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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r v Aj n 1 y 4 rart rMi r- 4a Jh I s 7 4 t 0- i THE r HICKMi COIJRIERI N- 1r ESTABLISHED I NO25 T i CASH CASHn CASHI shIGroceries in the biifijT which I am selling as low as the lowest for Cash and Cash only also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness which will bo sold at rock bottom prices Call and examine mv stock and be convinced Eo 3fIIfZP411lA r II Q3iY s hoL M Sl I UGLY CHARGE C AniRESTEDORDERLY HOUSE ftransferf t I ugly charge of running a disorderly house in which several women aro con i MondayComplaint i j j I Averitt aud tho manner in which tho s place was conducted by l auk Crows j j j i Crews alleges that he visited the plat i t and two of the women heid him while i I two men tried to rob him but he suei ceeded in freeing himself andescaPiu notUiwlUaor+q son to raid the place Two ofhN women were arrested and tried before Tr Judgo Carr who tined them 810 and gave them until midnight to leave th city Tho their 1JLosettaf Blythfo e iu the krgbbcdt tr house was conducted in tho wood yard I of the Averitts on Main streotFulai ton Leadert1I I f You will never wish to take another OIlUmberlains I y f aro easier to take and moro pleasant iu f 1effect They cleanse tho stomach and f regulate tho liver and bowels Per sale s 1 by CJpwgill Cowcill f i Y TO BE MISERABLE FOLLO THESE RULES If you wish to bo miserable sit down thanICompare your circumstances in li I with those of your wealthy neighbor placeForget reuiem= her all your trials Dont feel obliged to work but con sidor that the world owes you a living Ieyou could make it hotter If there are any poor and suffering tselgP r them childoforget that you werrfouo yourself butCrownmeetegive to any charitable object t save all your money you may n cit some lime yousbut blame him for not doing ore Chooso for your associates those who re as near like yourself as pOsec how much sunshine yon oa Keep out of other peoples lives If you follow strictly all these ruleyou will surely be miserable yoursolf and help to make other people so ATTENTION FARMERS gradelof 1 Hot Weather 1 j BarqainsinDryGoodsWash Goods We show the bet llinG in town Lawns Dim ities Gingham Crashes Madras Etc from 5 to 50c per yard a Ladies Knit and J s 1 Muslin Underwear Ladies Knit Shirts and Drawers at 5 to 2 c Muslin Underwear we are selling more than ever before Corset Covers at 25c to 75c Under Skirts at 50c to 200 J Chemise at 50c to 150 t 75tLadies antoi Misses Slippers WQ are having a nice trade on our Ladies Oxfords J I in Dougola and Patent Leather I Oxfords 35- 0Gents Sandals laid Colonials at LaceR Furnishings We show an uptodatle line in Gents eariE DNoglige15- 0Clothing New line Gents Flannel Suits Goats and Pants for hot weather at o 6 Rand 10 Straw Hats We show the nobbiest line of Gents Straw Hats in the city at 25c to 200 o Baltzer Dodds llllll ii J t r- i IIT ISA FORMIDABLE INDICTMENT In the published outlino of the 1i asking for au injunction against the six great packing houses supposed to constitute the Beef Trust which is to be flied in the U S Circuit ourt infillsago in the name of the United Slat iianindictmentquestformidables j of results satisfactory to tho people jj The fact that tho eminent lawyers who framed tho bill regard it as i puhon The action desired on the part of con Humers and retailers is a proceeding lOjg yigorous 1 hud aggressive that the Iu truth of the alleged Beef Trust shll bo developed There is no wish for oe press vo action If the six great pacfe1 1 fug firms aro not in a combine which prevents coniputitiou and places con Humors and retailers at their mercy thWe event the defendants will not suffer and tho people vill bo well content 0 the other hand if the fact of a trns formation iis proven the comprising the trust must bo broken up compellefthe lute of tae laud Protection iin thoir rights Is all that the people de maul iCures When Doctors Fail sited Frank CJnassow Patterson La taalurifever1 uhllertreatlllrntstopped taking thoir medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle ThenLonghtcompletelycurl1fvfurnishingaud honestly recommend it to thoso dsuffering surdut L P W S Elliwrs HOUSEnWashington Post General 13ir6bnrtiHarty BlngTjam J induratethattemperamentr of the tho House although by no menu j iudoteswillsomeentered Congress more than a quarter of a century ago and has sorvpiclaonf llJf 1only IIUC The tiltfit5 Un m n ITIthe0e modest gentleman from the First Penn sylvania District but there is no more influential member in tho lower house although ho dog uot indulge iu J of oratory and thrill tho with lofty petards the affairs I his constituents do not suffer and h- variably e gets there 4 ji i j WILLIAM 1 BRYAN WOULD RATHER UE AAltOJf 1Hn MUSES TO TUB DEMOCRAT PARTY Birmingham Ala May 4t J Bryan and GOT William Jouniul- of I Florida were the guosts of the Birm ingham Biuietaliic Club at a banquet at the llillman hotel last night Man Ij presenUnrlug i that he would not again be a candidate for the presidential noininatiuii In reforriuy to the subject he likened him self to Aaron who he said aistellof j Moses in leading the children out f j the wilderness by his public utterances j Ho said ho was perfectly willing to lot some other poison take tho part of MOROB h Wlint Thin Polls Need j Is a greater power of digesting aud assimilating food For them Dr Ktiigh evr Life Pills work wonders They i ne and regulate the digestive organs ytornI i make healthy slosh Only 2ic at Cov gill S Cowgills JNA BACHELOR Trust a woman to trust a man It makes a woman awfully lundsos not to have somothiug once in so oft to fit down and have ft good cry over A woman will marry a man for lei self and learn to lovo his riches afterward but she seldom nears ies him for riches and dtarns to love him for hi selfIf men did not gut into trouble and have women stand by them they would never know what it is about worn n that makes men sometimes want totfor them There was never a rich old skinflintt who nt some time in his life would uot ofJt1 know a dollar from n penny i Stands Like u Stone Wall j Between your children aud the tortures of itching and burning eczema scaldhcad or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Am Salve earths greatest healer Quick cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In ICowgillCowgill 1 TAXPAYERS GALLERY i1 Pirns man walked into the 111v k l s gallery Whom do you doe asked Doorkeeper Mann y Particular said the Isom p a Seliin I think t frhere replied Maim gently JplkSry is reserved for the press poas inau swelled up IPMo understand I will sit whore1t f Ssaid I am a taxpayer nod fshare of this Capitol- sH nIfeplied Man why didnt y are a taxpayer it s bWef have u RPeetal 6nthe ryens tile right this wayjj d filed him to tlso Iroblic 6a11e ize him a Scat The pompo lrxyJhcre iu cunsciuns triumph allth frIIOOn t r BARKIS IS WILLIN Kit- A W Utley of EddvrJo intlegalIl Jn intorvigvtPOllltchemgovernor Theliijir thha thtutpart that friendsg hisdli i SillJ Fourteen ticiatiIJ sayrtibla constantlyJIconfit3trI trChirGerlaitssY dIanricd aijm1 tosotWhtI y tsfar Sale by Cowgill Cowgill r1m LATE PIII P PINE WAR tl1utUIQ9aiWllSI GovernorT ansthefigtlgameInJAguinaldsoI ftnpoftJ resistance The war must be 6yr1jccanse Uoixii orlhril1fL i i ftfr t itsthe 111I nnlnlPpy struggles IiJF1 1 tls vttfmtuattsytita Himu wo were WashingtouPcstt ANOTHER PIE HUNTER Judge Lawrence B Atuiersou of Mayflcld is considering becoming a candidate for tho State Senate from the diStrIct composed of Fulton Hickman auu Graves Counties Senator J Dnirfri ropreseutedlfiis argaly Democratic and nomination isiuivalont to election lie is ut pseilt Deputy State Insurance Com idrssaouerhulbn Lender iJrevoals A steal Secret startlinguphysicianssw viy fur Consumption Heres the stot It outs out the phlegm and lifctthedu hfrnstubborn coughs soon yield to Dr Km us New Discovery the most in fa llible remedy for all Throat nut Lung ilSl andilSl l If LOUISVILLE WilL WIN Cto At a meeting hold Friday evening in j sESuisvillo relative to raising a fund to inn thousand dollars for holding the stdt o fiir in Jefferson county it was ifgreod to raise the amount and to do it llllCk It was necomry to raise that 1l10luit of money in order to secure the fifteen thousand dollars appropriatedL utntl fair I I j r THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST j theaequestion i uiThe TWICEAVEEK REPUBLIC TI nerds cheap as it is possible to sell a Ij firstclass newspaper It prints all the i tityews that iis worth printing If read it all tho year round you 011II posted on all tho important and I esting affairs of tho world It is fiat and most reliable newspaper thoII money and brains can produce uJuisbillgtraitst to be road by all members of tho faunly subscription price 51 a year Any I ewsrtealer newspaper or lwillrecoiyo your subscription or yo miL mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC f St Louis Mo f Tho people do not appear to have idmitvicawiteat0d anSaltnttec1micalitiesii- Icident so called has not been closedI Itmever will be iy T i ITS ONLY A QUESTION Thcrcisour nifty be hard to choose among so many attractive articles but once CUlldelelldrightan f PRE1AIL + 1 JU i on a bigryrylllalgi i Special pieces 01 complete suits as you desire Gall and see them r Morris Phillips Hickman Ky L vWhooping Cough experiencewithprecntan itShobabyboyChamberlains oftlWlrmuchbetttrparents tid not use this remedy Our oldest little oneJwoBid call lustily for whoopsSeteslecRemedy is for sale by Cowgill Ci Cow gill ITAil TERSELY TOLD ChicaKO Tribune March 1 1 Advertising for girl to dot typowrfling 130 8 Violets for new typewriter 50 00IG20 Miss nel1lin tons salary 15 00 20 Candy for wife and children o2 90liosRemington1 c 4 00 762i2P Theater and supper with Daisy 19 00 80 Sealsktit for wife 25 uu Silk dress for wifes njothifr 50 00 30 Advertising fur young man tf do tvjiwritini 1 II I POINTED PARAGRAPHS Wit without wisdom is sauce with out meat ictory4 flaysbntagoes on woniadtearsargument- There ia i aname cgingi soliciting practiciugphysician ofJdschurch abouttheman who is girlish You any1hing y world who can tonch you something old j Fortune mauSdoor r saloon tolling what he would do if ho r viThererofraiufrom a E E Reeves aLeatherIlob yon know Us reputation J Jwl1y riO1 t s You Open Your Eyes o And look about you Dont you see that I am selling all kinds of r Family Groceriess at such reduced prices that it does prove that you masse money to buy at CASH Prices This is not blow or mere talk but the real fact Talk to any number of 1peoplo your neighbors and ask then if I havnt sold then more for n dollar than credit houesIcan afford to sell Why do you want to cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable them to take the chances on giving credit to others This is the point I sell strictly for cashno favorites hut 1rgive you more goods and as good quality for the same money Dont doubt this and waste your money elsewhere but come and see mo acid Test Prices 0 Also I am agentfor the S IR1S PAINTS Not the cheapest in price but the best ajul most dur able 1ii Guaranteed by Simmons Mon0 CUE THRELKELD 1- T r z liliict11fle111 rJ GlllZfCtY r y 1 r RENOUNCEMENTS POle CO1liCFHS We Are authorized to announce SAMUKT ChCBStASD rif Graves county Ile a cacdiiuiite to represent alto 1st Contgressional District in the Honsoof the udxt Congress of the United States His cnndidacy is sSb ject to the action of the Democratic party Confederate Home The Trustees of the Ky Confederate Home met in Louisville on the 7th and perfected organization electing lIon Rennet Young President Col Fayetto Hewette Treasurer fcc They advertised for proposals for j site and locution for the Hone not less than 80 am Tho roport of Ithe Treasurer showed that 16038 had been collected It is proposed to raisei 25000 altThe Irish Revolution Ireland is now threatened with anoth beenera long tim to call hack years when these bravo generous dissatisfied people were ubt in tho throes and excitement I of some agitation but tho impending I ono promises to bo bloodier than an for many years The last of this month more than 10000 Irish tenants are to be evicted trom their homes and the Irish League with more than 100000 members and an accumulated fund of many thousands of dotlars propose tto forcibly resist the British constables and police when the work of eviction is commenced This will necessitate the euiploymeot of British soldiers Both skies are organized and ready for the fray We suppose it will be the same old story over and over again f the past 100 years some killed many thrown in prison and the British victorious TitTo Cure Husband An Indiana woman whose husband and who alsowas an habitual drunkard habitually beat and mistreated li wile The patient long suffering wife resolved to even herself with her mean husband and so when ho came home drunk as usual and gave her the bent ing as usual she bore it all helplessly until he fell into a dead stupid drunk l en sleep She got a plow line and tied his hands arms feet and leg securely and then rolled him over and out into the cow lot where tho cow was sprinldedle off and salt enough rubbed into him to cure him of wife beating This is a kind of bovine massage treatment that r we recommend to all ladies similarily f situated 4f Hit Levee Prospects The Mississippi River Commissi- iimeets in St Louis about May 24t and then allotments of money will made to the different levee companies on the Mississippi from Cairo to New Orleans for tho work of 1902 The leyk0o will then advertise the contracts on each levee according to the money allowed him for 30 days and then award the contracts when work will begin Probably such work will commence about July 1st Capt Winslow the government engineer in charge says that whatever amount is allotted the Hickmau and Tiptouville Levee Ihe will commence rightaway this year to build the levee and build as far us 3 the money allowed will permit We hope that wo willget the 200000 and complete the entire work thisyear but the expectations of some is that it will be given out in allotments ofso muchI each year for 4 years tfitThe Decaying Boss utadoStwould not be u candidate for President on tho Democratic ticket in 100J u+ ItlacksMmouthan uy nounccmeiitto thesamo effect There forhimBryneveran Dcniuraticexistence If there is anything in pot WilliamJenningsDemocratic nominee for President Bryvmay say relative to whether ho will or will not be a candidate can hardly heIregarded as of supreme importance Some papers are FO deep dyed in enmity to Mr Bryan that they cant be satisfied whether ho will or ho wont In all truth Mr Bryan is a most woni derful almost matchless magnetic t leader do other kind could have heM six mullion voters in line through tw6 successive disastrous campaigns butI we agree with tho above that his day is gone not because of the man but because tho issue that gave vitality to those great campaigns is dead These papers who so bitterly assault Brya personally only strengthen him wit I tho six million voters who followed 1 him to two defeats 1 1 1 r- i tY y p lJ EiidWe are now packingand shipping11- i our stockt To save this 1otuesubl goods at far below1 their valuel t COME and1 see W BooksALL1 Jewelery Cigars Pictures Musical1 Instrumentst Scgc First Come First Served 1 Do Eto WLSON COL Cheeka j Many of our people know and 10 member Frank Oheek who is iow I editor of tho Paris Teen Parisian Wall Frank is a new editor but unlike some now editors he doesnt believe ho is called upon to reform Ithe whole world nor oven his own town in I nnyII und all particulars In the last i saystAs to tho question What about j I I bucket shops we hayo this to sty So far as we are concerned they may run ij all tho bucket shops barrel mills arid I frown factories they please Wll ureII i not called to preach 1 1 certain olassos I of business are wrong lot the prulachers- y t ttake the mutter up They are pout fortiit We are paid to get news Iwouldt and battle for what the ministers nr+ paid to battle for If you will guiintn tee a kneed income and give its n luKhu to live in we will make it so hot in town for all kinds of vice that Xaahville Chattanooga d St thoII Railroad will have to throw wet hlanttIets over their cars as they 1nnFS through I I to prevent the paint from boin I scorched and the streets will nee sprinkling story five minutes t t t orAdmiral Sampson Dead Rear Admiral William T Sampson died in Wl1shir ton City Tuesday evening last after au illness extending over man months Admiral Sampson was generally acknowledged to be the most thoroughly educated anti bet equipped officer in the American Navy is1t the beginning of the late war with Spain ho was promoted by tho authori tics at Washington to tho command ot the American fleet over tho heads of many older and good officers At tho battle of Santiago duty called Samp son off to a consultation with Got Shafter in command of the American glaud forces and during his absence th great Naval engagement was fought and won Admiral Schley being next i command and immediately in tho thickest of that great fight Sampson for not conceding credit to Sohley was terrifically censured by the American prohut tuuauaulwawa1 ++ lriiM that it was Sampsons mind that planned and his genius that won that gee victory Be this as it may the AmeriI can Navy has lost a great officer in his death but an immense part of th American people believe that to Schley belongs tho credit of the San tiago victory ontt t OROSSLAND FLOGS THE RING bePooAto Apparently With Him lion Sam II Crossland a Demo cratic candidate for Congress a fairly good sized and representative audience at the Court Houue ruestlaI His speech was well received and liberally interspersed with applause showing at least that a large number of those present heartily endorsed his speech His speech was altogether de voted to handling the work of the District Committee of seven of that Corn mittee in manipulating the call for an early primary election at the beck uu iinterest of his opponent lit James lie churned that they constituted au I organized ring of political tricksters Knowingly defying and seeking toII thwart the will of the people as to lair opportunity to make their choice for Congressman He charged that tho Committee in the interest of Mr James had laid down a bound policy as to who litstrlctsoI the primary whereas in other Kentucky and throughout the country pokeyaytt 1 could gain strength from honest men i everywhere He argued that it U8Ij the voters who were wronged by the early primary May 24th because it deprived there the voters from hearing theai peoplermight know what tho candidates were primaryti nouuuoeanwho might not represent the voice of our people upon important issues Besides May 24th was a time when ttho farmers of the District were busy aJdnot likely to go to the polls in forco I 1to vote In conclusion he urged the ipeople to condemn these rings and cliques and the only way to do so was I logo to the polls on May 2thIGen MacArthur seems inclined to the opinion that most of the constitu I annual rights hews been given to the na tijpi of the Philippine Islands Perhaps Ii the General can tell us then whether t subjectshI I j IhetUnitedj Closing i I Out Sale3 II have decided to close Cm t inv eiitiiv toekof IDtYt Goods Notions Shoes and1 Slip andt1 COSTa- I I moan what I i toabargainsJl yardworth GcAb oc worth G A nice lot of the newest shades in IDF1SOOb5will 1 be sold Cheaper than was wer known before 7c Lawn to go at 5- 12c Lawn to go at SIc Lawnsoto go at lOco bn0 c Lawns to oo at 12J irBig lot of Dress GjllJhnlllTlO lOc goes at Me worth30c1 A ttnlIfn W isinJnftft wpitli 5 rgolng 1 at luc Mercerized Mousseline ti1 OrthOe matworth 20c J2eforSeLadiesI 150SJC GIwillbeI Ladies and Misses ShoeJfind Slippers from 50c to 150orth 1 loqltoi 2rJ- Mens 1racedI Boys and Cliildrdns Straw sold at nOc on tho dollar yardnsper LpD1SIMMONS CORNSdR dft+ d+iIi+ l k I HdntOO M +t +M+ IiI 1Buildingf t Material i I xzt BEHI of I II4ifBuilders Hardware 4K +z Paints Oils etc 4 g + ES1DU L I 1HSfCHEERFULLY Jr FU1t1lshl Enffp FEED STUFFS r 4Hayetcxof f fofiiLP WSlIison Ii d Ip i+ P J440tof1oj Sprint Aliments There is an aching and tired feeling becomesluggish I Unllairednotunbihoufeelingthatnecyigill- elnrintlwiullrnmuhationofIIerbitiewillsecrotiousarieffectjafalltissUCSarnligheI at L P W5 I ElhsonsJ2J JZ J y 1 1 I HEAD CUT OFf AiTEMPED TO HOP A TRAIN IllS FATTIER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE AND HIS MOTHER MAY DIE oldboyIifreightafternoon severalboytoward Bardwell A freight train came tohoptown Young Brown alsoJ attempted to board the train and was thrown be ncath The Wheels passed oyer him severing his neck from his body and awayHisto the hone of his father near Arling todayMrI tragicdeath I I himself under the same train and corn mit suicide but friends prevented him doing it The mother of the young j boy was prostrated from tho effects of l the death of her son and is now in a t serious condition It was thought that j she would die during the day The I promiuent i I It is intimated that the inborn on the Philippine question will become more general in the United States Senate j than it has been that time Republicans j will abandon their reserve and send i rapine hot shot acrosi the center aisle of Senatorifrellcr i Knot vet been intelligently answered as j o whether the people of Porto Rico and 1 orsubjectsj fl3IyI MlN WAGON CO lfCTIIURS OK TIIK CKIFI1KATEH rj lKKr JAN WA = O Sp + P FINE SHOES HAVE t n THE FLOOR r W art ready to m vt the Ladios who want line footwear C5 66OXFORDS 1K SLIPPERSIll COLOIflLS t SHOES OF ALL KINDS f And tin prices lower than over for High t rJrade Shots b tk Baby Shoes in all Grades MensS foesfpeectshaoeJ and Styles In Patent Kid Velour Calf Vici Kid and Box Calf 350 a- JlHir1 You need not judge only of the fit we protect you in points of style and service Its to our interest to sell you good shoes Alvays yOUt 1Y QX7rs WrJI h hQ Q SHOE Store RICE NAYLOR t I Hickman I IKy I I 1 I 3 IIA EASY ROCKER IN THE CORNERI =si- s within the reach of all it advantage pricosThenwhichwedesignsnuitsbeatevjry liklir fordStyleevery choice idea and were positive thatyoull be delighted with time reasonable Prices OAK s CANROCKERS8sc OAK COBLLER SEAT ROCKERS FROM 165 to 650 d STEPHENS SMITH HICKMAN C KENTUCKY c r i i II Iiir i r i 1 u I i t Back From Market and ed For the second time this season and we secured some ofSer the best bargains it has yet becn our privilege to show you 25 pieces Fine Quality PercdleJuquality we offer at 1 I IWeThe Stylestare the very best bight mid ifark Shades L j Wash SilksJoeJOCh z I Qufilities worth 35c AVo secured some IIt r I 2 small lots only nncl offer them now at i atit+ 11 1 Fancy oseshaI Ladies Fancy Hose fine quality sold r64 nlajly at X10 50c We secured some closing out I ItoI uncIoffEl them atCot ire the very best and newest I In caes BARgAIN 0EMRTMEMT I to We some speciallygood i thingsutEmbroideries i 5 yard pieces oc 12 10 yard pieces lOc and Ladies Black Hose 4 A special bargain at 10c Fine quality usual price 15 20c tug Misses and Childrens HosediI IThebest 10c Hose it has agar boon your good fortune to secure I AExtraI r I Towels Extra large size Turkish Bath and Honeycomb Towels lOco I These are the best values we have ever shown in Towels a Millinery rOfrweref c olude tho newest and latest things out I rt y Wt are making extremely low prices on those goods i t I ELLISONS i 1 iThr II 1 r u u i 1 I I II i cc- on C i C J t 1ClT L 4c C CK7 7httyttyty cs t N C ST T4It R SCHEDULE toi LEAVE hICKMANTNo3 Leaves 205 p m NoOLLeaves 750 p m t No 65 Leaves 700 a nit ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 1JO pm No 92 Arrives 7i20 n m I No 54 Arrives 840 p m Mr Roy Clark has gone to Nashville I to attend Draughns Business College Mr Ernest Reed ot Clinton visited friends in Hickman SundayIProf J C Cheek has been reelected President of Carr Institute Fulton A goodman in a good place R G Corsets never stretch sold only at AMBERGS- Dr I I A S Daboney will preach at the Christian church Sunday April 11 See the ad of D E Wilson C Co in this issue Judge Lawrence B Anderson of May- field it is said will be a candidate for j State Senator from this DistrictFul ton Hickman and Graves Mrs Mot Ayers was awarded the t second prize in the Floral parade of theI vi hairii Ski txThebest lire of black dress goods we i have eyer shown H C AMUKRG 1 Mr Mack Dunn of Miss and Miss r Ethel Dunn of Wingo Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs Bob Layne- Thec111broitlery club meets this evening with Mrs Nannie Kiugmau i Mr John S Dillon who is atteudin commercial school in Louisville is a- y home for a weeks visit l Revo has goue to r Henderson Ky to attend the CouncilI of the Episcopal Church of tho Diocese of Kentucky ru The M O railroad has been suedl for 82000 for bringing the small pox = into Hickman County Does this mean I that each purchaser of a railroad ticket must be provided with a health certifl s cftto betore he boards a train R- qt iJiJ t tl 1 Ii 11L I effectsiTO some thing worse than that to bring about a Mother Hubbard revival R C G Corsets aroguaranteod not to sold at AMBERGS The Kentucky girl who started out fiddle her father into Congress has campaignhethink in the political line for tho old gentleman in this state she will probably leave her fiddle at home and take a guns ent You will find Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGS County Clerk Luten on yester day issued license for the mar riage of Albert Norris and Miss Mary Stewart both of Mississippi county Mo W New line of R C G Corsets at- AMBERGS I Mr J W Roney the comptent and ncciinmodatiiig attorney hnst been assisting County Clerk Morris this term of the court when not engaged as an attorney PLOW POINTSMTake your Plow Points to George Buck and halo them sharpened two L for 25 cents The tariff may be coming on rapidly as a political issue but it will have toa hump itself to keep ahead of the Philippine questionH LAu cd The Hickman B C L Assooiation meets next Thursday night 15th in Courier building Scientists say that war is necessary to keep the people thinned down but General Smith appears to have forgot ten to put that in as an extenuation of his kill and burn order thattthe Crumpacker on le restriction of tho right of suffrage will not pass Messrs Crumpacker Dick and others who have been active in favor are said to still entertain hopes Anyhow it is to bo presumed that they will keep t1an agitation fir campaign i purposes BRICK FOR SALE Good Brick at675 on the yard Apply to HRUTLEDGE J 492t I Hlckmnn Kv sC I E 290 I 1 39 II C W Styles secured to II THE Thatll EUS OP FULTON COUNTY leanssEducational j hold its nuural meeting in South 1 ul1 i i IIcxtendprorecdtogsprogramme has been prepared and teachers from all purts of West crud and Middle Tennessee will be present hothrrcnnesstpres and a grand educational rally is expected Through the teachers of I West Tennessee nUll Kentucky want the twinsister States to weII thlbanneraheartyII COOK President W T E Rives AII NOTICE- Is hereby given to all persons indebted the firm of M B Shaws Sons to satfactoryi accounts- M B SHAW There are now two general stores abel Connellys Lauding tt county John Stowo and A S Bark itseft Co Tho bottom country is ginning to boom Guitars Mandolins and Violins j few left D E WILSON R Co I I A revival meeting at tho Methodist SrdayI in largo congregation tII The pastor Rev Warterfield and Key Mr Thomas of Tiptonville are con ducting the senicesiBuggies with rubber tirers BupguV with steel tires Buggies for the i ich ii stylefvalueforrobes and whips are also of the highest grade Call and examine no trouble to show yon through ssJ BAURY andLuther cdinKniglihotelpm arteryinceived many bad bruises Dr Cohn woundBothhereI IFULTjNc CIRCUIT COURT The Alati f9rru of the Fulton Circuit Court began Monday Judge Robbins Cam Ott prestDtThecourt progress fairly tall though some of the mqgt important eases continued to the term VISITING ATTYS Ed rhotnns HersheUSmithLss rrllullock R ja Flatt R Smith Ji II Shelton Clinton ld5fnifield WlIStow WA Brown Geo Glaser J A Miler J Qpfttterson J P Thomas E Thomas L M Bacon W P Burnott S Lovelace J C Roper U tD Leech n R Walker Ferguson T A Elliott Julian 13 HenryDuets Helmiii M 4jjborry R A Bondurant II Atli erg JOG Carter E F Davis H Twos WM Moore E C Brad Wni Bockmnn Joe A Roper f Com V8 Ed Smith charged with killing Q Plain Robins at Fulton continued rn vs Will Watson charged with killing Jot Trees continued Lock Bjrevard charged with selling elliclrtttirkew fined tOO each in five l Chas H Wilson charged with selling illicit whiskey acquitted Ed lltlluett was Hued 20 for cruelty animals Will Bennett tined 50 for shooting randomMrs ttic lioleomb granted a divorce for Charles llotoouib Mrs Mollie Mooney vs T S Mooney a month for Inn nUi nance allowed case continued Com vs Harry Carter detaining a woman against her will acquitted Com vs Will Kellersoii false swear acquitted The Grand Jury had returned no in up to noon yesterday ll parties indebted to as must ctrl tlacI1inI D B WILSON A CO iIt i f ELECTION NOTICE f0h V 9th the Trustees of Hickman Ccfllcg r will elect teachers for t he next- sglibohoar Poisons wishing to apply DSition will please send in written nrIJ il HciiBu hairwar X31r rartcr of this county clinpod 17 Sheep with n yield ill0 pounds Who can beat it St Long Worlds Fair has been postponed to 11uy 1st 1C04 fine sit liariitss HICKMAN I HANDLE STJOHDBSI IWILL rm YeatordayI The wd pfv nao received in Hick man yotrday IIllrniilg that Will Handle cunnmtted suirid in Paducah Wednesday hy taking morphine and died from its effects at 7 a m ThnrsI day The particulars leading up to the unfortunate deedare not known to tbtI writer He had recently sold out his business tatemts in HRkiuan and hftI herewith the announced purpose of reentering the U S army he having beeu a soldier in the Philhpiuea It is said by some of his associates that h had been very despondent on leaving asserting that only two alterrut were before him to join the army lr o I die but these associates did u t seriously consider his words He wo a young man of tine business utliti catious noble hearted and giniivns to a fault a true friend but i younj Ulan who did everything anoliiltl cry thing from impulse and un vt r lS we i believe contemplated ur intended to wrong any human lriuu Words are not equal to the rxpniou of the proper sympathy to the tviivd mother and other relative s in this A1 lieroaye mont I The funeral will ocrnr M i iiy K ani at the residence of hip uother Mrs C L Raudi STMC by KIder Jenkius E K Reeves t Co Carrn tit largest assortment in styles V11t now in stock about 25 different tI s of linsj giese A burglar entered tin nidence of Dr Hugh Prather WlJIlay night when the Doctor and his wife were visiting a neighbor The Imrglar had turned on the electric lilt was help ing himself to clothing c when the family returning citered the front door the burglar escaping through a widow Mrs Pmt her hal a plain view of the thief a ngro man but did not know him He was pursued down the street dropping stolen articles along the way but made hi escape See the line of wash goods at AM UEHGSII The work of building a Rectory on the grounds of the Roman Catholic church is commencing We expect to see Father Minch installed in the new Rectory in about six weeks t The church has not quiet enough j money to complete the building as i I planned and those desiring to do a good act can do so by aiding in he i worthy object i i The Philadelphia Times says the iis no doubt that the maintenance of an efficient navy is of more imyortance I to the United States of America than I that of a large army Of course It takes years to build warships and a longtime to educate men to sail and fight them We can get up nay army for service in defense or any justt I imtIiiahfKL ifiiyijiiUp rQ pifOjiiiijirt tJ till maintenance of a large standing army in time of peace in an original1 princiyle of our government It is one of tho principles that wiI be promin ently con idQlM in the coming return to the original ideas of the republic There must be such a V loto E E co fski y r NO EXCUSE FOR THIS SWINDLE The Grosveaor Shoddy bill nooeenr ily has the support of every man who believes in honest business methods The bill does not propose to stop the manufacture and wale of shoddy Those who want to manufacture cloth out of old rags and waste scraps of the wool eo mills and those who want to sell cloUung of such materials will be at fnlrnberty nmltrthe bill to do so JBnt they In h t label their imitation wares fr jutj what they are mark theta as shoddy and palm them off as woolen goods AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of IVrfnmes Toilet Waters Snaps Talcum Powders Face Powders Etc can be found at Swaynes Drag Store SEED CORN FOR SALE A tine lot of seed cornJohn Ringwood Mr J Pierponl Morgan has been ad visci d to search the Scriptures It is to lie hoped though that if he finds monopolizetners in the world ns wicked as Mr Morgan in the abstract but without the affluence to cultivate or restrain their badness lI B SHAWS SONS CashGrocery A COMMISSARY EXCHANGE It appears that the breakfast which President Roosvclt gave to Senator Hiinna and PoBtmnBterGeueral Payne was merely the informal return of a courtesy same as is practiced among folks1 Presidents of the United States Senators In Congress Postmasters Generals have appetites just like other people Some of them eat prod igiously It iis understood that the Chief Excdutivo especially has a digcs tiou that ginger snaps and ice cream soda would make no impression on TK E Reeves A Co sell Bjgie that you cant beat in proe or grade FIXNG THE WHEAT MARKET The New York hanks are beginning to talk about a tight money market to anti that louns have been extiided as far is prnclvaiv will allow pod this iis mi doubt true hilt doesnt it semn odd that prud ace tb it is cnusinc money to oeconi carte should have come to the trout jjust before thu time for the whoit crop to be movedL t money bescar e and railroad rates firm easilyimoneyml market wIltttin rite market and tn ceits it bushel llH4 to the farmers If you viut ti latest tthiuL in slip per sec tine llv I1 Rid lilllat AMIUBGS OSrlDe where in Hikniin on 1Jla I lLcl1niWu1r de rewarded t II 1 Kt11tBY FOR SALE OR TltDmDisk cultivator for corn SH good as new J O BARNES =ox o c k 1 M Q TWO QARLODSU f jVe have two ear loads of strictly high Buggies aaid the selling them finder a guarantee for one year under ordinary use o andatcxamino our stock before you buy null we will pave you money Seltlbeyou st1st and we will scud you home iin a newR lathy doe or Anchor Bugsy with a of it regeneration this grade Hel1derS8 Succesors REEVES I KENTUCKY F s o tttt PROCEEDINGS Hickinan Ky ilas 5th 1902 Council mot iu regular session Present Mayor Dillon Councilmen Beckbam Brevard Swayne nUll Ltd ford Minutes oi the last meeting were ou motion approved and signed The following accounts were present ed properly approved and on mon allowed and checks ordered issued for amountsC painting City Hall roof 43 45 squares 35c 15 35 R B Brevard repairing City Hull roof 1 00 Tom Dillon Jr Street pay roll 141 24 Light line pay roll 21 40 Report of Supt of Water and Light Plant for April 1002 Bat In Treasury April 1st 120 02 Water and Light revenno collected during April 401 10 Amt collected far material and ropairs 12 00l it33 2 Paid Geo Buck S5 per cent of 5101 10S8 1093 Paid material and re pairs and Sept Com 81 ti2 41270 Ual in Treasury May 1st 8120 97 Tom Dillon Jr Supt The Supt also Sled receipt from Geo Buck for 340 93 being 85 per centof revenue collected for water and duringAprilReport of City Treasurer for April 1902 GEN HLxn Acer 20ToGOTo00To66BrBal to credit this acct May Lit 140 37 WATER AXI LIGHT BOND Acer To bal per March report S G70 83t To amt reed of Hioldml inn OUToMerchants Bank 70 00 mByBal to ciedit this acct 885 88 CITY HALL ACCT 14ToBal to credit this acct 101 Gl TOnj timejinstructedtoand pay off one City Hall Bond as soon as there is snfiicient money to the credit of the City Hall account to do so Ou motion the ordinance introduced 3knowng 20Lt L was again read and passed as follows GASOLINE ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Hick f witSecor any person to have stored upon his premises or property under his control or within 100 feet of any business house quantitiesoertransitSecthis ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a inthet lessthan100II Sr Mayoriagreed storingGasolinehandling same theBoardbytheCowgitand1 r was nominated and on motion was orltyMr T J Kirkpatrick was nominated and on motion was unanimously elect ed CouncilmanThe ex ecuted a deed to S M Boston for west half terysizehoholdsi payment of same On motion Council adjourned H O Helm O C I MWorld Wide Itcpulntioii t Whites Cream Vermifuge has achiev thebesStonicy children as it neutralizes the acidity or theirdigestioustrengthens their nervous system and restores them to health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to child hood 25c at L P J W S Ellisons I 1 1STLoUIS I N1mSTATION cuxaii 4- r I tr rolHTuetJn hYe Q NL1Naiauws I yV THJOlOH AJLLDIIAN SLEiaCIT crN- rr i STLOU13 AND JtCKSONVILLE t ST LOUIS AaD MOEiIX STouts AND NEW ORLEANS tt- Aat rca TtCKeT v1A M 0 t i i Il DREAMS COME TRUE SOME POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS BELIEVED AMONG SPORTING MEN The gambler waiting oil the corner to get a car home earlyVthat the morning was still pink and the gambler had been sitting up all night There are mallyve11 known superstitions connected with poker he said III am acquainted with half a dozen cases where in this game dreams have come true Jessie James the out llaw dreamed one night that he held on the deal a pair of I trays discard d three and won heavily on an ace full He was playing a few weeks later and 011 his first hand the pair of trays coming he Uncalled his dream and1 whis lpoled it to the man next him Then he began to whoop I hundlhel I I Vetrr1 1t tall E Merry Wall tho New Yorker was told by u palm mist that he ought to play the races betting on horses whose names were those of colors He looked the Ipa- pers l over that night and1 Scarlet was the only colored nag entered for the next day Scarlet was a 60tol slloti and Berry Wall laid1 150 on him Wall drove away from the track that night with 9000 tucked it his clothes Policy goes by dreams and superstitions altogether My servant girl dreamed she had a gold tooth lust month and the next morn i ingshe put a weeks wages t I on the gold row flat and1 I 1 won 300 I lheR are al authellticat gamblerocan I TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE Tho Nashville Chattanooga L St Louis Railway proposes to use its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory contiguous to its lines and to engage the attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing Sites or Mining Property It therefore solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance ft Vae people of eve county througu which its lines pass Themanagement earnestly requests that all persons who have farms for sale or lease those who have timbered lands water power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same ivingthe1must correspond with the prices askc of local buyers The management does infmigrants at exorbitant or speculative pricesLargo tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLEBREW Industrial and Immigration Agent II F SMITH Trallc Manager NASHVILLE TENN A A Avertou the House Sign and Ornamental Painter has located in the town of Hickman to ply his trade patronagethe is Painting Gilding Graining Sign Paint ing and Paper Hanging at customa prices and you can also get your buggy repainted at a nominal cost with the old processnot with patent DrugStorei REMEMBERS HIS HOSTESS P AmericanKing given gracefulI evidence of having a retentive memory ill social n and appreiation acqunflltaHce vitation one of the guests of honor at the coronation will 1 bo Mrs Harriet Laiie John son niece of Provident Buchanan who was inistress of the White Housf eluting her uncles term af Chief Magistrate jIt was 42 years the that llrsIolulsonf Wylos he was eutGutainod during his tour of thaCnited States at the White House andalwaYs recalled with hearty pleasure the unted hospitality with which lie was received As l1tistiess of the establishment Mrs Johnson was officiallyl as socially the Princes hostess and during Jiis brief sLaV p1ensflntfliendslip Opportunity has nOWC0111b to the young Prince of tha 114tt1U1tJmannor the entertainment he received and tho Presi dents niece who was the Princes hostess will be the Kings guest Mrs Johnson sailed yfor Europe yesterday libcoin panicd by hor niece Miss Mav Kencdvv 0 1NoLoss of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholcrn and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to thresfcirs that could go HO farther and they are at work again this morning II R Phelps 1liinoth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the threshers were able to keel singloIRemedy iu your home For sale by Cowgill C Cowgill COURIER JOURNAtf L 2TIMESA WEEK I tk 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICEA1VEEK COURIER pubhshein yDailiesSemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is deyotedto NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue senfreeCOMPANYryLouisville Ky S CITY BARBER S4tTo my old customers We are liere to stay Nobody will appreciate you fdfry ing to please you than wo old rolfable CALDtiYEILpWILL CROwELG k Jas W Rone- yATTORNEYATIA W iIlloUmun ICy Located at the Court House For Those Who Live on Farris Dr Bergiu Pana Ills writes Liniwondt friendof as am no better made It iis n dandy for burns Those who1 liableryto il bruises which heal rapidly when Bal Ittalways kept the house for 100I1 ARKANS S AN LOUISIANA runAAII through the most fens p uo o Ark nsas Louisiana and Texas se i s either reach direct or m e o e- connectk ns forall parts of th G e t- Soethweste s homelathearc raised and vheru people pros L10N per write for a copp or our hand nursioN tbo6outhu f east Missouri Arkansas and North Iii tA1RrNltowest Loulslaaa gad ThroughM better his condition Xxv CP1 T A ST LWIS N ir 1Itr W e IfIfJOHN I RINGWOOD Ii Cea alboaexesR ii Deisllsbiak studd East Hicknunii i Keeps all kinds of Groceries and Family Supplier j1 i BUTTER EOGS CIIIOIFSiif A SPECIALTY i Uoods Delivered Free I Telephone No 39 I GARUTHERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY jj FRESH BREAD CAKES AN- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you Jet blue trading stamps with every IOu cash purchase u CLINTON STREET HIIKMAN K Kan CRT Telephone Number DO AtLIT r I Candiestj Reigersf fIG I f I CALIFORNIAPERFUMES1 I IFOIL SAIBJI IBTT j I CoroillIDRUGGISTS I Cash Book Store i Splendid Selection of I NEW BOOKS STATONERYe I NOTIONS Si Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co C 1iIi I I IPittsburg and Eureka bt3r CASH or paid for on deli y ery will have FIRST ATTEN lION ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son Holds Up A Coiiffressinaii At tho end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris brilliant congressman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and constant collapsedItbody were out of order but three bot allIright Its the best allround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown men and weak sickly women gain splendid healthand vitality froth Electric Bitters Try them Only 50o Guaranteed by Cowgill Cowgill TIIKQUUII SLEKLEKS YIA MOBILE OHIO U II IIxLouis and New Orleans andIO R R A Nearly Fatal Jimiawnr II orjTyears Then Bncklens Arnica Salve I cured him Just as good for Boils ii Burns Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c at Cowgill C Cow j gills drug stor- eMORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING I Dre Kings New DiscoveryS 9 Fon Consumption Coughs and Colds Than Ily All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combinedf I This wonderful medicine posUvcll cures Consumption Coughs Cotes Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Kay j FeverPleurisy LaGrlppe Hoarseness I Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE FIO PAY Price Soc S1 Trial Bottle =re2 C011 GILL CO V GILL t LEDFOKD 85 HANDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware neensware and Feed Stuff t We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no tins will be spared to please our customcr- sLrCnll for Hluc Trailing Stamps with every lOc Cash IerchaHe After collection of 800 yon are entitled to n nandsome present eeredYf FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Gllrvfcorx S eebIS Siokanpt Y Absolute Safety is tHe Basis d That1 l wp offer to depositorsl Other in duCt lnent aro of secondary iimportance Upon this Guarrrniecweo lactl your patronage J THOMPSON Cashier BUCHANAN resident DIRECTOES M J JI C nONDCKANT 11 ItUKIMNlX Ifl THOMlSOX 1 C CHEEK II 3T ISLBJt J1 w ALEX 111Ilt c B THUELKELI U w O m1lS 1 O r IIAVT rrrn 1 Nicest Freshest Canned Goods iKr In ilxo TiIS arfeat Heinzs Pickles Hsinss Catsups Deviled Crabs with ShellsJ Canned Asparagus To serve hot or for salad1 1 Ill very things for spring use awl luncheons Dont U forgetS EtCGEEt i- a Nk r Mrrnr eiiai mDrFl 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 market1 justifies 1ALLGOOnS 1 ilMIUffli AS EtIPllERNTED1ll- y ROOFING A SPEOIALTY r HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E TAnLTSHED 18T TOM DILLON Sr Propr Succ ior to It C Ram ge JecM + Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IE 33 IIN Gt t STONE WORK of nil Rinds vrI IRON FENCING cc- Sickman Ky v mr u a 1 I Ii HICK AN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid iii150000Sur- plus and Undivided Profits 20000v Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o RT TYLER Preside W C JOHNSON Cashier O A IIOLCOMBE V President S AMBERG Cashier Head IJie Hicknian Courier only 81 00 IivAdvance L 3 I The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY iIA A A tAAAtlAAA AJA vrl 1 9 ih76w7M 1902 t 1 ill IiiIi ttl EL rats Tta rhea rat SIT ill iI 1 2 3 m 4 5 6 7 8 9 10m lT21314 5 16 11 18 19 20 21121 23 24 ffi a 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 a- F if m C 1 A A =E7 vverf==rlww AAri CURRENT TOPICS I France has 16000 physicians their incomes average but 560 a year One thousand acres of forest supply fuel for Paris barely a weak During the Paris exposition labor ers wages advanced 25 per cent Paying deposits of lead are said toI have been found near Stanford Ky In Russia factories are usually near forests wood being still the chief ruel The German emperor opyns 359 carriages for the use of himself and hiaI courtNew York has lost a large share of Its flour export business to Newport NewsFew inventions that have brought prosperity to those who made theml were accidental The ratio in Great Britain of chi1 dren per marriage has falleir from 436 In 1SS4 to 363 in 1900 The earnest known reference to in unity is found in Egyptian papyrus ofI the fifteenth century B C The City of Mexico with a population of nearly 370000 still has an annual death rate of 522 per 1000 Edward King president of the Union jTrust company New York has rarely missed a day for years from his horses back An electric motor car recently doub led the length of Great Britain travel1 ing 1100 miles at an expense of five cents a mile- August Mutitsche of Vienna has inI vented a lacemaking machine which turns out work that can not be told from hand made The natives of Guam are intensely musical Scarcely a house is without come musical instrument the wellto do have pifnos- FranciszkaS Radwlnawlczenebarilla was tried ir a Pennsylvania court the other day It is ibaeJIeYedthattheJur The manufacture of artificial Indi- i was started In Germany 35 years ago Ifwith less than 40 workmen all told It now employs over 6000 men ant has a staff of 14S scientific chemists j weejIt aged years was Judge advocate general of Louis Kossuth Hungarin4 exileGeorge B Howard during his archaeological research in Centr America found a hieroglyphic stair way a reproduction of which willT Let up In the Peabody museum at Cam bridgeDr I demonstIcon t nental and American proBoers are show their feelings by displaying Bat t flags and sending telegrams to M Kruger memoryILfeut Gen Leonidas Polk which h L- Sbzca erected on Pine mountain GeOl Kta Trill mark the spot where the gen battleKennesaw of A New York trust company has pu = chased several large Virginia corpo lions by which it will control electr lines light and power plants and water ti rights in the cities of Rlchmon- 2tianchester and Petersburg Milan has a curiosity In a clock TIro maker Is a native of India and has de voted three years or his life to the con struction of this curiosity The clock 4 Is of a good size and goes well In Los Angeles Cal there is an or- t t dlnance imposing a 5 fine for alto Tag chickens to run on the streets and others peoples property The success of the ordinance 1 such that the city of Oakland will adopt one similar to tItJlayor Glover of Bluff City Kan t t has just been elected to his 13th con secutive terms as maror His honort Boys he found it rough sledding for a couple of terms but now has his job f EO well in hand that everything run r r rery smoothly 1 1Thediscovery of an old Bible In the barn loft ot Sarah Scarskading In Hut h 1ron county Iowa will be sufficient to stablish the rights of the heirs to theI t Leonard Case millions Mr Case died t miltFerdinand Schumacher of Akron 0 i who started the first factory for the manufacture of cereal foods has ju celebrated his Seth birthday anuive- t nary w Senator Tillman is the only senat autobiographIcal befart coming to the senate When Senator Blackburn wants Ito tell a man that what he says Is not true lie goes about it in this fashion It goes without saying that the truth j ls Innocent of soy appearance Ja thai UteylpntL J f f rFy MOHO FORT CAPTURED Campaign Asrainst Snltan finvan Was Successful A Hand to Hand Struggle in Four Lines of DitchesOne American Officer and Several Elisted Men Were Killed Washington May 5The war de partment Sunday received a cable gram from Geo Chaffee indicating that the campaign against Sultan Bayan one of the principal Moro chiefs had been completely successful The ref suIt was accomplished by a gallon1 assault on the principal Moro fort andI its capture after a number of the load ing Moros had been killed The cable gram which was reeled Sunday aft ernoon was as follows Adjutant General Washington The following is the full substance of Brig Gen George W Davis message from Bayan Eightyfour sur visors Bayan surrendered uncondi tionally this morning at 7 Sultan Bayou Raja Muda Bayan Sultan Pan dapsttm sun all leading Duttos dear1 and many of their followers AssaultI on the principal fort which surrender last night one of the most gallant performances of American arms Col Frank D Baldwin and his regimentt deserve all praise for hand to handI struggle in four lines of ditches und r walls of fort These trenches are lined with Moro dead from rifle fire Have never seen or heard of any per formance excelling this gallantry and grit It Is my painful duty to report that the overthrow of Nora potne- was f not accomplished without loss One officer and seven j men killed four officers and 37 enlisted men wounded Will telegraph theI list later After 84 survivors march out this morning as prisoners and wad understood they were all eight others who had concealed themselves in rub bash inside the fort made a break for lliberty tried way out but none suNceeded Some Moro wounded tried I Y to stab soldiers trying to help them It is impossible to state the number of Moros tilled many lying in tail1 grasi The surrender saves us from siejo and starving out Impossible to have carried works without scaling ladders vnhii were ready ntfiii lo leiota prisoners until Iwj or tl ref small1 adjacent forts occupied then with your consent to retain as hostages eight or ten of the principals and re lease the others The force In the line of advance consist xl of four moun tain guns 470 rifles This fully sum dent Could not have used more men advartajeously Had we sent strong cjIuU Af 1utSer ibtrfl a goUaa already presented himself as triesii and I expect a general coming theblo lida abang for burial In tight of present knowledge could have besieged the principal forts and in time forced sur render but that would probably have resulted in a sortie for freedom and escape for many By attacking then+ they have been completely crushed the only kind of lesson these wild Mo airos seem to be able to profit by Shall1 invite Sultan Tarlnc to pay me a bnfriendly visit if he does not do so of his in enstIngth- as was Bnyan on beautiful table land ttthousand acres fine upland rice and tourges people to return to its cultic tlor The result to follow this act 1very Important namely it secures re spect for United States authority Iin tothe center of Moro savagery Signed CHAFFEEl PETER J oTEY The Congressman From the Sixth Virginia District Expired Congressmaisn Virginiadistrlt tomdrhalfpast j oclock Word to this effect was rem ceiveii at the sergeantatarms ofllca of thy house of representatives at an earl hour Sunday night Mr Ote v has been named as a member of tho committee to accompany the remains 01 the late Congressman Cumming to notwt the speaker that he was too iill to attend International Football London May 5The international football match between England anl Scotland which atGlasgowcloyed no game was replayed at Birmingham before 60000 spectators and resulted in a draw 4drt Schley on Lookout Mountain Chattanooga Tenn May bAtlntichls spoat three hours on Lookout mountain accompanled Smith of the ChIckamauga park com mission and members of the locale tertainment committee Fifty Persons Perished Cairo Egypt May 5Flfty persona stperished towra on the right bank of the Datniet wetorbranch of the Nile = artld by the IntecsalyI lint weather Thousands of native residences anj 200 storrwere destroyed Twelve Thousand Jews Coming Vienna May SThe Neu Frele Press says that as the result of sy tem iic persecution 3000 Jewish lam tiles c uprising 12000 persons t lt1nr F L ARCHBISHOP CORRIGAN StrprseT His Death Came as a Great and Shock tNew York May 6 Archbishop Cpr rigan died at 1105 oclock lionthty night The death of the archbishop caiS j lhqiliIni was more so to the moral public ifo- eth last bulletin of the day was the so certain were the physicians of InP provement in the condition of the pa bent there would be no more Dulltd tins Monday night Un to 1030 there was no evidence of collapse in fact the archbishop at 1040 talked wjttitl his secretary I IAbout 11 oclock however the trot = ed nurses who bad charge at thIside noticed a change According IInstructions the physicians were f lSr r HAttwo brothers wero summoned to thfl room as well as a number of priests It was quickly seen by the physiclanfcj that the end was at hand and In lest grtaiwaspeaceful and without evidence of uj fering a Besides the two brothers of the arclfl bishop there were present in tha FartIter Lavelle rector of the cathedral Start bishop and Father Curley hits Ens 1lish secretary A STATE FUNERAL Memorial Services Over Remains off L ite Congressman CummingS Congressmaen diedd at the Church home and infirmary iin this dry The cause of death was operationdWashington May 5In pursuant of the resolution adopted by the house Saturday public memorial services were held over the remains of the late Kept tentative Amos J Cummings of ew York in the hall of represeata fives Sunday afternoon Only twice baforc in recent years rise such an unusual honor been accorded ton de 1eased representative ttbse occasions being the state funerals of Ropyesan tatii John Kelly of Pennsylvania and Representative Nelson Dingle of Maine The xercl08 Smftay irep j very impressive Almost the mtlre membership of the house nnl senate was present and the galleries were e tbOIljsand51 ing admission Delegations from the department of New York G A R Typ ographical Union No6 the New Yorkff Pilots associationI and variotlatlpe t irne norm tributes were numer ous aud of the most exquisite chars terThe remains of Mr Cummings ac companied by the committees of tlw two houses were taken to New Tor Sunday night THE QUEENS CONDITION Physicians Say There Is No Cause For Immediate Disquietude The Hague May 5It was announced from Castle Loo at inSShigbt Sun day night that Queen Wilhelmina had been prematurely confined at C oclock Sunday evening Prof RosensUiu Dr Roesslngh and the other doctors wore in attendance The queen suffered intense agony eveningon flit majesty was deserted as critical and small hope for her recovery was entertained London May 5The tardy official admission of the real nature of the Illness of the queen of Holland which was announced April 17 from Amster dam may be regarded as an indica tion of a grave crisis in her majestys condition and coming so suddenly upon the bulletins announcing her IIm- minent recovery it will cause a shock throughout Europe 3The Hague May GThe evening DrsRoesslnghthe queens bedside Baron Clifford master of the queens household said Monday night Her majestys fever has not in hopafullynights rest for tne queen There no cause for immediate disquietude BAD HEADON COLLISION Two Persons Killed and 45 Injured Two Probably Fatally Connellsvllle Pa May 5Twowerj killed and 45 injured two proil ably fatally in a bad headon collision fastrrehhtn nellsvIUe division of the Baltimore A trelnsdashedon a straight stretch of track and this fact betno ie road New Worlds Record Portland Ore May rH w Kerri recordbin established si new mark of 6 foot 2 S5 Inches In thi fetet long dryradding 20 Inches to the worlds record Gen Smiths Trial Ended consManila May 5The rt Smith ended Saturday The findings conItrt WashlngtonTle iiihea 1v TTHE MINLSTERTO CUBA enationf1 l Squires is Appointed Gen Bragg of Fon du Lac WIs Ap pointed Consul General at Ha vana With a Salary of 5000 Per Year Washington May G President Roosevelt Monday appointed Former Secretary of Legation H G Squires as minisjtjjr to Cuba and Gen B S Brags of Wisconsin as consul general at Havana MV Squires selection fulfills the very first requirement laid down by the president namelyI that the minis ter to Havana should be a man of dip somatic experience He is a native of Canada but was appointed from New York III 1891 he was appointed sec TJnd secretary of the United States embassy at Berlin retiring iu 1897 la amiary 1898 he was appointed secretary of the United States legs tion at Peking remaining their con tautly until a few months agx when Ute returned to the United States on leave His connection with the de Cense of legations during the Boxer uprising is highly creditable He has had a military experience and by virtue of that fact was practically in charge of the llegation defenses Gen Bragg the new consul general at Havana was born in Unadlll N Y- InI 1827 He entered the union army as a captain in 1S61 and reached the grade of brigadier general In the gen eral establishment He served for some years In congress and after ward was appointed United States minister to Mexico His present home Is at Fon du Lac WIs The salary of the consul general nt Havana is 5000 Fon du Lac Wis May GGen Ed win S Bragg ties not received any official notice of his appointment as consul general to Havana The gen erai said Monday night I think that before the president should elect me as a representative to any coun try he would be likely to consult mo In regard r my views on that coon try I have received no uatlce to come to Washington White Gen Bragg seemed surprised at the news he admitted that he was not rltDgcth er unprepared for something in toot lline A friend of his at Washingtou Airecog- nize him in some way if he could find a position that would be suitable COMMON LABORERS xGpaTakentOgFo erEetftatlonwra0er garnration Carbondale Ill May 6 Delegates from Illinois Missouri Indiana OhioIII Michigan Kentucky and Arkansas met i khere Monday for the purpose of or ganizing the common laborers of Am t rica Into a national organization I which if formed will take from the Federation of Labor nearly all Sts unIt skilled labor unions For some limo an agitation has been in progress in the Federation of Labor against the payment iiij o tho treasury of aver one Jighth of the revenues without an ad quote representation In the federa tlon councils 1 It Is reported that onefourth of the membership is unskilled and a tool to sjbcure benefits for the trades without any help from the main body In cases tit strikes and lockouts SUITTO BREAK A WILL f The Case of Clara Belle Orr vs tho Eureka College Indianapolis Ind May GThe case of Clara Belle Orr versus the Eureka college of Eureka ill Lewis C Huff and the first and Second Church of Christ of Danville Ill was trans ferred Monday ta the federal court from Warren county An estate val ued at nearly 200000 is involved The plaintiff is a granddaughter of Deborah Bandy of Danville 111 who left a will bestowing a large part of her estate on the Eureka college Al lie McKInley who was her servant for many years and on the two churches The suit Is to break the will as isEXTRADITION OF KRAT2 The Mexican Government Refuses the Request Jefferson City Mo May 6 Coy Dockery Monday received the follow ing telegram from Secretary of State john Hay at Washington SirI hive the honor to Inform you that the embassy of the United States at Mex fed reports that the Mexican govern ment can not consider the request for the extradition of Charles Kratz charged with bribery unless reclproc ity is promised by the government of the United States The governor stated that this closed the Incident and that Kratz could not be extra diced C Death of Judge Ambrose Chicago May GFormer Judge Geo W Ambrose of Omaha and afterwards jfiChIcago a close friend of Wm J Bryan died Monday at Wesley hos pilaf of pneumonia Burial will be in Omaha Judge Ambrose was in his fc3dryear Striken GRc fuse8 their demands for a 30 per cent ilnccease in wages the 50 lady em- flloyes in Yanblbbers Cos shirt JfMsjy walked out in a body n strike liCoiSay afternoon 1p r WORTH A KINGS RANSOM +n 5aveFawler1 of t47 Lfves COL E J GRESHAM TrcasI Mns Daughters of the unrtderI- U1 J and President Ileradou Vil Inge Improvement Society writes the following letter from Jlermlon Fair fax county Virginia Herndon Va The IentnnMedieineCaColnnibus0 Gentlemen I cannot speak too highly of the value of Peruna I believe hr t l ewe my life toils wonderful mer ts I suffered with catarrh of the headand lungs in its worst form un THE ZI3ADE rt rb t 5y MARK GASRANOE basehtrhettlbefatthatthevweremttlromanygacompany yeryUUle OrodrtheAgencylkpartwentIIYDItO YOUSHOOTv W1NCI1ESTEK FREEItandAmmunitiontheWinchester Doctor canaotthrlratALABASTINE WONT RUB Paper tnstnitary KalnmSn ALAHASTlNtUa rraIytorttrrjnkrrr pactage worthUw ALABASTINE Rapids Mich WltivNti rsIpace catalogue receipt cents This nmountIdoes postage ist IIInneighbors trade wilb notI house CHICAGOI WANTED Walnut Logs LUMBER AND TRECS Price Paid 14and Fed Long logs Address MEXOEI TtKO Incorporated WHERE CreInUMPTJON the doctors fairly gave up and I despairedof frr getting well again- I noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimonials given peo pie who been cured by Peruna antI determined try bottle 1 felt hutrlittle better but used a second and a thirdbottle kept improving slowly took six bottles cure but they were worth kings ransom me I talk Peruna all my friend and a true believer In worth Mrs Col E J Oresham Thousands of women their lives Peruna Tens of thousands owe their health Peruna Hundreds of thousands praising Peruna in every state in the Union We have file a great multitude of letters with written permission for in public print which can never used for want of spaceAddress The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus a Look written espe cially for women instructively illus trated entitled Health and Beauty Sent free women u I Iuld tve f uch It is a range generate Gas from ordinary kerosene then burns It without mell mokeIvan lreuetynail tram Ki7l upwards aul cost of running If etiSend tamp for ratilotroc and learn now little iti 1 run joiirkiUhri mfortaWy durlQic the weather UYOCOCAROOK BURNER COM Fulton Street New York City AGENTS WANTED w aT to Clty DO you do should send your name and address on a postal card for a i 1GUN The Oce layer cf paper U toil t I yen taro three here Baby nay recgrcr bat r I IT OFF TVaU is are tea JC1J7 trultol ouW litaJe by Pdt dden DOT la and beware of ltatation CO Grand I I I f Our 1OO will be sent upoq of 15 not even pay the Your us wby you also ti I I 2 The Extra for 16 C G JR A CO tOtTISVIlXE KY i e CU81S Alt llbt f AttS seat t til me by had to a and on It to me 0 a to to am Its owe to to are on use be 0 for to the tieuiile need ass but Itsoitn and the will b bot 154 If you encnrb I I S329otJGl 50 SHOES JIUNION MADE inAmerican bestievery hirelvstamped on the bJttonOJAoticeincrrojetf inlet a tallcbdjir IIUII1Utos Palra 1800898182 Pain 1900 =lSoO 754 Pair- s19011s566s720 Pairs Business More Than Doubled In Four Yeas- T REASONS Stmamt5Loahoes placedsidearetoandtwopUrabonlIadePatntCorona rrWLnaadaoLLMtuaatboplledShoee CatsJoef HAZARD AXOTIIK3 VtCTORT rot HAS MttJuYUTAxE TiirCUTAT 100 UYII 81R Mc iTWnOnEworrcfoHArsaD9aoxsstsrowltk suroxGUN POWDER dregVtIl8worstlib II WOOLLJy Bux a Atlanta Va Br t J Ti s y i- a i J trMADE I Naval Attache Keehler Who la Ienv lus United State Eitiba nr Rt Berlin Wue Often Utieil Commander William H Bceliler the irtjted States naval attache at Her lin and Mrs lieehler went to Dres den the other day Thence the commander will pay farewell visits to Vienna and Rome and will return to Berlin for his formal leavetaking His term expired April 1 Commander Beehler luring the last two years has breakfasted lunched and dined with Emperor Wil liam 27 times and has had 40 au diences with his majesty almost all at the emperors initiative The em Iclikingtated his official inquiries in every pEmperorItsons like the Kiel regatta and smok liingeat1edhimSTUDIED CORAL FORMATIONS I IrnfoJnashof Mavnrd PIrnr I I rltlt the Result of lltr Trill to I the Malillve lalauh Prof Alexander Agassiz of liar rard who has returned after a month spent in examining the coral reefs of the Maldive islands in the south ern Indian ocean says he learned more in that time about coral forma hehadIlls specimens have been shipped to the museum at Cambridge Mass Prof Agassiz last October chartered the British steamship Arma lie was accompanied by his son Dr Wood worth and 31 B Bigelow as assist I antsThey took many deepsea sound ings studied the formation of atolls and took a large number of photographs Next year Prof Agassiz will continue his investigations in other parts of the worl- dELEGtT D1MXG CUts I New Service InnuKurnted on tile Iron Mountain Route The Iron Mountain Route has inaugurated a new dining car service on its fust daily trains from St Louis Memphis and intermediate points to Texas Ihcse cjs have 1justbeen turned out of the Pullman shops and are models of skillful workmanship They are handsomely fitted u with the latest a fiancesand l gated with are also sup- pliEd with electric fany daintylIaviJtmdtieftant silverware leis earnfromtripledailyand a double daily service between STem carsitht appliances Lrea or file Wheel i factorr abouttheirNeads Ugh As far as I can see it hrfpa them to run people down more than ever J TitBits Ii A V ToDay for Allens KootKanc aUf1lUE AMress A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y I IThereChangeSmay laugh st a mans jokes but thatheri moisture and ne ls digging around th roots Atchison Globe I Fits Permanently Cured No fits after first days use of Dr Klines Great Nort Restorer Free 200 trial bottle Dr R II Kline Ltd OH Arch SL Phi deJphia P- Forgrctting t and JoorJh vgr Woman said the crusty persok may JutdIesgaveTo Cure a Cold In One flay I Tale Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A druggistsrefundcumeyif itfailstocure25a I knowIhe1rLondanPisos Cure is the best medicine we ev nsed for all aiTctions of the throat an lungs Wm O Endsley Vanburen Ind Feb 10 moo r r There is far more eloquence in silen than there is in some longwinded Chicago Daily NewsfiPUTKAM FADELESS DYES do n stain the hands or spot the kettle e apt green and purple Dont mix the cream of your charity wit tile pickles of your pessimism Rama Horn i Teach isnt she hs even to th I ctouy heart London Answers Nurses Experience Medical men say that a good nurSCand in a difficult case is better than med1 icine but when we can get a good nurse and good medicine the patio stands a much better chance of re covery The few words of advi Ceto given below by nurse Eliza King at wellworthy the attention ofaUI readers I hale constantly ased St Jacobs Oil in the various situations I have occupied as douse and have invariably found it excellent Jc all cases requiring outward 5ach as sprains bruises rheumatic affections neuralgia etc In cases of pleurisy it is an- Vcxccffent II remedy well rubbed in I can rtroojiy recommend it after several years use and experience It should be in ever r 0 LooseiokL to Sister CAROitN St Andrews Hospital 1 writeslor huefound St Jacobs pil a most dcacious Jemeciy in gout also in sprains nd bruises Indeed tve cannot say too much l in Its praise and oat Doctor is ordering iH l cell lhntiy j t A- Y h Ii i t 1 SIX MONTHS OF ROOSEVELT The StrciiuouH Policy of the Itepuli livnn Chief IH Getting Ills Inrty Into Trouble Presiden vRoosevelt lust been in of lice a little more than vix rrtintlis Hi is the fifth viceI president who came into the office of president un der the constitution by the dents of the president regularly elected John Tyler succeeded President William Henry Harrison Millard Fill more succeeded President Xnulmry Taylor Andrew Johnson succeeded President Abraham Lnooln Chester A Arthur sxicoeeded President James A Garfield and Theodore Itotwevelt succeeded President William McKln ley It is a grewsome record says the Chicago Chronicle Front present indications Mr will experience as stormy tithe in the presidency n8 that of ly other vice president lobo stw llded to the presidential oilier lie is on the verge of a quarrel with they must influential members of the re pablicnn national committee lIe is always attempting to force his policy on the republicans in congress with the same vigor which Andy Johnson displayed in hit at tempts to enforce his reconstruction policy in opposition to the recon struction policy of the republican eongressioiml majority Other vice presidents who became prrnideutw except perhaps Arthur tried to es tablish personalI poHH s different from the general policies of their predecessors and of their party MrI Roosevelt hud peculiar quail ties of character fitting him to en counter differences between himself PICTUREFIND elml great republican nrty Ivador He was one of the must violent areel1 ultra professional refonijers in the reJlretentativetreform How has he appeared in the grin Ilj stage play of national reform His virtual removal of Pension Comm i Kvans stud ills appointment of Spoilsman und Carpetbagger Ret mpaAUjmriinlly aii swer the question His numerous other removals andjI appointments have the same sinister significJince He is working for the nomination in 1104 and iis using the todaccomplish that end lint he Iis not an adept in spoils practice He iis ana impulsive blunderer At every spoils promiseasI n pretensions are thrown up atI lm otThe MilesHoot and the Schley scandals are enough toI overburden any administration folfuweth1 the counsel of the weakest and mostI malignant army told navy cliques dpartaments of the administration At the instance of his department pits and of personal favorites he has attempted to humiliate and degrade the greatest living American soldier the greatest sailors who have made illustrious the pages of national history The brutality of his nccompUsth objects have shocked the bestI sentiments of the American people whom their national heroes are deare betweenIi party ini congress and in the country is not very distant He is reaching it in a shorter time than it was reached by my other vice called to tinaleading republican newspapers We may be sure that the phrasts his accidency will soon be applied to him as it was to Tyler Jokuson ami Arthur lore him Funstout we fear will go down history the history of freakso course as the person who swam the i Bagbag river wlten it WTIS five J purpose subsequentlyimbed of looking down upon Senator I Hoar and people to see a good deal of him =11ihippfoD Post BEEF TRUST AND POLITICS The Inrty In Pureed to Mor- eIgnlut nn Iiilyulty of ItI Onu oMtrlllJ Itcpulilieitn attorney generate at Washington and AJbnny have begun proceedings against the beef corn blue under the antitrust lows llria is a recognition by the repre sentatives of the party in power that a meatless dinner pail woiil r be a fatal campaign slogan and that it cannot afford to stand for a nonen forcement of ths law against mo nopolies saga the Sets York Wt rld So much bus persistent publicity the greatest moral force in tilt uni verse dune toward checking this most nefarious conspiracy to monop olize and enhance to extortionate prices the whole meat supply of the country Moved by a similar impulse the democrats in congress have united solidly in furor of the repeal of the duties on cattle and meat They accept and act upon the Worlds KugeNtion that the obvious and natural remedy fur a senreityof meat whether actual or artificial is to increase the MUIud one way of increasing the supply ha to take down the tariff bars that now enhance the cast of beef Tuttle 2714 per cent and Ihust of fresh meat two cents a pound in taking this position the demo rents art not only true to the tradi tional principles of their party are opposed to all tariffs fur monopoly only but they put them Kelvcft on record in furor of a meal ure of immediate anti lasting relief It is tight that lawbrenking mo HIS PUZZLE THE MEAT president only enabling Power which =nnpaiicft should be punished nut it iin even more important that congress ijball put an end to the creation and protection of monopolies by au abuse of the power of taxation PRESS COMMENTS Talk about cruelty in the Ihil ippines Think of the rutItofmuzxling Fred Funafon when he hasnt said half what lit uaiits hIlbany ArgosThe full dinner pail prettI rAgsandbutterit little else that is lifesustaining iis likely long to escape the trusts luf folo Courier Here Iis a straw that the republic an lenders will do well to hang on to ltepresentatlyeBabcock siastic support of his district for a re nomination yet he is the man who wants the tariff removed from all trttst made goods The cause uf the people seems to he doing very hell thank you Detroit Free Press There iis almost nothing in the way of household supplies whirl has not been made dearer by the protec tion afforded monopolies and legisla tion in favor of classes The times are supposed to be good but the man who yearfindsX500 would a year ago and its purchas dplrtafingTherespin Bible for this Buffalo Courier What has been accomplished with Porto Kieo cnn be accomplished in Jet larger and happier measures with Cuba anti the Philippines if sane and humane policies toward totem are sub stituted for present niggardliness and policiesparty would speedily bring those lumpepy conditions as now exist between the states nnd Porto Kico Atlanta Con stitution Republican papers all over the peopletoconsumption food- as a method of fighting the trusts but what thefcongress to remove the tn r iff ttIHlblican nntitrmtInUnited States wherever that law was Herald D onrJ arO6u b How Truly the Great Fame of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Justifies Her Orig inal Signature Lydia E Plnd fir rag Vegetable Compound It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints all Ova DisplacementofpeculiarlyadaptedLifeItanyothstageofhumorsIrregular theStomachache ityw relicedacts in asharmlesslassitude excitabilityirritabilitymelancholy or the blues and backache These are sure indications of Female Weakness or some derangement of the Uterus which this medicine always cures VegetableCompoundNo other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement Ko other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles Those women who refuse to accept anything else arc rewarded a hundred thousand times for they get what they want a cure Sold by Druggists everywhere o Refuse all substitutes REDUCTO J Corpulency and Sup rfluDus rest IrlmIIL7HtiaJi IFREE TREATMENTI Ito wnll le roU tocovr itae da E1I11 p a1- etiwlP fcxzn Y uean uiak B ntTO 41homr rouem r i alrcr f jItfooc Iddns GIIVr iESiG CyjIAi2C11L co 3701 B Jefferson Ave ST LOUIS MO A Funereal lute At tie funeral ofa lawyer of lae rIUatiOii trite livtJ and practiced i ia tovnI not far from JMnla i ljiiii and v 1 1IIhnotla among his friends thertilMutr a as turnIirkdeipbiamiltvr mtl begun the enm n Not know rdhe1 IOWL t IIIS M friend of the thttaded- t lr vs noted for hi tense of hu sWj leaning over bin shoulder a woioqKr theyrp11iki tie Quaker without a mile rl 6 ogles ed for the defemeIhiladel- P ri a AflloarilluKIIouso 2718 Years Old ia tie avtif of the story of The Props et Cwunber in the iMiiirlVatk News ttor lT l ri little story will jprove i- neay 1 trteresting to every farmer amid- tw Mo every farmers wife in New loncana sew England The FourTrack NJe6 wiII be stalled free to any address in he united State on receipt of 5 cents in linp er it will he mailed for a year fur TO cailtsbr Geo llWaniil General Pas NewyTltotight It Fn1Jrl4f1 tntYI cd bar tongue I R wfc Raj doctor iis that a facY thinkIAO but your diMoverv that lher tonpup rb4lChimjw rue1aiiy I fNever doubt a girls veracity whui ic lays she cant sing Its ten to woe LC cant Ikicago Daily News HU IsimilntinQI Promotes DigcslionChcerrur ness and RestContams neither Opium forphifie nor Gncral NOTNARCOTIC- i I i vrJf1lfirsJlELPlTCliEIl J1Lk c i- ALrcII lwat1Ltsdit JnnaLAfsed r I msiItcvacJa I IllGnIr d WfJorsr 1- I j I lGonSourStomachDiarrltoca l I Tonns Convulsions Feverish t ness and Loss OF SLEEP II Facsimile signature of NEW YORK LEXACT cOpy OF WRAPPER J ot See Below very amaJ1 sad ast to take QJ ITTLE 8 APOSITIVEandPER CURE FOR ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Cattars Little Liver PillSa Must Boar Signature PacSienna WrApper CaBlICARTESCS RVER PILLS MANENT FOR HEADACHE FOR IDIZZINESS FOR B1LIOUSKESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOB CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN fOR THECOMPLEXIONn OETSUIJVU WUCTMAVU9MATUC St Frlce CMS I prroip VeietaJlle 1 7 CURE SICK HEADACHE Go f CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THE CCllTAUII COMPANY NEWTON It CITY u curtJ1teJTent PILLS CUTICURA RESOLV ENT PILLS Chocolate Coated 60 doses 25c1ire a new tasteless odourless economicalsubstitute for the celebrated liquid CUT CURA RESOLVENTas well as for all other blood purifiers and humour cures Each pill is equivalent to one teaspoonfulof liquid RE SOLVENT Put up in screwcap pocket vials con taming 60 doses price 25c CUTICURA RESOLV ENT PILLS arc alterative antiseptic tonic and digestive and beyond question the purest sweetest most Successful andeconomical blood andskin purifiers humour cures and tonicdigestives yet compounded CGmplele Ireaq ime I 1 Complete external and i tcrnnl treatment for every humour consisting CUTICUKJV SOAP 25c to cleanse tho skin of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cur icle CUTICCUA OINTMENT 50c to instantly allay itching inflammation and irritation and soothe and heal and Cim CUKA RESOTVBJJT PILLS 25c to cool and cleanse tho blood A SINGLE SET is olkn sufficient to curo the most torturing dis figuring itching burning and scaly chin- scalpnudbloodhnmonrseczcmasrashe and irritations with loss of hair from infancy to ago When all else fails Cmcrci ncvxLirf are cold tlinwyhfat the vetUC n IlbAlkMtr1rhvnhoaeBqLadoa Firacb I cpti 3 line deb Psii Inch Tome Dxco AXIV I CHtu soar Sett Pruie Eet iuU S A GOEdflt enough JIthaybodyt 9Lt HAVANAfllLE FLORODORABANDS are ofsame value as tags from- STARbRUldIdOND7larusat 10 GOOD lUC VlO PEACH HONL7 RAZOR and 5RICE GREENVILLE Tobacco BUSTT THINK OF rT i ownlandlordbraoccl blebsntactxrant JarlaouIncreasinglleadid schools and ehurcbowtaxation high prices forcattle and grain low raU WDY ralp and rtr IbefarmeranteAlbertathere Reduced rates on all railways for rome bPhIlOIMntdml 1SWESTIItInlornratlontSDLtttSuperintendentur to JOriKIMl TUfNU i1ySlate St EaU Colncu UIOtEREADERS OF TI11S PAPKIl DESIRING TO BUT ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK FOR KEFUSINO ALL SUBSriTCTES OR IMITATIONS C A5 q- isienjsrcrteerOurSilktirUo1raloaL FREE Eastm ns Camera a few spare hour work forIMiami Sap tri Chrciil I6H Vanda U St ClmlanUl A N EB 1916 WJ1EX IVniTXXO TO ADVCKTIMKR- plraur miMfr that you eaw ilir AUverl tent 11 tliU gaper i t GODS POTENT GIFT Sermon on John 316 by the cc High jly way and Bywv Preachertto Y ITo Fairy Talisman or Alnildtns Lamp Ever Wrought Half tl- Illesnint a Is HealUetl to Through Jesus Christ Copyright 1OZ by A N Kellogg Newspad paper Co Chicago IayaText For God so loved the world that Hio gave His only begotten Son that whoso rer believeth on Him should not perish t but have everlasting life John 316 The telescope of the astronomer t- 1cUc us that beyond the vision of the natural eye there exist myriads of starry worlds and we believe him even though we hate never been prig ilcged to search them out for ourselves The microscope of the scien test demonstrates that in the watcrI we drink and the air we breathe there are perfect swarms of queer and gro tesque and hideous looking creatures We take our glass of water and hold It up to the light and as the beams of sunlight flash and glint through thef clear crystal Hquicf it is hard to be liege tiat what the wio man says isI 1 true yet we do accept his statement I as a declaration of fact Gods Word tells us that Cod throne is in the heavens and that the earth is His footstool and if our spire 1 1itual vision is not holden we believe that it is true Enoch walked witbII t Codand he was not for God took him There is a brief and complete biography j recorded by God It tells us ofr j his earthly career He left the earth at the behest of God and went where J To the heavens where God has His dwelling place Elijah when his mlsjj s iou on earth was fulfilled In the Prov idenee of Go1WI1S wafted to the j heavens in a chariot of fire and 1 lislHljj eras left behind with the mantle of the great prophet in his hands to teUII the story The former pupils of Elijah who doubted Elihhas story went out Jj to search for the translated prophetjjj but found him not but it wn the priv lIege of Peter James and John on tin jj mountain in Galilee to see the Lord in Iris transfiguration talking to thatt same Elijah who so many hundreds ofr years before had walked through the jj land of Palestine and warned the peoI lde of their sins and had destroyed the 430 prophets of Baa 1 When lesus began His public min q ffctry the heavens opened we are toldI by Gods Word and a voice from tluitl j unseen region said Thou art My beloved Son in Thee I am well pleased j And Stephen with his face lit up by the glories of the Celestial Kingdom as he looked steadfastly towards J Heaven saw it open and Jesus lIimI turf standing at the right hand of God the place which He had designated be fore His crucifixion and resurrection should be Ills abiding place until the j v fulfillment of the time of the Gentiles i fnull He should leave Heaven with jj 4shout of triumph and return to eart in the clouds of Heaven even as He went from earth into Heaven I Paul bears testimony to the fac 1 that he was carried into the heavens and whether he was in the bodyo 1 out of the body he could not tell but lie heard unutterable things and deii dares thatueJe hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which J God hath prepared for them that love Him Among the last declarations o Jesus Christ were the words in which j we find so much comfort especially the hour of bereavement In My Fa fliers house are mans mansions If It were not so I would have told you T go to prepare a place for you Am If I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you untoI Myself that where I am there ye ma- be y a IsoISurely from the beginning of the history of man when Enoch stepped from earth into the glories of Heaven to the vision of John the Beloved who saw the new Jerusalem being let loan from Heaven we have ample proof and testimony that Heaven is fa real place even though we cannot see it with the natural eand it is the dwelling place of God and His Christ and the hosts of angels and th great company of the redeemed And so in heaven before the founda lions of the world were laid God pur posed in His infinite heart of lure t0of give to the world thcrnresttreasure of Heaven in order that earth might enriched ant sinful man wooed back to I Him All Heaven was astir when Ui time drew near that the Word of GodJ the Son of God should become fies1ia and dwell among men Abraham who had the promise of God that in his seed should all the nations of the earth blessed was among the long list of patriarchs and prophets of the Old Testament who rejoiced with t Heavenly hosts in the gift which God was going to give unto men the ful futlment of all the law and the prop- jets h Heavens music burst upon human ears on that first Christmas morning r when the shepherds on the hillside of Judea heard the glad tidings that unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour which is Christ the Lord They came anoTvorshiped iii young child and received Him fato their hearts as the longpromised Me siah The wise men brought their gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh They bowed in homage before the innocent babe realizing by Inspiration from Heaven that wise in the learning of the world though thev were still here was a gift from tl I God of all knowledge which made the learning pale into insignificance an- ii made them realize that the foolishness of God is wiser than men and the weakness of God is stronger than men And thus from Heaven came the gift at God to earth for God so loved th Ife gave We are to talk of the potency eil this gift but we cannot pass the ruling motive of the heart of God which enabled Him to give and made ills Son obedient unto His will God loved in the beginning and has patient kept on loving all through the ages though mans heart has been so slow respond Can we understand that love Can we so speak as to convey an idea of what that love is If John the beloved disciple who was nearest the heart of Christ could not fully understand but exclaims Beloved now are we the sons of God and it not yet appear what we shall be but we know that when He shall we shall be like Him for we shallace Mini as lIe is surely ve cannot hope to fathom that love but also must walt until beholding face face we shall then understand what Gods love really is Aged Sarah thought she knew whatI love was when the faithful covenant keeping God came and laid in her arms the beautiful babe Isaac Abraham as he saw the child of promise develop into strong young manhood and share In the fathersi faith and devotion to the only truei God thought he knew what real love was When God would test him He commanded Abraham to take his his only begotten son Isaac andI offer him up in sacrifice to Him With his obedient heart breaking he takes his beloved son and for three days journeys towards a mountains which God IK to show him Did you ever try to picture what those three days were to faithful old Abraham The communion between the father and the son us they journeyed 1 is too snored for even the pages of Gods Holy Word to record Abraham then thought he knew what real love 1Wits As they wended their way slow Ily up the mountainside to the place of sacrifice and Isaac in wonder asks My father behold the fire and the wood but where is the taunt for a burnt offering Oh the cruelI anguish which pierced the heart oft Abraham through and through He thought then he leanly what real love was Abrahams faith failed not blessed be God and he had grace suf ficlent to safy son God willI provide Himself a lamb for a burnt of fering And God did provide a lamb Abraham thought ne knew whatl love was but he never did until on the wings of faith his spirit took it flight to Gods Heaven and he under stood fully the infinite love of God who was preparing to give His only begotten Son as a sacrifice to tir world There are beautiful pictures o r human love running nil through the Wordof God from devoted loyalI Ruth to Nary with the alabaster box of ointment or Mary Magdalene whose love for her Lord made her linger at the tomb and gave her the first vision of her risen Lore Lure As the love of Christ fills our we can begin to know somewhat a r the love of God but we cannot fully know until we stand on the stdo ami join In tlc grand chorus of vrhho alone is worthy to be praised The potency of the gift of God be rCldtI the rest of our text This gift is nilI cerluMtingri itti ever had any existence beyond the imagination of the one who tells tin story of its wonderful potency has passed away und only the memory remains The storyof Midas touch nnfy thing with which it came in contact 1has delighted and held the attention n readers for generations but it iis but a tale The story of the magic carpet which used to whisk its owned r in the story book to every conceit able and Inconceivable nook and corner of old mother earth has per formed its mission in fairy land amI given place to other fairy potencies of the story writers brain Bu where in history prose or poetry willI you find nn equal to the story of th potency of the Gift of God to the world tinges rod under the direction oijf God could part the Iced sea coal smite the rocks in the desert until refreshing waters gushed forth The trumpets of the priests and thee shouts of the children of Israel soul- lay low the walls of Jericho The Gideons band of three hundred could win a mighty victory over the the Midianitcs The cry of Joshua to God could cause the sun toe stand still The shepherds sling of n David could send crashing to earth- e the terrible giant and deliver from- J the oppression of the Philistines for time but all these wonderful potentialities of God passed away and al we have is a living thrilling memory IeBut the gift which God gave to the world nineteen hundred years ago iis swaying the world more potterfull- he titan ever before and as we review the achievements of the past wonder m ful century we hear it echoed on every hand that it is the result of the Light which God sent into the world to light every man to Him Young Solomon called to the r sponsibilitics of a great and prosper ous kingdom sought a blessia from God In choosing wisdom i order that he might successfully co ieduct the affairs of state he bun that the lesser gifts were included ands j he had both riches and honor In Gods Gift to the world we se cure a Saviour from sin and find tha all the lesser blessings of life are m in eluded Whosover rcceiveth belie eth in Him hath everlasting life The ambitious heart that being1irdof his hopes being limited t the possible three score and ten he has all eternity in which to work of Gods plans The one who has a pasi sion for gold and this worlds good- at may live to realize the of great wealth but when he lea thinks of it the call from his God wi come This night thy soul shall be required of thee and there will be borne in upon his soul with crushing defeat the words of ChrlstWhat shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul Then he will realize that the realities of life are not to be compared to the riches of Heaven to which fife soul has access in Jesus Christ And so with the pleasure seeker The world is going mad in its quest after diverting pastimes and exciting pleasures And is it ever satisfied Does it ever reach the point where it can say I nun content Never1 Like the dope of the morphine cater each successive dose of pleasure must be intensified in order to secure the de sired effect Sodom and Gomorrah of ancient time and the m re recent examples of Rome and Greece show to what end the pleasure seekers are lending s But the secret of true happiness iis found in the acceptance of Goo s Cit No tarnish ever dims the lusHer Of that presence No aching headond shattered nerves ever come in the vpke of the happiness of dwelling Urf tlie presence of Jesus No anguish fOul which leads so often to the stittdca grave ever crushes the soul wjltiUil aftermath when Christ ia th48 is fying IOrtionlThe Pxteneyof finds Girt iisXjt in every throb and being of life Why seek what the world can give w ten Heaven was emptied that all earth and Heaven too might resqflnd throughout the ages with tke pcnftes of the matohlea iift of God to nton Tbeywhowitb Dajdban aidndrather be a doorkeeper in the ITlUse of my God than dwell in the payees of the wicked are today rejoictrjg In the realities of Heaven while heir contemporaries who rejected therule of God over their hearts are awnftlng in darkness their eternal banishment from the Lord God has come down into the midst of men and ib holding out to whosoever will take this Gift of eternal life through Christ Jews What willyon do with Jesus who is called the Christ How shall we escape Iftt c neglect so great salvation NWIs the accepted time now is the day of salvation Today if you wijl hear Isis voice harden not your hearts- I had occasion the otter day to en ster the home where hfllietion had come The father had gone to his work as usual one morning He kissed his goodeby and trudged offtiu work With no wastinapccdingwhile the sun shone and the fresh air spoke of coining spring and the birds echoed in glad notesthe feelings of reviving nature all about suddenly came the crash of cars and Papa lies over at the hospital was the story the sturdy little boy tam me in subdued tones when I tailed PQgrdering on the uncertainties wet1er tro suddenly n tiny bird caugjit my eje as he curled the tree h ghee anti higher seeking its food Never Jh thought but for the moment Seekimj its complete joy and satisfaction the present moment How like same lives was that of this little bird Hejfe t was life in all of its glad fullness 33tt a cloud in the sky to darken the warming rays of the sun Could itIfe possible that only a few steps Uai from the way that I had come a sift rowing wife and tender children were mourning the sudden accident to the husband and father Ah friend are you counting on the morrow and the morrows that follow Are you put ting off the acceptance cf this Giftof feted you by God until a more conve nient season How dare we risk the eternal welfare of the soul in the face of lifes uncertainties Why should we delay when we gnir all through the Gift and have nothing without it As I neared my own door on that- e Lords day afternoon I saw my neigh bor standing in his doorway lint is the little girl I asked There port in the morning was that she was better and ns I made the present 5n quiry it was with the expectancy of good news of continued improvement but as I looked into the drawn featured s of the sorrowstricken father I readl his message and She is dead nee not to have been spoken IIDead What dread sound that wordl 1has to the human heart How weI shrink from the grim reaper Ohthe anguish of that home If the finger ol God had reached out and touchedl those cold lips and made them warm with life had put the light into the 1eye and strength into the little wastedl 1limbs what joy what mad joy wouldl have shook the frames of theparentsin revulsive emotion We reason thusI oftentimes in our childish imaginings saddeyscene the death of a soul 1VIrvhcha we call death may be but the darkJIbeautiful gateway which the eternal life of which we have bee negottenSon and the out r wayewith David while he sings Though I shadowgThornI stnnfI med finI feltthebe- comes the ruling factor in the yield I T powerfultI the hearts o Codatis Paul from the goinasf II I fight against God becomes the great apostle to the Gentiles and the myobody of Je hatrealfzedwaswJaolnI andimtItr 110IIJ f J lMt KINGS ANI THEIR CROWNS King Oscar of Sweden has not only two crowns but although Sweden and Norway are now one kingdom the Swedish king receives two corona tionsThe crown has no part in the inaug ural ceremony of the king of the Belgians who merely swears to preserve the constitution and to observe the laws While some monarchs have no crowns others have several The czar of Russia has a large assortment Among the baubles of the cznr are the crowns of Kier Kasan Siberia Astra chap Poland Finland and the Crimea The sultan of Turkey hat no crown and nothing of the kind iie employed molds investiture with despotic power Ills authority ime frankly the power If- the sword InstciJ of oronatioa the sultan ill girt with the sword of Otto man Take it with faith iis the in junction for you receive It from God Spain originally had no crown and there is no actual coronation now the monarch only taking an oath similar to that of the king of tire Belgians But though not actually invested with the round and top of royalty a Spanish kin has a crown of a very couth and elaborate design though it originally was only a plain band of gold The oldest and to the girt ml imag nation probably the most imposing crown in Europe iin the Iron crown of Lombardy honry impostor though it iis It iis gravely declared to be made out of the nails used in the crucifix Ion It hi 1500 years tlMpnd1 so holy is the material that the laws of chem teal ailinity have been suspended in its favor and there iill not and there never hat been a particle of rust upon It fn the matter of costliness the era lutionary lead seems to have been taken by the Portugtiee crown which has been valued at SSWXiCOO It is however sad to say necessnry to take all such estimates with some caution One would think that where persons so exalted as kings rind uiurns are concerned there could be no distinction between the nominal and the real value Alas the lack of funds same times vexes even the nv t exalted souls and monarrhs have ben known to fake their crowns with colored glass mud to send the real guns to their uncle N SEEN IN THE SHOP WINDOWS Among Banter novelties are shown bisque mantel ornament in the form of geese ducks and a rabbit just emerging from nn egg Small golf clubs Ire shown made in the sizes beat adapted to the use of children With them have come small golf club bags in khaki and in leather which are quite attractive in appear anceAprfiffY1ellgnf Krtln beef linen of a room is a pattern of lilies of tthe xal Icy There are two lines of drawn work above the hem of both pillow cases and sheets and between them sprays of the dainty blossoms In the household goods department is to be found a new iice shaver This article comes in heavy metal in the shape of a covered dipper The round prtlki vided with sharp teeth which shave the ice and force the shavings up into the clipper One of the latest novelties shown in the jewelry department conies direct so it is said from the French capital and is a handsome bracelet called the gate bracelet so named from its mode of fastening As bracelets are to be much worn this season owing to the fashion of elbow sleeves the shops are showing some new and ex quisite designs in this jewelry MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 5 CATTLECommon 2 75 4 90 Choice steers 6 00 G 50 CALVESExtra G 75 Q 7 00 HOGSCh packers 6 95 7 10 Mixed packets 6 65 G 90 SHEEPExtra 5 30 5 40 LAMBS Extra 7 00 15dWHEATNo 2 red 8 86 CORNNo2 mixed 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 4- 5RyENo2 C2 HAY Ch timothy 13 50 13 75 PORKClear 8 18 75 LARD Steam 10 75 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 24 APPLESFancy 4 50 Q 5 00 POTATOESOld 3 00 3 25 LNew u 6 00 5 70 TOBACCONew 2 95 10 75 Old 7 90 Ql5 75 Chicago 90t9 1No3CORNNo2 mixed 61 61 3 nOATSNo 2 mixed 42 42 I RYENo2 58Y- I PORK Mess 16 80 LARDSteam 10 12yj10 15 New York FLOURWin patent 3 85 Q 4 05 WHEATNo 2 red 80Y 80 g CORNNo2 mixed 65 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 50 RYEWestern Q 63 V- zPORKMess 17 00 18 00 LARDSteam 10 35 Baltimore- r WHEATNo2 red Q 8- 4CORNNo i Southern 81 84 2 mixed 65 Q GoV4 OATSNon mixed 48 Q t8Ut CATTLEButchers 6 25 6 75 HOGSWestern 7 30 7 40 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORNNo2 mixed 69i OATSNo 2 mixed 46 1ORK Mess 17 00 LARD Steam ty10 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red Q82tj CORN No 2 mixed 6- 3OATSNo2 mixed 4414th 44 w r RELIABLE zzsssSsssnott R B RETARDII 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 ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS REPRWT1S t ROOFING A SPECIALTY I A RiCXLMANi D 1 HlCKMAX KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acta of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank arc protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o CosblerUHH KMA J WAGON CO MANUFACTURER ur THE CELEBRATES HZre KA WAte a HlOKMAN XENTUOKYn IITIUTIPOIIIHIIHH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for Bit SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles Mikewarmth FAILpowerKo matter how hopeless the case seem Astonishing cud quick results They supply1 the Nerves Bran and Blood With the most power concentratedRVE and BLOOD FOOD beingniTit U E Natural Vegetable Tonic arc quietly assimilated restring Lost Vital- Ity naturally and Unrun Tatletsarc the product of the latest most permanently tiCl and learned research In theclasaeatenaevery time used They bcslu at the seat of the disease nnd net on toe andnnc1t andWOMENUonnnnriImpotency VertigoSttUuS the rre erzrt Paralysis and consumption Weak Women them shonld They use will brine the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces ndd pkasnre to life We could jglve Thong ands of Testimonials but your beat way is to try them We refund the money ila cure Is not ntRCtcd Try them and II you want itt you can have your money bACk juet for the asking Price 60c a box of ten days treatment pix boxes F2SO Securely sealedby mail Postage tump tAken camo as cash Address THE NERVO REMEDY CO 3C8 West Jefferson St Lou1 vine Ky Solo Agents for tho United States Sold byCow ill Cowgill T J a The Shortest Route to Texas a One reason goWvia Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter than other routes f WF swing In distance sav1Lhl Cotton lttlt trams carry Putaun Sleepers tt night Parlor Cafe Cut during the day md Free Chjlr Carl both dry and night Write and telt us where you are going and when you will leave and we will tea you the enct cost of completeJsend you an Interesting little book HA Trip to Tens J fL Pl Gin fir LVlaiUlMPiLASUJ UA- N Leaves ChIcago at 63U p m daily VIA TNa CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 a m Minneapolis at830 a m The Only Perfect Train in the World y a JF b r t GGFGG Crt ttfitGt 66 C CrGtrr terfrtl IrGGGtctrarfr4 GGIrkGtrC l Cti IISTATEi NEWS HAPPENINGS I I I ALAN ADALE j The Colt Is Broken Down and May Never Race Again Louisville Ky May 5It is said that Alan a DaIe who won the Kentucky Derby Saturday may never race again Whether or not the colt is per znanently broken down has not been definitely determined The exact seat of his lameness has not been located1 palThomasI Dale says the horse will not start again at the Louisville meeting Alter the Derby Saturday it was found that a ter don in his fore leg had given way from his trying to save his loft knee which has given trouble for some time THE MYSTERY SOLVED I J stMousesS Missing From the Cash Drawer 2Dunnthehbeena3 dJs appearance of paper money from her cash drawer As Mrs Sutherland I j chaThursday A search was instituted and under thj counter was found a nest lined with j greenbacks Mrs Sutherland say sI I mat her loss from this source IIs in illI probability 200 Only a small amount can be redeemed RightNewportSarah E Spinks of this city mother of Har suitInCoving j ton Thursday agaiSt her son in which she alleges that ho induced his father Charles Spinks deceased to deed t him several hundred pieces of prop erty in Newport and adjoining which Is valued ct 500000 The m ther and widow is suing her son for a dower Interest and likewise for a wit1 ows partnership in the firm of Chat Spink Son which firm is known an one of the largest in this vicinity New Trial Granted Frankfort Ky May 2The court of appeals Thursday granted a new trial to George Howard of Bolt count a son of Mrs Clorinda Howar- who recently gave some sensational testimony in the trial of Berry How ard in Frankfort George Howard was given a lour year sentence for killing his own father Daniel Howard Th3 crtprupon whlcn a nCW trial uaangranted was improper remarls to the jury the loinDrummer Green Released Louisville Ky May 3 Chester Green salesman for A J Conroy Co Cincinnati who has been in jail- tit Lebanon since April 28 for refusing to pay a 5aday license imposed b the town on nonresident drummers Friday secured his release on habeas corpus granted by Federal Judge Ev ans who pronounced the ordinanc- unconstitutional I Scored Them All Louisville Ky May 3Thc April1 grand jury which adjourned Friday In a written report lashed City Court Bailiff Bosler who started a lone cru sade against gambling and the men- bers of the fiscal court who raised cry of bribery in letting the contract for a map of the county All theseas parties were scored for Insincerity j and their motives were impugned Englehard President i Paducah Ky May 5The State Travelers Protective association con vcntion was held here The following officers wero elected President V IL Englehard Louisville vice prosf dent L A Albritton Mayfield sec rotary and treasurer L F Kolb Pa ducal Insurance Company Protests Louisville Ky May 5The Mutual toL1fopaying the 5000 life insurance on WIllwilt1 Goddard supposed to have been acclifedentally killed the company alleging suicide and pointing to the fact that decedent had take out 38000 life in surance The First Installment A CovIngton Ky May 2 Secretary M Abele of the board of library trustees received a check for 10000 Thursday from Andrew Carnegie the philanthropist who gave 75000 to the city of Covington for the erection of a public libraray and auditorium Kentucky Epworth League Mt Sterling Ky May 2The state at convention of the Epworth league Qtjj the Kentucky conference of the odist church convened Thursday night with about 100 delegates in attend bekfeatureRather I j i Lose the Lexington Ky May 2 WathIl I longing to Dabner 6wa1toweJI1 I tEbutc I cause of the high price of meat hov a deandI t j Big Tobacco Market t 131Jj e history cf Maylelds tobacco market f Over 1 t 260 wagon loads of tobacco came from tie surrounding country since early jjhad Friday mcrntog A I ton r- k THRILLING EXPERIENCE Lucky Stars Were Thanked By the Millionaire That He Escaped Lexington Ky May 2James B Haggin the aged millionaire mine owner and his yonug wife had a th escapefromafternoon They were driving to the city from Elmendorf when their spir itcd team became frightened and unmanageable For four miles the team ran at full speed Mr Haggin managing to keep in the middle of the roadOnce or twice at turns the buggy came near turning over Mrs Haggin was cool during the thrilling ride while Mr Haggin was very nervousI when he finally brought the team to n op lIe thanked his lucky stars said GIRL AGED THIRTEEN 8She Instituted Divorce Proceedings Against Her Husband Paducah Ky May 3Cora Pao ePoe Friday brought suit against Wit liam Poe martfated In Metropolis 111 the 19th of lastt jmonth and the next day she left him IShe Is but 13 roars old and alleges induced her to go to Illinois andI marry him by false statements and force He is 20 years old Ilabsas corpus proceedings he instituted for the recovery of his wife from her pa Irents were dismissed Friday morn la gfTERROR OF THE MOUNTAINS Two Feudist Killed and Two Badl Fightastoy5On Beaver LetclwFr court line Hiram Little and Bid InstantlykfJItK1and Bold Cook badly wounded In n meeting of tho Little Cook and Os burps feudists Bad Bill Osborue Is credited with having killed ton mr in his time and was the mountain ter ror His son Tom says he waau to Prink the hearts blood of the sur ottsd Wants His Luly Bell Petersburg Ky May 5A maniac with long hair and beard unkempt and saxape is terrorizing country peopl msar Jajre WfclU 3ilr Jjphn sa 1L d vaneKthe man emerged from a cave with ing knifo and chased the two womoa half t mile yelling Whooee I cut em up I cut era up They stole mv Lilly Bell Luly Bell Tho man was chased by a posse and lost in the creek bottoira MurderYPaducah Ky May 2Officers from Murray Ky have gone to Tecumseh HattieIthe murder ofI her husband and to seek for her alleged accomplice Frank Corcoran a young farmer Tho pair juryltJf CalJowa county a few days ago The crime is an old one CollectionstCovingtona Ky May 3The cello c tons of Internal revenue Friday waro follows Beer stamps 15788 spirit stamps 615371 cigar stamps 17310 tobacco stamps CC192 spe cial tax stamps 2184 documentary stamps 750 proprietary stamps 50 cents total for the day 747646 The total collections for the month amounted to 25409861 By CourtMartial Louisville 1yallay 3Franlt Stotz the alleged deserter from the United States army was turned over to the army Friday Cot Rodman in charge of the local recruiting station ok charge of him and he was order ed at once to Ft Thomas where he be tried by courtmartial Stott lives in Cincinnati Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky May 3The tobacco market was in fair shape Frida Tobacco in good condition sold well record price of 3250 was made on one hhd In all 312 hhds wero offered of which 148 hhds were burley and 16 1 hhds dar Original Inspections 22 i hhds review 88 hds rejections Frl day 220 hhds Smallpox in Allen County Scottsvllle Ky May 3There are four welldeveloped cases of smallpox Trammel this county Dr Wagoner health officer says the disease has been prevailing for at least three weeks but was not discovered untill Thursday A number of persons have en exposed and an epidemic IIs Traveling Men Meet Paducab Ky May 2Tho Kan tucky division of the Travelers Pro tective association meets here Satur day Delegates are arriving from all1 er t state Tho election of presi1 nt promises to be exciting There arc several candidates Lessed Hctel For Ten Years Paducah Ky May 3 Charter Reed and his daughter Miss Emma Reed leased the Palmer Paducah leading hotel for ton years Mr Re previously conducted the hotel foi I years L JI I STOCK I Announce3T Thc New York Firms Their Suspension New York May GThree stock ex change firms Offenbach Moore Henry Bros 8 Co and Lockwood Hurd 8 Co announced their suspen I sioni in the order named at the open1 ing of the market Monday The iamount of their Joint liabilities is va riously estimated at from 2000000 to 5000000 assets unknown and in the opinion of good Judges a goodly Iportion are of doubtful value No very definite statement was forthcoming ifrom the parties most interested The day closed with the usual ru mors of more failures criminal prose cutters and the like The solvency of several financial institutions of stand- Ingi was brought into question but for Jsuch rumors there appeared to be ab solutely no foundation The market was seriously affected by the three failures stocks breaking heavily at the outset but the closing was fairly steady Call money opened at 10 por cent rose as high as 2t per cent and closed at 6 per cent The failures wero directly due Hi last weeks serious decline in a num ber of industrial stocks Two of thliii J group Rutland railroad preferred an1 St Lawrence and Adirondack are reg ularly listed on the stock exchange The others including Dominion se curlties Hackensack Meadows North American lumber and Pulp and Star age power are or rather were more or less1 extensively dealt In on the curb It was an otters secret last Saturday that two or more concerns were In rotted in the decline of the Webb Meyer properties und disastrous re suits were feared News of the three f feailuresdays operations Following announcement of the ailure many lots of stocks and n few blocks of bonds were bought and sold under the rule on the exchange for account of the insolvent concerns pointyfollowed the announcement that Van derbilt Interests had agreed to take up a block of those shares for account of some of tho embarrassed practicallyYm trading in the WebbMeyer stocks The assignee of Henry IiroaCo- J Is Adrlance flush and of Lockwood Hurd Co Bdward D Ferine Doth assignees said they were unable to make even an approximate estimate of liabilities and assets Monday Often bach Moore although suspended1 from the privileges of the stock exchange had not really assigned Mr Moore said their embarrassment would bo only temporary MUTINIED AT SEA Ti1ccfOfficers Were Murdered Port Townaend Wash May 0 British Vice Consul Klocker llondn receirad a letter from Capt H Mey j en of the ship Indiana at Ayachara the most southerly port of the Amen can continent stating that the crewI of the Chilean bark J lecha mutinied + murdered the captain his wife and child the first and second officers aniI the steward scuttled the vessel and escaped to the mountains The letter which was written March 19rtocs not glee the names of the murdered poo pie but states that the crime was committed oft the southern coast o I Chile near Patagonia After seaavtling tho ship the murderers took to I the small boat and reached shore 3tII a small village on the coast of Chil = J While intoxicated one of the crew ra lated the story of the crimIII THE CUBAN CONGRESS I I I That Body Met and Organized froMday Morning e Havana May GTho position of 1 president pro tern of both the senatee and the house was unanimously ae I corded to the oldest member of each body Salvador CIsneses was elect ed president of the senate while Pedro Albarran was elected president of the house of representatives After appointing a committee to pass upon ere dentists both parties adjourned until Tuesday Cuban flags were raised on 1 teaality building Monday when congress assembledRefused 1 wyDenver Col May GJustice Byrne refused to accept bonds for the ape pearance of Mrs Nellie Gabron who H charged with having murdered h husband Representative Albert Gab ron with arsenic and remanded he to the county Jail Her preliminary examination was set for Monday May 12 I To Increase Capital Stock Schnectady N Y May GAt blea meeting hero tho stockholders of the General Electric Co voted to increase the capital stock 19757800 to conf stet of 197578 shares of par value of 100 each to 45000000 to consist of t 450000 sharestBsttlcship Indiana at New York iserrf York May 6The battleship lndiar a of the North Atlantic squa i von arrived at the Brooklyn navy yard Sunday after a cruisa of sonia months in West Indian waters Sffa fVril remain in the yard several weeUs for an overhauling Blare at Wcllsburg W Va Wheallng W Va May 5Flre Suns day night at Wellsburg W Va da 1 stroyod the d cara ng and packing I SB workrl3 owned by Paul Bros The lloss Is 75 Iif 000 to lOOooo with 50000 insurancSyr LJ 111 TIHEI WOMENS CLUBS They Voted Against the Admiss y sion of Colored Me111berS There Was Suppressed Excitement During the Consideration of the alCharterThe Candidates Los Angeles Cal May aArter n two hours discussion of the quaeUon of tattheI w JQonvenJto11W0wliaG 1s known parrupon s agoIlpon day of the toa spirittab ot lrtJlmII 1 Alguday morning us predicted there wqjs suppressed excitement during the hicth ijCfltafi first and when Mrs A O Jlran tfrreSldent of the Georgia federa f ofr 3oar I amendment be considered first every one knew the battle was on When points of order and interN gallon points flew thick and vas Mrs Low retired front the chair temporari 1ly giving Mrs Dmmf on another op Iportunity to preside Section 2 which was considered an l finally adopted From a state where a dub IA a member of the state federation itt would alI gPnerderationecutive board ot the state federation tho power of admission remain as giv on in article II of the bylaws pilawsSection of article IL which willI come up Tuesday should be given now to help an understanding of the situation It reads The president shall refer all app i cations for membership to on membership appointed b boa of directors for action upon the same Action of the committee upon mem bership shall iu writing and unanimous vote of the committee shall bo required to elect In case the com mittee toils to agree the application shall be referred to the whole board the written rote of twothirds of which1 shall bo necessary to elect to memo bership The color discussion entirely eve shadowed the parliamentary rules M rfporiIwere flying fast There seems to I t a wealing that the Decker forces si nth und A Colorado woman f ltel ML intention r7t It her AV i ociocic Tuesday afternoon t the nominating committee is sched pled to meet for the making of trte 3SThe rumor that Mrs Dennison has withdrawn was promptly denied by liar RUN DOWN BY A TROLLEY CAR Dr B M Palmer Noted Divine Badly Injured in New Orleans New Orleans May GDr B M Palmer a noted Preebyterian divine rta crossing St Chart P enue near his home The venerabe minister who is 84 years of age wasl dragged some distance He was car riled to his home unconscious and was found that one leg was broken ne foot mangled and his head crush ed He recovered consciousness later and tho physicians xt his bedsit found him in much better condition onday night than anticipated but on account of his ago there Is st much danger Dr Palmers home has been besieged by all classes and c ditions of people and telegrams have been pouring in from everywhere ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE ThirtyFive Moro Prisoners Were I Killed and Nine Recaptured Manila May C Eightyfour Moro prisoners under guard maden at mpt to escape Monday At a pre concerted signal they got between the soldiers forming the guard and a company at dinner The latter reallzi n hat had happened fired on and pur sued the Moras killing 35 of them a capturing nine The other fugitives escaped erTwo Killed and Two Wounded inrgrowing out of family differences two men were killed and two others were wounded at Armour a small town in a remote part of Limestone county Details of the affair are not obtain Business Portion Burned Danbury Ct May 6A disastrous of an unknown origin wiped out tho entire business portion of town b of New Milford and did damage the amount of at Ilaast S100000 Voluntary Increase in Wages Huntington W Va May 60ne thousand employes of the American Car and Foundry Co of this city were granted an Increase of wages of 10 to 20 per cant The increase was granted voluntary and dates from May L Fort Benjamin Harrison Washington May 0 President Roosevelt has directed that the nev- IInfantry tort to be established at In dlanapolis shall be named Fort Benj Jamln Harrison in honor ot the 1late president of that name 4 FIFTYSEYEimUOHGHESS Washington April ZOSenateA spirited discussion of tho Philippine situation occurred in the senate It revolved around the order alleged tto ave been issued by Gen Jacob A mith to make the Island ot Samar a howling wilderness anu to kill all malt Inhabitants yearsHouselowed three hours debate but cut off all opportunity of amendment pub1buildIng171D6150 among 171 cities As tnc bill covers into the treasury S15S5UOO the total amount curried by the bill is reduced to that extent The bill provides for 77 new buildings an alreadytaemgg on approprlnlionIt also provides for the purchase of 16 sites Washington May 1SenateA res olution offered in the senate Wedncs day by Mr Patterson eol directins the secretary of war to order by cable Maj Gardner now in the Philippines to come Immediately to Washington to appear as a witness before the Phil ipplne committee precipitated a warm discussion The datavte continued for about two hours considerable feeling thedl t bamberHouslThe cu agrilturalconsideration of the District of Co Jumble appropriation brit the last but two of the regular supply measures ftdoptttIterare toloperative the existing per aortal tax law of the District which hue been a dead letter for 20 years VahlnGton Alas iSenateAlulialdo was the special subject of dis cusslon in the Senate Thursday ls governmentbill PhilipulI ne committee because of its refusal FJlIIllnosIHouge The house gave most ol the day to the District of Columbia ap propriation bill which was not corn CPnrdthe Phlftpptnes Washington May 3SenateAlively debate paanoy some remarks he mad on political methods in North Carolina in the course of a discussion of the Philip pine bill The Rosebud Indian racer vatlon bill and the sundry civil bill were again considered but not com IdetedHouseThe howe passed the anti ardietary committee witnout a word ot debate It came up rather uuexpect aedly and Mr Llttlefleld Jlnf who rehad Iliad a minority report on the bill and had intended to offer some amend manta came in Just as it was put up taeIng on The bill is as follows That no agreement combination or con tract by or between two or more per ons to do or procure to be done or nut to do or to procure not to be done any act In contemplation or further once of any trade dispute between em plovers and employe in the District or Columbia or in any territory Qr th United States or between employers and employes who may be engaged iin trade or commerce between th + several states or between any territory and anothur or between varyy territory or territories or any state or states or tthe District of Columbia or with for elfin nations or between the District of Columbia and any state or states ar foreign nations shall bo deemed crlm jinal nor snail those engaged therein lie indictable or otherwise punishable sacitwouldAnot be punishable as a crime nor shall such agreement combination or con tract bo considered as In constraint of letrade or commerce nor shall any re straining order or Injunction be Issued1 1tlwith relation thereto Nothing In this punishmenttito accepted any persons guilty of conspiracy for byoany act of congress but such act u congress shall as to the agreements combinations and contracts herein be foro referred to ba construed as tIf this act were therein contained Washington May GSenateInvindication of the American policy in the Philippines Mr Lodge Mass chairman of the Philippine commitI tee addressed the senate Monday Long before he began to speak the gal lerles were thronged with people andf the attendance on the floor of the sen ate was unusually large Mrs Cowles intergested auditor His review of the sit totedr ances o minority of the conditions there was notably in teresting forceful and effective Both tho sundry civil appropriation trill and the bill for the purchase of the Rose bud Indian reservation were passed HouseThe house mst and adjourn ed soon after being Informed of tile acatn of Congressman Otey of ir ginia Sarto Domingo Surrendered Jacmel Haytl May 5lt Is report ed here that Sauto Domingo the cap Ital cf tho Dominican republic surrer derail Saturday to the Insurgent forces President Jlmlnez of the Dominican republic is said to have taken refuge In tie French consulate there Accepts the Dishoprlc San Diego Cal My aRev H M Restrick of this city who was tn dored the post of bishopl of Honolulu has decided to send in his formal acceptance of the btshorric The con secration ceremony will tape plnJ this city Died of Heart Failure Chicago May 3 James C Sturgis ono of the organizers of the Chicago clearing house and one of tie found ers of the Chicago Bankers club died here of heart failure He was 73 years old A F OLIVER Jlacksmithandf Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY IVE ME A TfllALwben you wu t cr Blftekimltblag done or repairing t specialtyI GoodshKoiewood sad solid Ulaek1 stoat Colin and Can which ea s be IteaaD In abort notice and al eaves ible prieti Alta ea a call ilrl Shop soar the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT 4 J H POLLOCK JPropr sureamescsjorved with courtesy and politeness Pa nonage solicited Telephone 19 GashJ Bock Store 1 Splendid Selection of JEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS di Call andsee our Stock Ever ibiug up to date MARY RFRFNDFS it Co ITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here tto stay Nobody will appreciate year- tronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than wo old reliable barbers R U CALDWELl WILT CROWELI b DRS DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY S Offloe over Cowgill 7 Cowgllla Drug store LeEEAKER J I Geaeral Grocers Powell Blook Clinton 9ttRaving purchased tlio Grocery Block ot ji eC Uoiidurint would be pleated 1 Iq hue all old laude to call Fresh Ooodl I and Choice Uattlns W J EAREY CO AT- e DUlA ERS OLD SHOP A make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one BLACSSMiTHING OF ALL KINDS LL WORK GUARANTEED F Ilrmlry Joo W llclaJlU BENNETT REMLLYA- TiORNEYS = ATLAW == ia11f7 th Conrtfl of Hiokmau nut Fulton coun lies Mr Bennett offlro will remain at Clinton and Air IteuiicyH in Hickman I 1 The Big Four Route is a Railway System Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway s Built end Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of the II BIQ FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and CafG Cars In addition to which Sixty Pullman Sleepers are In Continuous Service on the uma FOUR and its Throut Car Lines VARRENJlYMCH WPDEVTE beli1 ru1k TAaOsctllttsiLUr w- 1 r