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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Se 1 q X o 0 r FVS s M i- I ri to t 1HE HICKMA r IER t 0 f tu y 0 r OLDEST r EW PAPE IN vV1iERN KE 0 T uoi c9 T 2l cV 0 i c 1f ESTABLISHED ftit J c 1fL 13t yPt 3 t 7859HlCKMAN FULTON COUYjY MAY 16 1 1902 VO XXXVIt NQ26 lI J1 d CASH T OASH l CASH Ti r 1 t P o FreshGroceriesas the lowest for Cash and Cash only L IlftlilessLt Call and examine my stock and be convinced1 m o tIf ae 1 = J ii tR p o Ce ivC ho E e I 1 a 4k A HOLY SQUEEZE There is a girl in this place so re ligious that she will nut allow her ostryoung man to squeeze hor hand withT titshethisl thudoest I J t neighknockett the scripture would make an impres J slpn on him Hawcsvillo Plaindealor i Whooping Cough in A wojnan who has had experience+ proouupusi She says Our three children took ttfioopingcoueh last siboChawberlaintheir plumpness and camo out in much better health than other children whoso on parents raid not use this remedy Our oldest little onejwonid call l stilt for whoopsSessiPinkoyllallo I lf Remedy is for sale by Cowgill it Cowfgull I CHILDRENS DAYy f of AH interesting programme huts been prepared consisting ofirsJ recitations aMethodiste aJ sutitsitigitedto attend Sciatic Iourtcenu1 havo been attlicted with sctut wtJoshrheumatism for fourteen ys Ii able u bw around but constantly 1 tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I dill and was immediately tottered and in a guppysay to not use this liniment anti get well for sale by Cowgill Cowgill STEAKt dcclarotlbyof 30 per cent on itsdjlt0tOO000 capital for tho past six Sinudailmen the table Chicago Record ilernld Cures When Doctors Fail Lais8th 1001 r 1 had malaria undortreatmonlllystopped taking their medicine the eve would return I used a samulc bottle Herbine found it helped life fhcuI ycuredyou furnishing such a splendid thffering y oottlentLI I 1 r I Lteatner I i i Bargainsi 7 1 We an offering some good bargains in Dry Goods Shoes Et- cGoodsWashxAVo show the best line in town Lawns Din ities Ginghams Crashes Madras Etc from 5 to 50c lper yard Ladies Knit and i Muslin UnderwearLa- dies Knit Shirts and Drawers at 5 to 2Jc w c Muslin Underwear we are selling more than ever before Corset Covers at 25c to 7 te5cUnder Skirts at 50c to 200 Chemise at oOc to 150 Drawers at 25c to 75rk Ladies and r Misses Slippers a We are having a nice trade oil our Ladies Ox fords in Dongola and Patent Leather Lace+ I 5r Oxfords 35- 0Gents Sandals and Colonials at 98c toc Furnishings t Wo show an uptodade line in Gents Wear rUSt received new lint LION BRAND Neglige Shuts and Shirt Waists at 100 and 150e Clothinga v New line Gents Flannel Suits Coats and i Pants for hot weather at 5 6 S and 10 Straw Hats 4 the nobbiest line of Gentsi Straw cHats in the oitynt 25c to 200 0 Baltzer Dodds I f I r i tJ ir r WILL CANADA EVER EDii I OUR of the ultimate results of the ee traordinary land movement which is at tracting thousands of American to settle in northwest Canada farmersIi doubtedly be the creation of an aune c ti tiou sentiment which at soino favorableI moment may result muuipu between the two countries j l situatlhaveof woinwildduo willIllccrut 1 purposes s time gtanningr maimng open to settlement that tli wittheoutlookis to occur is along the lines of the inovoment now biingf reported in the current notes Thow j fertile i opeltoi up y wulcoutdi they do the English for the reason that j they profit by American prcgressiveucs I J 1rntrItI ayytrilltion Mummy native Canadians are of iI the same way of thinking They per gaitandI country The bond that holds them to wenk9rtThed1r9SUUTH ration iit a natural logical and irre henstd ituationIi WOMEN OF THIRTY ii j1Ij rar t itrHalo which I ttying flattering unction tu fithe souls of thoso women who have eel1 1 thcithirtieth articleeshatoseiI society insipidly pretty girls and i are fascinated the mnturcr charm j of thuse who can only bo called girls b I t courtesy The tastes of men in this re gard seems to have undergone a com fee pleto revolution and instead of flutter JE uu th cxperioucfd iri tu i tItj s 17e tS trlaft11eJtfzon sharpen the l etlversation with same brilliant and beat tiful woman Yes but it i nut the brilliancy and beauty rather than tL iilattrnctingiiliilC i 8 F rime is advancing and this has no doubt given rise to tho theory advanc ed by the writer in Health WAY TO KILL THE TRUST of TopicsThe lthocongressional commission an appeal to the court the application of tile Sherman law or tbo invoatigatious- the of Attorney General They Irave simply stopped eating beef and tt trust is tended down with meats it ca not sell This is the true Democratic method of preventing circnntvertiii and regulating the combiuntions of capital that the demagogues protend to dread so much If you dont like the price of any article dont buy iit The thousands of people who have become mporary vegetarians have dean more kill the beet trust than all tho laws from Moses to Congress MAKES TOBACCO HARMLESS V Paris Cor New York YorJdrI f Further exporiments by ariou French phjsscinns confirm the success i I of tho discovery which ucntntlizis t hf i nicotine in tobacco so that cigarettts while retaining their perfect aroma arc absolutely nninjitrou to ilnI IIil thJt r Oanii r smoked t0 lung L UijTGt I igars in 12 hours without toy had effects and Dually three smoked soSi J cessfnlly mako item ill Lr Buui made a boy of 15 a nonsmoker sin I four cigars during an afternoon a pulse of the boy did not risk and he was nut nauseated Fastidious nma t tears have toiled to distinguish the ordiUlurtonI I several hours in some liquid compound FRENCH GRATITUDE Paris May iIThe Gaulois referring to the vote of 100000 by tho United States for the aid of the Martinique sufferers and the sending of an Ameri can cruiser to tho island says Of all friendly manifestations the most brilliant and the most touching I are certainly those of the United States The great people beyond tho ocean havo again proved that feelings of humanity and generosity are among the noble qualities upon wuich they pride them selves This very flue example of human solidarity touches us profoundly and we are happy to note it in this un forget tblo circumstance Iy filpTING ANIMAl tr r lit o JI T thaie apparent1+1 story of nreal edokF t11B1nJ7Thfl GulvestOrf NnYil1R a J ff 0a ten InstapceaJ nnd as4 emu Tat tf lads sane ktnd of t1 1 yardsaltnketlIJd13ogs But up to puppies and half grownIt If and oaten Some of 1becuJtLbntt Peoplehe I r1vfnonslyiIjII to II 110 t1p aQand devour any tlCShjI totI llnh aihtaiu that they are l t t rorltunalq and support iusttucgSrr g n casetf C atiimars te heroi of asouJu this last j v t a asc is rclatt11 that I northeruI1Jo graw I t lottJ I isu se strange f tIt CON lYarki1IS thpt i S L- Wi AMES SETTLED ITI I jJ fksin a rural Scotch district i day diScl1bsing tivtmtsign ltlq etIi cuckoo is hcardfor time first I tltp year ODe if them said itt gu or getting married which IiUIFJiJj IjiRied sot tint ram certainly not t I Ij J j worthykti J bartI ttmli farmer RaiI111Ja was passing e canItug what I ouhtYt notdcJ J + Uncnls A Great Secret 1 teu asked how such startling physiciansIIr I scoY i pnsttmptiou Heres the t cats out thopUlegmaud l mucus and lets the life I enrich amttl jttali tll ms soonyield to Dr Discovery the most in kly fur all Throat find Lung iuarantet d bottles We and Ekal btttli even at CowgiU iV s PA WIFESrPHOTOESIi I Washington Cor Chicago Inter Ocean Thomas rr Walsh hns just paid a photographer iOO for taking pictures Ills wife When Mrs Witlsh return od rout Paris not long ago she brought aiifaasortuiont of gowns that have been wonder and envy of half the United I tnlos The other tiny she donned these gowns one by one and posed beIj into a camera until her entire ward depictedShe I ome themnto In fact this hasprooved maingWalshs example It affords untold pleasure to discuss costumes the muter lvls the trimmiucs Svc i 4THg IlKST IS THK CIIFI ESlii N how cjiap but how good is the questauTl A VEEK REPUBLIC is uo us cheapus ittls possible to soil a t first lass newspaper It prints all th- nett that iis worth printing If you rend at all the year round you are post lon all the important and inter esfciug affairs of the world It is th bcswigd must reliable newspaper that andIIl I l l umtJtl LI erilitit uprice SI ft year Ar poektmastbyooeRTPUIILIniCJHGwTH OF lIBERALITY I i 1 itt an uproar would have been ratt ia1r n oautury ago had a COJ I PdM uf Rabbis suggested that th Oh lian Sunday bl adopted ILl till dot of rejy among the Jews Thouch for the lest few centuries Jews have IPS audTcss strictly held to their day the idea of making Sundry the recognized day of rest has never seemed so near adoption i If the tenor of the remarks which were made at the Central Conference i of Jowls Rabbis in New Orleans may i be taken as indicative of the general j sentiment among modern Jews thoi1 I day is not far distant when the Ilast t dad uf the week will be abandoned in the i hope that greater good may be done by j uullobserringI businessu j I Jttjis a pity the Beef Trust cannot Ije subjectedj to the volcanic treatment I 1r t d 1t r- i J t tlt i iTSONlY A QUESJIO r 6 ir fJ Jt 1r 1 t l sto hlfk1lt10IFurnit 1ejqit want ThCJ ri s Sl1cliJB rtt1 of tlls ilha ur stock 1I it ito1l1Q1 nuy l st r1Tgj ar4lcl8Jhut oll ihr Y U c81 tf del3e7r+ p1it1 cll t1m quality being Sueltor JtIjl I Stylec4b I titi InOilllStlbli lm1nt LUn a RWESPr r1rAJ 11 e lmr tJ1qcr a big bt1SlnASS ony alsluttlL + s nlU llltlltt111 tIuU il JAt1e bumne s 4 r r Jlalgu1 gas f ijo 5gilllP lGf of eompfete inits to as iIdfs re t d fCall aln1 Leo them l IMorris PhII IpS J He ckman Ky11 t r SOME GREAT DISASTERS I THE WORLDS l HISTORY Livesa Lost79 AFropPion of Vesuvius OOOU2Qooo12G600001421l= O1530FloollinH1531=Earthqua6ejin Lisbon 550000 1 G0000J6201 iq3 arthquakc in JffiJdo 2000004 1001irtEarttgltakuiuGrtntd 1u1 uUIUU15711trc I 216Ghire15 IfcaJ VRlcanio Eruptious Iflanlit 3Gg8B3lJ J 14CIDOOGalcslon nool1 500019t21j i i Unique znaAtni 0 r burtThunduJoLMaiden DJAhorneGUllcrIo nomIuatiou I il ij r NINYTorture is3 bad exam o for tho e Americaff armrto set to a people the 1i t- Jt inferior oftlicirowunation says the = anincitemelitto similardotty ttbntun Filipinostjlctheinplane should qome down to jj jiCIairuedfisrto in trounce torture and that de + Hiartures1 from the methSds of civilized warfare Hader the omuiar doC ot jce j of the i reintalianonex plaiiatlou It was said that during tlfoT c war between the United States ands + S aJu the Spanish prisoners were ear= b pri tl at the liuitua ity with whichthey were treat rhe Filipinos should bo astonished cluy ciia be chilinY I 2 treatment better than by torture Tlierq romethods of pun hmcn without rsorting to time practices of Savages OBrv dernoralizeilbyThe man who protests against savag cry should not be attacked as ono who t is assailing our army in the Held In stead of apologizing for and extenuatingfsuch things as the order by General 3 Smitli and restraining investigation there should he the most rigid exami nation i I Why Dont c 3i i You Open Your Eyes Q And look about you Don t you see that 1 am sol ling all kinds o- fFarnilyGroceriesrya esswuatneera wr ro at such reduced prices that it does prove that you make money to buybut CASH Prices This is not MOW or mere the real filet Talk to any tehavnt colei them more fora dollar titan credit houses VOtlleI cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable givinglcredit to others This1 is the point I soil strictly for cash no favorites but I give you moie goods and us good quality for the same money Dont doubt this and waste your money elsewhere but come and see me and Test Plices1 A o- I Also I am agent for the eIPi1NTSNotthe cheapest iu price but the best atldmost dur able Ipaint niado Guaranteed by Siiiimons Tiflrdvare Company St LouisiIo 0If CUE THRELKELD 1 kictl lllrza7kt e 1tzldet7 u tuts p 01 j j 4 IIiI1PS l A T e 0 ow T Llr 0- rt A ft IJOUNCEMENTS KOI COSQKKSS No tstCaOBSLAiDv caudlaate to represent the it Cun- gressioual I US District in the Lower Honseof the next Congress of the Unlted States His candidacy is sub are ject to the action of the Democratic come partSWi may Walter N Haldeman President of the Louisville Courier Journal probably the oldest and most successful newa paper man in the South is dead 1tOn May 20sh tho U S flag will he dent hauled down on tho island of Cuba or where it has proudly floated in undis the pnted authority for 3 years Oldto Glory can come down as proudlyI when let right as when her bravo soldiers raise it whoa right And no one fools humil iated byifc and foreign nations do not laugh at it either H tthCol Tom Corbett Dead as1ho1 Western Kentucky will loarn with sorrow of the death of Uol Tom Corhott who died suddenly in Frankfort Ky Friday night last he was one of the best known men in tho State genial the warm hearted popular sincerely every bodys friend and everybody lilted Tom Corbett For the past 40 years ho hits been before tho public always in route public office and everybody always glad that he was1Uthtit1 The Methodist The Southern Methodist General Conference in session now at Dalhie Texas has before it five important matters not yet acted onfl1 The election of two Bishops H1 The Publishing House War al tint 3 The election of a Missionary Bishop 4 Church insurance 5 Deaconesses The Conference will continue in session the whole ot this week t tot Killed Paper and Himself Adrian Britt onco editor of the Jack sonville Fla Union died last week a pauper in a poor house in Ohicag- At the time of the HayesTilden election his paper the most influential in Florida its owner worth ono million dollars strong democratic suddenly JlFloridaintense excitement of that ulemorublr contest The old patrons of the pa teas suddenly lost all confidence and respect for the old editor lie sold the spect tlfNo Election Ordered W1hoago the County Judge praying that the question as to selling spirituous vinous and corporalimitstang JudgeKearhy potitionoAndf V e learn that the ladies of the W C T U had carried on such lijl earnest canvass among the signers of tho petition th a auillciout number of names had been petition 1 signers It is probable however thy tho saloons would have been defeated anyway In fact sri confident art tl- temperance wsi1n that we nuden tn- tltaJ laj are getting UP a petition to t tho sense of tho whole county on till question of saloons or no saloons 4s HiOLD ED CROSSLAND FIRE 11c They Think His Son is Persecute Evidently tho piaiuedry prmuaelecttouan intense lire of interest somewhat ate i tstourto the enthusiasm which usi to follow Col Ed Cropland when mounted and i at the head of the Uibralter column of Democracy Indeed the fire arouse dgtll thattoHawcdly political battles and largely because i unfairi1 j treated and that he is being persecuted 3 They dont believe that thoro iis an p dominic cr in the Cropland breed an that because ho tights back against al ledged mistreatment by politicultughoses only evidence that he is game and will not submit silently to wrongs If this feeling continues to grow UwrotIj will lie a good vote nut at tho primary oil Saturday the 24th mId some of the jareat work to ninke it grow Spring Ailments4 t There is an acliiug and tired feoliug 4 the liver bowels and Kidneys become sluggish and inactive the digestion it paired with little or no appetite no feelingthattoning up The trouble is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbiue n will remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and b9Its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place ot weakness 5 t tLF W S Ellisons il i t- ii TRUSTS CAN BE SUPPRESSED I uitiu with an abiding faith in onr will believe that the erican people cannot stop the trust when they become sufficiently- aroused and determined If the mo nopolistic extortion to which consumers now subjected continues a few months long he antitrust issue may to overshadow all others and the country Political managers well keep their oars to the groundBoston Globe WILLING TO STAND BACK is no hope for a town where ry mau is pulling for him selt and give a snap whether school keepn inot But this is not the history of 111 men of Hawesville Every fellow wants to see things move and is wilting stand back in a polite manner and the other fellow push Hawesville Plaiudealer THE IDEA Father Mario I wish you would ask young Perkins why he rtesii t go homo earlier I DaughterWhat nn idea igtpx Just if ho ducat know Puck THE NEW RAILROAD IJ Hurdwell News Tho Cairo and Pitducah branch of Illinois Central is Ui be completed without ful1lby the first day of October This week contractors have been very uumeruuB on the proved route ttile Arthur Bro of Chicago have tend a representative in the Odd mid hue let several subcontracts to local contracts them beintfSteve Pulvhsk of is place J C DupoysUr of WickII tre and J P McKiniiey of Stands like n Stone Wall Between your children and the tortures of itchinu and burning oczemn scaldhead or other skin diseases ow why by using Bucklens Arnica Salvo earths greatest healer Quickest cute for Ulcers Fever Soros Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In fallible for Piles Loc at Cowgill ti Cowgill t 1 BURGLARS AT CLINTON Burglars raided the town of Clinton J Sunday night They first entered the store of E O Reid J Son and obtained there n lot of shoes clothing grips and jewulrf They entered T K Naylors drug store but Mr Taylor was unable to ascertain postooffice they stole n lot of tautas anlll I dpenniessum They also obtained an entrance into Johnsons furniture store but Mr John says they did not get Anwthin that he could nits This is tho third time that the postolllce has bien recently J torePburglars as the oillcers tracked tore foot prints to the railroad where it is J 1111 llh sJUr ulJLlrlin fly iiIt m 11 r ttr1 1 thought that they were connected with I the robbery At Reids store they stole several pairs of canvas shops with rubber sot J hich- CC they probably put on as the tracks from the store bears prints of 1 new shops Mr Reid iU probably the heaviest loser MILLIONS OF ACRES OF WHEAT HAVE BEEN ABANDONED Washington May 12 Returns to the statistician of the Department of Agriculture made up to May 1 show the cultivationI000 acres This is 4808000 acres or 152 per coot less than the area sown last fall according to the estrcpt acreage con sidered necessary Of this nbandon I ItlUlnt Kansas reports 835000 acres Texas and Teuniseec each 270 000 scar 1 Indiana 205000 acres California 402- II I 000 acres Oklahoma 326000 crts and Nenasy bunt t Virxiuia lContu kv Ne- bntska and Vh hiiiKl n tell butwe n I lOOOtX and AJuU acres For tho area r iiitining under Pull vilion lhe average uomiiti n uu May 1 yea 7ff4 uifthist UtI oa Miy 1 mol 1w XicilvIs a gnmter p srer of digits inc nu liulgNews y J and regulate tin digestive organsi gently expol all poisons from the sys tom enrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only sic nt Cow i Cowgills HENRY JUDGE DEAD homoIWednesday at p m and was buried in tlJOdattended by a largo number of friends Mr Judge had been in failI health fort year or more but bft J recently snlficently recovered to ntr I family and frinnds strong hfn of hi restoration to health He was I formerly an old citizen of Hickmau tense torislvelw known nail fur man j I I years nn active factor in business affairs lIe was liberal and kind li ttrt j ii ed an affectionate nUll indulgent put Jt and brother and devoted to his I J I 1 ltepututiouIlWhites Cream Vennif nge has nchiev ed a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers and for its 1 tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children as itsutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves tbei- I i dIgestion and Assmnalahon of food I I trengthens tlleir uervQus system tlntiI restores them to health vigor and- o elasticity of spirits natural1 to childhood 25c at L P W 5 Ellisons W R WSTR llI I FINE WHISKIES i i IiI ii i Tltrllllsi i II 8TIII I h n UNION CITY T E NjlfS SSE E r1fL jr w JR = bJ SB OOTTr I Tint H l NicestEsht Canned Goods K 1 z J J 1fE ket Heinas Piokles s ins Catsups Deviledf Crabs with Sh 12g Canned Asparagusv S Lo serve hot orfor stuack Mllie verv thinirs for spriniiI use and lUllCi 1 Iont j 1I- FI U CGrEB3 cfe S03XT AT REST Again the dark shadows of death have fallen upon the home of Mr and Mrs Isaac Shnff and gathered another lamb into the fold little Swan B Shntf who was born Sept 6 1901 and died j May 12 1002 age 8 mo and G da It is with the deepest sympathy for the bereaved ones and the kindest of friendship that I write the lines Cheer up dour parents your darling babe has gone from your midst but sweet is the thought of tho hopeswe hive of meeting our loved onus where eath or purling is no more The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away He has gone on to be with Parktr Oh what a happy meeting that wU be rkgbut wo muy go where they ud IGoel through his infinite wisil who doeth all things well s take them above leavingsa diiwnpointmeut behind Dr mother brother little sister l1tl1Jlmcl ritll ever i ff fheaven i Fold the little hands so wax n Oer the pulsiless baby breasts For our little one is slopping In deaths long and dreamless n i Press the gold fringed eyelids + A v Oer the sunny trusting eyes Eyes that closed on earth forever Open up in in Paradise Vet who would wish to call him back From his home ot light above 4 Who would ask that Jod had left him jHero to cheer us with his love Even with our love to guide IimtIn the path of good and right C40 Would he still have entered heaven tWith a soul so pure and white s f H and N OBITUARY- s fhe wife of Air Levy Spillor tall asleep in the arms of Jesu TuesiiaV morning May 13 1802 Her death cast n deep shadow over tho happy honsohold though she has been sick for many weeks She was the light and joy oi 1 the home Dear Kosu prott sfd faith in Christ iutYtlloJ1 I the was a good rliristiun woinnn and lured by all who kueuyher Sin Iitll Klallerujtitfordeclared that hshe wasreitdy todciiart- I idiil lie with Christ niifl IrkViifl one 1inlbefore Thus as a ripe sheaf she was gatlierwl for tho Lords harvest hour She leaves a husband seven children a host of friends and relating mourn her death She was IniJi I rot in the Rush Creak cemoteryB i ces conducted bvt hey Mqcro ufliHsk man sr g ujTihitrHath lost her luster herehBut shines in Heaves light JftIit nlho dear mother Tho brightest star of the house Has gone to be with Christ And angels to roam 1 Wo loped her yes widowed herd But the angels loved her mute t elor they called her over yonder f shores V ILandJ rustwi1urftI a whith saint plateil aUlItscetbasins andsoi which thathtwealth reveals rather than conceals The motto of the late J Sterling Morton former secretary of agriculture was Plant Trees Whenever anyone asked him for Ins autograph he would- r write it on a little card Which bore that under the greenlpro 001UIOwest M 0 ft I+i+ t+ 01 +H HH tI Buildingi J 1 f Material T I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM i T BEN iI J of Doors and Windows Shingles Ric I ILimitBuilder Hurt Cement hardware ofawtsOils etc f ESTI3IATKS + I I t CIIIhltlUIITNU1t115111ilf k FlayD STUFFS ny Uftt c L P WS Ellison l i Jorr1Joi HTIo r+ ti4 1 FINE SHOES HAVE THE FLOOR We art ivady to imvt tin1 Ladies who want fun footwear I OXFORDSJ SUPPERS 1l GOlOflllS 6 k hSIIOES OF ALL KINDS r And titI prices lower than ever for High Grade Shoos Vr Ui Baby Shoes in all Grades I IMens Shoes perfect shape StylesSIn Patent Kiel Velour Calf Vici Kidl and Box Calf 350 a 1pair You need not judge onlynof the fit w protect you + ti points of style and1 service I Its to our interest to sell you good shoes r l r Y ycu MocEYs ro t1h bI IISHOE iiStore Yi i I k RISE a TAYLOR 1 l J Hickman Ky tJ JIJ t Read JIll Ht1 ftrut Courier f- rt l AdvanceFo I TWO CAR LOADS I j tolr e UnderIi Come in and examine our stock before you buy andwe will save you nione iIf you wish you can bring us in a well signedup note for 75 made payable Sept 1st awl we will spud you home in a new Haydoe or Anchor Buggy witha I fine set of harness vv 3a Heflcler1 Sfl cfe OoSuccessois to E E REEVES CO r HICKMAN KENTUCKY t I I8 tIIr r k N f = 3 c tC on Clf1 C cC LJUCLLLL tt LonisvilJloudny See the ail of D E Wilson A Co iu this issue The story of peace in South Africa has become a serial Kentucky regard the water cure with iuexpressablo horror Mr Chas Motor of Now Madrid was in tho Oity yasterdav Misses Irene Faris and Bessie Case are visiting in Mrs D T PadnCfthIing her brother See the Hue of wash goods at BERGS i Rev Oscar Salmon of the holiness church preached at Bessie Tenn I Union City is arranging to have 1ii Street Pair from Juno 30th to July 5th I Embroidery club meet at the resi dente of Mrs Ed Prather this evening Mrs Audrelle Heoves of Oceola Ark I is visiting Mr and Mrs R B Brevurd Miss Annio Murphey of Jordan is visIting her sister Mrs Dr II pmiler R G Corsets never stretch sold only at AMB13RGS Unolo Jo Stuagnla of Cairo was in Ilickmau Monday reviving old recul lectionsMrs Minnie Wheeler of Martin Teim is visiting her father Elder T F MooroII sent some time on business has returned home The wehaveI The Republican campaign cry was A full dinner pail Now tho cry atI Quit eating moat Mrs C L Rundle is visiting her daughter Mra Horace Luten in Fulton and will remain sometime Tampallamixing with old friondsII If you want Pers see tho E P Reed line nt- AMlBERGS The SL Louts Worlds Pair is now fixed for lJO1 Tho nest Presidential l election occurs the same your Only half the average crop of when is to be expected in this section is the r opinion of many of our best fanners Eld Ilarduuian will fill his appoint meat at ML Herman noxt Sunday morn ing and night Everybody invited Some young people give a bran dance strawberries ice crool 1andgood music in West llickumu tonight Mr and Mrs II C Barrett of Briu son Ga are visiting Mr and Mrs T A- Ledford inifi oil IA her shoo Gir- ottCekr r E E Reeves Co carries the largest assortment in styles Wo have now in stock about 25 different styles of Bug gies itc Mr Tout Ilolcouibe pharmacist who has been in business the past year at Indiauola Miss returned home Wed nesday Mrs Jas Baker of Jonesboro Ark and Mrs Dr Jno Stubbs of Carnth ersville are the guests of Mr and Mrs JnoJ Stubbs Miss Sadie Amberg left Wednesday O morning for Paragonld Ark her father Mr M Amborg being very ill with typhoid fever The Ladies Ail Society gave an ice cream and strawberry sipper in the Cayce Church Grove yesterday evening for the benefit of the church Senator Gorman the greatest of Democratic leaders says the fleet Trust will be the greatest illustrative issue of the next Presidential campaign 2 Fats vs Fats The best nine of the Fats of Hickumn crossed bats with the Pats of Union City yesterday on tho latters grounds at Union City Mr Jas W Honey tho talented and promising young lawyer has hewn selected to deliver the Commencement i address at Hickman College Dr J H Evans has been called to r tho Jst Methodist church Jackson 4 IVnn and Rev E K Bransford takes ii his work at Bard well and Wickliffe Miss Lillian Luten daughter of Dr Sam I nten who has boon attending tI theCincinnati Conservatory at Music halreturned home seriouslyI ill with typhoid 1j fever 1 Mr W J Harper who has been in Kansas City Mo the past SIX weeks under treatment of physicians returned home Tuesday apparently completely J restored to health t The congress appropriated 200000 to help the survivors of the terible calami 1 tyon the island of Martimjne The war and Navy Departments have beenii if ordered to speed the supplies Rev Mr Brown will preach tt the C P church Sunday at I1 a in and Sunday night and with the help of Roy E CHendrix of Union City will continue the meeting through next week The marriage of Miss Mabel Goaldor a sweet and much loved young lady of Hickman to Mr Prater of Paul Valley Indian Territory iis announced to occur Juno 26th Tho Courier sends congratulations in advancer Ttfr Chas Baltzer has let the con tract for building his new residency to McClannahau of Union City MrlLrCue Threll eld has let the contract for hiS new residence in East Hickman toI r Latmora Nugent of Cayce Insurance companies are raising the rates dud cancelling somo risks they call extra hazardous It looks like they dput care to increase their busi aces much It is said that the past ywr WAS a loosing business to them v a n- M I r ELLISONS I lI 1 l a c Are showing this week speciall values in every deportment I to which they invite your attention Yy I Shirt Waists 50c ladies Skirts25c ililChildrens ang Misses I ReadytoWear Dressestae Muslin UnderwealVV Ladies Drawers 1 7ne t 1 Gowns 50cto200 tt Corset p Wash Dress Goods 5 to HOe THIS HIGH GRADE SEWING MACHINE Drawers Dropllwl Oak Voo l work IiNuiM Stitch Regulator High Arm sVlf Tliivaill injr Shuttle l Lork Stitch Automatic Huh Dill Winder Guaranteed for it yars only 1175 1 9 i Bissels Carpet Sweepers TIle only make that will do satisfjidx- rMillinery l wOIl k to t0 Another E1SbOX TIlE DOLLAR SJOn dill 2WlkBargain i i Isbrimful und running ovei with freshnt w lidif 1111 s week weiare showing F1LADIES it worth 20 SOcCIIILDRENSClothing 40mIt I no 150 and 125 value at 100 Those are odds and ends pick edtin week in St Louis urn include tho very best of I stylesIn i I fIce I Wator Coolest 1 76 to 260 I t Ellisons i I I anor I1 1 Mr Ed Cropland City attorney of Maytiold sun of Mr Sam Grassland was in Ilickman Tuesday looking attar the congressional race urg ing Orosslaud men to turn out and vote in the primary May 21th All parties indebted to us must settl at onto or their accounts will bo placed in an officers hands D E WILSON tGO 161 A good clover pasture Apply to C L Rose near Hickman Now that 1JKH is the date of tho Louisiana Purchase exposition let all begin familiarising themselves with the namo and the objects of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Tho Primary election to nominate a Democratic candidate for congress in this occurs Saturday May 24 The next congressman from this dis trict will be named at tho primary which is to be held in this congressional district the 21 iusr If you would have a voice in naming the congress man you will vole in the primary to 350 to 1of1 r 19 to K jfib fJ Covers Skirts fic led Double last and District fmintill1lethodiduesilaynight delivered meeting were able and impressive rod productive of lUnch good New line of Rt G Corsets at- AMBERCS Mrs 11 M Isler returned homo Ties beOlI1visitingKoger much r improedii Take your Buck and hayo thorn sharpened two for 25 cents You will never wish to take another dose of pills if you once try Chamber lains Stomach L Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in1 effect Thny cleanse the stomach and lorsaleII by Cowgill I I j j iI I II 0 i j i i r AN Et1iPTINAL WatersSoap1 PowtlerBtc1 DruStorex fhd Southern Baptist conventionI AshvilleNmoro proviousconveloon tRaptbodyandsI lior F lSHAWS SONS 6 CashGrot1 oncourgiutog I countryrhhasllilljnt Fcountrymenwniclvprbmisesmjehfor permauauctsfAf t We Move Next WeekTod- ay j aitl tomorrow will be your last chance to secure choice goods from our stock at less than cost r D E WILSON COiltl TflXAS R NSfslAN+ LOUISIANA Iilj Arebestrca hrd the otton el whic lineruni i trams frdm St Lo cbe a 1 Ca ro directly I j through the most fern rtto o Ark nsas Loup isiana slid Texas J se tits either reach direct or m e o e SM i iii connections for all parts of th t Southweit NX 5 I FT wear If ioeaaInemitareI per watt for a copy ow 1iaIIcI tbeII oWMatitIi j i I i tobetterI I IIAN EASY ROCKER IN TIlEI CORNER JIll A L Is within the rea h of all it advantage pricesjwhichjsign an assortment that is now at its best and in which theres every likli foraeveryhnfanmU Ihe tI lighted wifh the reasonable rICC L 4 It OAK ROCKERS 0 CANE SEAT 8SCn OAK COBLLER SEAT ROCKERS FROM 165 to 650 V NX t+ toee 11S rants STEPHENS SMITH HICKMAN KENTUCKY I comtnoneetIgenerous cooperation Govern ment in the work of hurrying relief ot YestItbeirifeel a universal helpful sympathy without the unnecessary lows of R moment of time beeniburiedIMoore of the Ilickman Baptist church conducting the religions snrricea She loaves a husband and children to mourn her death R it G Corsets are guaranteed not to stretch sold at AMBERGS Pitchfork Ben Tillman says the New York World may have driven the Democrats from the Senate but he die convict the Republicans ot incon sfstency in dealing with black men and with brown And that was what hurt worse than Mr Tili tans alleged coarseness of manner The majority did not want the truth in any shape of by by Block St j have all old friends to call Fresh Oooifp and z WANTED Stock topastureA State Line Miss Lelia Shag has from You will find Shirt Waists made for 1002 at AMBERGS I BRICK FCtft SALE ATTENTION FARMBRSt NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons to the firm of M B Shaws Sons to accounts M B SHAW 1 r THItOUCII SLEElEKS VIA I 1 01110 It Jt I St Louis and New St Louis and Mobile St Louis and j t Jacksonville Ask for tickets via M C OR n L Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided l ofitsj 20000 Docs a General Banking Business Loans Money 1ii Liberal Term Acts Farmers Merchants and Munufticlurors rclpdctlnlly1 solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bunk are protected 1 the Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet boon Opened Burglarsx i 0 E EAKBE General Grccef Powell Clinton tocJcoljJChoice Bargains returned inMemphis ard1aIPlY gradeofindebted satesfactory MOBILE Between Orleans HUtE1LNI 1ANX TENfUCKYI sberjIDRS K DAVIDSON I Dentis1UIOK1t1ANKENTUOKY Office over Cowgill C9wgilla i Ufnir B ore aa- t 1 S f k RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT wisogdom gbelfor many years 0 exgteudtheir distress and that the Lodge ha O lost agood aifectionate brother and theg community a kind hearted young mano and the nation a brave noble andJO honored soldier Be it resolved father that those resotn lutions be spread upon the miunteJf book of the lodge published in thees Hickman Courier aud a copy of sauieie under the seal of the lodge be given tq- hismother i and iu token of our sorrow0t that each member of the lodge wear th1j usual badge of mourning forlthlrter erdasB T DAVIS II M aiKraBXY to SD LUTBV k1 Committee I EASY WAY TO LOSE HIS s MILLIONS Town Topics Mr Andrew Carnegie having given away millions gave himself away by promising the reporters that he would return in the autumn atld start a chain I of daily newspapers to extend across the continent Despite the large dividends of the steel trust this project will re duce Mr Carnegie to beggary told as soon as he starts his newspapers 1 am going to start a charity fund to tako rare of him in his old age Xo Loss of Time I have sow Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather ho out of coffee and sugar than it 1 bold fire bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could o- liO farther and they are at work again this morning II It Phelps 1limoth Oklahoma As will be seen by tho above the threshers were able to kop with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by Cowgill c Cowgill A BRAVE PREACHER WHO i SAYS WHAT HE THINKS Honor to the Uevr Dr Kaiuford for i his speech before the Harvardstud ents says the New Yurk Journal Courage to speak their minds cour age to risk uialigrant criticism and bitter unpopularity for saying what Ij they reallyI think is not common i among men who hao tho public ear j Dr Rain tord tolls Mr Andrew Car negie that the manner in which he I made his collossal fortune has done I more to cause auger and discontent among the working classes thnn any unrulier of free libraries can over of XpOimrcduringthe fact that Carnegie had made SKJ 000000 a year under a tariff imposed to save American laborers from com = petition One can admire Dr Rains ford for his judgmentinpeculiar offender ilr Carnegie is no worse than any other business man who takes advantage of the laws help to enrich himself throuT the tariff It is robbery of course But it is legalized robbery under n system people If the eoplo are being robbed by tho tariff it is not Mr Carnegie fault nor anybodys but the peoples A PROBABLE GANDIDATh serFously Democratic nomination for president in 1904 is Judge Alton B Parker of 1 New York a distinguished jurist a c unquestionedChicago Chronicle says Of him A dispatch to the Chronicle from New York says that David B Hills candidate for the Democratic Presiden tial nomination in 1901 is Chief Judge Alton ll Parker of the New York Court of Appeals the highest judicial tribunal in that State If the Demo crats should nominate Judge Parker for 4 President no mistake would I o made Probably the experience of the two r disastrous campaigns has convinced Democrats generally that a Democratic President cannot be elected by thb vote St Stofthe South and of the mountain states meaning generally the trans Mississippi States in which the silver interest was paramount some years ugo TIME OF TRAINS AT t UNION CITY North Bound No 2 Leaves daily 112S n m t ilai3njiitSouth Bound No 1 Leaves daily 405 pm No 3 Leaves 3 37 a ins No1 Leaves wk day mxd 800 a in C S CLARKE Generalllaairtr ST Loris Ci M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL iCinlFaur Agent AntGllarirAgeet- EIILI STiOClS Sy- i f 11- iS- i performing in the ring hed be outside somewhere prowling aficr the I swindler who was following us or WIlt was one of our own people so close ly did he tag our trail We had plenty of descriptions of him too a half dozen tow policemen had described him the same way short stout dark hair and drooping black mustache We had at least three men who came near that appearance but incessant watching had failed to even hint of their guilt Besides theywere all acrobats trainers or riders and the frauds were always committed about tlc time we were busiest in the ring Well one day Sim loitered so long teat it was nearly time for the chariot race and he hadnt made his appearance I slipped out to the dressing tent to see if he was thereto little LEARNING THE TRUTH rat iM nnrIJluJ lVnr In th Phil ilpineK Slowly HelMR Given to the ruliUc Secretary hoot as graciously per mitted the publication of the dis patch from Gen Chnffoe expressing regret that 35 Moro prisoners who were disarmed were shot down whil attempting to escape Gen Cluiirce quotes a dispatch trod Gen Doris stating that 84 Jldrn pri opeihilltopsuddenly sprung up and rush down the hill when the guard an one company opened fire without or tiers and killed 35 of the number The others in nine rtIFARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK jlOlinQot Sbe t a SCiofexao n2Iiii VV fv Absolute Safety is tlieBa v P i Tim WP offer to depositors Other Ifi V J1 ducenients1 are of secondary importance t UjJOn this Gua1auleefive solicit your pattfyuftteE J A 111161 SUN I Cashl II BUCHANAN President r s Jl DIRECTORS 1 1 I 1 CllJj11ItI HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IrAiliT4III 1854 TOM DILLON Sr Propr I Successor to B C usage lecl Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IR 33 I 35J G STONE WORK of nil rind IRON FENCING Sc C c Hiokman Ky Closing I Out Sal111aW eeithtl to lusl out niv tilt ire stock Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Sli pors Hats and 1Pants Trunks and Traveling b- COST at and below I moan what I say so it win liP to your interest t6 II- eaB i at ollctandslcllre good bargains I havo a lot of calico that will go at J2eJ pnr yd1 1 worth 5c Another lot goes at 412 worth Gcr t A fine lot of Apron Gingham afc 5c worth 0 12 A nice lot of th3 newest shades in DlII SS GOODS i win he sold cheaper than was ever known before Tc VJ12icloc Lawns to go at lOc 3j 20c Lawns to goat ifillrir f f Big lot of Dress Gingham The lOc goes at fe x flu loc goes at 10e SIlk GlHghn sf o SJ rI- 3q l c b 7 I IA fine line of Irish Dimity worth 25c going at 1 Mercerized Mousseline worth 40e will be sold at 2j9i Madras worth 2e win be soldat 124c The JfSf for 8o 0 2 1 1IE t QRSueliens and Boys Shirts sell for 35c worth G5c I AVill sell liens Hats from 50c to 200 whicliSmfr be below cost Ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers from 5Qc to w 150 worth 1001 to r250 lens Boys andtA big lot of Ladies Shirt Waists win Lo sold nt50tf 011 the dollar ft bald11ens t g J A- J wrt a r L1D SIMMONS I BUCHANANS CORNER A t tff x J w ttV r LIVED IN WIFES TOMB CForj as hvtd in his wifes tomb iu theIIIvergreeu Cemetery Devotion to her icmory bay robbed the once1 K warful 3Isi e xpoenre is ebbing away He has I Iways had a melancholy pleasure iuI itting in the tomb by the side of his 1 tend wife and his found his only sappiness there for he does nor believe t the will meet her in another world Though ho lives in the tomb the old II man does not I1ttfIJl there He leaves the cemetery every night and does W u I little room in a house in Willuunaburg I early in the morning he creeps out of cemeteryGood 8 to his wife when he enters the trtnb just as if her deaf ears could hear his j voice through the thick walls of her j metal coffin 1 i Holds Up A lollrssmau ttAt the enfi uf tli caiupairn writes I hamplirk Missourisl brilliant con J rrofcsnnui frt hi overwork nervous jfnsion U ss of leap and constant utterelycothtltswLIt mybodytJ sWTf I Hltitnc bitters nude crigltt Its the trot ntlronnd awtIlci- lI I r suit ovt r a druggist eonnter1I woe wrkd rundown men and weak sickly woiitii gain splendid healthand Vitality from Elect rie Hittent Try them jjI i Only gowgill Uc I ChiuruntMd by Cowgill Jt III TWO SPEmME SHUMAN I ITYl- ltoebester tN Y1 ITeraldl Sixteen thousand birds iu captivity at Kansas City to serve us targets at the great shooting match there Yet we went to war with Spain for hntaani tY s sake SPIDERS THREAD It is not generally known that size for size a thread of spider silk is de eidedl tougher than a bar of steel An ordinary thread will bear a weigh- of t three grains This is just about b- tierl cent stronger than a steel thread of the same thickness For Those Who Live on Farms I Dr Bergin Pana Ills writes 1 have used Ballard Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friend asI I am confident there iis no better made it is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly wnon Hal lards Snow Liniment is applied It ihouMl always be kept in the house for rases nf emergency 26c 0c and SlOO atL P W S Elh out u A WOMAN CANDIDATE the Truth Kentucky diAtriaMlat I nrktart is n can lictate for Cons to th Prohibition ticket Miss lurKin a resident of Wolf county JihiSiiI the mouiiiuin district o lttrn Kfiilncky and m is uinkinK dyer canvas on hore back The tom perinea yotr of Wolf was only six at fIllf tlection of tWit years ago Hut tullantry alwnjn notable in Kentucky may double it this year The Cairo Citizen says Work on the Cairo and Paducah railroad will be commenced next Wednesday This was the statement made to the Citizen Saturday evening by Air A P Me Arthur of Arthur Brothers the Chicago contractors who will build the line for the Illinois Central ONE MILLION VOTES A large delegation of Boer syuipnthiz erg appeared Monday before a subcommittee of the House Committee on Foreign Affair and urged the adoption of a resolution asking President Moos velt to send Great Britain an expression upr0t38ing ended One of tho speaker said that Great Britain would not toke nmbrago as it was enfeebled by the war and In pigeonholed iou votes to the Republican party There is likely to be a rapid exchange of hard hitting in the United States Senate from now on on the Philippine question The Democrats did all the talking fur a while but they have managed to inflame the her side to expres leglgoinJjto slip through without the people know lug a good deal about jt TIIKOUUII SLEKlEKS VIA JIOHILE2 t X UBIORU Between St Louis and Now Orlonus St Louis and Mobile St Louis an j Jacksonville Ask for tickets via M O n R A Nearly Fatal Itnnaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for fo I years Thou BnckleiTs Arnica cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Cuts Corns Scalds Skin ErupI tious rind piles 9Ar at rnvmll S Cow gills drug store The reported destruction of Pierre Island of Martinque is one of the greatest horrors has lead to record for many years SU Pierre was an stirs live port and the capital ot tho fairest island of the West Indies group The details of the horror will shock the world when they become known for fully 30000 lives and much property and shipping seems to have been lost in the great rain of lire which came from the volcano of the vicinity A Kansas City shoo doalersays conn try women near smaller shoes ity women Womens shoes are thanIIIing in size This iis the t other hoe dealers and makers The Knimas City dealer reluctantly ad jj mils that he sells inure womens 01Jj shoes in Kansas City than anywherej A woman who wears a No S shoe swell she is bihc i I t COURIER JOURNAL i2TIMES A WEEK 101 TIMES A YEAR SI1 11I I The TWIUBAWEEK COUKIKU i iaolGShetlinj t manyDailies tliTho Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue lo THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COUIt1E11 JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville ItyII theIhouses refn e to hay them unless sold StockJ insult of the combination among the packers If the Beef Trust intends to treat cattbnusere in this manner there will bo a reckoning which will make every one responsible for such condi tion suffer No party or legal power can save a tram operated on tbe princi pies which wem to guveru the large packiijtfhonsv at this time CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We art hprljj to stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pUagnre in try ing to pleaa + y 30 than WB old reliable barbers U U CAMWKU W ILL lOWSLL 0JasW Roney ATTORNEYATLAWI Located at the Court House Secretary Root in disavowing know edge of General Smiths killand burn order says It hut not teen deemed nits or practicable to interfere from Wnshiugtou with the conductof inii tnry operations on the other side of the world under conditions and exigencies which tho comptont curl taithfnl oil cots commanding the division of the Philippines necessarily understand fur better than is possible for tho War DC liurtment Why 110t1 Is not the President of the United States Com mander in Chief Is not the Secretary of War a part of the Presidential establishment Is he not superior to General Smith in authority aMuikw accept every Ithing the military dck+ s m the Philippine Islands without super WVaahingtonfsense in passing a bill lor civil govern meat Is that merely to hoodwink the people of the United States The demand for light on the Philippine qne+ tion is getiug so a five that deception cannot be successful much longer r TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMINGI TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE The Nashville Clwttnnoogn St Louis Railway proposes to nse its best efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle iu territory contiguous to its lines and to engage tho attention of capitalist seeking Manufacturing I Sites or Mining Property It then fun solicits the support the cooperation and the assistant re people of every ptaseThoinaungoacent t all persons who Juno farms for sale or lease those who hero timbered lands water power or mineral lands for side will send a brief description of saute to the railroad agent nearest them givingi the prices said terms of solo The prices must correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid iu selling laud to immigrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Largo tracts suitable for colonization I at low prices are especially wanted J B KILLERREW Industrial and Immigration Agent II P SMITH TrafTc Manager NASHVILLE TENN A A Averton the House Sign and Ornamental Painter has located in the town of Ilicktnan to ply his trade ant respectfully solicits the patronage of clandPainting Gilding Graining Sign Paint 1dug and Paper Hanging at customary prices and you can also trot your bugs I repainted at a nominal cost with tho old processnot with patent paint Leave your orders at Oowgills Drug Store Respty A A AZftTU urGOTTwo YEARS Bard well News 10th Tom Williams of Wickliff who sev eral weeks ado forged the name of Hon Oscar Turner to a check and drew the money on it surrendered to the circuit court at WicklitTe last Friday and was given a sentence of two sears in the I peuiteutary The Ballard sheriff car vied hIm to Yi11C Saturday Paul Leicester Ford has won a large and sympathetic audience through life several readable books tlefirstof which was The Honorable Peter Stirling His death at the hands of an insane brother is particularly regrettable ifV IJOHN RING YOODf j Gte al GtQoaie t Dsistlebriaks s standd East fiictaan K eps all kinds of Groceries and Family Supplies BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS A SPECIALTY Delivered Free Itiood Telephone Xo 89 WITH THE ROOTS UP We have in our midst a farmer who fete out his onions a new way Ho puts with the top down and the roots upsy GARUTHERS a BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERYF- RESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every tOe cash purchase CLINTON STREET UUIAJr Rrtrrrtt Telephone Number 00 Sonic of our contemporaries talk about the next Presidential campaign as they might if two years were not to intervene There may be many wrecks on the politicalocean in that time rhere are a considerable number of derelicts now TH W T T r TB M ALL Nunaallys Candies ReigersC- ALIFORNIA t PERFUMES FOl SALE EY Cowgill Sf Cowgill- DRUGGISTS f e IVrEltUIIAMiKABLE 1 1000 MlttR TICKETS Are now being sold by tho Nashville Uhattan H ga St Louis Railway good over Uiilway and Steamer Lines in the Southeast comprising more than 1 J000 Guiles Kate 2ioO Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling with in the next twelve mouths buy one of those tickets You will save money They are on sale at principal ticket oflices Where tharc not on sale they may be ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent VLDANLEY General Passenger Agent Nashville Tenu oath Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MAUY BERENDES Co The opening of the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition is likely to bo post poned till 1904 The managers and exhibitors need the time to get ready and it will be all the better to have the great show further away as to time from the financial failures at Buffalo and Charleston c Atf JAT W Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied by CASII or paid for on deliv ery will have FIRST ATTEN LION ALL GRADES OP STEAM GOALS Alex A Paris onaThe matter of tariff cousecsiou to Cuba has gong almost out of visa This piece of business ought to have been attended to early in the pre el1t session of Congress In a tote days the Island of Cuba will be turned over to the new government and our tariff attitude may seriously delay complete amiability between the neighboring republics i- r VVG OVER 30000 KILLED A Second Pompeii at St Plell Island of Martinique Not More Than 20 Escaped With 7Their Lives Eighteen Vessels Were Burned and Sunk With All on Board Washington Slay 10The follow ing cablegram has been received the state department Pointe n Pitre May 9 1902Secretary State Washington At 7 oclock a m- on the 8th instant a storm of steam mud and fire enveloped the city and community Not more than 20 person escaped with their lives Eighteen vessels were burned and sunk with all on board including four American vessels and a steamer from Quebec named Roraima The United States consul and family arc reported among the victims A war vessel has come to Guadeloupe for provisions and will leave at 5 tomorrw Signt ed Ayme Consul Fort De France Island of MtrtfnI ique May 13It now seems to be geIi jI j orally admitted that about 80000 per toni lost their lives as a result of the outbreak of the Mont Peleo volcano at St 1 ierre on Thursday last i i iptrcful investigation by compete govrn ment officials show that ear lier reports were accuratoii The American consul at Gandelcim outs Ayme has reached the desoluaj spot where St Pierre stood and r n firms the awful story In all its rswn j tial details From an Interview with Cot Ayie who is a trained American newspa per man a correspondent learned the following facts- Thursday morning the inhabitants of tne city awoke to find heavy clotcl shrouding the Mont Pelee crater AllII jr day Wednesday horrid detonations had i been heard These were echoed Iron j St Thomas on the north to Barbiuloes ii I on the south The cannonading ieas t f el on Wednesday night and fine nsheJI iI fell ire rain on St PIer3 The inhabitants were alarmed but Gov louttet who had arrived at St Pteirej the evening before did everything licfsible to allay the panic The British steamer Roraima reach ed St Pierre on Thursday with tct j 1 u cngers among whom were ilis Stikes and her three children an Jlre Ince They were watching the j rain of ashes when with a frightful j slaI dcwr from the crater over the town and bay sweeping all before it and deLtroying the fleet of vessels at anchor oft the shore There the ac aoHutaof the tatrclJODrAatablettcettseThirty UlIJ lJi 1 Jl J lfucorpses are strewn about burled in the ruins of St Pierre or else floating gnawed by sharks in the surrounding seas Twentyoigbt charred half dead human beings were brought here Sixteen of them are il ji reedy dead and only of the whole num j j j her four are expected to recover A i steamer chartered in GaudeJoupc I neared Martinique at G30 Sunday jI morning The Island with its lofty II lUlls was hidden behind a huge veil of violet or leaden colored haze Enor j mous quantities of the wreckage of large and small ships and houses strewed the surface of the sea IIu s trees and too often bodiewith flock of sea gulls soaring above and hire ous sharks fighting about them there floating here and thre From be hind the volcanic veil came blasts of ht t wind mingled with others ire coldAt Le Precheur five miles north of St Pierre canoes with men and wom en frantic to get away begged for a pastage on the steamer The whole north end of the lloktr- uws l covered with a sliver gray coaKitg of ashes resembling dirty snow Fu rious blasts of fire ashes and mud swept over the steamer but finally St Pierre was reached The city of St Pierre stretched nearly two miles along the water CrontII and half a mile back to a cliff base of the volcano The houses of II the richer French families were bull of stone The still smoking volcano towered above the ash corered hills The Turns were burning In many places and frightful odors of burned flesh filled the air With difficulty a landing was ef fected Not one house was left intact VIvid heaps of mud ashes and vol canic stones were seen on every side The streets could hardly be traced Here and there amid the ruins were heaps of corpses Almost all the faces were downward Inone corner 22 bodies of men women and children were mingled iIn one awful mass arms and legs pro trudlng as the hapless beings fell in the last struggles of death agony Through the middle of the old pla Bertln ran a tiny stream the remains of the river Gayave Great trees with roots upward and scorched by firet were strewn In every direction Hugo blocks and stilt hot stones were scattered about From undera large stone the arm of a white woman protruded Most notable was the utter silence and the awful overpowering stench from the thousands of dead Careful inspection showed that the rfiery stream which so completely deI stroyed St Pierre must have been composed of poisonous gases which instantly suffocated every one who inhaled them and of other gascj burn ing furiously for nearly nil the victims had their hands covering their mouths or were in some other at tude showing that they had sought relief from suffocation AH the bodies were carbonized or roasted A G Austem the manager of the Colonial bank of Barbadoes landed at St Pierre with a party from the British royal mail steamer Solent He efound the bank clock stopped at som minutes before 8 o SSck A horse and buggy and a policeman were in a dead group at the door Washington May 33The president himself turned his attention Monday to the extension of relief to the sufferers from the terrible catastrophe iin the Lesser Antilles Secretary Hay was called In and brought with hi atthe dispatch from United States Consul Ayme which served as officio- of Ii l confirmation of the worst reports o the extent of the disaster and in the opinion of the president fully justl SecretaryHayf rotary Root and Secretary Moody with the presidents wishes and they charged to carry out the details of theiI arrangements The treasury depart meat was instructed to cooperate andI it Is supposed that this will mean the employment of the revenue cuffs and the medical officers of the marine hospital service The war department with its well organized supply depart manta was regarded as in better post lion than any other institution to tak charge of the relief measures except that it had no means of transportation Ithe Sedgwlok which is out of condl lion being the only army transport on- t the Atlantic roast Fortunately th navy had a handy ship in the Dixie who arrived at New York recently from a training cruise She was pur chased just prior to the Spanish war and having been a merchant freighter is admirably adapted to the serric- required I of her now Secretary Moody immediately tele graphed orders to Capt Berry her commander to ship army supplies to be offered him and to sail at the earliest possible moment for Martina ique He was authorized to extend relief to other islands if he found any necessity for so doing Navigation bureau officials estimated that site can Ibe coaled and provisioned and gotten ecenlnri ernment will avail themselves of the opportunity to send on the Dixie as passengers or observers two professors from the geological survey A Harvard volcano specialist oleo will be given passage The U S S Bur ufoie also a converted merchant freighter will be used as a relief ship if the Dixie does not suffice iAdjt Gen Corbin Quartermaster Gen Ludington Commissary G zu Wester and Surgeon Gen Steinberg were charged by Secretary Root with the arrangement of that port of the relief measures pertaining to the warII department After a low minutes consultation tIIfit trdt ff8JIill rA g Ing the scheme or dtstrlbw tion as follows Three medical officers with 5jOH worth of medical stores etc one subsistence officer with 70000 In stores consisting of rice dried fish sugar coffee tea canned soups condensed cream salt pepper and vinegar one officer of the quartermasters depart ment with 20000 worth of clothing supplies for men women and chil dren ANOTHER DISASTER An Eruption Causes Heavy Loss of 3Life on St Vincent Kingston Island of St Vincent 13 W L Saturday May 10After nu merous earthquakes during the preceding fortnight accompanied by suit terranean noises in the direction ot the Souffriere volcano on the north west part of the island a loud explo sloe from the crater occurred Monday last and the water in the crater lake ascended in a stupendous cloud oi steam and exploded heavily The thunderous noises which war t continually Increasing were heard In neighboring islands 200 miles away At midday the craters ejected nor mous columns of steamy vapor rising majestically eight miles high and ex panding into wonderful shapes resem hung enormous cauliflowers gigantic- t wheels and beautiful flower forms all streaked up and down and crosswise with vivid flashes of lightning awelng the beholder and impressing the mind with fear The mountain labored to rid itself of a mass of molten lava which later flowed over in six streams down the side of the volcano and the greater noises following united in one continuous roar all evening through the night to Thursday morning a companied with black rain falling dust and favilla scorlal attended with midnight darkness all Wednesday cre along feelings of fear and anxious sus pense On the morning of Friday there wa a fresh eruption and ejections of fiery matter more dust covering the Island In some places two feet deep dicsj patch is sent and great loss of life IIs believed to have occurred The lava has destroyed several dis tricts with their live stock People are teeing to this town streams ar dried up and in many places a fog 1 and water famine Is threatened The government is feeding numbers of suf fevers from the outbreak Great phys teal changes have taken place In the neighborhood of the Souffriere Several districts t ve not yet been heard from and the scene of the P I Lion is unapproachable Every hour I brings sadder news The nurses and doctors are overworked Among the deaths are whole famiI lies whose corpses are in several ttIplaces still lying unburied The dead I will be interred in trenches CUBAN FLAG HOISTED lrriveein Havana He Was Enthusiastically Received By the PopulceWill Be the Guest of Gen Gomez Until Inau ration Day 11Htwana May 12 Sunday morning Iia large Cuban flag was hoisted over hereCThis was the signal that the steamer Julia with Presidentelect Estrada Palma and his party on board had J f been sighted and cheers went up fromI the thousands who on the shore oppo awaitsed the Julias arrival since daybreak i The crowd cheered for the new presll Ident and for tne flag which was h J8tcc ed over the famous fortress for thoc e111Jtactthat j J its custrenary flagstaff beside theCiK ban IIa ffover the castle did not les e n I their enthusiasm t eAs the flag rose the bands stationed along the water front played the Cu j ban national hymn steamers saluted and church bells were rungvsalutinge as I the Julia sailed jetwoon the rows of il1 decorated tugs and barges and them were cheers from the crowded rwharves The several warships in ttj harbor were also decorated eWhen he arrived at the wharf the presidentelect was welcomed by Vice President Esteve in a brief speech Aapretty feature of the reception here was Senor Estrada Palmas welcome by 23 young Cuban women dressed in costume representing the American republics Senora Durio who ropre seated Cuba delivered an address and read a poem From the wharf the presidentelect slbersWood his staff and the secretaries re celred Senor Palma at the palace From here the presidentelect pro ceeded to the municipal council build 8 ing where speeches were made by the mayor of Havana and Senor Zayas tradaOJPalmaclasses and all political beliefs 01 Replying Senor Estrada Palma said D that Ins reception was a gratifying experience and judging from what ho had seen since his arrival in Cuba Ullae people were unanimous In support ot the incoming government This hoII y iffGentrada Palma to the residence of Gff Ijajdmo ifam zhcrlIil i2U fvo it c kic AIRSHIP EXPLODEDU jyul j Senhor Auguste Severo and a CornU panlon Were Killed biJ j ftParisbf ing to Senhor Auguste Severo the Bra l zilian aeronaut made an ascension Monday morning The airship explo 1111- ed and two aeronauts who were on of board were killed Senhor Severos airship called La Palx had made two ascensions at the Vaugararsa Aeroslatlc park since May 4 Upon both occasions La Paix wad to heM by a rOIlIJt the height of 40 me tres In this position the airship maneuvered for a short time successfully 1 as La Paix was not unlike SantosDu Itfdifferedt j The gas capacity of La Palx was near ly four times greater than that of San tosDumonts balloon It had three to main propellers and two smaller ones used for steering and In ascending and descending The two petroleum mo rd 16ehorse power respectively Mrs Soffel Gets TwoYearsbj Pittsburg Pa May 12Mrs Catht erlne Soffel who pleaded guilty to releasing Edward and John fiddle bur glars and murderers was sentenced to h two years In the western penitentiaryh Pittsburg Pa May Dorman of the Blddlo gang who turn ed states evidence and entered a plop of guilty to the murder of KabL y= was sentenced to deatn It Is ar I eIoIt stood tkjtt the pardon board will com f mute his sentence to life imprfsoo S ment fl Castlec Berlin May l2Adm Prince Hen II ry of Prussia has Inherited the castlti of Rhelnstein at Bingen on the Rhine iII from Prince George of Hohenzollern t a cousin of Emperor William who oJdied May 4jMuch Damage to Fruit Trees Hooslc Falls N Y May 12Tha I cold weather of the past three days having continued in Eastern New York and Western Massachusetts wits accompanying frost much damage has been done to fruit trees Troops From Cuba Arrived New York May l2Tbe Muason line steamer Olinda which arrived Sunday afternoon from Cuban ports Brought as passengers 199 enlisted men of the 10th cavalry U S A who have been stationed at Holguin Cuban for nearly three years Steamer Tagc Sails New Orleans May 12The steamer Tago bunday night finished loading between 4000 and 5000 worth of provisions and supplies and Adm Servan sailed for Martinique with her Monday at daybreakcC Jt FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Wash almost 7SenateFofoureussiop Tuesday a fierce dl- mged 0tho Philippine situationn tb by 1r startBeverldgeed madsomesharpe hl pposlllon because as he said s s- y theiChesr Wh or the storyJo he admitted thathind been some outrages committed by American sold ers In the truetOOrFtli topiwoundedSSenateDlscuSslon c thesa sensational turn againW dnesday Mr reotAmerIIn the Philippinesclass which he deCIly deploredt the cruelties which had oc c eotb sides during the civilr 1 1 tobr regretablerrcucbsapprovedentrofr entrWe considerrpeoplelahuatin JVtJV is constitutions and stair etrun equal footiui with theWnal scasltly on May 9SnafpDig thsPhilippine bill in ti j ttedj on an amt base In a breezy speech M livd IIa nlFlli a 1Ht Ir Hanaack Tsnnl that jSOiatoftantl occupants of the throngen withlayghter IIn ousidcrfblo lebaththectivewordsMr Carmackwhrordlally laughedoverconstruct Shos1sonCwasnndCockrell ontheHouse The bill to place three new in the flag had the right of wu debatetheextendedpeechepeesltlonwas closed at0 ClOCK and the bill was then readtor minuteruleMrMcRafOklahoma and Indian 57 to 103 An amendment Yeted by Mr Aonsolidaterind admit thorn as the state of Monte runia was pending whn t he house rned The only amendment1 nothhtr polygamy Durinq the day ave expressive of the regret of Sf over the dathofl Hr Adm- a adopted and a commit rrJnmad In the senate to fix r a vote on the pending Philnbin but it was unsuccessful cor ty said many senators still 1 to peak on the measure and Md rut be proper tj determine this time upon a vote Rome de occurred over the resolution to discharge the committee on privileges and elections from further consider of the proposed constitutional amendment providing for the election senators by tho people Finally the resolution was withdrawn assur once being that a report from the com mltteo soon would be made i HouseThe opposition in the house tho bill for the admission of Okla homa Arizona and New Mexico collapsed at the last minute Friday and the bill was passed without division it camo from the committee except for a few verbal amendments The teal test came on an amendment offered by Mr Overstreet lncl to join Mexico and Arizona and admit them as the state of Montezuma The latter part of the session was devote private pension bilks 87 of which wore passed 28 original 54 for in creases and five to complete military COrds Washington May 13SenateAnImportant contribution to the discus glen of the Philippines government bill was made 111 the senate Monday bf Mr Forakot fO He maintained the UnitedStates could not lento tie islands until order had been ro stored and until a stable government id been established The senate con rred in the house amendment to the 11 making an appropriation of 200 t0 for the relief of the people of the ealiNest Indie- sHouseThe house Monday passed- b an overwhelming vole a bill grant IncJ QOipOO for the relief of the suf fljpnf sibs great calamity in the est Indies The bill was a stibsti le for the relief measure passed by flii senate and followed the receipt ol f essag from the president setttn Kb the magnitude of the calamity aid urging an appropriation ot 500 1r A special meeting of the appro iron committee was held to faclll ractlon on the bill and It was re V ted to the house within a short tjue after the receipt of the presi dljnfs message Mr Hemlnway the ajtlug chairman of the appropriation committee explained that the amount was limited to 200000 owing to the fact that large contributions were be ing matte The discussion was brief Mr Underwood Ala being the only one to speak in opposition The bill was passed by 190 to Ccmmanier i Beehler Berlin May 13 Commander W H Beehler the United States naval at tache at Berlin Vienna and Rome returned here after having spent a month at the two last named cities Com mander feebler is preparing a report on Malian navy yards Whole Cities Destroyed New Orleans May 13 Details ceived by steamer Breakwater Mon day show that the earthquake in Guatemala occurred at 830 oclock atI night and whole cities were destroye- sud many lives lost lC U s a u ti 1 FR011 ALL OVER TH E STATEiI fu oJ INDICTMENTS QUASHEDII Report of the Special Grand Jury at Lexington Lexington Ky ReportedII fat grand Jury impanelled three weeks Fayetteircuitdlctments Thursday afternoon Thi indictments are divided into two dl visions The first is an indictment of the Southern Mutual Investment Co as a company charging the con ducting of a lottery The second dl vision contains aoout fifty counts and comprises indictments against a nuns her of industrial operators of various other investment companies in the elty charging embezzlement I I The indictment against the South qunshedbpanys attorney C J Bronston Rrons ton made a vigorous and sensational speech alleging malicious motives by the rrand jury He held that inas much as the indictment was against company it could not be sustainedl because the punishment for such of tense involver imprisonment and that corporation could not be imprisoned The court sustained him The sheriff refused to give the names and specific amounts Involved the other indictments until service on the papers is had The grand Jurys action created a profound sen sation TIMELY DISCOVERYI Hid a Gun With Which to IKill the Jailer and Make His EscapefI fI Henderson Ky May 12 Probably the life of Jailer Wm Jennings and a wholesale jail delivery was prevented discoveryinrev smuggled In by George Martin an 1 alleged holdup man arrested hereJJ some weeks ago I j J A fellow prisoner Sunday morning l told Jailer Jennings that Martin had the revolver in his cell and that he intended I to kill the jailer and escape 1 search of the cell resulted In the finding of thc weapon which is i flnq oceIi ii The IKings Daughters Ij Lexington Ky May 10The Kings i Daughters state convention adjourned j Friday after selecting Shelbyville ASii the place of meeting next year andIi j electing officers By n change in theIIKRn BMfiTt IKKWrKUVKoi fim nwJInomAt committee Mrs F H CaldweU of Louisville was elected recording Set I and Mrs ar A Kranagnl of Louisville treasurer Distressing Accident London Ky liny loAt Pittsburg Jennie Warren aged S was accident ally killed by fettle Lusk aged 10 The children were playing with the i barrel of an old shotgun which had been around the house for years when the Lusk child dropped it It was load ed and the contents were discharged t j I Into the back cf the Warren child I i almost severing her body it I I Buys Railroad j j Louisville Ky May 10Tho Shel by Railroad Co has transferred to the j j Louisville St Nashville its entire property rights privileges franchise etc The consideration was 10026222 The L 8 N already virtually owned the rondoIt extends from An storage to Shelbyville j Charged With Embezzlement I Lexington Ky May lOAU but ono or two Investment companies i j j orII quickrich concerns are mixed In j pile of wreckage and the mien who t conducted them are charged with em bezzlement Fifteen men are charged with having embezzled separately and Jointly 15724525 Stole Horse and Buggy j Ludlow Ky May 12 Joseph Ram ber of Pleasant Run Ky drove int Ludlow Sunday night and while he s i otopped to set a little refreshment two men Jumped into his buggy andl iI j drove away The police have been unable to secure any clew to the thieves whereabouts Dr Lyman Occcher Todd III I Lexington Ky May l2Dr L man Beecher Todd of this city is danger I WoodlandauslyPark and his children have been111 summoned to his bedside ur coddI iI Is one of the most widely known men of this section being a historian andI humanitarian j Barn Destroyed By Fire Columbia Ky May 10J B Rus sell o this county lost his barn by ore Several head of hordes were dlejrheI Burglary at tcmbroke Hopkmsville Ky Iay9inn t Johnsons store at Pembroke wa robbed of jewelry and cutlery to thoi value of 200 Thisvos made an unsuccessful i attempt to rob the gro1 ery of Moore Jones at the same place O Letter Carriers Convention qsetd stive board of the Kentucky State As ociatioa of Letter Carriers met here Sunday and pied the date for the ae geldd m Newport on July 27 ill BLAZE IN COVINGTON IBIG I Property to the Amount of 100000 Was DestroyedJ 12Flamessbrokefactory of the Ohio Scroll and Lumber Co on Russell street The fire was discovered by the engineer of another factory who turned In an alarn but the four stcry brick buildiag In Stew art alley occupied by the firm was In flames upon the arrival of the firemen This structure and Its contents were totally destroyed tho walla falling dur i ing the progress of the blaze Lum ber in a yard In the rear the property consumedIspread to a twoslory building that is a part cf the plant of the Phoenix Co It waa practically gutted At mid night the fire was thought to be un der control The loss on the Ohio Scroll concern is placed at 70000 The other firm suffers to the extent of 30000 Each firm Is covered by In suranceThe Phoenix Furniture Co will begin to rebuild at once and tho Ohio Scroll Co will refit the place and be gin business as soon as possible IKILLED HIS COUSIN John Turner Slain By Lee Turner The Latter Mortally Wounded MHdlesboro Ky May 10PopE- yed John Turner formerly chief of police of Middlesboro was Friday morning killed by Lee Turner ot- I NarIPopEyed John was one of tho guards of the Southern railroad at tha Narrows where he went last week Turners famous Quarter House near this city was burned and nine ol his truest followers were killed Pop- Eyed John was his chief enemy In Middlesboro PopEyed John be longed to a gang which burned his Quarter House and was Intenselyehated ny Turner Few particulars of the tragedy have reached here but a young man from Jelllco states that oolesHeLeeiTurner wag mortally wounded Lea Turner was running a saloon at LeFol lette Tenn He intended going on the stage In a reproduction of the Quar ter House battle John Turner heaves a wife and three children The men were gousln but old emlostttocs Ir Louisville Ky May l2Irs Mar garot Hill a dressmaker while alight- Ing i from a car at Fourth and Walnut + streets fell between the motor car and the trailer Both llegs were crushed and were amputated at the knee joint at the hospital Sunday night Mrs Hill is a widow aud has a son and daughter at New Haven Ky Will Make Improvements Lexington Ky May 10At the regular mewing of the board of commissioners of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum it was decided to males extensive Improvements in the waterworks and plumbing of the institution Toe commissioners will advertise forbids The office of assistant engineer was created Only Witness Is Dead Louisville Ky May 10James Hicks it is charged chopped Paul Thorton to pieces with a hatchet on the steamer City of Cincinnati When the case was called Friday Common wealths Attorney Huffaker said the only eyewitness had perished on the City of Pittsburg and that it would be impossible to make a case The First Round Brownsville Ky May 9Clrcult Judge Settle has granted a temporary injunction in the Mammoth Cave case Scott Miller of Louisville becomes the manager of the cave and H C legalofight over the property has just com t menced LAged Physician Dropped Dead Bardstown Ky May 10Dr J Xr Pope aged 72 pnyslcian of this city dropped dead at his home Friday afternoon He served for some time as surgeon in the confederate army IIn the Second District Hopkinsville Ky May 12Tbo democratic nominee for congress in the Second district will be chosen by primary August 2 There are five candidates Drowrcd in the Cistern Iiopllns villa Ky May 1Tho 3 year eld son of Henry Phillips a Trigg county planter was playing in the yard when be fell In a cistern left open and was drowned I Out For Congress i WllllamstoTrn Ky May 12CUr- s ford Nndaud exbicycle champion roadw racer erstwhile republican and Klon dike explorer astonlshsd the natives in this section Sunday by his aa nounccroent for congress from the 6th Kentucky district as a democrat ocd in His C1 1Ir4Newport Ky May 1Jas Shields t aged 70 a pioneer resided pi New F rift died suddenly in his chair at 1113iafapatlong and severe illaesa llo hive t several children 1 4 g3flhitlfl OOI1 1i The Great Fallof i 1Dumpy Humpy an H RAFTERY- I g Q IQIIJIIIIOUHHXUSs pALEB SIMPSON Is an old man j now and it is with something of selfdeprecation that he somctmes spins a yarn of the old days when he was in the circus business with Si mpnides Patroclus Trice A hot scotch and a few friends nearly as old as himself got him started the other flight and he told one like this There aint any use going back to the particulars of how I got in the show business further than to say that I sold up old Pap Rockwells show for a feed bill he owed me tried the game for three performances and made so muchmoney that I turned the store over to niy brother and sct out lOT a professional circus man Rockwell cut out and left as soon as hed intro duced me to his general manager Sim Price Besides being manager of the show Slut was the clown and by the way to this day I think lie was the funniest clown that ever wore grease paint lie was aJ bit sore when ho found out that I had seized the show swore that he was ready to pay up all the old bills and assume the pro prietorship himself But Id had o taste of the gameI was young then anti Sims talk convinced me that I hnd hit on a good thing so I resolved to freeze on Sim got real road then anti sent me his resignation I couldnt afford to lose him for all the paper we had was splashed all over with his pictures I agreed at last to take him into partnership We had a lot of new posters struck off reading RoekwellSimpsonPriceGreatTriple Mastodon Circus Menagerie and Hip podrome and with that highsound ing title we left Indianapolis one Saturday night and struck into the backwoods for ten weeks of oneday stands Those were the days when circuses traveled by wagon only and ire werent two hours on the road be t fore I was blessing my stars that Sim had come along0 lHe knew more about the show bosi ness than I ever learned or couldo learn and no dilemma was too dim cult for him to wriggle out of Then jI he was a good and elevating influence with the 36 people we carried 1 found out that hed been educated for the ministry and had even conducted a church in some interior town of Aus tralia Ills morals were above re proach and his wife Mile Dn Barry the equestrienne and bareback rider was the bright particular star of the troupe They were really an edifying couple seemed to have plenty of money traveled in a private carriage mlin every way added if ucliat thing is possibleto what I might call the tone of the outfit Of course the whole business was small compared with these big modern threering cir cuses but it was quite a model in its way and I was pretty well through jhy first season of it before I found I my selfrespect in any danger lint that will come later As I said besides being an excel lent clown a good manager and a reg ular martinet for discipline Mr Price C I never called him Sim in those days toohelp us out of a tight place I used to wonder at his success in holding onto his money But as his wife made l big salary as salaries went and as his earnings as clown almost equaled my twothirds of the profits it wasn so unaccountable that he should always have ready money Ills wife was perfectly devoted to him and no doub- they pooled their savings The only serious trouble we had at first was in keeping our troupe to gether Sim was everlastingly firing somebody mostly for drunkenness I admit but always for something thought he was too exacting with the men but in spite of all I could say Jle wouldnt tolerate any kind of loose ness of speech habits or manners Well we were down in West Virginia e somewhere doing a oneday stand when the town marshal dropped in on Sim anjl me while we were at supper after the show He said tha one of our people had Simflammed a number of the townsfolk right in the shadow of our main tent Sim wa furious of course I denied that any of our people could practice such fraud but Price solemnly declared that hed investigate the whole croup for himself And sure enough that night when the Tans were all loaded he rounded up the whole company read an awfnl lecture about the mar shals complaint and said that if he ever caught any of his employes engaged in any fraudulent games or even in any games of chance hes spend hi last dollar prosecuting the culprit We knew all of our fellows pretty well then and T for one didnt believe that any of them were crooked But Pric was suspicious He used to slink Around half the time spotting the men but try as he might he couldnt get any proof against them He did catch Grit Whelan playing casino with a bartender one night and though Griff was a firstrate elephant man Sim discharged him without hesi tation The worst of itwas that every town we made after that developed thetbody Sometimes threecards way thet I game sometimes the shellgame was ti used and again it was the flashroll Price was frantic He used to hang around the dressingtent peeking un toJconic earlier than ever to that she eould help hint catch the rascaly 6lt got so that Ifasringmaster you knowI never could tell wheni to expect Sim to gallop into the ringr j 13llhistrick male TVhUe we were all1 r i b Piperformingin the ring hed be outside somewhere prowling aver the swindler who was following us or who was one of our own people so close ly did he tag our trail We had plen ty of descriptions of him too a half dozen tow policcmen had described him the same wayshort stout darkI hair and drooping black mustache I We hud at least three men who came near that appearance but incessant watching had failed to even hint ofttheir guilt Besides they were nil acrobats trainers or riders and the frauds were always committed about tlc time we were busiest in the ring Well one day Sim loitered so long teat it was nearly time for the tjiariot race and he hadnt made his appearance I slipped out to the dressing tent to see if he was there and sure enough back of the little canvas partition that he always kept for his own and his wifes privacy he was smearing his face with grease i paint in hurried preparation for his entree I helped tim onto his mule and was buttoning up the bnck of his 1 baggy pantaloons when a stronger t ducked under the wall of the tent and laid his hand on my arm Where did that fellow go that just came in here he asked me ex eitcdly I told him that nobody had come in but he insisted that a bunko man had skinned Dr Schneider out of 200 not five minutes ago and that he had seen the confident man duck into the dressing tent within the minute Well sirs poor Sim slew into a 1 rage lIe was for jumping off his I mule then and there to help find the longlookedfor swindler I persuad i ed him to gallop out into the ring 1 by promising to do the searching myself 1 and aided by the officer I searched diligently- We were doing a threeday stand s at that particular town so Sim and I sat up half the night discussing the scandalous doings of the bunko man who had now clung to our route forII two months Slum was almost sick 1 with anger and the sense of his dis appointment He scratched his bald 1 shining head till it got red he puffed out his fat cherubic cheeks till ha 1 looked like an apoplectic and then t he came as near swearing as I ever I hoard him What made him so par ticularly read was the fact that the 1 confidence man always did his tricks right by the tertt wall so that every village paper that had made a sensation of his swindles credited thrum to i an attache of the liockwellSimpson Price Circus That fairry ate into the sensitive soul of Sim I Well sirs just to show you the audacity of the fellow the very next I afternoon at the matinee or ratherii just after it had begun he attracted a crowd of men and boys to a clear spot near the very dressing tent which Sim hadjust left to enter the ring and shellgttmeil n farmer out of I 40 When Sim heard that I thought he was going to faint He made upr his mind to refrain from his work in the ring until 4ic had caught the rascal and as I was beginning to real f ize the odium attaching to our names II reluctantly agreed that he should appear that night lIe stayed 1 around the teut all afternoon looking distract pale and for him venomously disagreeableI 1 night was one of the best we ever bud so far as the at tendance was concerned I was obliged at Sims solicitation to announce that Dumpy Humpy his ring name the famous clown would be un I sudIindisposition was such a ret turned every dollar taken in if the people had asked it Rut it was a stayedtfor the show We never had lessItrouble Every performer seemed toii be on his or her mettle and even the trained animals did their tricks with BarIrj was just at the climax of her thrilling bareback acttile piece de resistance of the whole show when I heard the familiar yell of Dumpy Humpy the clown as he galloped I furiously into the ring In a flash I realized that one of two things had happened either he had already I tryting to surprise me with a novelty ofII his own invention For clinging to strangersI in street attire tugging like a demon as if to stop the beast Everything I happened so quickly and so un expectedly that I didnt have time to think that Sim was ruining the effect of his wifes actII I The mule nearly collided with Mile Du Barrys charger just in front oCI the reserved seats and the next thing I knew the stranger had dragged theI clown down into the sawdust and wasII screamedsand galltisjedp out of the ring TheJ spectators laughed loud at what i seemed to them the clowns grotesque I theeI cloud of dust and sawdust raised by the scufllers I found the town polices man slipping a pair of handcuffs on my partners wrists Heres your bunko man he grinned standing up andstripping Sim of his motley Heres the shellsI and hers three cards and heres The officer pulled out each article as he spoke Heres the flash rolland oh look here Do you want anymore evidence Heres his false mus tache and his wig The alienee wanted to lynch the poor clown when they began to see that he was in the hands of the lawI 1 but we slipped poor Sim out through the dressing tent ana left town that I night I never saw him again but I understand that his becutxrul wife stuck to him and that they have been doing welt without working ever since Trust em for that Chicago Record l 1 Herald 4 iIl J t LEARNING THE TRUTH FnctN I cnri1Iiiiz AVnr in the iMiilip- IIH S Slowly living Given to the Inltlic Secretary loot all graciously per mitted the publication of the ills path from lien thaffee expressing regret that 35 Moro prisoners who were disarmed were shot down while attempting to escape Gen ChnlTee quote a dispatch from Gen Davis stating that st Moro pris who openhilltopsuddenly sprang up and rushed down the hill when the guard and one company opened fire without orders and killed 3S of the tU1mbf11t thers + nine rttcapturedChronicle zt 1+ The noteworthy thing h is that Secretary ltliot huit tgood nfl to give all this to lie t hlie without waiting to have ittxi tfd by the main strength of a iy nun PngrtlUtFor thus burst ftc Renee 1Jhn u- mcricun peopn tht tt Ipoti sec retnrVnf ntfW i thank thf lrm KratknuijVfri file- Renate and R fNw Iltlh jtllaana in Ixtth houses The adntinistrumion iud mu Jfr epu3csnewspapers1 icop t ion has been priiietslIfm theory thtG the Aumrjcaii thave un riEllt to ltnovy i111111iI ig tune in their name tl1th fttiv f islands some 10000 miles away and that it is nut only impertinent DOT un patriotic for them to ask for 4for- mation fThey have assumed that if wholc ale slansrliter cruel torture and many other thins contrary to the Accepted IHWS of civilized warfare were perpetrated in their name and in pursuance of order nobody but the men who jjave tthe orders and ex eeuted them have any right W know the falls tft4111toto the timehonored principles iiiud practices of the republic It is entitled to credit for drhgg Jlg U light the secrete of war leprtrt meet despot inm It1M entitled to credit for UteJs- ing the fact that there are secrets In this Philippine business nut at rall creditable in the lHlntnt111M entitled to credit for frighten ling the adiniiiiHtration into n disclos tire of some of th1tgS fait liieh prove that an irre sillspotism is exercised in the mist the American pIophfII r ndl tJI man beings lby men v vtu n conceal their fad frJJ whose name they ever- putfe power How much nn re r 1811 U1111 ptc5may infer a JMKCI 01i l lzorbmeat of Senator Td s ty11 for the adininistrntii n that IIajll officers and Inn have heeq JCIh courtmartial noentlv for rrlhjjty to the natives of the iislands but the whole truth which the people hare a right to know will never be brought to light until we have a democratic congress anti administration ITRUST HELPED BY TAR f4 Itcstnlilicnii CniiKrrnniiinii Seen Dan Kcr for III i 1nrtj in Kxintiuj lullop01lell llopresentntive Roberts of MsiSsa ehusetts had the beef trust in nlintl when he presented his tree hide amendment to the Cuban hill nlfew days ago says the New York Herald In explaining his attitude on the tar iff question as well as that of many of his younger colleagues Mr Rob erts said The time has come In the minds of many good ret ut Mcir l4 when a revision of the aria Ir + iiU of the prrty ih ablGlut ly ucfsary for sHfprtservailwi I shat begin at once to urge a caucus ard will e culatea petition for this purpose to appoint a re publipan tariff revision mtsslon to tiduring the recess of s and report next December I Qa lntutlon la hoiP along thi3 ilitealitstthhe replibllcan losingtheI There Wire many Inequalities ftn thpDing tmnvecomel conditions These must be cirrenteifc or wthlr mingveryanetheirthebeefules this great trust getsTunnecessTwVro tluledmeatnufacturediverprotectlon countryIn the matter of everypurchaseri w11lc1fIsp4mldesandtormInequalitiesgrown other harmful comblnatlbiU make FbUcanpart thehourGrosvenors heart bleeds for the clothingbutvery much for hisdinnerriffpro tected trustRochester Herald Iegitinmatefunctionnfgovernment againstconspiracies tiefiance good for greatest number principle And there suspicionthatpersons are volved in just such a conspiracy Rochester Democrat Rep 4 tlmsliooting accidenttwasloadedGhrpnIClCiij a NO DANGER TO TRUSTS They AVI11 Not lie Wiped Out aa Long n the Protective Tariff ItelgIiM Touching on the subject of the trust and the manner of dulling with it the Springfield Republican independent says The one proc tical and effective cours to be pur surd is to deprive the trusts of their tariff protection to take away from them their railroad protection and then to devise some method of enforcing the publicity and an account ing to the public authority This prosecution of the meat trust is a mere flash in the pan and cannot possibly bring large results unless it is made applicable to the incor porn td trusts Remove the tariff on moat and cattle anti clear the tfvay for free importations from nearby countries tofLeader in the adoption of this sug preuultltioninbean recommended by protectionist pafters vvhieh have begin to realize qfl to admit that they rIize that tit tariff is no longer to be held sacred when it can be used and when it is nsed1 to rob the peoples n mutter of fact of eoursw rob bery of the people by trusts is noth I ing new it has boon going on for inlpresIi sion among the protectionists that the beef t rust is II pioneer in the holdup business that the country has never enjoyed the pleasure of being rhl ed by the riffprotected combines lint itnow Sa conse quence th snored tariff has fallen several pe iin the esteem of it I worshipers I Still there iis no prospect that the trro ren flywill h6 applied and i nothing is expecte l to OlD of the jattoniey generals proceeding The j I president has teen given to understand I that the trusts dont like this disposition of the governments tr interfere with them anti he is quite likely to reconsider his patriotic IC termination to call the combines to time A president who is ambitious to be renominated and reelected may have a burning desire to serve his country but he cannot afford en I tirely to overlook the interests of number one THE BREECH WIDENING ItcpitliliviiiiM Arc llrcnktnK ll Overlie hive mill Important Issue of the Tariff Some of our republican contemporaries are so busily engaged in jconvincing thcmsehe that the dom oeratio party will not be harmonied ihut they are neglecting unfinished jjpVinesw inthe republican linrmony aria p The New York Press which i ripiibluan n days in the year Suns vi I legal holidays ut excepted1 tlI I right out in meotlnjsf and hits t from the shoulder says the Albany Arpiis It calls the repiblienns in j congress who favor the 20 per cent Cuban tariff reduction billl the dow I age rs and discusses the recent vote in the house of representatives in the following breezy style Vhfthtrr there II any more free trade In the differential amendment than Ir the rest of the Cuban reduction bill or rot thr dowagers voted for the whole thing r its final passage the protection rpul Urirs voted agaln t the whole thlrg on iis lira1 passage That there was no question tr the mind of any one ay to who Were voting for free trade and vhflnr against it was hrby that spavIned old hack Grocvenor who had still enough wits in his head and ag Ity In his bones to trot9ff that railroad tradhh at the taut second before the free trade express Payne engineer and Henderson conductor ran him down Orosv nors cms to be the only exprotection dowager of thE house who Will able to attain to the Devt rj proficiency standard of not getting caught with the goods on him Whatever else may be said of this deliverance it floes not lack for vigor and hot tobasco sauce The widening breach in the republican ranks upon the live and important issue of the tariff presents at once a duty and a firstclass opportunity to the rapidly reuniting democracy OPINIONS AND POINTERS The democratic party has reason to hope that the report that Mr Roosevelt will take the stuiup next fall is trueChicngo Chronicle Since the beef trust made its ap pearance the republican orator ii busy explaining to the workingmar that it is not wise to allow the dinner tail to get too full Aljnny Argus An esteemed contemporary of Philadelphia criticises the somewhat cumbrous and expensive manner ol- choosing senators In Illinois OJ course it does look complex to a Penn sylvanian Over there Mr Quay sim ply names the senator and the other proceedings are purely a matter of form Chicago Chronicle ExSenator Washburn was con tending for a protective tariff when Beveridge was in baby clothes but he has come to the conclusion that the steel industry of this country has passed the period of infancy and is now able to stand alone as it is con trolled bya trust capitalized at a bil lion dollars which cleared 11S000 000 last year Atlanta Constitution Somebody has taken to commend ing President Roosevelt for his Jack sonian democracy The compliment will be wasted upon the recipient who considers himself a bigger man than Old Hickory and as for Jackson why make him turn over in his grave Albany Argus Jumping Tehosaphat What is the whole Dingley tariff but a con spiracy to exploit the people for the pecuniary benefit of a clique Has our Rochester contemporary turned free trader Has the British gold of the Cobden clnb been getting in some more of its nefarious work Albany Argus 1e= RELIABLE R B B REV A R D n o 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 GUAltANTE AS ItHP1IRSNThD ROOFING A SPECIALTY LANK1 HlCKMAN s KENTUCKY Capital Stock1 paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 TermAotsrespectfully o Tho Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe HUB never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T CashlellCAast Oas- hiorIHiMAN L t WAGON JtLKANUFTcnIUUI OF Toe CZLBBRATX1 r OZ A virAaO r fIJ 1xlcxMArT RENTUOKY LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr Fint class turnouts buggies surreja Mrriagea safe teams c Customers ernd with courtesy and politeness Pa troDBffe solicited Telephone 19 0 E EAKER Seaeral Grocer Powell Blook Clinton St HaviBg pnrohaied the Grocery Elook ot f J 0 Boadaraat would fro pleased tq Rtre all old friends to call Fresh Good lad Ckfilot Bargains DRS DAVIDSON DentistIOKMAN KENTUCKY DM star Oow ill 6 Oowgllli 1Uu I Orie r I Law Ratfs to Texas t recent intervals dur NU 1901 round trip will be sold via ther flon Belt Route U1pma Cairo and remphis to points I 11IHi r Arkansas Louis 1 aha Texas and Indian and Okla 7t bma Territories f f grreatly reduced ff i I Itates t i iielli csiu lkycu W1It to 10 also yhefi you would like to leave tndw win ten you Ifhen you on stone one if the lownte Udcets and vhii It win ij lest We win ttsJ send you tcomplete schedule fcr the trip and an Interesting Illittle bock A Trip ta Texas I f41tCtltl T PL fk1L- wCltt1I 6 P4T1Stladk I Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Calland tee our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BKRKNDKS Co A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY atl1 IpeoiwltI1 Undertaker Goods COMBOD Rosewood and Solid Blasi- I ftloat CoBni sad Cues which caa be ttMlnpiai short notice and at rcaita ibis pries i ilf sus A call 1 Shop sear the JftlL CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate yoar- treaage or take more plluure in try to pINe yon than Wft old rtliab1 ben R U OllDWELL wuCROwJ REALITIES OF LIFE I I Sermon of Rev Frank Crane of the Peoples Church Chicago IDs Says the City In CuiuitostMl of Cheats Telln What CoiiNttutr the Heal TlIllIlaU Al llIc InThingsAt the Peoples church in Chicago Rev Frank Crane recently preached a sermon from the subject The Real1 fries lie took for his text the following For we look not at the things which tire seen but at the things which are that seen tor the things which are seen are temporal but the things which are not seen are eter llalIL Cor 413 Have you ever seen a city Mare yo ever seen the great city of Chicago As you enter it upon the railway train you behold miles and miles of cars standing upon interminable tracks that cover the earth like strands of a gigantic cobweb you behold huge grain elevators modern pyramids to the glory of commerce factorie- whose myriad windows make them look like thousandeyed monsters You walk the streets and gaze up et great oilice buildings eachcontaining a restless citjful of people You listen to the din in the streets the rush of elevated trains the clang of cable carsit the rattle of wagons the inchoate cry of newsboys and venders all melting into a mighty roar as of a huge oatat ract But have you seen the city No for the city is composed ease holly of ghosts invisible intangible soundless The city is the wrestling place of souls If you could see them They are hoping fearing praying some arc drowning their tattered sensibilities 1 in wine some are growing straight sweet fragrant as a Jily f some of them have fares like horridj devilfish movingin fierce ugliness they are despairing rejoicing If you couldj see these invisible flames we call souls you would perceive them running together sometimes in strange mixture of fires making conflagrations we callj a religionYou nl hath seen God at any time JI say untoI you that no man hath seen a city at any time For the reality is always in 1e visible silent Have jou ever seen a home YonderI is a house that is called a home ItsIwalls are of granite there are French windows Persian rugs laee curtains food imported from every clinic beds of carved mahogany draped with silk and spread with fine linen Do these things constitute a home No for Ij have been in the parlor and found it n human cold storage vault in the din ingroom the inmates poison themselves day after day upon suspicion and1I estrangement in the beautiful beilsI all night long there toss wretched n r creatures who loot now at the ghostl of dead desire grihn1tfgra tliclieWfcil r the bed and now look and listen at the raven of despoiled love that sits and1I croaks at the foot of the bed a Where is the real home It is where hearts ease is It is not where we 103 off our clothes but where we lay ofT our cares The walls of a real home a r 4a not built of granite but of truth and Royalty Unpleasant sound the trio tion of runlaidance by patience The curtains thin t screen the sacred household gods from the eyes of the curious are not of Inceo they are woven of discretion The food in the real home is not men anc 1thedrink but unselfishness andftthoitght fulness these sustain love The htisY not prepared with down and dain but with a conscience void of opens toward God and toward man Th light of the real home is not the sun nightlmtr eyes burning always in true hearts t clear ana lambent any gusts of passion or misfortune Peace and security arc not there be cause of an insurance policy but because of a simple faith in the good GodI who watches over Israel and neither slumbers nor sleeps You cannot see this kind of a home unless you look at the things which are not seen andI are eternal Did you ever see a man Many a rarJlesforkeda man It takes more than whiskers and clothes to make a man If you would make a man upon Gods PlaMyou must first take as the fumla al ingredient courage courage to d his work faithfully through all dis- couragemEnt then patience to go on through defeat then strength 1 to stand always for principle and to despise policy then largeness of hear a so that he may do no mean thing the gentleness to the erring thenf loyalty to friends and fairness to foe and lastt of all you must make him to lie a goodI friend with God Such a man may be a hunchback blind deaf deformed yet will be be a man Did you ever have the good fortune When you were a boy to fall in Jove Hhn good woman twice your owni sage Such was my good fortune She a was very homely her complexion was is bad her mouth was screwed around to it Ihs side of her face her hair was red tot a Titian red but an offensive red I was 15 and she was 35 She was a echool teacher She talked to me as an as equal and made mi studies glow with an enthusiast for knowledge So when I came to know her I found out that after till she was beautiful There are so many women with beautifulI faces and common souls that it is ni rare pleasure to meet with a woman with a common face and a beautifulI soul Old Dr Samuel Johnson the greatn mogul of English literature was ai massive and heroic spirit yet what at A body was he housed in Here is wba A ioelFaye ot him t i When at table he was totally abtorbed In the business of the moment his looks seemed riveted to his plate nor would b unless when In very high company say one word or even pay the least attention to what WAS said by others till he had satisfied his appetite which was so fierce and Indulged with such Intentnees that while in the act of eating the ys of his forehead swelled and generally perspiration was visible Again Boswell says While talking or even musing as he athis chute he commonly held his head to side toward his right shoulder and shook It in a tremulous manner moving his rubbInghispalm of his hand In the intervals of articulating he mode various rounds with his mouth sometimes as It ruminating or what is called chewing the cud sometimes giving a halfwhistle sometimes making his tongue play backward and forward fro henjondhis breath too too too all this accompa 11nled sometimes with a thought look but more frequently with a smile Generally when he had concluded a period in thtcourse of a dispute by which time he was a good deal exhausted by vociferation h used to blow out his breath like a whale Your manners may be prefect andI jou may have none of these traits and yet you may he ranch less JohnsonsThis same Dr John on believed iinI p rapingYet the streets of London were full of ghosts All men are really ghost- orem or less alive This life is like a stage The pin ers come into the theater put on their cos tumea act their part and go away AVe enter upon this life from whence we know not we depart we know rot whither While we are here we put on our costumes of clay the same old clay that the red Indiana wore win- roamed these prairies in primeval days even the same clay that the bird and animals used Are we so stupid as to call this eoctume day this pia actors makeup a man Xo man hat seen a man at anytime Men are Imis Ihle eternal the things which are seen are temporal All visible things are hut symbols of some unseen reality There is a building you call a courthouse It is but a flag a sign that stands fur a certain idea in the human mind called justice or law Take that idea out of tLa mind and before a month is over will begin to take down the court house stone from stone and strong- it to express another idea Your church building is but a word of stone and brick to express the invisible idea of worship Your schoolhouse ia but- a marl to indicate the Idea of education IHIiniiiintc the thought of worship and education from the human mind and straightway churches and schoolhouses will be transformed into livery stables nod packing houses If this be true of the ordinary thing about us how much more true it is of the stupendous framework we call the universe The visible universe is als sign God iis the reality stars and worlds constitute His garment some t5mezttrlie Inid aside outworn Addison sings of the sun moon and giving voice to God What though in solemn silctKc an Move round thlo dark terrestrial ball What though ne real voice nor round Among the splendid orbs be found In reason ear they all rejoice voiceeForever singing as they shine The hand that made us is divlm How can there be those who say that this world is without a mind to move control it now can men not telieve in the spiritualities 1 would rather believe all the fables of my that ogy nil the stories in Grimms fairy tales and all the childish crudities of superstitious ages past I would rather make my soul a highway of spooks and stispecP the existence of witchesk thatethere is no reality but mud or to be fete that dyad matter can secrete ideas of beauty of nobility and ot God x invisiyblrt world It is of ideas not of things 1 Yvar real stature is measured by what you are and what you think andI not by what you possess Ideas alone are worth while We sometimes say That is only an idea as If an idea were some small thing and the reality were something greater A young man once came to Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World applying for a position What can you do said MY Pulitzer I do not know answered the young man I am a grad Hate of Harvard I have nothing but Ideas Ideas exclaimed r Pulitzer dropping his pen and othrowing up his hands That is just1 what I am looking for I will give you a salary of 5000 a year if you will1 t give me one idea by which I can in crease the circulation of the World hundred thousand copies Then Inrealized that he did not have so many ideas after all If you have something in your mind some greatness in your heart news fear but all visiblei things will susItbe to your aid that you may express iit The ancients had a fable that the city of Thebes was built by Orpheus play ing upon his lute This is more the fakir All things arc built so Here this house in which we are How did coupe into existence I will tollyout Once an invisible spirit had an invis isle intangible thought just a thought an airy nothing such stuff dreams are made of nut the thought made the man sit down and draw his I plans upon a paper which might beI called the musical score The thought kept singing and in response to its notes trees fell in the forest theyI were sawed and planeSsnd polished rocks came crawling from the quar ries iron arose from the bowels of the earth brick and mortar carpe all these found their places hap ing themselves in orderly array until last this building was the result 1 Schelling was right wlTen he called ar cliitecture frozen music You have heard much of heresy and buet after all the heretic Is a wicked per son I am opposed to heretics Yet I must draw the true line between the orthodox and the heretic The sheep should be separated from the goats And this is the line of demarcation name Do you believe that the vial ble or the invisible is the reality 1I Which do yet believe in brain or rated soul or body Do you believe that con science is merely the accrued caution of foregoing generations or do you believe that it is the divine spark from the altar of God Listen to the cry of CarlyleHas word duty no meaning Is what butma earthly fantasm made up of desire and fear or emanations from the gallow and from Ir Grahams celestial bed Fool ih wordmtSnger and motivegrinder that in thy logicmill hast an earthly mechanism for the godlike itself and would r falnl ireIpl thee blood bubbling up in the direction othctfr terrorsdtii Not on mortality but on cookery let ua sbuild our stronghold and there brandish ingl our frying pan as censor let us offer sweet Inccns to the devil and live aVefls e ter1hUDo 3oipCoeMeve that love is but aipfl IIP m flit of fleshly desire or do ou1 asllI flesh has perished that it will live eternally instinct with Gods own Bfclr This shall test your orthodoxy D61 you believe that patriotism honor truth selfsacrifice and goodness be long to the winie category as chills and fever If you do you are a heretic Do you believo that n woman is a beau toneov you when he calls her n spirit yet u universse a dense reality brutally fixed vulgar theoryI tho you the one truth and all the is expression Hy this I shall knot- whether you be heretical or orthodox More than this I shall know by this whether you be living or dead for tile apostle tells us that they who do mind the things of the flesh ore not alive To be carnally minded is death bu antstrikinnbooks in current fiction is The Story of Swediaeh writer Selum agerloef The hero of her story is a priest who had been dis I missed from Ms church for drunken nose After wandering around fn some time stoulily desccudinrto the most disrepviUible extremes he lies down to die in a nowdriit He is rcs cued by the majors wife of Ekeby a peculiar old woman of strong char octet She takes him to an inn When he comos to his senses and has been wanned and fed she tries to induce him to abaudun his purpose of au hico I She offered him a life of idleness pleasure but he answered that be a tilt Then she struck tie table 1 bearsshe thought of him So yon want die thats what 3on want That woulE not surprise me if you were alive Do yon think that you have to HP stiffs stark with a coffin lid nailed down over you to be dead101lt you believe that I stand here and see how deadI you are Goesta Peeling I see that you stave a skull for a head and it seems to me as if the worms twee creeping out of the sockets of you eyes Do you not feel that your mouth is run of dust Do you not hear how your lanes rattle when you move You have drowned yourself in brandy Goesta Herliug and you are dead Thousand hvnSIll aid andI 1 laughed softly to herself It is truer what I am paying than I mysel- hought f 1t Dont you believe Guest 1 Berlin that most of the people in this world are dead or half dead The majors wife of Ekeby and the Apostle Paul spoke the saute truth There is a death in life that iis more horrid than the death that is simply going out from this life It is the death where the spirit is stifled b3 the Ibodor by the material things of the world Are such dead spirits before me this morning If there be such 1 let me cry out to them in the thunder 1 tones of the Son of God I am tIle resurrection and the life He that he 1 liveth in Me though he were dead yet shall he live again The life is more than meat just as tthe body is more than raiment Deno iforget the invisible realities Do not 1 let the clouds obscure your vision nori tthe din of throbs destroy your hear ing Think of the realities Think of 1 them parents as you care for your childrens c thes and neglect not yepr childrens lives You mend their istockings but do you repair their spoiled ideas You provide food for their stomachs but do yet provide food for their craving spirits YOU wish to leave lands and tenementsjj j things which ridiculously enough yoti call real estate so that they ma provided for when you die but do i andtruthAnd think of this to your Inyour beloved child in the grave You have passed through your hour of trial You have cried out without muic hoarse and discordant grief You have reproached God and turns with bitterness upon the world Bu you forget the realities It isnotyou child that is tniiJnJ in the ground That is just the iliy clothes tIle child wore for awhile you have them array in Gods wardiobe for of er children to use in the generations to come but your child lives on beau tiful eternal real When your time shall come you too shall step outfro the confusion of things into the clear light of the realties For now we see as in a glass darkly but then fact to fare now we knw in part but then we shall know even as also we are known I G v s u HI ayearatthatprofetaNfoaiavelttedaBantv j tenlrlch Jfislhptwus that if we begin at the foot Itetot take long to reach the head or foaatfajng to that effect Baltmjofe Amrtea M Well awed i theyQbureoasl neverfone wpposte 1L1kt 8 ttsmtlr l1 f 1 1 To= ITalrfoe Allens IoofIInse-i Dl arcsi swollen aching tired feet At all t6gsrsi and Shoe stores STxx Sample sentFit Address Ati Olmsted Lo Roy N Yj 1ivJ11Adleco is like mgr ggod you darn selltZ+ IVe is 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Iris the bat of all medicines because it is made from the physicianSalebottle propnetonti uxtoPtkHiato citargeit Uy so lIwtfirg a day far In advance they arc SjjaliTea to igtve the best of aeeonuno4a- tions without the services of an oxp ri steed guide for not more titan oue third of the usual rates Thece trips are rpc omraendcd for ladies and children who can depend upon every care and protection even more than they would get front their own male relatives while with the excursion party It offers ill the nd vantage of a cooi rative outing Small parties or clubs of fifteen or more can by notifying tts Jn advance he 1 lo cated in one car and have their mums adjoining securing almost complete inIracy if desired Interested parties can obtain forth r information regarding aide trips to other resorts rates sleeping car aoumiit dattons ore by writing to or calling on J 1C Bellows agent C II V V HyI Ilk and Vine Strwtn Cincinnati Ohio or the nearest Hallway agent to where you live will get the information for you The Vlr t IlimrdlnKrIlouac lu His tory is the baur a unique little story in The Fourtrack New for May It is entitled The Prophets Chamber iil appropriate lly illustrated and contains information that every fanners wife in New York and New England should hero The FourTraek News will be mailed free to subscribers in the United Staten for 50 cents a year incle ropier 5 eBb Address leo II DanielI PubUllerGralHl Central Station New YorkI oiNetimec responsibility iwrlbN a merelyythinks Paws Cure cannot be too highly spoken of- is a cough oareJ W Olhrien 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Mina Jan 0 1900 The worst poverty id that of the man w ho is satisfied with plenty Hum r Ilurn HE SURGEONS KNIFE Crs Eckis Stevenson of Salt lake City Tells How Opera tions For Ovarian Troubles Slay Be Avoided 1V DEAB tilts PncxnA3tI suffered vitli inflammation of tbo ovaries and i vomb for overstxyearsenduring aches md pains which none can dream of but hose who have had the same expe 1 1f I irUS ETICJp STEVENSON riencc Hundreds of dollars went to the doctor and the druggist I was simply j a walking medicine chest and n phys ieal wreck My sister residing in Ohio wrote me that she had been cured of womb trouble by rising Lydia EPinlclmms Vegetablo Com pound itud advised me to try it I then discontinued all other med icmes I and gave your Vegetable Compound a thorough triaL Within four weekssnearly all pain bad left me I rarely had headaches and my nerves were in a much better condition end I was cured in three months and this avoided a terrible surgical operation lifts ECKIS STEVENSON 250 So State St Salt Lake City ttak5000 forfeit If above tesiimorSel la sot genuine Remember every woman is cordially invited to write to Sirs I Pinkliam if there is anything I about licr symptoms sIte does not understand Mrs Pinkhams i address is Lynn Mass A N KEt97 PilES MldlilISISstart In retier and IoMLTlvY- IY CCitE PutyForfnr wimple address AXAKBSIS + Trib vcu buiiiluc Setr YorJU C + 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RXIOXTXHT PILLS Chocolate Coatedare a new UKiliM Jonrl cosoalfml aUtlteta for the celebrated liquid Coricua RCBOITXXT as weaasferIl MIler Weed yariSerm J and hamoer cures Put up IaKppocket vUto costaiatec N 4MS wtoe J3c CUTK CBmAPniS arealterative MtOMptlc Wale asp dtteet the and beNl1Ie Iea purest sweat taest tauoese i sad t1 11 111iWtd sad silo lfpLHIIHr wens a es Jsa hss 1iI11I i xrie Hickman Courier X GEORGE WARREN Publisher I ICEMAN KENTUCKY I hoteCURRENT he best house coal 650 ton cjeIntojl rnffir2475000 persons are em 1 v fi if u the worlds minesI CXxas basa permanent school fund JgaJountlng to nearly 8000000 The weekly man to the English array fn South Africa is 204000 letters Dogs are being trained for ambu lance service In the Prussian army miThethe population of India is 3942667C- Puedlo Indians have proved good mborersSwitzerland has 1700 hotels seven times as many for its size as England About 400000 larks a year are sent from the continent to the London mar Lets It is estimated that 7C7G36200 to 11LSIs of goal were mined the world over 3DQO MoAleathgr and that of a horse about 18 poundswv Threefourths of the people of Cuba depend for a livelihood upon the su gar crop Advices from Mexico state that se city of labor is retarding railroad con structlon TlMayorgo recently completed his fortysec coendThe manufacture of sugar in It now suffices for two thfrds of the nat weUralMils were first sent by railway 1830 between Liverpool and M thchastertjEnglandpieces in gold They will be about size of our 10 coins A man walking day and night n njourneyLondons fashion papers predict that bell crovned hats of straw will be worn there next summer o One hundred and twentyone won are employed in English tobacco fac- torIes to every hundred men Before becoming a policeman in ViI enna n man must be able to swim row and send a telegraphic gInland all the dead rich as well as pi are buried at the public expense Destruction of germbearing mos qultocs is said to have largely relieved Havana from yellow fever visltaNujsf The hardest wood in the world i vna ebony but cocus whichJsmuch has theF01Umto older offoundation the Anhasay Lea t land thus completing the Austr Xcw Zealand link of the cable Baroness BurdetCCoutts now KingEdwanlprocession out of the same windows from wlitchbeshe looked on Queen Victorias C4 o years ago rThebuildInstretching over an area of thirteen and onehalf acres They were begun about the year 300 and have grown rbrnduaUIn i Isicolortwiceun covered tho sands are purple but ther transformsthem haa11nished betweenrIslands and Ireland for the Com completingfourthcomp Engand The pay of the British soldier which daIncents in- time of war has recently been ad i volunteersthe withkIn the neighborhood of the recentto subway explosion in New York t are more physicians than In any o part of the city and hundreds of them were available for emergency duty dnaomiteThe late Empress Frederick of theGermanandsad4 elsewhere a gold inkstand stud with p 4 theGermanre ceived this bequest- It is said that In prehistoric tithe incas of Peru built roads that ex tended from the tropically heated leys up the mountains to the regions or perpetual frost using the natural 3 tieasphaltgood condition today Among other improvements atport of Boulogne a French got ernStmeet scheme provides for the coast tion of an Atlantic steamer berth 920 feet long and 100 feet wide An international congress for the Amelioration of tho condition of the Wind will meet at Brussels from the Ctb to the 10th of August It will he under the patronage of King Leop old A traveler through Scrvia will often police dolls hung up inside the cot tage windows lIe jarns that the len dolls are put up as a sign to anrou- A to wayfarers that a nrarrjageablo viW5fcter dwells fri the house f KI SAhefA C man in a Hotel Bridgeport ct May 12 Lawrence Biessano roman In the Atlantic l crept 1flito the meat room Sun day morning and split the skull of MiI chael Tarnish the chef with a area tAver He then took a large butcher knife and slashed the body cutting off the nose and ears gouging out tb eye Ifsr flesh off the face of the victim When 1theognizable Bressano Jumped on it and danced from the head to the fet un Samtllattracted by the frenzied yells of the rderer Bressano then turned h confuterlpoltclao d J another knocked him senseless to the I ground with the brass buckle of a belt Bresasno at police headquarters ac knowledged the murder and said he felt better for having committed it believed that trouble over a woman inled him to kill his fellow workman He will be given a preliminal trial nday RIOT AT A CIRCUS Troops Were Called Out to Quell the Disorder rBozlers France May 12 Barnuin Baileys circus was the cause of a serious riot here Sunday afterno- he I e crowd seeking admission to t performance was greater than the tent uld accommodate and those who were unable to enter began stoning meslyre lujurett One had his skull frae Tinhl e pilnousand persons forced their way to arena The police were powerless check them Troops were call Ieout and restored ordor finally driving performsIthace felt tents were taken down and ar were made to start inime diately fur Carcasonne the next place on the route AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS iontLieut Gov Jesse Stone Died of Can StomachfWutcrtown WU May 12 Jtsae lieutenant governor of S1iar sin died at 816 oclock Sunday night arafter a lingering illness from cancer of the stomach Mr Stone spent some time in the south in the hope of get ting relief but without avail On T turn north he underwent an opera ition in a Chicago hospital where thp r rS and death had been expected for oral days THE DREAD DISEASE Another Case of Cholera on board altsArmy Transport I Manila caseSo cholera has occurred on board theTheunited States army transport Warren The ship and her passengers will detained in quarantine for an additional five days The Warren has alt been quarantined for cholera for over ten days There vSsfrom cholera in Manila while the provinces rem 2170 cases and 1970 deaths from disease ofanStatesAmbassadorbled the state department Sunday toofthe effect that Consul Pearson has in61stformed him of the arrest of Clara Tay 1 lor the woman charged with the abduction of her niece Margaret Tayforhisand of her lodgment in jail at SanI Remo anyWill Be Arbitrated Detroit Mich May 12After a ses sion which lasted from midnight until 4 oclock Sunday morning the street railway employes of this city resolved to submit the dispute with the De Croft United railway over their demand for n raise in wages from 21 cents per hour to 25 cents per hour arbitration JicrMay 12The bulletins jissued at Castle Loo concerning the condition of Queen Wilhelmina b been reduced to one a day and I iicrimprovement in her majestys condition contin ofledno longer necessary Lieut Averys Body Found sjC3ofandthe 14th United States infantry who ralthe capsizing of a sailboat on A was found Sunday It will be ship d to Lieut Averys relatives in Sau Francisco Monday ththeDead at the Age of 111 Years John N B May l2Wordracyreceivedd of the death at St pNo55ofwho was 111 years old On the occa sfon of his 110th birthday Spal11sentedi coy ychaihv AllenStlouis opa Allen widow of the late Beverly at ll StceJohn Pope I is dead of hxrt dlseas0 tit her home accd Sryear r AMr ONS FUNERAL Body Laid to Rest in Arlingtor tonYec0 Long Procession Followed UielfBody From the Church of the Covenant4 Artilelery Salute Washington May 10 Services were held Friday in the Church of the Cov enant over the remains ot Rr Adm pson who passed away In Vas ington Tuesday May 6 isA prominent figure in UierfpewAdI f k rectly iIn the rear ot the dl lqraaUtl a body was Lieut Gen Miles alsoes- CtciCe Longstreet The funeral ftaSiJ S1D but finer MuTherethe church but two score of man cent floral emblems made up of rf roses lilies and orchids lace sp pItl JotJreaufacial and personal friends Ge W admiral The president arrlse s e church almost simultaneously I V the head of the funeral escort if casket was covered w h the bluei1 of tho American flag and banked crimson roses Mrs Samson jwasfep ill to attend the services 4 j Tho funeral sorvfces a etjrmore than the funeral ltua1iifttt epoi flan was pronounced the body bearers1 tooK up their burden and followetlfby the family of the deceased the pfSslI dent of tho United States and htstc- t ab the diplomatic body and ma notable personages the remains were carried out of the church and in the hearse A bugle note gave the signal for the march andon soon the entire long funeral proces edsign was on its way to Arlington Tho procession to Arlington through the western section of the city and historic Georgetown whence aft er crossing the aqueduct brld went by way of Fort Myer to the otery The weather was exceptionally fine and crowds of people approxi1 mating between 40000 and 45000 thronged tho streets and country Ada and gathered about the grounds at Ar lington They were respectfuf reverential in their demeanor and ap peared to have been animated by o cumaton Impulse to gather to pay t1onj rather than by laid curiosity 12 At file grave the burial servo lresimple being confined to a psa 1f tJsrondiJSIJ luting battery of 1honed outside the gates e Srto lntcusevthe marine band played the hmyn Safe in the Arms o f + and then followed the soon taps by a bugler statlonp r 1o nhead of the open grave The pre and cabinet did not go to Arlington 1Iq Corrigan Funeral Ceremonies IInv pressive and Solemn 1 galAugustine Corrl gan D D archbishop of New York as interred In the crypt of St PaJ ricks cathedral wa1timpressivethe so o church attended by a remarkable gathering clergy Eight archbishops 18 ops and more than 1000 priests were resent Inside the gothic alter six cacandles were burning and the smoke incense hung about It Around where the dead archbishop three burned on each side of him a double row in a candelabra abbvo head and another double row i low his feet Black ngaboutarcheplscopal throne puand iThe crimes played and thentthe bells tolled from the spires a that the thousands priests bishops I and Golbbonsboy witiacross and candlebearers There wVe bearded Franciscans in coarsc brdnTi cowls with white rope gIrd iRiii shaven urpliJesuitsin priiistSInpurpl anua eF nrfigutfate lea fblack and gold a half pace be hind him either thnosofherup th so itb aisle came various officers of the ity GCrockcrepe on their es Within the altar rail priists bishops und archbishops Woref In proper precedence and The cardinal aSCended his throne and the I I prllattending Iverbtsredmandlies titter rid e mats began d I Arrestedwa ClA3Eordlgherra Ara of Cincinnati the kidnaper 1 her JittJenlece Illncedunderthe tinfled officers on that cnarge Liargaret Is with her aunt alive jReadingRoadingSLf a Iron and I Co the company tlces decllnins to grant the J SSt ItiploycI jl i A NAPHTHA EXPLOSION IScore or More of Persons Killed ar Many Terribly Burned Pittsburg Pa May l3Tho Slier Aden yards of the PanHandle rail road was the scene Monday evening of one of the most disastrous explo stuns know in this section for many years A score of lives were lost and about 200 persons were so badly burn ed that according to the judgment ot physicians In attendance 76 per cent of them will die from the effects of their injuries The tango of the catastrophe was naphthahcars were being switched nt the yards and In the switching the krear car telescoped a car forward The leaking naphtha ignited from a jfewitch light causing an explosion which threw the flames 50 feet high ch of the escaping naphtha ran Esplenborougllfi mfhstano caused another explosion blow Ing to atoms the Seymour hotel the Collins house on River road and bat Jy1 wrecklng a frame building nearby InfwHlch were congregated Q or more men from Pittsburg and vlcAlty bet Fewt1the occupants of this building es coped injury many being badly hurt ntIseriouslytgndI explodedsite taclehe onistreets lining the hills on both sldnt of and parallel to the railruuti The oltI0 was oclock when thr more cars of the deadly stuff Alt oenP tjywith a roar that could be heard miles before the work of de really began- A torrent of flames belched forth each side of the track xwerping back the terrified spectators like w shelayThe successive explosions had heated the air to such an extent that before igymand the gaseous fumes and were Iw jlug carried away when the torrent of flames j swept over the excited crowd Several persons died In the hospital 1and tracks through Sheradon and has auc needed InO111tJ In Keeping communication I o at last I STRIKE ORDER OBEYED I About 145000 Men in the Anthraclts Region Arc Out rpiladel ltfa Pa A I v ttNInI coal regions oi Pennsylvania tj 1 v number of 145000 formally be x ltfan their struggle Monday for in yreased wages and shorter hours Never In the history of hard coal mu ttfug has a tie up been so complete oIt one of the 357 collieries In the ter I tory being tIn operation j There la every indication for tl belief that the suspension which was to cover only the first three days byJwill meet at Hazleton on Wednesday Absolute quiet prevailed everywhere Monday In pursuance of the request of the district executive boards tvhEc met jointly last week all the local iunions throughout tho regions met during the day and evening and elected centsbisitn every i n stance where the vote of a local he came public property the ballot show permathegrant made1thto willbei wasfinthleti4ord Pauncefote III Washington May 13Tits British manyterreports of Lord Pauncefotes Illness was first cir culated In view of this fact the em bossy deems It well to state that while the ambassadors illness may be hisiiSfeje danger is now apprehended for him Co Gas Workers Strike hundredisPeoples Gas Light and Coke Co and e Ogden Gas Co went on strike Monday night The men quit work because several of their companions had been discharged for joining the Gas Workers union Wreaths For Bret Hartes Grave London May 13Two large floral wreaths one from the Bohemian club of San Francisco and the other from Sir Henry Irving were placed on Bret Hartes grave at Frimley Surrey Similar tributes are constant arrlv Int IChicago Saloons Raided Chicago May 13West Sides policemen 0 under instructions from t Imusici fileLwomenThe Kings Hospital Fund London May l3Klng Edward has intimated his desire to the lord mayorII offeringfoe form of a substantfa addUJpn to Kings hospital fund 4L- a PROMINENT PHYSICIANS USE AND ENDORSE PERUNA CHAMBERLIN MD OF WASHINGTON JrB Chamberlin M D writes from 14th and P Sts Washington D C tjcMany have come under my observation where s benefited and cured Therefore I cheerfully recommend it 1 for catarrh and n general tonic B CHAAIBERL1N MD 5 TreasuryaDr Llewellyn Jordan Mudienl Ex I aminer of r S Treasury Department l i j j 1 j 1 t 6 N 3 3Ur I Jordan CB DC Peruna T Jrrulluatc UL Lo t lumbia College J and who served T three years at T West Point has T the following to saysof Peruna- T me t express my yet tulle to you for- T the benefit deT t rived from you wonderful rein J edy One shortv hasj mont t Vroujfht forth n J 9 rest cllan e I now consider my sol f a veil andII LONGx SL your Wholesale CHICAGO The that tells ND CURE tT after mouths suffering Feilow sufferers Peruiia will cure youDrLlewellyn Jordan Gco Havener Anacostia C writes The Peruua Medicine Columbus Gentlemen my practice I have hail occasion frequently prescribe your valuikiilo medicine and iiave found oftocaUirrh GeorffoC Havener If you not receive prompt satisfactory results from the icing a lull statement your case and will pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Hartman President The Ilartmaa Sanitarium Columbus Chio STATrnA Summer esortBREEZESnt ourshi A TERRITORY CNEQUAtED FOR BATHING SAILING DRIVING FISHING GOLFING ETC Telegraph SectionhRoadbedForcover postage o 003SummerTHE LONi ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY OFFICE LONG ISLAND CITY N Y Special Agent 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