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The Hickman courier: n. Friday, October 25, 1901. The Hickman courier. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1901 hic1901102501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: n. Friday, October 25, 1901. The Hickman courier. Warren & Martin, Hickman, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t fir a p ittr Ii 7t y I i- po e t 7 j 1 fin THE HICKMN COURIER1 S4 AI till = 13 OLDEST NEWSPAPER TJSTjj WESTERN KENTUCKY 1 W ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNT KY OCTOBER 25 1901 VOL XXXVI N048 NNNNN NN NN N 11 Y I I iFALL1901 FALL 190 Ii SIB AVV 5JJ It ALWAYS t IN THE j LEAD i S 4A t J 4St f 1 f it x j ly S S litti y 2 i S f Never before in the history of our Merchandising have our Departments been so thoroughly upto I date and splendidly stocked for an agressive and entliusi stic Autumn trade= vit leei c JtLJl k ftj portraying all the dash and brilliancy of the est American and foreign productions ChOlCii I I 4 44444 444ORDER THE 4 NEW IDEA FASHION PATTERNS 1 FROM US ITS GIVEN UP 10 BE THE v MOST POPULAR ON THE MARKET 6- S Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is com S Iplete in every detail consisting of all the new weaves and shades and at prices that cannot be du plicated We are offering everything that is to be found in f a well regulated Dry Goods Store SWecordially invite you to inspect our lines be i fore making your Fall purchases I r i Ir nu i II i ti MB SHA WS4S1INS III i j III n 3 rii HICKMAN = KENTUCKY tJ L11 1FJTT1IflT1TTflT1llFITIFJffHfl II- jj SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSS S41 O or ffl V y r oi M OUR GUESTS OUR VISITORS f 4 t AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS i i slurand Mrs Swaynearo visiting Ain NmphlSrvisitingtermother JPRX To Mr and Mrs Ed ay morning a girl Jtre R Weaver of near CaycoBarnCSIUgher daughter Mrs Y Beale Mr Len Shaw is in week as King of the Elks Carnival 1jI wIll be money to you to read oy of Ambergs advertisement t CCJfword Idea Patterns lOc at SIIAWS Mr and Mrs Ben Davis attended ser vifes at Rush Greek near Oayce Sun say Mr and Mrs Will Garrigan of Un ton City are visiting relatives ill Hick V thegtiaztmanLis weeksJ Circuitc tnival to day and tomorrow Mrs Clint Ellison of Las Vegas NewC l it I oneisMr A O Holmes county surveyor is lathe Madrid Bond precinct of this county this week on official business Mr Howard Coker and wife of Dy is ersburg have been visiting Mr and Mrs T E Gleeson near Hickman this week attendingOarrparents near Cayce Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Jim Wall of Florida visited her sister Mrs Jim Hubbard aoca short while and have returned home to the regret of many of us MurrayKyDtShaw of Eminence are guests of the families of Mrs M B and B F Shaw Miss Dora Smith our nominee for School Superintendent visited Rock springs Baptist Meeting last week It isbelieved she will not miss a vote in llovVmber electi- onJi1tualaris Las goue tolluyiL0 to act us maid of honor at the Elks Carnival and from there goes to New born as bridesmaid to Schumato an Mewman wedding INew Mea Patterns lOc at SIIAWSx Mirth mimicry and music the worldsI leading Monologue Entertainer hu morist violinist and vocalist Ralph Bingham at City Hall Remember the date and secure your ticket Mr Gilchrist one of the contractors building the Levee in Lake County was in liickman Tuesday He reports levee work progressing well and that the surrey across the head of the Lake is not yet completed but in progress Mr Perry Heath Secy National Re publican Committee Lesshe Combs Rev Col Dr Baker postmaster of Lou isville A D James U S Marshal of Kentucky Frank Fishers postmaster qt PaduCah and other distinguished citizen arrive in Hickman today booked for an outing on Reelfoot Lake guests of Postmaster J T Stephens New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Sunday morning at Louisville tw gaudilydressed negro women marche- down the aisle of the Broadway Baptist church one of the largest churches iin the city and pushing their way be tween a white gentleman and his wife took places in the front pews where they remained during the services Seats for colored people had been pro vided in thn rear of the house but th gaily bedecked pair scorned to stn greadealorally attributed to the action of the president in entertaining Booker Wash inJtton at the White HousePaducah Democrat BAD ACCIDENT RON ALEX BROWN BADLY INJURED Paducah Register Mr Alex Brown the well known shoe drummer and exmember of the countybutresidence ot Prof John D Smith atj Third and Madison streets was the vic tim of a very painful accident last eve ning about 9 oclock Mr Brown hall clrumminttIIIwas driven by Mr Jake Oehlschlaeger At the time mentioned they were en route down Third street bound for the Washtr Brown in tront of the car which ran ap stoppedThe rapidly as possible but Mr Brown- legwas badly cut by a deep gash whil other serious injuries were sustained quitebile u dx yy vVYY yv r 1 t I am now ready to 1IOWtou the new f tlt c cQ11S011 styles in the nicest oftt n i 1 fj New Goods Dress Goods t 2 1 1alld Trimmings 2 In all the best styles JJShoes i with swellest style Shoes with the It most graceful lines and softest finish jj- tjtj IttItItI tI a 1 1Hats Bo not and PantsilI ilc L I EiIatIatIC1TSJ 1 l rI BBUCHANAN CORNER I JJoy y iiTHE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC notas cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If yon 1 road it all the year round you are posted on all the important and interesting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should bo the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to bo read by all members of the family 1 Subscription price SI a year Anyl newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you j may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC i St Louis Mo I NO FREE PASSES NEXT YEAR The Chicago Tribune says Freo pass ciSgoouktthulilo lOU allUfa rail roads df tins United States on and after January 1 1902 A comylcto abolition givingdtransportation for nothing was decICl d upon yesterday by a subcommittee rep resenting all the railroads in the trunk Line Association the Central Traflic As sociation and the Western Passenger Association The committee met in New York As these three associations include every railroad of any consequence in the country the dead head tourist will see hard times ahead of him No ex ceptions are to be made in the new pol icy to be adopted Even the presidents of the various lines who have been ac customed to riding where they pleased without paying will put down their money in the future like an ordinary traveler and submit their tickets to tho conductors punch A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kid neys His back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until ho tried Elec wond like a new man This marvelous medi cine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies thVblood and builds up your health Only 50c at Cowgills drugstore 1500 REWARD For light colored horso mule about 8 of 10 years old sprung in kneed carries ears forward A month ago had largo soro on top of neck indistinct stripe across weathers and on legs Will ba hard to catch Take to Gilchrists loSce camp in Lake county a dget reward N8 Stepped Into Lire Coals i When a child I burned my foot rightfully writes W II Earls of Jouesville Vat which caused horrible f leg sores for 30 years but Bucklons Arnica Salvo wholly rated mo after everything else had failed Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises and Piles Sold by Cowgill Cowgill 25 cents t SHEPARDS CANDIDACY DEFIN jNew York Jburfal l I Tb 4ntth is tllat1rr Shepard Jire + o and never was Tammany man nor is k I ho now Tammany candidate Ho is the candidato of the Democratic party of Greater New York just as Mr Low is tho candidate of the Republican par ty He is tho last man that Tammany would have thought of nominating It was necessary to have n Brooklyn man at tho head of the ticket and tho Kings County Democracy named Shepardii TRADE CONDITIONS As an evidence of the soundness of the countrys prosperous condition the trade reports are significant Only about onefifth of tho year remains to f be heard from yet there is every indi cation that the year 1901 will bo a rec ord breaker in all solid lines of business Orders from tho country are reported as up to the high mark tof 1899 while commercial development in the cities has been of a permanent character Building operations are on a scale that is consonant is increased bank clearings The high prices of all crops kayo put moneyInweather affected the harvests there has been a partial yield of cereals and fruits The surplus of tho past two or three years has served to keep off tho cur tailment of tho usual plentiful supplies Now Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWSa A444itt 4 4 S H AWr t t v 4 jtj 6 c FZ 4 I c If i A iSt 4 Has allI Kinds of Is J J al1 1 i o = JfA i 4 Mt4 0 ii 4 f I 0 1A I R I E S4 7 k 1flT1TT+lrrTTr F t- A tY c i + 1 rdrr jg 1C iWELL L f 1t HELPrI H1YoU ai J iTo defy Jack Frost this winter at ji very moderate cost if you will give us a chance We have in i + store a good assortment I 1 DRY GOODS CLOTHING ANDrtII SHOES DRESS GOODS- STRIMMINGSAND J SI LK rt IiJACKETSIi i I ING SKIRTS 750fBLANKETS 50c to k r We offer some bargains in our our staple OUTING FLANNEL Hand lOco PERCALES at 8 and 10c wide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c fDOMESTIC 4ic- CALICOES J1 1Yd at 3i and i5ciI MENS ECLIPSE SHOES Thebest Iline in tIll city equal in look and wear to tlu kind 1I i n 5 tJit1 1t I IIIIY Stlftr Iusala Iiets 1t 1 lJust recd1 new Iline for A inter wear best Shirt made at the price I ttBALTZER c DODOS ROOSEVELTS COLOR LINEII now SOUTHERN PIER AG CEPT IT It Is raid that PresidentI Urx nwit out lMhev iu lliuiiu haul wont 101 1 rate any policy unvird tin iuvr i ur tiny other qutaioni that pi Cactus tint tiling und jractiiis wOlh r Practice what Vou preach ihIlls uiullo Aa a i in to how ins niti neila- rtiou policy ia wcepe l 111 tltt rfuuth rh Meifiplus Senior say j The must dainimLlooutrii which j has ever be ii perpetrated by any citi zen of the Uuitud States vuscoiiiinmed by the president when lie invited a iiipger to dive with him at the white house The Commwcial Appeal says cIt 1in now incumbent on those white Democrats of tlu S utli woo have re ceded appoint mentri at tie hands of President ItiiOMsvelt lIII ri iign their Votfices Thuy crannm all ird to remain the rccIpiutiM of any favor at Isis hands I Ocrtiiniv iherMft no Ihnjr uttauhfil 10 i LH beuuvolencu or busunvals f tTO ALL PERSONS HAVING t fARMING TIMBERED OR I MINERAL LANDS j iFFOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga Jc St i Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to induce a good class of immii grants to settle in territory contiguous to iU lines and to engage the attention f of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every county through which its lines pass The management earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or i 1 lease those who have timbered land 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 suet correspond with the prices asked ot local buyers The management does Mot propose to aid in selling land to im J ffiigraats at exorbitant or speculative price Large tracts suitable for colonization atlow prices are especially wanted j KILLERREW t Industrial ad Immigration Agent SMITHii Trafc Manager NASHVILLE TENN + t- U BOYS KNEE I Ir PANTS SUITS f flane Hopkins make I with double seat and f P iiiv Pants The best hoys suit made we have jr I complete line fronl 150r i to 600 T f t Indication ETC IN MEMORIAM Caycc Ky Oct 12 1901I Prom labor to rest the Grand Mast r of iitl culled our beloved Brother Greet It Waison wh i died SlltombrlJl 1101Iktsolvid that in the death of Bro WaLsmi Unitona Lodge 071 and the Miisonic Fraternity have 1041 a true ant i worthy Jrolher tilt community a most ext cieut fitizun the church and family an ixcinplary member husband andl fitlu r- j Vf chirili the nmmory of this Ulan of su I miiiy virtues and mod deids trusting and lookirg they may be sum cifiit incentives to brighten the pathsi of loved ones and friends along through their lives and cause us all to look welli toward that heavenly shore where there is perfect life aud joy and peace We tender our heartfelt sympathy to hs family and friends in the 1 ItH of tathur1friend beIa copy be sent to the Iliekman Courier bur publication and that the Lodge wear i he usual budge of mourning for thirty days Fraternally submitted JOSHUA NALORli H L J Com S E JOHXSOX J w Admiral Schley is comingI out of the Santiago investigation vindicated and with giorious honors There has been a deal of false swearing upon the part of Naval offi cers however Tills BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the questionThe A wEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If you read it all the year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the familySubscription price sia year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or yon miy mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo Miss Ruth Holcombe has returned home from school a RALPH BINGHAM NOV j Ralph niu bam the imppr onitor and musician who so happily euter our Hickman people last Febru is announced to be with us agate on Nov t at the City Hall He is here under the auspices of the Lulies Aid So ciety of the Methodise Church 00- HE DIES MONDAY Czolgosz the assassin of the late Pres ident McKinley is to be executed Mon day 6 oclock n m The law limits the number of witnesses to 20 and on ly this number will be permitted to bo present 1200 requests have been received asking permission to be present 00I- N FAVOR OF AYERS Judge Payuter the Judge of the Court of Appeals who heard the cure of Mott Ayers vs tho County Clerk of Hicknian county afliruied tho decision of Judge Robbius and instructed the County Clerk to have Ayers name print ed under the rooster as tho Democratic nomin- eeuo COUNTY PRIMARIESALL RIGHT JudgeNaylorsbut is in condemnation of what heard Ills supporters consider unfair and questionable methods in the recent convention and primaries This had reference to Legislative convention and precinct primaries or convention and not in the slightest sense to tin county primaries at which county unseen were j nominated So far as tho Courier iis ad shed there is no fault found by any to the county primaries or to its nominees ou TO VOTERS HOW TO MARK YOUR fICKElj In the approaching election in November there will be in this county on the regular ballot only two party tick ets ii e the regular Democratic and the Independent Democratic Thf regular Democratic is under the rooster and the Independent Democratic lS un der the devtco The J ride of JiHticf If one want to vote the regular ju ocratic ticket straiglp the ili u s n ply stamps under UH PKHI r lint i Otto wiiuu to vote fur alt th I nucrl iu county tuiiididites but for ttho iiad r- f pendfnt Demoonlii candidate for KrjI roS ntt1tlv + iitihC t Ili HII0I11t1a t under the nutter artl then stamp JIitIsite the name of thu independent Om ocratic candidate If he wants tovuf the independent ticket only he should stamp under tin Goddess of Justice ooT- ENNESSEES GOVERNOR Kentuckians always feel more or less interest in 1Inneeo elretions1es pecially thof like tin editor of tLf Courier wilt ar ltIIIJ4cas by birth und Krii turJita us by atlitpiop Th rc app aVa1 ilyl tw prominent can diilucs fur rovufmir uf TuititusseR Mr IYuJdiOr of East Tuitnt ire sad Judge Ferris of NOSII vili Mr Fruzier appears to le the favorite of tht politicians of the s ritehi yliackindriI ratHi yours variety whilst Judge iVrris utt POliticianli a ue Judge Fiiiris has probably lane more go id for his follow J beings in this world than nay nina in Tennessee From early manhooi he has proven himself a friend and father of friendless orphans SOTO years ago when a heartless father abandoned his three helpless little children at Hick 1Judg JheJ phans have thus been strurtd g JI t home chriitini careulul 0duc iou through tht noble fffors of this truly good tuan It looks hardly rtasouible j that the good Christian people of lean jj 1ssee could rofusd the sTvici3 rj HO t good a man only becJtnso In umy 110tIi 1 be in reciprocal touch wrath the office j If seeking politicians When Dr Luke I Blackburn the philanthropist the 1I yellow fever doctor tt the lover of his f fellow man was announced as a candidate for Governor the politicians scoffed at the idea but the people learn ed of his honor his integrity lu Roman fidelity his broadminded liberal f charity loving heart and they carried 1 him into the Gubernatorial chair over l the heads of all opposing politicians as j so many cobwebs in his way Ard Kentucky has never had cause to regret 8 the election of Gov Blackburn Judge I Ferris alike is the friend of the people and of the State of the afflcted and the unfortunate and has the courage second to no man eyer horn to stand by the right and to do what he believes to be right His good works have already built him a monument in the hearts of thousands of people to wHich tho high honor of Governor of Tennessee is as nothing He has occupied publid place sufficient to show his capacity andt ability for the high and respons i duties of Governor Tenness honor election the State and its peopleb y beII 1 1t TJ I ton t S l A GOOD REPUTATION For fifty eight years we have boon building up our reputation with tin people here in this community a reputation For honest upright dealing and todayVestriyingtosatisfied with our achievements no matter how gratifying they may seem by ever successrhas been rO n ned with the laurels of public approbation With the warmhearted praise of our satisfied customers coupled with the firm and steadfast purpose to always give the bust value for the dollars paid us we believe there are still werguiding The purest treasure mortal times afford is spotless reputation m DRESS I GOODS We ares- howing an exceptional line in every respect We will not at tempt to tell you allabout these goods in an tni t IdoI tried you must reallv ffI iIcome and sec them for yourself You can get some good ideas of the correct styles from our selections You will find all the new weaves and colorings We also have the largest and best assorted line of Black Dress foods shown in 11 iclnuan 1 100 for 11XJ in those I S5 for 48 in Satin Granite 75 for 44 in WliipCojd 60 for 36 in Granite Cloth 50 for 86 in Homespun 40 for MYii Flaiitfei5l 2i for 40 in Serge Big Line of old wool Dross Goods at I 5 10 and loc did sell from 25 to 50c IItwill really be money to you to us an early visit I Itl G CORSETS I ItLI medal at the PanI1 American Expo RtlI to give satisfaction in any way it means a now Corset to the buyer i I HERE WE ARE 1 No time for argument no time for i debate Our 1 1rh our ohhortunitycto gt first class Furnishing Goods at bottom I1ciSi rarely oflered 8 Don t miss it SAY MISTER Was it Underwear yon askedl about Our Mens Underwear Depaitment is chucked full of some of the best things in the market See our line before buying A GOOD LOOKINGr Pair of Shoes well made invariably outwears several pairs of inferior quality For superior wearing fitting qualities and style for lIen and Boys you can always depend upon Ainbergs Shoes there are none betterII DRESS TRIMMING There is not anything that will add more to the looks of a dress than nice trimming Trimming that suits the dress trimming that suits your taste triaiming that suits your purse That is the kind you find at Ainbergs We have the prettiest line of Applique yoking ver shown in Hickman also a big line Medallions the latest thing in trimming We bought our trim ming from an exclusive trimming house inNew York and YOU are sure to find trimmings pen not found in other houses HOSE Thef kin that has heldijq bUIld lip our reputation for ht idfmg goQjlk goods UNDER WEAK 2oc for Ladies Vests worth 40c 25c for Ladies Pants worth 40c We had to buy a case to get them at the price but it is money to you SPECIAL DRIVES 34c for Good Calico 4c fort rood OutingCloth 5c for Wool Dress Goods1 J- vorrr atntw y S PICKS IIf we could induce yoi to see our 4 line of E P Herd has it would be worth a newspaper full of talk for m you and for us TALK IS CHEAP Hut Patti art Stubborn Thug- T1arelowingv the nobbifsr liar of CLOIHING and OVERCOATSrover dnpbtyid n1l our counor W rdii myi invite inspvtio i Ytt will tint t urliL f to tto Zu PUT YOUR ifHEAD ituProvementYOURavoid distressing colds and coughs Buy a nice warm cap thats what you nliandsome linns on sale at our Store Splendidly limsh d stylish cans match them at our price 4 if you can f r 2y tr 4Ilol Jr o Ij af iI J t THE ROYAL BRAND thebestman We can show YOU the best line of 150leverr oj m t AMBERi1Kt1i 1 ty A U IlI jt= ar ifi t iwrnnmmmuuumnwuuimmuiiummjuuimmmwyA E 1 I r4FAR STOCKSr i E r rfrr rA rAs ff NOW COMPLET- Er g rfrrrr rrta 411 r I r rWei 411 411 4 YoutoCallandrr4 r4111 411 Examine our Offerings g1I 4 rr411 1111 1 L P nW Si ELLISON 1i a rr- rr 411 tr 411 uuummuuu mnyuuumm iU ummmmuuumnmuuu the International- Novelty Yoke Suit I HUGE GOSPEL STEAMER What will be when com pleted one of the hand somest steamers on the Mississippi river constructed for I a strange mission is now in thejnlarineThe steamer is to be used exclusively for mission work on the waters ofhe upper Mississippi in the summer and lower Mississippi and tributaries in winter More than 100 people will make their homes on the boat among whom there will be entire families Whenever a landing is made an im mense tent will be pitched in which the religious work will be carried on A fine band will be constantly on J s I YOU want to be tight in IF it this season order an International Yoke Suit C This suit is an original creation of THE INTERNATIONAL TAIL ORING COMPANY of New York and Chicago the largest and most reliable tailoring concern in the world for whom we take orders It is the smartest and nobbiest suit ever designed for mens wear Good dressers all over the United Statesmen who appreciate and want the latest and bestare ordering it and why not you Well be glad to tell you more about this splendid suit if youll drop in to see us and well show you the International samples of over 600 stylish patterns at the same time H C AMBERG I I the boat and where stops are made the band will parade the streets in an automobile All of the principal towns along the river will be visited READ THIS The Church covenant will be road and the Lords Sapper observed at the Baptist Church Sunday and Sunday night All the members are requested to bo present Tho public invited s S ROJJEY MARRIED Clarence D Belew and Miss Ola Wade of near Lodgeton drove to Ful ton Sunday afternoon and were married by Esquire R A Roberts at his rests dence in South Fultou They were ac companied by ueveral young friends Mr Belew is a prosperous young farm er of that districtFulton Leader The Ohio Valley Improve ment Association has been in session in Paducah this week Leadingmen from all along that river were in attendance For on Vote will tie was 864 i additional for there to for one years THE ROOSEVELT LINE The Washington is provoking an immense news paper and of the papersfseera to think that the ads verse of the is only in prejudice In the Central racial tions have been and the result has been nonenterprising degraded the part of the United the the white man has held and social these and hence their superiority over the and This not mean unkindness to the negro but upon the for his betterment The of the States least large portion of them j these facts and share such and sentiments in common with the Southern Here Mr C E Smith the tinner thor and skilled is now with R B and Kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B Jj 1 c z OUR GUESTS j I I k t OUR VISITORS jI i ttDOTHER ITEMS illl I N C ST L R R SCHEDULE HICKMAN No mNoG3mNoARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 pm 720amNQ Read the long record of the house in his ad this week Baptistnext Thursday and Mrs Capt Levi Bates co tinue critically ill Capt Bates was some better yesterday The sympathy of the whole community is with them The Legislative campaign was open ed in Fnlton speeches both made by Ayres Joe W Bo nett H F Kemley Judge a i others The arranged h of appointments oyer the two countie- A reunion was enjoyed at tl country residence of Mrs at Mud Creek last Thirteen I grandchildren and four great grand children were present Mr John D Shaw of Eminence and Miss AunieII Vance of were guests Report has it that Mr John M I publisher of the Fulton Hu tier is to the publication i publishes1 byb publishluesdayNov IGeorge Langstafl a lead1 ing man of Paducah is deadJ V Mayes the grandI old man will have no opposition for Magistrate r everybody vote for him Alex Brown a former member of the Legislatu- front Hickman and FultonI died at his in Pad 1Utl Wednesday from ii juries received in a street ac cident an account of wlu is printed elsewhere in this of the Courier He leaves a wife and daughters no 50000Nearest Correct Guesses the Total of Ohio on November 1901 be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer ai follows 60OOForsocThl16It1000II500II400II300II2000II6000It600Is1000II 10IIII JsjSOOAIn case of guesses prize equally divided 1901The1891 was 795631 1896 IO201071892II 861625 1897II O22 1893u 835604 1898II 793169 1894u 776819 1899 1 I049il21Guess6000An prize of 6000 any person making an exactly correct guess If be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 be equally divided among The WeeklyEnquirer81OOO ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 1OOO for subscription ten secures ten guesses WeeklyEnquirer COLOR RooseveltBooker incident discussion some Northern criticism President founded political American States distinc obliterated a mongrel ignorant people In Southern States Caucasian supremacy fought relations for hundred years Central Southern people does contrary white people Northern at a understand opinions people TiHtter oughly competent Brevard Rooting all BkVAKn ii NEWS LEAVE Browns Mr Tuesday nominee Kearby Committee family Bradly Sunday Murray Dennis commence Lets home cah issue thr 92O872 them Mrs Shaw Entertains thehomescene of the most brilliant entertain ofherof parlor tiful were rendered fairyland of rare plants bright lights fair women and Shawinder with a grace of manner all her own JohnDiUonand Mrs B F Shaw met the guests iu the reception hall Refreshments were served at eleven Those present were MrsTofUnionWalkerMrand Miss Mabel French Len Shaw and MaryAnderson IslerandFarisI and Light Faris Percy Jones and Net NemeRogers Menuserved1 f re 1 IiI I GOOD NEWS I wOFl 1l- l It1 ll lltIn r i a S ti SHOEien j nl Gl4 WI mI tul I1ru J1 wnHK 1obtil YUI ta 11RICE p NAYLODIItiID n1 r ITS ALL RIGHTr- i 0 J11 J1tjri Iell fiI 9 1T JheeFOR THE BEST f IN w GROCERIES I a WS Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers cfc Threlkelds TJFTODATE GROCER I STAXD1Clinton J FRESH lI ATS1r r Goods Delivered Free l Telephone 74l e HICKMAN MARBLE W RKsIJ4r4tnL4Ls LIE 1 1355 TOM DILLON Sr Propr f 8ucr sor to IJ C KamngntlecM Marble and Granite Monumant s I OURJ3INGI I J cf e Hiokman ISy WaR WEBSTER FINE WHISKIES WINES BRiNDlK AND GIFS A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE I GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUE FOR THE MONEY UNION CITY TENNESSEE THE epUlUEK 8100 A YEAR t i l r M N s VVVVV VVVVVoVVVVVV MISCELLANEOUS CGLEANINGS T VUF GENAKAL INTEREST C AAAAAAAAAAAOAAAAAAAAAA openandtiearlyThe contractors have begun work on tbeiWickliffe water works Robbers secured 76000 worth oft stamp from the Chicago postoffice Monday night The trial of exSecretary Powers now on at Georgetown will be concluded this week Thrailroad depot at State Line is completed and the painters are at work on same Ozolgoaz the assassin lias at last call ed for a priest to be with him in his lasthours The town of Johuscmville the busiI nos portion was destroyed by fire MondayThe C have erected stock yards at State Line which is a great convey nience to shippers there10 The Illinois Central is to bridge the Ohio river at CaveinRock believed to i be tor a new railroad into Nashville The trial of Admiral Schley will costI himabout 20000 A big price for theI old hero to pay for whipping the Spaniards at Santiugo Wouldnt it be a grand tiling to see old Vade Hampton back m the United States Senate from South Carolina And they say Tillmau is for him rather fthanMcLauriu The doctors who attended President McKinley admit that they do not know r what caused death That can be easUtbelieved Atone time they reported t that the President would not die Scit1 ence seems to have had a hard knockr Author Ooetel is authority for the statement that Coy Durbin will cer qUhiIHonI f Goebel dues not say upon what he buses his prognostication t Rev E B Sullivan whose homo iis bear Wickliffe und who was arrested and held under the charge of attempt iug an assault ota Mrs Silas Vancil four miles south of Fulton has been pronounced innocent the accusers withdrawing the charge says the Fulton I Leadera t There is one sad thing about the Buf falo Exposition the exposition has proven a great tinaucial disappointment It cost or was supposed to cost 7000 000 to get the exposition under head way It has cost something to keep itC under way At present the stohckold a ers have abandoned all hope of seeing i one cent of the money they put into the enterprise and considerable fear has been expressed as to the managements i ability to pay the bonds She was young she was fair And she frizzled her hair- Like all the swell girls in the city She was everything nice And she had but one vice The way she chawed gum was a pity This is no joke it is pitifully true What is more disgusting than to see a pretty dainty dressed damsel tripping along with her jaws working like a house afire If the girls knew how they n were criticised for this vulgar habit they certainly would not indulge it t A LETTERs State Line Ky Oct 23 1901 g Editor Courier I visited the city of Fulton one day last week for the first time in four years and spent a most agreeable day fmet many old friends that I have not seen for some years among whom was Cjapt1 P Tyler Mr Thos Morris and others I also met both our old Clerks Messrs Taylor and Royster they are intthe dry goods business and have a large and handsome store and a large stock of goods and arc doing a fine business I also met Judge Naylor who was mixing with the people and meet lag with a very pleasant reception The city has made some wonderful changes since Hast saw it many large und substantial business houses hare 1 been put up all over the town aud many more are being erected Many large and handsome private residences have been builtall oyer the place The merchants have large and handsome stocks f businessf 1t 1 1lugt ondlbonand on the high road to I prosperity and a bright future I regret tosay that I did not see so many Hignbf thrift and prosperity in 1 the country the farms have not kept twee with the town and mature lines of improvement since I last saw them there is rather a retrograde in the eeidnces of good farming and there ia a want ot that neatness and care that Bakes a farm look well and homelike Intie it shoald do I notice another thingc that I regret to see that the farmers I seem to be leaving their farms and go I ing to town and taking their sons with j diem and raising them to be anything but good farmers I regard this asr being ranch to be regretted In myCj opinto it takes as much intelligence and enterprise to make a successful farmer aa to make any other good bns faieM max Bad I think that when the t iatelligent young man who has been raised on the farm leavesthecouutrII for the towns and the farms are en j o trusted to the management of ignorant saen it will be the greatest misfortune a that coald befall the young man aud the country tlIHIT1CBT FILE CLAIMS t t againsttare respectfully notified to file same- t proves M thelax requires with the un 1 dersifwed pa or before the 10th day of Jan 108 or MHM will be barred Also anyoae indebted to said estate are re qaeetedtO settlesane A A PARIS Admr 1 tri of WCOravesDecdII i Eldridge Leog Huntingdon Tenn and Mte Bertha Hicks of Alexander c daySj11iRM1t+ i I iTNa f XXXXXXXXXXXoXXXXXXXXXXX X X X JUST FOB FUN sa X A COLUMN OF WIT AND JlU x X MOIL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE X kXXXXXXXXXXXXuXYXXXXXXXXX II DollyYour ride in the auto must have been just lovely and exciting Madge It was exciting but not lovely Charlie had to use both hands to work it Willie Say pa my Sundayschool teacher says if Im good Ill go 10 Heav en PaWell WillieWell you said if 1 was good Id go to the circus Now I want to know who is yin you or her What makes you keep so silent asked the young woman- I always think before I speak and in that way I realize that I havent any thing to say answered the young man Edl saw you kiss Sister May just now Mr D Mr D embarras odWWell here isa quarter for you I if you dont tell anybody Ed conJJ temptuously A quarter I Rot cents last night for not telling on Mr liertwhistle Mrs HowesFor mercy sake what have you been doing in the back yard eveningMr Yon see dear it was so much more interesting to hear what the servants said about you and your mo 4 ther than to listen to what you and your mother had to say about the servants that I stayed u good deal longer than I meant to Sarah said a lady to her servant I am very tired and am going to lie down for an hour If I should happen to drop otf call me ut 6It Yes maam replied the dutiful ser vant The lady reclined on the couch losed her eyes and was soon in the land of dreams She was awakened by clock striking 0 and cried indig nantly sarah why didnt you call me at 5 as I told you to WtI1mlam you told me to call you if you had droppedoff I looked in at i unit you hadnt dropped off at nil you were lying on the couch in the same place fast asleep I May Oh Mr Grussett was that thun dorJackl believe it was MayOhOh whatever shall I do JackWhy you are not afraid of youMayIt me crazy Wont you please shut the window Jack Why certainly though I dont think it would attract the lightning very much- aIzmyOh yes it would 1 Nov plctaze 11IU away from the wall The walls of electricityJackMay Will you please draw down the lightningflasheslurk m here 1 cant see now Jack Never miad that I am here Muyl have heard some girls say the safest thing to do lu a storm is to stand on A chair m tho middle of a room JackHere is aclmir May JJnt I am afraid 1 would fall off JackI will hold you ou MayIt is so kind of you How terrible the thunder sounds But I feel sate now lighting Jack By the way wouldnt you be just as perfectly insulated if I sat in lapMaycan you- uggest such a thing strugle thunderclapMay thunder green fires etc RURAL MAIL CARRIERS b1tbeof rural carriers Hereafter rural letter carriers shall not act as agents salesman or solicitors for express companies letter box manu facturers wholesale houses corporations or firms nor engage in any avocation which would interfere with the proper performance of their official duties They may act as news agents sell news papers or periodicals on their own account or account or accept and collect subscriptions for the same HARD FIGHTING ON The situation in the Philippines is dmittedly serious and some hard fight ing is in prospect A plot has been discovered in Samar which had for its object the extermination of the garrison at Carbiga Plots have been discovered also at other points News of the recent AlDer ican disasters have spread like wild fire Manila the police have dis vered the shi p men t of large quantities of steel wagon springs o various districts for ue in making bolos Reinforcements are being hur ied to Samar among the latest being a irniser 330 marines and two battalljohs f infantry DECENCY INAMen are not won to the support of ny cause or any ticket by blackguard- ism The day has passed when voters ould be kicked down and dragged into party The soOner misguided politicians and stupid newspapers learn this quicker the Democrat party will regain a substantial footing in Kentucky Cynthiana Democrat This is sensible and to the point Conservatism and the proper recognition of the customs of decent und polite society in political matters is de ngjpnced by some as lnke warmness and by others as traitors to ones life time party associations If one can not be true to his own convictions and at the same time be respectful to oppos ing elements then we want nothing to do with party politics for then indeed and in truth is the post of honor the private 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orleasewater power or mineral hinds for sale will send a brief description of same to II mustgivingthecorrespond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does diImmigrantsI prices I Large tracts suitable for colonization at low nrices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW AgentUTruffc Manager NASHVILLE TENT o IMPORTANT i l For the ainsregular price and on Easy Terms We are over stocked on these goods i E E REEVES 00- Hickmbn Ky METHODIST MINISTER KILLS NEGRO THIEF AT MADISON YILLE Mudisonvillc Ky Oct lRev A Js Hurralsou pastor of the Southern Methodist Church here heard a noise at his back door pnrly this morning und fired through it Later ho found ho had shot Jim Lewis through the heart Lewis with his shoes off was tryirg to break in Justifiable homicide was the verdict of the coroners jury Mn Har ralsou not oven being arrested I POLITICIANS iNTRUSTSii J JThe politicians who have been conJ tent to declare against the trusts in party platforms in u way that was not hurt fil to the trusts would do wen to keep i Mr Roosevelts speech delivered a few days before his accessiou to the presi dens nasted in their hats There will come a time when tne people of neither party can be put off with fair words in derogation of the trusts They will want something that will point to action Mr Roosevelt said it was evi dent that the state and if necessary the nation has got to possess the right to supervise and control as regards the corporations which are its creatures particularly as regards the great bust noaS combinations which derive a por tion of their importance from the existence of some monopolistic tendency In a few weeks the President will send a message to Congress and it seems probable that he will renew the senti scent of his Minneapolis speech and ein phasizo it It will be his opportunity to individualize his Administration with out proclaIming an open revolt against the machine Tho machine has pro fessed opposition to the trusts Mr Roosevelt has made the same profession but in a way that indicates that he will recommend anti trust legislation and l veto any measure that favors the trust f The question threatens to be trouble some Tiuitvr ilea Mr C E Smith tho tinner thor oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Rooting and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BRKVAHB V tC FpF 4H s ry y = rV i BuildinOtt r l 11ROUGH 1 AND DRESSED LUM t tBE t Doors and Windows Shingles o Lime and Cement i 1Builders Hardware If J Paints Oils otc ESTIMATES j CHEERFULLY 1 1UJtI ISIllW iFEED STUFFS a 1111HayOuti WS Corn Bran etc ateII tjtIi J or Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but never if jaundicedon the sltind all signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give cle skin rosy cheeks rich Only 25c at Cowgills Drug Store Buggies Buggies Buggies for tho big und the little the rich am the poor We have prices that ai in teach of everybody E E REEVES S CO- Hiclmllln Ky NOTICE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King 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Jloiiurtt YIdATiOENBYSATLAW especial1ythetics Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Romleys in Hickman CITY BARBER SHOP heroeanntrying barbers R U CALDWELL WILL raOWELL PAIN IS AND PAIN- TSOowgillsAt We have just received a large ship ment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pare White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brandy on the market COvgiUIr ij II CAR U T HE RSJ ANDoulCONFECTIONERY FIE N BREAD CAK =S AND CONFECTIONERIESI r I STREETIittcituav KENTUCKV I ITelephoneI Number KJ saxw INSURE IIN THE lU JUPtJAILI1I l1 INSUltANUI CO JERSEYfspecial vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben efit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS whichImacrease the insurance or convert tho pol icy into an endowment payable ntaspecified and gradually diminishing e 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time altertwof= years premiums have been paid J NO RESTRICTIONS cupation4 INCONTESTABLE Aftn two years- SlNSUKED MAY CHANGE BENEFICIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SURED After having failed to pay the pre continuedkape 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 com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CON SPECIMENPOLiOIES tion will be furnished RT TYLER AGTV fi J rM r 4 t1 1 IAI- I tiJ GOLDENSTESTIMONYIyI Admitted That He Entered Into an Agreement to Kill Goebel rt iOwing lo the 111 HcnMli of RIch Power the Rcftnxe Ankeri t That the Mfirht Somlonn lie UlHcniitlnucit l tN Georgetown Ky Oct IGI cI f Titan who entered the court 1001 Tuesday to attend the trial of Cale Towers for complicity in the asses sination of Goebel was searched for deadly weapons The order was mud Cantl uuufattorneys j had to submit to th- c search Col Bennett il Young who tta Colii Omthewas n6 crowil that there had always f been a jostling menacing crowdt around Goebel was objected to by the state but overruled Col Young1 then told openinCol Young declared that the crow tit Frankfort were boisterous rude and insulting The defense objected mid the word insulting was ruled out Col Young told of seeing guns in the cpitol1ntMing lie was crossex u11in m thy liull Sins who tried to discover why Col Young did not tes lily in the previous trillsof these cases The witness said he only knew One material fact that the window in tIle secretary of states office was open on the day Goebel was shot and lie did not think his testimony necest nary Georgetown Ky Oct 17 Wednes day jnqrning the tirst witness tea S- hraiikItccndy who described the scene a moment after the shooting of Goebel ns he described it before Hiss Ella Smith of Tarboursvillc who was John L Powers sweetheart again told her story of John Powe- ff telling her after the Colson tragedy that there would be more bloodshed if Goebel took his seat and said lie woTSlObir willing to kill Goebel him self 1 wncalld s was one of a comjmny of men who wn to Frankfort lIe said there were CD to75 men in his company Ho baitI h net Towers who told hunt on the uorring of the assassination that Goe bl would be killed before night Inc also said Yontsey told him i the presence of Tallow Dick Combs that Goebel would be killed within two days and Combs would do it 01 im going to give Comb 100 ud 5 other tier will do the sam- e1osthej alleged to have Maid Onfcro ttittim4lUitIIQpkt nit hevWas iriCovington iis a witness in the United States court and metl Arthur Goebel there and told him lis testimony as above Ovenstske iliut Had r been arrested He answer e watermelonlilnything Once for murder once for malic 19115 shooting and once for swindling the government answered the wit iicss i Hopkins admitted that he has 11 Mmes faced a jury on murder charges three victims being laid to his credit lie also bears the scars of knife am- liullct I I in many other little troubles1 iy he called them when talking t Tom Campbell Georgetown Ky Oct 1SIxs W 15 Anderson telegraph operator at arboursville was on the stand in the Powers case when court adjourn ed Wednesday night aid she re mimed her testimony Thursday morn tjtlrs Anderson identified tele grams sent and received by Caleb and John Powers when they were or ganizing the mountain militia Wednesday night Lewis larla CgnJ who was in jail at Frankfort i ail ihe same time as Towers and Voutscyi told of a quarrel between 1the two lie claimed Votttsey sidj t Towers i gave hint pIer to the sec ret arybf states private office Powers is alleged to have said Yondj better not say it and Youtseys reply was given as Dont you fool uith me or Ill tell enough to break your neck if it breaks mine too flames D Flack of BarhourvHIe testified to having seen a letter Iron Caleb Powers to Trof Stevens Georgetown Ky Oct 19JIc de lease in the Towers ease made a mo tion for the discontinuance of the night sessions of the court An affi davit of Powers war offered in which he declares that his ill health mike it practically impossible to continue the arduous trial of the case and niht sessions also make it impos Bible to confer with 1Jjr attorneys as all the time is taken up YVharton Golden was then called to the stand to continue the crossex amination Nothing material was learned other than what ht luus toldl at fprnicr trims One question he was asked wj 1 s Did you enter an agreement to killI x n Senator Goebel Yes 1 suppose I did was the an swer golden left the stand and Miss a SuOjc Snuffer was called and toM 5 about conversations with Powers ut narboursville before the mountain s men left for Frankfort Miss Snuffer was asked about some Icttersshe had received from Towers end which disappeared She says tPerry i rowers knew of letters and asked her faahotc Uiqm She refused but toldfluni where they were later they 1 1yerg gone and she said he was the I- kOnlytolie vho knew where they were t They had disappeared since the last trial of Towers I On crossexatnination Judge Sam i iasked questions regarding Golden t testimony at former trials to show discrepancies in his stories He des nied that he told Kev John Stain per his brotherinlawl rind alsojiit- he had contracted with Attorney Campbell to receive 2300 for each conviction Georgetown Ky Oct 211hlOmmonwealth elosrd its testimony in the Powers tsnse early Saturday UlOIU ing with the testimony of John W lay law olerk to lodge White of the court of appeals at Frankfort He said about an hour before Goebel was roesygovernortla1yIrHecause he will be killed before rAtstandethetadseouveraetions with Golden Culton and others eonrersntstions as tended to implicate him in the conspiracy I non breath he stated hat he had Golden and others bring men to Frankfort to fight the attemptedtto take the office by force suit in the next breath said that the night Sher iItT Inrton talked about using cart ridges to settle the context that be resignband go home if any fights were to be indulged in or talked about He denied the important part of Hanker John Clucks testimony as to Powers designating the mountain army as a mob intended to intimidate the legihlatnre but admitted every other detail of his talk with lllack Powers denied that he and his brother John IL Powers had ever given Henry Yontsey a key to the secretary of states ofllce Youtwy asked him for n key but he told him he did not want him in hit oflice and that he would not give him a key When he found Youtsey in his ofllce pointing a gun out the front window he told hint he must get out and that there must be no shooting from that olliee He later told Aackcnic Todf Taylor private secretary that Pout askednTodd to talk with Youtsey and get him to stay out of his titt ersoflice When he was arrested in cving ton he said he was cursed struck and otherwise mistrentcd He said he nhised Wharton Golden to surren del when it wits said a warrant was out for his arrest Powers told hint if he was innocent IK should give up Golden at that time told him he knew nothing about the trolling but had been told by representatives of then eomonwealth thnt they wanted the big fishes and could get theta through the little ones Georgetown Ky Oct 2 When the trial of Caleb Powers for alkjredI eoniplicitv in the murder of Senator pcautngit i were tilled to be sworn Among those who appeared was tartan Whittaker underd10000 as one the principals in the killing of Goebel He has never yet appeared on the stand Caleb Powers again took the stand Monday morning He denied ever hnv ing known John L Hosley postmaster at Paris who is alleged to have told Sherman Stiver of a plan to kill the democrats in troyI senate during they contest and that tine men were to begin shooting at Coebel Attorney Campbell started in at rgassyntinting of Powers Many questions were objected to nail in the majority of cases the objection was sustained At one point Powers said I want to say that there is a pos sibility that the shots may have been tired from Ithe secretary of states of lice Duplicate keys could have been made nut when Goebel was shot 1 had the keys to my office in my pos session Powers denied most emphatically that he had ever conspired with any human being to do violence to William Goebel or any other democratic of 1ficial Campbells attempts to twist the defendant up finally brought out this from POWf1SooYI persistently credit me with former statements I hove never made COULD NOT SEPARATE Dnnl Ilfe Ilcvcnlfrt nv n Suicide In 11 iilcnu o lintel One Ucnil the Other IIVVH Chicago Oct 21Yhile gritting oer the dual life she was leading with Ur Orville Burnette a prominent Chicago dentist Mrs Charlotte Nichol wife of W L Nichol jr commercial agent of the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railroad committed sui tide Sunday in the Marlborongh ho tel IJurnette also tried to end his life at the same time but was un successful The two were found in their rooms both stretched across the bed the woman dead and Bur ctti with his neck pierced with a hatpin a bottle of morphine clutched in his hand and the gas turned on from every one of the six jets in their suite Dr Hur netie is KH alive and has been ar rested In one of the rooms was found a note written by the woman which told of her reason for the act Site said To Whom it May Concern I did it because I rayed him bettor than anything on earth and he pored me and we could not be separated Good bye Charlotte Burnette stated that his wife knew nothing of his attachment for Mrs Nichol Xotnhl lIlOnJenellt London Oct 22 Announcement is made of the engagement of the dukes of Hamilton nail Urandon to Xina Poor one of Englands beauties t MEANING OF IMPERIALISM fIlutilr H Hnlp i y MJHJnrv r l TrJji 1l erre Than AVoyltrlsm or I Kttehcncrleol J Impcialim it still to hI kept to l1i j front as an jLsuo and the unhappy rg iipinoa are to feel the full burden of Imperialism means the ruthless rule of the military witbout the rules pC civilized warfare nail yet time Filipino are not aaget they have murder no prisoners they have slain no women iI or children They have inflicted no itortures nor have they outraged wlve5 and daughters and yet the edict hit gone forth that theyare to bl ruthless Ily killed 3 Worse than Wevleri n worse than- Iiiteheuerisn i I is to be the new polmeyjn- the Philippiiifs as a result of the rjg cent disaster to tin invading troops Samar says the Johnson Deuincrap These things must stop said thfcf N jrtrenuoii r nfl nt with u Ktinpof f iiiiTiiiiiii jl i lrsl forthwith hI o fc dered Gcnriiaffrcnt Manila to iista adequate nteanres to suppress the iin surgents in Samar and all other pros hires whn they become QltivCc r rnensilresarWhatf to be is hinted at strongly i 4Vaxhina ton dispateiies They mean death to the Filipinosa war of literal est minntion From one prcsdJpRtch5y 1 learn whm the programme is likely fo be jvGl giga affair said the Filipinos wore much like the American Indians aujd WOWbtt5tiutebetween the lines of official utterance tee in this statement evidences lthat the natives are to be treated by the American forces just as were the roil skins here It will be recalled that Indian upria ings were followed by swift and ter rible punishment and one of Custers exploits wherein every soul of the tribe down to the very papooses was put to time sword remains to this tiny an un written page of vuuTiiuii luxiiij Something akin to this terrible visiia Ition iis believed to await the revolting iinhabitants of Samnr Every mutt native within miles o f the scene of the attack should be killedI ruthlesslyI explained an ouleer just returning from the Philippines aijdj their homes destroyed 7O Although the American public ny not aware of IL he added u omewltnt similar methods hare been einployc4vi vn41fitdThis iis a piea ant programme Tint IordPlI with our Iwnevoleiit profits sion And it ought to appeal pow r 1 fully to those lynching ministersi d mobinspiring pulpit patriots wbo have lately l hn o inmh in evideil fie Certainly their vpirlt honliriseinr- sporte l Cj too fine a prospt ct as that sum gr ted by lie atlbler just tlbrnedl- trom the Philippines Yet what have these Filipinos done In the first place they felt upon a company of soldiers killed them in a desperate fight in which they lost 110I against the American loss of 40 to r0 It was a surprise but not a greater one than many another of which the Fil ipinos were themselves the victims It was ail In the wayof Will The Amer jeans were out hunting for little brown non whom they intended to kill if they could It happened the lit tle brown men saw them firt nut their slaughter of the invading force iis1 now accounted a savage crime and it is to be punished in a savage way by savagery as had as the red Indian ever conceivedIAdequate measures Ire ordered from the white house And those around the capital and in touch withI army purposes understand that this phrase menus what it meant when it was applied to the Indians where every soul in the tribe down to the very papooses wns put to time sword And yet the dead president almost with his latest breath gave mierance to this lofty Intimfnturtt us ever remember that our interest isi in ron cord not conflict and that our real eminence rests in time victories of pence not those of war POINTS AND OPINIONS 3 x From the present outlook in tf Philippines we many expect a call for more troops and more money Im perialism conies high if we must v have it Englandand Germany are get1 tins away with us in our trude with Cuba exports of textile goods haying declined 15 per cent Is it tariil or animosity that is beating us o what we have been considering as ou 15ownPurchasing bonds when a su ri plus has been unexpectedly piled HP in the treasury is justifiable but t pursue a policy of high taxation on purpose to thus favor the bondhold ers anti the Wall street gamblers jis highway robbery of time taxpayers Never at any time has the btisi t ntess man been willing to subordinatei his judgment to partisanship lie iIS as fully convinced as are many of his fellows in his party that protection as it is made lawful by the Dingle bill is no longer necessary He is convinced further that in respect t many articles now on the tariff lists it is positively detrimental to thei country and to its commercial pros pccts Minneapolis Times l Time Wall street gamblers are afraid of the futureaccording to the press reports and the boom in stocks- is over The next thing to look for priceminL t wages or the trusts will have no money to pay dividends on their wa J tered stocks Morgan Co must h carrying a prctt heavy load by this time if the reports are true of the amount of trust stocks that has been unloaded on the syndicate PRICES AND TARIFF REFORM UndeiICtJuJlIrJII We bare the nut horiiy of Mr JTarina j thai the protective tariff iis too i einitlfijBally adjusted to 1 be meddled with LMr linnnn not being considered an wuthjprUj on time tariff this in forma tfoji MronhT not be valuable had lit not SoIj congrofcxinnal I Iegis4aton has hero at tenlpterf if not accomplished so that wpfl forced to believe that it is not intended to attempt any tariff reform hgjvever munch nrcdcd isii lnieally right in hi estimate of thjkway the tariff has been adjured fllayet the way the present tariff was bn1JtWits very s III JIlt Ilaeh mnnufnc t t exceptttalrnllre Iplanters WU fnvitrl to corns before the rcpub Hgii members of the ways and means commit trt with n schedule that would iMtect its particular industry and tJffwhulr were then arranged under inleytariff sjjjiue who wanted more protection than teas given t beta t he rate In iin r ad Tlrpruhihltnft1rijf withlihJ vlib wanted free raw rtiniertal and atjusttniesome other interestsT The proposed reform of plaeing on protinciioiisshatlower prier than they HIT selling them at house would probably not affect the revenues for hut few if any im J preventtarifftempt to import when the duty is removed there will be no revenue pro duced for there is hardly much likely hood of the trust allowing any impor tations as they will bring down their price to the level where it xvould be un profitable for the foreigner to attempt to compete The result therefore would be that the price of truxt articles would be reduced to consumer just low enough to prevent foreign compc tiilon and this would he the present price less time tariff rare about 4 per cent All these trasituiie artu 1 would be reduced n pre which would about equal the fury rgn piVe vihi the freight and profit addeii This should not IIMHI interfere with business except the trust mo nopolies and the time frr the charge from the high tariff to free trate in fthese trusts artilIntlldi be set far ffjnough ahead to allow the jobbers nd retailers to get rd of tlvir SBtoiks in anticipation of the low IT prices that would pr a ails Tbtr is n thing scientific or mysterious about this proposed tariff reforms and there t8no reason why It shoud not be adopted except that the trusts would kick vigorously and threaten to re jdncc wages and otherwise make all ihe trouble possible Rut give them ia little time and they would adjust their business to the lower level Rhis is not ideal tariff reform for Ithere rite awayother inequalities flint require adjusting almost ns nuehas the trust monopolies but it jftvuiild do for a beginning and a hghngharates on luxuries and low rates on necessitiesI which is the democratic doctrine will follow when the pl6 pie demand it M FACTION CONTROL1 I lilrrniilrut Itonncvelt Ilnx Gut tla R VorkCnt Ont for Him to lieIll Itnt After n national election the com nilttc of either party as far as the retire operation of polities air dead Accept to meet and call the nex rna llonal convention The chairman of pje sueeessful party has generally thei1his reason Mr1 Haunu has been espe filially distinguished IJy the death of President MeKinley Mr llanna as a Hpeuor of patronage will cease to hepcannot agree with his brother senator from Ohio he may not be able to even e lIistQnen opposition to President Jtoose v H when threefourlhs of his party tfrecalling fo r hl nomination asr ttli1G president cannot but have left a fejjHng of noncompattbility between spunndictatorrThere arc other senators who will bel somewhat in the same fix such as Platt of New York then there are prestodential booms such as Fairbanks and Spooner which will horeto be post poach to a more convenient season 5pirhaps like other amjbitioius laid away for ever That President Koose Celt will deiuand another term as an Endorsement of whatever policy he iay eventually decide upon is errs rain and unless a powerful senatorial cabal is brought about to nominate a more subservient candidate he will oppositionoappearances1residentIoosevelt pctionsi in his party but he lacks time patience and diplomacy of his prede lessor without which entire unanim Gtris rarely accomplished He will lso manysfire reform control of the trusts and jreform of the tariff all of which the rat majority of the leaders of his party are absolutely opposed to amongstepartythathappen before the spring of 1004 that- at develop the most intense rivalry and excitement f i rRELIABLE R B B REV A R D 0 Has a Superior Stockof the best makesa of all lkinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANT1D AS RIPRMTBD ROOFING A SPECIALTY I fiIi1XMcAN UKHrf KENTUCKY a f Capital Stock paidln 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Ranking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet beer Opened by Burglarsi OLCaabterCHIOKMAN WAGON CO aaiVIaCrtlBEa lir THE CKIKBBATKJ BeEK4 WAGteNS H1cE LAN KENTUCKY IlTlUIHeiffllIffliWI RESTOREB The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous TroublesMakei pure rich blood lmprt THEY NEVER FAIL aenergyioAstoaUhlng and quick re- mIts They supply the Nerves Brain unit Blood with the most power concentrated fill and highly nERVE and BLOOD FOOD br ntheT RUE NaturaIVejetable TonIC are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vitals ity natural and Uervn Tablets are the product ol the latest moo rmanently dunateriaiiedilia It 1 skillful and learned research In every tIme used They begin at the seat of the disease and act on the andanlS i r andWOMENImpotency Tight1 Losses Verleccele bad effects of Tobacco and Vhlfkey LU31 IH oa Tired Feeling Sleeplessness Nervous Debility liullestlon Constipation Dlxzlness VcrtJe 5t Vltus Dance Nervous Headache Backache Trembllny Numbness Lost Power and all such ta disscasc organs otthe IreSitt Paralysis and Consumption WeaK Women Sd They will bring the Bloors ot Health to Pale Faces add pleasure to life We could sITe ThouantIs ot Testimonials but your best tray h to try them We refund the money 111 cure 11 uott- afected TrY them and 1f you want its you an have your money burl just for the asking Price roc a box of ten lays treatment rtz bozos titfl Securely jralc l r mall Iostagetamps takea lame as cash Address THE NEE ItEzIdEDY CO 358 West Jefferson St LowvjJe Ky Sole Agents for tho United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgill yaw Rates toTexas At frequent intervals dur ing rgoi round trip tickets will be sold via the C Eton Belt Route LiE1m Cairo and t emphls to points t llnArkansas LouISa- ha i t Texas and ndian and Okla ti 7 iCtma Territories 1 i it greatly reduced 1Iil 11tes j f l i1 1 11es yfaai you want to jo also I when you Wruld lice to leave Md we yin tent you film you can secure one i of the lownte tickets and what it w141i cast We will also send you tcompJele I schedule ref the trip and an fcjtttesung- t f i i ifpale book A Trip to Ta- asIllf t j ItNi IiI T PLCIYrAIA f 1 I ftItu fP aIT Stjf II Leaves Chicago at 630 p m daily VIA THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE L ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 amII Minneapolis ata30a m Till Only Pirftct Trills w till WlrldLIt t h t r- i t rtu y j q 4e F I fr jl L if r i AE OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY IVE tE A TRIAL when you wt repairingYafOBi IpeolhyIUndertaker Goo Ii I COBBOO Roiewood and Solid Blaol ValBut Coffins Kid Case wbieh eta b- Icte41 up in shirt aotice and at reaioe abU price flirt me a call Shop near the Jail LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R It DEPOT iJ J H POLLOCK Prcpr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages sale teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 oath Book Store F Splendid Selection or NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thiug up to date 0 MARY BEREXDFS fe Oo I CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hero yonrfinp to please yon than VTA old reliable barbers R U CALDVTELL WILL ROWEL i DR S DAVIDSON i IDoiatlsrt OKMAff KENTUOKY IuI over Oowgill Oowgilla p rJJroL 3tore C E EAKER j General CJracee Powell Block Olin top St Having purchased the Grocery Slock ol 7 J C Bondunnt would be plenjrd Io iave alt old friends to call Fresh Good bad Choice Birciat VJBARPYCO 1 AT Btl N ERS OLD SHOP I make yon a Buggy to order I WillRepair or Paint your old one i SLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS I k ALL WORK GUARANTEED hr PSUrIey Joe W Bennett p BENNETT REMLEY ATTORNEYS LTLAW especial1ythep ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Remleya in Hickman The BigFour Route Is a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadwt Built and Equipped in the Most I Approved Manser of Modern Railway Coastntctloa ri-d The PMMiigtr Trala ServIce of the I 4 BW FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passeagcr Trains per day rtquiriof t for theIr opcratiea 190 Passenger LoconMtlres A 30 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars Ia addrtkm to which Sixty Pullmaa Sleepers are in Continuous Service I ih IHQ FOURS and Its Tilrouf k CarLiaca WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE lGtLWaTktAgt ASMGPTCUKIXMATl O A WORD OF MIGHT Great Meaning Contained in Text of Dr Talmages Sermon I Ciitnpiiftcil lint Pour Letters tint IB the Queen of AVortln Solnre of Christian Inltli Tvo- TliliiKH to Believe Copyright iDOl by Louis Klopsch N T- fyfa In this discourse Dr Talmajje calls all people to gladness and opcus all the doors of expectancy texts Gffn esis vi 18 Come HevelationsxJcH 17 Come Imperial tendcr and all persuasive Is the word Come Six hundred and seventyeight times it Is found in the Scriptures It stands at the front gate of the Bible as 5n my first text inviting antediluvians into Noahs arlI and it stands at the other gate of the Bible us in my second text inviting the postdiluvian of all later ages into the ark of a Saviours mercy Come is only a word of four letters but it is the queen of words and nearly the entire nation of Eng gUsh vocabulary bows to its scepter It is an ocean into which empties 10 000 rivers of meaning Other words drive but this beckons AH moods of feeling hath that word Come Sometimes it weeps and sometimes it laughs Sometimes it prays sonic times it tempts and sometimes it de strays It sounds from the door of the church and from the seraglios of sin from the gates of Heaven and the gates of hell 1C is confluent and accrescent of all power It is the heiress of most of the past and the al moner of nost of the future Cornel You may pronounce it so that all the heavens will be heard in its cadjenccs or pronounce it so that all the woes of time and eternity shall reverberate in its one syllable It is on the tip of saint and profligate It is the mightiest of all solicitants cither for good or bad- Today 1 weigh anchor and haul in the planks and set sail on that great word although I am sure I will not be able to reach the farther shore 1 will let down the fathoming line into this sea and try to measure its depths and though I tic together all the cables and cordage I have on board I will not be able to touch hot tom All the power of the Christian religion is in that word Come Tho dictatorial andlcommendatory in re ligion are of no avail The impera tive mood is not the appropriate mood when we would have petiple saY ingly impressed lucy may be coaxed but they cannot be driven Our hearts are like our homes at a friendly knock the door will be opened but an attempt to force open our doors would laud thy assailant Lu prison Our theological SXMiilnurleS which keep young men three years in their curriculum before launching them into the ministry will do well if in so short a time they cast teach the candidates for the holy oflicu how to say with right emphasis and into nation and Jpower thus t ullec word Come That man who has such cflieienc3 in Christian work and tthat woman who has such power to per suade people to quit the wrong and begin the right went through a series of losses bereavements persecutions and the trials of 20 or 50 years before they could make it a triumph of grace every time they uttered the word Come You must remember that in ninny cases our Come has if mightier Come to conquer before it has any effect at all lust give me till accu rate census the statistics of how many are down in fraud in drunken ness in gambling in impurity or in vine of any sort and I will give you the accurate census i r statistics of how ninny have been slain by the word Come Come and nick wine glasses with mc at this ivory bar Come and see what we can win at this gaming table Come enter with me this doubtful speculation Come with me and read Ithose in fidel tracts on Christianity Come with me to a place of badamuse ment Count with me in a gay bout through the underground life of the city If in this city there are 20000 who are down in moral character then Onno fell under the power of the worst Come I was reading of a wife whose husband had been over thrown by strong drink and she went to the saloon where he was ruined and she said niyhusbandpointingdrowsing in the corner of the bar room said There he is Jim wake up heres your wife come for you And the woman said Do you call that youbeenbrow eyeis givenhimTake your tiger claws off of him Uncoil those serpent folds of evil habit that are rushing him Give me back my husband the one with whom I stood at ngoGhehe as many millions of others have been of the word Come Now we want all the world over to harness this word for good as others have harnessed it for evil and it will draw the the continents and the seas between them yea it will draw the whole earth back to God from whom it has wandered It is that wooing and persuasive word that will lead men to give up their sins Was skepticism ever brought into ofIhot words against Infidelity Was ever the blasphemer stopped in his blasphemyWashis cusps by the temperance lecturers mimicry of staggering step arid hie cough No It was Come with me to church today and hear oiifc i singing Come and let me introl duct you to a Christian man whom you will be sure to admire Coing with me into association that af cheerful and good and inspiring Come With me into joy such asyou never before experienced is With that word which has done g much for others I approach you te day Are you right with God NoJ you say I think not I am sometime a alarmed when I think of Him 1 fcr I will not be ready to meet Him In the last day my heart is not right with God Come then and have it mal e right Through the Christ who diet to save you come What 13 the use in waiting The longer you wait thl farther oityou are and the deeper yOu are down Strike out for lleaCn Y jn remember that a few years ago steamer called the Princess Alice wiih a crowd of excursionists aboard sank in the Thames and there was an awfuj sacrifice of life A boatman from the shore put out for the rescue and hc had a big boat and he got it so full If would not hold another person and aj he laid hold of the oars to pull for th shore leaving hundreds helpless and tJIlldam not thus limited and that 1 can promise room for all in this Gospel boat Get in get in And yet ther lar1idoning1 also apply the word of my text to those who would like practical corn 1 fort If any ever escape the struggle of life I have not found them The are not certainly among the prosper ous classes In most cases it was a struggle all the way up till they reached the prosperity and since they hare reached these heights there have bcen perplexities anxieties and crises which were almost enough to shatter the nerves and turn the brain It would be hard to tell which have the biggest fight in this world the prosperities the adversities the eonspicuitics or the obscurities lust as soon as you have enough success to attract the atr- tention of others the envies and jealousies are let loose from their kennel The greatest crime that you can commit in tIle estimation of others is to get on better than they do They think your addition is their subtraction Five hundred persons start for a goal of success one reaches it and the other four hundred and ninetynine arc mud It would take volumes to hold the story of their wrongs outrages and defamations that have come Upon you as a result of your success Thjpi warm sun of prosperity brings into life a swamp fistof annoying insects On the other hand tthe unfortunate ulastifs have their struggles for mninr tenance To achieve a 1 livelihood bjjj me who hind nothing to start with audi after awhile for a family as well and cn mvvwtliTHtfinVii tit i Hclii I tttreia ec ren rc a and educated and fairly started in tie 4 world and to do t isis unsid all I he rival ries of business and the uncertainty of crops and tthe fiekSrnoss of tiirill 1 legislation withI an UcttinnnllhorI strike and here and there a ptinls thrown in iis a mighty Ihlng10 doanlll there are hundreds and thousands of such heroes and heroines who live un sung a nil die unhonorcd What we all need whether up or down in life or half way between is the infinite solace of the Christian reli- gitin And so we cmploj the word Come IIt will take all eternity to fluid out the number of business men who have been strengthened by the promises of God and the people who have been fed by the ravens when other resources gave out and the men and women who going into this battle armed only with the needle or saw or ax or yardstick or pen or type or shovel or shoe last have gained a victory that made the heavens resound With all the resources of God promised forcer exigency no one need be left in the lurch nut the word Come applied to those who need solace will amount to nothing unless it be uttered by some one who has experienced that solace That spreads the responsibility giving this Gospel call among a great many Those who have lost properly and have been consoled by religion in that trial are the ones to invite those who have failed in business Those who have lost their health and been consoled by religion are the ones to invite those who are in poor health Those who have had bereavements and been consoled in those bereavements are the ones to sympathize with those who have lost father or mother or companion or child or friend What multitudes of ns are alive today and in good health and buoyant in this journey of life who would have been broken down or dead long ago but for the sustaining and cheering help of our holy religion So we say Come The well is not dry The buckets are not empty The supply is not exhaust cd There is just as much mercy auf condolence and soothing power in God as before the first grave was dug or the first tear started or the first heart broken or the first accident happened or the first fortune vanished Those of us who have felt the consolatory power of religion have a right to speak out of our own experiences and 533 Come r What dismal work of condolence the world makes when it attempts to con dole The plaster they spread docs not stick The broken bones under their bandage do not knit A farmer was lost in a snowstorm on a prairie of the far west Night was coming on and after he was almost frantic from not knowing which way to go hi j sleigh struck the rut of another sleight i and he said I will follow this rutr and it will take me out to safety lie hastened on until he heard the bellss of the preceding horses but coming up he found that that man was also lost and as is the tendency of thou who Die confused in the forest or OB the moors they were both moving a circlj and the runner of the oneloT F sleigh waa fJortiiig ii runnt of the other lost sleigh round and round At last it occurred to them to look at the north star which was peering through the night and by the direction ot that star they got home again i Those who follow the advice of this world in iijne of pcrnjcxity arp Jpa fearful round for ifrt1i1e ljvciIdcred i soul following anotner bewildered SOUl and only those wno have in such time got their eJe oriufeTiriterrtIng srar oftqur Christian faith can find their vay out or be strong enough to lead dtiers with an aHpcrsuasivc invita tion But says some one you Christian peple keep telling usto ome vet yoU do not tlll us how to cona That cliarge shall not be true on this occasion Come believing Come repent ing Come praying After all that God has been doing for six thousand years sometimes through patriarchklbjd sometimes through prophets aadjiit last through the culmination qtaiine tragedies on Golgotha can anyov think that God will not welcome jiovc coming AVil a father at vast outlay construct a mansion for his son and lay out parks white with statues and green with foliage and all asparklo with fountains and then not allow hi son to live in the house or walk in tIii porks hiss God built this house ol UUali ni6rey and wil jiu then refuse entrance to His children Will a gov ernment at great expense build life Baying stations all along the cont and boats that cnn hover unhurt likeF petrel over the wildest surge and then when the lifeboat has reached the wrjjck of a ship in the offing not allow the drowning to seize the life line or take the boat for the shore in safety Sisal God provide at the cost of JIb only Sons assassination escape for a sinking world and then turn a deal ear to the cry that cZiuie p friiim thE breakers I s 50I1111n1things things in the shape of a creed that I have to adopt that I am kept back X6no You need believe but two things namely that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinnetl and that you are one of them But a yJu say 1 do believe both of thost things lo you really believe theiA wih all your heart Yes Why then yoahave passed from death into life Why then you are a son or A daughter of tthe Lord Almighty Why then you are an heir or an heiress ot- a us iinheritance that will declare divi deaths from now until long after the stars are dead HnjluliiljuhlI lirin e of God why do you not cosmic and take your coronet Princess of the Lord Almighty why do you Snot mount ytiur throne lass up into the light Your boat is anchored why do you not go ashore Just plant your feet down hard and you will feel under them the Jock of ages 1 ghalienga therein tfi1 fone ittstanco in which a man hi the right spirit appealed fur the sal vation of thet Gospel und did not get it Mun alive are you going to let all the life go away with you llufourlimiting this great pence this bright expect aifey Arc you going to let the pearl otjjrcat price lie in the dust at your ftitt because you are too indolent or fob proud to stoop down and pick it tiijtillI you wear the chain of evil habit when near by you is the hammer that could with one stroke snap the tshnekle Will you sta3 in the prison of sin when here is a Gospel key fthalj could unlock your incarceration N 6 no As the one word Conic las sqme tines brought ninny spuls to Christ I jvilj try the experiment of piling up into a mountain and then send down irian avalanche of power many of these Gospel Comes Come thou and all thy house into thseark Com unto meallyc who labor and are heavy laden and 1 will give you rest Coin for lilt things are flOW rca dy Coin wiUi usfand we will do you good rGome and sccJj The Spirit andthaj bride sayjtCome and let him that hear eth say Come and let him that i14 athirst come The stroieof one bell in a tower may be sweet but a scortf ofbels wtlL tUllcd and rightly lifted and skillfully asSiung In one great clnroe till the heavens with music al most celestialI And no oust who lint hcjfrd the mighty chimes in the towers of Amsterdam or Ghent or Copenhageu can forget them Now Iit seems to mo that in Ithis Sabbath hquZ all 4iiavtf9 is him ing and the voices of departed friends and kindred ring down the sky Ea3 hiDCosmic The angels hf never fejl bending front sapphirP thionesarc chanting Come Yea all the towers of Heaven tower ot iriaft3TsJtower of prophets tower ol apostlesfc tower of evangelist towe of the temple of the Lord God and thl Lajnb are chiming Comt umeC Pardon for all and peace for all and Heaven for all who will come AVhen ilussia wasin one of her great wars this suffering of the soldiers had been longand bitter and they wer waiting for the end of the strife On diy a messenger in great excitement ran among the tents of thtjgjirmys j shouting Pence Peace The Ucn tlhel oti guard asked Who says p cef And the sick man turned on hfhosptlal mattress and asked Who says peace pnd all up and down the encampment of the Russians went the qlestio9iWlw says peace Then the mesengerjr spottdeth j 7hie czar says peace That was enough That meant ping home That meant the war 3Soer No more wounds and nprmore long marches So today as one of tile Lords messengers 1 move through these great encampments of souls a nd cryr Eea cebe twefl ear h and Heaven Peace between God and nian ftJLleac we Yrepetiags- otil auidva pardtng ford Jf yew ask me Who says peace 1 an swcr Christ our King declares it My peace I give unto yOU Peace of God that passeth all understand log Everlasting peace GIVEN TITLE BY SULTAN iexnndrr n Webb of XPTT Yorlt ftlndpnn Jlonortrr ContiI Gen Hrral of Ottoman Empire A copy of the oflicial paper of Con Ustantimiple which hasgust been re ceived ut New York announces that the sultan of Turkey has appointed Alexand r Webb honora r consul general of the Ottoman empire at New York It is a permanent appointment The sultan also has honored Mr Webb with a decoration Hrsidea the Medjidie decoration as it is called he has given him what iIn known as the inedal of merit In Turkey this is considered a great honor These decorations carry with them the title of bey and hereafter instead of being Webb Kffendi he will be known as Webb Bej Mr Webb this beena resident of New Yjork city and ofRutherford X J fpr the last ten years or more He is now traveling irEurope but will return to New York thC latter part of October He was consul for the United States at Manila during the first Cleveland administration and while in the Philippines embraced the religion of Mohammed- Mr Webb was born in Hudson N Y and is about 53 years old He was for many years a reporter on a St Louis newspaperBROUGHTIN A LIVE BEAR WyomIn inn Irmnortl flip Great singir Uenntjnml Then l ed It I to the Ilnnrli rr 1 Johrfw Chapman who recently sold his ranch on Pat OHara creek one of the finest properties in the Big Horn basin to John P Allison a wealthy hanker of Des Moines is known as one of the mot expert hear hunters in the section about Cody Wyo Dur ing a recent risit of Allison to the Chapman ranch the bunker askedII Chapman to bring In a bear 1 ing the Iowan meant a live bear Chap man set out to do or die One evening he caught sight of a large black bear on a ledge of rocks Stealing around behind bruin Chapman east his lariat and succeeded in roping the bear fpcnrely around the neck Mounting isis horse Chapman set out for this ranch at breakneck speed the bear ambling along behind too bad I13 frightened to resist or put up a fight When the ranch was reached the bear was too exhausted to fight and a pak of stag hounds quickly dispatched him Best for the Ilinvel No matter what ails you headache to a yourbowelsCure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 backCat15tkgenliinciPutupstamped on it Beware of imitation Fnptilnr fiche TomAnd you say she is a great belle Jack You bet Why she actually has four silk pillowy stuffed with hainfrom four liiiladelphiaRecordp Yon Cnn Get AIlciiM FootKane FREE Write today to Allen S Olmstcd Lc Riy X Y for a FJIKE sample of Aliens FootEase a powder It cures sweating damp swollen aching feet Makes new or- t ght shoes cay Always use it to Break in New Shoes At all druggists and shoe itorcs 25c r RU eRr l Chrysanthemums and the chrysanthemum style of wearing the hair on football fields popularBaltimoreHerald To Cure n Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggistsrcfumlmoney nitfails to cure25c Rage i essentially vulgar and never more vulgar than when it proceeds from mortified pride disappointed ambition and thwarted willfulness Coleridge Consumptlon oldJohncb 15 moo Courage is a plant that cannot be de stroyed by plucking it up Chicago Daily NewsCheck CronpWithThe things that go without saying are oftcnest said Iuck- POTNA3JTFADELESS DYES are fast to sunlight washing and rubbing AfTcctation marks the absence of affec tion Rams Horn MISS LAURA HOWARD President South End ladies Golf Club Chicago Cured by Lydia E PinklianisYegetablc- Compound After the Best Doe tors Had Failed To Help Her II DEAn MRS PINKHAM Ican thank you for perfect health today Life looked so dark to me a year or two ago I had constant pains my limbs swelled I had dizzy spells and never 4 j r iUIVMISS LAURA HOWARD CHICAGO knew one lay how I would feel the next I was nervous and had no appetite neither could I sleep soundly nights Jjydia E Pinlclmins Veg etable Compound used in con junction with your Sanative Wash did more for me than all the medicines and the skill of the doctors For eight months I have enjoyed perfect healthVI verily believe that most of the doctors are guessing and experimenting when they try to cure a woman witl an assortment of complications such as mine i but you do not 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TMadisomille Ivy Oct 22 The cpnntVwere itlhbri flca returned and for 2u ininutvs tlie luittleI looswnduwsic ll will 1 1IibreaknI tIrleaderarnle 1 and the union miners declare they will not move the camp guhrdsOdayvreturneds quiet riou and all mines in this district working as usual The places of the soldiers were taken by armed guards employed by the operators The coun ty refuses to furnish more guards as theauthorities say there is no neces sitC i IN SELFDEFENSE tBrgTKnl III PurMiicT to Mop iiitd t r iVheu lie ItefiiMcU the Attomcy orated staid Shot Him Salyersville Ky Oct 22Tohn W IFouanl a prominent lawyer of this place and excounty attorney shot uuloiiistanfly1 killed laud 1ieklesimer Howard did the killing in selfdefense Iiekleslmer was after him and ran him for more than 100 yards with a pistol in his hand trying to shoot him All the time Howard was beg ging him to stop Finally Howard1 turned and shot his pursuer to death 1ieklesimer was a young man and tttHowarelfjto the sheriff and it ib beluved that he will be acquitted Irciictier Shot u Negro Ilurtrlnr- Miulisonville Ky Oct 22t an early hour Monday morning Jar Eugene Jlarralson pastor of the M K church soutlu here hut and lill ed a Nogro mimed Jim I wis Mr Harralson heard some one trying to break into his house tad the fatal shot was fired only when thepreaoher r had given up his search for the sup pond burglar and again head tits inng trying to pet into the roujn of Mrs Jlarralson The jury nt noont returned a verdict of justifiable homi cide 1 rOwenshoror eft- s trfl1sc1rclccor1fticl viib flrig and builtJng and iiotaffieI representatives of Knights of Pythias are arriving forth opening of the grand lodge LoijiwpiUe Uniform Hank No 1 and Alphn Xo 4 i and Wehres band of Louisville rciched here Monday art I tlitvljoujville = eoanpaii taend the Oww ejnsbnro 101J1 Ill uQ atoucd Wont t thcfair groitmls into camp Rep re Featativcs from Newport Dayton tin UcJcvnle are here rIfar Atstielntlou T nisville ICy Oct 22The Lou 1114 Bar association issued a call Corn convention to be held in Louisville about the middle of next month for thefpurpose of forming a state liar as sociation The Covington liar asso cia iloltwill SllIlla strong delega ion tIcrt Kur HiiAViill Lexington Ky Oct 22 James II Tones 1 well Jknown Jexingtonian who is superintendent of n big slice ranShi in the Hawaiian islands cabled for his wife and ehih1ren to join hint ands together with her sisterinlaw t ilr Hubert Steel and her four cbil artleft Monday evening ITo Tax llntlrond Property Frankfort Ky Oct 22 Chairman McGhord of the state railroad corn mission has issued a call for the an f1m meeting of the commission to make the assessment of tangible rail purposes Kilted Fur lleliiw Disorderly Owensboro Ky Oct 22Jn the cityi court Monday night C K Folsom t superintendent of the City Jailway Co anti Tillman Johnson an employe of the company were tried upon warrants tcharging disorderly condue- nbd each lined x30 Shot a Dlnturlier Shelby ville Ky Oct 22Perry II Montgomery a farmer shot SamuelI ilullins in the head with a shotgun Mulliu hull come to Montgomerys s house and was abusing the family when Montgomery caught him Mont gomery surrendered G lIJC Sot Married 4 1 XJcholasville Ky Oct 22 George 1 Coleman denies the story from Knox mCto the erect that he has married agnjnVmcc leaving his wife JIc hints at domestic trouble and says he has I notseen his wife for two years She 4 is iHOW suing for divorce 4 Tj Xete Found In a Bottle J I risKJOt2211i1e fishing ii- Stoner in J creek Monday afternoon Newt r t Current found a tightlycorked boUT indicattI Ii ing the suicide of Anna Long brC dlowuhlCC I IJ 0 t1 t l Slatet J- I i I OAvensboro I3 Oct 2In one ofiit ittlrtsc7eanficcl coal mines Monday Win i4i c togtl jnine Loss was crushed by fall C Ii iiig slate and it btlhoughtlie will die l IIWltile1leatlniEll Vilfion I IldIC5 a rwhi r accidental dischars c of his gun j II + 1 11 t tf jf 1 1ft ur 1VT THE BRITISH EMPIRE British revenue has doubled in the past century British wealth has trebled The recent India famine affected 17000 square miles and 54000000 people On an average 000000 Irish 200000 Scotch and 400000 foreigners reside in England and Wale Pawnshops in England have in peopleinpresenteIn the English house of lords are four princes 23 dukes 19 marquises 139 earls 32 viscounts 26 bishops 272 barons The total trade of British colonies is today 553000000 tons The whole commerce of the British empire a century ago was only 79000000 tons The imports into the Argentine Re public from the United Kingdomand the United States have lately shown a decrease while the import trade of that country with Germany and Italy has sensibly increased There are still many undeveloped mines along the coast of British Co prosptsThtrequantity of fine marble which could be easily quarried if a market for it were found Excellent granite and other building stone abound It iis believed in London that Eng ryhnrcttivity has been followed by a gene tion accelerated by the high prices of raw cotton and other materials a poor demand from India and an almost complete stoppage of buying from China ABREAST THE WAVES Steamboats on the Seine at Parr carry 2 070CJO passengers in a year The tonnage of the mercantile navy of Great Britain is almost equal to the tonnn t of the combined mercan tile navies of all the six other largest powers A regular semimonthly steamer service between San Francisco and Manila iis to be established at once two firstclass steamers to be placed upon the route- Transatlantic steamship companies say that indicntions point to a very heavy travel the coming season In many eases bookings are already be ling made for July and Mediterra nean rocs are all well filled up to June 1 The Oceanic Steamship companys new steamer Sononm has broker the Pacific record having completed the voyage from Son Francisco to Auck iland in 17 das 11 hours 25 minutes the actual steaming time having been 18 days 8 hours 51 minutes BITS OF FOREIGN INTEREST Moscow holds the record of large towns for having only t women tc every 100 men CMrt tetll+lpWSaiSli itKvn ofAtrtca Its inhabitants number 00000 of 1which 23000 ore Europeans 1 From 1S16 the English mint has made four shilling a pound on the coining of silver but no profit on gold 1kTo prevent the destruction of the Suez tonal a number of different kinds of shrubs have been planted alongside of It The city council of Amsterdam has voted 6000000 guilders 2412000 form electric plant which is to furnish power for street cars lighting etc in the city The wine production of Prance for the year 1900 is 05000000 hectoliters hasponly been exceeded three times during the past century and never in any pro ceding one huidrec1enlL THE UUU Ers Cincinnati Oct 21 TILFCommon 2 00 p 3 00 Extra butchers 4 40 cu 4 S5 CALVES Extra cal G 50 HOGSSelect shippers 6 25 cJ G 30 Mixed packers 5 75 Qp G 20 SHEEP Extra 2 S5 Cu 3 0- 0AMBSExtraL 4 40 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newillustratedC- ATAlOGUE OF PRESENTS FOR 1902 will include many articles not shown here ItWIll contain the most attractive List of Presents ever offered for Tags and will be sent by mail on receipt of postagetwo cents o2OurCONTINENTAL TOBACCO COMPANY Write your name and address plainly on outside of packages containing Tags and send them and requests for Presents to C Hy BROWN c2c1 FolsomAve St Louis Mo GEC SOAK I YVtgN I 7r fthJ n1Rb nl WEED CLOTHING orwmr THimfLOOK FOR 6EYlAaftCFIMiTATIOitlCATALOGUES SLOWING FULL LINE 01 GARMEfiT3 AND ttTAJTOWER CO B05TONMA55 4 CUKIS WH- B All ElS AI t CougS Syrup mazes oa Ualu time Sold br dni Ltt IFTION A K KB 1883 CVJIEX IVHITlXtt TO ADVKKT1NCUB pteaetatt that yseaw the A4nta-t IB till payer f r r I p I i9o2o II 1 The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN PUblisber HICKMAH KENTUCKY 2 CURRENT TOPICS of r 1 Venozueliij is said to be in a bad v tvay financially cuttingrayttmiobile in the west t Gold pens were first made in 1540 Their sate today is 1500000 a year in1eJerreyr 000 A firstclass telescope costs 100000 to build and 90000 to house appro pr tely Tf you write 30 words a minute your pelvis traveling at the rate of COO yards an hour Not six per cent of all the wome- 1nAmerica spend as much money as Qear on their clothes The rearing of worms and manufac ture of silk were completely broke- up in America by the revolution Most of the worlds rosaries are made at Loroto in Italy1 Thirtyfive women manufacture 35000 rosaries a yearArtificial butterflies are being man ufactured in large quantities in liu rope and palmed oft on collectors as genuine specimens The United States government has accepted an invitation to send dele gates to the international navigationI congress to be held at Dusseldorf Germany in June and July 1902 Since 1S15 the Rothschild family has raised for Great Britain 1000000000 for Austria S2iO00000 Germany 5200000000 Italy 300000000 andI large sums for other countries In place of wedding cake in Hol t land wedding sweets are given brnidyuikers they are called They are handed round by children and I are served in flowert rimflleel baskets Out of 12000000 American families th income of 4000000 of these families is less than 400 each per year and1isI the incomes of nearly SO per cent of the entire number are less than 1000I each per year It is related of Hall Caine the nov t tist that he once worked in the Lax ey lead mines i Hlhe Manx mountain in place of a young man who was ill to keep the young fellows position for him Plucky Galvestonhns more than recovered from the hurricane visitationI of H year ago Tine city has not only lields its trade during the year fol owing the disaster but has made cu couraging increases The neatest town in the world iis Brock in Holland So tidy are the in 1 habitants that they wont allow F gorses in the streets It contains a population of 2700 and the chief in dutry is the making of Edam cheese It is no longer correct to say xe taut mansion This is a recent de cision All of the stationary of tlt- tt White House has been changed ami where the words Executive Mansion have been used White House has been substituted One of the most important industries of the Bahama islands is the gather ing of pink pearls It is the only place in the world where these pearls are found The pearls when perfect bring tvery high prices it is said ranging from 50 to 35000 The1 recent censnsin Bombay shows n population of 770000 or a decrease of 50UOO in 10 years The loss was caused by the exodus on account of the plague The central provinces o India lost 1100600 population in the same time India under British rule continues to be the home of famine London has started a movement against blinkers for horses which i most cases are useless and harmful to the sight of the animals Most of tin great railroad companies and one o the tramway Tires have done away with then so that now it is stated 30000 horses are working without blinkers The young king of Spain who iis nearly sixteen years of age will begin presently a series of visits to the courts of Europe and will make his debut in the world as a finishing touch to his royal education Next May he ascends the throne He has been care fully educated and knows English rcucl1aDd German as well as Span bit One would think that the identity bf the architect of such a superbly de signed building as the Cologne cathedral could not possibly be lost to the b world But it is The cathedral took centuries to build and many archi tects have modelled parts of it accord ing to their own ideas The result is the most beautiful cathedral in tin yrbrld The heroic equestrian statue of Rob rt E Lee in Richmond Va is belies cd to have hundreds pi pounds of honey concealed inside of it Poi months bees hate been going in and out of the parted lips of both the hu man and the aaimnl figure The in acts were first seen there last sum rater and doubtless have been making honey ever dice The London school hoard has open din Paddington the first of a t of special schools for the education of cripples The children are tale to and from their homes inan am bulance provided by their board mid a midday meal is supplied in the Echool Kabul Pictet the Swiss Inventor r and chemist hasettcteda remarka ble discovery concerning an extensive scale for commercial purposed The in entor has been engaged for tlirca years upon his invention at Ins labonv gory in Geneva where he is profcesoj j fl chemistry and physics 1 Gi it ti4 n- tl r c i 1 Vxc THECUBANCAMPAIGAdln Occupied the Stand Practic ally All Day Monday The Witness Said That Schley Was lnolou hly Fearless and Self possessed at All Times 1 Uonioy llnyiier AVIlUiijc to Admit Plant the Uenr Sclilcy Letter Vai Ilecclveil IJy the Com modore lit CleufiieKox Washington Oct 16Only one new witness was heard in detail by the Schley court of inquiry Tuesday Searsnwho was Adm Schleys tag lieutenant during the Spanish war lie gave a detailed account of the entire Cu briefnsiege of Cienfuegos the retrograde movement of the flying squadron in I search of coal the blockade of San iI lingo the recoimoissance of the San I tiago shore batteries and the bom= bardiuent of the Cristobol Colon May I 31 and the battle ofT Santiago July i i when Cerveras fleet was destroyed He placed distance out of Cienfuegos I at one to four stiles and at Santiago I from three to six miles He expressed j the opinion that in battle of July 3 it i had been tIll Viscayns intention to I ram the Brooklyn- Mr Gaines sought to secure the introduction of a brief of the battle of July 3 which Commodore Schley prepared from transmission to the secretary of the navy It was stated that Commander Sears had taken this dispatch ashore to be cabled to the secretary but that it never hoc reached that ollicial The dispatch 1was ruled out on the ground as it was not received it was not an oil readein the court room but the following a coat of it Secretary of the Navy Washington Spanish squadron came out of Santiago harbor this morning July 3 at 9tti and were all captured or der stroyed in a running fight to the westward of about three mill magi half hours Very few casualties in kiIldlandI yet in The connnfltldcrin chief now superintending transfer of prisoners from the Cristobal Colon which air rendered to the Brooklyn and Ore gon at 113 p m About 1000 prier oners in all including Spanish ad miral Victory ompletei details inter Signed SCHLEY Capt Cook was recalled during the da v arId ilpt response to a question by Qvpt Ixaidy nnulo mi additional stwieinent devhiag fhb retrOgriiai movement of the flying nqundron Jiay- eLG to May 2S lie also twirl in answer I 1to a question by the court that com modore S hlry fitrnnthe battle of July 3 was eool brave Mild enthusiastic ifi 1 can not imagine any conII duet in battle more admirable Washington Oct 17J1lc oflicers of Atlui Sebleys flagship the Brook Ilyn oconpied the attention of the court of inquiry for the entire day Wednesday The proceedings began with the recall of Capt Cook and Lieut Commander Sears Jlhofwhom made material additions to their former testimony and they were followed in succession by Com rxfecutive officer of the Brooklyn Lieut E MfCauloy who was signal olliuer and Lieut Charles Webster who had charge of tho forward gun deck bat levy of the Brooklyn during the bat 1tll oftSantiago and was a watch offi eel on board that ship levfuncoupling engine and to the voyage of the iying squadron from Cienfuegos to San tiago explaining in some detail the cause of the slow passage maue on that occasion Mr lianas 1reltcl1attentJ 11 r to Cooks statement that the Brooklyns engines were uncoupled July 3 by or der of Sampson uUo you menu to say that Sampson srderetl the engines uncoupled That was my statement Was it a written order- I think the order was contained in the bulletin It fixed the amount of steam to be carried Hill the raft of speed I have only a general im pression that it set forth that the forward engines should be uncoupled We could not move the four engines with the amount of steam we were directed to carry It may have been irons that I got the impression that the forward engines should Ire un coupled The engines were uncoupled on all the ships Commander Scats spoke again of the conversation reported as having taken place between himself and ollicersOf the Massachusetts in the wardroom of that vessel on May 31 in which he was alleged to have said that it had been difficult togct Commodore Schley up to the point of undertaking the bombardment of the Colon and he anJtthing reflecting upon his superior 1officer 1Commander Mason and Lieuts Mo Canley and Webster alLgaye acc unJs of the engagement of July air McCauley recited in detail the signals made in connection with that histor feat event at the instance of Commo lore Schley When asked if Commo lon Schley had said anything duringg the battle for the encouragement of the men this witness replied that he several I Imeshad said jive enrliell bulli AU these witnesses testified that the conduct lot the commodore f L when under lire was coot and a curie ii- OUL SCtiOJcon 1 tiieSchley i eight witnesses being examined pf pthrulwith Adm thin Commodore SohTetC ftJ1itlltgun his testimony cdl1l1 had1II I by j followed Lieutwas by tomnmiiQgr t by T D Griffin who hud charge of tlj 1 powder division on the Brooklyn dtlr itJHefc1rmgi tGrUHnof the powder di isioii and thiatjtt- eas fiig l his duty to look after the Jowtfr decks Consequently he hail not s iyi a great deal of the tight He failtff I tJthaUa81IOrt1iI tISrooklyns beam along the coast lie tuhadfire with the Colon sonic distant ahead on the starboard side and ilrjiijj occasionally Then he went into tlit forecastle where Commodore SohlejI Capt Cook and Commander Mason wore standing remaining there un irl Oreodiiiclose to the Brooklyn Command t- I 1 Gritliu soldl that when the Colon gavi egoi1 t ft Ion the Brooklyns starboard quarter and that the Texas and ixen werp within sighti astern cOlu111Ct11Mtnnf Srlihv luring the engagement iin which yon jaT him 11 Ofi ablycool considering what had just 1 occurred tit was perfectly nature I in manner and hearing The witness in describing the batt1 hitllI J of the port battery on stain dClJkt forward and when tIll Spanish yes sets first came out ot the haroor he could not train his guns on them because of the distance litter he opened lire and he observed that fho leading Spanish ship led steady on the Brooklyns port bow for sometime and then turned to the west ward Ills range then was 1400 yard anti the lowest range at which he fired during the daywas 1100 yards There has been some inquiry as U M Adm Schleys standing in the navy since he was placed on the retired I list because of age but It appears that all questions on this point huts c been net i led by ihe department ha lug assigned the admiral to active dnty at the court of inquiry while it is in progress This action asI1 I taken to prevent any question ns to the effect the admirals retirement would have on The action of the courtIWashington Oct litTust hfofOle the richley court of inquiry adjourn ed Friday Attorney Rayner counsel for Adm Schley informed the court that hu toped to be able to eoneludo ahtrprtFtnth donaultutytntunphfotifYt1 applicant by tine close of next wtuk He ndded that he thus far had now had an opportunity to consult null witittspes who are still tWlk1 trJ He therefore asked tluILt1iajOtl- IIllIt be taken from Friday until Mon day Speaking for the ourt Adm Dewey s iid lit wan most happy Ito fc 1 grant the request Accordingly the I court adjourned until l1 oVlock ilon tiny The list of witnesses vxamiuod in r eluded eight names but the inter 1 S rogation of the last of the witnesses called had not been concluded when JlIStiitntswho svrvcd during the war withI Spain us Adm Sch leys flag lieutenant b or private secretary The other seven persons heard during the day were in the order in which they railed Lieut Commander t1Ctt F Nicholson who vns uavigntor ofl the Oregon Metfkal DireiMor Charles M De alin a surgeon Cajit J iHaniiium retired engineer Tient Thomas F Curter Ensign W P Cronan Carpenter 1 11 Warlord allI of whom served on the Brooklyn andI tt- T L llanley who was ehjw 1II1ti jLicutfoldI the story of tho battle of July 1 a he saw it from the deck of the Ore goo lie said the movements of the Oregon liad not JJCPJI controlled by signalsl from the Brooklyn and he expressed the opinion that the Oregon was nearer the Colon than the Brook lyn was Mr llanley said that the port engines of the Texas had nn been Stopped during the battle of July 3- From the line of the examination relating tot the light of July 3 ata read pl1rsuilitut It is 7 rf ti lithat it i91 the intention of Mr Rayner to have Lieut Wells give a complete history of Aden Schleys actions during tinhI h Spanish war When the court ad journed he had reached the period of the batle of lily S having quite minutely into other incidents I of the campaigns up to that time in eluding the receipts of dispatcher from Adm Sampson Washington Oct 22Lieut 15 Wl Wells jr who was the flag lieutenant 1 of Adm Schley while the latter was iin command of the flying squadron oc J cupled practically the entire time of the Schley court of inquiry Monday j On his direct examination he ccntin j wed his narrative of the Cuban vain pains Lieut Wells was under cross examination for about two and a half i hours largely at the hand of Mr 1 fJ Hanna whose questions were direct ed mainly to the dispatches receiyed t and sent by Adm then Commodore Schley While this line of investiga tinn was being exploited Mr Ruyner i speaking for Adm Schley said t the admiral was willing to admit tha the J jj t had received tine lear Schley I letter on the Dupont which arrived at Cienfuegos on fry2but fieK U5 f r lisIpstctli l lie said also that the admiral nd initTed the receipt of two copies of vrO with Adm Sampson s dispatch laying that the Spanish fleet was probably at Santiago and telling ley if satisfied that it ther Spanish fleet is not at CienfuegoH proceed with all dispatch to Snnj goofone of these being received the Hawk May 23 and thee other tlie MarbMiead May 24 ten reply to n question byapt JSilv Lieut Wells said that with the ldrll headed as she was and with harbor trending as it does it was COIIItout of the harbor should face the ItroottlynfAVitness said he saw Sellley daily iruriiig the Santiago cnmpnign nod gatin nil of it In trait thoroughly irlSfcs and selfpossesses at all nes Pc STEAMER DAMAGED I1la Rockrarachurlnr II Item JUoIIn of lbtllnrdw HetC n iDeWoit Mich Oct 41The asses et teanier Iity of Cie+ eland of the k5 C lint ran on a rock Sunday morning during a heavy fog just taftof Ba Hards reef and stove a large hole in her bottom amicI hip TlteAyater rushed in vvitlyjreatfor t rx aJid the steamer suluallyr mitu she rested on the bottom with how evcin the muin deck still above water Tlite shock was so slight that none hr 10 passengers who were anlcep n their berths Avert awnkened and tatJFe was 110 alarm Many of them did not know of the occident profit theywere aroused t u get board the nmcr Newsboy and proceed to De where they were landed about lOioelock It is impossible at pre elttto estimate the damage dour to the vessel THE PRESIDENTS TRIP- Let rx VnxIiliijltou For ljiriitli r tUtrrCtRlll Co to Yule ColleKe on AVedueHdiiy Tashinvtou Oct 22 President lifSosevelt left Washington at + liiijdny afternoon for tFjAliijnjjtcJjtt trou a special IPennsylvjrnia train wlttuit was run OM the second section ofvwie federal express The traiitife te l of n private ear si Pullnjm ixim a locomotive The president was ere ontpnnied by Commander Cowles JJrotJ1lrinnw At t t e JUU1E cite hp will stop n arpuD 1- Se ary CortelyouI IV t i etIMiBnrne8 one of Mr Cortelyous aunts On Wednesday the preai Jltu will go to Yale college where tfffidflgre of LL D is to be conferred iipan bun lie will return to Washing DJton Thursday kg HAY LANDS BURNING f 1011 efAe 4H12iili i UUD- iniKionM 0 1 1i lIiuiMk in the Viiliiity of It Qru5vr VIMnlueh Imungr l Vns Wrought jQwa IIi Wis Ot ZIIirl was iseowrid Sunday in the hay lauds wJitclf Biirrrimded ihe rffy Tile Jlnmil are now burning everything before thorn mitt the flrnmen ire pow flfh owing tV tire ri helnjf oufsldV rift fity limits and bcyOlid water rtse ItiiK believed the fire twin started Ityx Irnmps Ipon these lands ire stoledthousaiulaof tans of hay all nUCMIr in the path of the tiwnes tlihmtgh the loss can not be estiii- I jiwtecl atfm8ent it iM tllought It will enorntous ti t 1 f1IIIUI Ito Iii t iuhutntaun VnJihingtoi Oet1JInrifife Ito e Japanese statesman who is visiti itg the United States arrived in 1tt1rtslnttgferas stet at the railroad station liy the Japanese minister Mr Takihra and the entire Ilegation staff anlYf cortedto the Arlington hotel where h will remain during his stay in this citv Sunday night the marquis is eitterfainedt at dinner at the lle glOll 1 sVrrrttb on the Tituib of Klllin Yule J London Oct 22 Wreaths frbiii Yule university were deposited on tli tomb of Klihu Yale in the Wrexham gCbrth Wales parish church in the presence of u large assemblage l h rias of Great Britain and the United Stites were displayed and the boys thtC exercises and sang America ttThomlli 3IcMuUlll Colorado Springs Oct 21 =Thonias McMakin aged 40 a professor at the college at Union City Tenn died of nsuruption at the railroill stlltion ijiere while waiting for a train to tak hiin to his home Vtrt OITenwIve eCnrlnonBerlin Oct tthe current issuc olE Simplicissimus the comic paper jvfas confiscated at Breslau for nut of jfcnsive cartoon directed against Ktn ipefor William AlHilleilJ- Cew POI n UCcCher Orleans Oct 19 Ernest T Sferrick of Harrison county Missis lijjpi asked for the appointment of a receiver to liquidate the affairs of the Oiluefield Steamship Co rx Cliniilalii lIlsxiiiK- iSt Johns X P Oct 19Pey Henry Jblack chaplain of the Uritisli second class cruiser Charybdis disappeared 1I fiont St Johns cdnesdayand JUtS fejeu missing ever since JleslKiiett Ilin IoMltloii Galtgeston TearJena J Lenderink feerctary of the United States lega Kbn has resigned the position tntH1I fell1 soon leave for the United POST OFFICE ROBBED The Vaults Drilled and 74610 in Stamps Taken at Chicago k iThe 1J litotes ncr dlt utt0tl10P Ifto tit OIHcew Where sJ1 r1otuutxFL Vlren Proper 1rvfiiutloiiM Are 1lIkenS Chicago let 22One of the boldest and most successful post ollice robberies in thy history of the United States was committcd Sunday uightJ when one of thuftltafe grout vaults in the temporary pot oftice was blown and 74010 in stamps stolen Several post ofllee employes are wider surveillance and a number of arrests are eXltettr1JThe east end of the post ofliee rests on piles the spare from the floor t tht round lngr boardedl up irouJilntl rul tlnhlI hoott5n the trlc lalufwn i ip rtt ittfe tvas eTtecUftl byih robbers Wifli little danger of being observed and at a place where the noise of the drilling could not l e heard they worked it iis believed at least three days on the steel and brickwork at the base of the vault- Xinctyseven holes were drilled into one of the plates after the bricks JluU1eel rtlU9 Vl Vn stmtlute about three by two feet was wide through w hich the robbers climbed and help ed themselves to the contents of the immense steel ease Pounds upon pounds of stamps were taken out and loaded into n wagon There wtS a watchman 30 fret away front the door through which the role bcrs must have made their txitJThe robboryr WHS not dis ovyced iyt tit Monday wiilif the cashier opened the vault He found a box on the floor andj upon removing it discovered the hole Upon this box are numerous finger marks which the de tectives believe wills aid them in run 1 ning doiviilI 11licit eriininalsI t Y Post nftVe officials believe the cash vault WitS the objective and that in flit ilarknexs the robbers mistook thlII Ktamp unit for the great treasure I box Had they been successful in 11 rb g the c 141 cult they would 4itt IQMlOq ihndg tirsrssOi sum stolen only S09S15 can In malice on by the robbers as 4 i north of the loot in iu postu y due htiunj Washington Oct 22It is explained z th4J1o otUCltlporJtl lll that the hgv 1JoW u CpttTit llIUa ktOOOOto ypo9tnaster nt beet 1tfrC loAcsI occur in which proper precautions hart been taken All al oe this amount hUM to depend upon the action of congress Postmaster Coyne will present u claim for the amount of the loutS and the deportment will IItiWlmi Jt o ugrSPi 1taatttinie i ujt t ml tcQt9si t nainoflilt if eoiijrreBi should fail to j4Ot fa vorablln will be called upon toII make the loss good ItK a foregone conclusion jiccording to the belief of pbstal liffieial that 1h relief will- lie gfranted a0Jiigiial1if gnu ucaittp i j LIPTON GIVES IT UP o j In liiiliiler iyv lieafald lie WoiiMY 6l1iXotcats Cup Next 1 eur New Vork Oct fZ 2Sir Thomas Lip on will not be n challenger for the AmericaV cup ntt31 In aii interview later Monday night Sir Thoinas also absolutely denied that1 he had any intention of building a ne Mont to compete for the cup next full In an alleged interview pub Iish4d in several afternoon papery Monday Sir Thomas is quoted as hat ing raid that he would consult Messrs 1iiql it Watson as soon as he arrived home relative to the building of ant challenger to compete for the cup Jin 1tt03 When seen Monday night he emphatically denied hawing said anytluiugof the kind Ordered Home on JjleU Leave Wiishington Oct 22apt Hichard P Ixarv formerly governor of Guam has been detached from command of the receiving ship Pichntond and or edercd home on three months sick leave Commander n 11 Mahan has asecaptain of the Puget Sound navy yard it Horn CM For South Afrlen ChlY lineltVyorOet31The Jkil ish government has placed an order with a finn of Sheridan Wyo for 1500 head of cavalry horses for South Africa Several thousand head of Wyoming horses have been purchased twoeyears and almost all of the animals have been sent to South Africa A Ilnii on u Hunk Raleigh X Crpct 22The Dime savings bank of Kingston X C lass suspended payment The liabilities sire stated to be 0000 and assets 515 6tltf The baulk is otlicercd and man aged by Negroes aid a run on it Monday by Xegro depositors erased the trouble V7Xntloiuil rinl AVashinglon Oct 22The con troller of the currency Monday an nounced that the Ktifaula national bank of Eufanla Ala hawing aims pended payments National Bank ix 1unlace George K Desjiussure is ap point l temporary receiver Will lie Ctirrotcd Havana OctTno men convict ed of murder will be executed by the garrote next Wednesday These will be the first executions singe the oc cupation of the island by the United Slates STARTLING FACTS ABOUT SUGAR t rrP n iI f As a good deal has recently ap peared In print regarding the con sumption of sugar and as the iini portance of this article as a food uf1 which every individual is concerned is apparently not sufficiently undet- oodthefolloning facts and figure furnished to us by the wellknowa statisticians Messrs Willett aud Gray 91 Wall street New York who are the publishers of the weekly Statistical Sugar Trade Journal necessarily be of great inter est to all our readers S fRAW SUGARTons Total consumption U S lOO Willett and GrajCn9S47 C34 per cent avi rag annual Increase In con sumption last 19 years 140738 Consumption for 190123Wc5 HOfrhich ITons 6 Loulstana4protduces 0 SOOOO Beetdometlcpro duces 1COOCO Hawaii tree produces 350000 Porto Rico free produce 160000 1000000 1 rot Paying duty at an aver age of say JC per ton tlSMlOW a Etjulvnltnt to H9 per r ton In Granulated Price Increased bneauy of tariff 236 person Total consumption 2 3006S5 tons J3S JS4331CCp + Additional people taxed annually and pay to provide the 49 millions for revenue J3S000000 Viz To Louisiana planters on 0000a 600ETo000 tons ntS3 perdton 6VoOOO T6 Hawaii planters on 350000 tons JIII at J3S per Ion 12CCOOCO To Porto Rico planters on 160000 tons at KG per ton64000xJ26UX iO8 Remove duty and the whole 334 OnOctober t3sCtreeper pound and the duty on same1 amounted to 1GS5 cents per pound which is equivalent to SG per cent ad valorem F Signed WILLETT GRAY 91 Wall street New York The Sluggard At considerable length the suprintcnd t of the Sunday school hnd set forth the cull liability of the sluggard who be said needb ed only the spur gf a worthy motive to be5 coinei a useful member socletrNowthen Ot boys he asked in a more anJma rmanner wliaUisfthe matter with the sluggard Hes all right yelled the boys iu chorus Montreal Star No Fir exclaimed the loudvoiced drum mer in the smoker Im proud to say t iats no house in the country has mare then pushw ing its line of goods than ours Wiiat dnr pmt sellnMtIl a curious one Baby oar IrI IIH t In the 5 rl Jt 1JiP i mt rug luckout for tit pot hunarr V s after you 1 duilt give a wrap n I the hunioroiis seal ns he disappeared betor the waves juat in time Philadelphia Pros A Po r El6io Mamma were youcve Itdiild MamaiaiCVrtainlA dears Ail human b inrvere once lbi1dh EtlieReally II ell who took care of the babies then Philadelphia Press j I i7sr Iti The Pst GUARANTEES The Future The Fact That StJacobs Oil Has cured thousaads of cases of Rheumatism Geut Lumbaee- Neurlgla Sciatica SpTllns BruIses and other bodily aches and pains Is a guratee that it will cure ether arcs It Is safe- sure and never lllinl Acts Ube matlc Conquers Pain Price 25C and Soc SOLD DT ALL DEALERS L IL- DICThLLibbNi P1U4tPpuddina nowxorder Y With the frost comes theapretito forhesrti er tublo dlttntlls Wily spend time and labor wttea- r LIBBY S PeerlBSSPlum Fnddins art 10 deliclOD5 lurewhole snme and so eally securnlg- Mk yonr grocer They acre among the bestot- IIBBYS NATURAL LAYOl1 FOOD PRODUCTS- Put up in convenient afar Ceyopenlnz cans Our llt boOk Uof to Make Good to Fist Is free Write II Libbys Atlas of the tIledrld malldd anywhere for i cent scarps LIBBY + McMEtLI rliLillYt L CHICAGO ILLS rl