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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f FIE HICKMAl COURIERS 6t l y y t I 0 J q c s iI OLDEST N WSPAPEB IIST Wr TERN KENTUCKY c u ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COU N XXXVIxI NO 21 t twara I WHEN THE EASTER GUEST ARRIVES I properfurnishings eptedbyinterestingfeatureextra good values Weve placed on sale for tho Easter buying unusually attractive lines of swollesl furnishings 1andthe careful moaner in which we price them makes this stock of keenest interest to the economically inclined and the styles will certainly appeal to all lovers of the new and Beautiful r All Wool Carpets from 50cup Good Tapsiry a 55c Wilton Velvet at 90c r Exminster at SOO1 C Beautiful line Moquette and Smyrna Rugs 1- rt TEPHENS i1TICICUAN i ITHt YKY 11I 4 THE NEXT CONGRESS V The Washington correspondents are sending to their respective papers pre dic ionsconcerning the political com plexionof the next House of Repro sentatives which will consist of 3SG members The present House consists of 357 reco1tapporttonmentlaw J Democrats claim twelve as certain stud grant oulyr four or five as certain Re wpublican leaving twelve or thirteen as t doubtfulI The Republican majority inI yw a rtblO AAdSJ 1 yptn-oi ocratic party to control the next House j Xr they must win twenty seats of the 1R present membership and fourteen of J the added membership This is not n- ivery large gain and larger tains have been often made heretofore by each of the parties In the 43rd Congress the Republicans controlled the House by a remarkable revolution the Democrats controlled the House in tho 41th 45th and 4Gth Congress s a majority of the Congressional Districts of the United States are nor mally Democratic Even when the Senate and Presidency are fairly Republican the Democrats tarry n majority of the districts trhis is lcdil yaccounted for by ho difference in local majorities And sometimes the Dem 4ocrats elect a largo majority of Repre sentatives in States which are largely Republican RHODES WilL Cecil Rhodes will is characteristic of the man big- England America Germany and all English speakurg countries are pro vided for One of the must famous country places in tno world is given to South Africa as a residence for its Prime Minister His own grave is to boon the top of an inaccessible moun tin his tomb cut from the solid rock 20000 per annum left to keep his 31lgrave green and a railroad built to it r so that people may come out from Capo y Town and inspect thet maji ty and i glory of their surroundings q By his will he pays the expenses of about 100 Americans Jlff 0 each and a largo number of Canadians Austra liars Englishmen from nil Englands colonies ot Scotch Irish and English at Oxford forever The high price of beef Is duo to ai short corn crop and to the increased L consumption brought about by the fact that more people are able to have beefsteak A WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS Mifes Mary Burkliart whose home is in Lane Wolf county Ky has it is caudidate ticket in the Tenths district She in tends to make a house tohouse can vass and says there is no law to pre vent her from taking her seat in Con gross if she receives a majority of the I votes cast She is goodlooking and wealthy MRS NATIONS FACE NEBRASKA CITY Neb April 5 Mrs Carrie Nation was arrested hero to day null taken to jail but was released on her promise to leave by the next train She had been making rounds of the saloons told at one time threatened to demolish a huge picture and smash tho bar Tile bartender warned sloppedhorloon She soon returned with a party of adherents but a policeman arrested her and escorted her to jail Before hearing she exacted a promise that the bar tender should bo prosecuted THE MILITIA This country does not maintain a great standing army but depends for its defence upon the military forces of the States And yet there is no ad equate provision for maintaining arms fug and equipping this reserve force There iis now pending in Congress a bill that is intended to put the military on a respectable footing and every patriotic Representative and Senator should support it Of the present law saysThough manydinesgenerally astonished when ho is told that the mationul military laws now in force in the United States provides that the enrolled militiamen shall be armed with 4 i good musket or firelock of a sufficient bore for balls of the eighteenth partor a pound two square flints a pouch or box to contain not less than tI twenty four cartridges or with a good potrderhiornThat tho weapons in use in 1702 when the only national militia law that wo have lover had was enacted t Pdiflti Paint Paint j Peaslee Gaulbert gojs best quality house paint Stainsrt taidOil Fnisll Buggyy Paints Linseed Oil Tel r pontine White Lead YelW Ochre Paint and Var 0 nish Brushes at j 8WATf2S Xhe X i b I If hi need of any of the above hcivites you to call and let him male you prices on same before buying r I t 4j i r- w t vvWa ISHE HAD A BUSINESS HEAD Chicago Journal Illtnoi1has wluisrnnccVhenoungelthan ofhitsherToday jvouli not sell little brother Ho said i1 would give me a whole room full o littlebrotherThe child shook her head hiahowk rOQrn d thingyouthink Id bbtter let the man have littlbrother keelhimph more then 4 MEMORIAL SERVICES t When tho Confederate veteraus meet in Dallas and after the convention ha seepndaymemorial services will be held for one hour At that moment the conventioi willsuspend business for this sacred l1urposekand without regard to what iii place the Hags will be draped in mourning as a mark of respect to the beloved Daughters of Confederacy and to tho memory 01 every Confederate soldier who has gon- into eternity and prayers wilt bo otter ed for all the living heroes DOUBLE WEDDING Sunday afternoon at 280 oclock att the home of Es j Roberts in South bnlton Mr Juo McWhirter and Mis Leonora Armstrong and Mr W M Wcatnorford and Miss Sallio Bone performed trate All parties hail from Buggs store1ulton Leader r50000 Fifty thousand dollars will cover all the expenses incident to the sickness and death of the late President Me Kinley and an item for that amount will be placed in tho general deficiency bill About half the amount will be distributed among tho physicians who were engaged on the case Co- i made BOY FAMINEt April 5 Messenger girls messeugeboysseveral mouths ago is again being by the com panics Chicago at present is the throes a boy famine and the and telephone companies considering the advisability hiring girls to erraus DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTIONS Daniel in his day and is time awa with caucuses They make men little and men The true tho power is some advancement thenrbutto the millennium course ve teaching the Fill inos national anti horror repudiation by giving them the cent dollar 1 j 1N ANTED A DIVORCE IAnA key into the clerks oflicey r IlIftit9 asked Casoy Allin Id cost him to get a vorcoiK fts told that it would taker aboatT untie tho knot No ulCliffiguresde said t i tllas replaced his hat f and JHarrodsburg Herald w ARE FOUND Itdc tract from the beauty s saythet womentrthero theidosmarries S a man Or marriage may not make you b tnor even becoming a widow suet that even trom the I beginnijCS4IJawesville Plaindealer HARPTHE OLD SISTER settsry for Clio old courthouse for I Its talKtuFabout so I know earn mu9i lurn a heap I not think tho poqplufliight so hard tho oldHister grshe has been faithful a long tiino Correspondence Herald Lcdgfir J I I JOYe foreI I some hmOjfbcD catm wireless telt+ g raphy 4Ifo could only have biteless uiosguitp aknd speechless pcliticians fullGlenng d r actors Bail PliglitR Twoyago as a result a sever 1tlYVOIcewrltesDrMLScarbrougot edy kngwt4me as a practicing physi cian foriJIJears failed and I daily grew wow Being urged to try Dr iscoveryforConsumptionCoughs and for isIaHrftcu days have felt bettor than fotiw Yenri3 Positively guaranteed for hroat and Lung troubles- byOowb11I fiOc and 100 bottleaol THEM Elvira to have high ideals I khohe fellow shos feetPhiladelphiaBnllotin f 1rI T mmNO TRICK BOUT IT I HERES trick about dress tinghell and stylishly Neither i expensive you i know whereto have your clothes made Come toms and let us order J your suit for trousers from I Ube International TTailorfngIi it t i of New l orfe ant Gbicago a the largest and most reliable tailoring concern In the world 5 and youll be sure to get thoroughly stylish and 1 perfect fitting garments at considerably than youd have to pay for them anywhere else K The International line of samples includes everything that is hobby and uptodate for Spring and Summer wear Wed like to have the pleasure of showing them to you J i 0 H O AMBGRG Local AgntI Chicago considered local messenger in of genuine messenger telegraph are of run Webster said generation It to do great little great source of people Pe haps we have made political Of are s honor of 50 stepped what J di it- t ho W it EY caA lIo much its do to be on f of Cowgill Trial girds engaged no is it if next t well less 4 t VTIIEjBEST IS THE CHEAPEST Notlichmp but how good is the question The TWICE A WEEi REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all the news that iis worth printing If you road it ajl the year round you are I posted ou all tho important and inter- estingI affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that 1 money and brains can produce and iIdistinguishingIto be read by all members of the family SSubscriprion price SI a year Any postmasteryrecetyc your subscriptionior you may wail it direct DIorMayfieldQtho Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis The Mayfield Mirrow says There is correspondence going on now between local capitalists and the offici nlsof the N C and St L railroad toward building a line from Mayfield to tlieTnearest branch of this road o tffc t + to vj I I NEW SPRING GOODS its SpringGoodsyou a and wt 1Selected1 line ot fine good DRESS GOODS AND IltZM MMNS A SPEa ATBest Percales 80Best 30IWhite Piques 10 to 30 Embroiderys in assorted lots 1A rr andClfiildrersstriped Best Bleached and unbleached Domestic 5 to 10C FURNISHINGSlstock of hats to be closed out at Low Prices SHOES Large and Nice Line of Gents Shoes at Low Price Ladies and Cluldrens new and nice line of Shoes r and SlipperSjaHow price TRUNKS a i Good Line of new trunks 150 to ai CARPET A fine Line of New Carpet Samples in Dillon Vel vet Tapestry andIngrains BOYS IBoysJ call and see for yourself tr2 DaSZ Q a HICKMAN KENTUCKY I 1LI ONE CEftT A MILE TO TEXAS On account of the Confederate Veteran Reunion April 22nd to Sth round trip tickets will be sold to Dnllas via the Cotton Belt at n ttery low rate of WlU omilt LJ lCltAt Pr H JttJli t kl lPiTl P 18th 19th and 20th flnil wlHfBJ liiiilfefr to May 2nd for return hOI will bo ex tended to May lith if desired Stop overs will bo allowed at any points in Arkansas or Texas on either going or tripticketsparts of Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory The round trip rate from Cairo will be 1215 If yonover expect to visit Texas this will ho tho chance of your life to do so For rate and sched ute from your home town and for hand comelyI illustrated pamphletsdescribing Arkansas and Texas write to M ADAMI TPA Cairo Illinois In the death of Cecil Rhodes ro maser has boon 5ce1rhE ro was no project to great for his ambition and he firmly believed in the maxim that ft man cats got anything ho wants if he wants it enough The great struggle now going on lin South Africa is the direct outcome of his gigantic plans for i ho overthrow of all control save that of England and the welding together of the inhabitants under the union jack He lived to sco tho dream almost realized Joe Mnlhattnn has bobtail up in Mercer county Ky whuro ho has dis covered a knob GOJ foot high on tho farm of Dr U A Tnylor thnt floats The knob covers nn arin of several icres J It twits notiewl a few days ago hut the knh had separated from the earth and rijipeariut Ux bn Unatint iroaud as if ou It lace Inttiy of water HIP spaci between tho separate bodies iU nuout sixi inches from which there oines nsiuud like hailing gas thought 10 gas tins ever itssuwl therefrom The knob moves in a rotary manner and is very susceptible T- In spite of Sjiui JOntS assistance in the campaign the antisaloon ticket in Nashville was snowed under in the recent Democratic primary MORE RAILROAD RUMORSr effectthatCentral to extend its Tiger Tail branch recently opefied be weep DyersbUrg bSttoLiptonxl diHtaucel wouldbepilowlandsTIptomilIe i nection to Reelfoot lake and to furnish a valuable feeder to the Illinois Central at Dyersburg It is thought that work will he com menced on the forty mile extension early in tho fall and it will be pushed right through to completion when once AppealrThe Courier predicts that the first railroad to Tiptonvillo jvill be built from llickmari and this when the leye is an assured fact Until a levee is assured any railroad ju that direction is not probable but when it is railroad lines will be running over each outer to get into that rich county first When the levee is certainty wo have reason P to boleive a railroad from Hickman will be completed before the levee is I i The Urcal Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness culls and fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid Wu tried tunny remedies for Malaria nod Stonir wh and Liver troubles tt writes John hIarle3ton of Byesville 0 bnt uever found anything its good as Electric Bitters Try them Only 50c Cow gill C Cowgill guarantee satisfaction Ex Gov John Young brown who located in Louisville at the expiration Ii i of his Gubnertorial term now returns Henderson to livehis old homeIIto FURNITURE FURNITURE f We have just received a CAR LOAD of Furniture which is gracefulnowr and most elegant seen in Hiukman Our Furniture is made for 1use null beauty We sell only the right kind 1 andwhile our prices are remarkably low the quality of the goods has never I been permitted to decline Come and see these OAIt BEDROOM SUITS from 10 to GO BEDSTEADS from 175 to Stl IRON BEDSTEADS from 195 to 18 SAFES AND CUPBOARDS from SI 95 to 88C5 t ROCKERS all kinds from SOc to 59 1 i1 MATTRESSES from SI to S10 1 1 Morris Phillips Hickman Kytt 1 Ic J ti t- 4Q t oj w ys P = 1 1 d a VNn n= r CASHI OASH CASH I I have the largest and best sele jd stock of Fresh Groceries in the city which I am selling as low as the lowest for Cash and Cash only I also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness which will be sold at rock bottom prices Call and examine my stock and be convinced E 3VeEBAms Trt Ito vezY bo o 61a TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC l FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga A St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to induce u 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 tho cooperation and the assistance f ie people of every county througu which its lines pass Thelmauagenient earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for will send a brief description of saleJJ the railroad agent nearest them 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 im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonizationI at low prices are especially I J B KILLEBREW Industrial and Immigration Agent H F SMITH Traffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN POST LENTEN DANCE Quito a pleasant dance was given at the Oity Hall last Monday evening which was largely attended there being a number of visitors from our neighboring towns Refreshments were served at Caruthers Cafe from 1130 to 1230 Among those present were Miss Bess CaseA a Faris Miss liable French C B Travis Miss Morgan L D Simmons Mrs Nannie KingmanM B Shaw i Miss Jonnie UayceH Tipton Miss May McDeorman R R Isler Mis Marie Brevsrd L Naylor Mary Beckham Union Oity C Bondurant Miss Mary Swiggart Union City II C Alexander Miss I Mary Anderson W G Lutes Miss Bess Herring Win Hubbard T T Swayno and wife L S Shaw and wife E it Ellison and wife Morris Miles Union City Garth Gilcrist W S Ellison and wife L B Herring and wife Union City R A Tyler Mr and Mrs Geo Cowles and Miss Cowles Columbus Mr Jno Moscovalley and Miss Stout and Mr Rix Columbus BradleyColumbusBrannack and Monroe of Columbus cDISSOLUTION NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the firm heretofore existing under the name of Rogers Threlkeld has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr Cue Threlkeld retiring having sold his interest toJ W Rogers Sou All persons indebted to the linn are requested to call and settle at once at ROGERS THRELKELD E E Reeves Co carrieS the largest assortment in styles We have now in stock about 25 different styles of Bug gies Sc way 4 ft ss Kaatfckys Tenth Congressional Dis trict produced woman candidate for Congress Prohibition ticket in person Miss Mary Burkhart Miss Burkhart making a houseto house canvas finding over the sparsely inhabited mountain counties on horseback She is young attractive wealthy Unless Kentuckians lost their gallantry will secure few red 3 12 years ctasa in nght oHefttailoff Jn the Mrs Dora Zachary r1t L 1oj r S i 111111 I t S CONFEDERATE REUNION DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 22 TO 25 1902 The Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Railway will sell Roundtrip tickets to Dallas Texas at ONE CENT PElt MILE Traveled on April 18 19 BydepositingDallas on or before April 30th and paying a fee of GOc which is charged fur validation extension of final limit to leave Dallas not later than May 15th 1902 may be secured Round trip rate from is S1215 The preferred route is over the Nash ville Chattanooga St Louis Rail MemphisIFor thus tables maps or any ad ditional information call on or write to- T H Latimer Southern Passenger Agent Chattanooga Teun W T AgentKnoxville AgentMetuphisGeneral Passenger Agent Nashville Teen WANTED- A single man white or colored to wrrk on M A McDaniel Hiclcman Icy ISIIEIUFFS SALE April 19th at 2 p m at Holcombs Corner on Clinton street for sale to the highest and best bidder one Horse Buggy and Harness GEO CARPENTERS 0 c The ollicere of the Louisiana Pur chase exposition has offered the state of Kentucky as much space for an exhibit as tho the legislature had made appropriation Now lot all pull to gether with the Louisville Commercial Olnb that the state may be creditably representedWields A Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pillsthe most distressing too Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25c at Cowgills drug ssore Bardwell lately issues 9000 worth i of bonds with which to build system of water works The bonds were placed on the market in Cincinnati and were sold at a premium of 823 speculators in the city named being the buyers The decision to build water works and the sale of the bonds to pay for same at the figures stated speak well for tho credit and the enterprise of the little capital of Carlisle For Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many different medicines for stomach trouble and con stipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had as good results from as from Chamber lains Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by Cowgill fe Cowgill ww uw = rg We have an Elephant on hands E in the of aEf3 TWO THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK r fOF E 3 MENS and BOYS CLOTHING frLADIES CLOAKS ATfCAPS SHOES anr3 NOTIONS EOf all kinds that we are going to Sell at 75c on the dollarEactual cost Will have Auction EVERY SATURDAY E All sums of 500 and under Cash and over 500 G months f3creditgood note and no interest rJ t IM ItTRBROWR = wwnnmnwn wmwmwmmm has a on the the of is her way and have site a vote- sSTILYEDOne heifer oW edboras split earcropoff bush lV f an Hickmau farm offer an Cowgill a any A toMns wedidhappened1 the first place we have others who de pubebe with tIle angels In order to please OlcethinJsgossips Yes its a fact wo dont print itmakewouldbeweektobituary there HeavenExchange y 1 m I 4 I POINTER nrt r olllJJ SPRING STOCKs ttBuggiest HTjt 3 t We will have the larg t est stock this seas I 1tbest the market affords f fEf 1IICKMAN KENTUCKY I+ SO +++ HO rtoHot + A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given np as beyond hope by my regular profession doses of it my son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within MaryHallerRemedy is for sale by Cowgill Cow gill CHEAP RATEO- F ONE CENT PER MILE TO DALLAS f TEXAS APRIL IS TO 20 BY ILLINOIS CENTRAL Good to return until April J50 or by extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion UN ITii COI1lbEDERlJf- E1ER4t1 S and SONS OF VKTEItANK Liberal stopovur privileges including opportunity to visit scene of famous siege and now National Park site at Vicksburg Cheap side trips from Dallas to Texas and Oklahoma points Double daily fast service yia Memphis or Vicksburg and Shreveport with close connections Special Through Train from Louis ville for Kentucky delegates and their friends i Write to any Illinois Central Agent or to- W J McBuiDE C P T A- Louisville R II FOWLER T P A Louisville WM ALFRED KELLOND A G P A A II HANSOX G P A t A FEW ONLY REMAINING We have only a few guitars which we offer accost D E WILSON Those who have road merit are the the last ones to see it in themselves and othersJoshBillings mnnnndiscan be alone with him for a moment he will tell her the truth conditionyears has not taught woman that if there is one person in the world from whom a man will try to conceal his ills lovesMariettaXHes a mighty hard man to got It polilician liOfashimoudoingliethinkstofigurotoboVashington AiLshotn4whoa charge of obtaining goods under falsa The tobeFOR A SHORT TIME ONLY The cost prices we have made jfcvo sold stacks of goods Dont 1T1isJPPh e chance to c05tWILSONS Hood For Rheumatism S feattackzchiFhcausedannojanceAfter ndrheumaticuse Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had JerseymanAfter RemedyIonebottlellie Congill 7 tRriINiGWOID I i s1 j DeistletriBks stand East HickmauIJ t j Keeps I If BUTTER andfamily EGGS CHICKENS I I A SPECLVrrII i Goods Delivered Free I No 89 j5Telephone i WARUTHERS t BMERY AND CONFECTIONERYF- RESH BREAD CAKES AND t CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stumps with every 10 cash purchase CLINTON STREET II1CCMAN KE 1tJCKY Telephone Number JU T kiiT T rUHM ALL Nunnallys Cand- iesReigers CALIFORNIA PERFUMESi Pot SALE BY Cow ill Sf Co vgill DRUGGISTStoro1 Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY 8TATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BEUENDKS Co CAL fJCJAII I Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompaniedi by GASH or paid for on deliv ery will have FIRST ATTEN TION ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris on- COURIERJOURNAL A WEEK C 2TIMES I 101 TIMES A YEAR The TWIUEAWEEK COURIER JOUKNAL is tho tst paper published in tho United States for Democrats and for all readers It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address- COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky Building v j Material i f t 11 11Jj1 j Doors and Windows Shingles c f I Lime and Cement J1 1 j jMI r ESTIMiTESCIIEEitFULLY FEED STUFFS FURMSIIE1I 1 j1 Hay Oats Corn Bran etc eta IV 1 L hP WSlIisO w f rr RoneyATTORNEYATLAW Hlolcmnn ICy Located at the Court House I LBDFORD RANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and feed Stuff We carrycverythillgusuullr found in a firstclass Grocery and noi jviins will be spared to please our customers iAftorpresent Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered T FARMERS AND1 MERCHANTS BANK Qlinio S eet 6iokmanr 7 Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai WP oiler to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance1 Upon this Guarantee we nolwit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS J JC HOXDUKAKTI 11 IIUCUAtAN J A TJKUILSON J C CHEEK R 31 ISLEK J W ALEXANDER H II TJIUELKELD t FOR THE BEST I- NCROCERIES Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at thoLOWl33T PRFUE3 r a I J WIiRogers CK fc Son UPTODATE GROCERY Y WITTINGS OLD STAND 1 FnE rr MEATS Goods Delivered1 Free Clinton Street f telephone 74 r I= lJ B BREVAflDI- Tas Aw a Superior Stockof the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE P1110KalitI that the very lowest the market justifies ne ALL GOODS GUAiUNTffi Bt I ArllHPBf SnNfrnn1 1 1 l t 1E I J l i ROOK INT RIJI c rALTV HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E rAnLISUE ri 1SS TOMr Propr Successor to H C Runing InI Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IR 33 1 3SJ G STONE WORK of till KimK r IRON FENCINGcc Sickmanf ISy CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are Hero to stay Nobody will appreciato you patronage or take more pleasure in trying to pleasoyau than WP old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL OROWELL A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs wad toMs in Children 1 have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from coughs or colds says ChasM Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Celootilt has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have per suaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by Cowgill CowRill FOR SALE Ono mare 5 years old work gentle ABE UNDERWOOD OILS K DAVIDSON Jel1tistOIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Cowgill d Oowgilla a Drug store t f A A Averton tho House Sign and Ornamental Painter has located in the town of Hickman to ply his trade and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public You can got first class Painting Gildinu Graining Sign Painting i and Paper Hanging at customary prices and you can also get your buggy repainted at a nominal cost with the old processnot with patent paint DrugStore C B EAKER- GeneralGocer z I Powell Block Clinton St ofJinhaveand Choice Bargains Subscribe fo the COURIER Just 1- Sk s t I w r ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS + We are authorized to announce SAMUEL CKOJBLAHD of Graves county as a candidate to represent the 1st Con gressional District in the Lower House of the next Congress of the United States His candidacy is subject to the action of the Democratic party Honey Gusher We have oil gushers gas gushers and watergushers but Mr N I Raines of Gadsden Tenn has found a honey gusher on his turn It is claimed that the find is a real fact and that the honey is of the yery bes- tEnthusiasticallyv Received President Roosevelt and his conipauy visiting the Charleston Exposition was received enthnastlcally The streets all along the line of the procession were cjieeringrandharmonious and agreeable Will Kill It The supporters of the Ship Subsidy Bill threaten to tack it on to the River Harbor Bill anti hope thus to make the great strength of the latter carry their Ship bill through Last session it was killed by the Iimgrutiou bill and it may be that the Ship bill will do the work now Tne Debate Opened The first joint debate between the candidates for Congress occurred at Benton Marshall county last Monday The audience is reported by the papers as pretty evenly divided between the candidates Crosslaud makes strong points against the early primary and James defends The debate is warm andracy but no ill humor was shown Sounds Like Truth Dr Weir Mitchell the great scientist says that Nervousness in women causesmore domestic unhappincss than dram drinking among men Itrhis is a tremendous saying by one speaking as with authority He also says that the nervousness in women is caused by the strain on them in yhool days He thinks no girl ought to be required to attend school until she is 17 Preserve her nerves until 17 and she can stand it afterwards Illinois Central Via Hickman A letter has been receivedby a mem ber of a leading business firm of Hick man from a general freight agent of tli Illinois Central railroad asking for de tail information as to the character products c of tho country from Hickman into Lake County Tenu We have seen the letter and know that much to bo u fact The letter states nothing as to purpose only asks for in formation This however gives rise to the idea that the I C is considering their former survey from near Clinton into Lake county and to some point on their road about Dyersburg The letter is a fact but further deponent sayeth not t Marriage Announcement The Courier acknowledges an invi tation to the marriage of Hon Henry P Remley of Hickman county Atorney to Hiss Isabelle LiSdsiv daughter of Dr and Mrs W C Lindsay at the Baptist church in Columbia S C on April pith and extends congratulations in advance to the happy couple When Mr Remley was a soldier enlisted for tho Cuban war his regiment w stationed near the homo of the bride and it was then and thero during th camp life that cupid pierced the hearts of the two now culminating in the blending of the two in one They willj return to Hickmau and make their homo here Four R Rs In Sight No less than three railroad companies the N C S St L the Mobile S t Ohio and Illinois Central are now pros peeling as to building lines to or from Ilfckman through the hot tom country into Lake County Tenn each con ditioned updu the HIckman and Tip tonville Levee becoming a fixed fact These with the extension of the Iron Mountain to Hickman on tho Missou side gives four railroads as a possibility udoneof at the prospecting is on The Courier learned long since not to depend on any railroad prospects until they commence throwing dirt and running cars f Mexico Alarmed as to United States The United States by the assertion of what we call the Monroe doctrine ini in 18C5 caused the French under Maxi millian to evacuate Mexico and there by secured the freedom and independ eneeot that country none the less looked upon with distrust by a largo largee1EJR8Dtvestment of American capital in rail1 roads mines factories c as danger oas to the independence of their country Infact such an element also eais in all the Central and South American States Senor Ortiz Secretary of theB late Pan America Congress has issued a political manifesto to this effect Part of this la from fear of our great power and put because of our aggressiveness i the Phillipinea j 1 c e0 F I v Too Busy to Write Adsc But not too busy to give bargainss every line we carry I We are changingI our business and now is theI time to get cost prices on Stationary Miijcal Instruments1 Books Wall Paperanything everything we have goes at cost First come First served fit D E WILSON CO K I Can Democrats Come Together I Can Democrats unite without any i j sacrafico of honest convictions The Courier answers yes The free silver issue upon which democrats have been split since Ism isij i not and in the very nature of things j can not be a live issue In 1SGO the slavery question was tho controlling issue and upon it democrats i split Who thinks of making it a divid ing issue now It is no compromise of honor or conviction to let the dead bury the dead the past be past Live issues are before the country and political parties must dual with them For instance the tariff question is a vital issue Protection for protec tion sake is the Republican policy and has alway been opposed by democrats The majority ot the American people have always opposed it and it has never secured a majority of the people except when Democrats were divided and split on other issues The Republicans are split on the Philippine policy The Democratic 90 sitiou is simply and plainly against holding these people in a State of vas- sAlage Opposition to trusts or rather tho evils of certain kind of trusts is authoritative Democratic position The attitude of the Republican Administration towards Admiral Dewey Schley and Gen Miles and the new army regulation will force a lively issueThe great extravagance of theJGoveru meat in all kinds of expenditures is growing to be an immense issue These are the questions upon which all democrats may unite feHICKMAN COLLEGE quarter Six best in each grade in tho order of attainment The senior examination will bo held later Pupils for second year Annie Elli louHninJMubellbis tella Roneau Pupils for first year Frank Reid Inez Luten Wintield Taylor Iron o Helm Carlisle Rice and Uouldcr John souBest six in eight grade Chas Brown Addie Murrell Emily Odell Iraa Moore Lacy Richards and Bertha SchupbachBest gradeRubyFlemingPrather Burnice White Louise Atwood and Dave Prather First six Sec 1 of sixth grade Rus sell Johnson Mary McDaniel Fannie Kearby Victoria Stahr Guy Hale and Richard Powell FuquaBlauun i DeBow Lizzie Corum and Pauline Beckman asFourth Grade Prank Smith Hazelle Johnson Warren Ellison Maggie Lee Bondarantis NaylorThird Grade best six Lois Bartlett MaryOaklorMetheney TROUBLE AT FULTON One Killed One Wouned and One Hung Telephone message was received in Hickmau yesterday of an aggrivated trouble at Fultou the night previous riThe trouble occured on tho Tennessee side and the affray a night watchman by tho name of Tom Taylor was shot and killed and the same man shot and seriously wounded a Mr Will Javendr Tom lilackard is tho name of the man who killed policeman Taylor and wounded Cavender Blackardwas arrested and placed in the lockup and the telephone message says that he escaped from the lock nd and com milted suicide by hanging himself The facts appear to be that citizens took j Dlackart from the lockup and hung himBlackart was drunk had a very theispoliceman started to arrest him when Blackard shot him Taylor is said to have been a popular clever good citizen and oflicer Cavender though wounded three times will get well GOVERNORis Lexington Ky April 8apt Jas Clay a well known veteran speak ing against the Kentucky state Con federate home says it is a plan to help make Bennett H Young governor of answernsays he wouldnt be governor if it were given to him 1 Honest Prices Honest Qlodsr hittereveryl t i IUIOurbugainI i I i drpartweuttutnptWeu Wash Dress Goods Silks and Grenadines Silk Skirts Muslin- Underwear i Etc4 We are doing a big business in- MLaaios ana fflissos HoMgtoWoar MDRIS Ii New Lots Doming in all the time M 31Calicolomesticc tCLOT completeandsee onr line SHOES ann SLIPPEBS 1 IOurI atJul SlippsisMailIngs ana Oil CLams We can show you the largest and cheapest line in the city at 121 to ai Carpett SamplesS New line just received Give 3 ps a call when in need of a new Carpet Ask for Blue Trading Stamps llL1 Q QD t I tlm h NOTICE VETERANS StLouisV iuniiiKii Citytoleavingllickmanm Martin 818 a1n Ralston 827 u m Dresden 839 a ui Gleason fi59 a m McKenzie 91 a m Huntington y8a mHollow Rock Junction ll80 a inurriving arriVlVgaccount of Confcderrto Veterans ate blav2ntflay15thVnlidntihgAgentstop over at any point in Arkansas tH pleasantbyout of Dallas have arranged L rater of one anti ono third fare for round trip to Territoryandthis splendid opportunity to vit Texas without inconvenience or change of car going the shortest anti best route gatewayandRates Hickman to Dallas 12 ITll- I J Union City 1215 Martin II21r 125For tillatisN10 Madison St- Memphis Tenu who will accompany the train front Hickman Tito Memphis I i I The special grand jury which was intestigatothothe negro minstrel failed to return uiindictment lIS the names of the parts wlearned11rlIn1DOIil FOREST SOLDIERS An order has been issued from Mom Caulrycorpslieu at some point in West Toiurtssee or Southwestern Kentucky next fall TllllOUtill SLEKlEHS VIA 3IOIULK A OHIO It It OrloflllsSt1 IdUit A Nearly Fatal Runaway oJhicldefiedyears Then lincklens Arnica HoilsBurnAEruptionsj gills drugstore dNO EXTRA SESSION Cov Bcckham in responso to a petition from Oeuiecrats of Garnird county asking for a reconvening of the General Assembly for the purpose of passing a registration and a school requesttreply that tho passage of a registration bill was of insufficient imporance and that it was I wouldIONlTra COIfKEDKKAIE VETEKAJfS For tho Annual Reunion at Dallas Tex April 22d to 25th 1902 tho Motile k Ohio Railroad will males rate of one cent per mite and in cases loss from nil cou pondcketstatlons Tickets limited torreturn to play 2d with privilege of extension to May 15th Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars a theIAlhedStates F 4lH= I IHWIDA KENTUCKY j I I j Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Tlncfcrided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Biminess Loons Fonoy on Libcra4 Term Aetw of Farmers Merchants und Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Fends and Securities of this Bonk are protected by the I I PatentI Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars I 0- ii R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Cushier C A HOLLOMIJK Vice President AMBERG Cashier i i fee ncture 01 wen Lee JAny veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he will send us his name and address and the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs VritrrMtc tllalla uIILrkfYCMte0 Itolt TM in rni it nn bin riirht into Slit Veryhrrtt the Jv i IIKIIB iihi abi rknr +unf tbelfiul I t ii 1fItlurtIh r hurt dtne of tile reunion f in in t v Very lIw beuill ticft tef Irc11t0OneIrn019W- o t afford t tat honk WrW tor 0e1n101e0n11- Vtr1 k t truui ur tiotnr t n- MADAMITraTellnjjPasseDHerAtentI I J II JONES Ticket A enlJUnion Station Cairo lit tCenlral= t er 11 Q W Re WEESTER FINE wEISEIES I WIN33 BRANDIES AND GINS 1 I IIOF JUG TRADE i i I 1 I I YOUJ THE BESTii I I IVMrm FOR TrIg MONEYi J I UNION CIT- YTENNESSEE I I r f NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS INDEBT ED TO THEt FIRM OF Mtiti SONSi TO COME FORWARD AT ONC i liSATIS FACTORY ARRANGEMENTS r IN REGARD TO THEIR ACCOUNTS SIlAWsIIICKMAN WAGON Cla WAMJFA UUEIIS OF TilE CELEQRATEn 2 eEMa WAClQJI X 1 3 Fft t t a f rr t v t i 3i 11 0 o 1 = = u t Ellisons rotes House Clearinc and House Furnishings Tine is anywez Our is the only house in town carrying in stock a line of CARPETS 1 f i I coverings cnoMirh justify vrmtty I Hemp Carpet good Quality + 20c Ii Hemp with Cotton Warp 25c 1 Sultana nversible bright 1pattern 30C All Wool Ingrain 50c latllityUnions All wool Ingrains from 50c 75c upFloorFancy Mattings I2c Our line of Mattings very 1 large prices up to 4oc Window Shades 25c and upj Lace Curtains 50c up 1 Cloths 2cto 110 a yard Napkins 25c a dozen and up Pictures 25c to 4 worth double h louse Cleaning Helps you cannot do without Chamois Skins hOe Sponges + Store Polish Knaiih liiu1 lOc Bottles bluing for ZJcr w s T 4 Soaps Ic T OJrfAiaaSPWS S this SBicifcvQo I Mops lOc Hammers He Clothes lines wire 100 feet 2dc Cotton Clothes Lines lOc Clothes pins 3 dog lOc Scrub Brushes lOc Dusters 5 and Icfe Tacks l e a paper Hatchets 5 and 1 0 of other items that you cant do e- 1HICKMAN uall as cheap ELLISONS KY E E Reeves Co will soil you a Leather Top Buggy at 55 Job you know its reputation- Mr O B Travis accompanies Mr Henry Remley to Columbia S 0 us best man on the occasion of the latter s marriage on the iCth The best line of blaek dress goods we have ever shown IH O AM BIVRG Gov Beckham has named Thursday April 25 m Kentucky Day at the South Carolina Exposition and all Keutnuk inns are invited to attend Mr R T Tyler has bought the Hick man Handle Factory The plant will be moved to the bottom below Hick man moro convenient to the timber to he used You will find Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGb 4 Mr RW Buck and family have moved to Morehouse Mo Success to them tBMr Jo Little of Crutchneld this I county qualified as deputy County I IOourt Clerk Monday Mrs Juo Gardner of Jltrttn is th guestof Mrs Raudle for a few days R d G Corsets areguarauteed not tJ stretch sold at AMBER S Misses Mary lleckham and Mary Swigart of Union City visited Miss Jabel French this week t Medallion man will call on you in few days Look for him BuggiesBaggierwith steel tires BuggIes 1 poor They arenp to date in sty1 e and quality low in price Como and examine andyon will see tlio best valn for the money ocr offered Tlarness also or the highesland whips arec robes grade Call and examine no trouble tCJ show iou through r W J BARRY t I 4 c I I i And our salt of Moor nre large to us in showing a large of atoms i allJtqualitiesHtiv are some prices iI t to is Table That C SQ Oc Hundreds without quarter out and I IMis Bertha Farmer the young lady I who received the majority or votes for Queen of tho Fulton Carnival declines to make the race and asks all her friends not to cast their votes for her as it is impossible for her to accept the place if elected Cubans are to take charge of their island on the 550th of May The great international question then will be what tq do with General Wood The Philadelphia Times says that freo silver coinage for the Philippines means free silver coinage for the United States It rather favors limited coinage on Government account Before we got through with this matter we are in dangerof running against the difference betwixt tweedledum and tweedledee Nettline of R G Corsets at- AMBERGS Another life insurance company has discovered that a person to whose heirs is paid tho amount of a fat policy is alive and having fun with the money The time may come when life insurance companies will insist upon an autopsy aecondition precedent to settling any claimHave a Medallion made for your sweetheart friend or relative Look out for him He will call on you Givo him an order See the line of wash goods at- AMUERGS See our Medallions The latest thing out- Judge Kec H F Remley and J W Morris loft Tuesday night for FranKfort to nppea before the State Equalization Board to try to secure t I reduction in tax assessment of this I county R G Corsets nqver stretch sold AMBERGSonly Mr n A Browder of Fulton is booked for appointment by Goy Beck ham us one of the Commissioners to have control of the Ky Confederate Soldiers Home Both by service as a soldier and active interest in the work Mr Browder is well suited for the place For Slotuneli Troubles I have taken a great many different medicines for stomach trouble and constipation II says Mrs S Geiger of Duukerton Iowa bnt never had as good results from any us from llunb3i loins Stomach Liver Tablets For I sale by C wgill S Cowgill When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eating all you need is a dose of Cham berlains Stomach Liver Tablets They will make you feel like a new- man and give you an appetite like a bear For sale by Cowgill Cowgill The attempt or desire on the part of certain Northern Congressmen to reduce Southern representation does not arise from any sympathy for the negro or purpose to gain for him political privileges The object is simply to re duce the number of representatives connltryRepublicans to control the House Here is a Democratic national plat form for 1904 credited to Henry Wat terson Resolved first That any Dem ocrat who praises Bryan abuses Bryan I or discusses Bryan is a traitor Resolved second That any Democrat who I praises Cleverland abuses Cleverland or discusses Cleverland is a traitor Resolved third That any Democrat who is not in favor of netting together for 1904 is a blanketyblank traitorlT H B Jt L A The Hickman B L L Association meets next Thursday night 17th in Courier building = fj ri4C e- C eO nt t LlU c C DelttytytyCLCCrC NfoST L R n SOHEDULE I LEAVE IIICKMAN- No 8 mNop No j Leaves 700ailn ARRIVE boi mNmX1Jr i iCowgillsD 3titt Mr Roy McKinney of Pailueaii SpjDt unday in our city E yClub restdentwt abnev wIllI I rrrh at tle- Cl4tu 1 uWr f nnday j W Or 1 liCers months II d T iurks il and itiuhy j JliHh Cour t- poll IuilHI 0111 i if itfU m A 1111I r M- lhts J TIJr w lt ti l luiiik I7ctl11C Ietar IbrI StirltUrI t Y Urd IOj I6tr Ins Lttatsrene VOtI MixMAlnbel Jrtudl who lUll hwn visitiiiR old dl1s mat pmiu Crowtey IM rouiriiqii homo Monday Ihaving had u iicligUtlul visit RevArcher Hoogher and MM R T eveningtoSwaynp the druggist invites the ladies to call and see his excellent line of tace powders pink and white at 15c Buggiesthat TradingStampsat Swnynes PLOW POINTS GeorgeDuclfor 25 cents Out inColorado the other day a mob hung a Pullman car porter The mob may yet become a very useful institu tion in that great and growing country MORE MEN WANTED BookStoreRev Y D Nowlin former pastor of the Hickman Baptist church now of protructec11l1eeting daySee I thead of D E Wilson t Co in i this issue It willbo money in your pocket to I to vfeit Wilsons Book Store and take advantifofthecostprieea Snlo just started 1I1f l Fun RENT lUisiyjiSs house on Clinton trtIAppltfitrlrs Kittie WHtlrtg If slipper-s seo tile E P Reed line at Sv AMBERGS Freezing temporatures Monday night were reported from nil parts of the Statelce being found in ninny places- ii prsentccllwithj I Charleston was formerly a professor at DanvilleMissBenlah Sundayforher brothor the Rev Dudley Booghcr I MrTRwbert limit of Trenton years ago a merchant of ltUllII been visiting Ilickman friends weelraLUSTA thiiII williJlcal I The St Louis Worlds Fair should be put off until UKM if it is to bo u success and everything readp The foreign exhibits cannot all get here and be ready fir 1903 The Street Fair anti Carnival at Fulton occurs April 28 20 30 and May 1 2 and 3 Sumo rare attractions are booked for the entertainment of the peopleMajor William M McConnell of Ft Worth Texas wires the Paducah Democrat thatjMiss Virginia Leoma Cobb flanghtorCnf Major Robert Cobb has been atpointed first maid of honor to Miss Rebecca Donuclson sponsor for Forrests cavalry at tho Dallas reunion and that Col J W Morton of Trnn will escort Miss Cobb in the parade Mrs Maggio Raudlo entertained the- lemhrtilrry ChiK and other invited 11 icuwi at her huuie Friday evening 1astlt was a most pleasant social evening +t Express to Mrs Handle our appreciation for the enjoyable evening She afforded us last Friday Wo were entertained from 2 to 5 nearly all meui bers + ofc our Embroidery Club being present all wishing they could be knowuig what the invitation meant Thanks Wo will be glad if you will some day repeat the invitation P S The club is open for future engage ments The Mozart Symphony club of New York gave tho people of Hickman the njoJedTncsda I pleased to note that they had a large and appreciative audience hail the merit and reputation of the company cenbetter known a much larger au dieuqtf would have greeted them biflliuimons says he would like to be elected to the United States Senate The prize fighter has evidently been reading how the fight between Tillmau and McLaurin was pulled off and chnmpionfiglMr One Threlkeld the well known and popular grocery man has establish ed a new grocery entirely nJW stock oh Clinton street next door to F E Case He proposes to do ncash business and to prove to the public bv prices and qualityof goods that cash means a benefit to his patrons i 1tc tI FINE SHOES HAVe- FLOOR r THE We arc ready to meet the Ladies who want fine footwear OXFORDS 1iSLIPPERS 1lCOLOJIfiLS J- A SHOES OF ALL KINDS And the prir s lovr than ever for High Cirad Shoos ViVi Baby Shoes in all GradesII iVJens Shoes perfect andshapeII In Patent Kid Velvet Calf Vic liclland Box Calf 35O a pair You need not judge nlyIof the fit we protect you in points of style quid service Its to ourIinterest to sell you good shoes 4Aways vou MoXGYra WQb hOJQ StoreRICA J 00 OJ NAYLOR 1 i Hickman Ky 6 New Firm New Goods NewBusinessZNEW I Mr Cue Threlkeld has established a new gamily Grocery New Stock in every detail and particular no old stock to work offand he is deter mined to show his patrons not only the benefits and advantage of buying new and fresh groceries bnt also the benefits of hi- sNew Cash Plan That new cash plan does not mean to sell you goods for cash at credit prices but it does mean to sell you good goods and more of them for j Cash than any credit house can afford I to sell you The credit house is bound to make the cash buyer and the really good man pay the losses of its bad debts I can convince you that my prices gives all this and interest on their money to my patrons Try me and I will prove to you by actual prices i CUE HRELKELD J linton St Next door to F E Case J i i 16F OLIVER I ti UndertakerIEIEE1CKMAN UOKYtwantTtrepairingIipeclvltyIT7nd rtakors Goods Common Rosewood and Solid moot t tftloBtr Coffini and Cases which con be feed up in short notice and at reason ihle prices Otto tie a call U Shop near the Jell J I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr surreytazriaJ ned with courtesy and politeness Pa ironage solicited Telephone 19 Gash Book Store Splendid Selection of MEW BOOKS I STATIONERY NOTIONS f Call and see our Stock Ever Ibiiig up to date MARY BERENDES d Co tCITY BARBER SHOP tTO my old customers We are hero s stay Nobody will appreciate your trymge ilirbersI R U CAI DWELL i WILL eRO WELL DR S K DAVIDSON Dentistfe- IIHIOKMAX KENTUCKY Office over Oovrjzill Oowgills Drug Store ie E BAKEB General G1oce IIFoweU Block Clinton St Raving purchased the Grocery Stock 014 f J c Domlurint would be pleaerd tq kse all old friends to call Fresh food t fed Chslce Bargains e J IW J BARRY CO- t AT BCCKNKRS OLD SHOP Fill make you a Buggy to order iIff Repair or Paint yonr old one ILACKSMiTEING OF ALL KINDS 5LL WORK GUARANTEED I M F Rcnley Joe AV Rennet BENNETT a REMLEY ATIORNEYS ATLAW 11Will practice in all Conrts especially eounltiesKetnleys in Hickman roFour Router r a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway f Built and Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern I RftHway C0MtractloB TIle Passenger Train Service of the BIO FOUR ROUTE provides 200I Passenger Trains per day requirl i for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 23 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars t If w a im addithm to which Sixty PuIIroat Sleepers are In Continuous Service oathe BIG FOUR and its Throurb Car Lines WARREN J LYJCH W P DEPFB 7 bee Feu RTtt A=L AsltGPtT a CIBCUUCAZSO iir s lIl i I Splendors and Glories Presented by Dr Talmage f Ito Activity Also HroiiKht Ont The Iramortnl IliilfIIoiir When L very tUlu lvit SilcutYltlllitile lIrnJlIIcntlo or Time Copyright 1VZ 11 y Low Ktapech KY In the followinir discourse pre pared by Dr Tahnage before his ill ness a vivid glimpse of the splendors and glories of heavenly life to preI seutcd text Kovelntiou viii 1 There wns silence in Heaven about the apace Of half an hour The busiest plate in the universe is Heaven It is the center from which nil good influences start it is the goal nt which all good results arrive The Bible represents it as active with I wheels and wings and orchestras and processions mounted or charioted But jny text describes a apace wlSfn the wheels ceased to roll and the trumpets to sound and the voices to chant The riders on the white horses reined in their charges The doxologies were hushed and processions halted The hand of arrest was upon all the splendors Stop Hear en cried nn omnipotent voice and it topped For 30 minutes everything celestial stood still There was silence in H well about the space half an hour oCII From all we can learn it iis the only time Heaven ever stopped It floe not stop as other cities for the night fur there is no night there It docs not stop for a plague for the inhabi tant never saysr I am sick It docs not stop for bankruptcies for its inhabitants never fail It docs not stop for impassable streets for there are no falling snows or SWt ping freshets What then stopped it for 30 minutes Grotius and Prof Stuart think it was at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem Mr Lord thinks it was in the year 311 be tween the rIse of the Diocletian per secution and tie heghininj of the wars by which Constantine gained the throne Hut that was all a guess thougha Icsrned and brilliant guess I do not know when it was and I do not care when it was but of the fact that such an interregnum of sound took place I not certain There was silence in Heaven abut the spree of half an hour And first of all we learn that God and all Heaven then honored silence The longest and widest dominion that ever existed is that over which stillness was queen For an eternity there had not been a sound torld r making was a liter 11aWIjj tt l n For nnimairinnblp ales it was a unite j univors v Grid vns the only Iiinar and as there was no ono to pal to there was no ut ranee Hut that silence has all been broken np into nniSuphtaalworldt on elation worlds in conflagration I worlds If in remlutioDII Here theyarethere has 1t been nff moment of silence since this world began its travel and the crushing i ind the splitting and the uproAr and the hubbub are over in progress But when among the supernnls a voice hied Hush and for half an Heaven was still silence was hourII red The full power of silence ninny af us have yet to learn We arc told that when Christ was arraigned lIe inswercd not a word That silence iras louder than any thunder that iver shook the world Oftentimes when we are assailed and misrepre ented the mightiest thing to say is to say nothing and the mightiest thing to do is to do nothing Those iotaprintomplish nothing but their own elm grin Silence Do right and leave the results with GodII Learn also my text that heaven must be an eventful and ac tive place from the fact that it could ifford only 30 minutes ofrecess There have been events on earth and In Heaven that seemed todemand a whole day or whole week or whole rear for celestial consideration If 3rotius was right and this silence occurred at the time of the destruc tion of Jerusalem that scene was so awful and so prolonged that thcLu habitants of Heaven could not have Zone justice to it in ninnyveceks After fearful besiegement of the two fortresses of Jerusalem Antonia and flippicus had been going on for a tong while a Roman soldier mount- d on the shoulder of another sol Bier hurled into the window of the temple a firebrand and the temple was all aflame and after covering many sacrifices to the holiness of God the building itself became a sac rifice to the rage of man The hun ger of the people in that city dur ing the besiegement was so great that as some outlaws were passing a doorway and inhaled the odors of food they burst open the door threatening the mother of the household with death unless she gave themI some food and she took them aside herAj own child she was cooking for the ghastly repast Six hundred priests H3e destroyed on Mount Zion because the temple being gone there was nothing for them to do Six thousand people in one cloister were consumed There were 1100000 dead according to Toscphus Grotius thinks that this was the cause of silence in Heaven for half an hour Lord and thiswas rightIIqilencc was lurIng the Diocletian persecutions by wnich 14000 Christians suffered death from sword and fire and banishment and exposure why did not Heaven listen throughout at colt7Calcstiitl programme is oo crowded with spectacle that it can afford only ono recess in all eternity anti that for a short space While there arc great choruses in which all Heaven lan join each soul there hasaf ry fJ1andhowneon Henven get through with all its sets tntiycs with all its umtatlis t tth al its grand marches with tUjr its victories Eternity is too shfiVl to utter all the praise In my text Heaven spared 3Q 91JJ ales but it will never again spar me minute In worship in earithly churches where there ar yHajjVtytol take part we have to courj pljflM gv iIty but how will Heaven jjfejonrrap iidly enough to let 144000 get through each with 1aiown story andltiidn 144000000 and then 144t1O0QA6O 1fLUlI a then 144000000000000 Xottottjy are all the triumphs of the pjtstgo lie commemorated but all the tsr isi to come Not only what ti w know ofod but what we Will w of Kim after everlasting study Ie deities If my text had said t re was silence in Heaven for 30 dtfys I would not have item startled fthe announcement but it indicates 30 minutes Why there will be so many friends to hunt up so many of the greatly good and useful that wo will want to see so many of the irworu table things of earth we will need explained so many exciting onrthly experiences we will want to talk over anti all time earthly spirits and all the other spirits and all the ages will want the some that there will be no more opportunity for cessation How busy we will be kept in having pointed out to us the heroes I and heroines thnt the world never 1 fully npprcdlttcdtllC yellow fever and cholera doctors who died not flying from their posts the female nurses who faced pestilence in the lazarettos the railroad engineers who stayed at their plates in order to sore the train though they them selves perished Hubert Goflin the master miner who landing from the bracket at the bottom of the mine just as he heArd the waters rush in and when one jerk of the rope would have lifted him into saictyput in the bucket a blind miner who wanted to go to his sick child and jerked the rope for him to be pulled up trying Fell them the water has burst in and we are probably lout but we will seek refuse at the other end of the right gallery anti then giving the command to thother miners till they diggedi themselves so near out that the people from thoj outside could come to their rescue The mu1 titudes of men and tomcat rho got no crown on earth we wiHjwajit to owIJnII1 no more half hours to spare reside that heaven is full u chil dren They are in time vastinnj city Xo child on earth who aqiotinl to anything tau he kept qnioi half an I hour and haw are you going to keep SOOGOOOOO of them quiet itslt an touchImore of a place than it yoi Svhun jthat recess of SO minutes rtrp l red 1 Its population has quadrupled sex upltl oontuplud HeavenChas toots on band trove of rapture moceor Iknowledge more of iiitercornnivinica 1 tion more of worship The most Ithrilling place we have ever been in is stupid compared with thatand if uo now have no time to spare we will then have no eternity to spare iSilence in Heaven only half an hour My subject alto impresses inc with the immortality of a half ho rTlmt half hour mentioned in my textismore widely known than any other period in the calendar of Heaven Norse of the whole hours of Heaven iis measured otTo none of the years none of the centuries Of the millions of ages past and the millions of ages to conic not ione is especially measured off in the Bible But the half hour of TIt text is i made immortal The only parCof eter pity that was ever measured by earths ly timepiece was measured by time min ute hnnil of my text Oh the half hours They decide everything I am inot asking what you will do with the years or months or days of yqur life but what of the half hours Tell me the history of your half houtxand Iwill toll you the story of your whole life on earth and the story of your whole life in eternity Tiie right or wrong things you can think inbomin utes time right or wrong things you can say in 30 minutes the right or wrong things you do in 30 minutes are jglorious or baleful inspiringr desperate T Again my text suggests a way of studying Heaven so that we can better understand it The word eternity that we can handle so much isan im measurable world Knowing that we could not understand that word the Bible uses it only once We say for ever and ever lint how long is forever and ever I am glad thatkiny text puts under our eye Heavenpr 30 minutes As when you see a great P3Pintoyour forefinger to your thumb d look through the circle betweenaid the picture becomes more intense sothis masterpiece of Heaven by si John is more impressive when we take only 30 minutes of it at a time Xovr ire have something that we cai come nearer to grasping and it isa quiet Heaven When we discourse about the multitudes of Heaven it must be al most a nervous shock to thqic who have all their lives been crowded by quietHlaenbeen much of time time in crowds and under public scrutiny mid amid excite sumethncS1thoughtfor I would like to go doivn in sofas quiet part of the realm with a fewfriends and for a little while try comparative t rf r r i rrlioaehearingsatisfaction when you describe the crash of the eternal orchestra aid pdwomaningmospeak Ilententhat headYesmy a inHeInenYou will find time inhabitant all at Jme Enter the Kings palace and t5kconlIt glimpse for we have only thntJer hairlonga i wound mode by a buneh of twisted brambles and His foot on the throne has on the round of His instep another markof a wound made by a spike and a sear on time palm of the right hnnd and n scar on the palm of the left hand But what a countenance What a smile What n grandeur What n overwhelminglook look as If Hr had redeemed a world But come on for our t Imp is short Do you sec that row of palaces That is the Apostolic row Do you 5 e that t1urits1Jhatyou immense structure That is the big gest house in Heaven that 5 is hthe house of many mansions Do you againstitsi wall of Heaven jasper at the bottom and amethyst nt the top Set this river rolling through the heart of the great metropolis That is the river concerning which those who Doer tired on the banks of the Hudson or the Ala bama or the Rhine or the Shannon say We never saw the like of this for clarity and been Tat 1 is the chief river of Heaven fco bright so wide so deep But you ask Where are the asylums for the old I an swer The inhabitants are all young Where are the hospitals for the lame They are all agile Where are the infirmaries for the blind and deaf They all see awl hear Where are the alnuhouses for the poor They are all multimillion aires Where are the inebriate asylums Why there are no saloons Where are the graveyards Why they never die Pass down those boulevards of gold and amber and sapphire and see those interminable streets built by the Architect of the Universe into pontes over the thresh old of which sorrow never steps and out of whose windows fare once pale with earthly sickness now look rubicund with immortal health Oh let me go in and see them you ray No you cannot go in There are those who would never consent to let you come out again You say Let me stay here in this place where they never tin where they never suffer whore they never part Xo no Our time is short our 30 minutes are al most gone Come on We must got back to earth before this half hour of heavenlysilence breaks up for in your mortal state you cannot endure the pomp and splendor and resonance when this half hour of silence is ended The daywill come when you can see Heaven in full blast but not now I am now only showing you Heaven at the dullest half hour of all the eternities Come on There fa something in the celestial appearance which makes me think that the half hour of silence will soon be over Yonder are the white horses being hitched to chariots and yonder are seraphs fin gering harps as if about to strike them into symphony and yonder are con querors taking down from the blue halls of Heaven the trumpets of vies tory Remember we are mortal yet and cannot endure the full roll of heavenly harmonics and cannot endure even the silent Heaven for more than half an hour Hark The clock in the tower of Heaven fiestas to strike and the half hour is ended Descend Come hack Come down till your work is done Shoulder a little longer your burdens Tight a little longer your battles Weep a little longer your riefs And then take Heaven not in its dullest halt hour but in Its might iest pomp and instead of taking it for 30 minutes take it world without end But how will you spend the first half hour of your heavenly citizenship after you have gone in to stay After your prostration before the throne in wor ship of Him who made it possible for you to get there at all I think the rest of your first halt hour in Heaven will be passed in receiving your reward if you have been faithful I have a strangely beautiful book containing the pictures of the medals struck by the English government in honor of great battles These medals are pinned over the heart of the returned heroes of the armyon great occasions the royal family present and the royal bands playing the Crimean medall the medal of the mutiny the Victoria cross the Waterloo medal In your first half hour in Heaven in some way von wilt be honored for tjie earthly struggles in which you won the day Stand up before all the royal house of Heaven and receive time insignia while announced n5 victor over theyou are drafts and freshets of the farm field victor over the temptations of the esslonSl infelicities victor over mechanics JCSl tor over home worriments victor over heredpuSitarv depressions Jctor over san nnu death and hell Take the badge that celebrates those victories through our Lord Jesus Christ Take it in the presence of all the galleries saintly an eclic or divine while all Heaven chants These are they who came out of reat tribulation and had their I robes washed and made white in the blood of the Iamb arThyShall conquer though titer die Ther see the triumph from afar And seize it pith their eye I remarkedthe Equal to the Pcrnnlon thingsbutTo wuom do you refer That old inhabitant who is always de j elarius that its the nottevt day or the coldest i weather the city has km u I strolled i up to him and said This iituy moderate I wither were having Yes he said to tI my personal knowledge its the moderates I weather weve had in MO itrTjtDib i Ills Sarcastic Continent dietate himWtoi re youthinkghtJedRin the punctuation and the spelling Mid the gruff manhI felt justi tied in inferring that you thought I was try oryChiC3oEvening 2300 TO CAMFOnMA AplrlIhomjiiicnnlly PaclfU Con Hi n 1111 Iiitcrmc dinte 1olnti Colonist Excursions onatreialroundtrip1 thanOnertturninganobervisit any part of all parts of the Treat West PeopIe uhowa postal11 IJ Connor Generalt Agent Union Pa cihr Southern Pacific K 53 Kant 4th St Eenfdetailaddingyourany of your friends and you will receive in interestgreatbtMineii orthetarethinking I orlookingij itntllwrite a postal as above As the colon ot Marchandj your po today 1 Juat Iarcl It What youngWomanparttafe representlerfriendtale of her vaccination experience sug gestetl NyThe Ilrformer himJiIl1SORShe is now trying to get a divorecin order to give tome other woman a eiiance at tho reform husineiS Ohio State Journal j Unrllcst HnNHlnii Millet Will you be short of luiy If so plant a i plenty of this prodigally prolific niilct5 TO 8 TONS OJ mIll nAt MEU CtCHII i freightsJuhuA Source of SnilncHn thineinI How about time man who think he can sing asked the cjnic Washington Star j i afterfirstj i IIKlineWhen a man gets old enough to want i to look young he quits supplying dates with his boyuood ream niseencevlndau apolis Xews Puos Cute cannot he too highly spoken of ThirdAtMagnificent promises arc always to be au HHTted Theodore Parker PITXAM FADELESS DYES colormore goods per package than any other If you have a friend dontenjoy a joke I on lhim Atchison Globe I r TO YOUNG LADIES From tho Treasurer of the Young Peoples Christian Tern perance Association Elizabeth Caine Fond du lac IVis U DEn MRS PIXKIIAM I want to tell you and all the youngladies of tho country how grateful I am to you for all the benefits I have received from Vegetable S MISS ELIZABETH CAISE eight months from suppressedmen struation and it effected my entire debilfU ahundredonly used the Compound for a rewJweeks but it wrought a change in me beginningIpains and find that my entire body is as lf It was renewed I gladly recom VegetableeverybodyMiss DivisionStIIaboueAt such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia E PinklmmsVegetable Compound It prepares comingchangewomans ills of every nature Mrs Pinkham invites all young women who are ill to AdsdressGOOD WEATHER I FOR DUCKS IS MOD WEATKfR FOR YOU fr IP YOI WEAR THE CEKUIK tQWEllar 4 I JfS1l BR OILED CLOTHING MACKHYtUO WET WEATHER PROTECTION IS G3ABANTE5D mEt THIS TRADE MARL OUR PULL LINE OP WATMPROOP CLOTHING U SOLO tr BEKEJUfTATIVE TRADe EVmWHIBE A cJ TOWER CO BOSTON MASS n HAZARD YUOKILlSHOT pst AZVUHHMnKK ltFHH or RKACKWITIITlllUTFITTlNO WAIJSDETWEISHOT USE PAPER ronWADDING CANNOT PRO DUCE GOOD UraULTS OUN POWDER 0 ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use1 For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA t Tit CENTAUR COMPANY NCW TOSS CITY THE i- sI s Stmt RANGEFOR I I1 114L Do TheRhonllaganagehtmsecdtnoFseonnoctlomand not bother with wood coat or aohf1I thlA lIummerlIuy a Kbotal neneratt Ita own from any gas houses tCOBomkalJOwerfutend1 less scones sad can be run at any nnokelesx wlek urnittAtaa7 ard stampforataIoguetotheaYHY0New York City ItEITS WilTED We want one trOOdentlrprfsln A tmUo reflresent III In town0oodt lseaqtootry a TIplhtne moneune from lace maduel1lng tolIUfO Uheral the Khotal1UId term to on theatt oUt Ugl1t cllUC i J1Rhtagency Department DO CASSU 3UIt11E8CO111 Pala atrN1ewYarit pant Addee City the rrm IT I IN THE CONGRESS I t Thellonse Tassed the Chinese Ex clusion Bill Attellncolpoll- ltinSeeral Ainendinents IS VERY DRASTIC IN CHARACTER riot Curs Excludes Chinamen by Bfnh anti Descent But All Cuinese of 3Iieit Blood Jt jthsPossessions of the United States Washington April SSenateCon slderablo time was consumed Monday in a discussion of the conference re port on the bill to reduce war revenue taxos As passed by the senate the tax on transactions In socalled bucket shops was retained The conferees struck out that provision it being OK plained that the house would not con sent to its retention Tne conference 0HouseThenose exclusion bill after incorporating In it several amendments which in creased the drastic character of the measure Tho principal one not only excludes Chinese by birth and descent but all Chinese of mixed blood The fhlef struggle was over an amendment to prohibit the employment of Chinese Bailors on American ships An amend ment covering this proposition was at first ruled out on a point ot order but subsequently was modified to evade the ruling and was adopted 100 to 74 As passed the bill practically reenacts all the existing exclusion laws nod incorporates with them the exist dng treaty regulations It extends these exclusion laws to the Philippins and the other possessions of the Unit ed States and forbids Chinese laborers In our colonial possessions coming in to this country Tap Philippine commission by the terms of the bill is directed to adopt proper treasures for the enforcement of the provisions of tho bill in the Philippines The con foronce report on the war revenue tax 0repeal bill was adopted and the billt sent to the white house Late in the afternoon Mr Fowler N J had passed 3 nnder suspension of the rules the senate bill to extend the charters at national hanks for 20 years GOVERNOR WILL PREVENT IT The JeffriesFitzsimmons Fight Can teat Take Place in Charleston jf B I tonC April Safter an extended conference with Proelden Wagoner of the exposition and offi daIs of the city Gov McSweeney an nounced at midnight Monday night that he would not allow the Jeffries Fitzsimmons fight to be pulled off in Charleston He said it was the firs U time the matter had been brought this 0f0attention officially and as the law was very pointed he could not take any other course He added that he would call out the militia if necessa to prevent the contest 0 ADJT GEN REESE DEAD Served During the Civil War in II nois and Mississippi Regiments Springfield 111 April SAdjt Goi Jasper N Reese died at 145 Tuesday morning of pneumonia aged1 f0 years During the civil war he Fey w ed in Missouri and Illinois voluntse- regiments He was appointed brig dier general of the 2d Illinois b igatl In 1877 and was adjutant general trom 1891 to 1S93 under Goy FIfer and from 1897 to the time of death under Gbvs Tanner and Yates He leaves a widow two daughters and one son SON OF PRINCE CHING J Win Visit the United States After King Edwards Coronation I Peking April SThe signing of tit Manchurian convention by Russia an China = has been arranged for Tuesdav F April 8 i t The son of Prince Ching who was selected as the imperial envoy to the1 coronation of King Edward accom panted by his suite left here Monday for Lon on He will return by way of the United States and will visit tho principal cities of that country J The Cholera in Manila Manila April 8A total of 175 leases and 137 deaths from cholera were reported up to noon Monday j The natives are malting great effort to break the quarantine established here and in so doing one native has been killed fPresident Whitfield Suicided l Kansas City April 8Jas Whit J Basebad11 I I editor of the Kansas City Star com raltted suicide by shooting Mr Wh It field was well known In sporting cir cles throughout the west Appointed U S Commissionersj Ardmore I T April SJudge T NIRobnett of Pauls Valley 1 T r Monday appointed United States con missioner at Ardmore to succeed the latcj Judge S B Bradford who dh 1ItlifitgVeekt apoplexy Third Attempt at Assassination Berlin April SThe Tagcblatt pu lishes a dispatch from St Petersburg which reports a third attempt to asIsassinate Gen Trepoff the prefect ot police of MoscowIa b I ITHE STAND COLLAPSED Terrible Disaster During a Football Game in Glasgow Glasgow April 7The casualty lists numJberinjuredbystand during the International foot ball match between England and Scotland were completed Sunday They eclipse all the reports and esti mates of the casualties which were current Saturday night The disaster has resulted in the death of 21 persons and the injury of S50 Nearly 200 of the latter was so seriously hurt that they were takes j Infirmaries for operations and One hundred and fifty of them still remain in the infirmaries A large proportion of the injured had limbs broken bodies crushed and man gled heads and faces gashed Several more deaths will undoubtedly lesuit from the must critical cases uf fractured skulls Sunday the infirmaries were be sieged by friends and relatives of the victims of the disaster and heart rending scenes were witnessed when the names of those who died Sunday were posted outside the buildings The action of the authorities at lIbrox park in averting a more general ipanic by permitting the game to pro coal while they encouraged the impression of the crowd within the enclosure that the accident was not so direful is now generally Commended The Incongruity of the yells orup plause mingling with the groans of 1 the struggling sufferers will never be 1 forgotten by those who witnessed the scene at the rear of the terrace NEW OCEAN CABLE I It Will Connect the United States With the Philippines San Francisco April 7George G Ward of New York vice president of the Commercial Cable Co arrived here to select a landing place for the jprojected cable between this coast and the Philippines Mr Ward is accompanied by Charles Curtis the companys chief electrician While here Mr Ward will consult with John W Mackay president of the company Mr Ward said Sunday night We are going to build the cable Ir irespective of congressional action The first link between San Francisco and Honolulu will be completed by th earl of next October The cable wil 1 be shipped from England next July IIt has not yet been decided where w will land on this const It will either be at Monterey or this city probably the latter CHAMPION WING SHOT H C Hirschy Won the Great Amer scan Handicap Kansas City Mo April 7H C Hirschy with a handicap of 20 yards Saturday won the Groat American handicap and thus became champion twing shot of America The last man stand up with him on the shoot off out of the 11S men who had cress scores Friday was C C Spencer of St Louis also a 29yard man who fi rvnallyr failed to kill his 53d bird a tow ering outgoer Both men wore straight up to the Ltd bird The 53d was a towering outgoer Spencer shot first and although he hit It the bird fell dead out of bounds Hirschys 53d was an or dinary right quarterer He killed it with his first barrel but used tho second to make sure PARTYr theeCharleston Expcsitionw Washington April 7 Monday at 330 p m the president and a party of friends leaves Washington for n visit to the Charleston exposition going via the Southern railway The personol of the party is as follows The nredi dent Mrs Roosevelt Attorney Gen eral and Mrs Knox Secretary Wilson Secretary Cortelyou Assistant Secre LoebCorn1and Mrs Cowles Dr John F Uric Mr J K Gracie Hon Murat Halstsad and Mr M G Latta Bank Robbers Chased By Farmers St Joseph Mo April 7The Rus kin Neb bank robbers four in number who secured 15000 Saturday morning were Sunday chased by a posse of farmer for 30 miles until the robbers crossed Into Kansas and sep arated near Belleville A running fire was kept up for several miles Blood hounds were put on the trail of the bandits but lost it near Scandia Peru Wants Reciprocity Lima Peru April 7Senor Cariland In a recently published article advocates strenuous efforts on the part of Peru to secure a reciprocity treaty with the United States similar to the art projected between the Unit savetthe sugar Industry of Peru Creet Car Strike Ended Scranton Pa April 7 Scrantons ix moatsstreet car strike is at anIend and the men returned to work signend uy Manager Silliman and the executive board of the strikers Frantz Declared Ineligible BbFrantz 03 first baseman on the Harv and baseball team last year has been declared ineligible for the nine this year by the Harvard athletic commit tee on sroundsof professionalism M MAKES THE BLOOD BOIL WcMern UciMilillonii ithtrr f p A ninmt Ilex Mviulxli ItrrdiriMi of the KUNI J I republican reprtsnit alive who hiI IA nt enough to be a member at lUmmit1eelitcluutetl uiicii Istund in nor last conference ati Cubit alit wauhtMl the members of nljn party pacing through the trflett- ltny jj tiidl tli ilunu hoI Ilan b iau C o ntuuyof hi part 3 vjtU Hgaint attnnimg any relief 10 tub j leas it beentie laey unregarded y rou bide ration ofHaute and expeffr wtttlllrtlmlI1ilKII I 1 cause the eastern H tin her of th party would nr vote then weatcri pain their shan of the spoils sajfttlv i jKMjfu t imunolc Says U i 116 uncd westerner PQ the nest iuv err wu U cusses Ulb the pII1HepIt protection tot Rli 1 b tag ca ar ttrru gritII It nruItllii Vet tlie e iiitti troai ncw mat + Itltu d upw virtually Moving thai wntn it carne u Uiiii Ifln ut the pee teoWoii s spoils the vest had no rights whirli tue were bowed to respect That wasI what iiuue my blood twit with indignation Thih nt least has the merit of frankness this titateMnans blood tthi not boil bwaiue cf tile wrung dour to the coiKunier +vlio iis the victim of the tariff sy + tem of rapine but beetitwe the eastern republican would not vote to victimize him stir further There is more of cold blood than of bulling blood in his statement of what the western republican have dote for their eastern pals They the Past enters hnve never asked anything we have not accorded them irrespective of the rights of the consumers Here we have a very cool confession that this western representative of what knew perfectly well that con sinners hut rights and that western con uultrs were the victims and not the beneficiaries and yet that he and other western republicans never hesitated to give the eastern beneficiaries nil they demander regardless of the rights of western consumers Will western consumers who rend this confession entertain more gladlyo feeling toward these western repre seninl ins who it iit admitted have rep relented eastern rather than western interests and who have voted to bleed their own ctnMitneniK to build up the private fortune of eastern capitalist than toward the eastern members of the tariff rubbers rool Not if tiny have a perception of the fitness of things While it has Itecn true in the past that the tneinlwrs of the great tariff trust have ineee le l in ulinir to gethM nt rrtjca1Iillll THT iis moth that is hopeful in the current diesea stuns among them When they begin to admit that their FVRteiit laI one of organized rapine and to full out over the spoils tin leaders nm v get together again but the followers are rather likely to peiveive that they have been victims as wHI an follower oath make up their mind that they hare followed long enutigh and that it iis high time for them to assert their rights as con ftumrr Mere qunrrelM among lenders may not signifyi party disruption hut quur rcls which expose the Traders in the character of confessed plunderers of- ttthe people may reasonably he expect ed to produce some effect upon the minds of the people It may reasonably be expected to turn them away from lenders who confess to being robbers to leaders of another 1dndJOPINIONS AND POINTERS Get Iuus ton complains that the papers lied about him Perhaps he ould iiin chance to revise bis re marks Indianapolis News IndVhon a man really dues not want to be nominated for president nw Mark llatina says he does not be neednt trust that his friends will discourage the idea There are surer ways of dodging the unwelcome hoimrN1 World We record with regret the noo e sell administrations first surrender Nor dots the proposed promotion nlPension Cuinmircioncr Evans to the diplomatic service make the surrender any the less abject PoKton Herald IruU iiHewoy and Schley and Clark and the others have won their individuali tame Long will be remembered ifui all only 0s the secretary who allowed their services to be belittled and who held on to his office long after the gen Peal sentiment of the country had de mantled his retirement Philadelphia Times The republican party says Henry Wattersonisa syndicated party Arbitrary power is its motor the almight dollar its trademark If iit be not checked in the gait it is goingj iit will ia the end surely Mexiennize republic Wen said Massa Henry anil well within the truth Indianapolis Sentintir ii4Jr Another indication Ihnt he knows his business is HannaV rn nouncement that lie I5s tut a candidate He understands the perils that beset an early boom and how the peopleshy1 1 away from a man who wants the 1resi dency n ul goes after it anti then try to forte it on a mnn who playctlt game of running away from i irToledo Bee The preFidenrs siirremertotlie anti Evans pension grubbers is corn plete rite talk about continuing the Evans policy in the ct lil1et of tliepen = Sinn department is belled 1 y the facfi that Evans is to be no longer in con trol llooscvelt has tatted the sweets fir power and troche iisftrainingevery nerve to be reelected to the high office Nashville American ROUNDCROOKEDNESSfnetlta nr TriiHt liiiit In Uie CuJcin hatter Criininal 1Ifrrrttiprut t asreetut a1 2JII rub are the legitimate outcome jjjjrlia wny iu which the struggle lias tbatlJ i f i thesfr uKar beet wt- id tu engage in that indntrt buttoriilfrlam 1 l In usedfffirarfttiof an ulterior purpose anti inaBy hjf members oftonG lfO4 wire JI1 sleepless yolicitmie for the I verTiil agricnitnral element were Ii t R aJjit ir nerks in tie thence They lingtdriving trrtft purehaxe of the beet sugar fm rte and are now desert ing him wit Ii jjdhloodcd chni1in that he never a vitalI factor in tVie game say Detroit Fret Pr s hero is no wayof telling what tho Bt limy have Naught in nifoition to halPSalrdi part t r who thtjQultlJ rather than permit a reduction of time tmiff CuINtAAI iluence enigmatic hut warwly ntcult these boisterous And swashbuck lingchampioiiK of the farmers are now welcome gueato iu the ramp of the enemy The whole story of the con Hicis disgraceful one and discouragi i hunetadministration hisfritndsnereowiry hasbtchndultfbehind tIll legitimate functions of his elites in trying to hold his position and thenl resorted to questionable enter Ilrile Ihel senate said byvote that it hail a irigHt to confirm a reciprocity treaty tha 1 by the president without refcr lnerto whaf the house might want SeiiStor Burrow prupitiift tlfe Attitude 1 quIt1n1ipnvvrrful1ph1 OVeiforeing its wny Into the white i brraklnitdwitiogyere going to die in t ht last c itcli h etljt with it Their piisant rein tijwi3ire not disturbed though tie ailgaff trust is in the sndtile and time farumrs are left to hold the bag Thtjr iiiltit cc was not in ficMmir alone arid UJjpTlmluir i WII merle 1 ilha 11111 oJUt coinhine nml rjiet iil Ililii i ri at allies ther hart aWtd ama n how RK the lamb that called unttlCII It for ammisance- i EEXPANSION AND PROTECTION The IliMuilillcnii Ioliey Jit Var + vilh i the A oil ti I Ktt i i ii of liiMiiInr Y Property f jlle etofore when any great iquf pjtioif uf territory has been alvill to tits ifrunjOf the United Stars ate In the case of the Louisiana purrha the Cessioni of Florida and the later nddi tlonsof territory ceded by Mexico amid purchased from the Mexican jfovern tiiept muter the close of the Mexican varthe tusk of incorporation and subsequent assimilation liar been lift to he hands of a party with a genius Attfd to the CJldl ion Under vtee ileni ocr tic ndministratloti ami without itretchiiifr or straining of the limits fixed by the constitution nearly nil the acquired territory liars state after stab incorporated in the body of the union says the Philadelphia ltecord- Following in the line of democratic precedent the republican J + Arty vutilil Ijnve land little or no ditlienlty in deal jing with the people in the East and painfllli late u nr But there wax n departure from plain duty The free trule which has been from first to last a bindingtie between the people of the states and territories and wliuli by lleveling all barriers to rmm n trial1 in ttfrcourse has built up tIll national i prosperity was denied to the IUlJn ailnjnrrf these iislands The principle pf protection was at war with the pol iof insulnrmequ giion that foUnweffts SpanishtTreasure in the effort to superimpose protection upon exnanfion iis time awful price the country has horn obliged toj pay for tlie abandonment of deiuncntt ic precedents in refusintr to carry the icnnstitpition aloncr with the Hag AVi5shonov attarliin r to our ThpI treatment of the Cubans is only a ftlrIIther anilification of the snipe dj trots policy t Almost Ton Gonil The republicans threaten to pats the Crumpncker resolution for an investiDi theJrltherll111piVnlocrntsbill issue and a reperate ntteirm on Klfe part of the repnblirr to get rue nicre congress rut rf the wild ffc flaixal and race issue AK tbiw vowli Instantly solidify Host nPeaof i paigning ct ery southern suet border State and cause a sharp reneiit n iigninst the party in power aiuonir the business interets that have large in ivestments at the smith it seems rn incredible folly Coir Ing on top o the Philippine fiasco the venial ttf jistjre tl Cuba and the refusal tq jSitigate OPCIlWil Louislr M = BELIABLE R K ilK EA RD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes j of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredat ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies fALL GOODS GUAltiNTlilt 11- t D I ItIlPR SRNTII ROOFING A SPECIALTY r=r iar= = = 1Bl11 1 HlCKMAN KENTUCKY I apital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door SafelWas never yet beer Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President CasblercAMBERG Aiat Cashier I IHCKJHAN WAGON CO MAMOVAtrUKKUH UP TIll CEIfcHKATKI rt rnSF i E CEK4JJj wAGtON H1CKIM2AN XENTUOKY VITALITYPOWERHEALTII RTORllt The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for ail SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles warmtht rerlceb odd impart cnergy THEY NEVER FAIL Ko matter how hopeless the caso may seem Astonlshinjr and qulckro cults They sup iy the Nerves Brain nod Blood with the mot oxTer ECtnllutrllllodNatural Vegetable Tonic arequlcklyasimilatd nsioring Lost Vitality naturally und Unrun Tablets art the prtrduet of the latest mort 1jHrmanently IICl aklllful said learned nearchln iialerlahiedlCaThcyactsufoallothesystemnndiraveitsuongcr rv fl IIC L tfh Ih t Ihn nt nl II 1ln 1nM nh 6n hiENanEandt WOMEN stronrt and guarantee They surely andro usfqutcklystopalldralns Impotency Night Losses Vericocete bad effects of Tobacco rd WhtskeLest Man oed VcrtljtoSt a ttldiseascsornnsotIthemgratnt Paralysis and Consumption Weak Women ncxnThty will print the Bloom of Health to Palo Faces with pleasure to life We could cw Thous ands of Testimonials but your bet my is to try them We refund the money u a turo is not affected 3 Try them nnd f you want jt you win have your monty buck just for thotistnic Prico roc a box of teU days treninient r X lxll ft t Securely Mahill v mm 1 1osUxo Mump tukea ammo M rash Adilnw THE NEEVO REMEDY CO 358 West Jefferson St Louiville Ky Solo Agents for tho United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgirl I The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas gOi via Cairo and th- eCotton Belt Routev fromrj J twentyfive to fifty miles shorter ILTV thanother routes I Lll nis saving in distanceIi I j yfsmakes a corresponding sav 1 tLIme J sv i 4Cctton Belt Dams ctny 1utknssyii 1ti Sleepers at night Parlor Cafe Cars T r C r during the dry and Free G alt tus7Z f both day and night l i Write and tell us whereyort we I 7 4 1 going and when you will leave and 01r a f tA j 44L f schedule for the trip WewfflriioIP I send you an I nlCftsl Seic boo61 c TexastA dJ 1iNABttll T P1 tali ill 4 ba SsiSttaaittflt tOf I Rarye II i Leaves Chicago at 63O p m daily VIA THS t CHICAGO MILWAUKEE L ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 am Minneapolis at630a m TIll Only Perfect Trail u s till Wadi- ii 1 1 tiT f iT The Hickman Courier GEOROR WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY t9t916f ww= rwl wtAA = v = 11902 APRlt 1902 m EL Tt1L TID T10L 11I ALT d J 1 2 3 4 J i la6 l4 7 8 9 l10 l 1 ffi 13 14 15 6 171819IC 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ill 27 28 29 30 rn ja A A A A EdSI Ebrii8S wCURRENT TOPICS r- An agitation for a Greater Pitts burg has been started t Prlnco eorge Of Prussia is the oldest living Hohenzollern The Berlin fire department was called out 11000 times last year The latest London novelty is the somersault cure for fat women rJohn JD Rockefeller jr began to earn money when he was six years JCnnonVWilberforce of London says that he sces in wireless telegraphy an argument for prayer In a heavy gale Atlantic waves are sometimes 45 feet from trough to crest and thou crests 600 feet apart The rotation of waterspout at the surface of the sea has bqqn estimated by ProfjBIgeIow as 351 miles an hour or nearly six miles a minute Hon mnQi boned to succeed Lord Pauarefote as British ambassador at Washington is i GladstoneiThomas Cahill is the oldest living niemberjpf the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of Boston having celebrated his l2d birthday recently1c Current Literature tells of a young ster vvlioaptly defined a dachshund cs onefof those dogs that are a dog and a half long arm only half a dog high 1 Smokeless powder when blown into tissue at close quarters causes less l jiatn and suppuration than black powder i and the grins arc more easily removed The largest copper refining works in the world Isthatrfat Perth Amboy N Y Fifteen to eighteen million pounds of copper are refined by electrolysis i each month Recent explorations In Egypt have unearthed the consecutive order of 17 r foundar R EgypdanOne hundred and seventythree members of parliament have declared themselves in favor of the introduction of tho metric system of weights and i measures into England Daniel Wells the wealthiest man In Wisconsin who died recently erected ah office building In Milwaukee of pure white glazed terra cotta the only one in the United States In the four great capitals of Europe Jn the ten years from 1877 to 1SC6 the smallpox deaths per 100000 living were as follows Vienna C7 Paris 2S London 25 Berlin 1 A salmon recogt zed by experts to be a true salmo salar has been netted In the estuary of the Thames off Leigh and is to be preserved and placed Ill the British museum Each year It becomes increasingly difficult to secure lobster eggs along the New England coast At the same time the number of lobsters taken each year does not greatly decrease The largest family in Pennsylvania was born at Mountain Top near the city and still lives there The moth er Mrs Samuel Swartwood has borne 29 children and 22 of them are living Samuel Rawson Gardiner the Eng i fish historian recently deceased devoted more than 40 years to pains taking researches for his history ofi the Stuarts the great rebellion and the protectorateJohn of Syracuse N Y has been awarded the contract to build and equip a railroad among the fjords and hills of northern Norway He will be the first American contractor to construct a railway in Norway Peter Kuntzthe millionaire of Day ton O and Chicago who recently an nounced that be intended to operate a cotton plantation with trained mon keys now claims that he was only joking when he made the statement Wita the consent of Secretary Hay the tristees of the John Hay normal and industrial school for colored Yiutbjot Alexandria Va have changed its name to the William Mc KlnleyJ normal and industrial school Th first monument ever erected to a cool is about to be unveiled in Par is The chef In question is Urban Dubois who labored in the German emperors kitchen So popular was he that Ills brother cooks have united to doiaim honor Rev Dr J S R Hodges rector of St Pauls Baltimore for 31 years officiated at over 25000 services cele timesrImptiacd 1500 persons confirmed overT t marriagetceremoniez It le stated that during the year r 1901 the pope figured as legatee in over ft0 wills throughout the Catholic k I world the aggregate amount thus left i to him being 000000 The largest single legacy to his holiness was 30 000 bequeathed to him by a wealthy Italian manufacturer and the sec- ondrJJct 20000 ii iirr TWO CITIES TAKEN Tucacas and Barqnisimfeto Capi tal of the State of Lara in evolutionists Hands GEN ESCALANTE SUFFERED DEFEAT Of 850 Venezuelan Soldiers Engaged in the Battle 350 Retreated Balance Killed or Wounded Government Forces Were Also Routed Near Caucagua State of Petare and the Rio Chico District- Is In Arms Willemstad Island of Curacao April SNews has reached here that the seaport of Tucacas in the state of Lara was taken April 3 by revolu tionary forces under Solagny German merchants at Caracas have re ceived information that Barquisimet the capital of the state of Lara has been in possession of the revolution Ists since April 4 j The revolution in the eastern part of Venezuela has made much progress during the past week and the government has been obliged to send reinforcements of troops and supplies of ammunition dally to many parts of the republic Gen Escalante and two or Presi dent Castros brothers suffered severe defeat at the hands of insurgents under Rorando Penalost and Duchar me April 3 at San Agostin near Ca rupano state of Berraudez Of the SM government soldiers engaged in this action only 350 retreated the remain der being killed wounded or desert ing The government was defeated in an other engagement April 4 near El Pilar when its soldiers were trying to reach Cariaco in Bermudez On this occasion the government troops again retreated to Carupano where Gen Es calante is awaiting reinforcements- The town of Cumana In Bermudez is surrounded by revolutionary forces Barcelona the capital of the state of Bermudez Is again closely watched by the insurgents under Mongas Gen Helutinl the minister of the In tenor has recently been sent to this town Government officials at Cams cas estimate that there are 3500 revo lutionists under anus in the above mentioned districts The revolutionary Gen Riera is still in the district of Coro where his forces are checking the government troops under Gen Go mez the vice president of the repub lieThe government forces have also been routed near Caucagua in the state of Petare and the Rio Chico die tract Is also In arms The sltuatior of the Venezuelan government is OP coming critical It Is almost without financial resources and consequently can not pay its soldiers The people are making efforts to escape forcibly enlistment in the army and President Castro has been obliged to bring troops from the state of Los Andes Castro was born in this state and the men from there are called Andinos The customs receipts of the ropub lie are decreasing rapidly TERRENCE V POWDERLY Hs Resigns as Commissioner General of Immigration Washington April 8Thereslgnn tion of Terrence V Powderly as com missioner general of immigration has been placed in the hands of the ores ident Mr Powderly is to be succeed ed in office by Mr Frank P Sargent but as the latter does not expect to take hold for more than a month the present commissioners resignation probably will not be accepted by the president until that date Politics Caused a Killing Griffin Ga April SHon James Flynn Spalding countys representa tive in the legislature shot and hilled Butler Hudson here Monday night aft er Hudson had fired two shots into Flynns body one in the chest and cue in the abdomen which may prove fa tal Politics is said to be the cause of the lkilling Commandant Erasmus Killed London April SGen Lord Kitch ener in the course of an official casu alty report received at the war office announces the death of Commandant Erasmus the wellknown Boer leader who was killed In an engagement with Col Pilchcrs column near Boshof on April 3 A Rich Gold Strike Virginia City Mont April 8pllof the richest gold strikes in the state has been in the Kearsarge at Sum mit The vein is over a foot in width and is reported to be almost pure gold The property is owned by Charles Millard son of United States Senator Mil- lIard of Nebraska Erne and Gans Matched Buffalo N Y April 8Erne and Gans have each posted 500 as a guarantee that they will appear on May 12 at the International club at Fort Erie just across the river from Buffalo They are to box 20 rounds ct ISf pounds to weigh in at tne ring side S oscd Infernal Machine Brussels April SA supposed In fernal machine exploded at the en trance of tIle Banque National and caused slight damage to the janitors apartments No clue has been found to the persons who caused the ex plosion I1 PRESIDENTS SOUTHERN TRIP The Virginians Showed Extreme Cordiality and Enthusiasm Danville Va April 8 President Roosevelts journey through Virginia has been marked by extreme cordiality and enthusiasm and ne has shown the keenest Interest in the historic country through which the train is passing His first remarks were addressed to a small crowd at Rallis hannock where the train made a shoes stop for water He appeared upon the rear platform and after bowing fiisj acknowledgments said to the littletgathering I am now upon historic1 groundAt the people wcfr out in force In the crowd were aj Iijtheerence to John Greenway a forraej1 member of his regiment who was University of Virginia man cause jlegement at Lynchburg For some jun5 known reason the train stopped gjuij side the city limits and those jjjoj had waited in the rain for the l na 3 dents coming had to be content wir view of him through the car wlnlas the train sped by the Danville there was another large aiTf seiublage tho president being cjphi pelted to come out on the platform and acknowledge their greetings J EXECUTION OF PATRICK New York Lawyer Sentenced to De th An Appeal Will Be Made r New York April SAlbort T Pat rick who was convicted on March 26 of the murder of William Marsh Rio was sentenced by Recorder Golf to be put to death in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison on May 5 Rico died in this city on September 23 1500 An appeal to be made to the court of appeals by Patricks counsel wIllf act as a stay of execution pending a1 decision by the higher court The re corder in pronouncing sentence made no comment on the jurys verdict To the customary question as to whether the defendant had anything tolsay why judgment should not be pronounc ed Mr House Patricks chief counsel said he desired to make a notion for a new trial because tho verdict was contrary to law Tho recorder denied the motion for a new trial Mr house took an exception and moved for an arrestor Judgment This way denied and sentence was titer proriimr eit by the recorder rORGANIZED LABOR j F tiThe Trades Unions Elected a Mayor at Hartford I CtJJ Hartford Ct April S Orginized labor won a victory In Hartfor Mon day Following the example of laport and Anaemia they have cleMa mayor of the city They captured the democratic nomination and their man Ignatius A Sullivan clerk in a clothing store received the solid vote practically of the trades unions Ma win B Dwight was the republican nomi nee The republicans succeeded in fj Mnq a majority of the common council I I EVIDENCES OF MURDER r I IJRemains of a Man and Woman Discovered in a Railway Station i 1 Gilroy Cal April SThe remain of a man and a woman were dlsboyi crcd in the railroad station herev hen a box which had lain in the station for ten years was opened Ther arc no marks by which the remains ran ritItheJamison who told the agent that he would send for it The rancher disap peared shortly afterward and nothing has been heard of him since vi Attorney Sent to the Workhouse Peoria 111 April SGeorge T Gil liam a prominent Peoria attorneywas Monday sentenced to serve six months In the workhouse and tt pay a fine of 400 and costs He was found guilty of defrauding a woman or 4000 GII Ham says he has no money and will have to serve out the fine which will take something more than a yearii1 ia Found Dead on a Couch New Orleans April SCapt Darid Jackson former president of the Jack son Brewing Co and a man of wealth Qfcas found dead on a couch next to its bathroom A gust of wind is thought to have blown out the gas whit je L was sleeping after a bath taken dur ing the night j Apprehend a RevolttLondon April SThe Danish cruis er Valkyrien which left the Danish West Indies last week says a Cop r hagen correspondent has been sud denly ordered to return to St Thomas as the government is apprehensive of a revolt f Fell From a Brake Beam r Monrovia Cal April SJas Hoclr of Akron 0 a member of ForestslS lodge there was killed here by falltifc off the brake beam of an eastbound Santa Fe train J Post Office RobbedtPalousc Wash April SThe saf4 in the post office here was blown openl with dynamite early Monday andGdo in cash stolen Officers are searching for two suspects Knocked Out in Third Round Louisville KyF Apru 8Marvin Hart of Louisville knocked out Dick OBrien of Lewiston Me In the third round Monday night at Music hall 1111 SERIOUS CHARGES Tile British Accused of Commit ting Atrocities in the Trans vaal by Gen Delarey REPORT SENT TO PAUL KRUGER IWomen Placed as Screens Around I SaidII I to Have Been Killed I jDelafey Complains That Owing to I lyLord Methuens Persecution His iiOwnr Wife and Children Were V Compelled to Wander j t tAmsterdam April SThe Boer bi reau here has published a report whtoi Iwas sent last January by Gen Dcat frey to Mr Kruger and which IK cons tersigned by Ignatius Ferreira the acting states attorney This report contains numerous sto ries of alleged British atrocities and is supported by affidavits Besides the general accusations of placing WIl1 as screens around the British camps as a result of which practice many women are said to have been kille1 Gen Delarey gives specific instances with name and dates of the killing of wounded prisoners and women He complains that owing to Lord Motint ens persecution his own wife with six children has been wandering ot the veldt for the past year Gen DfIll1 rey complains also that his own mo ther aged 83 years was driven no Klerksdorp after her cattle had been stolen and her house burned Van Der Merwe late mining com missioner of the Rand now fighting under Delarey appends a further dkt of atrocities committed on women and children to the report of Gen 1Delarer SIXTO LOPEZ He Is Preparing to Return to the Phil ipplne Islands Boston April 8Slx1o Lopez whl for some months lived in this city and claimed to represent Aguinaldo hat r turned here from the far east and Mon day in an interview said that he way prepared to return to the Philippines and secure final petic provided the United Stales gives some intimation to the Filipinos not necessarily of their Immediate but of their ultimate statusRegarding the order of preventing his return to the Philippines Senor Lopez said the American authorities did not object to his landing In Manila provided he took the oath of allegiance He refused however to tale Jt because ho did not believe that ai y one had a right to Interfere with is liberty of conscience ABANDONED AT SEA The British Ship Frankisten Lost The Crew Was Saved San Francisco April SThe British ship Frankisten laden with coal from Newcastle N S W and bound for this city was abandoned at sea on April 3 her cargo having been on fire for three lays and the vessel being In Imminent danger of destruction Capt Atkinson of the burning ship leis wife and the crew of 26 men were rescued by the schooner IT C Wright and reached this port Monday night COMMANDANT KRIBINGER Acquitted by CourtMartial and Trea ed as Other Prisoners of War London April SA dispatch from Lord Kitchener dated from Pretorl i says Commandant Krlblnger who was captured by Gen French at Hanover road Cape Colony December 17 last and who has been tried by courtmar tla on the charge of having commit ted four murders In addition to train wrecking and cruelty to prisoners has been acquitted and is being well treat ed after an ordinary prisoner of war The Gunbcat Marietta Washington April SThe navy department has been informed that the gunboat Marietta which has been keeping watch over American interests at Colon sailed Sunday for New York The cruiser Philadelphia still remains at Panama on the Pacifl side to await developments 1 The Case of Adm Sampson Washington April 8The United States supreme court refused to grant the motion recently made to dismiss the case of Adm Sampson in which he seeks to recover prize money for the guns and armament of the Span ish vessel Maria Teresa In connection with her capture off Santiago Proposal to Reject Treaty Defeated Copenhagen April SIt Is said that the secret meetings of tne laridsthing were very stormy and that a proposal iWr reject the Danish West Indies treaty was defeated by a vote of 35 to 28 Adm Schley at Utica N Y i Utica N Y April SAdm Schley was the guest of honor at the sixth an uual banquet of the Utica chamber of commerce held Monday evening The admiral was later entertained at the Fort Schuyler clubITen Men Killed in a Mine Madrid April STen men hav been killed by the collapse of a per tion of the Union nines near Cartha gena FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS I Washington April 1SenateDurI-ng the entire session of the senate Monday the oleomargarine bill was un der consideration Three speeches were delivered two in Support of the measure and one against It HouseThe house Monday began consideration of the sundry civil ap propriation bill completln pjie gen eral debate before the cliJlt of the session Little of the speccn making Monday was pertinent to the bill Washington April 2SenateAn I agreement was reached by the senate Tuesday to vote on the pending oleo margarine bill before adjournment next Thursday Debate on the measure was continued throughout Tuesdays sessio- nHouseThe house Tuesday made rapid progress with the sundry civil appropriation bill completing 93 of the 139 pages of the bill Efforts to amend the bill were successfully resisted as a rule by Mr Cannon the chairman of the appropriations com mittee who was personally in charge of the measure The proceedings were without Incident- Washington April 3 Senate Dis cuss Ion of the oleomargarine bill in tho senate Wednesday was enlivened by two or three bright colloquies be tween senators Mr Bailey Tex Tuesdayinoccupyingsenate Wednesday to the bills con slderation Senator Quarles introduced a bill providing for the ratifica tion of the agreement with the Creel Indians looking to the allottmeut ot lands in several territories HouseThe house passed the sun dry civil appropriation bill This is the eighth of the regular annual supply bills which has passed at this ses sion Only a few unimportant amendments were attached to it After it was disposed of debate on the revenue cutter bill was resumed Messrs Sul zer N YI Bellamy N C Ryan N Yr Lessler N Y and Goldfogle N Y spoke for the measure and Messrs Loud Cal and Crumpacker Ind against it Representative Patterson Tenn introduced a bill to abolish slavery In the Philippines and to invalidate the treaty between Gen Bates and the sultan of the Sulu islands Washington April ISenateAtt- he conclusion of a lively debate Thursday the senate passed the oleo margarine bill by a vote of 39 to 31 The measure as passed by the senate differs in some respects from that passed by the house of representatives It provides that oleomargarine and kindred products shall be subject to all the laws and regulations of any state or territory or the District of Co lumbia into which they we transport ed whether in original packages or otherwise that any person who cells oleomargarine and furnishes it for the use of others except to his own fam ily who shall mix with it any artificial coloration that causes it to look like butter shall be held to bo a manufac turer and shall be subject to the tax provided by existing laws that upon oleomargarine colored so as to resemble butter a tax of ten cents a pound shall be levied but upon oleomargarine not colored the tax shall be onefourth of one per cent per pound that upon adulterated butter a tax of ten cents a pound shall be lev led and upon all process or renovated butter the tax shall be onefourth of one per cent per pound The manufacturers of process or of renovated or of adulterated butter shall pay an annual tar of GOO the wholesale deal ers shall pay a tax of 480 and the re tail dealers a tax of 48 per annum The measure provides regulations for the collection of the tax and pre scribes minutelyI how the various products are to be prepared for market HouseThe senate bill to promote the efficiency of the revenue cutter service passed the house Thursday by a vote of 135 to 49 The bill gives tho commanding officers of the revenue service relative rank as follows Captains with majors in the army and lieutenant commanders in the navy first lieutenants with captains in the army and lieutenants in the navy second lieutenants with first lieuten ants in the army and lieutenants junior grade in the navy and third lieu tenants with second lieutenants in the army and ensigns in the navy It gives the officers of the service longevity pay equivalent to the corresponding rank in the army and provides for their retirement with three fourths pay for disability or upon reaching the age limit of C4 years Washington April 5SenateThesenate Friday began consideration of the Chinese exclusion bill Mr Mitch ell Ore making the opening speech The Indian appropriation bill was un der consideration for a time but was not completed A concurrent resolution was adopted providing for the appointment ota jolbt committee the two branches of congress to atfjj tend the ceremonies incident to transfer of the remains of Gen Wil liam Rosecrans from California to their final resting place in Arlington cemetery near this city The committee j on the part of the senate WAS named as follows Senators Foraker Spooner Proctor Bate and Pettus HouseThe house Friday began con exclusionbill I I principle of exclusion appeared but members supportMessrsHittPa supported the majority bill andI andNathan conslderatIon the senate Mr Wu was In the gallery and took proceedings Negotiations Opened ColonyAprIlger has opened negotiations with President Steyn who has been located with Delarey and Kemp but tip remnants of the party has not been rfbertainsd DeWet Is located near Boslfof Tennysons ProofSheet singlepagerollo ade the original rough proof sheet corrected by Tennyson before it was printed in the Examiner has been rolI at auction in this city for 440 A l ervoniarsi Gave the AVordaaTwUt gatherinand doorWait the nervous groom Is it the right or left hand the ring goes on minister And doctor isis it kisstermary to enta 4 the bride 1l1iladelphia Times Deep IlillonopUr Why is it he mused while the lines of thought deepened on his countenance Why is it he continued that as sooo popuLu1t16cerybodNot until the listeners had argued the matter among themselves and connected the waves with the soaking did the true in wardness of his question dawn upon them Baltimore American Obi tgiag GuardNow then miss get in quick please The train is mat going to start Young Lady But I want to give my Uter a kiss Get in lli see to thatTitBits- Ask ToDay for Allen a FootBaae It cures swollen aching tired feet Atall Druggists and Shoestores ere Sample sent FREE Address A S Olmstcd Le RoyN Y Only a lllrd Nervous Lady as a large bird flies before the tft elOhcaptain is that an omenMatterofFact Captain No madam that is a teagull Judge To Cure a Cold In One Dar Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggistsrofundmonpyifitfanstocure25c Rank and riches are chains of gold but still ihaius Rutlini = u 20 MILLION BOTTLES S SOLD EVERY YEAR a From all parts cf the wcrid core testimo mats cf the efficacy of s St Jacobs Oiltocorepsr pain and relieve Euf ferine It cures o RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA BRUISES O BURNS HEADACHES SORE THROAT O CHEST COLDS STIFFNESS SORE e NESS arpll bodily ashes and pains No e other rerrcay has received such endcrse merits and today ST JACOBS OIL Is the only A e prTrMiry tr1 re on r l1hwJblsbeen o abided thesup med tirctloncf CoHMad a als at the Get Voii i Fair srj Industrial 0Expositions e CONQUERS PAIN e e earoeea os soo ey e jABSOLUTE SECURIT Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must sear Signature of 4ijSee FoeSimile Wrapper Below Terr catnap and as easy to take as TOga- rPADTCDOIFOIIIEADACHE uArU trio FOR DIZZINESS ITTLE FOR BILIOUSNESS I IVFR FOR TORPID LIVER PILLS FOR CQXSTIPATIOH FOR SALLOW SXIH FOR THE COMPLEXI01I 2s mtIoeQcta83aI yararu oG CURE SICK HEADACHE l J6LAS1WIfIIOES J0 Z3 CLCflOltTbe BtoTNaudlhe bestthoedeaienetcrywbetts boUOtaNoti d stsumsteeraf 1899 =R98182Palr 1900 =1259754 Pairs I 19011566720 Pairs B YearsTtIelllmonmenlI imand3tO tboestWn W L ltouriatanother two tnantn In Ult world00 antshoesside trim plated aide bysuo sad soo S11 of other mates arefound to e lust as good They wan outwear two bossMadeIncluding PatentCorona Xd Corona Colt and National Xangaroo 1IL rut Cole ry1t ud Ia1 Diu BMh II d 5BbuettuutlaacextralAlAloaieeeW L Douglass BrocktonMatwf u cut n ALL LSE neat Cogth Syrup Tastes Good tI eIn time ti Id by dru ttttt I CONSUMPTION a r 1- t The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher TUCKMAN KENTUCKY e atrw E E 9 t J902 APRIL 1902 9Sill tOL TOra1D recsL tai SUo j r J 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 lT112i i m 13 14 15 67l9 1jE L20 il 22 23 24 25 26 ilr ffi lliiIllii A 1 1 r=y i=iwvIi7iV1w SE=r2BQ h e CURRENT TOPICS Jr T An agitation for a Greater Pitts burg his been started- Princojceorgo of Prussia is the old est living Ilohenzollern The Berlin fire department was called out 11000 time v last year M The thexwomenSJohn JD Rockefeller jr began to earn money when he was six years old CanonTwilberforce of London says that he sees in wireless telegraphy an argument for prayer In a heavy gale Atlantic waves are sometimes 45 feet from trough to crest and their crests GOO feet apart The rotation of waterspout at the surface of the sea has bean estimated by ProfJBigoIow as 351 miles an hour or nearly six miles a minute Hon Alfred Littleton M P men tioned to succeed Lord Pauarefoto as British ambassador at Washington is a nephew of William Ewart Gladstone Thomas Cahill is the oldest living inemberiOf the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of Boston having celebrated his 92d birthday recently Current Literature tells of a youngster 1 wlio aptly defined a dachshund IS one of those dogs that are a dog and a half long aifj only half a dog highSmokeless powder when blown into tissue atl closo quarters causes less pain and suppuration than black pow der and the grains are more easily removed The largest copper refining works in the world listhatjnt Perth Amboy N Y Fifteen to eighteen million pounds of copper arc refined by electrolysis each month Recent explorations In Egypt have unearthed the consecutive order of 17 kings thus establishing a firm founda f lion for the Investigation of Egyp tlanhistory One hundred and sevontythreo members of parliament have declared themselves in favor of the Introduction- of tho metric system of weights and measures into England Daniel Wells the wealthiest man in Wisconsin who died recently erected anoffice building In Milwaukee of pure white glazed terra cotta the only one In the United States In the tour great capitals of Europe In the ten years from 1877 to 1866 the smallpox deaths per 100000 living were as follows Vienna C7 Paris 28 London 25 Berlin 1 A salmon recognrzed by experts to be a true salmo salar has been netted In the estuary of the Thames off Leigh and is to be preserved and placed inline British museum Each year it becomes increasingly difficult to secure lobster eggs along the New England coast At the same time the number of lobsters taken each year does not greatly decrease The largest family In Pennsylvania yeas born at Mountain Top near the city and still lives there The moth er Mrs Samuel Swartwood has borne i 29 children and 22 of them are living Samuel Rawson Gardiner the E- nglUsh historian recently deceased de voted more than 40 years to pains taking researches for his history of the Stuarts the great rebellion and the protectorateJohn of Syracuse N Y bas been awarded the contract to build and equip a railroad among the fjords and hills of northern Norway He Will be the first American contractor to construct a railway in Norway Peter Kuntz the millionaire of Dayton 0 and Chicago who recently an nounced that he intended to operate a cotton plantation with trained mon keys now claims that he was only Joking when he made the statement With tie consent of Secretary Hay the tristees of the John Hay normal and industrial school for colored youth of Alexandria Va have changed its name to the William Mc- Kinleyt normal and industrial school s The first monument ever erected to a cook Ss about to be unveiled in Par is The chef in question is Urban Dubois who labored in the German emperors kitchen So popular was he that ills brother cooks have united to doihlm honor Revf Dr J S R Hodges rector of St Pauls Baltimore for 31 years officiated at over 25000 services cele bratedthe holy eucharist 000 timesa baptised 1500 persons confirmed overt 1200 land performed 390 marriage ceremonies It is stated that during the year 1901 the pope figured as legatee inrr over TOO Rills throughout the Catholic 1 world the aggregate amount thus left F largestF000 bequeathed thim by a wealthy Italian manufacturer and the second sanest 120000 f r- I 1 r i n 11 I 1 TWOCITIESTAKEN Tucacajs and Barqnisiineto Capi tal of the State of Lara in revolutionists Hand GEN ESCALANTE SUFFERED DEFEAT Of JJ50 Venezuelan Soldiers Engaged in the Battle 350 Retreated Balance Killed or Wounded Government Forces Were Also Routed Near Caucagua State of Petare and the Rio Chico District- Is In Arms Willemstad Island of Curacao April 8News has reached here that the seaport of Tucacas in the state of Lara was taken April 3 by reVOlt tionary forces under Solagny German merchants at Caracas have received information that Barquisimet the capital of the state of Lara has been in possession of the revolution Ists since April 4 The revolution in the eastern part of Venezuela has made much progress during the past weok and the government has been obliged to send reinforcements of troops and supplies of ammunition daily to many parts of the republic Gen Escalante and two or Prest dent Castros brothers suffered severe defeat at the hands of insurgents under Rorando Penalost and Duchar me April 3 at San Agostln near Cn rupano state of Bermudas Of the SoO government soldiers engaged in this action only 350 retreated the remain der being killed wounded or desert ingThe government was defeated in another engagement April 4 near El Pilar when its soldiers were trying to reach Cariaco In Bermudez On this occasion the government troops again retreated to Carupano where Gen Es calante is awaiting reinforcements The town of Cumana in Bermudez is surrounded by revolutionary force Barcelona the capital of the state of Bermuclez Is again closely watche1 by the Insurgents under Monngas Gen Helutini the minister of the interior has recently been sent to tiffs town Government officials at Cara cas estimate that there are 3600 revo lutionists under anus in the above mentioned districts The revolutions ary Gen Riera is still in the district of Coro whore his forces are checking the government troops under Gen Go mez the vice president of the repub lieThe government forces have also been routed near Caucagua in the state of Petare and the Rio Chico dill trlct is also In arms The situation of the Venezuelan government Is uP- coming critical It is almost without financial resources and consequently can not pay its soldiers The people are making efforts to escape forcible enlistment in the army and President Castro has been obliged to bring troops from the state of Los Andes Castro was born in this state and the men from there are called Andinos The customs receipts of the ropub lie are decreasing rapidly TERRENCE V POWDERLY He Resigns as Commissioner General of Immigration Washington April 8The resigna tion of Terrence V Powderly as com missioner general of immigration has been placed in the hands of the president Mr Powderly is to be succeed ed in office by Mr Frank P Sargent but as the latter does not expect to take hold for more than a month the present commissioners resignation probably will not be accepted by the president until that date Politics Caused a Killing Griffin Ga April 8Hon James Flynn Spalding county representa tive in the legislature shot and killed Butler Hudson here Monday night aft er Hudson had fired two shots into Flynns body one In the chest and cnt in the abdomen which may prove fa tal Politics Is said to be the cause of the killing Commandant Erasmus Killed London April SGen Lord Kitch ener in the course of an official casualty report received at the war office announces the death of Commandant Erasmus the wellknown Boer leader who was killed In an engagement with Col Flickers column near Boshof on I April 3 A Rich Gold Strike Virginia City Mont April Spne- ot the richest gold strikes in the state has been in the Kearsarge at Sum mit The vein is over a foot in width and is reported to be almost pure gold The property is owned by Charles Mil lard son of United States Senator Mil lard of Nebraska Erne and Gans Matched Buffalo N Y April SErne and Gans have each posted 500 as a guarantee that they will appear on May 1C at the International club at Fort Erie just across the river from Buffalo They are to box 20 rounds rt 186 pounds to weigh in at tne ring side Soled Infernal Machine Brussels April SA supposed internal machine exploded at the en trance of the Banque National and caused slight damage to the janitors apartments No clue has been found to the persons who caused the ex plosion iv W UIt PRESIDENTS SOUTHERN TRIP The Virginians Showed Extreme Con diality and Enthusiasm Danville Va April 8 President Roosevelts journey through Virginia has been marked by extreme cordiality and enthusiasm and no has shown the keenest interest in the historic trainJlspassingdressed to a small crowd at Rape hannock where the train made a shoat stop for water He appeared upon Ii rear platform and after bowing yfj acknowledgments said to the liule gathering I am now upon historic ground e-At Charlottesville the peopl wav out In force In the crowd wereja number of Spanish war veterans homl the president recognized and his ref4 erence to John Greenway a forme member or his regiment who wasf University of Virginia man Icausedl 1thelege yell Great was the dlsaiPol meat at Lynchburg For some fu known reason the train stopped side the city limits and those Ojj had waited In the rain for the pifedj dents coming had to bo content wflYsj view of him through the car wlnure as the trait sped by the depot pv Danville there was another large rtet semblago the president being com polled to come out on tho platform and acknowledge their greetings EXECUTION OF PATRICK New D1hAnf New York April SAlhert T Pat rick who was convicted on March 2C of the murder of William Marsh Rico was sentenced by Recorder Gof to be put to death in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison on May 5 Rice 100AnwnKactascision by the higher court Thirecorder in pronouncing sentence made no comment on the jurys verdict To the customary question as to whether the defendant had anything to say why judgment should not bo pronounc sed Mr House Patricks chief counsel said he desired to make a motion for a new trial because the verdlctfwas contrary to law The recorder denied the motion for a new trial Mr House took an exception and moved ffran arrest of judgment This wai Fde nied and sentence w3 then proraiinr fit by the recorderrORGANIZED LABORiiThe Trades Unions Elected a Mayor at Hartford Ctzf Hartford CU April S Orgmized labor won a victory in HartforMon day Following the example oCB At 1 tort and Ansonla they have eledea mayor of the city They captured the democratic nomination and their man Ignacius A Sullivan clerk In af cloth ing store received the solid vote pric WenBi neo The republicans succeeded r- iP1H a majority of the common council i 1 EVIDENCES OF MURDER a I Remains of a Man and Woman Discovered in a Railway Station f Gilroy Cal April SThe remain of a man and a woman were dis oy ered In the railroad station here v len- a box which had lain in the stati m for ten years was opened Tiler are no marks by which the remains care witltheJamison who told life agent that he would send for it The rancher d1 appeared shortly afterward and nothing has been heard of him since 1 i Attorney Sent to the Workhouse Peoria III April 8George TGil Ham a prominent Peoria attorney was Monday sentenced to servo six months In the workhouse and to pay a fine of 400 and costs He was found guilty of defrauding a woman or 4000 Gila tam says he has no money and will have to serve out the fine which will take something more than a year tI Found Dead on a Couch DaridJacksonson Brewing Co and a man of wealth ras found dead on a couch next to his bathroom A gust of wind is thought kewasing the night itI i t Apprehend a Revolt t London April SThe Danish cruis er Vallcyrlen which left the Danish West Indies last week says a Copea hagen correspondent has been sud denly ordered to return to St Thomas as the government Is apprehensive cf a revolt If Fell From a Brake Beam i Monrovia Cal April SJas Hock of Akron O a member of Forested lodge there was killed here by falllfc I off the brake beam of an eastboiinj Santa Fe trainii Post Office Robbedt l safeinwith dynamite early Monday and 6JO searchingfor Knocked Out In Third Round Louisville Kyt Apra 8 Marvin Hart of Louisville knocked out Dicki OBrien of Lewiston Me In the third sound Monday night at Music hall I j 5 i si1- W SERIOUS CHARGES The British Accused of Committing Atrocities in the Trans vaal by Gen Delarey A REPORT SENT TO PAUL KRUGER Women Placed as Screens Around British Camps and Many Said to Have Keen Killed U toUf Own Wife and Children Were Compelled to Wandert blreauwas sent last January by Gen Dela rey to Mr Kruger and which is coun ftersigned by Ignatius Ferrelra the act lug states attorney This report contains numerous sto ries of alleged British atrocities and Is supported by affidavits Besides the general accusations of placing wiv las screens around the British camps as a result of which practice many women are said to have been klllcl Gen Delarey gives specific instances with name and dates of the killing of wounded prisoners and women He complaints that owing to Lord Metnn ens persecution his own wife with six children has been wandering oc the veldt for the past year Gen Dela rey complains also that his own an ther aged 83 years was driven no Klerksdorp after her cattle had been stolen and her house burned Van Der Merwe late mining com missioner of the Rand now fighting under Delarey appends a further ilt of atrocities committed on women and children to the report of Gen Dolaroy SIXTO LOPEZ He Is Preparing to Return to the Phil ipplne Islands Boston April SSlxto Lopez vim for some months lived in this city and claimed to represent Aguinaldo has r turned here from the far east and Monday in an interview said that he was prepared to return to the Philippine and secyre final pewee provided lb United States gives some intimation to the Filipinos not necessarily of their immediate but of their ultimate statusRegarding the order of preventins hIs return to the Philippines Senor Lopez said the American authorities did not object to his landing in Manila provided he took the oath of allegiance He refused however to tale It because ho did not believe that at y one had a right to Interfere with vis liberty of conscience ABANDONED AT SEA The British Ship Frankisten Lost The Crew Was Saved San Francisco April SThe British ship Frankisten laden with coal from Newcastle N S W and bound for this city was abandoned at sea on April 3 her cargo having been on fire for three days and the vessel being In imminent danger of destruction Capt Atkinson of the burning ship his wife and the crew of 26 men were rescued by the schooner H C Wright and reached this port Monday night COMMANDANT KRIBINGER Acquitted by CourtMartial and Trea ed as Other Prisoners of War London April SA dispatch from Lord Kitchener dated from Pretori says Commandant Kribinger who was captured by Gen French at Hanover road Cape Colony December 17 last and who has been tried by courtmar tiat on the charge of having commit ted four murders In addition to train wrecking and cruelty to prisoners has been acquitted and is being well treat ed after an ordinary prisoner of war The Gunboat Marietta Washington April 8The navy department has been informed that the gunboat Marietta which has been keeping watch over American intei ests at Colon sailed Sunday for New York The cruiser Philadelphia still remains at Panama on the Pacific side to await developments The Case of Adm Sampson Washington April 8The United States supreme court refused to grant the motion recently made to dismiss the case of Adm Sampson in which he seeks to recover prize money for the guns and armament of the Span ish vessel Maria Teresa in connection with her capture off Santiago Proposal to Reject Treaty Defeated Copenhagen April SIt is said that the secret meetings of tne landsthing were very stormy and that a proposal tiP fci reject the Danish West Indies treaty was defeated by a vote of 35 to 28 Adm Schley at Utica N Y Utica N Y April SAdm SchleY was the guest of honor at the sixth an nual banquet of the Utica chamber of commerce held Monday evening The admiral was later entertained at the Fort Schuyler club a Ten Men Killed Iin a Mine Madrid AIrilSTen men have been killed by the collapse of a per tlon of tthe Union mines near Cartha gena Hi tf FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington April 1SenateDurI- ng the entire session of the sonata Monday the oleomargarine bill was un der consideration Three speeches were delivered two in Support of the measure and one against it HouseThe house Monday began consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill completln je gen eral debate before the close of the session Little of the speecn making Monday was pertinent to the bill Washington April 2SenateAnagreement was reached by the senate Tuesday to vote on the pending oleo- margarIne bill before adjournment next Thursday Debate on the measure was continued throughout Tuesdays sessio- nHouseThe house Tuesday made rapid progress with the sundry civil appropriation bill completing 93 of the 139 pages of the bill Efforts to amend the bill were successfully resisted as a rule by Mr Cannon the chairman of the appropriations com mittee who was personally in charge of the measure The proceedings were without incident Washington April 3SenateDis cussion of the oleomargarine bill in tho senate Wednesday was enlivened by two or three bright colloquies be tween senators Mr Bailey Tex concluded his speech begun Tuesday in opposition to the measure occupy ing most of the time devoted by the senate Wednesday to the bills consideration Senator Quarles introduced a bill providing for the ratifica tion of the agreement with the Creek Indians looking to the allottment ol lands in several territories House Tho house passed the sun dry civil appropriation bill This Is the eighth of tho regular annual sup ply bills which has passed at this ses sion Only a few unimportant amend ments were attached to it After It was disposed of debate on the revenue cutter bill was resumed Messrs Sul zer N V1 Bellamy N C Ryan N Yr Lessler N Y and Goldfogle IN- V spoke for the measure and Messrs Loud Cal and Crumpacker Ind against It Representative Patterson Tenn Introduced a bill to abolish slavery in the Philippines and to in validate the treaty between Gen Bates and the sultan of the Sulu islands Washington April tSenateAtt- he conclusion of a lively debate Thursday the senate passed the oleo margarine bill by a vote of 39 to 31 The measure as passed by the senate differs in some respects from that passed by the house of representatives It provides that oleomargarine and kindred products Shall be subject to all the laws and regulations of any state or territory or the District of Columbia into which they tow transport ed whether in original packages or otherwise that any person who sells oleomargarine and furnishes it for tho use of others except to his own fam ily who shall mix with it any artificial coloration that causes it to look like butter shall be held to be a manufac turer and shall be subject to the tax provided by existing laws that upon oleomargarine colored so as to resem ble butter a tax of ten cents a pound shall be levied but upon oleomargarine not colored the tax shall be onefourth of one per cent per pound that upon adulterated butter a tax of ten cents a pound shall be her led and upon all process or renovated butter the tax shall be onefourth of one per cent per pound The manu facturers of process or of renovated or of adulterated butter shall pay an annual tax of GOO the wholesale dealers shall pay a tax of 480 and the retail dealers a tax of 48 per annum The measure provides regulations for the collection of the tax and pre productsHouseThe senate bill to promote the efficiency of the revenue cutter service passed the house Thursday by a vote of 135 to 49 The bill gives tho commanding officers of the revenue Captains navyfirstarmy and lieutenants in the navy second lieutenants with first lieuten junIor tenants with second lieutenants in the army and ensigns In the navy It gives the officers of the service lon gevity pay equivalent to the corresponding rank in the army and pro vides for their retirement with three fourths pay for disability or upon reaching the age limit of 64 years Washington April 5SenateThesenate Friday began consideration of the Chinese exclusion bill Mr Mitch speechThe der consideration for a time but was not completed A concurrent resolution was adopted providing for the appointment oCa joint committee of the two branches of congress to at tend the ceremonies incident to the Wil11am their final resting place in Arlington cemetery near this city The com mittee on the part of the senate WAS named as follows Senators Foraker Spooner Proctor Bate and Pettus HouseThe house Friday began con exclusionbillprinciple of exclusion appeared but members were divided In their sup port of the two bills presented Messrs HItt Ill Perkins N Y and Adams Pa supported the majority bill and andNathanty substitute During the considera bytheand took a lively interest in the pro- ceedIngs Negotiations Opened Kroonstadt Orange River Colony April 4Acting President SchalkBur ger has opened negotiations with Pres- Ident Steyn who has been located with Delarey and Kemp but tJie remnants of the party has not been Trsbertaiued DeWet is located near Boshof Tennysons ProofSheet New York April 4A singlepage folio cf The Charge of the LIght Brig ade the original rough proof sheet corrected by Tennyson before It was printed in the Examiner has been coltlat auction In this city for 440 r Nervousness Gave the Words aTwt t I groombestin the vestry The organist began to play and the minister started for the door Wait one moment doctor called the nervous groom is it the right orleft hand the ring goes on The left hurriedly replied the minister And doctor isis it Icistet mary to CUM the brinePhiladelphia Times Deep Philosophy Why is its he mused while the lines of countenancethy soda maison wareof zeverybodyNot until the listeners had argued the matter among themselves and connected the waves with the soaking did the true in wardness of his question dawn upon them Baltimore American Obliging GuardNow then miss get in quick please The train is jut going to start Young Lady But 1 want to give my airier a kissGet in 115 see to thatTitBits- Ask ToDay for Allen Ioot Ease It cures swollen aching tired feet Atall Druggists and Shoe stores 25c Sample sent FREE Address A S Olmsted LeRoy N Y Only a Bird I Nervous Lady as a large bird flies before the veelOhisiltaia is that an omen MatterofFaet aptainNo madam that is a seagull Judge To Care a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AU druggistsrofund money JUt fans to carc2Sc Rank and riches are chains of gold but stiil cha usKuihui 20 MILLION BOTTLES SOLD EVERY YEAR e Frcm all parts of the wend cctne testimo nlala cf the efficary of s o tols toconqusr Win and relieve sufferintr It cures RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA BRUISES BURNS HEADACHES SORE THROAT o CHEST COLDS STIFFNESS SORE o NESS ar tyl bodily aches and pains No G Other rer1 received such endcrse ments aad tryST JACOBS OIL is the only A e pnTrttsry nyne on a uth which his been CJ av ided the supfI1e distinction cf Cold Med CIJ au at the Geat VorJ s Fair asd Industrial Expositions CONQUERS PAIN s eeeeeea sy e ABSOLUTE SECURITfrwd Genuine Carters Little Liver Pillsa Must Bear Signature of zt See FacSlmlle Wrapper Below Very amaU toad as easy to take as sagas 7CARJERtSFOIIiUDICHE ITTLE FOR BILIOUSNESS I VERFOR TORPID LIVER IPILLS FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION i OK2TOX2O2 MUlTIUVt IAN 25P1ruvetTI VetfMaBla 7h CURE SICK HEADACHE ootj S foli SHOES 5O UNION MADE sltu vBola Donbassvtamandthebetlthadaleneveryw cQTlotTbegenulneharenameandprkeoobottomotieetatreate btfont1eee1899 =898182 PaInt 1900 =185975 Pairs 1901 =1566720 Pairs I YearsTHEIDOuglaaU1a I 2EtwGrldian IEaboea placed 8id bJside with 5O sad lUX yLoxt otfound p to lie just sa Qood They wm outwear two toboeaMadeCorona ld Including PatentCcronaColt and National Kannanaatorut r tiwad 1Ia1 IIlaek blafuze- hocehy I o elaldearl a nutM tunr 1auacc extra CatnloiztteeW1I JJouHa Brockton Ha LatonRhenru lt All irtimerSold bfdrugjood Jre f H1 11 g STATE NEWS PICK= UPS i1tl 0 J i THE OFFICERS SUED Southgate Seeks Money Drawn From a Deposit Company I Lexington Ky April iButlerSouthgate receiver for the Industrial Mutual Deposit Co brought suit f Thursday afternoon for the recovery of money drawn by the officers of the r company which he alleges was taken unlawfully Separate suits are t brought against each of the officers Taylorthe firm name of the Porter syndicate c it couponlistssums of money from the investment insolycency and well knowing that the com pany was insolvent It is alleged that the payments made the Porter syndi cate were intended to operate as an assignment of that much of the availa tile assets of the company to the ex clusion of its other creditors The sum he alleges was so paid to the defendants was To A P Taylor 21fi47 and to the Porter syndicate 71810 The amount asked from W N Bush Is 33229 of W E Banniste- 23C08 William Curren 105327 an of J H Baker 42092 Receiver South gate says that the only cash asset ho found was a tin box filled with postage stampsThe managers of this company Thursday asked for time to answer the petitions of the receiver but Judge Parker turned them down and set next s Monday for a hearing It is stated upon good authority that after he re ceives the reports of the receivers for the various companies Judge Parker will call a special grand jury and lay the evidence before IL- l ASKED THEM TO BE HONESTt Rev I J Spencer Spoke on Defunct x Investment Concerns p Lexington Ky April iThe feeling against investment companies in this city has grown to such m extentt that Sunday morning Rev iriL Spencer of the Central Christian church 1 the leading and wealthiest church of the disciples iu the blue grass an 9 noiEiced that he would preadh on In vestment companies at night 3 1Thechurch was crowded He jnade no sensational charges but ho said there were men in the church Sunday night who had been charged with fleecing the unwary He exhorted ach anil every one to give back the qmoney they are said to have got un fairlyTwo or three officers of defunot In vestment companies were In thd con gregation and all eyes were on thorn as the minister pleaded with them to be honest and if they had done wronh a to remedy the eVil QUARINTINEDtSmallpox Flag Is Flying in the Fash I ionable District of Louisville Louisville Ky lril5A smallpox flag is Hying at the residence of Mrs F M Satkett 1C14 Third wfcnue ini j the heart of the most fashionable residence district of the city Mrs Sackett contracted the disease In New York where she stopped at dowan after her return a few days ago She i visited n great many Stores and es- tablIshments whileat the metropolis and says there is no particular reason to believe that the disease was contracted at the hotel She was Miss Olive Speed and Is a daughter of Mr J B Speed the capitalist Her home is quarantined and she will be per 1 witted to stay there as an attempt to move her would endanger her life A NEW MOVE 7Indicted For Permitting Poolrooms la Be Operated Louisville Ky April 5 Indictments were returned Friday against Judge James S Pirtle trustee of the Shrew estate and Mrs Wilhelmina Wehm hoff mother of Henry Wehmhoff the bookmaker on the charge of maintain s ing a common nuisance the nuisance consisting of permitting poolrooms 1oI be operated on property under their control The Shreve estate owns the bone in which the Kingston poolroom Is ran and Mrs Wehmhoff Is the owner of the Turf Exchange building on 4 Third street Wage Gusher Is Sold Barboursville Ky April 5The fa moue Wage farm on which was found the great gusher known as the Wage Rusher was sold to the Lancast r Oil Co This Is one of the most K slrable tracts of land in all the Kno x county field and in vain many com panies and syndicates have endeavor ed to purchase it since the well wi3 brought in on it There are 195 acres Frankfort Bar Association Frankfort Ky April 7T1e Frankfort Bar association organized by electing Robert B Franklin its president unanimously T L Edeln was made first vice president John W Rodman second vice president and B G Williams secretary Denied Bail Cadiz Icy April 7John Sherman Thomas who it is charged killed AI fred Bridges in Trigs county was de nied ball by Circuit Judge Thomas P Cook Thomas is a first coo iln of c rose1t3tlye Tfccraas y- Ii a I 1 1 it t a O c ii IIPOOLROOM AGAIN RAIDED Tho Judge Fixed the Bond at 1000I j Eight Men Arrested I i Lexington Ky April iiThe Lelanl I hotel poolroom was again raided Fri and a guard of policemen was left Ida duty till closing hours The room is conducted under the name Lexin ton Office of the Notional District Tel egraph Co The charge Friday was disorderlyhousebonds at 1000 instead of a2U0 requlr- I I ThursdayTheT Graves Frank Bieslcks B G Bruce B S Shepherd D T Wilkerson Hur ry Browne and Harry Patterson all prominent in turf circles The case I resulting from the two raids will lw heard by the county judge Saturday morning Plans to open three other pool rooms have been temporarily abandonedLexington 7CountyJudgeT Chinn antI his employes of the I eland Hotel and Commission pool disorderlyhouse legaldGREWSOME FIND IN A CAVE Bullet Holes Will Be Sought in the Bones of the Dead Mani Frankfort Ky April 7Wbl1e Junle Brightwell and Willie Partly wore exploring a cave Sunday near Frankfort they discovered the body of a man Coroner Graham and Officer Harrod found that the body was that of Ambrose Morton an eccentric old Negro trapper who mysteriously disappeared the latter part of last De comber It is generally believed that sqtfore Morton disappeared he drew his pension and was enticed into the cave and killed for Ills money The advanced decomposition of the body prevents any marks of violence being dis covered but the coroner will examine the hones for bullet holes or other evidences of ft violent death ExSenator Jos Fowlers Remains Lexington Ky April 7The body of former United States Senator Joseph Fowler who died in Washington at the age of 82 was burled here Sun day In the famous impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson Senator Fowler voted against his Impeachment and for this he was received with some disfavor by his party Before the war he was a professor in Vander bUt university at Nashville Was la ter controller of Tennessee and was sent to the senate from that state Howlands Murderers Vanceburg Ky April 4 Florence Hensley and Harvey Brook were late Thursday afternoon held to the grand jury by Judge Lee charged with mur der in the first degree for the murder of Merchant M L Howland A double hanging is thought to be assured A prominent man stated the murderers predicament Thursday evening when he sail The people will give the courts a fair chance and if they dont act we will Tollgate Raids Taylorsvllle Ky April 5Awas pinned on the tollgate near VateII ford warning the gatekeeper collect say more toll and threatening to dynamite the tollhouse A warning was also left at the tollgate on the Wa terford pike one mile west of Taylors villa Last week a tollhouse on Little Mount pike was burned by raiders New Kentucky Companies Frankfort Ky April 51he follow Ing new companies filed articles of Incorporation with the secretary of state London Oil Co of Laurel coun ty capital stock 50000 Ewing De posit bank of Fleming county capi tal stock 15000 The Falls City Bug gy Top Co of Louisville Ky capitalI stock 2000 Wants An Extra Session Brownsville Ky April 7Owing t their general dissatisfaction with the work of the last legislature the demo crats of this county have petitioned Gov Beckham to call an extra ses stun ExGov Brown Will Leave Louisville Louisville Ky April 7ExGov John Young BroWn who has made Louisville his homo since he lef Frankfort has announced his intention of removing to his former home the city of Henderson on May 1 Window Caused Death Bardstown Ky April 5Hiss Mary Thomas died here at the age of 7S years of blood poisoning which re suited from a car window falling on her hand about two weeks ago while she was returning from a visit to rela fives at Lebanon Adjudged Insane Hopkinsvillc Ky April 7Mrs L D Hampton of Webster county ha been adjudged of unsound mind and placed in the Western lunatic asylum near here Jile in the court room her husband was being locked up in jail charged with grand larceny Drugged and Robbed Louisville Ky April 7F iC Rugss a traveling man of New York was given Jinockout drops by two col ored women And robbed of 75 and some papers TJje women were arrested 1 IA WISCONSIN PAPER ON WESTERN CANADA SanUiittion SiiMLittHiewnii One nf the Favoured DUtrlclt The following dipped from the cor respondence columns of the FauClairc- 1tiiscurrit Leader is but one of many letters of a similar character concerningWestern Hard Wheat and the best cattle on the continent It is a simple matter to reach the lands np ken of the Cana dian Government Lacing agencies es tablished at St Paul and Duluth Minnesota Grafton North Dakota Watertown South Dakota Oman Nebraska Kansas City Missouri De Mines Iowa Wausau and Milwaukee Wisconsin Chicago Illinois Indian =r apolis Indiana Sault Ste Marie and Detroit Michigan Toledo and Colum bus Ohio and by writing to or call ing upon anyof these Agents at these points full information can be se cured This is a great opportunity to secure a home free of cost or if you desire to purchase lauds they can be bought now at prices much lower than will exist in a few months But read what the correspondent referred to has to say of one particular district To the Editor of the Londer The rush of the land seekers will be to the prairie provinces of the Do minion of Canada The allurements of a soil that yields 40 bushels of wheel to the acre are too great to be resist ed and an immense migration from this country may be confidently pre dicted People here laughed at first at the idea of any one leaving the United States for Canada but the Do minion authorities knew they had a good thing and they stuck to it Their officials evidently knew the value of printers ink They spared no ex pense in letting the people of this country know that these lands were there and that they were exactly as represented They did more They sent out specimens of the crops raised and samples of the groin We have had them here at four consecutive street fairs presided over by one of their ablest immigration officers This gen tleman spared no pains He Cploinedt- 1IC value of the lands and the richness of the soil from morning to night to all comers All this told in the long run Sev ernl went up from here to spy out the land and like Caleb the son of Tepun neh and Joshua the son of Nun bronght back a good report and now some ten families will leave here in a few wcoks for Saskatoon to settle upon farms there and others are pre paring to follow Of course ninny will appear shocked at the idea of an- ODe leaving the stars and stripes the Union Jack but patriotism is but a nomenclature after all and onr ex perience Las been that in nine hun dred and ninetynine eases out of n thousand a man is the most patriotic where he can make the most money and do the roust harm to those whom he hates PRAIRIE WINDS ARE QUIETED JPJiMir 71111 In DAkotA That Hud to II- Aliandoned llrcanse of l tcU- uf Itrcrzes The old windwheel flour mill at liar Icy has been torn down and the material of which it was composed will be converted into a more paying enter prise says a Yankton report This old mill and its failure to justify the faith of the parties who built It point to the fact of one big change in the conditions of this county during the last 20 years When settlers first be gan to arrive there the constant and oef extreme annoyance to all as also of positive loss as well in grain blown out of the grounds in the spring an broken down in a more mature state was at thsme time am inspiration that a fortune would go to the man o wen who could successfully utilize this great power in the industries of th countryMany attempts In this direction iere made and covered the whole range n farm operations from a threshing machine to running the whole farm from a central station None of these at tempts was more successful than that of milling and many mills of the wind variety have run continuously for years and made money The strews picric conditions seem to have changed however and mill after mill lost money and was dismantled Un othe old mill at Kampseka is still standing the Hurley mill was the last in the state and none has been able to run fon any years Tip Southern Way Your northern girls may have the style and all that sort of thing said a southern gentleman to a northern the other da ourtgirls have the breeding And indeed says the Boston Transcript southern manners and southern courtesy are a different fabric from that which is known in our strenuous social and in dustrial life Take for instance the southern way of issuing invitations Instead of intrusting them haphazard messengertheriage with their girl friends and a generous hamper of lunch to be en pleasantdaysway to leave the invitations for tie delis cate personal attention almost unknown to northern customs Decorated Boleros The fashion of elaborating lace with r embroidery hand painting and jewel work or small gold sequins prevails more extravagantly than ever Dec orated evening boleros are among the most extreme notes of the seasons extravngaree acd the girdles and accompanytheaj i l VALUABLE JADE TABLETS Taken from Soldier llelitntfd front Cliluli und Held for llextltutiou to Kniperor of China Ten jade tablets on which almost 200 years ago the cunning hand of a Chinese workman engraved by order of his imperial master an aoknowl edgntent of the wisdom power and gpO nlSS of Shun Che the founder df tfie Tartar dynasty in China are l customsrappraiser Julia T Dare at San Iran ojsco awaiting authority from Wash irigloii IRperovlengthHif RjSckYt thciriidth fcudier returning from service in China they were wrapped in elaborately embroidered yellow sills It is believed that they were taken as loot from the imperial apartments in the I F2dden City IteeognSing theirI value to the Chinese ruler as n de deedstIlthrjjLies here notified the secretary Ylionmayha6state for the return of the tablets RUSSIA TO BUILD OWN SHIPS Vnval OIUolul Sari III Country hi Randy to Provide tier OIV- HWurwhlpt According to Col P P Teherni govsky of the Russian navy who has just tailed with his wife and daugh ter for home on the steamer St Louis RuKsftl is not likely to order any more shipbuilderslie tending the construction at the Cramp yards of the Vuringr and Itetvizan for the liUBBian racy These vessels hav ing been completed he is now on his way home Russian yards he said have a capnciib for building eight ships si tnultn fcouly J have prepared re portn American method which will have tie effect I think of donuling their capacity If at any time I hoists shonTdaeec1an more uarsliip s from a forelgii eount ry America will get the order The LnitedStates iis far ahead of iffy of the Htm p an countries In the building of battleships and itsi ideaiare more advanced Clanger In lc of Iyd lte niefxtrnordinary effect of lyddite rhart ben revealed by the statement that during recent experiments wIth the hulkof the old battleship Belle Isle Shells containing that explosive refracted fragments upon the attack ing v5cls which wore 300 yards dis iarnt30thrr fragments dropped close to a cii n boat situated 2UOO yards sibeamiof the line of fire Thededue tiqh drawn is that when lyddite is nsetl there is danger for a friendly vessel at least 2000 yards away The Ontlookcompareslydditetvithaboomerang service it must be dropped right on board a hostile vessel as if the projectile does not hit the right place it will fly Lad and slay the slayer SVVKM Teachers Well Treated The public schools of Switzerland sire operated by the government and civil service rules are strictly ap plied The teachers who are mostly women are very well paid and never discharged except for cause When they get so old they cant tcaeh any more they are pensioned liberally The result is that the country has an excellent corps of educators in the schoolsd rMARKET REPORT 5eCATTLECommon 2 So 4 CO Choice steers 6 00 6 50 25fpackers G 90 p Mixed packers G 60 p 6 85 SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 25 LAMBSExtra C 75 p G 85 FLOURSpring pat 3 75 f 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red 78 78 6211OATSNo2461aRYENo2HAYCh timothy 13 25 PORKFamily 17 50 lARDSteam p 9 40 BUTTER Ch dairy 181 30rAPPEESrPOTATOES 2 50 2 65 00TOBACCONew 50OJll75ftFLOUR ZVin patent 3 70 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 77 79 70CORN ftRYE57PORKMess45LARpSteamNew York 15CHEATNo82IsCORNNo65vjOATS4YoiRYEWestern 1800LAnBaltimore SOSouthern767yCORNNo 62OATSNo a 48CATTLEButchers 90HOGSWesternLouisville 82CORNVOATS46UPORK00LARDSteamIndianapolis 76CORN59YOATSNo2 JI- TIRED ALL THE TIMEF Women in the Springtime Need a Tonic Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh Peruna fires Catarrhff f i l f t 3 1 May 1901 The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio f Gentlemen suffered with pain in my right side fur ovr eight years Doctors said my liver was affected My complexion way dark and yellow had bad taste in my mouth and was tired all the tImE took great deal of medicine but nothing seemed to do me any good lend In the paper of Peruna and decided to give It felt better before the first bottle was gone and after taking three Lottles was cured and have enjoyed perfect health since LENA HILTON 1Hc tJ T1Htnn Prpo llpl1t nr thf4 tCoioclo hitClubof rne Anolne a spring medicine Peruna is a A never failing remedy It cleanses the blood through digestion and gives tone to the whole system by in creasing the nutritive value of the food Spring fever as it is some times called which produces a tired out sleepy feeling and inability to do much mental or physical work is the result of sluggish digestion The great popularity that Peruna has is due to the fact that in all such cases it at once corrects digestive de- rangements and enriches the blood by purifying this very important source of that vital fluid Mrs E Finn 82 East High street Buffalo X Y writes A few years ago had to give up social life entirely as my health was completely broken down The doctor advised a eomntnte change and rest for WINCl1f5TRCAR CALIBERSfromare made expertsTHEY LIi plant System you Florida or by whatever route you takebe sure that your tickets read Via Pilant System B W WRENN Savannah Ga Passenger Manager GREENcostscents KArL per TON Greatest Cheapest Food t on EarthforBheepawlneCattleetc HTUb worth 1100 la JM U read That BilMr iDeat DsJIar Grasrat nriUTtlyntX yoorkb uu peraIU9 to J v C ton stpersongatetc 1 A Forthla Notice and tOe iota bktaulot aaa raersd nIUoo1Ia1I1orUa f10 to rat aWl rorldarmait150tlndrrarerad JOHN ASUZER DtomgSe OPIUMWHIIKYId otherdrug want the worst cases Hoot nod references FJtEE mr b It WLLJI Ines at Ausa Wa e A Beautiful Club Womans Recovery- Los Angeles CuII 539 S Olive street 5 I 1 a 1 a ia trial I I I nl ic S a J I 11 o ISO ba lQ 01 D a year As this was out of the question for a time I began to look around for means of my health had often heard of Peruna as ant excellent tonic so I a bottle to what it would do for me and it cer tainly took hold ohny system and re juvenated it and in less than two months I was in perfect health and now when I feel worn out or tired a dose or two of Peruna is all that Ineed MRS JE FINN If you do rot derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Pe runa write at tine to Dr Hartman giving a full uient of your case and he will be pleased to give yon his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President off TIle Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 i I always give entire satisfaction They and loaded in a Whenever visIt Cuba Traffic aWolayg RfC Button tcr C a other restoring I bought see JUST TBIIX OFFIT w owaHa It I J land value Increaslac 5 J stock Increasing aplee acelleaeWcattle and train low ranII way rates and ertrr 0tarmerla and districts of Aaslnlboa btc laDlaAlberta Thousands Americana there Reduced rate oa all railways for Home seekers an l euers NewdlttrletsarebelogopeBeC up this Tear Tbeaew fertypare JLTLAft err InfoIHnperlntendent of Immigration Ottawa Uanad rtoJUdKHIl TOONU 6l H State 81 East CoJa bus Ohio B T Holmes Boom 6 IUIC Four IIISj J4- Indlsaapollslad Canadian GOTBrnment APDa v WANTED WaInuiI Logs M LUMBER AND TREES Extra Price Paid fer 14 grid If Feet lcm Less Address C C HCEXdEV JIM fc BO CO Incorporated L0111fnlLLJ KT f Miens UlctriM SalvtCMrej oleCtiwrm BOM Vlrm 8rahln tire Tarrthen IxMral linn armril CIHn Wklte tNNr at1k5 Lrr Inrr n4Unm f trwi1i r fMHI pv briar Bj 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