltar near lutin Bay MrP Cook went to Gibraltar n few days ago for bass fishing and was apparently in robust health despite his SO years His servants who had hen instructed to call him early Monday morning found him in an unconscious condition A ply sician who was summoned says the trouble is congestion of the brain and that there iis hope of his recovery he having remained consciousness Monday evening He is a mvtionnl character having become famous for negotiating war loans in the sixties BOILER EXPLODED Nnrrotv Escape of Klve Ollleem tool Severn Sentnen Alton n Cruller AVilmliiKtoitM liiiimh Victoria B C Oct 1Advices re ceived front Ioo Chow by the steam er Athenian tell of the narrow escape from death of tin oHicers and several seamen of the United States cruiser Wilmington when they arrived at the Chinese port at the beginning of Sep tember Time oHUers were going ashore in the cruisers launch when the boiler exploded and the top flew high in the air sprinkling a shower of debris but fortunately every one on board escaped uninjured AN ALL DAY FIGHT Fifteen Hundred Boers Mnde An At tiicU on 1ortltnln lint Wore Repulsed Durban Oct 1Fiitlcn hundred brrghers under command of Gen Hot ha were repulsed on the 26th after an allday attack on Iortitala on the border of Zululand The losses on both sides were heavy Boer Com mandant Op erinan and J9 men were killed while the losses in the garrison I were one oflleer and 11 men killed and fit officers mind 3S men wounded with CO men missing The Center of Population Indianapolis anti Oct IThe exact geopraphieaf center of the pop ulatiou of the United States as de termined by Profs Miller and ioggs hall on Indiana university is ten feet north of the barn of Henry Marr in the southeastern corner of Columbus township Bartholomew county The IluxMiim Crops St Petersburg Oct IThe official returns us to crops in Russia for the present year show f50000000 poods of wheat 670000000 goods of oats and 1100000000 poods of rye This return is six per cent below theaxerage for the five preceding years British Success 9 Laflysmith atnl Oct IThe Drit ish success at Fort Italais now known to hale been greater Than Was at first reported Two hundred Boers were killed and more than 300 were wound ed or captured F or 1 4 s Ai 7 OUVEJLM- aeksmith and Undertaker f ICEMAN KENTUCKY IVEJtE A TRIAL whet yu wttVT BI1celltbig dos or rprlll t jIjj TIndtrtaktVi Qoodi t t la1 Na be t U4 ap ikrttce sad tl riM this prim 61T bra tall ll Shp and h1Il r ia LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE HR DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prop r I I I First class turnouts buggies surrey ti Jarriages safe teams Ac Customer served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of SEW BOOKSSTATIONERY t STATIONERYNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thiiig up to date MARY BFRKVT KS t Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try lug to please you than wn old reliable l+ barbers R U CALDWELL WILL nOVELL t DR S K DAVIDSON t DentistBIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowfiill Gowgill Drag Store t ty 1v C E EAKER 3 hr General Grocer 5 Powell Block Clinton St Bavin purchased the Grocery Stock el f J C Dondurant would be Ilulud la hue all old friends lo call Fresh Qoedt and Choice BrpinrI f 1 W Ja BARRY CO f r L AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP x make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one BLACSSM1THING OF ALL KINDS 4 ALL WORK GUARANTEED t I II F KcBilejr Joe W XSunavU BENNETT REMLEY4 == ===ATIOHNEYS LAW =i Will practice In all Courts especially the Courts of Hickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts ofQse will remain at Clinton and Mr Keuileys in Hickrnan tI J RouteThey jr a x It a Railway SysteazComprising i r 2500 Miles of Superb Roadwayt Built and EqllJppe4la tile Most Approved Manser of Modem Railway CeMtructtea c rS y The Passenger Train Service of tile s a Bid FOUR ROUTE provides 200 f ifori 150 Passenger Locomotives j1 450 Passenger Cars l 23 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars i 1Sleepers1 t T1rKttaK1onJ Car Lines YI r7RWARReN J LYNCH w P 1H1- rtPHLTktAgt gutGFTLCUMUXMTIO tI i I J H J DEFEAT OE OBLIVION I Dr Talmage Cheers Despondent Christian Workers 1 a feyta EIrteeresi He SheiwHevv Any w bee Cmm Be Widely and Forerer tJ lteeellecledWkrKe Should I Be Remembered 1 yj Copyright 1901 by Louis Klopsch X Ycc In this discourse Dr Talmage shows tow anyone can be widely and forever recollected and cheers despondent Christian workers texts Job 24 j v 20 He shall be no more remembered and Psalms 112 6 The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance- Of oblivion and its defeats I spcakI today There is an old monster that j swallows down everything It crunches individuals families communities states nations continents henii spheres worlds Its diet is made upJJ of years of centuries of ages of cy cles of millcniums of eons That mon eter is called by Noah Webster Oblivi ionIt is a steep down which everything rolls It is a conflagration injj which everything is consumed It is t B dirge which all orchestras play ant a perladat which everything stops 1 It is the cemetery of the human race It is the domain of forgetfulness Ob livion At times it throws a shadow over all of us and I would not pro pounce it today if I did not come armed in the strength of the eternal Cod on your behalf to attack it to route it to demolish it Why just look at the way the fam flies of the earth disappear For awhile they are together inseparable and then they part some by marriage going to establish other homes and come leave this life and a century Is long enough to plant a family develop it prosper it andobliterate it So the generations vanish Walk up Penn- Sylvania avenue Washington Broaa I way New York State street Bostonjj Chestnut street Philadelphia the 1 Strand London Princeton street Edinburgh J Champs Klysee Iaris Unter den Linden Berlin and you will meet I in this year 1001 not one person who walked there in the year 1S01 What 1 engulfznentl All the ordinary efforts at perpetuation are dead failures Walter Scotts Od Mortality may go round with his chisel to recut the faded 1 epitaphs on tombstones but Old Oblivion has a quicker chisel with which epitaphsit while old Mortality is cutting one epi taph Whole libraries of biographies kaalevoured of bookworms or unreadof the rising generations All the signs II- oof the stores and warehouses of great firms have changed unless the grand J moons think that it is an advantage to j seep the old sign up because the name 7tthe ancestor was more commenda torj than the name of the descendant The city of tome stands today but dig down deep enough and you come to h another Rome buried and go down j e still farther and you will find a third J Home Jerusalem stands Ibday but dig down deep enough and you will find a Jerusalem underneath and go on and deeper down a third Jerusalem j Alexandria Egypt on the top of an Alexandria and the second on the top of the third Many of the ancient cities are buried 30 feet deep or 50 feet deep or 100 feet deep What was calamitJrflying dust arc all undertakers andIgravediggers and if the world stands long enough the present Washington and New York and London will have ontop of thempther Washingtons ana INewYorks and Londons and only aft er digging and boring and blasting will the archaeologists of far distant cel thehighestof our present American and Euro Jean cities Call the roll of the armies of Bald win ofMarlboroughPrince Frederick or of Cortes and StandthemiIoo0000 men in the army of Thebes line1tc tinder2finusantawern f Sesostris the 1200000 men of Arta xerxes at Cunaxa the 2641000 men ender Xerxes at Thermopylae and call the long roll Not one answer At tile opening of our civil war the men of the Borthern arauiesinlbktttleforgotten by their country Out of the million uses who fell in battle or died in military hospitals you cannot thetaames9fHQJMI the names of 100 or the same of 50 Oblivion Are the feet of the dancers who at the jaIl of the duchess of Richmond at Brussels the sight before Waterloo I aUstill All atill Are the ears that heard the gvaix of Bunker Hill all deaf All deaf Are the eyes that aaw the coronation of George III all closed All closed Oblivion A hundred years from now there will I thaIIn some old family record a de scendant studying up the ancestral line may spell out our name and from finrd atsome person by our name wa nneteentIhI century but they will know no more about us than we know about the 1 nightt myVtasomethngabout your great bndfa ther What were his features Vhat did he do What year teas he born I What year did ke die And your rMtjrraBdBMtiMX Will you de c t t L scribe the style of the hat she wore I and how did she and your great grandfather get on in each others companionship Was it March wcath r or June Oblivion That moun everythingEvenday passes but there is chiseled off a chip of that granite The sea is triumphing over the land and what is going on at our Atlantic coast is going on all around the world and the continents are crumbling into the waves And while this is transpiring on the outside world the hot chisel of the internal fire is digging under the foundations of the earth and icut ting its way out toward the surface It surprises me to hear people say they do not think the world will finally be burned up when all scien tists will tell you that it has for ages been on fire I Why there is only a crust between us and the furnaces inside raging to get out Oblivion The world itself will roll into it as easily as a schoolboys india rubber ball rolls down a hill and when our world goes it is so interlocked by the law of gravitation with other worlds that theywill go 1 too and so far from having our memory i perpetuated by n mpnument of Aberdeen granite in this world there is no world in sight of our strongest telescope that will be a sure pediment i for any slab of commemoration of j the fact that we ever lived or diedat 1 all Our earth is struck with death The axletrec of the constellations will break and let down the populations of other worlds Stellar lunar solnrjj mortality Oblivion It San swallow and will swallow whole galaxies of worlds as easily as u crocodile takes down a frog Yet oblivion does not remove or swallow everything that had better not be removed or swallowed The old monster is welcone to his meal This world would long ago have belnI overcrowded if not for the merciful removal of nations and generations i What if all the books had lived that I were ever written and printed and published The libraries would by their immensity have obstructed inC telligence and made all research im possible The fatal epidemic of books was a merciful epidemic Many of the state and national libraries today are only morgues in which deadII books are waiting for some one to j come and recognize them What if all ttI IIthebowed by our ancestors of ten centuries ago and people who ought tooI have said their last word 3000 earsIago would snarl at us saying What i j it are you doing here There would have been no room to turn around I Some of the past generations of man kind were not worth remembering The first usqful thing that many peo pie did was to die their cradle a misfortune j and their grave a boon This j world was hardlyl u comfortable placeI to live in before the middle of the eighteenth century So many things have come into the world that werec not fit to stay in we ought to be glad they were put out The waters ofIj Lethe the fountain of forgetfulness a healthful draught The history we have of the world in ages past is always onesided and cannot be depended on Historj is fiction illus rated bIl few straggling facts j We may build this everlasting remembrance as my text styles it into the supernal existence of those toI whom we dokindnesses in this world You must remember that this infirm and treacherous faculty which we now call memory is in the future state to be complete and perfect Everlasting remembrance Nothing will slip the stout grip of that celestial faculty Did you help a widow pay her rent Did you find for that man released fromI prison a place to get honest work DidII you pick up a child fallen on the curbstone and by a stick of candy put in his hand stop the hurt on his scratched knee Did you assure a business man swamped by the stringency of the money market that times would after awhile be better Did you lead aMag dalen of the street into a midnight mission where the Lord said to her Neither do I condemn thee Go and sin no more Did you tell a man clear discouraged in his waywardness and hopeless and plotting suicide that for him was near by a layer in which he might wash and a coronet of eternal blessedness he might wear What are epitaphs in graveyards what are eulo giums in the presence of those whose breath is in their nostrils what are unread biographies in the alcoves of a city library compared with the imperishable records you have made in the illumined memories of those to whom you did such kindnesses For get them They cannot forget them Notwithstanding all their might and splendor there are some things the glorified of Heaven cannot do and this is one of them They cannot forget an earthly kindness done They have no cutlass to part that cable They have no strength to hurl into oblivion that benediction Has Paul forgotten the inhabitants of Malta who extended the island hospitality when he and others with him had felt added to a ship wreck the drenching rain and the sharp cold Has the victim of the highwayman on the road to Jericho forgotten the good Samaritan with a medicament of oil and wine and a free ride tp the hostelry Have the Eng lish soldiers who went up to God from the Crimean battlefields forgotten Florence Nightingale Through all eternitywill the northern and south andssouthern women who administered to the dying boys in blue and gray after the awful fights in Tennessee and Pennsylvania and Virginia and Geor gia which turned every house and barn and shed into a hospital and in carnadined the Susquehanna andthe James and the Chattahoochee and the Savannah with brave blood The kindnesses you do to others will stand h M long in the appreciation of others the gates of Heaven will stand as the house of many mansions will stand as long as the throne of God will stand Another defeat of oblivion will he ifound in the character of those whom Tve rescue uplift or save Character iis eternal Suppose by a right influj ence we aid in transforminga bad man iinto a good man a dolorous man into a happy man a disheartened man info ia courageous man every stroke of ithat work done will be immortalized There may never be so much as one 1 line in a newspaper regarding it or no mortal tongue may ever whisper if j into human ear but wherever that soul shall go your work upon it shall go wherever that soul rises your work on it will rise and so long as that sour will last your work on it will last Do you suppose there will ever come such an idiotic lapse in the history of that soul in Heaven that it shall forget that you invited him to Christ thaf you by prayer or Gospel word turned him round from the wrong way to the right way No such insanity will ever smite a heavenly citizen It is not half as well on earth known that Christopher Wren planned and built St Pauls as iit will be known in all Heaven that you were the instrumentality building a temple for the sky We teach ai Sabbath crass or put a Christian tract in the hand ofa passerby or testify for Christ in a prayermeeting or preach a sermon and go home discour aged as though nothing had been accomplished when we had been character building with a material that no frost or earthquake or rolling of the centuries can damage or bring down Oh this character building The structure lasting independent of passing centuries independent of crumbling mausoleums independent- of the whole planetary system Aye if the material universe which seems all bound together like one piece of machinery should some day meet with an accident that should send worlds crashing into each other like tele sloped railway trains and all the wheels of constellations and galaxies should stop and down into one chasm of immensity all the suns and moons andstars should tumble like the midnight express at Ashtabttla that would not touch us and would not hurt God for God is a spirit and character and memory are immortal and over that grave of a wrecked material universe might truthfully be written The righteous shall be held in everlasting remembrance 0 Time we defy thee O Death we stamp thee in the dust of thine own sepulchers 0 Eternity roll n till the last Fear has stopped rotat lug and the last sun is extinguished on the sapphire pathway and the last moon has illuminated the last night and as many years have passed as all the scribes that ever took pen could describe by as many figures as they could write in all the centuries of all time but thou shalt have no power to efface from any soul in glory the memory ofI anything we have done to bring it to God and Heaven What joy what honor can there be comparable to that of being remem bered by the mightiest and most affectionate being in the universe Think of iit to hold an everlasting place in the heart of God The heart of God The most beautiful palace in the universe Let the archangel build some palace as grand as that if he can Let him crumbe up all1 the stars of yesternight and tomorrow night and put them together as mosaics for such n palace floor Let him take all the sunrises and sunsets of all the days and the auroras of all the nights and hang them up as upholstery at its win andIall the lakeland all the oceans and toss them into the fountains of this pal ace court Let him take all the gold of all the hills and hang it in its chandeliers and all the pearls of the seas and all the diamonds of all the fields and with them arch the doorways of that palace and thtu invite into all the glories that Esther ever saw at a Persian banquet or Daniel ever walked among in Babylonian castles or Joseph ever witnessed in Pharaohs throneroom and then yourself enter this palace of archangelic construction and see how poor a palace it is com pared with the greater palace that some of you have already found in the heart of a loving and pardoning God and into winch all the music and all the prayers and all the sermonic cones erations of this day are trying to introduce you through the blood of the slain Lamb Oh where is oblivion now From hatlitchild who loves the Lord need ever fear j Oblivion defeated Oblivion dead Ob livion sepulchered But 1 must not be so hard on this devouring monster for into its grave go all our sins when the Lord for Christs sake has forgiven them Just blow a resurrection trumpet over them when once ob livion has snapped them down N5V one of them rises Blow again Not a stir amid all the pardoned iniquities of a lifetime Blow again Not one of them moves in the deep grav trenches But to this powerless resurrection ji trumpet a voice responds half human half Divine and it must be part man and part God saying Their sins and their iniquities will Iremember no more Thank God for this blessed oblivion So you see jl did not invite you down into a cellar but on a throne not into the graveyard to which all materialism is des tined but into a garden all abloom with everlasting remembrance The frown of my first text has become the kiss of the second text Annihilation wrtngingbandsthe clapping hands of a great joy The requiem with which We began has become the grand march with which we close The tear ofsadness that rolled down our cheek has struck the lip ojg which sits the laughter of eternal trU umph j C OUR NEW PRESIDENT Some Editorial Opinion Regarding the Probabilities of Roo c celts Administration The administration of President Roosevelt must logically be a strong forceful and buy administration emocrats as well as republicans rec ognize this truth Ilk is on the wrong side of great questions of policy but they are not all of government The executive cannot decide them He does not makt laws He administers while congress makes and the courts inter pretSt Louis Republic Our victories in arms our conquests of new territory but marked the accomplishment of the destiny worked out by elemental forces native to this ppople It is for President Roosevelt now to direct these forces so far as the executive has it in his power to direct them The solemn assurance that he firmly intends to direct thfem for peace prosperity and honor is profoundly comforting N Y Times Apparently the favored child of destiny Theodore Roosevelt has a wonderful opportunity at hand Time will tell how he will utilize it With put question the future of the repub lican party will depend upon his career and at this view circumstances indicate that he will have to be very cautious to avoid creating an issue which will be his own and his partys umlo jr Johnstown Pa Democrat Although pledging himself to follow the policy of his predecessor U will be contrary to precedent if Mr Rooshvelt retains the McKinley cabinet without change Vice presidents who have be come presidents have without Excep tion assembled about them new ad visors Mr Roosevelt may retain some of the members of the Idinheab inet But he wilt certainly desire ad visor of his own choosing who are in unquestioned personal and political sympathywith himSt Louis Post Dispatch President Roosevelt has announced as a part of his forthcoming policy Uthl placing in positions of trust men only of the higher integrity If he shall stick to that he will offend many men in his own party but he will make himself invincible among his country men There is nothing so ardently desired by the mass of the people of the United States as honest government and honest government can only be expV c4ed at the hands of honest men Philadelphia Record rnd Dom The entire country regardless of party regardless of former political differences would be relieved if Ire ident Roosevelt felt it his duty to carryout Mr McKinlejrs policy Although the democratic party did not agree with it before the election zhe people did deride by an overwhelming majority that the presidents policy should prevail and no accident calamity mis 11fventing earrieciantrorThnnfjp the policy of the McKinlcy administration N Y World We need not tell our readers that up to this time we have discovered in Mr liopsevelt very little cause for serious rejoicing He has at all times been far too theatrical for our taste He pranwd too much in war He vocifer ated too much in politics In private life as a cultivated and highminded gentleman he has always commanded our respect Such comments as the Post has made on Mr Roosevelt in the past wtere the result of conscientious and we think intelligent conviction We have not the slightest idea of with drawing or amending them They fitted the eases in point without a wrinkle and we stand 13 them now as then Washington Post The influences huthe republican party hitherto dominant which are op posed to progress in the direction of commercial frdedom will feel at liberty to resist and denounce Mr Roose velt as they would not have felt at liberty to resist and denounce Mr Me Ivinley The former therefore will find a harder task before him if he seriously attempts to bring about re form and at the same time he will bring to the work less tact and adroit ness and more of the qualities calcu lated to produce a party rupture which cannot be mended As to other questions Mr Roosevelts position is prob ably satisfactory to the most paternal and the least progressive of his party Chicago Chronicle President Itooncvclt Theodore Roosevelt assumes the duties of the presidency under condition s calculated to vail out the best that is in him conditions which will make more ardent his natural desire to fulfill the expectations of his coun trymen While he was in perfect ac cord with Mr McKinley in regard to public questions his strong individ uality will doubtless cause some un certainty until his administrative pol icies are developed He enters officr more free from political obligations than he could have done had he received a party nomination aftier a long contest Mr Roosevelt hasa high lon ception of civic virtue and his opponents will probably find more to crit icise in his doctrine than in his meth ods There will be no disposition to prejudge him but an earnbst wish that the governmental policies for which he and his party stand may be tested upon their merits The Commoner MUNICIPAL MATTERS Canoe building is one of the Indus tries of Kennebunkport Me which used to build great ships and even now launches an occasional schooner- A scven story building in Chicago has just been raised with jacks 21s feet without cracking a pane of glass or injuring a wall Within 20 miles of City Hall park New York there are more than 4000000 people or more than twentieth of the 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