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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f m t if c LV I o T 0 THE HICKMLfNt COURIER OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WfSTERN KENTUCSY ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTYKY NOVEMBER 1 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 49 FALL 1901 FALL 1S1ro Sr SHAWSAL- WAYS i E f t t IN THEr a LEAD r 1 if J s I4 r l N I tI Never before in the history ofour Merchandising have our Departments been so thoroughly upto todateandsplendidly stocked fogressive and- Y enthusiastic Autumn trade with correct creation portraying all the dash and brilliancy of the choic est American and foreign productions ORDER THE NEW IDEA FASHION PATTERNS t FROM US ITS GIVEN UP TO BE THE MOST POPULAR ON THE MARKET 4 Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is com plete in every detail consisting of all the nev- I weaves and shades and at prices that cannot be du plicated We are offering everything that is to be found in a well regulated Dry Goods Store We cordially invite you to inspect our lines be fore making your Fall purchases i 1 If = fiB siitws SUNS f HICKMAN KENTUCKY OUR GUESTS if tI1 OUR VISITORS I fO OTHER NEWS ITEMS j 1 dayI lI 1ezt Tuesday is election fromN1 Ji rtOllie Keathley of McKenzie is Dayidsoutkvr Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS V- 4fhe Embroidery Club meets at residence of the Misses French thisrr theIIC Rico of the firm of Rico oJ gois lor is to St Louis this week New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS Miss Bessie French leaves Monday for a visit to some school friends in Nash villa Mr Geo Millett came down from tCairo and spent Sunday with his par cuts I Miss Mattie DeBow of Union City was the guest of Mrs Emma Stephens I thv gu yule Dr weekIf IIjl FOR SALE=House and lot GIG Troy k improvementsO11 H E e Sirs Travis left Wednesday for Jack son Brownsville and other Tennessee toms to visit relatives Miss Mattle accompanied her as far aa Union City Postmaster J 1 Stephens with post master Baker of Louisville and others returned Tuesday from a fishing trip bn Reelfoot Lake f Mr C I Hugan who was kicked byda Nurse at Rock Springs church some tworweeks ago we are glad to learn i1h u ueh improved and will soon be outn n8ayU11FYou WISH any special design of Carriages Buggies or Harness made to order we will attend to it for you with jileisure ye will leave for marke- a 9it Nov 15 E E REEVES Co 1 Hickman Ky7 4 pottt DepartAtirill4 Ills and will soon move theree 1itAhis familysaOR SALE A few full blooded Ply JRucl coCkcrcls 1- Juuie VrMlur The board of Stewards are requeste- to meet at tho Methodist church Sunj day evening at 3 oclock Let every Steward como and make his final report for the year as this is tho last meeting Iwfore Quarterly Conference R M1 METHENY Wo still have a nice lino of fine Bug gies and Carriages that we are selling ut prices that will surprise you E E REEVES S Co- Hickman Ky II I The P U Department at Washing ton has approved the establishment o free delivery mail routes from Hickman and the First Asst Postmaster General I has notified Postmaster Stephens that i work will be inaugurated on these I routes as soon as the necessary details I I can be attended toI IWe have the best lino of Buggies andI Harness to be found in the countryII E E REEVES CojjI Hickman Kv I I STONE CASE I MAYBRING ON WAR I The war which is threatened Bulgaria and Turkey must bo hasteue 11tho by the Stone incident Macedonia I Rowmelia now a Turkish province fo merly was a part of Bulgaria Its in I habitants who are Christians are descended from the stock and have large ly intermarried with the Bulgarians They are now suffering from the perse cutions of the Turks Similar Bulgarian atrocities caused the Tnrko Russian war of 1877 By peace treaty the sultan granted to the Macedonians independence similar to that enjoyed by the Bulgarians but a conterence of European powers held at I Berlin restored the province to Turkey upon guarantees of the appointment of I the appointment of a Christian Governor and relief from persecutions and exI cessivo taxation t As usual the Sultans promises ro main unfulfilled The persecutions are I growing worse and murder robbery and rapine are continual The exas t perated Christians are preparing for a retaliation and a revolution will take place as soon as conditions are favor able THE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is theF question 1 1The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC notes cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that is worth printing If you road it all the year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of tho familySubscription price 81 a year Any postmasterimay mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo r v v v r r 1 1 1Iam now ready to show you the now 1 season styles iu the nicest of New Goods Dress Goods and TrimmingstjltjlI In all the best styles i 1 t1Sh I thoddi1 stylo Shoes with 1mostgraccfullinosalld softest finishII t Dollt forget our Infants soft soles in all col t i i 21t ors FurnishingsHats i j 1 1HDo not fail to call and see me k I t l IjlIi BUCHANAN D eI CORNER9NSli T yiv dr A SILENTJLEADER J Everybody in New York seoms to be talking about Richard Croker If he is doing any talking it is within that mys inner chamber without win ows in Tammany Hall Those who been admitted tothat chamber are likely to fdrget Its peculiar arrange ents THE APPLE CROP BEtENOUGH TO SUPLLY DEMANDS Corn and potatoes are not the only staples of this country which have suffered severely because of the weather of the past summer if tho final of the New England Home regarding tho apple yield of the present year are correct Our contour tkhaou adt 48000000 barrels last year and nearly barrels in 1896 BITTEN BY A LIONESS THAT ESCAPED FROM HER CAGE AND CAUSED A PANIC AT MAYFIELD Mayfield Ky October 29Tho Ca radian negro named Gardner who was bitten through the right shoulder aud thefway is still in a serious condition but 1will recover unless blood poisoning sots in Tho escape of the lioness caused a panic among the hundreds of people who were on the Midway as the bruto came dashing by with its keeper aud Gardner in close pursuit Every avail able nook and corner was sought by the frightened patrons of the Midway where they remained until the liouess was finally caught and put back into the cage by Gardner who travels with tho menagerie One little boy was frightened into spasms by tho sight of the lioness and tho pursuit of the animal and W E Norman was knocked to tho ground by beast but only slightly injured required the combined efforts of contmgonrt employees o f Cairo to subdue the animal 150J REWARD For light colored horse mule about t8 or 10 years old sprung in knees carries ears forward A month ago had largo sore on top of neck indistinct stripo across weathers and on legs Will bo hard to catch Take toGilchrists lov eo camp in Lake county and got re ward N8 That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands ofshfferers have proven their matchless merit for sick and neryous headaches They make puro blood and build up your health Only 25c Mpuoy back if not cured Sold by Cowgill d Cow gillc WHAT LINCOLN SAID In 1S50 Abraham Lincoln said these Wffii1 Irnrnotwnor rvosi favor of making voters or jurors of no r froes nor ot qualifying them to hold of g lice nor of intermarrying them with white people and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between tho white and black race which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on equal terms of social and political equality while they do remain together there must be a position of superior and inferior and 1 as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white rites WILLIAM AND THEODORE A Maurice Lowe in an article en titled Theodore Roosevelt in tho cur rent Forum finds that there are points of resemblance between the character ot the President and that of German Emperor They are wonderfully alike in a great many things says Mr Lowe In their superabundant vitality their fearlessness their seeming disregard for f manysidenessIftho two men it should be remembered positionsWhilei public opinion such a policy would Ibc 4 to say the least hazardous on tho part of the President Now Idea Patterns lOc at SIIAWS SHAW 1 Has all Kinds of A7 cro C I IIE c 3 I v ILl tKjrfrty flftir t K Jl I l r I IWELL j i- I HI HELP r YOUtTo defy Jack Frost this winter at arvery moderate cost if you willJgive us a chance We have inrstore a good nssortInel1tJ RY GOODS CLOTHING AND SHOES DRESS GOODS r SILKS TRIMMINGS AND IWAISTINGS LA D DIESf 1Ir IING SKIRTS 750iJ BLANKETS 50c to J iiOUTINGii wide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c rDOMESTIC 4ic- CALICOES J IIYd at 31 and 5c 1 J J 1 HENS ECLIPSESHOES ii r The best line in the cityequal in looks 1and wear to the 5 1kind LION BRAND Mens Fancy Stiff Busdm Shirts at 1 totJust recd new line for winter wearbest t Shirt made at the price BLIZZARDS BOYS KNEE i PANTSPi Hopkins double seat and boys made complete P to 600DODDS I lIl 5OOOOFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Second Nearest Guess 3000II Thirdu u 1500II Fourthrr u n 100011 Fifth II u 500II rr II Sixtha 400II Seventh II II II r Next 20 each 100 amounting 2000II rr 100 1 50r II 6000II u gooII 25u rr 5OOO II rr 1000II 10II 10000u II 3060a 6II u 15300 Atotal of amounting to 5OOOO In case of tie equally divided Contest November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1801 was 795631 1896 woo 1020107 leg2II 861625 1897II 864022 1893II 835604 1898 793169 1894II 776819 1899II 920872 1895II 846996 1900II 1049121 what it will be in 1901 6OOOAn additional prize of 6000 for any making an exactly guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The Conditions are for a subscription to the Weekly inquirer such subscriber to ono guess 1000 for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 1OOO for subscription ten years ten WeeklyEaqeerI COMINGS W W March of Winton Place the Ohio Weather prophet contributes the a following1 article to the Cincinnati En qulreriji month of November will be a t month of storms Heavy snow bliz zards and severe cold weather will prevail west of the Mississippi river Very cold weather and snow over the j mountain and lake regions and severe Kales and high seas on the Atlantic and great lakes Severe storms gales sleet and snow the t states and North Atlantic sleet and snow along the Rocky mountain slope and severe storms over the Gulf of Mexico and States adjoin iDgCold wares cold high winds rain r sleet and snow over the States of Ohio 4 t IndianatCentennial ground from Mrs C L Randle and will proceed at once to erect a bHvtiful new dwelling house- S p S Jane makef with knee Pants best 1suit we have 1line from 150 I t t Correct 300I 4387 prizes guesses prize closes Guess person correct 81OO gears entitles one secures guesses heavy heavy heavy over Eastern Heavy The IIU LIC SALK Will be sold at public sale THURSDAY NOV 14th 1901 on the Ferdii DInandHickman Ky and one half mile east of Mt Hermon church the following personal property to wit1 Bay Mare 6 years old One Hay Horse a good family animal One Jersey Cow One Yearling Steer Five Poland China Brood Sows One Fine Registered Poland China Boar a fine lot of Poland China Shoats Eighteen Mammoth Bronze Turkeys one Buggy and Har ness entirely new One first class set of Wagon Harness one Corn Sheller Cul tivators Plows New Saddle and Bridle cc Also household and kitchen furniture consisting in part of Carpets Bureaus Heating Stoves Beds and Bedding and other articles too numerous to mention Terms and conditions made known on day of sale Sale to commence at 9 oclock JOHN A McCLURE r i Judge Tarvinl atft Hickman11- l TodayJ- udge James P Tarvin the distin guished jurist and orator will address the people of Fulton County at Hick man to day on the political Usres of the day Everybody invited 00R- ALPH BINGHAM NOV 4 Ralph Biugham the impersonator and musician who so happily entertained our Hickman people last Febru ary is announced to bo with us again on Nov 41 at the City Hall H0 is Mere un der the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church 0oM- ARRIAGES County Clerk Luten issued license this week for the solettutizing of the rites of matrimony between the follow jug parties W B Williams to Miss Beulah Stowe on Oct 27th II C Alexander to Miss Bettie B rad ley at the residence of James Caldwell on Oct 27th by Judge H M Kearby 00C- ALEB POWERS CONVICTED ExSecretary of State Caleb Powers was on last Saturday at Georgetown a second time convicted its an nc complice before tho fact of the killing of William Goobel and was son tenced to a term of life imprisonment in tho State penitentiary Tho defend ant took an appeal and the judgment was susnemled pending the appe- al0u TO VOTERS HOW TO MARK YOUR TICKET In the approaching election in No vember there will be in this county on the regular ballot only two parry tick ets i e tho regular Democratic and the Independent Democratic Tho regular Democratic is under the rooster and the Independent Democratic is under the device Tho Modeless of Justice- if ottO wants to vote the regular Dem ocratic ticket straight through ho Him ply stamps under the rooster but say one wants to vote for all the Democrat ic county candidates but for the inde pendent Democratic candidate for Rep resentative such a one should stamp under the rooster and then stamp opposite the name of the independent Dem ocratic candidate If ho wants to vote the independent ticket only be should stamp under the Goddess of Justice 00M- RS MAGGIE TCTlfejkp DIED MONDAY OCTOBER 28 Mrs Maggie McCutchep Turner wife of Mr P D Turner and daughter of the late W L McCutchen died at Luxora Ark Monday October 23th The deceased had been an invalid sev eral years and a great aud continuous sufferer Young in years bright and sunny in disposition it was a wonder to loving friends how resiguedly and even cheerfully sho bore her aillictions Surely it was none else than a holy Christian spirit that strengthened her She was blessed with a noble and devoted husband none more so and her good kind mother was with her in her last hours The bereaved have the greatest sympathy in their great sorrow Her remains were brought to Hid man Tuesday and buried in city ceme tery Wednesday 0 CZOLGOSZ ELECTROCUTED The Presidents Assassin Meets Death Stoically Tho majesty of the law was vindicat ed by the execution of the assassin Czol gosz at 7 12 Tuesday morning Iln met death with the same stoical indif ference which has characterized his previous conduct anti expressed only regret over failure to see bin aged father before being electrocuted lIo slept soundly the night previous nUll ate a good breakfast only n few minutes before execution Ho expressed a desire to the Superintendent to make a statement but when told to do so said he would do so only before tho crowd to witness the execution and this being refused he refused to talk When brot to the electric chair ho said I tilled the President because h was an enemy to the good peopleof the good working people I am not sor ry for my crime These were his words as the guards hurried him into the chair A moment later mumbling through the half adjusted straps he saidI am awfully sorry I could not see my father These were all the words he spoke In less than three minutes after leaving the cell ho was dead Thus died the most generally execrat ed assassin in the history of assassins execrated by the whole people even tho working people he claimed to die for 00Hi- ckman corn buyers are paying 50c a bushel the highest opening price for many years and yet the expectation is that it will go higher Cotton has how tarmershaoyear doublethek i P JE t r eG i A GOOD X11 I 1 REPUTATIONFor up with the people here in this community a reputation for honest upright dealing and todoyWe3 I striving to do more for our customers than we promise to dobnever beingI satisfied withouri i I seCHllIhas been crowned with the laurels of public approbationI I withIguidingI The Ipurest treasure mortal times afford is spotless reputation DRESS I GOODS I We ares- howing an exception a 1 lineinevery respect We will not at tempt to tell you all about these goods in an advertiscmellt r we could not do it if we tried you must really come a n d I canIstyles our selections You will coloringsWet assorted line of Black Dress Goods shown in Hickman 100 for 48 in Melrose 85 for 48 in Satin Granite I 75 for 44 in Whip Cord 60 for 3G in Granite Cloth 50 for 36 in Homespun 40 for 36 in Flannel f 1 SergeBig ress Goods at 5 10 and 15e did sell from 25 to 50c It willreally he money to you to make us an early visit R G CORSETS Were awarded the first gold medal at the Pan American Expo sition If an R it G Corset fails to give satisfac tion in tiny way it means a new Corset to the buyer HERE WE ARE II No time for argument no time for dehate Our qualities are high our I prices are low Such an opportunity J to get first class Furnishing Goods atI bottom prices is rarely Dont miss it ofIercdII I SAY MISTER Was it Underwear you asked about Our liens Underwear Department is chucked full of some of tho best things in the market See our line buyingf A GOOD LOOKING Pair of Shoes well made invaria bly outwears several pairs of inferior quality For superior wearing fitting qualities and style for Men and Boys you can always depend upon Amberg Shoes there are none better u 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 trimming that suits your purse That is the kind you find at Ambergs We have the prettiest line of Applique l yoking ever shown in Hickman also a big line Medallions the latest thing in trimming We trinlb ming from an exclusive trimming house in New York and you are sure to find trimmings here not found in other houses ROSE I The kin that has helpjpcl to build c up our reputation for handling good 1 goods UNDERWEAR25c 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 3ic for Good Calico 4c for Good OutingCloth 5c for Wool Dress Goods SHOES If we could induce you to see our line of E P Reed Shoes it would be wortha newspaper full of talk for you and for us TALK IS CHEAP ThingsRe of r CLOTHING and OVERCOATSover ourT willliudHEADIimprovemontYOUItyon avoid distressing colds and coughs Buy a nice linesIonl THE ROYAL BRANDo- f w Overalls best thegoodsman We ofBOYS150ever brought to t s town lll AMBF3RGS p T SSSSSISSSSSS- y y y FALL STOCKSARE NOW COMPLETE i We Cordially Invite You to Call and Examine our Offerings LP 9w S ELLISON r SHOOING AFFRAY i I WM T BARTON SHOOTS LAWRENCE ROBERSON I a A serious difliculty occurred Monday day morning above the Obion bridge in this county between W T Barton and I z Lawrence Roberson in which Roberson i was very seriously and perhaps dangerously wounded The difficulty grew up about some hogs Robertson had taken the hogs from the range and hud them in a lot Barton identified tho hogs and claimed them as his own and this Roberson disputed and refused to give them up Barton left saying how ever that he intended to seek the help of officers to take the hogs by law Robertson followed him and hot words 4 passed and it is said that Roberson was advancing on Barton with a drawn knife when Barton shot him Barton camo to Hickinau and gave himself up to Deputy Sheriff Carpenter Ho was admitted to bail in the sum of 100000 and his examining trial set for next Wednesday Roberson was much better at last reports and will get well ANOTHER CHANCE DELIVERYcr The people of Kentucky are to have another visit from Inspector Rising who comes to look over the field for free rural delivery and they should take ad vantage of the opportunity They can get their mail delivered at their doors if they will take the trouble to ask for it and to see that the roads are Rood which they ought to be anyhow With good roads and free rural delivery the value of real estate would rise and farmers would be put in closer touch with all the markets for their commodi ties besides which their families and themselves would be happier and more contented Fewer farmers boys would t go to town and city abandoning com fortable homes and an independent life to eke out a laborous existence and one that puts them at the mercy of their employersbohad for a little exertion there is no reason why Kentucky may not soon be covered by the mailcarrier on his daily delivery trips The objections of the fourthclass postmaster who hopes U hold his trade by his exclusive privi fefw ought not to have any weight with the people Gee up petitions and have them approved by your Represen tative in Congress or your Senator get good maps made and the Government Will do the rest CourierJournal 1 n TENNESSEE MINISTER FIRED Nashville Tenn Oct 2SThe Ten nessee cunference has expelled Rev B A Cherry from ministry and member ship of the Methodist Episcopal church South The Rev Cherry way charg ed with fraudulently collecting insurance on personal property in destruct ion of which ho is alleged to have been a coincendiary The report was signed by all the members of the trial commit tee Council for the Rev Cherry immediately gayo notice of an appeal to the general conference FAREWELL SERVICE There will be farewell service held at the Baptist place of worship Sunday 11 oclock on account of Mrs Rosa Adams going to Cuba to labor in the Baptist Orphanage All are invited to pay this duo respect to our sister She Icayes Hickman at two oclock Sunday evening W S RONEY Mrs Rosa Adams is a most excellent Christian lady and well capacitated for the work before her She goes to Cuba as a gospel missionary from the West Kentucky Baptist Association and her work will be specially among the orphans of that Island She has for many years been impressed with the sense of duty in this field but one impediment after another has prevented her assuming active duties She has now been called and consecrates all her future life to this noble work May the blessings of God be with her TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Railway proposes to nso its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every county through which its lines passiThelmanogement earnestly requests all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to the railroad agent nearest them JvingI the prices and terms of sale The prices must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling land to immigrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J H KILLEBREW t Industrial and Immigration Agent H F SMITH Traffc 11anaKerINASHVILLE TENN l tt 4 Great Luck of an Editor For two years all efforts to cure Eczema in the palms of my hands failed writes Editor H N Lester of Syracuse byBucklensworlds best for eruptions sores and all skin diseases Only 25c at Gowgills HIS REPUTATION AT HOME Ralph Bingham known to newspaper prints throughout the country ae Ralph Bingham the modern proteus butknownn this city which is his home as one ot the brightest and cleverest young men who ever made music in the heart throughthemarvelousHestrictest sense of the term giving th entire entertainment without assistance from others playing the piano not with the touch of a Paderewski but with great skill performing on the violin with a natural ability that is magical singing songs with a vim that is mtec tious imitating public speakers with a clever wit and above all telling hu raphicdelineationnius Philadelphia Times At City Hall Monday nignt iJ I OUR GUESTS OUR VISITORS t AND OTHER NEWS ITEMSp 1 N C ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE inCKMAN No a Leaves 205 p m 6No 53 Leaves 955 p m No 55 Leaves 700 a in ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 pm No 52 Arrives 720 a in No 54 Arrives 830 p m Mr John Noonon of Fulton visited Jailor Noonon Sunday fe Amberghouse J Mrs Maggie Handle returned home Tuesday from a visit to Jackson Tenn theFulton 6 j man Sunday I- On last Wednesday evening Fulton McNeely and Miss Maggie Boaz were fe married in Fulton The bride is the G daughter of Row R H Boaz Rev W M Brown the Evangelist will commence a reyival down in town nightEverybodyMr and Mrs Ball and Miss Ida Ford v of East Prairie Mo are hero attending the meeting guests ot Miss Maud Eaker and Rev W M Brown Hickman is grading and raising the theykeepcountyleveeThe 7theed another is dying and the third werokilled f country And all on account of one bad negro Now Idea Patterns lOc fSHAWSf Congressman Wheeler spoke at Cayce Wednesday evening in the interest I of Ayres for the Legislature and was replied to b Hon R B Flatt for S Judge Naylor Mr Ayres spoke in his fc JudgeNaylorMiss Ethel Cook was crowned Queen and Mr Len Shaw of Hickman King of the Mayfield Carnival The Queen of course constituted the chief center of attraction but the Mayfield Mirror further says The King chosen Mr S Len Shaw of Hickman was handsomely F dressed in royal attire and performed his part in the trying ordeal with great dignity 1 WANTED Men to work in onr saw mill and lumber yard in Point Conpee Parish Louisiana Wages 150 per day Good healthy climate Steady work DODGE SCNDBEKRY Cairo Ills the International Novelty Yoke Suit YOU want to be right in IFit this season ordtr an International Yoke Suit This suit is an original creation of 7THE 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 ttand want the latest and bestare 1I 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 A CAR Dear Courier I want to gratefully acknowledge the goodness and kindness of the good deepest and all is the prayer of your friend P D TURNER The Rev Dr Evans preaches his last Sunday hislastTheeNovember courseityet it has obtained that Dr Evans will EldersDistrictlinoscholarpreachersever willbeSALEeNOVEMBER 12rn AND Brit 1901 thehighestHorsesCattler HonseholdSaletofarmknownTERMS OF SALESix months note with approved security Sums under WILSONii0 d s s i WI I Ill r IIWEji ARE IN THE MARKET 1 Filling the house again with bargain in 4U7 3 j I Underwear Pants gj Hats Neckwear 1i i Gloves Hosiery c l i iHeavyit Itt f Always sold for 50c at cut price 3 iu 9IIi I I III Ever Offered I00 RICE NAYLOR I m SHOE STORE IitJI Ii Ii L C g QVw f W 5 n i FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PJUOE3 TO Rogers Threlkelds UPTODATE GROCERY I WITTINGs OLD STAND Clinton Street FRESH MEATS ITelephone HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS II3STAniE8HI3D 1833 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor to B O Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING T STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING cJc Hiokman Ky IWR WESTER I IFINE WHISKIES t WINES BRANDIES AND GIIS A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE I GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUE FOR TPIE MONEY i UNION CITY TENNESSEEj THE COURIER 100 A YEAR I if b rwiRifi1 i Y- YJf f ifa H o vvvVvvvvvvvoVVVV VI MISCELLANEOUS c GLEANINGS C OF GENARAL INTEREST IAAAAAAAAAAAOAAAAAAAAAA L Paducah gets 35000 from Mr Car negie for a city library The Kentucky Railroad Commission ers will meet in Frankfort Noyeiubei 11 President Rosyvelt as he calls his name celebrated his 44th birthday Sat urday Edward King of England is afflicted with cancer of the throat and has sub witted to three operations Grover Cleveland has announced him self for Seymour the Democratic can didato for Governor in New Jersey Many wives will agree that they can easily dress on X300 a year the dUll cnlty is in getting the 300 simoleons The South Carolina exposition will be opened December 2 at Charleston Sen ator Ghauncey M Depew will deliver the oration Great Britain will doubtless agree that shes getting her Irish up in a way that is more threatening to herself than to outsiders Congressman Landis of Indiana told the bankers of Chicago that they would have to face an income tax that would try their consciences The Legislative race Is growing red hot and contrary to our expectations there is now a promise of a pretty full vote particularly in some precincts What a pity that a troop of Texas Rangers cant be turned loose on the GreeceTurkish brigands who make a business of abducting women mission ariesThe assassin of President McKinley was executed Tuesday morning The criminal died unrepentant and defiant obstinately separating himself from hu man sympathy and divine mercy Perish his memory While Mrs Roosevelt is trying to bring the annual outlay of fashionable women for dress down to 300 there are several ladies on the outside of the 100 who would like their allowances raised to that amount t Competent military authorities ex press the belief that for an indefinite time it will take 60000 meu in the Phil ippines to preserve order Gen Chaffee declares the entire Filipino people are at war with the United States Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma will make their annual appeal next winter for admission to the Union as states Their chief argument will be that other inconsequental territories have gained statehood Whitney the Cleveland Secretary of the Navy the President maker is out for Shepard for Mayor of New York and says he sees in Shepard the rehab itation of the Democratic party and the fnturePresident of theUnited Statee It is argued that if Miss Stone is ran somed the kidnapping of missionaries will become a national industry in Bul garia Not necessarily The mission aries can keep away from that region The Bulgarians are not convertible any how According to estimates the Pan- Americ Exposition will run behind about 4000000 A failnre to have the exhibits installed at the opening of the enterprise the assassination of President McKinley and several mistakes in construction account for much of this loss Hon OF Bronston and Congress man W heeler fhave been making speeches in Hickman County tho past week seeking to rally the Democratic voters for Col Mott Ayers the nominee Hon R B Flatt replied at Columbus and Moscow in favor of Judge Naylor Mr Bryan is stumping Nebraska in behalf of the fusion ticket He lost his ownstate last year but as ho is not a candidate this year he hopes to cee it kept ont of the Republican column While a fusion ticket is never very much to be admired it is to be hoped that it will win this time Today is All Saints Day and last awaybackology has been handed down and the boys and girls have had their Hallow een parties and nowadays more in amusement than otherwise they try to read their fortunes in the future Our venerable fellowtownsman and friend Mr E Case this week present td the Courier with a bound volume of The Commercial Herald published at Mills Point Hickman Kv the r fullrof old reminescences valuable as his tory and otherwise Thd Courier ap preciates the present very much Follow the flag was Schleys signal at Santiago It is not a bad battle cry and is likely to become historic like Gen Grantsold the Fort It is not only sententious but has a chivalric suggestien like Henry of Navarres famous command to his knights at the battle of Ivry Press where yon see my white ploom shine Squire Harris has left a proposition with Union City as to his proposal for building a railroad from that city into Lake county saying according to the Commercial it is not accepted that he will then select his terminal point and build the road at his own expense The Commercial thinks that Union City ought to accept fearing perhaps that Union City will not be the Squires favorite point should he conclude to build the road at his own expense A lazy editor wails forth the follow lug The lark came up to meet the sun and carrolled forth his lay the farmers son took down the gun and at him blazed away Tho busy bee arose at fire and hummed the meadows oer the wife west over to his hive and rob bed him of his store A little ant roses early too lie labors to begin the greedy sparrow flew that way and took his ant ship in In birds and beet and ants be wise r in proverbs take no stocklike me refuse from bed to rise till half pwt r eight oclock Nr h XXXXXXXXXXXoXXXXXXXXXX Y X X JUST FOB FUN X XX Y h A COLUMN OF WIT AND JIU 1 v MOK FOR YOUNG PEOPLE X IX X XXXXXXXXX XXoXXXXXXXXXX ClareSay Dick May said you were going to propose Sunday night did you get left DickNo she got left I never pro posed SheHave you everything planned for our elopement George lieEr erything darling everything I We will get married at Niagara write homo the news from Montreal tit London write a letter for forgiveness and at Paris we will cable for cash to get back home again Mrs BeckyDear oh dear my cold is getting worse raid worse Im getting so I cant talk I wonder what Id better do Mr BeckyFor goodness sake dont do anything 4 is began Tommy when his leacher interrupted him That is wrong Yon should say I am O6Al1 right aaid Tommy I am the ninth letter of the alphabet Say gimme a nickel said her little brother Why Tommy are you in tho habit of asking people for nickels asked her suitor No I geuerly ask for a penny but I heard inn tell sis that you didnt have a penny to your name Ascum So youre engaged to be marred to Miss Strong eh How did it happen you always told me you got so bashful when you were alone with a girl that you couldnt spea- kTimmidThats just it When I did net answer her question she said Si hence gives consent and that settled it SheYon know John you promised me a sealskin wrap and He And yon promised to keep my stockings darned and yon havent done it She Well you dont mean to say you will break your promise on that ac countHeWell its just this You dont give a darn and I dont give a wrap THE GAME LAW The law in such cases made and pro vided is as follows Sec 0 No person shall catch kill or pursue with such intent or have in possession after it has been caught or killed auy quail partridge or pheasant between the first day of January and tho 15th of November in each year The fine for violating the law is not less than 5 nor more than X25 DR BAKER ATJEELFOOT LAKE Louisville Evening Time Dr T H Baker the postmaster of Louisville is taking an outing at Reel foot Lake The latest news from that vicinity is that the doctor hasnt killed any dncks although they have frequent ly dared him to shoot It is related that the ducks have taken a great fan cy to the doctor and follow him around like the dogs The first day he got there a great cloud of ducks lit in front of him and asked him if he had brot them any letters But what astonish ed the doctor more than anything else was to hear the ducks adapt one of the Floradora songs and quack Tell us dear Old doctor are there any more at home like you And they do say that one inquisitive Mallard looked right up the muzzle of the doctors gun and told him to be careful because it was loaded Postmaster Baker has been at Reelfoot since the middle of last week WHO IIS RALPH BINGHAM CITY HALL MONDAY NIGHT Ralph Bingham for many years known throughout the country as The Boy Orator has had a unique career Twenty four years ago at the age of six he made his initial public appearenco in his native city Richmond Va Un like most youthful prodigies he has more than maintained the first impres sion made and developed to a point of excellence far beyond that which his youthful powers gave presage He lass received from the press and noted men of this country a voluntary avalanche lof the most flattering endorsements Ho has entertained with unprecedented success large intelligent audiences in the principal cities in every State in the Union meeting with equal success in many cities and towns through the Dominion of Canada Ho has journey ed 500000 miles during his career ex ceeding in the extent and range of his travels a limit never before equalled by another of his age in the world THEY MARRIED YOUNG LADYS PARENTS WERE AGREEABLE AND TIlE KNOT WAS TIED Union City Tenn Oct 28The fol lowing note was presented Saturday evening to County Court Clerk Howard by a young wouldbe bridegroom in- consequence of which the license was issued and the young man went on his rejoicingOctober 1901Mr S F Howard Dear Sir My daughter Zoielee is not quite 16 years old yet I andmy wife both agree that she and Ed Warix marry You will please issue license for the above parties and oblige W E KEATHLEY- J F KEATHLEY The young lady is the pretty and cul tured daughter of Squire Keathley of the Eighth District while the groom is a prominent young man ot that section Tinner Here Mr C E Smith the tinner tHbr oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call B B BRKTABD y v rv v t I1I Pleasant Rooms irf Our furniture will rnakayou comfortable and your environmentst pteisint and beau tihil1on i be sure Utl will V youV you to ease j c ASH rAL T Yrr Ii Olir currenrjy iis Sill uj ln j htnHt w a I s a II IIlltI it talk You won t finda better I canlt appreciate your wants rdle your 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Witness SchleyThursdayhalt at the court ot inquiry which Is Investigating his conduct as commando Jnchlef ot the flying squadron during the Santiago campaign Ho was summoned a tow minutes after the court convened at 2 oclock for the afternoon session and when the court adjourned at 4 oclock he Apparently had gotten well under waycuhis testmunyl1admiral then In answer to his coun sel proceeded to give a careful and detailed narrative of all the events of the SantiagoI gan In response to Mr Rayncrs roquo SIrefor a narrative of the campaign at was ordered to command the tlylng squad ron on the SIh of March 1S98 and sentuntil the Oth day of June of the same in that all11tron ut Hampton Roads Vu hoIsting hisJJ hag on the cruiser Brooklyn After relating the organization or the squadr at the Virginia port he said that he h IiJ18IIi inediouponboundallightsDuring this time I exiialned to all ti commanding officers that as it would be Impossible arithatcies the vewouldotYthethIntothrowthtoryhothewhadresulting In the escape usually of a pa ekfsome extent new would Involve the de Ietheexplainedto wOnnethebeCharlttonpetheretotheJ Key West and report to Commodore Ho mey thVhIIstJ bableI I proceed with all dispatch to the blockcado of Havana He also showed me a I hofI I I do not I hastened off on my way to tho ship In tin afternoon I thought I saw the New York approaching At all C ovents when I got on board determining to at off nabadI went on board to pay my respects and thSampsonvery much worn and necessarily so be cause his responsibility had been very upHehaAmongdivision of the asdecidedother for the south coast of Cuba in which he was given the preference of command The order if I remember cor rectly stated that under any circum I stances I was to remain with my com mand and I asked him which of the two stations he would take and he said he proposed to hold the Havana or northone He also told me that whichever side I went on to remember that they I were very heavily fortified and that his confidential Instructions which he dell a ered to me verbally were that we were cofortIfiedthe Spanish squadron had been disposed of My recollection now Is that he told me It was at Curacoa The Impression left on my mind was that It was some where In the Venezuelan gulf and that was supplied with ammunition and stores destined to Havana and that was un I doubtedly the point It was to reach IHe 1 said his information was that the orders a of the Spanish fleet to reach Havana or I some point In railroad communication with It were Imperative and that he be lieved and thought that Cicnfuegos wouldI be the point as that came under the ac ceptation of the order more directly Wo looked over maps and I must say I agreed with him I told him that I had been ordered to report for duty to Adm Rcmey and that J Imagined necessarily meant himself andI that I wanted to assure him at the out set that I should be loyal absolutely andI I unreservedly to the cause we were both representing Capt Chadwick who was present I do not remember whether the time or notsaid Of course co allIIII modore any one who has known ye know that Itcharacter would would be 1 impossible for you to be otherwise than loyal I asked the admiral if there hadI been established any means of communi cation with the insurgents whether there were any pilots or whether any locality was known where they were to be found He told me that he did not know but that when he got the situation better Ini hand he would communicate with me m but that he thought It would be better for me to start as early as we could get away and blockade Cicnfuegos The next move of the present squadron was from Key West to Clenfuegos Cut a in and the admiral told how as the com in manderlnchlef of that squadron he had the vessels coaled so that at 7 oclock or 8 oclock on the morning of May 19 all P the ships of the fleet turned their backs w upon American soil This was done under the order of the commandcrlnchlef Adm Sampson At this point the witmlotquoted Adm Sampsons order No tailing to point out as he went along that In this order the admiral had said drII formation that suggests Itself The first event of note on the voyage toward Clen fthefour hours It was then that he had met Capt McCalla in charge of the sub squadron with tho JIarblehead at Its t head which had been doing duty on the Cuba coast hear Cienfuegos whither the commodore with his flying squadron 1 was bound McCalla had sent the Eagle x tJAdmScorpion had been sent to intercept the t- ltEaglefor the purpose of securing what ever Information she might bring UAfterl a little he said the Scorpion returned and reported through the megaphone I thlI log which was all the information he gave us The Eagle afterward pass d p close enough to the Brooklyn to hall herby the megaphone and repeated that n there was no news I was on the quar n J almostburnldF p have heard I begin to think that may be k 1 was mistaken A Adm Schley placed his arrival oft Clen iluegos at near midnight of May 21 1 ng HeI told of hearing guns early that eveni- hiwhIJ fitmor 4 miles distant fromI Cuban porturhe fact of hearing these Jtunst was undoubted so much so that tkeOflicer of the deck spoke otlt I hap PHe1 t t- I I orcClentugosScorpion ahead of the fleet as a patrol and that toward daylight on the follow- Ing morning May 27 all the ships had steamed In close to the harbor entrance At 9 oclock of the evening of the 22d the torpedo boat Dupont arrived with adlces from Adm Sampson The qls patch referred to was the Dear Schley ter to the blockade off Clenfuecos the admiral explained the formation of fleet there saying that the steaming ich had been mentioned in the logs was for the purpose of overcoming the effect of a current which set directly Into conrI obliged almost every hour to steam for a mile or two And that he said accounts for a good deal of what Is statedt the logs about steaming We were ser at night and that he said em phatically was the rule of the squadronI bothClentulgoilI r keeiling the squadron In formation durfa readytor4At this point Adm Schley digressed for concrsaUonhe Induced roT objective was Clenfuegostehe admiral said that the Hawk ar of1latoewhichispatch in which the commanderlnchlef t notified the commander of the flying probablwasr Ifr ClentuECosto liThemtesaidhpI wHawknotes which had ben made on the copy memorsndumfrumdlx to the retort of the chief of the t u au of navigation as follows The Hawk has just reported from CI SChk11IoodI although they curl only surmise aIThat remarked the admlrai wouldgo to indicate that Mr Hood was not henltoeInto the anchorage I think soD timegTabout S oclock The Adula did hot setto the anchorage at Clenfuegos before bnornoWard that ship In my presence She itawready been boarded If he boarded rh ed tooan I ollicerewas going do with nt1InformationHetoClenfuegos ontrethis connection Adm Schley referred the fact that he had not been Informed at there was any system of signals for with the insurgents and said that he did not know that thereany insurgents to the westward of lJubjeettAfter we got hold of colliers we were very much better fitted to resist shock rap1dlse I might have coaled on days with orse weather We had a good manyI ehlents about which no mention has en made because they came after the riod of time One of the colliers had go to New York absolutely smashed InAdm Schley testified that he hoard torIo first time the code of signals ar tingedns on the morning of May 21 Ho sent diptine back and reported that he thought the enemy was not at Cienfuegos AtIIenur or two had then the witness said en consumedI in tho preparation of dlsIpatches Including a dispatch to be sencoto the secretary of the navy and about oclock the squadron steamed to theo toiithtoilypoclockComing to the 2 3th Adm Schley sa1 1asat the weather was still rough and he lated the Incident of sending Comman de l tuieon coaling his ship because it would been absurd wWemy orders contemplated approaching utiUusl3 and as they also conveyed to w m efhenleave Santiago I laid such a course as I thought would give me a wide horizonI and if he did leave I could not Imagine he would try to pass Inside of me I es I tl mated of course he would pass to the I southward My course as projected would have of course gone to China If there had wayAtentered upon sayingI1 urse invested I thought with entire I was not in communica ti thonwe had secret agents In Havana I did not know that there were any means caI 1rj also because I was acting In an enUrelinindependent capacity I may almost say I scouldgood deal I did hud to be left to guessII Ing Some times I guessed right andcsome times I guessed wrong and I sup I pose in tho light of recent events we are I liable to do thatII The admiral then referred to the InclII dqnt of Capt Slgsby coming aboard theBrooklyn from the scoutboat St PaulI He thII stating what Is not true In this In stance his recollection Is at fault and not his veracity I said to him Captain have you got the dons here He said to me No they are not In here 1 have I been in very close I do not know but II he said sketching but he certain IIwlmt They are not here they are only here I said to him Have any 1 t other vessels seen them the Yale or the Minneapolis lIe said No they have not They have assured mo so I Adm Schley explained his retrogradet movement socalled to the westward saying that he had not considered the ec ieonomicalj tai t iieatsIfl 1jUii7ous ships and had turned over in hisImind the question of their endurance IIn I battlewas he said thinking over my mind that a squadron in its coalI Lgduranceen j member just as the speed of a fleet de laouldI j as we could the standards of steam IIn j jithatI II- mentuJAdm Schley again referred to the un manageable condition of the collier Met tnac saying that no prudent commnn er would have sent a ship alongside of nlruIt was a risk thst would have been too great and a danger that would ave been too Imminent he saidhIlt that my Judgment was better than I 111theusually conservative Therefore I did I not do it and I coaled at the earliest moment I when It was practicable Referring to the arrival of the HarvariIne witness spoke of the dlscr I e report of the Information which Cap th now Rear Admiral Cotton of that vessel had brought aboard the Brook a He said that the dispatch that CatCotton had brought aboard had said thatf1 the departments advices indicated that feJ Capt Cotton said he delivered a dlst1 htCh to me from Adm Sampson stat- Ing that they were there That dispatch ever reached me I never saw It I peverI Discussing again his dispatch to the dwartment concerning the departments aNaI I j1 1I Itthet It wrote it in English gave It to Capt Co tirj cIPherandilconfirmedt the department which was received The J dispatch Is here and has been In the dettrtmeflt for nearly three years I dob ot believe for one moment that In the I tra anpnslationj to mutilate It but I think In the choice ol words which were not exactly of the gettoit should Upon this dispatch is based the charge of disobedience of orders I contend that there was no disobedience of orders There would have been dlso bcdience of orders if I had abandoned J1stationIng found that the departments informa tlon was correct I hold that I did not disobey orders and I think that dispatchI read and Interpreted as sent will relieve that charge Washington Oct 2G When the Schley court of inquiry adjourned Friday Adm testimonyInAdm Schley began Ills description of the fOnwftllwhiteI a little bit longer off the land that mornumi g than usual After I had eaten break st 1 came up to take a survey of the situation with glasses We were lying at that time possibly three miles or a little bit over from the land and II E hadw kntedm tioattersto sennoftrlesot 9 my orderly reported to me that slg rnaT ofdisregardshe had gone eastward I did not of i course know she had gone yjhavingwhilst I was sitting abaft on a hatchway I pItell the commodore that the lleet is com g out That was some time after the en had been cpllert to quarters about 5 oclock The ship at that moment lying with her hend In toward the nl in tho direction of Cabanas which tlioni Ojmaintainingthe starboard side and saw the enemy coming out of the entrance of the liar l adderj or apparently a point or more abaft thmaJ stirhoard beam My own recollection nowJJ all Ilan it Iis that the h ersipsTexas to be hcs of astheI ashcrjptoc to the the eastward of the Iowa ulTinI sliion and the Gloucester was lying In I tin ier the Itnd I thought In the neigh- rhoexl of Agiiilires The New YorkJJ of of sl meithtotrmineHun was to IIE If the vessel had not I bltn out of sight I should not have made a Ignal The moment I saw that IIwent forward onto a little platform I had constructed upon the battle tow r as m position in the battle in order J rabely been there a moment or two whet Capt rook joined rae In the meantimEperI ttbridgeI I t kninre toadywmeHIatI j Well I said go right for them The helm was put aport The ship was started ahead first at perhaps halIspeed I do mt recollect She took her way very quickly and when we headed ar I fu thllj for action We generally made that sig nal because there was around the quart r sh de weipsusually of oars and rope to keep people from falling overboard Generally an t awning of some sort was up That signs I was followed by Close up for close ac I on The Brooklyn as well as the other vessels of the squadron charged Imme ately into the entrance In accordance with the original plan of seeking tho th iaemI the head of the enemys column the idea I uppermost In my mind being that if w t ba sittleshipspieces that would be our best point I attack They continued on this course I rting and starboarding to meet them shsumedon her masthead I ti apmerning first with port helm and then adI I sh toipsard closing In I said to Capt ook Close action or close up nas been hoisted and It means to keep Inside of a thousand yards out of their fective torpedo range Capt Cook was anding alongside me and said Yos we w sh shipshad advanced without tiring The firstgun I think was fired by Lieut Simpson al sh edipparently had started with the intention of ramming take a turn ahead to the westward leavlntr a gap between her and the ship following which subsequently proved to be the Vlscaya We were adI vanclng In the direction of the Vlscaya 1I when she also seemed to have given up e Intention to ram and turned to tho westward following the direction of the leading ship It then became apparent opJloOlten had failed and that the Spanish lice t upucceeded 1UAmediately apparent Capt Cook gave thP I Thavebheadtlhimand he replied that it was either aport si hard siItilbsolutelya c s sotarboardwere never across her bows I never I was at her port side and she never a- roachetp wftentered Into my head at ail as a menace o dnn Uheg 0ivengaearness CIshsondcould with the qngtljaiheirrapidly and I had been for a long time under the Impression that our starboardengine eIIn looking astern I saw an unusual amount of churned water It looked I to time very much as if that engine had been backing Though the matter was not one of record as I found out subsequent ly I had always been under the Inipre5 krg the turn Mr 1iodson vcr ProPer ty bhapsgloquy1 Hodgson and myself First he was too good an ofllcer to have transgressed one of the plainest duties of nn olllcer at tldortaken VItwas no colloquy Before we turned the leading ship was abeam or a little abaft the bear o nd when we turned about she was ahead P f us that Is on the starboard bow i il four ships and the forts were nndIII at the same time and from that n the following 10 or 15 minutes were the PItime to time as my attention was at tractcd for a moment the jets of water ahead and astern and over and short I The roar of the projectiles was one of th things that can be heard only once in life time and then never forgotten lI- It appeared at that moment that all our of those ships were at work upon he Brooklyn and up to the moment perceivethere r they had ever been injured The thought tl assed through rny mind that after all precaution and waiting those fellows ould get away At that moment I felt A nl I thought i remarked to Capt Cook n huit we were alone and would perhaps ave most of the light upon ourseles ecause I did not know then that the battleships could possibly keep up thplr speed But If said to him we must stay with this crowd I had no Idea that wo would escape Of course If they could have shot as well as our people lit I certainly would have pot us Ieti 1 I When we had completely turn around on a westerly course the ships I I t ear1 to lahoUchotformationthlgcloud1 Itarhoardhadhol5tedthenIollowpos ritionkliedCartClarkeded for him because he was following otherhlpstheOrgonshe was perhaps four or five hundred theBrOOkbnIneverorem ant Bothships were at that timesheet of flame MWthatbatedsmoue outIpressed itself ofnsconstanthconfidencemotmentsTheow and he lUll so throughout the ac n Every few moments messages were t below to the IentimSt WU n ventilatorIt IntervalAfter secondptheOquendo8ulIcret1stcrelInhoreIealnge Mscaya Immediately took a Jadingitifl on the bow and I thought ror- It llittle Vhiie that she would outtoot us timebetwenttho ofs turnedInshoreIiplrlod theHrooltlyneastward and got occasional glimpses the Indiana and tho Gloucester I uld not see very well what they were smokEthoushmirable work I felt that the momentoro vessels ran Into the beach the com nding officers of the ships which coullnot keep up the pace with the two lead would take care of the prisoners and welifromnear as I can remember the agthvesselstill BrooklynoVtrWOmoat excellent target range and I recmber that a marine stationed in thep reported that he did riot see anyW Brooklyn strikingthe theturntirepnges because I did not want the Vis aandgoodhtingrt with the stadimetrr constantly kept instrument on these vessels andowing exactly their heights reported nQ that they were maintaining thenno range but I thought my eye was atle moro sensitive and I said No thE ar eelutImagnificent duty he lost si hruckst handingbrownme of it reached mehLieut McCauley rUi bntheyreweythe side I just happened to see them throuchtbta opening and calling out to overboardHUH lj gullantl tianJust as ruinhorerentlY starting out for the Brooklyn the Oregon I do an dds j EXllloIonternfl she PUt helm hard aport turn hfrhatchsI thought she was going to capsize e had such a tremendous list to port st then I saw a shell strike her that peared to me to rake her fore and att In ddeepsignal to the Texas to look out for tier en and to save them but the Texas was too far astern to receive the mes sage I made the remark at the time however Philip Is always sensible he thlnssDuring I that all of the slcnal halyards of my Ip were cut I think possibly with one CCltiOfl One of the speed cones we hallI hoisted was cut and came very neatstriking me After the VIsenya lard turn In with color down the Colon edged1 shore and appeared to be following the contour of the coast and I thought at the time looking astern and observing what had happened to her consorts that she was seeking the best place she sould find in order to end the matter at once said to Capt Cook Cease firing and CaptCook rets Into the cooler air and get something to cat and to hurry up his men below I sane out to the men below that we th ha IonIIh good deal if merriment anti rejoicing went back to the bridge and soon real 11pd that they were doing their best here was a Jingle to the rails and a vi ation to the veiseI but 1 perceived that e motions of the ships were sluggish suggested to Capt Cook that we pos bly had same compartments filled He snt the carpenter down and it developed nt ont of the after compartments had led with water which we thought ware to the fact that we had received me Injury below the water line The thouJhtItuntil we could get Into smoother water irero we could possibly handle It tnUC- Iorereadtly r m That course was decided upon The ships speed of course came with some rapidity anll toward I i clock It was apparent that we were ining upon the chase I said to Capt several times during the adiosWould it not be a good idra to edge in that we could finish those fellow uicker and he replied that we had em 1n tire most excellent target range r that the guns of the two ships seem to be doing most admirable work We were pointing at that time for Tnrqiilno Point under Cape Cruz at the point tending to the southward My idea wan at In steering that course It tine Colon kept up her course she would be obllgod come out I then sail I wouM get up a lot cf extra ammunition so that when she came out Into close quarters it would be a question of but a few minutes before we her out As we were going out to head her off there were various signals ten the Oregon and myself of ae eaInn character Some were official I ave the order to Capt Clarke to open re with his 13inch guns iapr Clark has testified that he did not receive it and I always had been under the Impres 4I on Until I heard him say otherwise hat the order had been transmittedowever we continued to advance the regon and the Brooklyn I dont thlrK the Oregon was further astern than SiOO yards 1ilo not believe the prolongation f her course at any time could have assed within 500 yards of the Brooklyn We were practically and relatively at tho same distance perhaps the Brooklyn was little nearer at times and then the Ort gon a lIttle nearer We continued In thisr eSItInti until about 1210 when we real ed that we were In range of this vesseli and we tried the 13inch and Sinch guns on her Several of them fell short out remiinber that one ut the Oregons 13 inch balls passed entirely over the Colon and that one of the Sinch of the Brook wIthnnthought at first it had gone through her but it appears that It did not strike her The position of the Colon 1 lng di shipherecaptain of the Colon that It would bo fatal I think that he did exactly right sacrifice of life would have been un ccesary so he fired the gun to leeward and hauled his flag downward and ran Into the bar at the mouth of Rio Tarqulno I signaled at once to casfiring that the enemy had surrendered luuIsedIntoi In petting out a boat the steam being the cranes having been struck 1l1Iand more or less jammed We 2remember g If we should slow up I said No histouce a 3rtainlyher colors down I did not think she wa- vero four miles from us Wo werernrning then in the neighborhood of 15 I pluenaturallyS thebrlgtdeslstwILineCaptookCommOllore d surrenotI said to him arcmRttlrSmust anunOndlrfonal CommodorE upIsheWitanswering one them When she cnme up I made thosignal to her that It was a glorious day couldIInthebeetsetainedtomRkethettalhhtheoatThlreIthobattlewayChaplain Yorklamoyourorkthattherecoast and the youwentClarketheccommanderinhiefa Jaidup to have sent a force of 50 of 00 meti avnl1anthlngr used the word monkeying with here takathenreelisthetesoluzelittledlfJhtthatdayandOrr2hluldhwe thdmirablei The admiral told of the pursuit of thestrange vessel how he had met tire Vlxni battleshtiaye flyruncruiser Marts Teresa which was bound lIubjPfts theAmprlcan thihaseJI vamishOwas on board and would like very mucht hehemholnlIncheer he did not think It throperrid behaved no gallnntly d rlaUVdlost everything clothing as well asmoney and Informed him that my ward robe as well as my purse as far as that tconici go was fit his ervlfAdm Cervera the witness said thank d him for his courtesy saying he had never met a sailor who was not a gen tleman but declined the proffer only ask In toisb squadron I told hlmr her would e no objectlon to that whatever baisattle of tfie 3d day of July 1KS I wish to add he continued that 1 as very much Impressed on that day tha fact that the officers and the stuJIfulf1l1pdvery ngbjost degree the traditions of the American navy A thin Scliley CroHMEYninliicd Washington Oct 20Tira crosses nntiuntiion of Adm Scliley began Mon ay before the court of inquiry and Ihardly more than a third of the grouniVH covered when tire court tuljoltrhcd at49clo Jc riVf t c Adni Schley concludes 4Tueiulay two other witnesses will bo called iin his behalf Barker arid EmarlireE The judge advocate then will call his witnesses in rebuttal of whom there are understood to Tin more than 15 and it is probable that Adm Schleys counsel will call witnesses in sub rebuttal Adm Swliley concluded his direct examination which continued only about ten minutes after the court convened Monday morning with a statement to the effect of tire lire of the respective fleets at Santiago showing that 30 per cent of tire hits suiTered by tire enemy were scored by tint Brooklyns 5inch guns while his ship received 70 per cent of the h hits from the Spanish shipsA MISS ELLEN M STONE State Department Olliclnla Continue Hopeful of Ultimately Seeurliijr 11cr Itciense Washington Oct 28TIre state li partimnt officials had no news to give out Sunday rejjardinjj Miss Ellen XI Stone tire American missionary now in the hands of the Jiulgnrinu brigands They are continuing un oizislnjrly in thwr efforts to obtain her release and again Sunday nine sages were stInt to Consul General Dickinson POW at Sofia andto Spen cer Eddy the charge at CoiVstaii nople urging nuiewed efforts for 1 he establishment of communication be tween the missionaries arid the capI tars of Miss Stone The officials con tinue hopeful of ultimately securing her release London Oct 2SA trustworthy report is in circulation here mtys a dispatch from Soii to the Daily Telegraph that Mis Stone is in the village of Boliiza close to the fron tier SOLDIERS INJURED A Coils Automatic Firing Gun nt Fort Icnvenivorlh Utirinfr ii- iest IxilocIetI Lenvemvorth Kan Oct 2UlIy an explosion of u Colts automatic tiring gun at Fort Leavemvorlh Monday Capt Charles T Monomer and live men of tire 2Sth battery of field ar tillery were wounded three severely The gun a new one was being tested ami was allowed to become too hot and when a shell came into tire breech after fifing the smell exploded tear jag out tire breech fragments of which struck and injured the men These are the injured Private Sny tier leg severe Private Meripolt arm severe Private IHeder arm se vere Private Hayes leg slight Capt Menohcr hand burned writ injured Private Jonek hand slight The most of the tea in the worldI mill com s from China 4 i A POLrER1lac- ksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY waitVj C iptoitUjIUndartaker s Goods Common Rosewood and tiolid BlaelI alosi Cons and Casti which csutbs ted ip in abort notice and at riaianible prices 9ir Be a call L Shop star the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE RR DEPOT H POLLOCK Fropr rasurreysrnagesrved with courtesy and politeness Pa ronage solicited Telephone 19 uh Book Etsre Splendid Selection of SEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever ing up to date MARY BERENBES Co CITY BARBER SHOP c To my old customers Wo are here stay Nobody will appreciate your latronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than vre old reliable rbers R U OALDWELL WILL ROSVtLL DR S K DAVIDSON I1tLtV BIOKHAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Gowgilla Drug Store c B BAKER General Gmcej Powell Block Clinton St 1 Having purchased tire Grocery Stock ol f J C Bonduranl would be pleated IQ hive all old friends to call Fresh Goodi and Choice Bargftini W J BARRY CO AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one JBLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS LL WORK GUARANTEED 1 II P Ftunlry Joo AV XSeuutU BENNETT REMLSY == ATIOBNEYS ATLAW tCorrtsepeciaI1yhetties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Sir Itctnlcys in Hickman TbeBFOflrROUtCsnRailwflySy5teIt rv Comprising t 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Builtand Equipped ia the Mst Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction k The Passenger Train Service of tilt BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 4eli ISO Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cats ri 20 Dining and Cafe Cars in addition to which Sixty Pullmai Sleepers arc In Continuous Service on the BIG FOUR and itsTbrousfc Car Lines jl t VARREN J LYNCM WP DEP9 0 a Iai JTkt Apt AuLGIkLAVlC4astIO 4 I + g is rst51 rF CrrS trfrYrTrCcr i+frCcC TaKrr r C r w ER u n 1 FROM ALL OVER THE STATEn tf BREEDERS TO MEET 1 Will InvtMtiKnte the Hiport Tuft n Pole on Kentucky Anxoclntloa Truck land Been Moved Lexington Ky Oct 28The fol lowing is n portion of a cull issued Sunday night by local breeders All those interested in the breed ing training or racing of thoroughbred horses are requested to meet at the Phoenix hotel Tuesday noon for the purpose of taking such action us nay be necessitry to determine the truth of reports that a pole supposed t to mark threeeighths pf a mile from the wire at the Kentucky association ref t ports be found correct to take what action may be necessary to expose and punish the person or guilty of moving itt pcrsonsII Few incidents in recent created as great a sensation among 1 horsemen as the suspicion first given utterance Thursday investigated Friday and proven Saturday that one of the poles marking the distance at hc rate track had on Wednesdayutiglit 1Ntn moved so as to make the polo marking threeeights of iv mile from UK timers stand 40 to 45 feet less than the supposed distance and then moved back again Thursday nigh Had it becn that only the usml workouts were given it would have jiiiifie no further difference than that Kivcrni urea who Thursday thought tluv hqd phenomenal yearlings would line rind out the mistake later rIlK rc was however a gentleman from Seas York Mr JIm the repre Siijtathc of Clarence Mackay who IIs there Tiiursdny who timed a yearling Jte had been invited here to see the short threeeighths in Myt seconds He returned with an option on the colt said to be S000 Train 1eraat tile track made the discovery as lo the change in the position of the ole While no one is suspected a pow ir demand for an investigation led to ihis call for II meeting of breeders Tuesday GREEN GOODS PoKliiiitMtor Arrested Charged With UMliif An Unlawful Scheme to Ilnlxc the Wind Bowling Green Ky Oct jS A Susong u post office inspector Fri day brought in Walter IL Scott post inasti r at Long Ky on charge of operating a green goods scheme under the name of J B Monroe Susong made a trade by mail for 100 in fives and sent by registered mail market bills lie afterwards identi I fied these in Scotts possession Scott claims Monroe got the mail but admits doing the writing and be ing a partner The inspector thinks Monroe a myth An extensive corre spondence was carried on and consid erable money secured The scheme has been in operation for months CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION lie Married the Victim In Court nt Tayluritvllle mid Witn Set at I Liberty Taylorsville Ky Oct 2GF M leathers who had been confined in jail here since September 29 on a charge of abduction was married to his victim Lizzie Hopper in the courtroom by Rev J W Harding of Win chester The marriage was brought about by the girl and her father coming to this city from their country home and announcing to the county judge that the girl would marry Leathers provided the charge against him was dismissed LOneKilled Another Wounded Middlesboro Ky Oct 28 George Mnyes was killed and Toe Nril was ntnrtnly wounded at the Quarter House on the Tencssce line Mayes was trilled by Nail who received his death wound at the hands of some unknown man Several were engaged in the fight Mayes was the chief lieutenant of the Lee Turner proprietor I of the Quarter House and is said to have killed several ringI Tit On Bank RobbersF FToLancaster Ky Oct 28The frequency of hank robberies in this see tion had led the directors of time two national banks here to take precautions for their protection They have I fitted their banks with electric appa dwellingsIwhose owners have been supplied Winchester rifles- Workmen Arrented f Lexington Ky Oct 2S Thirty t workmen from this city engaged inI constructing the electric line to Georgetown were arrested at the in I stance of the council of that place I charged with tearing upu street die t tilltf Monday I Ghen Judgment For IjttOOO Owensboro Ky Oct 2Gin the I suit of James McCune a street car motorman against the Louisville lien Louis railroad McCuneiI derson St was given judgment Friday for 3 000 fMcCuncs car was struck by a l freight train t IfRovrar Fur 111a Arrest Mt Sterling Ky Oct26uJoeI I Jones who forged a draft on the Exchange bank of Kentucky this RoyEi There is 350 reward for his arrest CONFEDERATE VETERANS The Kentucky Department After UleetiiiK Officers iFor the HIIHU- liiK Term Adjourned Louisville Ky Oct 25The lien tucky department of the United Confederate Veterans adjourned Wednesday after electing the following oni cers J M Poyntz major general unanimously reelected brigade com manders first J M Arnold second James E Briggs third John II Leathers fourth George B Taylor Gen Taylor succeeds Gen Sinclair who declined reelection Capt Dan Parr who has given a house to be used in establishing the proposed home was elected to hon orary membership Louisville was selected for thc Jlcxt meeting of the state department and St Louis was the choice of the department for tho 1003 reunion DECISION RENDERED Hit 11 viiy CniupaiiieH Can Not Re In dieted CotiiutlNMloii 31uxt Inves tigate Violation Frankfort Ky Oct 26A deeiskm of much importance to railroad inter ests in Kentucky was rendered at Fridays session of the court of appeals It is that a grand jury can not indict a railroad company for violation of the long and short haul clause of the constitution and statutes unless the state railroad commission has first in vestigated the complaint and refused to grant the railroad company the right to so charge It was handed down in the ease of the Illinois Central Railroad Co against the commonwealth appealed from time Ilnrdin county circuit court Chief Justice Paynter and Justices White and Gull three of the seven members of the court dissented from the opinion HE LOST HIS FOOT A Ifxiii lon Boy Itecnim hastened ina Ituilrniiil Switch While u Car Vns Coining Texington Ky Oct 20 Cornelius Stewart aged 13 years hail a narrow escape from death here Friday after noon With some companions he was walking across the Chesapeake Ohio railroad at Spring street when his foot hung in the switch A detached ear was bearing down upon him and to save his life finding himself unable to detach his foot he drew his body off the track as fns as possible The car cut his foot off at the ankle AVill lie Renmrrleil Lexington Ky Oct 28To gratify the wishes ot the parents of time bride Mr and Mrs W U Moore jr of St Louis will be remarried by the dean of the Episcopal cathedral here Monday afternoon The young people sur prised their parents and friends by crossing the river to East St Louis and being married by a magistrate last week The bride lives here and was visiting in St Louis Her mother desires that the ceremony of the church be performed Dr Monlcnl Sold Lexington Ky Oct 2SThe Oam betta Wilkes gelding Dr Monicil has arrived here the property of C K G Billings of Chicago After Ic had been loaded at Memphis Saturday night Mr Billings offer of 5000 was accepted by W F J 0 McAllister of this city I uincy ViiN HOKU Henderson Ky Oct STo local men Joseph Ryan and Will Jones and a stranger giving his name as George Riley were arrested here Sunday charged with passing advertising bills representing a onedollar bill to gether and securing in exchange con siderable good money Lily to Heiiitv Georgetown Ky Oct 25 Delegates from all the elk lodges of the state with one exception in a meeting here Thursday resolved to form an asso ciation which will be called the Kentucky B 1 O E Reunion associa tion The first reunion will be held at Louisville next Junet lie 3Ii y Recover Mayfield Ky Oct 2SThe Negro named Gardner who was bitten through the right shoulder and the muscles of his arms by the lioness that escaped from a menagerie on the Midway is still in a serious condition but will recover unless blood poisoning sets in- hummer With 1OOO Minnlm Cmftsville Ky Oct 26 Marion Mullins aged 50 a wealthy Pike county farmer has disappeared from his home Foul play is suspected His cash 52000 is also missing The Will IN Ilcltl Valid Williamstown Ky Oct 28D W Williams left GOOOO to his children in such a way that they could only enjoy the interest the principal to revert to their children when they died TheyI entered a contest and lost the will being held DIM Charged With Stealing Greensburg Ky Oct 2S The sher iff of Cumberland county arrived here with Earnest Roc charged with breaking into the storehouse of Jon Strull on September 21 and stealing clothing REPUBLICAN FINANCIERING Fcnr of the People TInt the atlonnl Banks AVI11 Not He Able to Survive u Pniilc The protectionists and the trusts have a new scheme to prevent a re duction of the tariff by wiping out the surplus and as this proposition evidently has the approval of the money combine it may be forced through the coming congress Rep resentative Fowler the Washington Star informs us will be the chairman of the banking and currency committee of the next house of representatives and he will make an ef fort to use the surplus to retire a large blocks of the greenbacks The retirement of the greenbacks has al ways been favored by the national banks they want complete com mand of the money market for their own notes and they have always had a distinct dislike of the peoples money because they could not ex tract any profit or advantage from it The Star further informs us that Mr Fowler who will be assisted by other men of the same opinion as himself would adopt one of two plans lie would either cancel 50 000000 or 100000000 outright without replacing the notes with another class of motley or he would take from the available cash about 100000000 in gold which he believes could be spared place that amount in the reserve fund of the treasury and then as a like amount of United States notes came in cancel them and issue gold certificates against the additional gold placed in the reserve fund The reserve fund is now 150000000 and the addition of 100 000000 to the fund would put the figure at 250000000 Mr Fowler and other advocates of the retirement of greenbacks would follow this policy until tlae treasury contained nothing but gold or its representative in the treasury removing time danger of the burden of demand obligations that confronts the country in case of pun es Beyond retirement of greenbacks or reduction of taxation there are only two methods of disposing of the surplus These are the purchase of bonds or the increase of the deposits with national hanks The deposits already aggregate 108506502 and this is considered in many circles as sufficient for the hanks to hold It is the largest sum of government mosey ever held by the banks except from late inlSOSto early in 1000 when time payments to the government from the sale of three per cent bonds were placed with banks to prevent a curtailment of money in the business world Not for mnnyyears before that or since have the holdings of government money by banks been nearly so large as now Applications for deposits are being made right along by bunks but they are being informed that the treasury hits no intention of increasing the de posits at this time- Representative Fowler and other advocates of the retirement of the green backs would like to sec the treasury surplus accumulate to a still larger extent than it is now doing as they would like opportunity to present thcir ideas to congress The amount of United States notes outstanding October 1 was 340051016 and it is from this sum that Mr Fowler would begin the process of greenback retire mentThis radical republican programme is rather amusing in one thing and that is their great fear that the Unit ed States treasury will not be able to panicTimedeposits in the national banks is that they will be the ones who will not be able to meet their liabilities- If the treasury was to call for the 105500502 which has been loaned to the banks without interest there would be a panic in Wall street which would at once extend all over the whole country It is only a few days ago that these same banks were call ing on the treasury to relieve them by purchasing J onds at the enormous premiums of 40 per cent If this is nee essary in the prosperous times they claim exist what will become nec eary to do when hard times come again COMMENTS OF THE PRESS If President Roosevelt wanted to get on the right side of the south he evidently went the wrong way around in fraternizing with colored Booker Washington at the white house table Wheeling W Va Register Those republicans who favor the ship subsidy bill should examine the report of the commissioners of navi gation which says 393 vessels were built in the United States during the three months ended September 30 The excuse for the steal that we must build up with a bounty the merchant marine is thus officially shown to be nonsense The Xew York Sun and some of the other plutocratic newspapers are pretty well done up in their fight with the Hearst papersthe Xew York Journal the Chicago American and theyhaveplutocratic and trustcontrolled press iirsponsible newspaperAs a rule appear byexpendingnals and in the payment of subsidies objectthrough taxesltcongress shall controlitspow er is a thing never readilysurrendered either by individuals or parties Phil adelnhia Record t DISAGREEING TARIFF DOCTORS 3Iauufactarer anti Other AVlto Do Not Feel So Kindly Poivard Reciprocity The Manufacturers association of Philadelphia has been so worked up in its feelings about reciprocity and tariff reform that it declares that while favoring reciprocity it aban dons none of its protection views ThJsif it means anything favors both sides of the question for of courstj there can be no reciprocal arrangement made with any foreign country relating to the tariff without both parties make sonic conces sion by reduiMiiing their respective tariffs on commodities that they are willing to admit for a lower rate and to that extent protection views have to be abandoned It is hardly to be wondered that the manufaeturershavel- ostt their bearings and hardly know where they are at on this subject The Protective league and the Home Market club on the one side are dinging into their ears that to ease up uy ever so little on the present tariff would be to abandon the whole theory on which the wonderful and scientific tariff has been constructed and would Soon bring ruin on its bene ficiaries The manufacturers and time trusts evidentlyI believe this for they donate liberally to the league to car- rr on the light for no change On the other hand they are told by the champions of reciprocity that their markets must be enlarged or they will not he able to dispose of their surplus products which under the stnnulus of protection and the enor mttus profits they are thus enabled to make in the home market have rap idJV grown beyond what our own peo plf aw purchase If no market is op tied for their surplus in foreign laiUta production must be reduced to thtjjioiue market levela both of these schools of political economists prjmiso just time ideal conditions that this trusts and manufacturers want they1 naturally favor both factions not seeing possibly what a ridiculous position they occupy There are however some manufacturers and others interested who do not feel so Uffcdly towards reciprocity For in stance the hosiery and knit goods PeoPle of New England find that their industry has been sacrificed hy a re daction of 20 per cent in the reci procity treaty with France The seed growers with a like reduction the unit growers the same and tthe prune growers with ten per cent all of whom declare will reduce their profits by that proportion without any cor responding advantage or reciprocal arrangement These are the main Ikickers at reciprocity outside of those who claim that the constitu tional limitations restricting the or- Igin of all revenue lays to the house of representatives is nullified because these reciprocity treaties are orig inated by the executive These tariff doctors are certainly considerably mixed and withal they do not touch the burning question of the tariff of whether trusts productions that are sold to foreigners cheaper than they are to our own people shall be placed on the free list That is the democrat ic contention and some few anti trust republicans believe so too TRUST INTENTIONS The Overthrow of Inhitr Organiza tions null the Vwtirpntlou of Every Might It is evident that the trusts are in tent on the overthrow of organized la bor The steel trust has virtually disorganized the Amalgamated associa tion and will doubtless complete the job at the next attempt It is an nounced officially that the presi dents of the coal carrying roads of the eastern states have refused to con sijJer any proposals for a joint confer ence with the officers of the coal min ers organization The great coal operators have decreed the death of unifln labor as did the steel trust the death of the Amalgamated associa tion However in doing this the trust officials tire cutting from under them time main support to their right to on the coal mines and the steel fac tories and the railroads Having had demands which they consider just turned down =having been refused even a conference with their employ ers what is more natural than that tjhese men should look for some other method of getting a hearing After a careful investigation of the wars and means they wil learn a les sonfrora the employer that of lon trolirig the law making and law enforcing bodies of time country That a mn principleJwhich we admit theoretically as right the employes are largely in the major itvhence they learn and they are being forced to learn that they have the coveted power in their own hands to turn the machinery of gov ernment to their own advantage they willibtminority there will be no privilege or protection granted to one crass of citizens which is denied to another as in the case today 1The inevitable result of the im perialistic tendencies of the govern ment is found in the annual report of the heads of bureaus of the army I I officerstij great danger to the country if theirs i demands are not complied with As i the army has been raised to a maxi I immn of 100000 men and time naval I force largely increased by the last congress the former at all events far I beyond what is necessary these mands for a still greater increase are pretty good proof that the democratic charge of militarism is rapidly being accomplished 1 = RELIABLE =3 R B BREARD P Has a Superior Stock of the best makes t ofall kinds of Hardware which is offered at 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reading it and are most of us ignorant of its beauty i and f power and practical suggestiveness I A meaningless passage ofI Scripture many thought it to be But the telescopes were busy age after age and astronomical observations kept on questioning the skies until the meaning of my text comes outII lustrously The Pleiades is a con stellation of seven stars appearing to the naked eye but scientific instruments I reveal more than 400 properly I belonging to the group Alcyone isIthe name of the brightest star of that group called the Pleiades A Russian astronomer observed that Alcyone is the center of gravitation of our solar system Hugh Macmillan says that the sn and its planets wheel around J that center at the rate of 422000 miles a day in an orbit which it will take 19000600 years to complete The Plei ades appear in the springtime and are associated with flowers and genial warmth and good weather The navi gation of the Mediterranean was from May to November the rising and the setting of the Pleiades The priests of Beaus noticed that rising and set r ting 2000 years before Christ Now the glorious meaning of my text is plain as well as radiant To give Job the beautiful grace of hu mility God asked him Canst thou bind the sweet influences of the Pleiades Have you any power over the laws of gravitation Can you modify or change an influence wieldI ed by a star more than 400000 miles away Can you control the winds off the springtime Can you call out the f flowers How little you know com pared with omniscience How little you can do compared with Omnipo r tence The probability is that Job had been tempted to arrogance by his vas attainments He was a metallurgist a zoologist 2 poet and shows by his writings he had knowledge of huntIing of musk of husbandry of medi sine of mining of astronomy and perhaps was so far ahead of the scholars and scientists of his time v1 thnt he may have been somewhat 1 puffedrup hence this interrogation of my text And there is nothing that so soon takes down human pride as an interrogation point rightly thrust I Christ used it mightily Paul mounted argumentstwith such a battery Men of the world understand it Demosthenes began his speech on the crown and Cicero his oration against Catiline and Lord Chatham his most famous j orations with n question The empire of ignorance is so much vaster than the empire of knowledge that afttrI the most learned and elaborate dis quis Hon upon any subject of s ciolI diry or theology the plainest man may ask a question that will make the wisest speechless After the pro foundest assault upon Christianity j the humblest disciple may make nne inquiry that would silence a Voltaire Called upon as we all are at times to defend our holy religion instead of argument that can always be answered 1 by argument let us try thcjj Power of interrogation We ought to be loaded with at least half a dozen questions and always ready and when Christianity is assailed and we areI told there is nothing in it and there 1 is DO God and there never was as miracle and that the Scriptures are unreasonable and cruel and that there never will be a judgment daII take out of your portable armory offinterrogation something like this What makes the condition of women In Christian lands better than in 1 heathen lands Do you think it would j be kind in God to turn the human race into n world without any written revelation to explain and encouri age and elevate and save And if a revelation was made which do you prefer the ZendaVesta of the Per em n or the Confucian writings of the Chinese or the Koran of Mohammed i or our Billie If Christ is not a Di vine being what did He mean when He said Before Abram seas I am If the Bible is a bad book where are i the evil results of reading it Did ofthe9orsister who used to read it Do you not think that a judgment day is necessary in order to explain and exIplar illogical and an imposition upon hu man credulity why were Herschel and Washington and Gladstone and Wil liam MeKinley its advocates How did it happen that our religion fur iit nished the theme for the greatest 1 poem ever written Paradise Lost nnd to the painters their greatest themes in the Adoration of the g Magi The Transfiguration The Last Supper The Crucifixion The Entombment The Last Judgment and that all the schools of painting put forth their utmost genius in prc Muting The Madonna Why was It that William SlJakei a + i ienre after amazing the world as he will fluiazc all centuries with time j itt splendor and power of The Merw Vcljnntdlytnic awl Coriolanns i j Vit i t and Ilichard III and Ling Lear and Othello and Macbeth and Hamlet wrote with his own hand his last will and testament beginning it with the words In the nume of God amen I William Shakespeare of StratfordonAvon in the county of Warwick in perfect health and mem ory God be praised do make and ordain this my last will and testament through the only merits of Christ my Saviour to he made par taker of life everlasting and my body to the earth whereof it is mnde Had Shakespeare lost his reason whyi- he wrote his faith in Christ and th 1Ii great atonement Put your ants f onist a few questions like that and you will find him excusing himeelf fo11 an engagement he must meet imme diately or he will start on a retrea like that which our northern troops made for yonder Long bridge after the battle of Manassas A discourse on Gods omnipotence and mans lim itations would not have had such an effect upon Job as the interrogation of the text Canst thou bind the sweet influence of the Pleiades These words also recognize far reaching influences Job probably had no adequate idea of the distance of the worlds mentioned from ou world but he knevr them to be far off and we who have the advantage of modern sidereal investigation oughtto be still more impressed than was Job with the question of the text as it puts before us the foet that worlds hundreds of thousands of miles distant have a grip on on world There are cweet influences which hold us from afar There may have been in our ancestral line per haps 200 years ago some consecrate man or woman who has held ore all the generations since an influent for good which we have no power t realize and we in turn by our virtue or vice may influence thos who shall live 200 years from now Moral gravitation is as powerful as material gravitation and if as my text teaches and science confirms the Pleiades which are millions of miles from our earth influence the earth we ought to be impressed with how we may be influenced by others far away back and how we may in fluence others far down the future f That rill away up among the Alle ghanies so thin you think it wi j hardly find its way down the rocks becomes the mighty Ohio rolling into the Mississippi and rolling into the sea That word you utter that deed you do may augment itself as the years go by until rivers cease to ro and the ocean itself shall be drie up in the burning of the worldt sayintg important things said nothing more startlingly suggestive than when he declared None of us Ifvfth or dieth to himself Words thoughts actions have an eternity of flight As Job could not bind the sweet influences of the Seven Stars ns they were called so we cannot arrest or turn aside the good projected long ago Those influences were starte centuries before our cradle wn rocked and will reign centuries afte rour graves are dug Oh it is a tre mendous thing to Ilive God help us to live aright- Astronomers can easily locate the Pleiades They will take you into their observatories on a clear night and aim their revealing instrumen- toward the part in the heavens where those seven stars have their Labi tude and they will point to the con stellation Taurus and you can se for yourself But it is impossible to point to influences far back thin have affected our character and rvi 1 affect our destiny Weknow the in fluences near bypaternal maternal conjugalhut by the time we liar gone back two generations or a most three our investigations falter and fail Through the modern in teresting habit of searching back to find the ancestral tree we may fin a long list of names but they are onlyI names The consecration or abandonment of some one 200 years ago was not recorded It would no t be so important if you nail I by our good or bad behavior blessed or Wasted only those immediately around us but our goodness or our badness will reach as far as tim strongest rays of Alcyone yea across the eternities Under thi consideration what do you think of those who give themselves up to frivolity or idleness and throw away 50 years of their existence as though1 they were shells or pebbles or pods instead of embryo eternities Notice also in my text the influ ende of other worlds upon this world We all regard the effect whieh our continent has upon other continents or one hemisphere upon the other hemisphere Great harvest or drought affects the other side of our world A panic in Wall street New York has its echo in Lombard street and th bourse The nations of the cart cablegrammed together all feel the same thrill of delight or shock of oe1 infll11enceThe author of my text rouses us to the consideration It takes all the worlds of known and unknown as ironom3 to keep our world in its orbit every world dependent on Other worlds The stellar existence is felt all through the heavens Every con stellation is a sisterhood Our planet feels the benediction of Alcyone and all the other stars of the Pleiades Yea there are two other worlds that decide the fate of our world its redemption or its demolition Those two worlds are the headquarters of angelology and demonology From the one world came Christ come ministering spirit come all gracious influences From the other world rill satanic nail diabolic influences From that world of moral right rose he power that wrecked our poor orld 6000 years ago and all time good work gene slave then has not c rs I been able to get our world out of the breakers But the signals 0L dis tress Kara been hoisted and the life lines are out and our world re tease is certain The good influences of the consecrated people in our world will be centupled by the help from the heavenly world and the Di vine power will overcome the demoniac 0 man 0 woman expands your itaps and know the magnitude at a contest in which three worlds arc specially interested From all the I seven worlds which my text calls the Pleiades there come no such powerful influences as from the two worlds that I am now mentioning My only i hope for this world is in the rcen forcemeat that is to come front an t other wand But that is promIsed- t I nnd so I feel as sure of the ratifica tioa of all evil as though looking out I of my window today I saw the parks I anothIi flying through the midst o r Heaven with the news that the kingdoms of jI this world have become the kingdoms- of our LordI I j iMy text called Job and gulls us to consider the sweet influences We if put too much emphasis upon the acids ities of life upon the irritations of life upon the disappointments of i life Aimnianus MarcellSnus said tbat Chaldea was in olden times overrunI j with lions but many of them lost their power because the great swamps produced many gnats that would get into the eyes of the lions and the- r lions to free themselves of the gnats would gnu their own ryes out and then starve And in our time many aI Hon has been overcome by a gnat 11The little stinging annoyances of lifer j keep us from appreciating the sweet j influences And how many of these ofoi I Louie however plain it may be That- e is the harbor into which we sail That is the goal for which we run That is the place where we rest There abide all confidence and nffec tions There we lay our plans There we extend our sympathies There we talk over our successes There we unload our griefs Its four palls shut out a prying and inquisitive 1world Thank God for the home in which we were born the home in which we now live the home in which IIwt expert to dial Not sufficiently do we recognize theI sweet influences of the wife We men are of a rougher mold and our voice is loud and our manners need to be I tamed and gentleness is not as much Ilof a characteristic ns it ought to be 1and we often say things we ought t take back It is to change this that the good wife comes in The interests of I the twain are identical That which from outsiders would be consideredI criticism anti to be resented becomes kindly suggestion sweet influence that make us better men than we oth ji erwise would lat bt en or could haveI been The sweet influence of the heavenly I world which many wise men thonging J 111for n long while was Alcyone thecen ster of the constellation of the J leiI residencerj i luminatton world of reunion world j where we shall be everlastingly com i I plete world where our old faculties I j j andjthroughLI whose grace we got there at all and apostles and poets TIabakkuk and St VonaShhsi I eternal day std Boratins Bonus of Moretand Mrs Hemans and Mrs Sigourney 11who struck their harps till nations Us tened and David the victor over Go Hath with what seemed insufficient rotlonged day in Gibson and Havelo k the evangelist hero and those thou sands of men of the sword who fought todmove guests to What personages to visit What choirs to chant What banquets with lifted chalices filled with the newt wine of the kingdom What victories to celebrateThe of that world and its holy hilarities come in upon our soul sometimes in song sometimes in ser eman sometimes in hours of solitary reflection and they are to use times words of my text sweet influences Hut there is one star that affects us snore with its sweet influence than the center star the Alcyone of the Plei goes and that is what one Bible au thor calls the Star of Jacob and snot er Bible author calls the Morning Star Sweet influences of the Holy Ghost with all His transforming nod com fortingandemancipatingpower When that power is fully felt there will be no more sins to pardon and no mot wrongs to correct and no more s Cr rows to comfort and no more bondage shiphPleiades for safe navigation and Set soil in Mediterranean waters but were sure to get back into port before the constellation Orion came into sight the season of cyclone and hurri= cane so there is a time to sail for Hear en and that is while the sweet in fluences are upon us and before the storms overtake the delay Open all your soul to the light and warmth and comfort and inspiration of that Gos gel which has already peopled Heaven with millions of the ransomed and is helping millions to that glorious desti nation Do not postpone the things of God and eternity till the storms of life swoop and the agitations of a great future are upon us Do not dare wait until Orion takes the place of the Pleiades Weigh anchor now and with chart unrolled and pilot on board head thatseawait all the souls forgiven And they need no candle neither light of thesun for the Lord Got giveth thenk tight and they shall ramps forever aaM eocrn YAUPt- ii P IGa EXATlVFXCSlbenTJ 1tG J 1S REfRfSI iAND ACTS PLEASANTLY AND GENTLY lfASSISTS o nsnPA1101oOV11 With many millions of families Syrup of Figs has become theIideal home laxative The combination is a simple and wholesomeI SyrupCompanywhich have commended it to the favorable consideration of the most eminent physicians and to the intelligent appreciation of all who agentsSyrupgently with perfectfreedomIn the process manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinally laxative principles of the combination are obtained from plants known to act most bene ficially on the system To jet iHs benefkiaJ effectsbxiy the ervuirverM nvifactured by ittr1it iqrupoLouisville KyS n EranciBco CeJ Ney YorktN FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS PRICE sot PR BOTTLE OLDEST DOLL IN AMERICA 0Ceorgln Owned by Mrs Lincoln of Cbrl rn Maanncliimrlta linn Ui Itcd In Three Centuries The oldest doll as far as known in any part of this country is Georgia the property of Mrs Alice L Lincoln of Chelsea Mass Georgia bring over a hundred years old can well boast of hating lived in three ccnturir Four eii erations of children have petted and beaten her by turns and although her smiling countenance bears many a mark of the whips and scorns of time and her shapely brown head with an occasional ugly dent would seem to indicate that the skull might easily stand a little trepanning never theless this childrens idol of bygone days is in a remarkable state of pres ervationGeorgia was originally a south ern lassie and was raised in Mil ledgcville Ga befo de wah She I was given to Mrs Lincolns mother in exchange for a ring by Miss Weekes an old schoolmate The lattcrs mother had previously paraded the doll in the doll carriage of her times and perhaps if Georgia could onlyI use the artificial tongue with which she is provided her previous family history might prove her right ful eligibility to the Society of Coloni al Dames THE 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The pa per bills show they have been handled with care despite the fuel that the old woman claims to have 1 had them In her possession since j 1SC3 nic Money in Potatorn It is estimated that one county on the eastern shore of lrginicon taming a population of about 13000 sold this year 550000 barrels of Irish potatoes at1 profit of 1000000 whicu means that every man woman andtcnild in the county would be en titled to receive if the money were distributed pro rata something more than ST3 from one crop alone wog uolat ifortt in Amtriran tilt itprvjtt and ttu ifit shoed IitUt upon katfvc xIv Loat- aad prkeeasped co 01100 where on receipt of pare Uotnl for ramace Tai menu of tot as shown s desirni t a and with nsaillywom plainoroxn n or bght sulin i Brochton Mass r WORK DoY06D m THE WEI IITHE ORIGINAL t 1aW1El A SH outsGelbOTfIIig i4Ieethos ttuCsyIs a 7 Re 5ldR6 PR TloYIiQ W 13iVI t- j Loop tog ACATALOGUES FREe SHOWING FULL LINE Of GARMENTS AND HAT I AJTOWER COBO5TONMA55 4 ems ITHEI DIRECT 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Del has already completed eight steamers this 7car and nine more are yif hat wVj T There We more newspapers pub fished in Iowa in proportion to the population than in any other state of the union Bats measuring nenfjy fiyqJfc t i haveibeen found in a cave near Tanga in east Africa t Bret llarte has a great dislike forl ltheinterviewing reporter and will1 not knowingly express an opinion iin his presence Baltimore has just finished two At lantic passengers liners to ply between London and New York each be- ingi 050 feet long A sheep owned by an Addison coup ty N Y farmer hers yielded two fleeces this cnrone white as snoiv the other black as ink The old Paul Revere house at Wa moneyusedprinted is about to be demolished Inventor of the diamond drill a de vice which has added millions to the mineral wealth of the world Ashel I J Severance died in poverty in Dor ver recently The King of Greece delights in taking recreation in the fields He can plow cut and bind corn milk cows and in short could at a pinch keep a farm going singlehanded Taking into consideration the num ber of ships that are on the seas and navigable waters of the world it is estimated that about 1700000 of the worlds population are constantly afloatPercy B Burnet of Chicago has been engaged as head of the depart ment of French and Spanish in Butler college Indianapolis to take the place 4 4ofEdgar W Abbott who died last summerIn trial between New York 1andBoston the other day the llus sian battleship Retvizan built by the Cramps of Philadelphia averaged s nearly nineteen knots an hour for 12 I b J consecutiYJ boufJcc J The oroVvn prince of Germany is go lug to England to learn English ways and customs It is thought by the emperor that he will gain valuable 1 knowledge about commercial and 1manufacturing affairs The lead pcneil industry in Ger many is at present suffering from American competition It is alleged that our success in this branch of industry is mostly due to the perfec tion of the machinery x Frank If Buhl expresident of the Sharon Steel Co has promised to give 200000 for a public building at Sharon Pa The town must provide for its maintenance and it must be kept open seven days a weekoAccording to the London Daily Mail the chief claim of the parish church nt Avening lies in the fact that it is probably the only church within the British Isles where a highwayman has been honored with a monument That a corpse has value and that damages can be claimed for its injury is a new point in law just establishedd by the appellate court in a decision handed down from an appealed case in the Illinois count circuit court The advance on manila rope which at present is selling at 124 cents a pound has been advanced 4 cents within the past two months and dealers are of the opinion that the price on the better quality will continue to climb Twentyfive hundred pure white nni mals about the size of ordinary sheep gentle of disposition and mild of face have begun the tasks of devouring a jungle covering 1500 acres in Prince Georges county Maryland So dense is the tangled mass of small trees undergrowth vine and weeds of a hundred varieties that man can nol penetrate it without wielding ax and scytheThere is something intensely amus lug in the new wrinkle taught by T r Daviljiers to the Lingue des Pat riofcs composed principally of those famous bloodless duelists of France He teach es the believers in the code how tr shoot at each other with real pistols in a businesslike way ushig tallow ii powderiit equanimittrevolvertIlev George Link of Laporte Ind who enjoys the distinction of beinp one of the five active ministers of the 1h Lutheran denomination in the units t f States who have served 50 years cele brated his golden anniversary the oth erdayAmerican stamps have been known i to sell from 1000 to 4200 and one t Alabama stamp sold for 600 One o- stampthe most remarkable English Is the strawcolored queens head iis- sued in 1862 It is worth S150 At I English penny black the first stamp ever issued now brings 75 and sont Cud an stamps have sold for 350 i 1t 1 1ii i i 4 HEH E PI THE PENALTY Murderer of President McKinley Was lElectrocuted in Auburn Prispn Tuesday Morning The Assassin Suffered a Slight Nerv ous Attack Monday Evening But Remained Stoical and Sullen Czolgosz Was Dressed For the lixicution in a Pair of Black Trousers a Loose Gray Shirt and a Pair of SocksII I The Kniiiily KelimiulMhcil AH Clnlm I on the Hotly iiiul It Will lie i Hurled In the Cemetery At tuchetl to the Prison Auburn N Y Oct 2Leon P CrolgoiK paid tribute with his Ufa to the law as the murderer of President William McKinley at 715 oclock TuesdayI morning He went to the electric chair uncanfcned and unre ipentantColgosz was dressed in a very sim pIe irmnner for Clio execution u pair of black trousers a loose gray SI1tII and of socksa pair gray completing I the outfit He wore no unclergiir meats and no shoes The left leg of the trousers wad slit at the bottom tto permit the free adjustment of the electrode and the shirt was opemid at the neck He suffered n slight nervous attack Monday evening but remained sullen l and stoical until the prison closed at 10 oclock He refused to heed the words of the priests who came to urge spiritual preparation for lentil and declined either to n vnibmce nnIarchy WAS iany of those higher ccatiiderations which ordinarily claim the thoughts of men occupying his position He may have suffered untold tor ture but outwardly he seemed sullen and indifferent The state is not to surrender possession of his body und by sundown it will have been secretly interred in ground controlled by the of Auburn prison THE ELECTRICAL CHAIR At the Saggestlon of Former Wnr den Daiiuamnrii Irl on Im provement was 3In Ic i The prisoner suffered no loss of appetite and during the day ate the usual allowance of food given to prisoners Throughout his entire confinement he had a good appetite and his physical condition was excel1 lent He weighed about 155 uaund which was thought to represent a slight gain since his arrest Under orders from the warden a coffin was also prepared The latter is of plain pine stained black The body of Leon Colgosz the murderer of President McKinley wi not be removed from Auburn Superintendent of State Prisons Cornelia 1 V Collins and Warden Warren11I Mend after hours of controversy i with Czolgoszs brother succeeded in obtaining from him the following relinquishmcnt of the family claims to the remains when the executioner shall have finished his work Auburn N YoOct 2SJ Warren Mead Agent and Warden Prison I hereby authorize AuburnIIII warden of Auburn prison to of the body of my brother Leon F eeince tery attached to the prison as pro vided by the law of thee state of Sew York This request made upon the paSrt of the remains will be given to any person or society but that the entire body will be burled in accordance C with the law in the cemetery attachedI to the prison WALDECK CZOLGOSZ Witnesses John A Sicichcr Jeo E Graham MUSEUM KEEPERS OFFER TclFKrapheil that lie would POT f5OOO For Either Body or the Garment of the Murderer The resolution of Superintendent Collins to prevent sensation = in the transportntaon and burial4erema t ti i tion of the body of Oolgosz took new zest from two offers that Icci jmthIiiuttetl Monday by men of questionable enterprise A museum keeper inoner of the larger eastern cities tcltrgraph ed him an offer of S5ou0 spot cosh for either the body or the gannnf of ufkmetoileol 1tl a that he would pay 3000 for pqrniis sion to take n moving picturbf CsPjdl goz entering the death chajSWv The agreement signed prohi lttxny portion of the body beinsr femoVedt from the prison and this mill be strictly cnforelClfMonday night Superintend t Col iitIlofrontannouncing that the father of thu convicted man had signed ait agree = 1ythe evlgtrggiving posnl of the body IIx HIS LAST INTERVIEW t tThethe Coiidemiiod Muu Cnlivil on lllmt t Czolgosz held his last two tliitcc views Monday night the fir mt Superintendent Collins and the seer and with his brother and brOtherin flaw Both of the intervieN word brief and the interviewers did most of the talking until the question of religion was mentioned when eral1 go z broke from his seeming lethargy and violently denounced the church and the clergy and made his relatives promise that there should be no services for him living or dead At S oclock the brother and brother in law arrived and Sueprintemlcnt Colin took them down to the condemned maiis cell lhere was nod lIIon stration when they met Czolgos- merely stepped to the front of his steel cage and suid Hello IIOLGOSZ EXECUTED I r J IK yfasrani ul ihi Zoorh Aviue f Jlt and Execution RnJoA aucnAr The heather ventured the remarkI wish you would tell us Lean who got you into this pcrape The assassin ansu red in a slow hesitating manner No one Nobody had anything to do with it but roe That is not how you were brought up said the brother and you ought to tell us everything now I havent got anything to tell he answered in a surly manner Do you want to see the priest again asked his brother and he answered with more vehemence than + he had previously shown S- drn o them dont send them Imre again I dont want them The brotherinlaw interjected here hats right Leon The brother looked rather disturbed h by the answer Then stepping up close to the bars the condemned man praysing over me when Im dead I t want it I dont want any of tir- edm r religion There was a painful pause of a few minutes and then tile relatives ie sUm d casual conversation with him sIbrotherinlaw suggested1 much to Superintendent Collins SILT prise that he and the brother be pd mittcd to see the execution Befog IeonICxolgos Yes Mr Superintond cnt let them see me kil1el1oSuperintendent Collins told tier trio in emphatic terms that no such thing could be allowed and ordered theut to say goodbye zolgosz walked to the back of hill cell sat down on the edge of his cot and did not answer the last farewell a Castro Elected President New York Oct IA cable dis patch announcing the election of Pres ident Castro of Venezuela who h1 been provisional president for milyear has been receivedat the Vc nezuclnn consulate in this city ThSi official proclamation will be madiTuesday by the congress of tha country A Schley Club Organized Rice lull Mo Oet WA Schlov iI club has been organized here hy so t- of Vdm Schleys democratic admirers Strong resolutions endorsing him fora the next democratic presidential non t ination were passed YJbrokeus wtgon record at Billings park making thej circuit in s 201 The former record was 201 held by Little Doyc t SECOND TRIAL ENDED 1 Caleb Powers Again Receives a Life Sentence Attorneys For Defense Made n Mo tion For Another Trlul Hut It Was Overruled May Goto ir the Appellate Courts Georgetown Iy Oct BA 46hlf second time a jury of 12 men Saturday gave Caleb Powers a life sentence in the penftenfTSTy foV m pTfac W murder William Goebel The jury was given the indictment and instruc tions and retired at 220 Saturday afternoon to make n verdict Very few of the immense crowd present left the courtroom bjit waited nnd anxiously watched the door of the jruy room Atv304 just 14 minutes after retir ing a juror opened the door and noti fied a deputy sheriff that a verdi t lied been reached They fllad into their accustomed seats 1 4it deathlike hush pervaded the tfittnce Gentlemen hun you made a vcr diet 1 asked Judge Cantrill We hoe answered Juror 11 S Calvert a schoolmate bf Powers who hail been made foreman The slip of paper containing the verdict wns handed to the clerk who read11e the jury ilnd the defendant guilty aid fix his punishment at confinement in the penitentiary for life 11 S Cal vert foreman At 430 Judgo Sims filed the grounds and motion for a new trial which were overruled The grounds wo that the jurymen were nil democrats that Judge Cantrill should have va cated the bench and should have Capzwhen asked if he had any reason for not being sentenced said he had reasons but wouldnot givetheni now Isis attorneys prayejl an appeal o the court of appeals and were gin till February to fileli bill of exceptions Powers was remanded to the Frankfort jail for safekeeping and was taken there Saturday night A RACE WAR ncnpirnt Ilnttle Hettrovti AVhltcK and flacks In AVRHlilnntci- nIariHh Iiiiltlnnn Amite City Ln Oct 29Thrle white men and 11 Negroes killed is the startling news from Washington parish The first news of the race riot was brought here Monday by Cor nelius lion who with his rnpfher left front ncnr Franklinton Monday morning He stated that white men rodw into Franklinton at S oVIuck Monday morning nuking for help say inn that the Negroes wore up in arms thraatonrmr Ito e LduinitiiCr v thtf ilk tt s1e given of the trotJtsat or near Ikilltown where a Negro was burned last veek for eriininnliy assaulting a white woman This was not pie cause however of the mar tiers Sunday in which three white men and 31 Negroes were killed and sev eral wounded Mr Mixon sites and talked with many men from the scent and they said more nail worse trouble was expected Monday as arm ed men were flocking to the scene and it was reported the blacks were equally active in preparing for a bat tIe P 15 Carter arrived from Frank linton a little after dark Monday night and said that the situation was terrible and more trouble is feanjd Baton IZouge La Oct 9Coy Heard received a message Monday sit ernoon from Deputy Sheriff Simmoius of Washington parish saying that a terrible riot was in progress between whites and blacks in that parish 10 being already dead and requesting the governor to send troops at once Gov Heard wired Gov Longino of Mississippi for permission for armed troops to pass through the state of Mississippi and Gov Longiuo answered promptly granting the required permission tMRS GRANT ILL Widow fif Gen U S Grunt Confined loner House at AVnuhluRtoii Not Regarded Critical Washington Oct 9lies Julia Dent Grant widow of Gen U S Grant iis ill at her home here She erher return from Canada about ten days ago At present her illness is not regarded as critical It began with n cold and the developments have been such as to alarm her friends Monday she was thought to be a littlebetter T W CrldlerH nell nntlou- I Washington Oct 2DWhile Mr Thomas W Cridler has not yet for mally resigned his position as third assistant secretors of state there is perfect understanding between See retary Hay and himself and Mr Cridlcr will leave the state depart ment when he has concluded his ar rangements with the Louisiana Pur chase exposition manAgcmenu f t t ItcIatlonM Strained London Oct 2S TJumors are rur rentjig ministerial circles that the re lations between King Edward and Prime Minister Salisbury are strained tenderednhis resignation and that thedcing refused i i l to accept it The MnrrliiKC Is Invalid rfihrleston S c Oct 2S Th3 court of common pleas in Florence county this state has decided that a marriage 1 fiin this rate bettrccn aw ute man nUll a cgro woman M in I G7 l in i it 1 U MONKEY SLEW THE SNAKE j i Strategy of the Bold Simian Was Too t i3fch for the Cobra nod the I former Won I At Bangalore India not long ago B battle between a monkey and a snake was witnessed by a party of Europeans The reptile a cobra was enjoying a sun bath near the high Au1tnri from the beaten track of jungle travel when the monkey espiedliiru and deliberately put an end to hisysje tab hurling at him every missile tiei could find The snake wriggled awhile under the pun r ishmenU toil then la fury gave I chhc ilt Ll rmai yr The little simian was far too agile for the rep tile however and kept him at a safe distance until a pile of rocks was Ij reached On this the monkey calmly l perched with his back against a bowlder and awaited the onslaughtI The snake came up in blind rage and again and again struck at theII monkey who dodged every blow J llowing the venomous head to strike bcIcameI lip battered himself against theIt 1 bowlder and at lASt bleeding affil ex I hRUstcft lay at full length With every lighting instinct subdued This was 1 the monkeys opportunity Seizing I the snake by the neck he quickly j rubbed the head off against a sharp point ot rock and then climbed a tree mid chattered gleefully at the admiring I human spectators who showcdtt their appreciation of the spectacle i he had afforded by leaving a banquet of JulianI corn and supine cane for 1 the victor CHOICE SMOKES RECOVERED CJtRraifeared In the XVrrrIlenealli the Wave Private advices to a London tobacco dealer give the information that some 7000 of the costly cigars shipped for the use of the duke of Cornwall nail his suite while in Canada have been t recovered from the hullof the wrecked liner Lusitania on the east roust of Newfoundland In nil 10000 of the highest clogs cigars intended for royal1 uses were on the Lusitnnia packed in hermetically sealed eases 19atqi i Ophir Each cigar was valued at three h shillingsSo were the costly smokes that in case the crew might break open the cases they were packed in the extreme stern of the ship and bolted behind heavy planking When it became known to the islanders that the dukes cigars were part of tho Lusitunias cargo a patrol was estab lished to search for boxes ou the bench reeledinwithout stint Speculators wanted them also Itut their dreams came to notHlrtg nJw Rifer ten weeks work have now got at lhe cigars and according to the cable have saved 7000 ill good condition The other 3000 were washed out of the wreck Meanwhile however the dukes cigar order has been duplicated in London An Eiiterpriniiii Ynnlice An American once went to Wind seeingQueenwas quite impossible as an audience with the queen could be had only by appointment Still he persisted and then they told him flatfooted that before seeing the queen he must state the object of his visit He said he minted to show her a new piece of furniturea throne bed a perfect throne by day and u perfect bed at night An Incomplete House IWe run wild over the furnishings of rhouse its furniture carpets hangings pi tures and music and always forget or nee shelftott SomeIattacks inthebae1achetoothachenothing easier to get than a bottle of St tkIyi goodsupply f The Lust Word Mrs Jigsby the discussion having Ilecome tilldoomsday doItombstonethatChicago Tribune Paradise for Sportsmen To him who knows not where to go there can be no better place suggested than tho Pocono mountains Ilying in the northeast ern part of Pennsylvania along the beautiful Delaware river Whether you go for health or sport you can hardly experience formerTheIjCOO to 2000 feet and are one dense growth otherMargeregion is visited by thousands of sportsmen every year there seems to be no noticeable TIlePocono theVhnebCleenlice Choice Doctor aredrinkingw swarmsithit t themPatient oonerhetoEdnest for the Rowels No matter what ails you headache to a yourbowelscure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back putpstampedon it Beware of imitations Knowledge and Speech One great trouble said Uncle Eben is dot when a man is smnlit enough tosay anyfing wuf hearin he if also sinaht muchYasbinstonPost Cnre of the Complexion Many persons with delicate skin suffer greatly in winter from chapping Fre ofimpureclearhotmuttontallow thebathp- iii First tour In the Country Mother Why baby whats the matter bumblebee To Cure a Cold In One Day AIdMabels Haste Mabel doesnt brfieve in + understoodlfabePmoney Cleveland Plain healer I am sure Pisos Cures forHConKumniion fhosnobbinl YFebIt jis easy to convince a woman bus she will not stay convinced WauWngton 1a Democrat Halos Honey of Horehound and Tar re lieves whooping cough Pikes Toothache Drops Cure Done minute trytoS Bronchitis Cnn lie Oared v With Hoxsies Croup Cure speedily 50 cts nlwnysdarkerPUTNAM FADELESS DYES color silk wool or cotton perfectly at one boiling People who get the hardest knocks have the best idea of life Atchison Globe Mrs Ellen Ripley Chaplain Ladies Aid Grand Army of the Republic No 7 222 loth Ave N R Minneapolis Minn Strongly Endorses Lydia E Pin hams Vegetable Compound I ht II DEAR MRS PINKHAM Your Vegetable Compound ured Mme of ulceration of the womb and getting such a complete cure 1 felt that the medicine had genuine merit and was well worth recommending to other sick womenr jf yoilbeforeyour m ne ut fact it is the only real reliable remedy I know of for a sickorgan 0 I have not I yet founda Case of ovarian or womb trouble b which has net been relieved or cured by the faithful use ofF diaVE Pinkhams Vegetable Compound ftf You have brought health to hundreds of women in bMinneapolis as you have no doubt to others over the countryllns ELLEN RIPLEY GENUINEWhenstnmtionweaknessbearlugdownflatulencegeneralshou1arememberPJnkl1i1mVegetable pndunqualIfied curesoftang c