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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t to 4 i F I t r3 I I iIsJ1k aif ij p Ir f Ii 1 i 7av 7M1 1W HbiM 4iO WMMS 4 WwsL HICKMo N JtJ0 I ItIt ERtI f fl It 0 G1I ii1 fIIt J1i It OLDEST zSFWSPAP P Il STERN KENTUCKY f r I ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON C NAY KY APRIL 25 19O2 uu VOL XXXVII NO 2311w t STEAM BOAT BURNED I f STEAMER CITY OF PITTSBURG WITH 130 PASSENGERS ON BOARD BURNED SUN t c unI i 00 OFPIIILIS7 ARa f1 51NGj H t I t lt ii- ii I The7f3reatest steam boat disaster yearsftool place Sunday morning at Turners Y Lauding twenty miles the other side3 of rt Oairo and thirty miles below PaduCah The City ot Pittsburgh a Cincinnati andKVicksburffpacketTvas on her way down the rive and was near Turners Landing Sunday morning between four 1 and five oclock she was discovered on r fire It cauht among some hay and cotton and had gotten under such head way that it was impossible to put it out t It was just before day when all were asleep As soon as the pilot discovered the lire and the rapid headway it was making he turned the boat around and ran it ashore on the Kentucky side Uy this time the passengers were getting out of their cabins and become frantic with fear but the excitement was railing so high that the ollicers as well as the people did not know that the boat was ashore and they all ran on the side next to the river where they jumped into the water and floated down under the big Wheel that was running at a high rate of speed and were killed and drowned and floated down the river There were about 150 passengers aboard and so far only 90 haye been found which leaves about GO that must have perished in the fire and water f escapedinthing they had The boat was a total lossand burned to the waters edge It I was one of the finest boats on the Ohio river rA MOST REMARKABLE CASE- In flew York city last Sunday a man named Spinner fired a pistol at his physician Dr Samuel Landsman says the Henderson Gleaner and as n con sequence is now confined in prison In strict execution of the law it is possi pUUlshedbutwould prefer joining a mob to hang the doctor rather than signing a verdict to t iJfefc ether Awve Jfort u is boiog made to have Spinner pardoned and 4 countless parents will easily find it in their hearts to pity the poor distracted father and to hope that as no bodily harm has been done the doctor the law will appliedThe story of Spinners offending as told by the New York papers Spinners baby boy eighteen months old was suffering from meningitis bronchial pneumonia and convulsions Dr Landsman set a wash boiler on a gas stove and when the water was hot placed the baby in itplaced it so that the childs body pressing on the bottom of the boiler and was burned In its agony Spinner says the baby streamed and held up its little arms imploringly to Us father But the father thought the doctor knew best and let the baby burn Not until after the childs death was it known what had happened Other doctors testsfied that the burns had not killed the child So a coroners jury exonerated Dr Landsman and a suit for damages went against the father Nevertheless the child was burned and the memory of the babys uplifted imploring arms maddened the father If the memory of such as that is not ample to embitter a fathers life in the name of Heaven what could be necessary With a sensitive nervous or ganization there is enough to unhinge the mind and set the wounded father frantically wild Take it that the cor oders jury did right in turning Dr Landsman loose exonerating him from any responsibility for the childs death assume that the court did right in withholding the damages still the fact remains that the child was burned and that its suffering must have been tor turous while in that fatal bath tub over a blazing gas stove t The mother of the dead baby went to the doctor and on betided knees begged that he show clemency to her husband l Jinjail and dazed Tae doctor it is implacablebuttreaties of the toothier and wife On the other aide Spinner promised to imploringtarmsdo no more shooting That may bo but if tho heart torn Blather ever meets faco to face that heartless doctor there will be more maketupanyY further west than New York IIi DIVES AND LAZARUS That is a curious and pitiful contrast between extremes which is furnished by the promised dinner of King Ed ward to the destitute poor of London According to the cablegrams the Mayors of the various London boroughs have fixed July 5 as the date for the dinner to commemorate his coronation There will bo 600000 guests of the King ott this occasion Aside from the public subscriptions the King has given 150000 for their entertainment For a few short hours this submerged twelfth of London will try to forget its squalor 1Jyjpartaking of the rulers generosity f f d tl11- ii OWNS ALL EARTH AND AFTER SEAS New York April HlIt is authori tively announced that L P Morgan who is now abroad has practically consummated a plan to combine all the leading transAtlantic atoauiahip lines The companies to be consolidated will include the American and the Red thoDominionunsportlinc3amlLeylandlineThe undertilesonitimeThe probable additions to this list theIfoilandunderstood a working agreemont will bo reached with the other leading theNorthHamburgAmerican TransAtlantie thei i Ir YOU CANT AFFORD lii ti lOBE BADLY MESSED 1 No man can A well dressed man gets more conside A ration more opportunity than a poorly dressedone Get the notion out of your i t r head that good dressing means expensive dressing w After youve Inspected the samples of lj INTERNATIONALee 1 TAILORING COMPANYII OF NEW YORK AND CHICAGO t1 Andafter weve quoted their prices for the best kind of j madetomeasure clothes youll find that you can be asj smartly dressed as any man in the country for a very modest expenditure The International Tailoring Co t k makesv clothes forso many nienthatthey call afford t make them at prices within the reach of the smallest income And we guarantee that youll be perfectly satisfied with any garments you order from them H C AMBERG Local Agent L WORK OF THE JOKESMITHS Is he a hard drinker hedoesPhiladelphia Have the letters been duly oxamin ed by the handwriting expert Yes your honor Very well Let tho handwriting export now be examined by tho insanity expertOhio State Journal powfatherYes firs Smith has been having extraordinary luck at bridgeTown TopicsDitiyouse whisperedpalemorgcdNaw do nlawverdisgustDats firstDidUhioStateYes Biggius has completed his new TruthOddideaWellcrushed to agDut ambulance drove up to convoy his remains to the hospital naltlmoroN1 want to know about this now reporter notebookHis replied the fromDemopolissoyeralyears fatherisI dont want his pedigree inter rupted the rcoorter Just tell me how much he sold forChicago Tribune I TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE The Nashville Chattanooga it St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best etTorts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage tho attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits the support the cooperation and the nssistancA nf e people of every county throusi which its lines pass Thejinauagement earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for salo or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to the railroad agent nearest thom giving the prices and terms of sale The prices must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling laud to immigrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Large tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW Industrial and Immigration Agent II F SMITH Traffe Manager NASHVILLE TENS iterr- THltOUUH SLEEPERS VIA MOBILE a 01110 It It Between St Louis and New OHphns St Louis and Mobile St Louis and Jacksonville Ask for tickets viailA OR R I OASH OASH i QAH- r t i j I have the largest and best selected stock of Frosli- Groceries in the city which I am selling as low as the lowest for Cash and CashonlyY also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness which will be sold at rock bottom prices Call and examine my stock and bo convincedr E BtrOE4D 4mIIze Qlivey u 1u 0 e M t Ii f QU t 1rFO R CONVENTION 1 I a meeting of the First district ocrHtic Appellate Committee to i forii Appeals was ife it resolved that mass conventions t UtiljT it tlc county seats of till va i Applotl y al2jfiIbckp m on July tab K who shall appoint delegates to Mt helddeaahtoclva in for the purpose of norm itig n plltIocrntic candidate for- ieufWj the Court of Appeals for the irstlppelllCto District of the State of KluckyJrAjl rats shall be allowed to kite in said county mass conventions jKjjo voted for Bryan and Beckhiim in jpusl election of WOO and such Jou1hsIs will liave reached the age I SeursMjefore the regular ovemlllrjj JMecftou who agree to support XohUueo of said district convention I iTBgfiasisof representation fur each aunty in said district convention shall I fonl vote foreach 200 voter curt for jBrvau1n 1900 and fraction thereof ape hundred votes OV01II IT MUTT AYERS RID REED Secretary Sr cGiNG At PEAL TO WAGE EARNERS rfehington AprilI 10 The execu 1 Iworkers1tnOrlcaf fitcction or the vaRecarners in labor I1QUtes from the notion of courts in ttng injunctions against toilers of egos far reaching character lie upon all organized workers in iiMtianal state or local unions to ilWic celebrations on May 1 holdII iMLabor day and asks that on lji 5feions they concentrate their aUEIJI Ijito the discussion of the abolition jiff tejunctious in labor disputes antI tot gtale8 of their respective i states Ul Riiuleurlfiisi of laws conforming to that Jiu ege rl WHATWE DRINK I iturious and interesting statistical l is that of the amount cf bever a the American peoplo consume aluuricanttcoat of tho leading ones Is as follows Gallons os- tColf01321372454 S132ia7245 tfacii 1253249391 0809228X6 real 40287200 304309SO Spirits 93298129 301890775 Wine 23791145 71791149 Coroau 7000000 here is an average of about forty gal Ipre to tho individual or nearly a pint a daj outside of the soft drinks of which aiTeuormous quantity is consumed and water which in Quantity used far ex cea s all the others combined I NO FAITH IN THE INVESTIGA I TION 1 ril10Little faith is plac Ped result from the federal iinvestiuation of the meat trust and the adequacy of the present law to meet the case is doubted Natural condi tions the supply of grain and stock give 110 indication of an early relief from this source The large packers acribo tho high prices to increase demand and the high price of grain 1 A VALUAliLE MliDlCIXli For Coughs and Colds In Children ct1 have notthe slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from coughs or colds says Chas M Cramer Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used iland it has always been beneficial It especially effective for children and Seldom takes more than one bottle to tin Itt in of h ln rspmt I ho per J knaded many to try this valuable uiudi tine and they arts allI will plo aced as thyself over the nsulb For sale by Cowgill S Uow ill a REMARKABLE TH1EK The French have produced the moat remarkable kleptomaniac on rr This jis an old woman whoso pascu for smoking has impelled her to pilfer pipes from Parisian shops with such industry that no fewer than 2600 wero foundn her lodgings All were nipprshauins hid atwere well colored w AMERICASJWULATION ropu11atiOlJ habitants The Philippines more than 7000000 inhabitants Porto Rico has 953000 Hawaii 154000 and Alaska G3502 China stands first in population the British Empire Hrond Russia third and the United States fourth If you wan the lntfCt tbrg in slip pens sue the ti P ltetd linu at- AM BERGS u Closing t Out Sale i r I have decided to close out lilt entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes antb Slip pers Hats and Pants Trunks an1tfTraveling Bags at and below l+ I CO S TtI mean what I say so it will be to your interest toit call at once and secure good bargains1 I yaldWorthr t A 11 IIP Ilot of Apron Gingham 1tuek worth G l A nice lot ofothe newest shades in bRia OOOD5 I i i will be sold cheaper than was ever known before I iffLawn to go at 5 j 5 IJ 12ic Lawn to go at Sic 15c Lawns to go at lOc 20c Lawns to go at 12i Big lot of Dress Gingham The lOc goes at Sic The 15c goes at lUc1 Silk Gingliams 1101 thy30cgoatlOc u A line line of Irish Dimity wortli 25c going at loc Mercerized lousseline worth 40cI will be soliPat 25c S5c sell for Oc Mens and Boys Shirts sell for 35e worth Goc- I Will sell lens Hats from 50e to 200 which will be below cost Ladies and Childrens Slippers at told below cost Mens and Boys Ladies and Misses Shoes will be sold at the greatest bargain ever known Please call and examine for your self L D SIMMONS BUCHANANS CORNER IC1 THE BEST IS TILE CHEALEST Not how chap but how good is the qUThe0TWICEAVEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sella firstclass newspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If yon read it all tho year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing traits of tho newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the family Subscription prico 81 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis AIo LOST Soino whr ru in llickmau on Sunday the 13tl u pair of gold rimm ed Specticles Kinder will bo liberally rewarded II MKEA11BY I A MODEL VACATION J Pierpont Morgans vacations are singularly different rrom those of the fewdaysannouncing that he would take a much needed rest cabledfromarranged to subscribe for 50000000 worth of the new British loan and that the transAtlantic steamship companies have entered into a combine under his direction General Miles has been somewhat in dependent iu the expression of his views but it was not under his direction that the watereuro was applied to prison ers in tho Philippine Islands lIe will look with great interest to tho sort 6f reproof that will ho administered to ollicers now in command in our new 1 possessions oil ITS ONLY A QUESTION As to what kind of Furniture you want There iis such a variety of styles in our stock that it may be hard to clioosoamongso many attractivera article hut once tilt soJection is made you can depend upon the quality being superior the style correct the lprice right In out establishment LUV EST PRICES PRE VAILl we prefer to doa big business on a small tl 5 margin ratter than a little business on a bigT + margin Special priceS on eompileto suits as yju cstlei Gall and seenhQllLr G n KQrrc 1 i- i4 r JF APPRECIATES ITS TERRORS Colonel Watterson has a vivid realization of what that water cure tortue means to a man Milwaukee Sen tinel AT GREAT EXHIBIT If the president wants a really imposing embassy to the coronation allow us to suggest Gen Shafter ext Gov Hogg and the Hon Tom L Johnson These i gentlemen lumped weigh- I about 1000 pounds and they- wouldT make a splendid- i1 Poland = China exhibit I Commercial Appeal iGreat Britains war ex- pensesI have made necessary a revival of the ancient tax 11on1 vmportations of flour- ss meal and grain A tax on bread has causad angry pro tests on every side It doesnt necessarily fol low that Morgan will con solidate the LcC N and the Southern railroads because he owns them both He can I run two bank accounts to keep from getting the profits mixedSt Louis is kicking like a i steer because the Beef Trust has put up the prices of be ef a from 1212 and 15c to 17 12 and 25c a pound The Post Dispatch says the in crease is costing St Louis people 269000 a month The water cure used to torture Filipinos by Amen can soldiers was administer ed by placing the victim under a faucit and forcing water into his mouth until he would agree to confess In some cases salt was put into the water Igbaras was the scene of some of these tortures the city which l beinglburned by the soldiers not engaged in torturing the prisonersGeneral Miles may have made mistakes occasionally1 The men who havenot would hardly make a Corporals guard Balancing accounts however he has done enough itn entitle him to the thanks and enthusiastic regard of his countrymen even in peremptory retirement Blood will telland Miles lias spent a good deal of it in actual battle to say noth ing of the other hardships in the tended field in the greatest war of monern times London is said to be hope J fulofPeace in South Africa It is reported that the t Transvaal and Orange Free State leaders have been in1 conference on terms of peace and there have been mid 1 night conferences in London Mr Chamberlain had a talk with King Edward lasting Jtwo hours A dispatch com jing from British sources a receivedaA here from Boer headquarters jatBrussels and The Hague 4 declare that the delegates I 4will aise no opposition if 4 honorable terms are granted fand the Boer leaders in South Africa have agreed to accept the maximum obtain v able This probably does Eliot state the case fairly 4The Boers are fighting toor 1 anyithing conference krj Tile Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia isn breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low Witor 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 fall to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stom ach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Bye v1l1e 0 but never foumd anything as good as Electric Bitters Try them Only COc Cow i gill k CowgUl guarantee satisfaction t1 n+ C IIAN EASY ROCKER 1 N THE CORNER Is within the reach of all it advantage is taken of the special April prices Then its a Special Showing to which we invite youto new finishes and de signsan assortment that is now at its best and in which theres ovary likli hood of finding what pleases you for Style Comfort and Price Weve every choice idea and were positive that youll be delighted with tho reasonable Prices SSCCANE OAK COBLLER SEAT ROCKERS FROM 165 to 650 STEPHENS SMITH HICKMAN KENTUCKY I THE CUBAN ABSURDITY Presidentelect Palma returned to Cuba with an air of weariness that no doubt comes from his khowledge of the Cuban character and its realization that this absurd independence which this country is about to bestow on the the Island republic is but the prelude to a farce or tragedy that very soon must end inits annexation to the United States And the granting f this in dependency is due to a technicality President McKinley having committed this one hasty blunder in all his prud ent administration of promising them this independence- The above quotation is from the Louisville Commercial This paper is and has always been Republican PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to George Buck and hayo them sharpened two for 25 cents TROUBLE FOR THE THIRSTY New York is undergoing what you might call a spring cleaning The whiskey men in order to retaliate on their prosecutors have joined hands with police to enforce the Sunday laws Last Sunday a fellow who wanted to quench his thirst had to take water or else do without It was a sad sight to see men standing around witha lost woebegone look on his face DISSOLUTION NOTItE 1 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 to JWRogers Lc Son All persons indebted to the linn are requested to call and settle at once 3t ROGERS THRELKELD New Firm New Goods 1 It New Business 1 111 NEW PLAN OF BUSINESS Mr Cue Threlkeld has established a new Family 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 Cash than any credit house can afford 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 thiand interest on their money to my patrons Try me and I will prove to you by actual prices CUE THRELKELD Clinton St Next door to F E Case I F f IJOHN RINGWOOD j i Cee 1 GtrQoe=xe I DeisllebitfI s stand East Bicknan i I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and I Family Supplies j j BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS I J A SPECIALTY I J 1 Goods Delivered Free I Telephone No 8- 0CARUTHERS I BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREET IAN KENTUCKY Telephone Number 9- 0OraMTHB W BTB T r ALL Nunnallys Cand- iesReigers CALIFORNIA PERFUMES FOR SALE BY Cowgill Cowgill- DRUGGISTS f Cash Book Store ofGNEW BOOKS t STATONERY 1 f NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co i1JAL1J Ai J Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied by CASfl or paid for on deliv ery will have FIRST ATTEN TION ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull and stupid after eating all you need is a dose of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They will make yon feel like a now than and give you an appetite like a bear For sale by Cowgill Cowgill r j Ij11 J I ROUGH AND DRESSED 1l 1 LUMI 1 is BERj Doors anti Windows Shingles c i Limo and Cement 2 jjPaints2 j ESTIMATES i r I jlIi 1 FEED STUFFS 1 j Hay Oats Corn Bran etcetc fe L P WS Ellison j v v v Jas W Bone- yATTORNEYATLAW IIIe1 roan Ivy Located at the Court House A Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four I years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns 1 Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Erup tions and piles 25c at Cowgill P Cow gills drug store I LBDFORD RANDLB Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and Feed Stuff ISVe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please our customers LrCall for llluc Trading Stamps with every TOc Cash IerclmseTfcl After collection of 800 you are entitled to a nandsome present Tellhone G Goods Promptly Delivered FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Qlinto1 ixeorg7 Absolute Safety 1Cf Thai we offer to depositors Other inducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee ive solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS- J J C HOXDURANT III HUCIIANAX J A THOMPSON J C CHEEK f II 31 ISLER J W ALEXANDER L B THRELKEL1 FOR THE BEST I- NGROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS the LOWEST PRICES TO Jul W Rogers Son TJFTODATE GROCER I WITTINGS OLD STAND f Goods Delivered Free Clinton Street f FRESH MEATS j Telephone 74 Dr m iEEr =rDr j m Has d SuperiorStocIof the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ft ALL GOODS ODARANTHDI IS REPRESENTED ROOFITtti A SPECIALTY m HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSIS- TAfLISIIIDL 1855 TOM DILLONe ST Propr Successor to II 0 Kamage decJ Marble and Granite Monuments CURE I N G1 STONE WORK of all KincU f IRON FENOING cJe Hiokman ISy Paint Paint Paint a l Peaslee Gaulbert Cos best quality house paint Mastic Mixed Colors in Oil Varnishes Stains Hard Oil Pnish Buggy Paints Linseed Oil Tev poiitine White Lead Yellow Ochre Paint and Varr nish Brushes at 1 SWA tt PSrrth CXUSCieJ If in need of any of the above he invites you to call and lot Mini make you prices on same befog buying CITY BARHR SHOP To my old customers We are Here to stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please yon than we old reliable barbers R U OALDWELL WILL CROSVELL DR S K DAVIDSON eiattHIOKMAN KENTUCKY oiw OowgillaDrug a i i l 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS i ron COXOHESS 1 We are authorized to announce SAMUEL CHOJSLAKB of Graves county as a candidate to represent the 1st Con- S gressional District in the Lower House of the next Congress of the United States His candidacy isisub ject to the action of the Democratic partyt4 New Orleans is the place of the nest I ReunionI M Er In alls that trade always follows facility and cheapness of communication la a much t sounder proposition than it follows the tflngfi DALLAS REUNION Rebel Yell Rings The Contederate Soldiers ReUnion at Dallas Texas in progress this week is declared to be the biggest and grand est ever held The Texas people started out to surpass in every respect any of the former reunions and so far newspaper reports may bejrelied aJiI they have tfjvie so The arere at least 10000 old Confederate soldiers in atI ten 1ance and the tremendous crowd of visitors estimated from 100000 to 125 000 REPUBLICAN SPLIT Overwhelmed in Congress Ma jority becomes Minority The split in the Republican party has come not imaginary not conjectnr al not problematical but real empha sized by the test vote of 177 to 130 overruling the Republican Speaker and leaders It came about on the Cuban tariff or reciprocrity policy JJ7 Repub licans split off and voted with the Oem ocrats In fact Cl Republicans voted with the Democrats to amend the hill thus forcing free trade amendments and opening the tariff to revision This split will grow in intensity aid on other questions A The Gigantic Railroad Deals The L it N railroad system capitalized at SGO000000 was picked up by the money kings with the ease that al huckster unloads his market cart These great deals consolidations combinations mergers or what ever you call them are rapidlyI placing the whole rail road system of the United States in the ownership and control of a few men The general public have for years appre heeded trouble from such conditions I but only of late have some of the left out railroad magnates sounded any alarm AlrM E Ingalls the Presi dent of the Big 4 system himself a railroad king of no mean degree in a published interview assertedthat then great deals are bound to result in one h man ownership and control of all the publieauc by Government ownership or control of all the railroads The idea put forth by these great Merger Kings is that a man or com pany operating thousands of miles of railroad can do so much cheaper but i they can will the public get any bene fit and if not what protection has the public The conservative idea has al ways been that competition was a protection to the public but when com petition is all wiped out where is their protection if any is needed except in the power anti authority of the peoples W v i Government SEED CORN FOR SALE X A fine lot of seed corn John RIngwood 1 1 Dis1clcIOBARNES k Thk BAPTIST REVIVAL e revival meeting at the Hickmant unsPicitously last week under the preaching o Rev W D Nowlin of Lexington Ky thelocalo with congregationsenderstande church 4b WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE tI rt Louisville Times There systemsthSouthonup ft tree as if they had all been merged practically if not actually into a c- ouiiuunity of interests arrangement I 1GAUS WARNINGI i RIngallstheta halt should be called on railroad merging If irerging continues he claimed that ono man ownership would result and the nest step would be the overnD1entownershipJ which ho said would be a calamity and an intolerable condition Ho believed in community groupsYe ent difficulties and would bring new evils AMERICANS CRITICISED newspapershereto the charges made against Americann aoMiers in the Philippines The Vater app6rsI remembered that America waged war against Spain in the uameof+ humanity v i ts y Arw At1- r Ii IrT We Leave Hickman May 20th It is easier to carry cali than to papkandi ship goods Dont Delay1Now is the Time to Buy Every Thing Goes tOh May loth we close our stoiv and 1 lpg insavel the time and the cost of 1packing and shipping Wt 1 1our entire stock at lless than firsts cost Dt L WILSON OO CHANGE IN THE SCHOOL LAW I The date of the examination for com mon school graduates is changed from the last Thursday in Juno to the secon Friday and Saturday in May Th date for the January examination ii also changed from the last Thursday to the last Friday and Saturday in Jan uary Ihero was an emergency clause attached to this bill and as the Governor has signed it it is now m effect and the next examination for graduation will bo on the second Friday and Saturday in May The second change is made in the manner of paying the school fund Thu- old law provided that time State should pay 40 per cent in October 20 per cent in December and the balance in Jan wary Every year teachers have been expecting 40 per cent in October because the law had promised it and have been seriously disappointed when they did not receive it The records show that in the nine or ten years that this has been the law the 40 per cent has been paid in October but two or three times It was thought by the Legislature that the State ought not to promise more than it can do so the law so changed as to require a payment of only 20 per cent m November 40 per cent in December and the balance in JanuarySection 9 provides that tho twenty weeks school term shall not be cut to nineteen because tho institute happens to be held during the tem of school in other words that when a teacher dis misses a week to attend tho institute ho must make up the time the pupils must have thoir full twenty weeks term BASE BALL RETURN GAME NEXT TUESDAY The first gamine of the season waa played at the Ball Grounds 22nd iust The Fats vs the Leans crossed bats and the Fats as usual came out first witl- flying colors Capt Ferd Berende- displayed his accustomed vigor an skill as pitcher Sheriff Carpenter held 3rd base when he stood on it and succeeded in sloping one ball by turn ing and catching it squarely In the back but as a batter he carried off the honors making the longest hit of the thoo ball Captain Blakemoro was kept so busy calling judgement on everything that he fanned ever timo at tho bat- He claimed the pitcher should hay waited for him to get his bat ready ha umpiro Honey declared him out Pitcher Goalder of the Leans called time on the Pitcher of the Fats to wai till he could turn round but was also called out Oscar Phslips made severall home runs and was one of the ablest thfLeans Cnp Travis catcher for the Leans was severely punished by stop ping tho swift balls He was unable to CaptforI Tyler wild Henry Amberg of the Leans played field in natural and unassuming style which comes only afteR long prac tice Turk Randle led the fielders of tho Fats in the chose for the ball in true Philipino style and as there no bridge to cross Your Humble wasII vaut went over and under wire j fencesIin true warrior style Score 39 to II I day The game will ba repeated next Tues For Stomach Troubles I have taken n great many diirerent medicines for stomach trouble and con GeigerDunkerton as good results from any as from Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets For CowgillfDemocracys crashing knockout the Sugar Trust in the House of Representatives last Friday greatly increases tho prospect of Democratic success iin thoapproachingCongressionalelecttouTime s o exactly wnat they demand as a subst- Lute for Republican controla party that is brave enough to oppose the trusts and capable enough to conic out victorious in such a conflict A A Averton the House Sign and thee town of Hickman to ply his trine and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public You can got first class Painting Gilding Graining Sign Paint lug and Paper Hanging at customary prices and you can also got your buggy repainted at a nominal cost with the bid process not with patent paint Leave your orders at Cowffills Drug Store Respty A A AVERTON JTIIE UEsr IS TilE CHEAPEST Not how chap but how good is the questionThe A WEEK REPU is notas cheap as it is possible to sell firstclass newspaper It prints all th news that is worth printing If yo read it all tho year round you ar posted on all the important and intern esting affairs of tho world It e best and most reliable newspaper tha money and brains those should bo thedistinguishingproduce traits ofiie newspaper that is designed to be tv d by all members of the familySubscription price SI a year An newsdealer newspaper or postmaste- will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLI0 St Louis Mo I y HAVESI THE FLOOR vp art ready to moot the Ludit1 1lareOXEORDSOtt COLONIRLStM r = SHOES OF ALL KINOSitAL ljld time prices lower than ver for tiIIinh tirade Shoes k W Gradesdi Mens Shoes perfect shape randI Styles i 1Jl rt I1t TU l vOl UIrd1t Vlri Lid and Boxy Calf 350 a onlytI 1 t of the fit 11re protect you in points of style and sPlice Its to our ltinterest to Isell you good shoes ez11 oxaagrs Wohh kaaze I ii NAYLOR1 t It I StoreflIGE1 l J I IMr Tomas Estrada Patina has Y gene to Cub to gct the new republic started itgovertoturn to Ins homo in the state of New AasPcrhap yearsofCcban hebancl Swampof1 e ofMalariaground everywhere These germs cause- scaliness ihones chils and fover aches inajthe inducedangerousBitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They Will surely prevent typhoid Wo triM many remedies for Malaria and Stunt ach and Liver troubles writes Joliri ueierfoundIectngBittersgill t Cowgill guarantee satisractionl Dr Prather B Gurlin a uat of the best Medical colleges anilfa yourgentleusansociated with Dr A A Paris one of oir prattaco sionff hayheretofore wereCproceed fij haceonndexorbitantBeefTrustnot caused by u scarcity of products It ig due cotetprofitingthervbpeople J When you lack energy do not relisjj your food feel dull and stupid after Champyfablet4rThey will make you feel like a ueR ibearttt T I 1iI Hickman IKy I A Doctors Bun Plight Two years ago as a result of a sever cold I lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbroughof Hebron phio then began an obstinate cough Every rom edy known to ape as a practicing physician for 15 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I Found quick relief and for last ten days have felt better than for two years Positively guar anteed for Throat and Lung troubles by Cowgill S Cowgill 0c and 100 Trial bottles free 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 up as beyond hope by my regular physician who stands high in his pro Cession After administering three doses of it my son regained consCIous- ness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Airs Mary Haller of Alt Crawford Va This Remedy is for sale by Cowgill Cow j gill 4 J uaas llilHIii BAIIHICI IAN KENTUCKY r Capital Stock ilSd in 50OQO Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does n General Banking Business JLoajisJMlorrto1JdbJr1 germ Acts of Farmers Afercharits and ManufacTurtrs respectfully solicited1j I HIi+ I y Moslqr Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars ei CnsliierCI CashierWIR = o NS1SIf qUlSIMA1li RJ R i runsfj II- II through the most fern pu io o Arkmesas Lou- isianar and Texas These ai sI either reach direct or m a e o r sc t II Southwest connections forall parts of th e t II FT WORTif ti i I homeiIpuoptoprosI thuSouthwestt uast Misfcouri ArkaniuikWnU NorUi rougblrmU1 c i ziru 1Ii j I I II= I FINE irEISBIES I J I WINES BRiNDlES AND GINS I A SPECIALTY OF JU T J 1l I YOU THE IRAlJE 11Ir IrvAirr FOR THE t iooioL- I I I moNCITY I T 7E- NOTICE I E a iIS HEY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE FIRM OF M B SHAWS saNS TO COME FORWARD AT ONCE AND MAKE SATISFACTORY ARRANGEMENTS IN REGARD TO THEIR ACCOUNTS M B SHAW 3 HTOKM4N WAGON CO MANUFACTURER i OP TilE CELEBRATED HZeKKAti WAQQRJ J j 1 t t S V T x 1 i j f p r r W1II ri x I r U 1 f 11 I I i f I f ft t t i BiIg Jurchas- e11yt I I I J I J it J i y fJ J j t Ht i t tIi CTII z MILLINERYyam1Ilt 25 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR We purchased this week the sample line of one of the St Louisi big Millinery houses at about ONE FOURTH of its actual value The line consists of TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS FLOWERS and BABY CAPS UIIIUIIIIII Every item is strictly new and upto date It was a big purchase even for us but the prices were so low and tempting that we couldnot resist it v e This enables uto give you the newest and heft things in Millinery ut lower S I fl i t + f z fc prices than you ever dreamed possible 4Y We invite your inspection and would suggest an earlcallto secure best seleetinsI I Hickman Ellisons === I 1 i ItGStt REMLEYLINDSAY On Wednesday evening April IGth the First Baptist church was crowded to overflowing to witness tho marriage HenryFosterLindsay is one of the brightest girls of our State and it is with great regret that her friends here have given her up to go so far away Her father Rev Dr w Cv Lindsay pastor of tilt I t iMri t grooms best man Dr Vm S theII t gave the bride moui To tho wedding awayII groom left tho ushers the bridesmaids and the brides family Later at the home of the bride k dainty refreshments wero served and a pleasant hour wasspentlho State Columbia S U SCATESPARHAM- A pretty wedding occurred Sunday evening last at the residence of Mr and Mrs Bynum Parham at six oclock The contracting parties were Mr Her man Scales of Union City and Miss Carrie Parham only single daughter of Mr Parham The home was beautifully decorated with ferns and flowers darkened in Matinee style a pretty mar riage bell suspended from the ceiling added yery much to the attractiveness of the occasion The attendants were Miss Bonnie Scates and Dr W L llendncks of Union City Mi0 Annie Lizzie Scatcs sister of the grtom and Mr Robt Dorthy Tho bride was beautifully gowned in white organdy and appropriate trimings and never looked fairer or prettier than as she stood by the manly groom plighting her worth to live for him until life should bo no more and ver rsoleuinly his roo sponso was given Dr Dabney saying the ceremony in his elegant and cor dial manner after partaking of a daintily prepared supper the bride donned he traveling suit and with showers of good n wishes were driven to Hickman where they took the 750 train for Union City their future home Air Scates is in the grocery business at that place a moral upright young gentleman well worthy of the sweet amiable bride 116 I has won May their brightest hopes be realized and no cloud darken their Married life but the holy estate prowI to them eyer a source or love and happiness A dsUSDAYlARltJAOE Prof Emmett W Roach and MissI Sadie May Kennedy are to be marriedl at the homo of the brides parents iiear Jordan next Sunday the 27th Con gratnlaiions are extended tho worthy young couple in advance Mr Marshal Chambers a popular andl c prosperous merchant of Fulton a son ofr Mr Martin Chambers was married to Miss Kate Rogers of Dickson Tenn 1 Tuesday 13 63 Guitars Mandolins and Violins j11S t COtiI fVIi t T W I itr j jt Jt j 0t1 t t Cllt c 691t7ciyt + tty X C ST L R III SCHEDULE LKAVB IHCKMAX No IIt Loaves to 205 p m No ylLwivcs 70 p m No to Lwives 700 n mII ARRIVEk i t1u9 Arrives u- Nu12 1 lrrlyo6 720 anNo ClArrives 840U1G See the ad orpfilEn Co in tillS issue jI j u v Miss L ha Shaw is visiting relatives inMemphisBorn r and Mrs Geo Glaser on the 22nd mst a girl Mr Theo Chambers of Union City visited relatives hero last week Mrs Jere Malone of Union City is visiting her relatives here Federal Court will convene in Pa- ducah next Monday the 28th i R G Corsets are guaranteed not to stretch sold at AMBERGS Miss Rose Watson is visiting in Wingo and Mayiield this week The Embroidery Club meets this evening with Mrs Tschuti Swayne Miss Emma Long of Muhlonburg county is visiting Mrs Marion King The repeal of tho U S War Revenue Tax goes into effect Tuesday July 1st Mr and Mrs Julian Choat and children r visited in Wiugo and Mayfield this week x See the line of wash goods at L vMHERGS Wm Stoker and C A Holcombe ate Dallasrthis week Mrs Cora Chandler anti son dffiefi nick Tennessee are visiting re the city this week Mrs Dora ZacherY anti Mr Lee King will bo united in tho holy bonds of matrimony on April 2G 1902 Er Buy your cylinder oil at CowgilUs Drug Store3tEsq Polk wife and daughter and little Mss Ilattio Gibbs paid Mr and Mrs Robert Faris a visit Sunday EE Reeves Co will sell you a Leather quarter Top Buggy at Sw Job you know its reputation Mrs B T Davis who has been visiting relalivesat Corydou Ky for months returned home severalII lMrs M J Morgan left April 22 to attend tho bide of her sick brother tI Mr J G Reynolds of Kind North 1j Carolina I Swayno the druggist invites the ladies to call and see his excellent line of face ponders r ii pink and white p at 15c I Nw line uf It A UJL Curs at- AMi3EIttS Prof W II Phipp a truly good and honorable man died at his home in Fulton Sunday morning of hoUrl disounu Mr Chas Smith is in Dallas this week taking in the Confederate Ro Union and will visiti relatives at other points in Texas All parties indebted to us must sottlo at onco or their accounts will bu lucoill in an olllcor hands D E VlLSCStCO Mrs Hardy Ligoti and little daughters Annie Carr anti Mary Hardy ot Union City are visiting the formers father J- JO Bondurant on Troy Avenue The 9 year old son of Mr JP Easier who had his foot badly cut while playing on the old turntable in East Hick man last week is improving rapidlyI You will hind Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGS Miss Bessie French who has been visiting for several weeks ut Beaumont Texas and other Southern points returned homo Tuesday M B SHAWS SONS Office is now at Cue Thrclkolds CashI Grocery House A man at Louisville Ky who stole a bible was sentenced to a year in the penitentiary The court took up a subscription and presented him with a tine biblo to read during his confiement E E Reeves S Co sell Buggies that you cant beat in prce or grade tThero is a beautiful bloom ou old Early Harvest and Wine Sap trees big lightbloomtt promise well but many a promise is nipped in tho bud R d G Corsets never stretch sold only at AMBERGS The 200000 appropriation for tho Hickman and Tiptonville Levee has passed both Houses of Congress and is now in Committee of Conference His almost certain to become a law and equally certain that the levee will be built this year The best line of black dress goods wo have ever shown H C AM BERG The Fulton Street Fair and Carnival which is to be held in Fulton ono week beginning Monday April 28th aud ending May 3rd promises to be the biggest thing of its kind ever held in this section Dont fail to call for Blue Trading Stamps with every lOc cash pnrchace at Swavnes Tho fight for or against saloons haveIwill depend upon tho colored vote maJ1t now i n stock about 25 different styles of Bug gees c UhF i COURIER JOURNAL i r z TIMES A WEEK 104 TIMES A YEAR SI1 COURIEUIOUUXJin the United States for Democrats and for allreaders manyDailiesotherSemiWeeklies WATERONThe Tn l toNEWSissuotosentfreeCOURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky CHEAP RATE OF ONE CENT PER MILE I TO DALLAS TEXAS lfPHIL IB TO 20 ILLINOIS IWCENTRAL Good to return until April toor by extension today 15 Account of Annual ReuulonII US ITI2D CON II VETKUAXS and SONS OF VJKTJEUAKi includingopportunitysiege fttVicksturgOhN toTexusservicoyinldemphbor connections Special Through Train from Louis theirfriendsWrit to any Illinois Central Agent or 10 i W J McBmnK O P L T A Tr onisvmo1RI AA 1 4 v f i Wields A Sharp Ax I Millions marvel at tho multitude of NewLifotooStomachtrtl1blesDJaundicelliIiousness fullbeforentCowgil1 IS THE BEEF TRUST UNASSAILABLE United States Attorney General Knoxs announcement to Uhairman Ray Judiciarythatthe Beef Taust had failed to reveal the violation of any ederal statue places the consuming public hopeless and helpless The salient fact in the people is that the been advanced to a vents many poor indulging in its cutting off a most their food supply tion of the advance in the general public is fact of control of the big packers In the ti thou consumers price or go without This exhibition of monopoly furnishes objectlesion to every To those in the teaching u not hardship To the grent body of tho serious deprivation or increnied cost of piteous strain upon Good For ILftBt fall I WitS attack of muscular caused mo great pain After trying several rheumatic cures I Chamberlains Pain seen advertised it the After two I was much hotter bottle was urns Salom N T gill L Cowgill O E GenealPowell Block Hating purchased J J C Bondunnt hue all old friends to and Choice Uar ains Buggies with with steel tires anti poor They aro and quality Ilow in examine and Jbu will for the monoy ever robes and whips are grade Call and show you through s ATTL A 1 i receiving I 4- Y OF d i Plows and I tY 1 have the l IrgJk this seas we have 4 and the 41 market affords i t Co ir KENTUCKY JHoTt r + ARE SAVED rsiNo New Discoveryf son Coughs and Colds Other Throat And Combined medicine positively Coughs Colds Pneumonia Hay LaGrippe Hoarseness Croup and Whoping CURE NO PAY 1 Trial Bottlo Free COWGILL some beautiful paterns wo offer at less large ad D E WILSON S Co I n EEPARTMETFR I O c r Away 1l A heavy pmeliiuK tibia week of Factory us to omI you the biggest values in Dishes o you i Note rhece prices BOWL and PITCHER ii I 79c I WASH STAND J In decorated Ware never S 148 jIDecorated t 65 to 75c a I 48c This showing includes everything in SaucersjbI at+ f Bowls Slop Bowls Meat Dishes Pitchers plain White i Ware anti Decorated Goods and all at lower I r IN GR CERY J f t I i j A See Wil1dew Bisplay KOUlI Ellisons Hickman i t J yr f l- C a I it 1 4 ay v S CourierEGEORGE WARREN Publisher ICEMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS s The oyster men aro trying to form a combineA has discovered a system of wireless telephony J Texas has a permanent school fund mounting to nearly 8000000 The world has 3320 lighthouses 01 these the United States owns 635 American clocks are to be found in the most remote hamlets in Slam Maj John E Barrow the last sur Tlvor of the navy of the republic of Texas Is dead Only 71 people in England han salaries of over 25000 a year accord lug to the income tax returns lae German naval budget this yeas I calls for about 50000000 while Great Britain asks fq about 155000000 Most deaths during tho 24 hours take place between 5 and 6 a m and least between 9 and 11 In the evening It Is considered that Japanese men are among the bEst needleworkers in the world their only equals being the women of Russia In Scandinavia it Is believed thatt Capt Sverdurp of the Fram who has been away for 40 months has found the North Pole and is now returning Lord Grlmthorpe the exchancellor of the archdiocese of York is the old I est kings counsel in England He is 86 years old and has been a lawyer C4 yearsThe medal offered by the Paris council for the most numerous and best behaved family of children has been won by a couple named Gallcz parents of 13 youngsters The union veterans of German birth are to raise a fund for a monument to Gen Friedrich Wilhelm von Steu ben of the American revolution to be erected in Washington D C Zenas Crane a brother of Gov Crane of Massachusetts has given to Pittsfield Mass the sum of 80000 lor the purpose of establishing there a museum of natural history and art Frank Sargont who has been ap pointed commissionergeneral of Im migration by the president held as his first position with a railroad com pany that of engine wiper at Phoenix AriA ring onco worn by Marie Antlon ette queen 01 France is In the pos session of a Baltimore jeweler Her miniature and that of Louis XVI is hand pafnted on ivory and set in the cJrcleL The champion organ blower In point of service has been found to be 72 yearold Joshua Savall who without a z single absence has pumped the organ oi Plymouth church In Brooklyn for the last 37 years C C Georgeson of Sitka specialI Inent of the department of agriculture in charge of Alaska says in an articlei in the National Geographic Magazine that that territory can support a popu lation of 3000000 During the last five years the num ber of depositors in United States savings banks has increased from 5200000 to 6400000 and their deposits have Increased from 1910000 COO to 2C40000000 Street snow Is now removed Jn New York city by shoveling It into boxes attached to road engines and melting It by a spray of steam The saving ot expense as against that of hauling it way Is enormous Congressman Loud of California has the distinction of having received the sword of Gen Pemberton at VIcks burg in the hot July of 1SC5 He was at the time a member of the Second Massachusetts cavalry There are now 11000 bills awaiting s consideration in the house of repre sentatives At one session recently 3COO bills were Introduced in seven minutes Over 25000 bills have been sessionI many persons to be very nourishing A pound of parsnips only gives twelve grains of strength while the same amount of Bkimmilk will give thirtyfour grains and of split peas 250 grains t Since the days of George III and Queen Charlotte no evening court has been held by tho reigning Briflsh sovereigns until King Edward and R Queen Alexandra revived the old style 4andwith the greatest success Joseph McIntyre of Brooklyn has Invented a destructive war rocket It r lie fired by dytamite and the bomb scatters steel bullets among the ene my and is calculated to dislodge any opposing forces in concealment Archer M Pemberton of New York City has recently returned from Eu rope with 21000 volumes and manu scripts for his private collection of i Spanish literature which is said to be the most comprehensive in the world c Mgr Paul Guerin editor of the Die t tionairc des Dictionnalres and nu thor of many esteemed Catholic books is being tried at Chateaurox for ob lathing 1000 000 on false pretenses from many persons The Diction nalre is the cause of his troubles Mrs Plant widow of the millionaire Henry Plant and her stepson Morton F Plant are considering the giving of the big Tampa bay hotel at Tampa Fla to be converted into a Jesuit col lege They will endow the college with f Ji000000 Frank Patterson of Port Chester N Y fell from the top of a flag pole on the top of a hotel at White Plains dropped off the tower down to the roof and caught himself at the eaves sixty feet above the pavement Hie only hurt was a bruised arm but uc stays he has had all the flagpole bust Less he needs c I t j i F A FAMILY WIPED OUT Poison Vife and Children and Then Committed Suicide The Man Had Frequent Difficulties With His Wife and Had Made Threats to Do Away With His Family Chicago April 22Dead In a stuffy bedroom in a crowded tenement quarter In State street the bodies or- an entire colored family numbering seven persons were found Monday night gnawed by rats and In an ad vanced state of decomposition The police incline to a theory of murder and suicide The family Is that of Jones Butler an upholsterer and consisted of Butler his wife and five children They had been dead for eight days While the members of his family were either partly or wholly un dressed the body of Butler remained entirely clothed He had seemingly thrown himself In desperation across the corpses of his wife and children sometime after the poison had acted on them Butler frequently had diffi cultles with his wife and had made threats to do away with his family It is thought that in despondency brooding over the condition surround- Ing his family who were in utter pov erty caused Butler to go insane and take the lives of all seven TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE Hundreds Engulfed and a Guatemalan City Ruined Guatemala City Guatemala April 22Fhe hundred persons are report ed dead at Quesaltenango as the result of 3 severe earthquako shocks Friday night but as comunicatlon is cut off the rumor can not be confirm ed The city the second largest in Guatemala had 25000 inhabitants ands said to have been reduced to ruins The town of Amatltlan with 10000 population was completely destroyed and many were killed ThT earth quakes did damage 100 miles along the western part of the republic Those who escaped tho big fissures opened up are camping In the country build Ing temporary mud huts Shocks are still felt at points HORRIBLE SUICIDE Woman Saturated Her Clothing With Oil and Fired Them Chicago April 22 Saturating her garments with kerosene Mrs Abra ham Antoranum of Waukeegan Ill set them on fire Monday Whllo her husband slept in an adjoining room and In a few minutes died in terrible agony Her husband awakened by her screams started to her aid only to find that he had been locked in his bedroom He broke down the door and in his efforts to extinguish the flames enveloping his wife was so badly burned that he may die The sui chic was the culmination of a recent quarrel between Mr and Mrs Anto ranum Throat Cut From Ear to Ear Charleston S C April 22W W Jones a section master on the Plant system on returning to his hone near Ravenals Station found the body of his wife in a dog house near his home Mrs Joness tHroat was cut from ear to ear and the head almost severed from the body A bloodstained sic kle showed how the crime had been committed As several articles are missing from the house robbery is supposed to have been the main object Hot Wave at St Louis St Louis April 22The hot wave from the west reached here Monday and for two hours Monday afternoon maintained the maximum temperature of 8S a rise of 25 degrees in six hours A cool breeze sprang up later and the thermometer dropped several de grees Extreme Hot Weather Omaha Neb April 22Reports re ceived Monday from points in the state show a greater degree of heat Sunday than first reports IndicatedL The climax was at Fairbury where the mercury reached 103 Clouds late Monday relieved to some extent the ex treme warmth Five Inches of Snow Fell Omaha Neb April 22 Dispatches received here Monday night from points in the Black Hills tall of rain and snow At Deadwood five inches of snow have fallen since morning and Rapid City reported an equal amount Sharp Advance in Meats Cincinnati April 22 Smoked meats were advanced onehalf cent a pound Monday oy wholesalers hams and bacon now selling at 13 cents straight by the dozen and shoulders at 10 cents Lamb likewise went skyward 2 cents a pound The Aerial Contest St Louis April 22M SantosDui mont the Brazilian aeronaut held a conference with Worlds fair officials and several scientists Monday for the purpose of deciding the conditions for the aerIal2Entest to be given at the Louisiana Purchase exposition Treasury Statement Washington April 22Mondays statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusiveof the 150 000000 gold reserve In the division of redemption shows Available cash bai nnce 1S2122CS4 sol92iSJ52 DR TALMAGEa WILL The Widow Gets OneThird of the 300000 Estate Washington April 22The will of the late Rev Dr T DeWitt Talmage was filed here Monday It leaves an estate valued at more than 300000 About 250000 is in personal property consisting of secured notes United States 4 per cent bonds stocks and cash in bank furniture pictures and household effects The real estate is worth about 50000 comprising his house No 1400 Massachusetts avenue in this city and property in East Hampton Long Island and In his former home Brooklyn The Washington Loan Trust Co Is named as executor and Monday petitioned the Dis tract supreme court to admit the will to probate All the heirs at law are said to be entirely satisfied and have consented to the probate The will gives the widows third to Mrs Tal mage The balance of the estate goes I equally to all of his children and their lineal descendants The will is dated February 3 1898 The heirs at law are as follows The widow Mrs Eleanor M Talmage of this city and his children Mrs Jessie T Smith and Mrs May Mangan both of Brooklyn Mrs Edith T Donnan Richmond Va Frank DeWitt Talmage Chicago Miss Jennie G Talmage of this cty and Mrs Maud Twickoff Cape Vincent N Y j g INTERCEPTED LETTERff It Causes Bitter Attack on British Navy By Venezuelan Papers 1 Caracas Venezuela April 22The government has intercepted a letter written by an officer of the English cruiser Indefatiguable belonging to the British North American and Western dian squadron to an English friend Iin which speaking of the Venezuelan irevolution the officer said Why does not some one assassinate President Castro and thus save further 1 bloodshed Official papers here have as a result made bitter attacks onho ofptheBritish1 Caracasr tl NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT JPittburg000 They Will Win Out f i Pittsburg April 2lThe members of the rittsburg baseball team Save mado up a pool of Itult io trager that they will win tho National league pennant this season This aetion was provoked by a reported announcement by Frank DeHaas Roblsln of St Louis that ho would put up10r00u the9ryThe ed the defi and wired Mr Robubn Monday that his challpngevhad bj ItjaeAPARTMENT HOTEL Burntd The Vincennes of Chicago at a Loss of 150OOO Chicago April 22The Vinceines tincennesMonday afternoon Fanned by a Ugh wind the flames threatened to spread I to adjoining structes and it was with difficulty that the fire was restricted to the hotel There were 50 apartments in tne building but all pf the occupants escaped in safety The loss is 150000 I STABBED IN THE BREAST Prof Huey of the Kansas Norrcal School Attacked By Negroes IEmporia Kan April 22Prcfor orCharles partment of physical training of Kansas stato normal school was stabbl In the right breast and had the upper portion of his jawbone crushed byl crowd of young Negroes Both wounds are serious Iluey had driven the NJ groes from the fence ofea park wherl a baseball game was In progress NaVigationjWashington nation of Rr Adm Henry C Taylor to be chief of the bureau of navigat Lion navy department was sent to the white house from the navy depart meat Adm Crowninshlelds resignation of the post also was transmitted- to the president The change will b i mado on the 28th instant Maj Prudens Remains Buried i Washington April 22The remains of Maj Octavlus L Pruden late as sistant secretary to the president was interred in Congressional cemetery The full Episcopal burial rites was held in Trinity Episcopal church A handsome wreath from the white house was among the floral offerings To Search Fer tne Missing Huronlan London April 22Tho admiralty has ordered the British thirdclass cruiser Bellona to Join the second class cruiser Thames in searching for the missing Allan line steamer Huro nIan Te Bellona will cover 21000 miles of the northwestern part of the Atlantic Will Enter Politics London April 22Rear Adm Lord Charles Beresford has decide to contest the salt in the House of Commons made vacant by the retirement- of Edwin Hughes former conservative agent for the city of London Kent and Greenwich Bones of a Mastodon La Crosse Wis April 22Doncs supposed to be those of a mastodon pitherelarserthanuowaliyejt and the teeth are eight Inches longIA OHIO RIVER DISASTER Lives Lost by the Burning of the City of Pitrsburg The Vessel Which Was Burned to tho Waters Edge Was Built at Marietta 0 at a Cost of t 80000 Cairo 111 April 22A uiackened misshapen wreck lying on the Ken tucky shore 18 miles above this city is all that is left of the handsome steamer City of PitUbure which burn ed to the waters edge at 4 a m Sunday morning Within its ruins still too hot to search are entombed the bodies of scores of passengers and members of the crew who were caught like rats in a trap and literally roasted alive orsuffocatedComing the river under a full head of steam and with 150 souls on board the steamer was discovered to be on fire Almost instantly the en tire forward end of the steamer was ablaze The flames drove all the passengers aft The boat was 287 feet long and the passengers and crew who jumped Into the river had fully 200 feet to swim to reach the shore The current Is quite swift there and the big steamer created an eddy into which many of the unfortunates were carried This accounts for the dread ful loss of life k The disaster was one of the most thrilling and appalling in the history of the Ohio river While the passengers and crew slept the flames start ing in the hold gained sucn headway that people awoke with death at their very door It was about 4 oclock in the morning when the alarm of the electric bells and the roar of the tire aroused the sleepers Throwing open the stateroom doors the unfortunate passengers faced an awful scene The heavens were up with the fire rapidly consuming the tinderboxllkema terlal of which boats are built The entire front part of the vessel was 1 burning and between the unfortunate people and the shore was a wall of flame through which none could pass boatIlandward but there was a wide stretch of wa7er between the beach and the burning boat The prayers and shrieks of the doomed the awfu frantic struggle for life made a scene of terror that will never be forgotten by those who witnessed It and live to tell the tale A rush was made for a lifeboat and it was quickly filled by a struggling mass of humanity while more fought to get Into It The fire reached the ropes that held it and it ropppdJnto the water just In time to prevent it from being freighted past the danger polnt- Meanwhile scores of people were leaping Into the water women were throwing their children overboard and following them hoping almost against hope that they might at least save the lives of those dear to them Chairs boards torn from their fastenings any thing and everything available was seized as a possible am to escape Some people rusaeu madly into the flames in taer terror thinking probably there might be a chance to es cape over the bow Others the major ity of the lost stood rooted to tho spot by fear crying In their agony or in terror ran about until the mass of fire swept over them and consumed their lives In the water there was an awful struggle Bleeding weak and half clad people clung to pieces of burned timber calling for hell or seizing upon some swimmer as he passed trying to reach shore Here and there every minute some unfor tunate unable longer to continue tlu struggle gave up and sank Many passengers clung by finger tips to the burning boat with bodies submerged until overcome by fire or water they sank to death Wesley Neeley a fisherman rescued two frt a the wheelhouse Partial list saved James Neville Dayton Ky boat carpenter Emma Smith Paducah passenger Ardue M Allen and wife Pittsburg L H Mc Gnaw Louisville Ky Mrs Judge Wal key Metropolis 111 Arthur Shelby Buckner Ky watchman Mrs Tun nymyer Point Pleasant W Va badly burned an daughter Margaret Bridges Louisville Ky Jennie Bes sick Lexington Ky C K Stallens and wife Careysvllle Ky Head Mate Shlmers and wife Miss Leech badly burned Pilot Prltchett wife and child Miss Marie Llsler Carrollton 0 died after being on shore S51 vester Boss died after getting on shore The captain clerks and engineers two engineers stokers two cooks Partial list of lost Mr Adams Ohio bound for St Louis Mr Downs Mempfiis Tom Smith steersman Memphis Patrick Adams wife and ten children Owensboro Ky bound for Morehouse Mo Joe Ridding Bud Jones striker engineers Cincinnati Wm Bellinger steward Cincinnati a little girl named Sweeney of Owens boro L L Hunter Litinti Pa two cooks two chambermaids and most of the deckhands The Pittsburg was built at the Marietta 0 ways In 1899 and was valued at SO000 She was partly Insured t The craft was 300 feet long and 80 feet wide over all and considered the finest craft on the river I t She was of modern equipment in- weroevery way and her furnishings elaborate r She was owned jointly by John M Phillips and AI Brahm of Pittsburg and Dana Scott of ZanesvllleI- If The craft could not be replaced for cost owing to the incr-easters of materials used in her Constructiont V fr t A PASTORS WIFE She Suffered for Years and Felt Her Case Was iffie lessCured by Peruna recentrAheadquarters at Galesburg 111 was for ten years one of the leading women there Her husband when liv ing was first President of the Nebraska Wesleyan University at Lincoln Neb In a letter written from 401 Sixty seventh street W Chicago 111 Mrs Fleharty says the following in regard to PerunaHaving lived a very active life as wife and working partner of a busy minister my health failed me u few years ago I lost my husbandabout the same time and gradually 1 seemed daughterisgreat need of an invigorator One of my neighbors advised me to try Peruna A bottle was Immedi ately secured and a great change took place In my daughters as well as In my own health Our appetites Im proved very greatly the digestion seemed much helped and restful sleep soon Improved us so that we seemed like new women I would not be without Peruna for ten times its costMrs Anna B Fleharty What used to be called female diseases by the medical profession is now called pelvic catarrh It has been found by experience that catarrhal diseases of the pelvic organs are the cause of most cases of female disease Dr Hartman was among the first of Americas great physicians to make this discovery For forty years he lies been treating diseases peculiar to women and long ago he reached the conclusion that t woman entirely free from catarrhal affection of these or gans would not be subject to female disease He therefore began using Pe runa for these cases and found it so admirably adapted to their permanent cure that Perunu has now become the mont famous remedy for female dis eases ever known Everywhere the women are using it and praising it Pernua iis not a palliative simply it cures l y removing the cause of female diseaseDr has probably cured mon xviunon of female ailments than nay cither living physician He makes tliosv pores simply by using and rec omnundinir Peruna trct31rnIu HOT WEATHER COOKINGI fIewcnecanbesetcante1nIkhtIacdh panlHYDRO Wol1GLAS SHOES OUCt4s 350 SHOES THE- WORLD 11lirrW jRfATS E11 csDoaplai LDouglasiitcreote IS9Scl713J08 JS99S9RISZ 1900 1259751 Pales 1901 1506720 Pubs Doubled REASONSDouglat ordinary Including KangarooFutnUDooilu kgcalle- dshurbynaall CatalogJlouglua Jlrocktun wrI keenerthanwhen hardest atorrn- YOUARESUlf Of itsYOU WEAR WATEBPROOF ILED CLOTHINMACK YELLOW GUARANTEEJTOWeR YOUR DEALER cMtdogue Qarmetts BEAUTIFULLY COLORED SESagffiS Inliitlnrin- itable framing htmeetsis CragJtheontDraRISOS CURE CuRES CMInISUMPTION ICUI II II1r hQrtYII IIfsuffered several years with headache brought nervous pros tration afflicted with inzsomnia would more weary than when retired dread tht approach night Peruna home welcome guest and within three short months like another woman have enjoyed perfect health over year those have suffered will know happy amMrs Brown Mrs Esther Milncr GraffiOhio writes- I terrible sufferer from male weakness the headache continuously housework myself husband wrote you described condi near possible You mended Peruna took bottles completely cured think Perunn wonderful medicine Esther Milner- Congressman Thad Mahon Chambersburg writes take pleasure commendingyour Peruna substantial tonic and good catarrh remedT Mahon you derive prompt and isfactory results from write at Hartman giving statement your will pleased give valuable advice gratis Address Hartman President Hartman Sailtarluai Columbus I MADEEASY rBY Cine pnefiT totlimh 1110 economy or oil and the riF con rxpenMrn atanip latalipoe and of the various and alta Price CO 184 Fullon Street 11OTALy APCMTC WANTED enterprtslntr Agent represent In townAULI1 10 money ceding Khotaland account of Ito llghtwel toT place Llbcal terra the rlcht parties Jltfcncy Department IXTfll ICOtA pojs IIVKMUC Aew York 001I UNION MADE i ARt BEST IN FOR MEN pS SHOt by Stan anti the best hoe df1ln Aotite laltt in tttoai Pair Pnlrl =Business More Than In Years TttE makes and fell more and 7 any tomanln Ihe world W L Iougla 300 and suo alms placed side by side SG and aofother snakes Art found bA lust as good They will outwear two pair of and 8X10 shoes Made of tee best leathers Patent 1400 Itd Uo uaolSISc L Muss WfATUfRCOMfORIJ i out in the it MADE IN OR AflK it he nill not supply yOU G for or or teed for and art studies 1 0 for IWHIRL ALL ELSE Iteat 0- s Anna tJ f1I f I for on by was also I get up in the morn i ing I and I used to of came into my as a I was now for a and who as 1 did how 1 E L M De i was a fe and had I was not able to do my for and I and my tion as as recom I four and was I a Mrs M M of Pa I In as a a M If do not sat the use of t runa once to Dr w a full of case and he be to you his Dr of The 01 U i R on z J t paie t T pan r wi k It an stove nlIne fmence of the pas ranee Send forprice lltt styles New York City s We want one BXHl to us everyI can be made the I city to tarry n aikre frra piece t to KWO V TO 14 IMlUa Strut THE Sold table Four I1 mens 8300 shoet than othlr In with 5600 to Soo I Gilt f extra treeIV free Send FAILS I 1 J Pe s Good enough I foranybodyFLORODORABANOS fromSTARlEAFTiOODHONErNAZOR TobaccoI I I JUST THINE OFIF slaudlordbrances hllbank aCt1Ourl yearlandtock InereablBi splen exeeaehtacboolstaxation rlces eatsand grain low rail pvlIIDI8I condition of thefarmer In Western Canulalroylnce Manitobaand districts or AaslnlbotaSaskatebcwanAlberta and nowacttleUthererailways for borneseekers andjettlers XetrdltrlcuarebolncotwneUuI thl wear The now fortypage ATIAs ofVEST RSI lnformaIi Superintendent CaasdartuJOSEIIIf bus OUlos KT nolaie Uoora ft il IlkteJ Indianapolis Ind Canadian Oor rnicect Agcna t 1i d f 3 Atl I Waat Ev 1I0wComplelea IndirectionFrom 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flannel should be used for needle books as the iiulI phur used in the manufacture of the latter causes steel to rust To remove grease from cloth sponge it with a solution of salt in alcohol The right proportion is one teaspoonful of salt to four of alcohol Never clear soup till the day it is wanted the stock should he made pre viously but soup should be freshly clarified or it will be cloudy To prevent soot in a chimney make a brine of common salt and pour it over the coals used This is said to keep chimney and lines beautifully clean When anything boils over on the stove sprinkle salt quickly over the place This will prevent the fumes from rising and making the house smell disagreeable- To see if paraffin oil is safe to use put a few drops in a saucer and apply to them a lighted match If the flame spreads over the surface of the oil re ject it as unsafe for under many circumstances it mny explode Good paraffin oil will only burn on a wick The secret of good packing is firmness and smoothness nnd to attain that everything should be put in the trunk in layers Before putting in the dresses have a firm layer of undergar meets trod then proceed with the thickest and heaviest of your skirts FROM THE LATEST BOOKS Life may be one grand sweet song to a few but the majority trip along to music written in ragtime Antrim in Xaked Truths Leave n little unsaida little to h explored in your mental attitude Vv ward men if you would be accounted interesting Antrim in Naked Truths Nothing will look after Itself more cnrefuly and more cautiously nnd more successfully than a dollar unless it he two dollars Cnnficldjji the Col lege Student Art was made for joj When It is anything else its a dangerous explosive Chemically separate certain natural elements and they mh to ether with a thunderclap Tames Thinker in Melomaniacs T distrust a critic us I distrust my self A critic never buys a book an as often understands one I do no quarrel with critics I commie erate them as hopeless book 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a relief after using same for about seven days which Is over two months since I have sever been bothered with same z np to this time I believe your Ointment has given me a permanent cure t J KUVESMAB Recommends Pazo Ointment Because It Cures We are In receipt of six hoses of your Paw Pile Cure whichwe Wilt sell for you n8 we have been cured by Itand ca Ti7Ommend it to others STAMPS S WEELFALL Gipson Ark toxPARIS MEDICINE CO2628 Pine Street St Louis Mo Who also manufacture the celebrated Cold Cure LAXATIVE BROAIOQU1N1NE Tablets I e A e- r 7t f ti sGRS I INTERESTING STATE NEWS g 5 o 001aBERRY HOWARD CASE i i The Jury Completed and Opening Statement Made I 1 Juryltobeings Inclpalin the Goebel murder case was completed late Wednesday afternoon In the Franklin circuit court sod the opening statement of the prosecution made by Attorney T C Campbell of New York He spoke vigorously for half an hour telling the jj rorsthat the defendant would be shown bf the testimony to have been qlose to all the parties under Indictment i Tor the cririi and to have made damaging admissions in connection with It The first witness was heard r IonsnmolabouttenFrank irt Ky April 1The rlaIfj of the cfcse ol Berry Reward moved Ij along rapidly Thursday the common wealth examining 17 witnesses All lint six of them had been on the stand at former trfalsof the Goebel1 murder cases I Several of the new witnesses placed Kerry Howard In the state agricultural department at the time of thee shoot t fug oft Goebel instead of in the lobby of the house of representatives j The most damaging testimony given l was that by llrs Clorlhda Howard of Hell county a relative of the defend ant Shesaid that a few days after 3 I the shooting toward showed her some j I IIherI II Her testimony is unsupported so far She refused to answer questions of the defense and will be put on Ute I stand again Friday for further cross Examination t t Frankfort Ky April 19Mrs Clo rinda Howard of Bell county who told Thursday afternoon of Berry Howard displaying some cartridges to her and saying that Goebel was killed with one similar and that it did not smoke ii was the fist witness on the stand Friday morning Col Colson crossexam ined but got nothing from the witness who seemed willing to talk only to the i ThursIdai the claimed to have had with Berry Howard after his return from Frankfort after the shooting of Goebel She said that she had been told by Sim- I Bailey of Ben county that Howard had killed Goebel and she nskJ him about it He answered that he didI t t r j t f cartJridj crowejcamlnatfon Col ColSon confus j cd her considerably and she finally refused j to make further answer to his j questions jI Mrs Lucy O Bannon of Louisville ff who kept a boarding house near the r 1Itate capitol in 1900 told of Berry Iioward calling there in January 1900 the day before the shooting of Goebel iI Tie came to insist that John Howard t a relative remain in Frankfort the next day He said When Igo to meeting I stay to benediction The contest will be settled tomorrow and the fun will begin i By Judge A B Smith of counsel for the prosecution the commonwealth proved that he Smith had remarked j GOebellasgive 1000 for He said he made the remark jokingly He said that Howard In his office at Pinevllle after the shooting said If we or they know that it was Harlan Whlttaker they were arresting immediately after the shooting we would have got some more of them KILLED HIS COMPANION White Men the Colored Boy Said 7i 1Carried Him j OffII 19BenHP4 I Bowman aged 12 and Clarence Stand and aged 9 colored were left at home together near Fairview when the latter t was accidentally shot and killed with an old pistol he found and gave Bowman Terrified Bowman dragged the body Into the yard and concealed it under leaves and when the family r j returned told them white men came 1i along and carried Standard off Sus 4 pitoni was aroused a search was made and the ifdY found when Bowman confessed the truth WANTED FREE PASSAGE I j f Crowd of Kentucklans Attempted to Hold Up a Freightv TrainII Barbourville Ky April 19A lo cal freight train was held up here by I a crowd which wanted paesage The I night operator who was alone was rendered powerless and pistols were pointed at the conductor who backed hif train and took a run passing the crowd The police authorities soon ar rived and arrested five three men and tw womenI 9 4 Legislator Morris Resigns I j Frankfort Ky April IS Jackson Slorris member of the legislature from ClarJacksonand Owsley counties f has resigned and will likely be ap- pOintedt to a position In the revenue service by CoaamiGsioncr John W u Yerkes jJ T r I Methodist Minister in Trouble I Lexington Ky April 21Dr Mor ton Scott a Methodist preacher has i Been indicted l forging the name of his deadivwife toa will disposing ofv canlj e i tLi GOEBEL MURDER SUSPECT Dock Hill a Prisoner Admits He I ll Wanted For Complicity Knoxville Tenn April 31Ira Gil lesple alias Dock Hill a prisoner in the Sevier county jail at Soviervllle Tenn on the charge of robbery pre ferred by Knoxville officers has ad milted to Sevier county officers that he is wanted for complicity In the murder of Gov Goebel of Kentucky and that there is outstanding a reward of 500 for his capture Ho claims Lexington Ky as his home The Kentucky officers have been wir ed but no word has been received from them Gillespie is 5 feet 8 inches tall weighs 135 pounds has blue eyes and is slightly stoopshouldered He claims that he has been tracked from place to place by officers and is thoroughly worn out GiUespic was ac companied by a woman who weighs nearly 200 pounds She refuses to tell her name but is being held with Giilespie until something Is heard from the authorities at Lexington Lexington Ky April iThe au thorities hero claim to know nothing of Ira Giilespie and an investigation made Sunday night fails to substanti ate his claim to residence In this city at any timeKEPT HIS PROMISE A Convict Married to His Sweetheart in the Jail Bowling Green Ky April ISInt- he Warren county jail Thursday Jas L Hone charged with killing Charles V Savory last August and sentenced to serve a term of 21 years was mar ried to Miss Nellie Duke They wore married by County Judge Chas Drake in the inner circle of the jail and uft er the wedding was over the bride went out and a big steell door slammed behind her Rone will lie taken to the Eddyvlllo penitentiary next week O He says that before the killing be promised to mar ry the girl and wanted to 1keep his promise AFTER THE ST LOUIS DERBY Two Colts Were Tried Out at Lexing ton and Did Some Good Work Lexington Ky Aril 21John Ro degap and Counsellor Bill Brien tried out their respective Derby can didates Inventor and South Elkhorn They took the pair to C M McDow elPtr private track and puttingup two big boys v elRhing possibly UG pounds each told the lads to set em down The pair raced lapped the en tire route South Elkhorn winning by a head In 141The work satisfied both trainers and Inventor will be shipped to Louisville in a day or two and start in the Derby South Elk hprn will try for the St Louis Derby Question of Jurisdiction Lexington Ky April ISCircuit Judge Parker Thursday appointed G C Webb receiver or the Germania Guaranty Co of Covington In response to a suit filed last week Wednesday Circuit Judge Tarvln of Ken ton county appointed Gt1I Keefer of Covington receiver for the same con cern rn response to a suit filed there Monday The case will probably bo submitted to the appellate court for a decision as to jurisdiction as them can be but one receiver Died From His Injury Lexington Ky April telJohn Rat forty died Sunday as the result of frightful injuries received Saturday in blasting a hole for a trolley post on the Georgetown traction line Believing the blast bad resulted in a fluke he leaned over the hole just as the charge exploded One eye was blown out and he was otherwise man glediTrainmen Fatally Injured Paris Ky1 April ISAt Riverside Clark county Thursday morning through freight No 43 from Cincin nati on the Louisville Nashville was wrecked the engine and ten cars turning over Brakeman Clarence Turner and Fireman John McGann were fatally hurt Featherstones Horses Lexington Ky April 2L Arthur Featherstone the noted turfman shipped his stable to Morris Park on n special train over the C O It consist ed of three palace horse cars and a Pullman Mr Featherstone accom panied the stable The train cost Featherstone over 1600 Fed to the Lions Covington Ky April iiIn com pliance with the request made by the late Dr John Blau of this city his old family horse which he drove for over ten years was taken to the Zoo logical garden Cincinnati Friday and shot The carcass was then fed to the lions Carpenters Strike Settled Paducah Ky April 21The building carpenters strike which was inau gurated April 1 was arbitrated Satur day afternoon The minimum wage scale is 27 79cents an hour for an cigWJiour day i The contractors aro consfu1lec to hire union men only Sound Flogging His Punishment Louisville Ky April 2lA sound Hogging Is the punishment 13yearold Preston James will suffer for haying snot his playmate Arthur FIble ever the heart two weeks ago inflicting a wound that almost caused death l h A if I FRYES FAMOUS BABY FOOD frees liumous Baby Foftct Warranted to Cure All Tnftuit Ailments Makes the Weak Strong tfjoofl for Men and Soulless Corporations- A Food That Fattens f Sold by the Frye HnnunlGrAsveuor Syndicate Successors to Dinirlpy r Co riceSlO0OO000 for tie First Bottle After that the Price will be ndTumed according to rfnjjfiiisftinuefi Uncle Sam he pays the bills 1Iuta delcctnble food iisun emulsion of protection and pork by the great alchemist Mine Frye Ui uptodate infants me R Read these Ti tiuiouhiIsSf After taking eight S IfflttlCS of Fryes Hmul ion I am so much fur proved that 1 want twenty bigjlntoriiai York- P Stnd the bill to ifttJcJ Scam 1 could not do without Pryo BFood I need a new ship with H nice big American flag 1 hope ftuclftJ Sam will be patriotic enough to give me everything I want It l ke a glad and glorious day for Uncle when I get my new chip 1 will IloThinCiva tell me play with it if he gives me n flag too Yours truly United States Steel infant iII S A 1 Mice tried every kind at bounty pap but 1 think I like MrsI Fryps hest 1 have sa1Terad fur t nrs frolu spittnl tronhle due to the jolt Con gregs rave nu in U2 but c delicious snieII of Frycs Food innkeft me feel like a new infant Yours YurkojTHE STORY IS VERYIQLD Senator Frye MIIK the Snme Shil SnbI llilll Sonar Suutr L 1he5ltlp builders i f VorpjtSt senator Frye in his spectilibeCore the senate snid Of all the steamship in th workl of 14 knots and upwarriK ffi per cen are tub uldixsd by the coatrtetwhoseGaagiz they carry of those of 16 krbts anigupwan all but fix are heavily subsidized by the countries whose nags they carry This statement is not quite accuj rate The report of the eoramSsioner of navigation for lOOi givefn list of 154 merchant ocean stcnmslijns with a speed of about IB knots Oflhis nun = her 37 or about onefourth receive ab solutely no payments from govern mentnnd only 43 ornboutO rcent receive aiijitJiinfjiinoratbJiWjminentt for carrying the mails except the in significant ailmirality subventions paiti by the Britishi gnvenunent to certain steamers Of the 3S5 oceanao going steel screw steamships above 14 knots speed 154 or 40 per cent receive no government payments of ant iJ1d and Jlest than half receive anythpg more than mail psy- Mr jL PIole says Great liritai paid 6000000 in subsidies last yen 11 n fact during the last fiscal year Great Brit ain paid JF37G40 3 under contract for the carriage of 3075SOO pounds of let ters and 0070300 pounds o prints or att the rate of 15 cents a POTlrriDur UnitjStattspaidcarriage of 172P02 pounds of letters and 1009500 pounds of prints or at the rate ofr1 cents a pound This show that the United StateSiiinow paring on mail contracts more than three times as much as GreatHritain per unit of weighti On a mileage basis tile showing is even more overwhelmingly against us Yet Mr Frre pro poses to multiply the rate of pay for mail contracts by two andattempts to thtUbSidjlsmutt precede tradean4 they ryOOCOOlastgle purpose and that was to pumhem selves in a position to dispose on their surplus products in the markeudTpf the world By implication he says that otirtner chant marine has declined becanse we have not granted subsidies Tlif facts show that we are payinga largebonui or real subsidy for mail carriage Iwbile the countries he accuses of paying subsidies for the most part pay onlycom petitive rates for their mails Nor is the payment of mail subsidies new departure for us As far back as 1850 the United States government granted a subsidy to the Collins line from New York to Southampton In 1866 a sub sidy was given to the Garrison line to Brazil The next year the Pacific Mail Steamship company was voted a subsidy for carrying the mails to China attemptsto bybrilliantuntold blessings vast increase of the merchant marine and cnormonj ex pansion of trade Every one proved a disastrous failure financiiiBand commercially In the CJIHC of th Plif S S company the failure involved morals as well as money and HICMI1 tract was evoked when it Was discovered that the company had used a million dollars to induce congressmen to see the needs of the American sjf earn merchant marine in the light ofProp ress and patriotism 4 Tn view of the fact that we haretried subsidies to encourage shipping folir distinct times and have develovetf nothin but COlIPtinngoa propositiontomer chant marine irout a1E f1t L to 1 1 FAILINGS OF THE PRESIDENT Vnsslon for the IliiiMiinl in llfe und optic rents to Unit lllH Conduct It is becoming increasingly evidenti that Mr Roosevelt as prusiclont has failed to shake off the essusliko trapping of a New York police roin msaiie Hicr of an autocratic depart ment secretary of a free lnnre col untecr rough rider colonel whose duty it seemed to be to court points of danger in time of battle and in times of quiet to compose round robins The president is fond of do ing not only the thing extraordinary hut the thing peculiar Pas sionforthcoutre in life and in polities seems to rule his conduct says the Sew Orleans rTmesDiMrioeraf n- Uke his predecessor he cannot diflVr wjthoiit clashing and when the clash comes his policy iis not to conciliate but to crush In hits message to congress he recommended turin conces sinus to Cuba Harriers innumer able stood between him and his goal To accompljsh his purpose lie invoked not peaceful expedients butt unconcealed force lie firM rushed Mr Itoo into the breach Failing in this he summoned Gen Wood and made the governor a congressional lobbyist Still baffled he cracked his patronage whip Conferences in large number he lucid with mom bers of congress Not content with the calm statement of his muse he persists always in advocating it These are of course signs not of strength but of weakness 1 tishowever an honest weakness Xo one doubts the presidents sincerity Everyone admits that sink or swim live or die survive or perish Mr Roosevelt gives his hand and his heart to whatsoever he undertakes SALE OF NATIONAL HONOR The Colonlnl Policy of the UoiniMlc nns In Slanl eel to Sntlxfy the Trusts Tlic republican party in its colonial policy has sown to the wind and is now beginning to reap the whirl wind says the St Louis Republic It is endeavoring to maintain the socalled home market for the trusts of the United States to the positive detriment of our colonial subjects and of our friends the CubansIt free trade between the states but objects to free trade between the states and our outlying coloniesProhibitive protection establishes one system of taxation for the peo pIe of the United States and anoth er for our territorial acquisitions Thinking republicans who retain a sense of national honor are leaving their party on this question The democracy welcomes them into the organization which has a consistent record of fidelity to the interests and honor of the American people at hone and abroad- PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS The price of meat and other necessary things mutes the full dinner pail come pretty high these days Philadelphia Tress rep liathbonc once did a good turn for Iiamua and now Manna is trying to do a good turn forllathbone In other words Kathbone has a pullIndian apolis News ind It is unlikely that Secretary Root was suppressing reports from the Philippines lie was merely obeying the Fred Fun ton mandate and doing what he could to discourage discussion until the islands are pacifiedDetroit- II Free Press pRELIABLE 1 R B BREVARD 4Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICEand that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS ftARANTEDi1tllPRSENTD8 ROOFING A SPECIALTYf1 iUKRHlCKMAN KENTUCKY r Capital Stock paid in 150000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 rermActso The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars o R T Cae6lerCl Aaat HIOKMAN WAGON CO NUFAtTCEB8 vp THE CELEBRATE 2 CKKA AG01rS IJ II3ICKMAN KENTUOKY VITALITY POWBRHEALTH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for ail SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Make pure rlcb bloodTroubles FAILwarmth power vigor tenergyNEVER No matter how hopeless the case may seem Astonishing and quick results They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power concentratedERVE and BLOOD FOOD beingniTR U E Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital ity naturally and MerYOTabletsskillful product of the latest mot permanently and learned rcxarch In naiCl clawlaH tbeLlnrflCAri YEN and makeWOMEN They 5urejr and oDdTiredVcrtlpStsuchfflsssltegftwill bring the Bloom of Health to Palo Faces add pleasure to life We could give Thoosundo of Testimonials but your best way is to try them We refund the money Jf a enrols not Prlre60csame as cash Address THE NT2EVO REMEDY CO SOS West Jefferson St Itoute vie Ky Sole Agenta for the United States Sold by Cowerill do Cowgill The Shortest Route toTexas One reason why travelerstoTexas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter tt- h thantother routes thissaving in distance makes a corn ponding saving in time 1 i Cotton Belt trsbit wry Puling S Sleepers at night Pailer Cife Cars during the day and Free Oalr Cars f both day tad right JJ Write and tell us where you ors LidryeotnetetI send you an Interesting Mule bock VA Trip to Texas Nt AIMI T Pl tofu IN r LWUKJUM GPM4TI StlacM r II Leaves Chicago at 630 p m dally VIA THI CHICAGO MILWAUKEE L ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 am Minneapolis at630 a m Tht Only Perfect Train ta till WorN 1- i w ev T DeWitt TalmageI i fiis Aetive Lufc His Sez mot for Many Years Published 1 Papersin I I i IREVT DEWITT TALMAGE D D I One of the worlds greatest preach ers has passed away Ilev T De Witt Talnjage having devoted his life and wonderful talents to the pointing of others to the way of eternal life has at last himself stepped over into tae I1JIheDriven up for the one not made v itli hands eternal in the heavens The glories of the future home of the soul which has been so often elo brJupon his vision as he sees face to face and realizes the force of the Scripture which his lips haze spoken so many timesugre hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared for them that love IBm Death has been swallowed up in victoryi As he fell asleep in Jesus nnd awoke in His likeness this valiant soldier of the Lord Jesus Christ could exclaim in ringing tones of triumphuO death where is thy sting 0 grave where iis thy victory And as he passedon into the presence of his King and Saviour the minor strain of the words The sting of death is sin and the strength of sin is the law have been lost in the mighty chorus of the redeemed with which hkyoke has mingled as they sing But thanks be to God which givctli us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ Dr Talmnge was n firm believer in the Bible ns the Word of God The higher criticism could never shale his faith in the rcaliticg of nil the Bible set forth He frequently declared that he believed every jot and titlle- lf it between the covers of Ithe book tvcry word of it as it stands And it was because of this that his preach ing was so vivid and forceful lie be lieved what he spoke Did lie speak of hell he painted it as n reality and made his hearers believe that when the Bible tnlkcd about hell it meant exactly what it snide Did he undertake to set forth the realities of Beaten his graphic portrayal of Scriptural passages on the subject carried his hearers up to the very gates until they could almost see the throngthewhich he drew at times were startling and his illustrations striking and forcible IMble characters as he talked about Wiiem became living realities and that vagueness which generally surrounds sacred history in the minds of people was lifted and Closes and Elijah Daniel and David and the others in the long list nfI Bible heroes stood out with a vividness that held thewrapt attention of his bearers and the readers of his Sermons He was dramatic and sensational in us manner in thepulpit but always with the purpose of emphasizing th message he was delivering On on occasion when it was time for hh lo begin his sermon he weat to the edge of the platform buKoned hi coat raised his arms nixl wheeling i suddenly about dashed in running jumps across the platform his arni windmm1hishis trousers working above his shoe tops lIe had not spoken n wordand Mime of his congregation were ready to shrlsk not knowing what o make of it when Mr Talmage stopped short turned and walked back to the center of the platform lndexiclaimedgin he begmnnigof his ser ruslngIto dectructioBl And amidst the pro t l J c I titii i V found impression he had created he preached powerfully of the dangers of city life to young men who yielded to temptation and made them realize that they stood on the very brink hclIITalmnge did not belong to aI He was a type by himself Il isin I lrmons were unique His coimiuMit i 101 his style of preaching was MyI positive mode of preaching seems toI stir the hostilities of nil earth und hell In telling the storyof his life he once said Feeling called upon 15 years ag0tto explore underground New York city life that I might report thef evils to be coinbntted I took with1 me two elders of my church and a Xew York police commissioner and l policeman and I explored and reported the horrors that needed removal and the allurements that endangered our young men There came upo me an outburst of assumed indigna tiun that frightened almost every I lxplrntionIr northiSrltuthd for me new avenues in which to preach the Gospel that otherwise openedIYlarsI series of sermons on aiuusertents and a false report of what T did say I meIthe chief of the Brooklyn police without any suggestion from me tool possession of the church with 24 policemen to see that no harm was done j Dr Talmago is spaid to have reached i far greater number of people wititof I iscrhis sermons than any other preach congregation on Sunday n nnla red Monday morning in a syndicate of papers in this and other countries end through these channels it is estimated that they reached ih000000 readers lie also made his influence felt as editor of the Christian Heral- and ns a constant contributor to numerous periodicals nndwns a voluminous writer of hooks He edited the Christian at Work fro titarts 1S73 to 1876 the Advance of Chicago in 1S77 and 1S7S and more recently Frank Leslies Sunday Magazine Among his writings were the fol luwing Crumbs Swept Up 1870 four volumes of sermocs 18721875 Abominations of Modern Society 1 1572 Old Wells Dug Out 1874 Sports that Rill 1875 Nijjhti essty of City Life 1878 The Brooklyn Tabernacle a Collection of 104 Sermons 1SS4 The Marriage Ring 1SSGAmong promIand Athens the material for which he gathered on his travels The Uniter hiem rethe de of A M in e Univemr sty of Tennessee in 18S4 This scrss ice was begun at Hornd Brook X L i in 1S32 He was the youngest of 12 ITsis father David T Ta linage was a farn er and well known for his decision of character and good humor while his mother coupled keen wit with marked amiability traits which found a happy conibhia pp in the haywho was ties tined to fill the world with the sound of his powerful preaching j I When he was IS years ota l 1rTalt jI XeItrhe court there taking np instendf the study of law Not ling after this he determined to enter the ministry a if i R- lr if v 4 tcalling which two of his uncle a brotherinlaw and three broti rfi were following and in later years Dr Talmage was gratified to see his own son Frank enter the ministry and he 1S at the present time lllling a suc cessful pastorate at ChkagoAlr Talmage completed his theological training at the New Brunswick theo logical seminary in ISM He became pastor of the Reformed Dutch church in Belleville N J Later he went to Syracuse nnd while holding a pastorate there he married his first wife Miss Avery of Brook hrs Soon after he went to Philadel phia as pastor of the Second IteforinedI Dutch church where lit remainedI seven years While in Philadelphia Dr Talmage received three calls at once to Chicago San Francisco and Brooklyn His fame as a pulpit orator had spread wide and power to attract worshipers to his church brought demands for his services from many places It was in ISflO that he accept ed the call to the Central Presbyterian church of Brooklyn X Y Dr Talmagtt preached in the alt hunk in Brooklyn for 13 months and then the congregation and membership outgrew the sanctuary The or ganisation therefore decided to build the fist Brooklyn tabernacle It was in the form oru horseshoe and in closed half an acre It was burned in 1 72 after standing two years dur ing which time the 3400 seats proving inadequate the capacity of the build ing HIS increased 500 more Work was at onee begun on a new tabernacle wIdth was dedicated February 22 1874 with seats for 3000 persons It was then the largest Protestant church inh America After the church edifice hadI burned for the third time in 18S9 Dr Talmage resigned his pastorate of 25 years not asking his congregation to build a fourth time In 1S94 he accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church in Washing ton D C and had made his home h in that city up to the time of his death Dr Tnlmnges first wife was drowned in the Sehuylkill river during his Philadelphia pastorate and two years later he married again his wife being Miss Susan C Whitternore of Brooklyn by whom he had several chit dren Two children n boy and girl were born to him of his first marriage With the impresshe funeral sorties in the hatch of the Covenant at Washington and the interment of the remains in the family plot at Brooklyn pusses from the activities of the earth life one of the gftatost factors the religious forces of the post century hut his words and his deeds Jilethcripplessprcadingouio e t on the lives of the thousands who heard and read his sermons will con prisonshoughWILLIS S EDSON HAM FAIR IN PARIS ecnllnr T enhlre of lots VVecIi Tint lliut lleen 11 French Inntitutlou il for Ccnturlelli tnlarhsisapeculharn local institution that has existed for ten tildes It iis always held at the close of Holy Week and had its origin in the custom more or less universal in many European countries for the peasant to terminate the long fasts of Lent be repasts in which ham jgured as the chief food From the country the custom was introduced into the cities and everywhere throughout France nsini die + l generally throughout Europe the Easter morningbreakfaKt consists largely of fried ham says a London paperThe Ham Fair is one of the few oldI relics of n past age that exist era c tically unchanged among the customs of the Paris of today Pretty much the same sights are to be seen thereabouts these days as characterized the fairs of hundreds of years ago One the chief thoroughfares in the St Antoine quarter of the city the Boulell- ard y IliebnrdLenoir is the place the IIam Fair has been held for many years It is a wide street admirably suited for such a purpose for there iis amplel room in the railway for the multitude 1 of booths and stalls of the yen dors without blocking the ordinary rltraffic It Is in a section of the city renowned as the scene of many desperate historical episodes particularly during the reign of terror and which noel have rendered familiar to Amer icon readers by their description of Iit as the hotbed of the most dangerous classes of the French capital The Bas tile stood right in the heart of the Quartier St Antoine From end to end of the long avenue stretches a continuous chain of ven dory stalls of gases conceivable varik Some of them arc big pretentious booths decked out in flags of all na tions and otherwise lavishly festooned but the majority of them ore simply improvised stands rigged from the rear end of country wagons and push carts In general appearance the thorough fare looks not unlike atf ol titncstre in many American cities on a market dayand before market houses veer common A close inspection however reveals hundreds of odd sights and picj turesque phases observed nowhere else in the world outside of a Parisj Ham Fair To the residents of theI quarter the occasion iis a general lint day They march up and doyen theI street idling or mnrketingas1 thcrnse may be and renewing ncqunintnnces with fronds from the country who had i not been seen In the neighborhood since last years fair tiny Peasant frl11 all party of France in their disI tinvsve costumes ad nn infinite tad ety to the picture An injury to the tongue is repairedI by nature with more rapidity than is the case with any other part of the system y 1 r f T t BLOWN UP Many Soldipps Kill ar Managua Nicaragua the Cause of the Explosion Not Deter mined But the Disaster Is Be lieved to Be the Work of Conspirators Aprilseverei 21 A thanighttwostory barracks frontandof the city was blown to fragments Between 100 and200 officers anu soldiers are reported to 501dlers reportedtoA large number of InehuUngtbe tolei palaco PrcshlentZelaya thotimehurriedlyHe has published a statement in which ne attributes the disaster to the work of ofdynamiteJlOWdelactual causes which led to the oxplo slop have not yet been determined policenotifiedporarlly leave the city as it was thought the burning building still con tamed dynamite Large numbers ron sttjuently fled to the suburbs The first explosion was followed by several minor detonations supposed explosionf1packages owderirheJ city at the returnIngSurda toItatoms are being burled The present lowest estimate of the Inorhouses furniture cannon and war material is five million pesos cf COL CHARLES MARSHALL Military Secretary of Gen Robert E DeadfBaltimore April 21Cot Charles Marshall militav secretary of GeniRobert E Lee during the civil war andfor many years one of the lenders of the Baltimore bar died of apoplexy at his home here He had bean In bad health for about two years Cob Marshall was born October 30 1830vat Warrenton Va His father tvassa nephew of Chief Justice John Marshall Col Marshall heeanw a member of Gee Lees staff in 1862 and was at Howasstaff who accompanied him at the surrender at Appomattox and the terms of surrender were drafted by himsFor a long time Col Marshall was engaged on a military history of Gen Leei campaigns but was unable to finish It He was prominent in demo MaQlandIFILIPINO INSURGENTS jHE f RefManila April 21Surrenders to the American authorities of small parties otjTnsurgents are reported daily and these have increased since the recent surrender to the Insurgent Gen Mat var Gen Rufino with 2C officers and si51 soldiers has surrendered to the native constabulary in the province o MJeamis In Minaano where the con stfbulary are cooperating with the military FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY ece Man Killed Two Mortally an- dlOne Dangerously Wounded I T April 21Jn affray here a farm handz named Phillips was killed Edward Heddey and William Mayflcld farm ors were mortally wounded and 0 S dangerouslyWOunded renting of some land Heddey was a tenant of Skidmore and In the fight Heddey and Phillips were opposing Skidmore and Mayfield Heavy Fighting Kingston Jamaica April 21Passengers on the royal mall steamer Trent which arrived hero Sunday from Colon Colombia say heavy fight- Ing was proceeding in the neighbor o rorofastdeclare the situation on the isthmus shows no Improvement Death of Dr Meredith Clymer Aferediteth etClymer prominent as a physician and medicineedied here Sunday Dr Clymer was a graduate of the University of Penn GeortepIIndependenceIf Prominent Citizen Assassinated Knoxville Tenn April 21 Atex Woodward aged 63 one of Blount countys most prominent citizens WRS assassinated at his tome near EM1 Joy Sunday morning J N Ogle who lives on a nearby tarn ifa under ar Test charged with the crime Battle of Lexington Anniversary Washington April 21 A patriots assemblage leathered at the Lafayetfr Square theater Sunday night to rele rate the anniversary of the battle of Lexington Half a dozen ubllc ate t were among the sneakers a- BARRAGKS FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington April liSenatrrhedrastic Chinese exclusion hilt origi nally framed by the senators and rep resentatles from the PaciSc sates met defeat in the senate V lnesday and in its place was subjoined a measure offered by Mr Platt iCt ex tending the provisions of the present exclusion law and also applying that exclusion to all Insular territory un der the jurisdiction of the United States The vote by which the substl tute took the place of the original hill was yeas 48 to nays 33 Once the substitution had been made all senators Joined in Its support with the single exception of Mr Hoar the substitute being passed 76 to 1 Some minor con ditions were made admitting Chinese persons connected with national certificatesour insular possessions Otherwise however the substitute was adopted substanially in the form that Mr Platt presented it The senate failed to substitute the enacting clause of the house bill for the senate measure so that the bill now will go to the house as an original measure and from a parliamentary standpoint will have to be acted on and treated the same as aChlnCleHouseThe friends of the Cuban reciprocity bill won a substantial vietory in the house by carrying a mo J tion to close general debate on Fr- ayl at 3 oclock The vote was 153 to 123 Thirtythree republicans voted against the motion- Washington April ISSennteForimore than four hours Thursday Mr IMorgan Ala chairman of the isth mian canal committee addressed the senate on the subject of the Nicura guan cana- lHouseGeneral debate on the Cu J ban reciprocity bill closes Friday at clock and it is the intention of the house leaders if possible to force a final vote on the passage of the bill ibefore adjournment Friday night All day long the leaders were counting struggle5 Washington April 19SenateAtFridays session of the senate consideration was begun on the bill tem j porarily to provide a form of govern ment for the Philippine islands Tho measure was read and the committee amendments were agreed to tentative Ily but no action on the Mil was taken Fiftyfive private pension blUr and a few other measures were passed House The democrat ant1 republic an insurgents rode rough shod overtthe house leaders when the gan on the Cuban reciprocity bill They overthrew the ruling of the chairji questiondifferential from relined sugar during tthe existence of the reciprocity agree iment provided for in the hill The vote to overrule the decision of the chair made by Mr Sherman N Y was 171 to 130 republicans to the number of 37 joining with a solid demo cratic vote to accomplish this result Having won this preliminary victory i the amendment was adopted lu com mitt + a 160111 and later in the house by a still larger majority 199105 On this occasion 64 republicans votedjWlth the democrats for the amendment The bill then was passed by an over Whelming majority 24752 An analy is of the vote shows that 124 republicans j and 123 democrats voted for the tamended bill and 42 republicans and j10 democrats against it Mr Grosven or 0 was one of those who voted against the but One of the surprises of the session was the attempt of Mr Roberts Mass rep to take the duty off hides He offered two amendments and appealed once from the decision of the chair but was voted down each time The bill as passed authorizes the president as soon as may be after the establishment of an independent government in Cuba and the enact ment by said government oJ immigra tiers exclusion of contract labor laws as restrictive as those of the United States to negotiate a reciprocal treaty agreement with Cuba by which Inre thefUnited States grant a of 20 per cent from the Dingley rates on goods coming into the United States from Cuba such agreement to continue until December 1 1103 Dur- Ingi the existence of such agreement the duty on reined sugars and all sug ars above No 1C Dutch standard is to be 1825 per pound- Washington April 22Senate thamerits of the measure the senate Monday passed the river and harbo- bill carrying in appropriations about 70000000 So thoroughly had the bill been considered by the commerce commission that every senator wads content that It should pass as reporte from the committee As no senato- was prepared Monday to begin debate on the Philippine govprnraent bill the measure after a few minutes of informal discussion went over until TuesdayHouseThe house entered on con sideration of the military academy ape propriation bill In addition to the regular items it contains provisions for the extensive Improvement of the grounds and buildings at West Point These Improvements are to cost 6 500000 of which a little over 3000 000 Is appropriated by the bill Twen tyfour of the 30 pages of the bill were completed During the general de bate on the military academy bill Mr Gilbert Ky precipitated a discussion on the race question which was participated in by Mr Gillett Mass Blackburn N C W W Kitchen N C1 and Mr Gaines Tenn Mr Cochran Mo and Mr Gillett dis cussed the question of the alleged violation of the neutrality laws in connection with the shipment of mules and horses to South Africa Panic Over Food Prices Washington April IS Washington 1t panicstricken on account ot the sensational rise in the price of table foods Within the past few weeks meats have risen on an average 5V cents per pound and butterjias jumped more than 5 cents per potfSwj Bishop of Honolulu San Diego Cal April ISRev II B Restarick ot this city who was Wednesday appointed bishop of Hono lulu by the house 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