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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f1 4 J1 J 11 1rJlHE HICKM ljt COURIER 1- II OLDEST NEWSPAJPEP IN IgTESTERN KENTUCKY d n ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY MAY 2 19O2 VOL XXXVII NO 24 I OAS U AHJE I have the largest und best selected stock of Fivsh Groceries in the lowJ1 as the lowest for Cashfind Cash only also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness pricesCall It 3 O ft lit T Iz6E Y Fho=3e SI B114erDEBDE WILL CONTROL THE NEXT HE PUBLICAN CONVENTION IN KENTUCKY yl Frankfort Ky April 25One of the most astute and actiye Itopulfticans in Kentucky said today Well theyve had a lot of fun with Senator Doboe add some ot his enemies particularly Bradley have attempted to convince the public that it is necessary to punch Deboe in the ribs every day and tell him what day it is but right now Deboe r is the biggest man in the Republican party in Kentucky lie willcontrol the next state convention and he is low in control of the party organization in the state lie proved that by elect ing Walter Wilkins to succeed W StTaylor as a member of the State Cen tral Committee Wilkins is a Deboe man out and out All this talk about Deboes stupidity is nonsense He is not a brilliant man and he sometimes gets tangled in his English but he has more political horse sense in Ins little finger than Bradley aver had He is the longestheaded man in the party Ho had to have plenty of political sense to do what ho did this winter He first used Bradley to whip Yerkes and then used Yerkes to whip Bradle In the meanwhile ho never lost any skin himself and at the present moment ho ationallAdmInistration any other Republican in the state I said he would control the next state convention That is a circh And furthermore you will see that if Brad 1 ley or any Bradley man is a candidate 4 1 for Governor IJeboe will cuterlheraQea 1 t ndwvitttt ass tiin tUy erkes faction winch is bO toppose Bradley he will nominate him self easily Bradley is the best man in Kentucky to tight the Democrats with but he has no more finesse in politics than a spoiled child If mixes it up with Deboo this time hoI be whipped to a standstill Let repeat to you that Deboe will control the next state convention Thats set tIed already PLOT FORMED BY KENTUCKY REFORM MOUSE INMATES TO BURN TIE INSTITUTION Lexington Ivy April 2bTLe hurnI ing of the s 0000 Bradley cottage at the House of Reform a mouth ago has been cleared up and two prisoner wer placed in jail lute tonight charged with arson They are Ed Huston 22 of Louisville and Ben Day 17 of Beatty ville Tonight together with Grover Bracken 18 of Lexington another prisoner they confessed They said that together with 4Q other juvenile criminals they formed a plot to burn all the buildings and fliereh secure a parole as there would be no place to keep them The three named fired the buildings One of the boys weakened yesterday and tod the wholo story Yesterday an effort was made to burn the work shops but it was foiled All1 three ringleaders are white and in fo housebreaking They say the boys are determined to destroy all the buildings s BRITISH CAMPS t The Baltimore Sunday makes the dreadful suggestion that the aid and comfort which the horse and mule breeders of the United State have bee giving to the enemies of thb Boer republic might ham been altogether irregular if wo haw been accountabro tone 0 of the big powers of Europe It regards the transaction in any event asy notcreditable to us It intimates that a rich country liko the United States ought to be willing to forego a large profit when the fate of a sister republicI in at stake It may be while our State Department has made a plausible argument in favor of the shipments the diplomatic intercourse between the nations of this world dc i ds on whose ox is gored and each F neF has the right to determine iits owu lino of action for itself Aid and comfort for tho British for iindividual profit is not neutrality A A Averlon tho House Sign and Ornamental Painter has located Jin tho town of Hickman to ply his trade and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public You can get first class Painting Gilding Graining Sign Painting c and Paper Hanging at customary prices and you can also get your buggy f iiifc paincyour Store Respty A A AVERTON- w L ift tt 1 1CORONATION ENVOYS The sending of envoy to the coro nation of a King says the Philadel phiu Public Ledger is not an iiulorse meat of monarchy of Englands King merelythenow exists between the United States nnd England This is well put We are in ultimate tilde relations with Great Britain and trade cultivates in ternational amiability The people of the United States do not approve the more or loss effete style of government maintained in England but it is the government whioh the English people endure and wo cannot demand of them that they shall enter upon a revolution and overthrow it limo must deal with these arehardlyt representslivee ropreseutatixus will have to hear the main burden of the expense If we suestionhorses and mules shall bo restrains timeBritishDESPERATE FIGHT WITH A CAT FISH PeterMcDanielhairbreadth escape from death in an encounter with a giant catfish While plowing for corn on the banks of Four teen Mile creels four miles from this city McDauiels attention wit attracted by the floundering of a 15U cattish in the shallow water b JW4Ldool11 SHe f vlilmcilit ht trablT and poundlI Haughimselfimpaled ou the horn of ono of the for ward fins In this condition tho fish succcded iu floundering into tho deep water where it dived with McDamcl When he was nearly drowned he was t fortunate enough to grasp a largo rail j surfaceIjt jj havingII pocket which he took from his pocket I and fastened securely in tho mouth of pulledhiuiolf I I nie1Ipoisoning seta in I TI1B BEST IS THE CHEAPEST = reeNot how chrap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC i is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstchiss newspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If you read it all tho year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is tho thatoi money and brains cum produce and those should be tho distinguishing designedtofamily Anyr1 newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo ITO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR nMINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE Tim Nashville Chattanooga St Toni Railway proposes to use its bost efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking liuuufactnringISites or Mining Property I solicits the support the cooperation and jI the assistance ro people of ever i county thatUthrougn which its lines pays j I water orleasepower or mineral lands for sale i will send a brief description of Samo to givingthoI must correspond with the prices asked IinotIij i i migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices I j Large tracts suitable for colonization i i at low prices are especially wanted jij L B KILLEnUEWII AgenttTraffc Manager I I NASHVILLE TENN THEY ARE PLAYING WITH F IRE I with ifrej J1ducopart of the people as tampering wituj their food People who get up suctf conspiracies arc public enemies antltltq feeling toward them is anything lbnf complacent and if disorder comes thgg will berespousibletoritilomphis Com- mercialI Appeal ee Ilercnls A Great Secret slarlhnItvery fur CJousuuiption Heres tfibj secret It cuts out the phlegm aiifLr gtrminfectcd mucus and lots the lifjH giving oxygen enrich and vitalize Wa blood It heals the inflamed cougbjn worn throat and lungs Hard colds ana stubborn coughs soon yield tojrKist s New Discovery the most itm Gundiseasesi SlOO Trial bottles free at CowgUHS Cowgills u i TRYING I u u I H IiiIi I EASY RORii i IN THE COlIR i i iII I I SThen its n Sh wing to whichIinvite jfIDvfinisheJ I you and dp i assortnip llt is now nt its i choice idea and +v ip that ro i F OAK ROGJ S CANE SE n 8sc oA KCOBI2 EAT- ROCKERS y f FROM Ic r 6 50 Ii I m e eatfar frtfaenagitamimsoa STEPHENS SMITH HICKMAN KENTUCKY f C M THE SUGAR TRUSTS STRONGi HOLOII insurJ1I1t1TItfinedl sugar they put a crimp in the sugar trust that will have to he ironed out in the senate But thou the trust has had little trouble with its ironiug in the senate in the past Toledo Bee Stands Like n Stone Wall Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning ocxema sculdhcador other skin diseases 1 How why K using Ducklenl4 Irnioo Salve earths hottltr Quickest1 emu for Ulcers Fever Sores Stab Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In1 fallible for Piles 25c at CowglH ftj Cowgill UNITED ON THE TARIFF tho party sml far as congress is concerned at kits is pretty will a unit on tho tnrilf jnMl tion slake tho tacit question isle iis sue It in trashy the great rLrl ui U he settled to lend pcruiauec tu our economic stability Knoxville Sentinel What Thin Folks Needll- la v a greater power of digesting amid assimilatiutr food For thorn Dr KiuyV New Life Pills work wonders They tours and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from time sys tern enrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only tic at Cow gill COURIER JOURNAL A WEEK 2TIMES 101 TIMES A YEAR 1 The T1VIUEAWEEK COURIER publishedin manyDailiesSemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted t NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample topics scut free on application Address COURIER COMPANYLouisville I TO GAG THE PRESS thatseemstwoClacksggytlung the first is in kaiaerland resided over by William the war lord Philiponog FrauetteoArgonaut Holds Up A Uoiiirressmnu iAt time end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris congressman nervouspensionspeaking had about utterelycollapsed It mybodyallrightcounterOverSjpkly wonicu gain splendid health and themQnlyi 1Cowgill==I 4 IIAN ndvantageisSpecial we sigmaalt liltllhoodforStyJepositive rp1ouablePries R greatest Evidently Democratic Cowgills brilliant oughE t i A woman who hits had experience prveutunywith this disease I itShotook btbyboyChamberIains i oftheIrmuchbetterI i whoseparentsoldest little onejuoiiid call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Sessie i I I ThisIiomei i rgUlii s I CAYCIC ITEMS I Uil1iliweekIr littleduughtrr1 lbrilton this week j i viitiugrohtliveaI i v lr 1 W Spi y of Wheeler WISH is tow BUUUII agelt Mr luhnson forma ir agent will locate in Gnutown Miss NyioSpent isisitiuti leftSuutbmyhome they melt ninny friends behind who regretted to see them leave MM Kate Reeves is visiting hrr IIIthisherlaughtrSciatic FonrteenI have been afflicted with sciatic i rheumatism for SUSJoshwas able to be around but constant pnffered I tried everything I coal heave and at lust was told to tr didoand in a short tosaI j ItisI I ITS ONLY A QUESTION Thereismay bo hard to dioose among so many attractive e articles but once the selection is made you Can 4i depend upon the qualityl being superior the style correct the price right In our establishment LOWESTPRICES PREiVAIL we prefer to do a big business on a small margin rather than a little businessmen a big margin Special pieces or complete suits as you Desire cunaIHl see them 1 Morris Phillips Hickman Ky NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPING Republican pnpars are bmaly nu uouncing that the ship subsidy bill is dead The people will not be deceived by that trick It has been laid over until after the congressional elections and that is all Indianapolis Sentinel DISCOURAGES AERIAL RIDING The President is said to have ox pressed a desire to make an aerial trip ooursoPresIdentthing pleasant to his caller and this was probably the first timing that came to mind But wo trust the President will lt the matter rest there I BRYAN NOT TORUN sI am not a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for President in 1D01 said William Jetminsrs Bryan at the Union Station at St Louis last Fri day according to a special from that city to the New York Sun Mr Bryan was en route to Kentucky to fill a lecture engagement He spent nu hour at the station waiting for his train Although he said that he would not be a candidate Mr Bryan says the nominee should be some one who did not desert the Democratic party in the last two flections Xo Loss of Time ColicCholerayears and would rather be out of coffee ofitgoriolJimothOklahoma keepvitladays time Yon should keep a bottle salebyA SOCIETY FAD I learn that a now freak has taken possession of the sassioty girls m New York It is tatooing the initials of the only ono on their arms According to u professional tattooist tho girl has strange deices tattooed on her arms but on her back as well One he says has actually had her last will and testament tattooed ou her back s between the shoulders And thoYtneeale man added sloe has been married once and has boon divorced within two years The lutes of lier marriage and the divorce are trans scribed indelibly on her hack Sho has there too a record of her birth her stage name her right name her mar parents names Iii 1fact genealogical tree IllllitlEI lV1 w l r I IL I 4f UJ r 15 f Why Dont You Open yes0- Yotw l And look about you Dont you see that I am sel 1lira all kinds o- fFamily Groceries Iat such minced mricf t youmakenotMow+ t I any lhaVlltSOI1lpeople your neighbors all ulslk them if I them more for u dollar than credit houses can afTorJll to sc11 lVliv do yOlllithem to take tht chances on giving credit to others i favoritesbutthe Dont yourrmoney elsewhere but come hud sec me ivud Test 4 Prices 4 k 0 t Also I am agent for the IRIS PAINTSe I Not the cheapest in price hut the host and most durr I table paint nuide Guaranteed by Simmons Hardware Company St Louis Mo 1 v 0 t TKEDy17icfanGMtlt = Kentuckyt f k o o 1 I tyY t Uu- 1r c s T x if CRUELTY IN WAR The New York Herald says that the President and Secretary Root are to be commended for the vigorous message cabled to General Chaffoo demanding an exhaustive and impartial statement of all the facts in connection with the alleged barbarities practiced by sou of the American officers in the Philip pines So far so good The Herald though after taking note of reports otI cruelty that have long been current pubHC1ty session and ordering the alleged offend ers to be put on trial the administra sion kept everything under cover andI has only let them conic out under pres sure and in response to the universal exclamation of korror and taken stops to ascertain the whole truth and bring the accused to trial It is a fact that these charges of cruelty have bden go ing on tor some months and it is sur prising that the antiwar spirit that so largely pervaded this country u few years ago has not risen to overpowering condemnation oven at the suggestion of torture as a mode of modern warfare The prevailingsontiment before the breaking out of the war with Spain was for universal ponce and the substitu verylimitActual jyir though seems to nave dull ed the fusibilities even of moralists It always does The influence of wnr alwaybadsponsibility of killing When you wako tip with u bad tact in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach L Liver Tablets They will cleans- your stomach improve your appetite and make you feel like a new man They are easy to take being saga coated and pleasant in effect Fo sale by Cowgill CViwgill A SUBSIDY FOJU MONOPOLY Coincident with the news of the practi cal completion ot the first stage of J Pierpoat Morgans consolidation of tlie great transatlantic steamship lin conies the announcement that this no of consolidation is likely to prove an insurmountable obstacle to the passage oj the ship subsidy bill There would bo occasion for amazement if this effect of the proposed con solidation were not certain More plainly than ever before the contemplated shippnjc monopoly shows that the subsidy for which the American people are to be taxed nearly 8200000000 would go directly to the further enrichment of the Morgan syndicate No benefit to the taxpayers is contained in this threatened legislation They arc simply to be burdened with an enor mous additional tax in order that the +profits of the Morgan crowd shall be increased You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you once try Chamber lains Stomach Livor Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sale by Cowgill Cow ill 4 FIRST WOMAN VOTER The Philadelphia Lodger recalls historic if forgotten fact that the 0t woman in America to ask for a vote w Mispress Margaret Brent of Maryland a kinswoman of Lord Baltimore in 1647 more than a century before the French revolution The next was Abigail Adams of Massachusetts an irreproachoble wife and mother who wrote to her husband John Adams in 177G I long to hear that you have declared an independency And in the now codo of laws which I suppose willI be necessary for you to make 1 desireI that you would remember the ladies and be more generous and favorable tot them than your ancestors We will no t hold ourselves bound by any laws inI which wo have no voice or represents tion World Wide Reputation Whites Cream Vermifnge has achiev ed a world wide reputation as being theI best of all worm destroyers and for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children as it neutralizes the acidity oar sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimulation of food strengthens their nervous system andI restores them to health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to child hood 2oc at L P S W S Ellisons CONFEDERATE MUSEUM Trustees of the Confederate Memorial Association have definitely determined upon Richmond Va as the location of the proposed Confederate Museum Ono hundred thousand dollars was do hated by the late Charles Broadway Ross of Mow York toward the found Ing of a battle abbey in the South provided a like sum could bo raised by pop subJ I tion recently it was shown that ullof tho add loual amount had been obtain ed and pledged tr For Those Who Live on Farms i Dr Bergin Pana Ills writes I LinimentisI t 1 aUlconfidont there is no better mad 0 Itiis a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable toI llmauy accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly whoa Bal lards Snow Liniment is applied Itr should always bo kept in the house for cases of emergency 25c 50c and 100 atL P WS Ellisons 1 d t WANTtThe new pension commissioner from1 1Kansasis credited with this perfectlyl lsaferemark Every man entitled ton I pension ought to have it No oneI can object to that Springfield Mass Republican iTHROUGH SLEEPERS VIA MOBILE S OHIO R R Between St Louis and Now Orleans 1tSt Louis and Mobile St Louis an 1 Jacksonville Ask for tickets via M rk OB K 4 4t y rJF i A 9 1 I 1Ij Closing I SaleI i i i i l I have decided to close out my entire stock of i i Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slip pers Hats and Pants TrunksI and i Traveling Bags at and bolo CO STIIa u II ji mean what I sayso it will ht to your jinterest ito jj I III call at once and secure good bargains j In I have a lot of calico that will go at ae Iper 1 Sills worth 5c Another lot goes at 4i worth Oc VArUle lot of Apron Gingham at io fworth Gjt A nice lot of t tJthlnewest shades in 1 OOD5rwill 1 he soldll cheapr than was wee known before 7c Lawn to go at5- i t 12c Lawn to go at Sic T0tc 1rN Big lot of Dress GiltghaglllhE at 8ic The 15c goes at JUc Silk Ginghams worth IGjjcA Dimity worth 25c going at lye Mercerized Mofisselinc worth 40c will be sold at 25e Madras worth 20c win he sold at 124c The 12e for 8z s c Ladies Mercerized Skirts worth 22TQsll Soc sell for 50e lt15UII Melts and Boys Shirts sell for M5c worth Goc I Will sell Melts Hats from 50c to 200 which will he below cost Ladies and Chilclrens Slippers at and below cost Mens and Boys Ladies and Misses Shoes will be j sold at the greatest bargain ever lknown Please call and examine for Your solf Ill It J a3L D SIMMONS BUCHANANS CORNER We should as a matter of course be solicitous that our war in the Ph ilip pines is properly conducted But we should also le solicitous for the weltare of the Americans who are fighting under our ling in those isfynds Amer table ican soldiers have always been honor fighters in the past There is as yet no reason to believe that the bred d has changed Let us be careful not to punish or humiliate American officers merely because of the fact that war can not be prosecuted along the lines of a Sundayschool picnic Despite the serious and dignified character of the senate that body occasionally drops some of its stiffness and becomes almost human During the discussion of the Chinese Exclusion bill an amendment was voted down A roll call being ordered Senator Quay requested that the amendment be again readIts a mile long exclaimed Mr Hale arouseIcolleagues remarked I withdraw the request Then Mr Mitchell asked unanimous consent to say a word The presiding officer announced that the gentleman from Oregon asks unanimous consent to say one word- Permission being granted Mr Mitch oil began I thank the senate Hero Senator Spooner interposed solemnly with a point of order that the gentlulan has exhausted his time much to the amusement of the other senators Of course they allowed lung to finish Mr Bryan twice the nominee of the Democratic party for President is in the First Congressional District deliver ConquerjugFriday at Smithland and Saturday night at Marion the home of Olllie James Ho will deliver it in Fullon tonight which will end his present litof engagements in this section At all these appointments has been introduced by Mr James May field IssngOr Cures When Doctors Fail Mrs Frank Chiassou Patterson Li writes Juno 8th 1001 1 had malaria fever in very bad form was urder treatment by doctors but as soon a I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle oW rbine found it helped me Tlien bought two tattles which completely cured mo I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine 11050dsurely atL j unuLJ4 I CITRONELLEIN I I I t A Resort i GOLF iFISHINGi RIDING DRIVINGjj For Dom- ePkasftalf Health seekers I Attractions I Elevation 360 Feet cottagesneither betweenStenfoytngtlloenento1two citronelmok GeneralSeenger4gentStLoub New line l atl l 1L 011 U I I JOHN RINGWOODII f I oWsnEto l lOOE Deistleteinks stasi East Hkhas i ieIJS all kinds of Groceries and i j II Family Sapphic ItUTTKR EGGS CiriOKKNS i A SPECIALTY j ii uKxis Delivered Free il S9iCARUTHERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES ANDJ CONFECTIONERIES- j ItumpIwithtrery ca purchase CLINTON STREIS1 IU KJIAX KMfeCKT Toleph mo Number HU jijiuilunnaT 1 ALL Reigers CALIFORNIAPERFUMES l l IPO SALE BY 11f7t DRUGGISTS Cash Bookk Stare1 Splemliil Selection of NEW rfOQKS STATONERYNOTIONS Calland sec our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY KEREN DES Co jLJ1 u If r Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied by CAST or paid for on deliv ery w531 have FIRST ATTEN TION ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALS Alex A Faris Son r o 4 J Building ii 1 Material ROUGH AND DRESSED BEN f lUMI i I 11 I 1Ij i 1 1 i ESTIMATES f CHEERFULLYI fl FURNIS1IE1I 1FJED STUFFS Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc I 1 j LP WSEllison rv V v Jas W Rone- yATTORNEYATLAW JIIoKmnii Ivy Located at the Court House A Nearly Falnl Jcunnway Started a horrible uleocou the leg of J B Ormr Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Hueklens Arnica Salvo cured him Jlust as good for Boils Burns Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Cowgill S Cow Bills drug store CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in trying to please you than wft old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL CUOWELt I 1 v r rLEDFORD RANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and Feed Stuff Wo curry everything usually found in a ratclassGrucer andno ruins will be spared to 1please our customers LCuI for liluu Trading Stamps with every lOc Cash rerdiaiieVlAfter collection of 800 yon Are entitled to a nandsomo present t Pel phone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Olip on Ste b7w E iokm Y iAbsolute Safety is the Basis indUCf1 1111 Ol Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier H BUCHANAN President DIREOTORS J1 JJ C nOXUUUAXTI II KUUIIAVAX J A TIIOMlSON J C Ull FoB K- It 31 1SLHR J W AUiXAXDKIt U II TIIUELKELI JTp wJjO 1 uvvi Tin 1 Nicest Freshest Canned Goods l I r In bh9 TzuI et Heinss Pickles HIsmss Catsups Deviled Crabs with Shelly Canned Asparagus To nerve hot or for salul Tin1 very things for spring use Hud luncheons Dont forget U s- rtcGrEJl aL Sc- BREVARD t 1 r Tlj I = J = s Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies u 4 r ALL Goons ilMWWJ ASl RliPIIIWTIII- ROOFMNX U A SPECIALTY p HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS t i41A BLYS tr E r IS to C 1 N s n G I AN j i i j I I I I po and Tt ese ai I reach or m e o e sc SM n c t Ii parts of th Get 1 I If you want to end a good home in tho Southwest where big crops are r1I8td and wncru people pros- perI write for a co our hand Home bookletsfjArrof es in tho I Texas with a Camera Sent free to any who IsansioiA stohis condition f I TOM DILLON SrJPropr Succfdsor n ItatnugH JecM Marble and Granite Monuments OTJIRIBIirSJ G STONE WORK of nil Kinds IIRON FENCING CC I Hiolsman Ky fuIRJI rII C7i1JRKANS4S LOUISIANA JJi tlinerunIthrough isiana Texas sceither direct connections forall SOIIhwesL oulhIperson Ibetter M ADA1111 P A Gun ILL Eo WUBEAUHE GP TA ST IW1S NII- f L f- A i A r t ANNOUNCEMENTS r FOR CONGRESS Wo are authorized to announce SAMOEL CnoasLAjfD of Graves cduuty as a candidate to represent the 1st Con gressional District in the Lower Mouse of the next Congress of the United States His candidacy is subject to the action of the Democratic party General Mlles spoke out when on oath before a committee of Cougroa s + saying that the war in tho Phillipinos had in some instances been conducted with unnecessary severity and for this a howl was raised for his decap itation Since that time it has been K proven that a General Smith had iasnod x orders to kill aud burn excepting none t over 10 years old Somo people would think this an order that might bo considered severe Aud it this proven that many towns and villages wore burned leaving not a shelter for the aged or the women and children and it was estimated in this sworn testi many that lOOtJO Filipinos were killed not in regular battle in ono Province Gen Miles called it severe but old Gen Sherman would call it hI1 t l t Relief for Beef I The tariff on onttle is 27 12 per cent t upon theep 8150 per head and upon fresh meats imported from other countries 2 cents a pound The big dealers or trust as some call it claim that the recent heavy advance in prices iit caused by the scarcity of live stock If i this bo so is it not certain that if con gress would repeal the tariff tax and t let cattle sheep and fresh moats come in Iree that tho scarcity would soon be a thing of the pasttit THE WORLD BOWS TO HIM Controls Over Ten Billion Dollars t J Pierpcjut Morgan of New York City docs not own but lie controls over ten billion dollar All the monarchs of Europe are mere pigmies to him Mr Morgan and six other Americans his partners who constitute the Morgan Syndicate aro more powerful than any E Congress or Parliament in the world t Morgans ambition is to capture the carrying trade of tho world He already owns and controls twothirds ofi the railroads of the United States and more than that proportion of the great ship companies on the ocean Fourteen steam ship lines and 44 railroad l systems are theirs On laud a mileage of 108500 and uu sea a tonnage of 1200000 All effort at competition is as mere chaff No King on earth is so powerful Morotliau ono million men reclcve employment through his com panics and this means that live million are fed and clothed through him There are 1320000000 people on the earth and he could give each human being 8400 and have something left B E Reeved S Co sell Buggies that you cant beat in prce or grade =DOCKET MAY TERM FULTON CIRCUIT COURT 98 COMMONWEALTH CASES GO cases set for 2nd day 31 cases set for 3rd day Cow vs Ed SmIthmanslaughter- 2nd day Coin vs Lou Blytho Mai shooting find day Com vs Wilson Ray setting up games for commission c 2nd day Com vs Will Kellerson False swear ing 2nd tiny Com vs Will Watson manslaughter 4th day Com vs Val Carpenter Grand Lar ceny 5th say 31 Equity cases set for 3rd day 9 appearance Ordinary cases called the 2nd day- Haltfdrd Fire Ins Co vs J P Tyler CoW Jl Poi itt vs A J Burrow Hagcrstown Spoke J Bending Ci vsf Pierce Ceguiu Co- W J Harper vs L M Bnshart Liquid Carbolic Acid Co vs W 13 t Reid set for 4th day Grand Jury meets Monday 1st day dayTwot il Jl G Corsets never stretch sold only at AMBERGS t BAD F nES qT FULTON Fulton has suffered from two more tires both occurring within a few minutes time on Monday The homo of 11 E Elliott was the first to be damaged Some lace curtains caught from a candle and the building was badly damaged A little later tho residence of J R Wilson was totally destroyed This4 was a large two story house A little grandchild of Mr Wilson had been put to bed by her mother in the second stcry and a lamp was left burning and an explosion followed The little girl had a narrow escape from being burned to death and only escaped bv running flamesxFALSE AFFIDAVIT PaducahKy April 29The Federal Grand Jury to day returned nu indict ment against V Greif of this city charging him with making a false affidavit in a pension case Mr Greif is ono of Paducahs most prominent citizens and ono of the bestknown Confederates soldiers in Western Kentucky weshave eyersliOW HCAMBERG Aa 4- jj 6 i We Move to Paducah KenIuckyMay2ofhI- tis easier to move the cash than to pack and whip the xxK We oljfie r out entirely io Hickm n and ioffer our entire stool at less than first cojft Every Thing Goes m What wo dont sol AVe toke with us but if you know a good thing you lij0y right now We close our store May kith and begin to box and ship our stock To sat this expense and trouble we offtr y- 1gpieoial bargains until that time SHOW CASES SAFES COUNTERS AND FIXTURES FOR SALE NOTHING RESERVED ELR m9 WILSON JDO4 STALLIHOSPEWJTT I Union Oily Aprils 2OW B Stall iugs and Miss Mattio Prowitt wero married at tho homo of the brides parents in this city Rev Dr nHMillion ofliciiting The bride is one of Uniou Citys most highly esteemed young ladies while tho groom ili a prospesoiw and highly respected citi zeus of Clinton Ky for which plaice tht Couple loft immediately after the ceremony Spring Aliments Tin re is tin aching and tirwl fueling the liver bowels and Kidneys become sluggish and inactive the digestion im paired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole hotly and mind needs touiitg up The trouble in that during winter there has heen an accumulation of waste mutter in the system Herbine will remove it secure to th j secretions a right exit and by its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place ot woakness 50c at L P4 W S Bllisons Mileslcharged Commissary General Eagan i was furnishing embalmed I beeC1to the American so1 diers in Cuba and the charge was shown to be true Gen Miles charged that the war in the Philippines was being carried on with marked severity and that charge has not only been proved hut it has been shown that the severity amounted to savag cry that was not dreamed of by the people of this country MB SHAWS SONS hGrociryIIi a d 1H r I C BII II Nrr I BfI1 1iIU HICI IANa KENTUCKY J CapitalI Stock 1paid itji 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 IDOCK a General Batik ink Kusiiii Loans Moneyt mi Liberal Tonnj Acts of Farmers Merchants andJMamifactiwrs mijioelfnlly solicited The Funds and Securities O 1thus Batik are protected by the Mosler Patenffscrcw Door Sate Hits never yet bJn Opened by Burglar o t i GashterCHICK MAN WAGON Off MASVUllluas ON un CCIIUIUrJn m eE 41f W GtQNfa ATTENTION FARMERS wayne tho thuggish has a fine grade o lnchiuoOlI400POKUQ J 1 lI r Hot Weather 7 Bargains Wo arts offering sortie good bargains in Dr Goods bhof6 Etc I Wash GoodsjWe show the best line In townLawns Din I ities Ginghams Crashes Madras Etc fromv 5 to 5Uc per yard a Ladies Knit and Muslin Underwear 1 Ladies Knit Shirts and Drawers at 5 to 2r c Muslin Underwear we are selling snore than ever before Corset Covers at 2jc to Too Under Skirts at 50c to20Qf V Chemise at sOc to 750rDrawers at 25c to 75 ft Ladies and i Misses Slippers We are having a slice trade on our Ladies Ox iilOxrordf iil Gents Furnishings We show an uptodade line in Gents Wear BRANDNegligo1 17- 0Clothing New line Gents Flannel Suits Coats and Pants for hot gather at 5 G 8 aiid1O Straw Hats We show the nobbiest line of ssTintso 1tzDodds t- tV r f A Dayton KyWOllHln anda Hopkinsville Ky jnau wam ttarJmillO U Qhstuucei l use of the lint cost just 2l1 to say nothing of the preach ers fee The old style wire Yidelltlrfindgame Mr and Mrs Willie o East ViX left their child cradlebwent to do some work in the garden andon returning found the cradle almost rt burned up The child was rescued front the flames butt lid a few minutes after wordIf it is necessary to kill allI over ten years of age in the Philippines why not kill all What is to become of tho babies under toil The American soldiers if as charged each has a = native wife pro tern might dis I slurivingwOlnenbut bayonet the babies at once when such a slaughter iis ordered Sufficient evidence is said to have been secured by the Government officials to con viet the Chicago beef packer of having violated the antitrust net in raising the f The packet fleelarthV court an investi gation W B Dudley has brought suit against the cityof Flem ingsburg for 2000 damages for permitting coasting last winter by reason of which one of the coasters ran into him causing him to fall fractjurinpi It iis said that one young I lady who was lost in the steamboat disaster at Turn I ers Lauding would have I been saved but she lingered to fully dress herseTfeven to tying her shoes The rescu andrshe was lost It zT M IiI l U7 1 FINE SHOES HAVE THEFLOORe We are ready to meet the Ladies FwhoOXFORDS K SLIPPERS 1 COLO I LS SHOES OF ALL KINDS And tlit prices lower tlum ever for 1Iiirh trade Shoes u ti Baby Shoes in all Gradesrectsae Mens Shoes r and Styles In Patent Kid Velour Calf Vici Kid awl Box Oalf 350 a onlyql Wt protect you i11 points- of i style and PljPtIt to our interest to sell you good shoes Alvays you onoy s WOI b I Storeii RICE NAYLOR 1 I J Hickman Ky1Y I NOTICE TOtALL PERSONS INDEBTr ED TO THE FIRM OF- t M B SHAWS SONS TO COME FORWARD AT ONCE AND MAKE SATISFACTORY A RR ANGE MENTS IN REGARD TO THEIR ACCOUNTS M B SHAW ir wR WEBSTER II IIFINE WHISKIES f i i i WINES f BR TD1ES AND GINS I A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE II BLSPIIYII j iUNION CITY s TENNESSEE Read the Hioltman Courier only X100It Advance l T 2 e 4h = r r y c c C o C a0 n COCllt c CU tsuu Iayeyay Ceye f c X O ST L R R SOHEDULB LEAVE HIOKMAN No 8 Leaves 205 p m No 91 Leaves 750 p ni No 55 Leaves 700 a in ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 p m No 92 Arrives 720 a m No 51 Arrives 840 p m Miss livyDeli6w attended the Fulton street fair See the lino of wash goods at- AIItSIiItGS M B Shaw spent sovoral days in Nashville tilts week Miss Rosa Young has gone on a visit to Cbattuootfa Tonu Guitar Mandolins and Violins just a few left D IS WILSON Co Embroidery club moots with the Misses French this evening Mrs Larry Stone s znt a day or so in Fulton attending the carnival Misses Jessie Islor and Mario Brevard visited in Fulton gneaU of Mrs Horace Luten Mr L A Stone left Tuesday to upend several weeks at Gibion Wells for his healthBuy your cylinder oil at owRills Drug Store tt Mrs 11 M Islor was called to Pit ducah to attend her sister Mrs Kogcr who is quite ill A Chicago Judge has derided that a wife has a right to kill her husband if he beats her This is mighty sound justice even if poor law The Prohibitionists meet in Paducah May 29th to nominate a candidate for Conrgess in this District Why will not one of the candidates now in the field suit them R S G Corsets are guaranteed not to stretch sold at AMBERGS J Sterling Morton former See of Agriculture in Clevelauds Cabinot died in Chicago Sunday His homo was in NebraskaEE Co will sell you a Leather quarter Top Buggy at 55 Job you know its reputation Belmont for years the head of tilt- S L N railroad and the American agont of the Rothschilds says there will be no change in the management of the ft of Nj system I aholWealtsin our city the past week With Cnba under the control of tilt yellowfeveronThis single achievement of American methods ought to make the citizens of the now republic everlastingly grateful I Sam Crosslantl is the superior of Ollie j Jafties as scholar a lawyer a states I man and at heart his equal in every j whyIi home man Benton Tribune i n i I I i A u J RED LETTERI = ==== =I teaorclrDAYI I MONDAY April 7th our Chica go received nine hun dred and fiftythree orders while our New York house tsearcely more than a year old received four hundred and sixty two a grand total of fourteen hundred and fifteen low is that for one days record Wo honestly believe that no I other house In our line can show anything like this number of orders received in one day and dem onstrotes what a firm International+ footholdII I gained on discriminating I It is a record of which dressorsII i justly prundII The International Tailoring Co II CHICAGO NEW YORK I IJI C AM1TERCIILocal Agent I i Berry Howard charged with complicity in the uinrder of William Goehel weredemocratsI IMr L P Ellison and wile and Mrs R T Tyler loft Monday night for St LouisThe Base Ball game between tiff Fats and Lenne announced for last Tuesday was postponed on account of the rains but will surely occur next Tuesday May 6th E E Reeves Co carries the largest assortment in stylos We have now in stock about 26 different styles of Rug gios u Miss Sarah pomp and MiK Anola Williams worn the guests of Mr and Mrs Aron Kemp near Oayce last in tiny BORN to Mr and Mrs L K Taylor on the 29th inst a girl Circuit Court convenes nexl Monday A larger number of now owes docketed for this term than usual The candidates for Congress and the condidates for Judge court of Appeals are expected to make speeches the first lay of County court next Monday but there is no authorized announcement ELECTION NOTICE On May 9th the Trustees of Hickuiau College will elect touchers for the Dtxt- school year Parsons wishing to apply for position will please1 spud m written application at onceJ M IICIIBAKD Chairman If yon want the lntost thing in slip pers see the E P Reed lino at AMBERGS LOST Some whore in Hickman on Sunday the KH1 a pair of sold rimm ed Spectacles Finder will be liberally rewarded H MKEARBY The Temperance Alliance will meet at Mrs S M Hubbards tonight at 710 The W C T Ua are specially invited All parties indebted to us must settle at once or their accounts will be placed in nn ofljcers handD WILSON CO The many Kentucky friends of that grand old than John A Molt of New Madrid will regret to learn of his de feat tor Circuit Court Clerk ou lust Saturday Few cleverer moo live on this earth than Col John Mott and we oompotontfor faithfullyAN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes Toilet Waters Soaps Talcum Powders Face Powders Etc can bu found at Swuynes Drug StoreThe Ilnll Moody Institute school of Martin Tone is announced to come to Hickmau on a special excursion pic nic on Friday May nth They will probably picnic in the court house yard IBnggies with rubber tirers BuggiiM with steel tires Buggies for the lich and poor They are up to date in style and quality low in price Come and examine and you will see the best value J for the money over offered Cnflarness robes and whips are also of the highest grade Call and examine no trouble to show you through WJ BAKKV I a r I I QueenswareAway I I 1 f A heavy purchase this week of Factory Packages of Queensware lJiggostCvalues In Dishes you ever saw Note those price BOWL and PITCHER I Usual selling price 125 We Offer at 79c tt t WASH STAND SETStI 1 In decorated Ware never sold loss that 2DO tI At 148t 1 tkt tkDecorated Dinner PlatesI4 Blue and Brown Decorated usual price 65 to 75e ll At48caThis showing includes everything in Qucensware Plates Cups and Saucers Bowls Slop Bowls Aleut Dishes Wash StandSets c in both plain White Ware and Decorated Goods and all at lower t price than over fold before r IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT i See WllltleW Displa IIfI1hhis0ns Q tlic man f 2 rii 1- t t y t 4 i it c A c IdVJlllP i7 L Jm U = i1 Jb rtr A Big Purchase C1r rTMILLINERY ti Samples at just ihout 25 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR r L V i rt We purchased this week the sample line of one of life St Louis big Millinory f hoiuoH at abort NslstHt of 4 TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS FLOWERS and BABY CAPSII i U UlIIIIII IEvcry item is strictly new mid upto date It was a ptirchuKC even for us but the prices were so low and tempting that we j could not resist it This enables us to givo you the newest and best things in Millinery at lowci 3 prices than you ever possible A We invite your inspection and would suggest nn early call to secure best selections k ll- S t3- fI Ellisons === Hickman nUw The truck farmer is with us again TI cu of uorn iis going duwu- R PlentyAjf vegetables are beginning to aiipdhr bn the market I Yhat i looking well and time farm ers ar hoping for a good yield this soaaoiliiV Thomas 6Pnllon a banana agent from Now Orleans was killed by a trait at Fulton Monday Mr OA Ilolcouibe who went to j the Dallas Ro Union topped over at slut Springs and WwlI remain there suveratwoeks W A Naylor Cuyce w on the U S grand jury iu Pnducah this week 13 il Bynuui of Moscow is ou the trim jury An indictment was returned in the Federal court this week against Jot Duckius of Hickman for illicit whisKey selling Mr Sam A Wade who has been offon the Confuderate Re Union excursion returned Wednesday with a high case of Texas fever on him He will probably return there to locate in the full It will interest and probably pay yon to read the new udverifasviiieni ot J W Rogers h Son groatjFulton Monday night the first day of the carnival to a packed house It was enthusiastically received n Mr George Terrett returned iron sex is Wednesday night whore he had been to visit his mother Mrs Charhs Nichols He reports Mr Nichols who was formerly a well known citizen of this county in extreme ill health inn i nut likily to liv mall mouths n Vc JIIFI Mr Aubrey Sanders of Woodland Mills was here Wednesday Rnbboiw blow the vault of the Iciest National Rank at Wickliffe Friday nizJ1t but aroused the citizens and fled without shearing a cent volt SALE OR TRADE Disk cultivator for corn ne good as new- T O BARNES- A negro moan cut and seriously wounded a M ft O brakesman at Ionian this county Tuesday It is believed that the brakesman will die The railroad people carried the negro man on to WicklilTe where he is held for the sheriff of Fulton county Misses Orlenn Wilson and Nattilee Edwards are visiting in Fulton this week P Current estimates show that South ern planters will profit to the extent of 76000000 the recent advance in cotton This is a groat improvement over most hat movements wherein the professional speculator pockets the gain and the guileless farmer plays the part of the sheared lamb SEED CURT FOR SALE A fine lot of seed cornJohn Ringwood A test of a cotton pickiug machine the first evor mnke iu the history of the South will occur in Mississippi If it proves a HreeesH it will do much to solve time labor problem Stuyvesant S Fish John Jacob Astor and other wealthy New Yorkers have purchased 10000 acres of land in Miss sipJli and will oudenyor to convert tne same into model farms Admiral Schloy was welcomed at Memphis by 18000 persons who calledl 1at his hotel and presented him with a I beautiful testimonial 1 TItJX StR NS1SINpL U1 I A1J Are best reached the otton lclwhic line run i I directllII isiana Texas ese s either reach direct or m e o e seE AN I connections Southwest for all parts of th G e t PS If yon Rant to fl ad a ood homeII I In rho Southwest here hid RovsTQA are raised cad wipero peopleproa per write tor a cop of our haad oururo + j some baoklats Itucu ea in the Bouthwost Cillmpses of 5outh east3llssauriArkaasaH adNoctb I I west Loutslaaa and ImoM rrDDi11 P A CAIROILLII fezas kIth a Camera sea t 4o any parson who isanzto 9to EtiGBEdUlIEGPiiiA SilldDiSI better his condition I 1 a an w Jrif itD Whooping Cough oxperieucewithany dangerous consequences froin it She says Onr three children took whooping cough lust summer our baby boy being only throe mouths old and owing to our giving thorn Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little one vonld call lustily for coojrh syrup between wboopsSEssio Pokey hull Springfield Ala This Remedy iis for sale by Cowgill Cow Kill t 1 A Tt 1 rp Rlt TifPli111n our t STOCKr tor r Buggies Plows andt i HOj AVe will hire the l irg Y + cat stool this seas f on we have J + over had and theyi best the market affords 4 fff Mor 44 fio4Ht rrIooof4t J PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to George Buck and hayo them sharpened two for 25 cents j IDKS K DAVIDSON Dentis1HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill OowgiHa Drug Store 1 See the ad of D E Wilson fc Co in 1 this issueJYou will find Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGS z 6- s L r illiV l r Y t- t j i II Ci THE INITE3 STATES CRUISER 0 YMP1A Deweys Flagship those Guns Opened the Battle of Mania Bay that Caused the fcwnfall of Spains Colonial Power in the Far East Our Fight for the Philippines A Review of the BayMay i I I BattleOf Manila Bay 5 May four yearF ago Atali41 Itecy won his memorable victory io MiiirU ha that gave to tlitcoun try a new iUuii em w t eastluele 0I tctelththedayt I org WHI So ha I fete i lipAmerito for I IntJlurtAntIre admiral ten t iim tutre wi ah man of action ami Iv umr dii 11re declaredbanI hiflaglisp j Raleimore Iipt Neuniii M Ier the HIJ itD Capt Frank IVikte file Muno a y Commander Utar W Fareuhoh tieoucroll Commander Asa Walker um the Pe forlkThe ttttc tlet 1C1 I11 dt 11 in I Ta 1 1E ti IilltI b t t lJ j t I i ItOlo Copyright trot by C lentiosist I ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY The American Naval Commander at the 4Battleof Manila Bay beingjliAmerican fleet into the 1ailippiui harbor at so early a date They had tailed to pre I pare for his reception and he sailed past Corregidor island containing what was almostibefore the garrison were aware oi his r presentcitthe vicinity It was not nntlII kc fterhirlast ship was well past that they rthoght to give battle to the daring Yan lees and then sent a few harmless shuts after them F Day had not yet broken when Cavite was reachedand Dewey quietly awaited its coming When the sun rose jn the east instead of immediately beginning the de struction of the Spanish ships that lay be A fore him the daring tailormar preferred to I play with his enemy and so weighed anchor and sailed up to the defenses of Manila with whjch he exchanged few shots as a mat I I MAP OF MANILA BAY Showing Positions of American and Spansh Fleets During Battle of May I 1898 ter of international courtesy then returned to give more detailed attention to the Spanish fleet It was early even when he got back again a to Cavite i0 early that it was only 19 min utes past six when with the Olympia 5500 yards front the enemys ships he uttered those historic word When you are reads Gridjey fire JI I ij j goodIruitj began raining a shower of steel pmjrctie- uponj time Spanish hips Gradually the American fleet drew doer Subuurine theydidgunner swered the challenge of the Olympia gun s tt II I MAJ WESLEY MERRITT j Til First American Military Qov rn r of the PhiippinoIj iI with a shower of jprojectile of ejuil size I but w iliumt dsing anyeoniderablr iaiiiiice j 1 t Aiiirrirari Ihue Jft within ilu er jI iii r nillcr pun iiiit i eir n ar i tiP large nh ami1 tK ilnlillt ht up unk t iirn lp u i it IIll lad flic sue 11 I IIn fl tuml I t nut UIDIMIK tlj POll a jj Hi tiling too soot jin 1 III bcakfast aid a pullat the pipe 11 r g11 It u i not until I HiO that he again went t t i t Siiuard He had furnished suf- iiiitiit smit tor his iailormen and now iijteiiittiI to tiniith the jjob in a hurry and ut fltaJ outof their misery without ui l lis ct time amt bti4rel it could HUM M tIot hi dinner arrangement 1 miy meal a oiiid llot ned aboard t ie iligitiI it one and it was necessary I L at t tlc jot be completed and the mu itanfIIIi before that time To accomplish tins CVgm big and little that could he broiiKiit into play Was need and it was IJllt11l tic more than au hour before all of the Spanish ships were either lying at the bottom of the 3or destroyedaql at 1230 j white flag run up aver the Spanisl h batteries at Cavite proclaimed their sur render h they do things on board an Amer mean Juan ofwar 30 minutts wts ample timeII JII MAJ GEN ARTHUR McARTHUR Second American Military Governor of the Philippines in which to attend to the wants of the few slightly wounded and prepare dinner to which Admiral Ion tojo was invited but declinedThe loss was 12 ships their en tire Asiatic squadron and CIS men either killed or wounded For that little mornings work Admiral Dewey gave to the United Slates something like 125000 square miles of territory and secured for himself tbe thanks of the Amer iron people and the rank of admiral in the American navyandnot an American sailonnan killed or an American vessel seri oust injured The Spanish flag that came down at Ca rite that day was never to rise again in the Philippines Our War in the- Philippines Deweys victory at Cavite followed by the combined land and natal1 fight that resulted in the surrender i of Manila to rLien uerritt and the American forces on August 13 gave to this country new and untried problem with which uical ra in Cuba Spain had encountered iTTr almost a century almost continuous revolutions on the part of the natives fighting for almost the same rea sous that prompted the patriots of Cuba The victories of May 1 and of August 13 1893 relieved Spain of her vast colonial ter I ritoncs but at the same time it trans ferred from her to the United States tha I rebellious subjects that had given her just troubles for a century I On the evening of February 4 1599 at S3 oVvk was fired the tie t shot in th- revzlaton of the Filipino soldiery alai aa AII j1ln omipation B revolution that ha ioniniieii to ILl present time though 8 now afitr alu o t two and a half years of lighting Mvmingly near a close i The Filipinos demanded absolute ind pendcnre tit the Ai Lan people and that this ccnintr refused to grant That in concise way may be accepted A the a of the present rebellion in the Philippine During the tvirce days following the firing of tie lit sltot the American troupe drove j the m urgeut from the line of defewe they occupied outMdc Manila and seen red Ixesiuu of the Mibuth of the city Di ing this three days of Hgiumg 13000 AmeI scan troops were opiH td to piualdo army of 3I 000 Filipino The battle of Pig on March W was the next important engagement between t6 two tone It was early in March that th vane on the rebeli capital at Malolon wa begun Tile first figlit of this campaign wa- nn s Marsh 26 at Malinta and this was fol lowed by the capture of Walolo on Mareh U but Aptiinaldo had moved his govern GEN A R CHAFFEE Present American Military Commander- in the Philppinec meLt to San Fernando and upon his departure tired theI g crnineut buildings The victory was a iieual one however as it resulted in the rupture of subsistence stores valued it out and a half million dol lars The American troop continued to push northward toward the new rebel capital rapidly and on April 10 was fought the battle of Santa Cruz which place was cap lured on April 25 and on May 5 San Per nando fell into the hand of the American troop The capture of this place prac tietlly closed the campaign to the north of Mmili until the doc of the rainy season Gen Lawtons command returned to Gen MaiArthurs lines on May 24 after having marched a distancei of 120 miles fought 22 fiijjmjenieiit tiUtMi 28 towns captured and dotrcMd1 3fatatu bushels ot rice and witsa lurs of only 0 kilted and 35 wounded Hut the intrepid Wirer wiiI later to It M kris life in the conflict Wt not al jlotted to rt hr troop 1fwa assignedI to Clinniand an expedition a aiiiM Gen Pio del Pilar who was operating around the i riii1- Vi HON WILLIAM H TAFT First American Civil Governor in the Philippines shores of Laguna de Bay and from the third of June to the thirteenth of the same month succeeded in driving the insurgents not only from the shores of this bodof water bat from around the shores of Manila baas well and soon after had driven the enemy from every stronghold in Cavite province Gen Mae Art bin opened the second campaign to the north of Manila on August 9 witen he moved against Angeles Uacjlor was Hrst captured and on August 18 the army arrived before the intrench men U at Angeles The place was captured with a loss of but two billed and 12 wounded During the same time Gen Young had takeif the towns of San Mateo Balcuag and Quinjrua While American troops had been fight ing the insurgents in Luzon the rebellion had spread to other islands and insurgent garrisons had been established in Panay Leyte Cebu Negros Samar and other is lands Gen Miller had captured Iloilo on February II Uacolod in Xegros was taken by Col Smith and on February 21 Cebu was taken by Capt Cornwall of the Petrel On August 24 Gen Hates returned to Manila from the Sulu group and announced the signing of an agreement with the sultan MAJGEN HENRY W LAWTON KiJcJ Dos 10 1809 Whl e Leading Attack at San Mateo Luzon extending American authority over the ent tire group Campaign followed campaign rapidly but there was little severe fighting for they American troops On October 2 l899 cane the first overtures for peace on the parttj of the insurgents but the attempt t looked upon by American officers merely as an effort to gain some recognition of the c 11 res 80 government and was stile of any GXoveml beUIIrrlac1 capitaita capturedt 9e1 a into American hautIInl1 butamovedIseatVtoto W atSaa Jacinto the place being cap 5 tat mnt it badloot the Isle os 1 A ntrhhtawi ofrIWWl running from Manila way latersof till Filipino con Mac1AwareinefaitssAt that time the innnr urer secretary of the interior eat of its congress were in Amer sAQn troops pushed uteadilr andon Decetnlter 5 Gen 1Command arrived at Y4taD near rest tlrW1owtheenemywingL 01 troops andtipateed tlem in4 I direction for capGeD antiII surrenderedthAuereant athethe middle of1eceniher twon events ocuned The lit on Dee 38spas the rest ne of Lieut Giih hadl4I t near April 12 and tilt kdUecembefce opening of the year 10110 te im IIIlitLandruleTkernertherni habetfIifan and Weaion besan a caHijiirri ag not the insurgent tone ill the ooutu STTTiTTfT BRIG GEN FREDERICK FUNSTON Who Capturtd Agura do March 23 1901 j in Isabella Prov nce r flfjBn Bates and Hell teaed an exp di htrhieii itft JIoi h bruin tie t dcnrnu I t ttt run lt t ijll tJHttMViiwu role mall i luiilfK Oi 11- 1ni troop + but were in the end Wt- IflJ in accomplishing the ohjects for wnidfftthey were organized with but small loss off lif- eTboetaila of the campaigns of 1901 and of tb tjpre eiit year are M fresh in the pub tic miiif that a ichearal of their details w unafptt ary Of Iit Fr the two most iiuportilit oivurromtM wire the capture ui Agtriaafio by tlvti Fun ton on March 2 and tha titbliiiiicnt t of civil government in the Islands by the Taft commi inn or Julf 4 There has been eon iderallc lighting since that tint The campaign in ia inSf with ita attendant horror will prob Rbjy not soon be forgotten either by the ipartlc anU or the American public and mfr promises to result in a number of courtmnrtils for different army officers Tti recent surrender of Gen Malvar ha seemingly virtually ended the organized omtOfttion to American rule and the of iieials at Manila are in hopes of an early peacea Spains Method of- Government t The littlei I gov ernor was the foun da t ion of the Span system of governmen in the Philippines He represented the lowest rung of the ot filial ladder and ruled in the parish He was an official of but little power with but small opportunity fur graft ami wfipse greatest lpenjuiitr coni ted in the wiring of the official hat a totiffJltllJ roomshaped affair Iliberally covered with Jj FLAG OF THE FILIPINOS Upper Stripe Rod Lower Blue Sun and t Stars Yellow en WhLe Ground ornaments of silver bunion Of far mort influence were the priests an influence tha wai gOOtthanruleare to be found throughout the is lands in the shape of roads and bridges T+ be sure the natives were taxed for far mor of these conveniences than were built but it iija question if any would have been built priestsTheislands lay ir erowrsappointeei of fate The minister of the colonies at Madrid was the direct head of the government as he was of all the Spanish colonies I but he was assisted ban advisory council forthe Piii pines residing n- Madrid and to ihL council was Fpetiali ijllineTbetermed a Spanish Cory They were hec only as a military l ips ion To extort money from the people under the various rnpalithndand the business and object of the govern mentalofficer hat were maintained there plow much these extortions amounted tc will never be known ouside of Spanish of Spantishi competencefthegreater various forms of bribery and officio dii- 1bonesty 1- dss RELIABLE === R B BIH ETA RD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which 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InterestingII+ iI f I lI L P1 t1Mfl I E W lilifdlgl 11111 vies k JLcavcs Chicago et 630p rn dally vIa THErCHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul it 750 a m IMinneapoUs at 830 a m Till Only Perfect Train in till WorkL J r r I 5 C 1 J 4CG C gir GFr 4rCt tiCrCYraE CCrL tJ fn- tI nuI e n FJ j g i INSURANCE DEPARTMENT The Losses Paid in Kentucky Exceeded the Premiums Received Aticat volume of the 32d annual report of tit f insurance department of Kentucky 4wascompleted by State Commissioner Chenault It relates only to the fir Insurance business done It shows w that on January 1 1001 there were 16 companies doing business in Ken tacky and at the present time but 1141 companies The risks written hi Kenx tuck since the last annual report amounted to 226461507 Of this the wrotttvrottet btr j Kentucky companies The losses paid amounted to 1820228 The stock j i companies paid 1154581 and tile for eign companies SG507G The total J premiums collected amounted to 3I 040010 Of this amount stock com panics received U74380 I The ratio of losses paid to premium received by stock companies was CO per cont and by foreign companies i 01 per cent HER SOLEMN VOW tSaW She Would Speak to No One and Kept Her Word For 40 Years Burgin Ky April 28Bonlta Bro tho most extensive and prominent farmers in the county have living with them a colored woman who has not spoken a word to a living soul for more than40 years thoughper powers of loquacity are very acute and she is often heard communing with herself More than 40 years ago when she was In slavery and her husband was suatch ed away from her and sold ere sho had been married but a few weeks she made a solemn vow that she would never again speak to any one until her husband returned She has never seen him since that day and she hasi never uttered a single word to any ono A COUPLES ADVENTURE Nearly Drowned While Hunting For a h Parson to Marry Them 3Petersburg Ky April 2GWIIeStraeck and a young lady claiming t Hartford Ind as their home attempm f cd to cross Middle creek at the fort between Rabbit Hash and Bellevue Jl4horse lost Its footing and was I r ricUTl occutlanjts ftIttrfJg Ijarcly escaped with their lives Straeck carried his semiconscious partner to the residence of Mart Sta ley whore they admitted that they wore trying to find some one to marry them INVESTIGATION ORDERED L The Attack of State College Cadets on Reporter Goode Lexington Ky April 25At a meeting of tile trustees of the state college Thursday night a committee was ap pointed to Investigate an attack made by cadets upon D B Goode a reporter who was egged stoned and ejected from the campus several weeks age lie was endeavoring to learn particu lars of an attack on Commandant McKee who was egged beaten and douse with water by cadets the evening previous All expenses of the com mlttee Including toe services of a stenographer were provided for Death of Judge W H Baker Springfield Ky April 26Judge W H Baker died after an illness of only tour daysof pneumonia Judge Baker was one of the bestknown members of the bar here He had been city judge here for many years and was fearless in the discharge of his duties He was 46 years old and leaves a lane family w Thinks He Eats Soap Louisville Ky April 25 Attorneys Tor Louis Kerr a youth sentenced to five years for housebreaking are making an effort to secure a pardon for him The jail physicians say he ca not live mere than four weeks Co monwealths Attorney Huffaker BUS sects that Kerr is a soap eater Figill For Mammoth Cave lrBrownsville Ky April 26 Trouble nl is feared at Mammoth Cave Ky The title to this wonderful monstrosity of nature has been in dispute for some a time and the sheriff went to the cave Friday to dispossess the present ma ager Mr H C Gauter and put charge Mr Scott Miller of Louisville Churches For Cuba t Louisville Ky April 28At ti second days session of the M church south 25000 was loaned to the board of foreign missions to assist missions in Havana and Santa Clarai Cuba The question of establishing a orrer to the general conference Body Pierced With a Bullet Paducah Ky April 2GGene Rus sell who occupied n house boat on the river below Caruthersvllle Mo was Lund on the river bank his body ffI pierced with bullets and will probably die He and his wife had frequent quarrels She is not to be found i t f Three Years in the Penitentiary Scoftsville Ky April 2GIn the case of Ben Killinan and Ebie Graves Kennedyat diet for three years each In the penii tentiary i L DEAF MUTE ARRESTED r IMade Love With His Fingers and th I Widow Got Tired of It 1 Louisville Ky April SIt Is prob- i I bly not often that a deaf mute pros jannoying in his love mailing as he can not whisper soft nothings or eve sigh the tender passion But a dml and dumb man was arrested Sunday night on the complaint of a comely widow who declared that she wa tired of having him make love to he on his fingers Robert Prick was th3 unfortunate lover and Mrs May Spa the object of his passion Said Mu- e Shaw This man has boon annoying me for a year or more He seemed t take a violent fancy to me and wool make violent lore to roe nearly every evening for boors at a time Some times he would write it on a slate be t when he would get excited he would drop his slate and talk with his fingeR everyjA SENSATIONAL HEARING I IKidnaped a Wife and a Three Pta y Tragedy Narrowly Averted Lexington Ky April 25Tbree men and one handsome woman were ithe actors in a sensational hearing inI court here Thursday afternoon Mr formerlyg ofr Iluntington Benjamin McGraw an W T Coots figured In it As the story was told in court Me Grow became enamored of Mrs Brown and secured Coats to kidnap her which he did Theo Coats kidnap e her on his own hook The husband went in search of both and a three play tragedy was threatened The wife wept back to her husband and Judge Bullock warned tluem if that was any more kidnaping would acs the whole bunch to prison General Strike Theatened Owensboro Ky April 2S sentatives of the United Mines Workers and the mine owners embracing about 50 mines will meet in Joint e lion at Central City Monday to make another attempt to agree upon a scale for the ensuing year The mi ra threaten a general strike if the demands are not granted In th cottadKentucky May Quarantine iJfftIIVtI IJ tHlJTIror t meeting of the Kentucky state board of health Friday night following a joint meeting with the Indiana boardI at Indianapolis Friday it was decided to quarantine against Indiana on ac count of the smallpox which is now epidemic la that state unless imme dlato steps are taken by the Indiana authorities either local or state to stamp out the disease Kentucky Day Charleston S C April 2uThe cer emonles incident to Kentucky day at the exposition included an address at the Auditorium by Cldranco Dnllam president of tits LouisvilleCommercial club who as the official Miead of the large party of Kentuckians that camo Thursday morning was the ropresenta live of Gov J C W Bcckham who could not attend Hit Lexington Rooms Lexington Ky April 2tThe two straightout poolrooms in Lexington were hit for 1400 on the victory Hoodwink at Lakeside Friday The ireformers are planning to have Judge Parker extend the sitting of the spe vial grand jury a week to enable tho jury to indict the poolrooms To Be a Creamery Lexington Ky April 25The flu plant established in this city by t Kentucky Pasteurizing Co is to turned into a creamery It will have a capacity of 250 pounds per day Cincinnati dealers offered to take the en tire dally product at 31 cents per pound but the offer was declined Wednemn gagement of Dr Daniel J Healey of this city and Dr Louise Burgman Louisville is announced The wedding is to take place June 15 Burgman was formerly employed as a physlcan at the Eastern Kentucky lu matte asylum Wedding at Muvergne Paris Ky April 25The marriage Gooittquietly at tho palatial home of her father at Auvergne at high noon daughteer JrEA Bride at Thirteen Campton Ky April 28tl H Sp cer and Miss Beulah Van der Pool were married at Torrent this county by Rev P R Legg Tho bride is 13 years old Hole Through Hu Body Salyersvllle Ky April 26Near blind tiger on Raccoon creek in t county Ed Keeton shot Harris French the i the abdomen killing him in slant y The ball passed through tho body Trouble over a woman Kee ton escaped Robbery at Lexington Lexington Ky April 28 Burglars entered the hardware store of Van Doren Co some time early Saturd morning and stole revolvers razors and knives to the value of from 500 to 1900 SHOP WINDOW EXHIBIT Grass mailings are much alto br floor rtnerin offeeti ly the solid color and is quitupensive I 11Uun c x fesipiii weave and color luxury fi many are really prettier Utlf leeiThE wmc shops for pleasing xIfctidiis 5nijjalt ed and burnedvcoutl raphIofstxen+ titfCameos are again in vogti uldralilh aeusI i horslrrphrrrlrxtiPS and landaea e sl hilt rR hwe preyour lore cM dennminjto e brvpatld a lidonl rnKatij i rtt strewn OV T its st rifted rfHo floxver drirnu r used in a ny effective uaiv WHAT SOME NAMES MEj l Tttv iliwrn Ihi gv F the the ram ot the i rlicljial lIlgp teaIn S otlai0l h Mlntiih thSln of the fljjj MDonaUl the on of lrowll MDmijyall the son of markii MOnnechy nr Duiuan th t Rrmvn flegolrI Gr lrtifidDrniilMKay tIlt Eon of the proplii MTaRirart thfln of then tMHleod the son of the woliiS r lioi fId4 r one j 1lnhn thnn or the ca Campbell rocked mart hriJ Cameron crooked Qove + tweedpool c CORONATION GOSSI 911u urlhara1al of JrIJOrlwill attend the coronation of K IeQ ineyJUptbg wih his luxurious nude of slll t 71 e has chartered an a run attStf lior titrpersonsj r tttlec y Iftngdavcongratulations not one hrri fjjg lit and fan having married dtlnenUvWnc1 ri 1lllnJrhn1lhas liven singularly Iwky alsaJftiiaV injr both of her supporters befiither and the duke of Cambridge rat with herorind nt nearly fro these Itvo will1 see the crutch placed on her hM8 pax Time f1 FOREIGN BREVITIES f r A Japanese family cf lice cartllreon less than eight dollars a month The final crusti returns f fitv that tthe population ogjludin is 294CQQ70U The automobile mail cart 4ginduhl ty displacing the bon edrivelM l fiJle iin IAhours i and four minutes ami then went In I sanet1igpttipu141gierj most of the servants are Germans too Venezuelan coffee planters et only onethird the price they used tr eceive before UruUia loverproouctionjjuiritd ofthe market JSs MARKET REPORT t Aprir28CATTLE 10 Choice steers 6 25 gf 6 60 CALVESExtra 5 75 feC 00 15opackers 6 75 ti 7 00 25be FLOURSpring pat 3 SO 4 1- 0WHEATNo2 rod f 87 CORNNo 2 mixed g r Gr 45YzRYENo2 P1376PORK ABUTTERi a ofChoice creamery 29 00POTATOES 25Dr00TOBACCOOld 7 90 15 75 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 70 Q 3 90 SHJNo3 75d63JedSSysPORK1685LARDNew York 405WHEATNo2 81jseG9AOATSf43yRYEfcft950LARD fWHEATIsiVlSouthern5 85hisiOATS4bzCATTLEG25HbG8Western Louisvill- eWHEATNo 4 2 red 81 GSOATSNo v 4714PORKLARD Steam toaOtOO ayIndianapolis tS2COIt 63OATSNo2 44y4Il a Wily They Innjthefl This i iaIt of Ih Mr M jii of the no ollltoaDItalians sitting to a his l iaime era Lted with laughter Ax Trrnina was in the midt of ire r imltaiontd kvr tnu t-ol fdrio the p ply about teem lint won dered what iiIb y were laughing at and then became iJItlat tllf f irKuer Final ly an gaiter was tnt to tiuout the rea son of M much hilarity One of them aid singingNo ringlnil arofind your trousers are torn Dot turn around your lrouoOlrs are torn Wa h iogton Star All on the Itlll of Fore Col Sam Reed wa brcakfi ting at Del raonico After looking over the French menu be said to the waiter You may bring melI pine ers blushing lilts Aurora and soin Drwches in the royal fashion with velvet auce and for dewcrt be ure you bring a stew of good Chritians and a mouthful of lade The aatonil d waiter saidl Sir we dont serve uoh duho Yes you do ftiA the quest pointing to the bill of foreScuti a la Aurore cu Ilottea la royal ni oiie veiwtcumtwtc de bon ret ien boutnee de dimes All rigM ahil the waiter ready in two minute sir What t fiat Seven Principal RouteR It isa wellknown fact that the C M ft St P Ry tIIfm offers a great matt different routes between htcago and St Paul sad Minneapolis IIts main line be tween thoie jiointw InrnlKetllyi i well known fanwarPioneerFart Hail Train There are six or seven other routes over a number of which are run through roadies andi sleeping can w hich are almost as direct at the pnnetpei mesa line moetiincludioltJ Winooiwin and cross tire Wiconfin titer at the famous JeH whore iis the most picturesque scenery in the Northwest The Main line and Mvcrnl1 other include from 150 to XO mites of romantic and picturesque oenery along the lEisiippii river On these various lines are located this moot im portant towns and cities in the Northwestt Bath one waV and special excur aon tickets between hii ago St Pauland linnf ipnis are honored via any our of these di rect Ilines The teachers attend ins tilt Xational Edii Mtional Convention at MinneapolisI mal predate and take advantage of this fact as they ran have a choice of route g ping and returning halls tuerrased- Let no make the cHpital stock 1000 OOO promoterAHl WM pre typewriterVill italakediftNo ii th hitisAmerican talc ToDny for Allen WiotKnsc It cures swollen aching tired feet At all Dmggistn and Shoe slot + 2T c Sample sent FnE w Address A S Olinttod Le Iloy N Y ItiKlit In the Neck Mu StylesAs that Mica Fu anfcathcr pltefuUmissiLPisa Cure for trn nr i WSamuel+ tA good nan men get their opinions as their clothes aguDaibpraiseIIPlkea Toothache Drops Cure in one minute oltjthttocat DaildaXeIt Pay people for what they have dose and not for what you expect theta to do Atcbi son Globe Many a man who is said to be sour and cross U really steleotcltiaon Globe IPERUNApCURES CATARRH j j OF MONEYS EVERY TIME f- II J I I =i DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED Ienina Cronting a National Sensation in the Cure of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys WisIoolwin1425 Dunning street Chicago Ill the following letter For years 1 suffered with catarrh armyMedicinecomrade who had been helped by Pe runa advised me to try it I bought some at once and soon found blessed I relief 1 kept taking it four months and am now well and strong and feel I pastII CityIndmuch better I have improved so much that everybody wants to know what medicine Inm using 1 recommend Peruna to everybody and some have folksallsaytl3at I in greatJohn Vance OntarioCanada IhadIII ease which brought me so low the i bedonej and Manalin and In three months Iwas a well man and have continued i so eJer since J Brake I i At the appearance of the first smpJ fiAVE MONEY Buy your goods at tJholeS PrIcest CtTr ftnnin catnlf1roc W1lltwnmfspec rocii i ui if ouiv This uiiiutI Isuateirot even pay the postage but It Is ut to Loa us that you are acting I j In good faith Jjctrrr scud for It now Your neighbors rude with uswhy not you also ItGCHICAGO I I truthII u Aged Criminal who has just got a life rentencel Oh me lad I shall never live mindDoIfa man abuses you unfairly and unjust levelnd tom of kid ney trouble Purun a should be taken This rein0dystrikes once thevery root of the disease It at once relieves the- catarrh al kidneys of the star nant blood thehoodlkidneys to accumulating ifthen gives great vigor to the hearts action and digestive system both of which are apt to fail rapidly in this disease kidneyssimpleever located satisfactory write at Dr afullwillheyou vice gratis orTI1lColumbusOhio HAZARD HandicapAk1llholIle blrd without A new record lStrft fi enG lid used llazar y IOYatha Nag Aar9riandlotht9ot hazard StatKeiess won the Kansas 8 ate HjlniT tartlet qtramdnashfr Wojitof Ma O the Kochcater Cap tO straight J A It KUctt hs ya te lIe bird chain lonhip ct Amer cawlfjlIa r lsnnkoIf lower I e IUx nl Smokeies the r n alzapwderof the day Pattern your gun imfi It Send tOftars ta toHuarJ Smokeless Target 1 O Box eo sew York st- yGUN POWDER The man who attends strictly to hia own business may have less haziness to attend to but it will pay him larger divi dends Christian Endeavor World An ounce of keepyourmouthshtit u explanationJudge I l Jlm TZDMjwill with quenthouthe games which refresh and the foods which nourish are important each in a way while it is also advantageous to have knowledge of the best methods of promoting freedom from unsani tare conditions To assist nature when nature needs assistance it is all important that the medicinal agents used should be of the best quality and of known value and the one remedy which acts most beneficially and pleasantly as a laxative is Syrup of Figsmanufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co With a proper understanding of the fact that many physical ills arc of a transient char F actor and yield promptly to the gentle action of Syrup of Figs gladness and comfort come to the heart and If one would remove the torpor and strain and congestion attendant upon a con stipated condition of the system take Syrup of Figs and enjoy freedom from thf aches and r pains the colds and headaches and the depression due to inactivity of the bowels In case of any organic trouble it is well to consult a competent physician but when a laxative Is required remember that the most permanently gratifying results will follow personal cooperation with frthe beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs It is for sale by all reliable druggists Price fiftyrcents per bottle The excellence of Syrup of Figs comes from the beneficial effects of tho plants used In the combination and also from the method of manufacture which ensures that perfect purity and uniformity of product essential in a perfect family laxative All the members of tho family from tho youngest to the most advanced in years may use it whenever a laxative Is needed and share alike in its beneficial effects We do not claim that Syrup of Figs Is the only remedy of known value but it possesses tins great advantage over all other laxatives that It acts gently and pleasantly without disturbing natural functions in any way as it is free from every objectionable fquality or substance To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy tho genuine and the full name of the Co California Fig Syrup Cois printed on the front of every packageyy o MIF o l1fllWIRlW 0o San Francisco Cal Louisville Ky New York N Y t u rte r 1 a r 1 i I i R L The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY s t JMI vI =WW IVI wwy n lrViR 1902 MAY 1902 1 m m 15II TflI Siic 1 2 3 m ffi rn 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ili Eiffit m 1 25 26 27 28 29 30 1311 C i 1 I r r I IfI CURRENT TOPICS FThere are 5416 parts in d modern locomotive Wade Hampton at one time owned 4000 slavcs o The ivory market shows signs of a Etcady decrease- A few days ago Michael Davitt cele brated his 56th birthday Total population of Greenland at the end of 1901 was 11127 persons Clinton Mass master builders have granted an eighthour day Capt Fritz HonIg the noted German Writer on miltary affairs is dead The Bog of Allen the biggest In Ireland is In places 17 feet deep The amount of French capital In vested in China exceeds 100000000 A Philadelphia female bookkeeper has confessed to embezzling 15000 Methuens defeat it Is reckoned means about 10000000 loss to Eng landIn Welsh pingpong Is know as ping pongyfldlaeth and tho devotees aping s pongw r Plans are being prepared for a tem porary executive building to be erecter- on the White House grounds- In order that a rainbow may be pro duced the sun must not bo more than 42 degress above the horizon No known land animal has naturally poisonous flesh There are however eevoral fish whose flesh is deadly The total fruit and vegetable pack in California in 1901 was 3763120 cases against 375GC02 cases in 1900 An Injury to the tonguo is repairedI jJ by nature with more rapidity than Isf the case with any other part of the system Champagne was Invented about 240 years ago by a monk named Pori non nt the Abbey of St Poter Hautvilllors In France The Canadian government has ape propriated 10000 to build a barbed Tvire fence along the boundary be tweon Montana and the Dominion ex tending from St Marys Lake to the Sweet Grass hills Horses mules and donkeys go load ed to market In Turkey but the road is strewn with grain leaking from the old sacks and thousands of turkeys which may be bought at 1 cents apiece feed on the dropping grain It is estimated that there are fewer than 10000 wild elephants left in all1 thalive0 t one is born It is a matter of only a few years when the last one must g Mrs U S Grant has been shown the designs submitted for the German seIlectedwith them that she expressed the wish that they could all be preserved in marbleIn to illustrate the growth of the shoemaking industry tho Lyn Mass Historical society is fitting up a shoemakers shop that will be an exact reproduction of the kind known to the oldest inhabitants In their younger days Mrs Elizabeth R Horton of Salem Mass owner of tine famous Interna tional Doll Collection which has earned nearly 25000 for charity has just received from the queen of Rou mania a doll with which the queen once played The vice president of the Boston and Albany railroad who has been ee securingsmokeless that the experiments have been su cessful and every engine on his road will be fitted with the device Among Ru fan towns whose popu k 1 Ration have most rapidly Increased tho 4Polishcenter of Lodz is conspicuously h the first Fifteen years ago the so r called Russian Manchester was a place of some 25000 inhabitants it now contaIns an Industrial population of 315000 souls Z + The bronze memorial tablet to EH t Whitney which Is to be placed upon t the walls of the EH Whitney country club Rocky Greek Ga by the New I England Cotton manufacturers asso wft11 thoIishallchave been completed a 11President d acesPtott of Austin tine poet laureate of England to dedicate to f him the American edition of A Tale of True Love and Other Poems There lies now In tho Thames the ffarof exhibition waiiY wtas launched at Moulmen in 17S0 is built of Indian teakl and her walnmast IIs the stick that was put Into her 11 years ago She was kept as a prison ship at Melbourne and recently mad the voyage from Australia under bar own EAJl1n the months and a haltII J1 n lAi J i Ct A POLAREXPED1T1ON Auxiliary TO the BaUlwinZeigler Party Will Start Soon He Likely Began His Northern Move ment For the Pole About the Middle of February By Sledging New York April 2DPhma for the auxiliary BaldwinZiogler expedition to northern polar regions have beon completed and the mon who have beon entrusted with Its direction and man agement will shortly leave for Europe The steamer Frlthjof which with the America conveyed the Baldwin party toJrauz Josef Land has been char tered for the work and will depart from Tromsoe on July 1 The auxil iary expedition will be in charge of W S Champ secretary to Wm Zieg ler who will sail for Europe on the steamship Cymric on May 23 and the remainder of the party will leave on the steamship Pretoria on June 7 Mr Champ and all of his assistants have h had experience in the Arctic regions The Frithjof will again be commanded by Capt Kjeldsen whose work In the Arctics has been conspicuous The Frithjof will go from Tromsoe to Camp Ziegler on Alger island which is In Long 80 Lat 24 north and there secure the last instructions left by BaldwinIt here that Baldwin has worked to tho northward of Alger Is land and that tho Amerlc s fast in tho Ice When tho America Is found an effort will be made to refill her bunkers with coal and work her out of the Ice pack It is thought that Baldwin used the America for winter headquarters and worked north with sledges establishing caches prepara tory for the dash to the pole Baldwins associates here are of the opinion that he began his northern movement for the pole about the mid dIe of February and that he will reach the highest point about the middle oi 1Jane and the Frithjof expedition IIf tImed to meet him Baldwin has always believed that he would find a drift that would take him out by way of Greenland bui his as sociates are of the opinion tlrat his re turn will be across the ice toward Iran Josef Land Mr Camps plan after re leasing the America will he to estab lihh a patrol with the hope of fiirkiup up the Baldwin party It is planned to cover a stretch of 16 miles east and west across the route must likely to be taken by Baldwin HAM SANDWICHES The Price In Chicago Nac Been Raised to Ten Cents Chicago April ItFor the first time in many ysarsin this city a trash outlay of ten cents is necessary lot the acquirement of one ham sand wich The price has been five cents but the restaurants have put up the valuation because of the prices they are compelled to hay for meat Roast beef sandwiches have advanced five cents from 10 to 15 cents It is estimated that 860000 ham sandwiches are consumed in Chicago every day and this increased cost to the public will therefore be 15000 on the ham proposition alone EXPLOSION OF GAS ayChicago0 Apartment House Chicago April 29An explosion a gas In the apartments of B W Ander son in the Chaffee apartment build ing North Paulina street Monday night resulted in injury to five per sons partial destruction of tho build toing and a panic among the tenants Some of the injured may die Mind Became Unbalanced Winside Neo April 29lr8 Kate Dlmmell divorced wife of John Dim mell was found hanging to her bed post Her small child lay on the bed dead Mrs Dimmells mind had boon unbalanced for some time The coroners Jury returned a verdict of sui cide in the mothers case and that the child came to its death by its mothers hands Germanyc oal titlesfewecr hogs were slaughtered In these cities during the year ending March 31 than In tho preceding year President Signed the Bill Washington April 29The presi dent has signed the legislative appro priatlon bill Under its provisions the one thousand or more clerks who were temporarily appointed during the war with Spain are given permanent cm ployment and placed within the opera lions of the civil service law Bullet Settles Grudge Broadwell 0 April 29 Vtllta Goths shot and instantly killed Fred Whitfield aged 27 early Monday morn ing at a gambling house to square an old love grudge Italian Embassy Building Rome April 29The senate passed without discussion a bill providing for the purchase of a building In Wash ington to be occupied by the members the Italian embassy The pdrelnas- Y this building was approved by the chanibexot deputies April 9 Summer Resort Fire New York Apri129Firc Sands 1night swept youth Beach a bathtn dine250f0nalong the beach were totally de stroyed THE BURNED CITY OF PITTSBUA Large Number of Dead v ered From the Wreck tJ1tfbbodlreeotwraThursday 14 more were taken from the rlvarjar the scene of the ecddent nnakin he total number of 25 bodies so far revered Six of the bodies found TJEfurs day afternoon were those of whlt pgr PamckBurkesSmith cub pilot Memphis Lesllejgar ter Deansfteld Ky Glenn Bowman Portsmouth 0 Fred Jones striker Rfyansos cute their work vigorously and a great llrobablbirocovered1 those who were injured in the accidenti In1hgclt bJttisl hospitalTheer all buried near the wreck whllo those of the white persons were broughfetoJ this city J jCairomorOPol1IN+ burg wreck were recovered Sunday making 40 to date One was identifiedf as that of Joseph Redding a striker engineer of Louisville The oheiIr three were colored two men andbon woman if Cairo III April 29The bodyrei viously reported was the only I t burg victim found Monday ig I j thought there are a large iiumbqBof bodies under the wreck and a generaj dirggiloTheered have been taken from tine river just below the wreck Only one Udj was taken from the City of Pittsqj wreck Monday It was that of Mrs Emile Kupforschmidt of Cincinnatii eJ HAS DOUBLE PNEUMONIA io Congressman CummIngs Condition IIs Serious If 1 Baltimore April tTbe sz1gps tress of tho condition or Congressman Amos J Cummings of New York n n 10 is a patient at the Church home apdfin f flrmary in this city was atsgtfjinmdI Monday by the development of 4d4ujileI pneumonia Several days ago imfjpu monia developed in one luaaj n examination Mondacyy the pT revealed the fact that the o lbecome slightly affected Mr Cummings is slightly dQ1j biiIS at times but he ir still able to lake considerable nourishment and hg 5 A well The attending physicians liavtfby no means lost hope of his cacti er+ The latest complication has hoover given his Sltasw a very serious almL fI TH E NiNTRaiNFANTRYI A Farewell Banquet Given to thr 0t cers In Manila P I I Manila April 28At a farewdl1 banquet here to the officers of the thln fantry Acting Civil Gov Lgike aE Wright paid a glowing tribute to the military forces He said the aimyan der circumstances of surprising diffi culty had paved the way for the troy of the civil authority and that bnly a few cases of friction between tile two branches of government had occurred lIe said that Gen Chaffee whose opinion might at times have differed d from those of the civil authorities hall been a most loyal supporter of qlvil rulefReplying to Civil Gov Wright Gen Chaffee said that the officers or the thecQtto n an1toIBuPllrcsa CHOLERA IN THE PHILIPPINES3 The Situation There Does Not Show Any Improvement Manila April 28The cholera sjjii in the islands nyImrOementported among the American soldiers in the Camarines provinces of South ern Luzon and elsewhere but so far few Americans have been attacked andI the disease is mainly confined to na tives and Chinamen In Manila there casessi and 449 deaths from cholera while provinces report 1599 cases and 1169I deaths BLUE LAWS IN BOCTON A General Compliance With the Police i Order on Sunday Boston April 28There was a gen eral compliance with the police order enforcing the blue laws Sunday A dintricts some sales and li these can be proven 1n I Sumenforcethanct oyswerenoontime extremely quiet one for Boston Exodus From Ireland ImmigrationfromAmerica is assuming what is called alarming fore Immigrants have laytoCorkThe LoweredYManzarllilothel downgon flag hoisted its stead The American postlwas xi embarksfor F xl T A TORNADO II TEXAS Seven Persons Killed and Forty tiers or Less Hurti Much Property Was DestroyedOne Third of the Business Houses in Glenrose Somerville CountygCompletely Wrecked Dallas Tex April 29A telephone message to the Dallas News from Mor gan Tex says a tornado passed over Glenrose a small town in Somerville county between 5 and 6 oclock Mon day evening killing seven persons Injuring 40 moro and demolishing nut property The dead Mrs Carl Milan two ReySMr Ford pastor of the Methodist church Miss Mae Connell boy named Mudgegrove Mrs Gage and one other name unknown The names of the injured are u known at present Onethird of the business houses o the town were demolished Assist ance has been sent to Glenrose from Morgan but it will be morning before anything like definite particulars are obtainableThe house was badly se 1 loons were party destroyed AIlam wareroom demolished Lily I Sons blacksbuildsIngs of Hendricks Son were totally demolished Many residences were conn thve storm can not yet be ascertained Parker Kan April 29A hagstorm passed three miles south of here Monday night destroying all houses and barns In Its path and tear ingl down the telegraph line of theI Missouri Kansas Texas railroad1 Only meager reports of the storm haveI been received The dwelling of Oscar Hoyt a farmer was destroyed and hi sister and son were badly injured SOL SMITH RUSSELL The WellKnown Comedian Died of Paralysis Washington AIJril298ul Smith Russell the romedian died Monday afternoon Go hart brrn ill sov rrl months with intermittent attacks utofparalysis and last Friday night Buffered the attack which resulted in death The actors wife and his daughter Lillian and his brotherinlaw Fred Berger manager of the Lafayette the star here were at the bedside His son Robert EL Russell is on the way from Minneapolis Only recently Mr Jilt Jiad r ntfluLa ummor cottage r t I t rit thins Arrangements had been made fifor him to resume his stage work next season should his health permit He left the stage two years ago on account of tailing fsht He recovered but shout six months ago began to suffer from locomotar ataxia placne Wednesday afternoon from the yes p hemke the remains will be removed from tile hotel Tuostfiy Mr Russell was an Episcopalian and the burial service ot 1that church will be read over his remains REAR END COLLISION Gov and Mrs Yates Were Thrown From Their Berths Springfield 111 April 21A Chica go Alton coal train ran into the roartoend of an Illinois Central train in the Illinois Central yards In this city au demolished the end of the sleeper Thebes in whlcn were Coy and Mrs Yates who had Just returned from Chicago GOY and Mrs Yates and other passengers were thrown from their berths but no one was serli ously injured Nine Passengers Injured Eureka Springs Ark April 20A caboose on the St Louis North Arkansas railroad left the track six miles west of here Monday and nine out of ten passengers wore injured John N Pitman of Berryville probato Judge of the county sustained internal injuries Others received only cn and contusions Confessed to Murder Helena Mont April 29John F Greer the man who on Saturday surrendered himself Into the custody of the sheriff confessing that he was wanted In Virginia on a charge of kill1 Ing a man told his story at the county Jail Grecr says he is wanted for t killing of his cousin Stark Pierce t Gayson county Va four years ago Dinede291Vllliamn H Taft governor of the Philippine iIs- lands was the guest of honor at a dIn- ner which was held at the Yale club Monday night by about SO of his for mer classmates of Yale university On Her Annual Cruise Seattle Wash April 29The reve nue cutter Bear left Seattle Monday for her annual cruise in Behring sea and the Arctic One of the chief mis slons of the Bear Is to land 400 Siberian reindeer on St Lawrence island for the use of the natives French Election Paris April 29The latest election figures made public by the ministry of the interior shows that 248 ministerial ists and 163 anti mfnisteriallsts have been elected to the chamber of depu ties II FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington April 23SenateFormal discussion of the bill tempo rarily to provide a government for tiePhilippine islands was begun In the senate Tuesday Mr Rawlins Utah thePhllippine debateHoUseThe house Friday by a vote of 75 to 72 rejected claims attached the omnibus bill by the senate ag egatlJg 1800000 and on the heels of that action noncurred in the whole senate amendment the various items having been ruled to constitute a sin Ire amendment and sent the bill to appropriationl atWestmilLappropriatlonlions The Loudon dock charge bill was called up but was not disposed of Washington April 2ISenntelrRawlins Utah Wednesday continued his speech in the senate opposing the Philippine temporary government bill hisnspeech to a discussion of the testi Philippinesfrelating to the administra Lion of the water cure to natives and to other forms of torture indicted on the Filipinos He had not concluded his remarks when the senate adjourn seaload station in Washington was un wasstalnHouseTht house began considers tion of the sensate amendments to the oleomargarine bill A special rule for this purpose was adopted by a vote of 152 to 79 By the ruling of the chair the question of further amendment of the senate propositions vas confined within very narrow limits Slow pro gress was made The opponents of modifyitpar ticulars were outvoted on every prop osition submitted Washington April w5SenateJust before the senate adjourned Thursday Mr Rawlins Utah concluded his speech in opposition to the Philippine government blip As on previous timeyThursday to a consideration of the tes timony taken before the Philippine committee The senate passed several nnnbjet ted measures of minor impor tance and a large number of private pension bills ll sEThe house sent the oleomargarine bill to conference after agreeing to the senato amendments with some modifications suggested by the aKricultirsl committee The oppo IJI nts of the measure offered a number amendments the principal one of which was designed to place renovated butter on the same tooting with oleo margarine but they were overwhel mingly voted down The lattor pnrt of the day was devoted to the agricultu ral appropriation bill SenatesTwo speeches occupied the entire at tention of the senate Friday Mr hUllIfiriiiWMWSmtfBnftf fhbd rircWu trwHlelf enter into interstate commerce Mr Carmack Tenn one of the minority members of the Philippine committee spoke in opposition to the Philippine government bill now pending House The house passed 145 pri vate pension bills including bills toI pension the widow of the late Gen Win Ludlow at 50 a month and the widow of the late Parson Brownlow of Tennessee at 30 per month The remainder of the day was devoted to general debate on the agricultural ap propriation bill Mr Leasler N Y discussed the necessity for n new post office at New York Mr Cochran Mo the trust question and Mr H C Smith Mfcjh good roads Washington April 29SenateArt- er a brief discussion Monday the sen ate agreed to the house amendments to the oleomarharlne bill as passed by the senate The measure now goes to the president for his signature An effort was made by Mr Teller Col amend the measure so as to levy capitaldany might bo formed but it was defeated Mr Simmons N C addressed the senate in opposition to ie Philippine government bill Ho denounced the cruelties and uaroarlties alleged to have been committed on the natives by the American army The confer once report on the Chinese exclusion was adopted Consideration of the civil sundry appropriation bill was be gun but not concluded House Representative Sibley Pa created something of a sensation in the house Monday during the general deuate on the agricultural approprIa- tion bill by severely denouncing Gen Jacob H Smith for the orders he is issued in the Samara campaign Mr Sibleys speech was enthuslastlcall applauded by the democrats and wa received with some evidences of ap proval on the republican side The speech was considered me more remarkable in that it came from are publican who left the democratic par ty on the Issues raised by the Spanish war and who since has been an ardent expansionist MrI Williams dam hadhesaid Upon the conclusion of the gen tteral debate slow progress was made with the bill only 25 of the 49 pages beng disposed of The New German Cable Berlin April 29The cable ship Podblelski has been ordered to take soundings in the Atlantic for a new German cable from Eradcn to the Azores The New Portuguese Minister Washington April 29Senhor Vis conde de Alte the newly arrived Por tuguese minister called at tine state department Monday to pay his respects to Secretary Hay and will be presented to President Roosevelt In a few days CD Topographic Survey of Porto Rico Washington April 29Thc senate committee on Forto Rico Monday authorized a favorable report on an amendment to the sundry civil bill ap propriating 5000 fora topographic survey of the island of Porto Rico J I1 I IAI OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKlIANtKENTUOKY ilVEME A TRIAL when you wss j repairingVTagoni1 also keep a fall line 0- 1Undertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid IlliaV Vt stunt Coffin sad Clue which can be fitted up In abort notice and at rcaisa able prices fire me a call Bfe Shop near the Ja- tlLIVERY t 7 STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr surreysroarr 4tronage r Cask Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date I MARY BFRENDKS Cn- CITY L BARBER SHOP j To my old customers Wo arc here I110 stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try Ing to please you than vre old reliable barbers H U CAr nwEu WILL 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Duty Incumbent Upon All Christian People Sermon Itet IrnnU Urtvtlt Tnl ninge on IlenrlntrAnothera Our denaItmeourage it- IIItlNllMb Copyright MKC by Loulw Kloaschl- In this sermon Dr Frank DC Witt Talmage sfomvs that mutual helpful nc88 is a duty of f ur common human- it and especially a duty incumbent Galadens ando fulfill the law of Christ Paul was the noblest Christian martyr who over lived lie could well quot himself as an example for all his contemporaries From the very moment when his blinded eyes were opened by the goixl Ananias on the Damascus street called Straight he never rcasefl to sacrifice himself for his fellIIln Cut K important iis the lesson of vieariuiis harden bearing Paul wouldnut have his friends look to any human guide He seems to come to the nuMiil ors of the Galatinn ehureh in the same way that a stafT oflicor of the commander of a great army delivers his orders to a captain n major n colonel or brigadier general and they are orders of beneficent Import us were those that the representatives of Gen Grant de livered when they rode through the federal lines telling Sheridan and Mcndo and Humphreys nod Ord and Warren and Wright and Hartrauft to cease firing because the two national leaders Grant and Lee were meet lug under a tang of truce at Appo matt ox- Paul seems to sauThe dittyof bearing one anothers burdens is not my own command nor is it given to us by the command of etgtor John or Apollos but by the command of the great Divine Chieftain himself head the words as they were written to the rugged mountaineers who constituted the GAin linn church Hear ye time command as It is spoken for us to hear Hear ye one anothers bur dens and so fulfill the law of Christ The law of Christ Iis the law with which every Christian should IV in harmony It is the law which ought to inspire us oil Like all Christs laws it is reasonable uud is devised for the eotnmuu good John 11 Cough was able to picture the misery of the Inebriate in the blackest and the reddest colors be j cause he himself had writhed in theI lowest depths of a living inferno lie had drunk the cup of horrors to the bitter dregs He signed the pledge and hmk it lignin and again One day weak and helpless with de lirium he story in time foundry working upon a piece of iron Suddenly that bar of iron began to twist sad move In his liana like nzlUl1hagr pent In horror the delirious man dropped it and as it lay there he seemed to see it writhing and twisting upon the Hour of the foundry John B Coughs crazed brain knew it was only a bar of iron and yet there he saw it n living hideous hissing snake Ills courage broke down He thought it was useless to struggle longer ltlmt then a Christian gentleman who hind the spirit of n true bur den hearer came in and snhloUello Goiigh I saw you up at the temperance meeting last week I saw you sign the pledge We have missed you for four days I thought I would come around and find out how Ce- uare getting along God bless you Keep up the struggle Christ will help you through Those few words saved John R Gough lor time sad eternity He never touched a drop of fatal intoxicant after that Those words were the helping hand that drew him out of the ruts and pushed Him over the up grade Those few words made John 1U Gough a free manfree for time free for eternity- To bear one anothers burdens will often inspire a hopeless helpless pur poseless sinter to put forth his own energies until after awhile he gathers strength enough to help himself Rae you etvr seen u iiiim of nurses hitched to n heavy laden wagon that is stuck in tlc ruts The horses st rug gle and pull until they become absolutely helpless and can pull no more Then have you ever seen a couple of men come with some long stout bars They place those bars underneath the hind axle and begin to heave The wagon moves Then after the ruts have been passed have you ever seen the team of horses which were helpless when the wheels were stuck in the ruts eailly pull the wagon along the broad lfghways Have you ever seen a great engine fastened to the end of a lIng train puffing and blow ing with its wheels whirling around and around end yet not moving one Inch ahead That train is stalled upon an up grade Then have you ever seen another engre being fastened to that first engine by the addition of Its power draw the Irain up Then after the up grade has been passed have you seen that second engine uncoupled because the first engine was then able to do all the work Th2 great roube of this world is tome men are too heavily burdened They have Uo big a pack upon theirI backs To use the figure of the wagon or the engine they are stalled won the up grade They are stuck in the mud When they first came to aIstandstill they pulled and tugged and struggled aid the more they pulled the more exhausted they became The result was iiis 2jfcl of getting ahead they became discouraged They justI gave up all hope and lay down to dieII If you woulJ go to that wearied ande stumbling mtn and help him carry the- eload up the crossing help him out of the ruts you would not only do good 1 to ike extent to which you relieved W 1 him of his superincumbent wcigM but you would stimulate him to exert his own energies until after awhile he though weakly would be strength ened and encouraged to take care of himselfThis is an age of the specialization of talents Instead of one man making a shoe as in olden tim s a single cob ble r did it now gapes 50 ten to matte the same shoe Instead of one wnnan spinning ner own thread and weaving her own cotton and sewing her own garments each woman con centrates her power of mind upon one distinct part of an industry Civiliza tion has developed its cotton mills its cutters its sewers its fitters and its importers nnd exporters and the com bination tends to the general advan tageVe buy where we can buy the cheapest and we sell where we can sell the dearest All these results come from the specialization of talent The realization must come that some men can do things better than we We in turn in another line of business ought to do some things better than those who are not proficient in our trades A good gunsmith does not always make a crack marksman An expert yacht builder cannot always be turned into a trustworthy sea captain- Theintelligenttrarelergathersinfor mation wherever he goes When talk ing with a motorman upon the street ear with the farmer in the field with the mechanic at his bench with the sailor upon the ships deck with the engineer in his cab he can obtain an savers to questions which he himself could never solve He can always find a man who knows more in at least some special field than he himself knows no matter how intelligent the questioner might be The servant in the kitchen in all probability knows how to bake bread better than her master even though the head of the house may he the chief owner of the great Pillsbury flour mills where thousands and tens of thousands of bushels of grain are daily turned into this white substance which form the staple of every meal The sli1lut the eminent surgeon iis never lessened by seeing a carpenter handling a saw and there never comes a time when the man of ten talents can afford to de spise the lessons he may learn from the man of one talent Profioioiiej being granted to us in mental or manual abilities there Is also proficiency given to us in spiritual abilities Pertain temptations which assail one sinner do not appeal Ionother sinner One man may have it lurking propensity for t5inbling an other fur drink another fur lUentJoa ness another for sloth anther fnr profanity another for theft still n oilier fur perjury Some men are born liars Parents testify thatcertaiitehU Irvn in one family have a endTcitey to falsehoodI from their cradles other Children born in the same family never halt a disposition to prevaricate Parr ruts ran often trace the lfeS weak nesses jf their children almost from the tithe thc 0 juldneu began rte Walu tend talk They can dtst4ngnlshtrerzn satanic characterist iks as distinctly us flhewhite of black parents Of course it II- ulfplt a great dealI harder t u tell wheth er the white child has a black heart or- t black skinned child has a white heart than to tell the color of the outside epidermal covering As nearly every men Js stronger In n spiritual sense in some one way tIAU his neighbor it ought to be Jint strong mans duty to use his strength to car pensate for the weakness of his neigh bor Item and forbear is thud teaching- of the Uible This is the reason Christ sent forth His messengers two by twn This is the reason we find impulsive Peter often walking by the side of the troll poised John the gentle Mary lit ing in the saute house with her sister win lost her temper in the kitchen spirit tialicd by her own tweet ness of surd that entire household This is the way in which we can double our loved ones spiritual usefulness aril diminish their temptations to sin Hear ye one anothers burdens has a wider and deeper significance than most of us- have ever realized Members of n Christian church are in the sight of God one spiritual family and therefore have a right to ex pert help one from another Every shipwrecked mariner has a claim upon every stout keel floating the wide seas The religion of the Lord Jesus Christ cannot be hemmed in by the four walls of a religious edifice The parable of the good Samaritan teaches that we should love our neighbor as ourselves Our neighbor is not alone the friend who lives next door He is also the stranger of foreign birth who has fall en among the thieves on the road to Jericho Any traveler who is naked ahungered athirst any wayfarer who is lost upon the mountains far away from home whose guide we can be is our neighbor We as Christians have a duty to foreign missions as well as to home missions to the savage living in the jungles of Africa as well as to the heathen in the back alley half a block away from our kitchen door to the waif of the street who has fallen asleep upon our doorstep But the wotds of the text have still another application Paul was addressing the members of the Chris than churches Those churches wero situated in Galatia The members sturdy warm hearted but hot head ed mountaineers fiad internal dis pensions In the course of his letter he lays down the broad statement that each member must bear with the faults and frailties of other mem bers They should especially do this because they were brethren and members of a church family of which God was the Father anti Jesus Christ the elder brother The bondof a belief in a common Saviour certainly ought to help the members of a church family to bear with each oth rs weaknesses Worldly help their unfortunate societiesI am told that the masons i L I 11 11nIIrn I1t WU L j J pr Ihringmasonsb havecertainandclnspsI dlsPconditionDTSfib memberphavegoneuemn himself than he is to accuse Unfortunate abmI thetrulytcachessays All that wonderdfPerhapsifandinVlfPfl seentr amfuJstnI just s ladIblamelmen thetruly1 Hint Ahno He knows too much about naturetoThe old member of sos siontrill tearsattreaminrfurrowedesaysheret t followero Iughtyoung4nanguideflVotvnraplayed1 jvith Christ the Saviour did oat calla Meeting of the apostles for a her efral and make Peter demit the ministry By Ills treatment of Pe tetras sinful act Christ taught the lea Mgiof forgiveness and mercy for ting penitent wrongdoer He seer flalned Peter to go forth and feed ills lams Hear ye one anothers burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ 5s especially an appropriate lesson for Christinns to learn who take no interest in the welfare of fellow Christians who are the members of the household of faith iflsnt the thing you do friend undoneWhichAt unThwriteT1h ndArealsothatcmcryl womanly Christian fashion to bear5oJPk i upt10UIlieajftbr to bear than any other per rSorl troubles Hut if we were al loVplf as in the old legend to go to lepositUtbJ J lied inst atl4C1 take up the mior rots liC some utftt else in all prob fromfll vlirh our bucks huv hnii ne Emn0di to carry Now we vaunt Ij Infmir brother to bear his burdens 11jy Sftjlllg to pile upon his stalwart sloul ors our own burdens in aildl Jt lj4 iman ever becomes a healthy prriaDineii tally or spiritually I IIi a nehdicant bv ilioict era t inlib IFf 1r LtI S6 1 5 et there arc some uurdous tntIInreth olutely impossible for u beauilI our own strength Some of us 1m wj had so much an awful awful lot of troubleaudlI Uavo sailerod again WeI have hiidtv go to the family plot as J wtint wo weeks ago and to leave piere nflnved one The grave did Jftok sofjiig and the black hole trim- sdug so deepI Hut there is a way we San all terry our own burdens That wny Into east tlfcw upon the Lord promiited f ojply chat our burdens upon Him our wet83 th go forth like athletes stripped helpjrliarntsfts their burdens r Let n s return to the good old run try times when every one helped every Jflier person in the community In Those good old times everyone was ready to halve a friends sorrows as Well as double a friends joys When the wedding bells began to ring the yung girls the friends of the bride need to come from the village and decorate the church altar with the plclcdIS ments friends would serve the wed ding sake friends would help the young people furnish the new Tjome friends would bear the burdens the happy burdens of joy Then when trouble came the same friends would come in and help the invalid they wbnld pour out the medicine they would close the eyelids in the last sleep they would sit up all night long with the dead they would sew the shroud and carry the ensket and dig the grave The same friends would throw into the grave the sods which wduld fall upon the eoffln lid The same friends would raise the head stone Friends the same friends who orite plucked the orange blossoms w cJpressret friends of that kind Together let us help one another over whatever difficulties ma- ybtet W have a share to hear and aswe bear it we fulfill the law of the gospel which in the language of tilt says Bear ye one myIII ofll Christ ar illq not merely our own but an I others in lifting up from the bowed ant stooping shoulders the heavy load un1t er which the bearer is ready to sink teach out your strong hand of helpfulness and with a stout heart give a mighty heave and the added burden will seem light in your grasp Dd it and the sunshine of heaven will irradiate many a darkened home Bo itt and countless multitudes will be Ie3 into the kingdom Do it and the angels will rejoice the celestial por tarts will open to your vision and the Saviours smile will encourage the stork that shall hasten the millennium and usher in more speedily the day at Hill coming ji1 if t t t t HitI 4 StJacobs Oil r T e grardert remedy in tre Weld f te ause it never tads to clO- reRHEUItATIS1Iit NEURALGIA SCIATICA PLEURISY HEADACHE I TOOTHACHEFACEACHE FACEACHEBACKACHE BACKACHESTIFFNESS STIFFNESSSORENESS SORENESSSPRAINS 4- II And all 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