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I Z ciO 4 Y a t r- KyI ft If 4 t i rHE ii 6I1 rd yt J10UR II- J IR q 1f t Ii m it OLDEST lv Ewsplps = w 11v SfFBRlSr K NTUCKY = I ESTABLISHED5 1859 f 114riA14 FULTON C04tTY KY MAY 23 1902 VOL XXXVII NO 27 Yr t r f z- y 4- aA ofr p c yl 1 f tvr 1 cAsa QABiJIL SH t I jjha e the 1 Ijpgpsf iil1 best selected stock of FreshI Groceries iii the city which I aw selling as low j as the lowest for Cash andl c fash only also carrya complete lint of Saddles and lHarness which will bo soldat rock bottom prills Call and examim my stork and lie convinced S TTGHIASrA Izac celive Y Pkzot e 8I n HORRORS Ltt ON HORRORS One horror is scarcely printed in the papers untilanotber occurs This week we have tho worst dis aster in thehtstory of Tennesseo mining which occurred at Coal Creek in that state Monday The list of victims number more than 200 the result of an explosion The fearful roar shooting from the entrance announced the terrible calamity Every human in the mine met almost instant death Another the terrible cyclouo swept over Goliad Texas Sum ay afternoon undabout one hundred dead and 103 injured whilst the property damaged is Vast everything being leveled in the track of the storm + What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and hangsNewtown and regulate tho digestive organs gently expel all poisons from tho system enrich tho blood improve appetite make healthy flush Only 25c at Cov gill x Cowgills CRUELTY TO FILIPINOS A LETTER FROM PRESIDENT I ROSEVELT j Boston May ia lJishop William tia rruiwet tt+ cetredt dtv tifrrKriTt- oosevelc yuter itpiytu+StieRt- ton May 1 protesting against the treat 1 ment of Filipino insurgents by theI government soldiers The bishop in his letter declared that it is due to the United States that its officers should conduct themselves so that charges of cruelty could not be justly made President Roosevelts reply is dated May 9 and is as follows 4CMy Dear Bishop Lawrence I have received your letter and the reason of protest and permit me to thank you and through you the convention of what has been done by you dI hope it is unnecessary to stay that no one iiff the country eau be more anxious than 1 amsave Secretary Koot to discover and punish every instance of barbarity by our troops in the Philippines In reference to the cruelties I agree with every word in your address No provocation however groat can IIQ accepted as an excuse for misuse ot the necessary severity ot war nnd above all not for tonture of any kind or shape Long before auy statements had been made public and before any action had boon taken by congress thel war department had ordered a rigid investigationAs these particular charges the investigation will be of the most thorough and sweeping character and if necessary will be made by the military representatives in the island Very sincerely yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT Stands Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tor tures of itching and burning ocaoma scaldhead or other skin diseases How why hy using Buykleni Arnica Salve earths greatest homer Quickest euro for Ulcers Fever Sore Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In fallible for Piles 25c at Cowgillar Cowgill ttyCAN IT BE DONE f I In a recent speech Comptroller Ioler of Now York smd t ofII f especially those that are dealing with the food products of the country and ji yet 1 fear we are only beginning to feet i slightly what will be tbeexa Lions in thei future Many of the men in control of i these monopolies operate them in a tom pnrativelyharmless way compared with what will be done when thoy themselves have passed away and the great iustitu tious are turned over to men who never have done any work and who from I theirIf are to be oppressed for their benefit The greatest danger of those combinations I believe if not curbed will come during tho second and third generations from tho rounder Thorp is food for thought in this Aggressive and oppressive as are some Of the great monopolies such as the +aol trust their exactions timid imposi Lions aro as nothing compared with what they will bo should tho monop olies become fortiliad in power nod re sources by longcontinued indulgence in Their present arbitrary courses The time to check them is now before thoy entrench themselves so strongly that they cannot bo dislodged DENOUNCESJOOSEYELT REMOVED BECAUSE liE WAS FOR HANNA Washington May 18 Juhu Grant ono of the most influential of Texas JZpjpihQ1Djr J iQ gliftPN i 1 froth the position 4f1 Or ftfiii ti1f o t is Eastern Texas district on the chargej that he had accepted a fee of 2UOu having used his influence l r have forII Beaumont bank made a National pository has issued a letter to tho peo pIe of Texas denying tho charge and fiercely assailing President Roosevelt Mr Grant says I was advised to pledge myself to agree to bring up the State in 15H4 for Roosevelt thereby I could save the 20000 I would got out of my salary for thus four rents otherwise I would he removed and lose it I told them that would moan that I must pledge myself to urge my fiends to follow me to Roosevelt in 1001 which would never do as I had never advised my friends 9icel1t from my heart and I knew T could not advise his reelection and that rather than do that I would lose I the marslmlship and everything I had I withIi I spare him to us until 1901 and he is a candidate I would consider it a priviii- ego to every man who has an interest 11 tho welfare of his country at heart to use oven just effort to put him at the head of this Government with Ins wisdom patriotism and broad minded statesmanship Ho in my opinion more nearly knows tho needs and wants of this country and people than any I theIs t Mr Grartt concludes his letter as fol- lowsj A President of the United States I who will conspire to or who does- maliciously or oven carelessly stamp I tho brand of dishonor upon American manhood without adequate cause in a scourge upon the country and is unfit to bo recognized as a citizen and some form of restraint should bo placed over him until the time cones for the poo I pie to defend themselves against him at i I the ballotbox V O EEt s i TI A vi TUT t Nicest Freshest Canned Goods Mr JCy X11ChBTyaia- iS inzs Pickles Heinzs Catsups Deviled Grabs with Shells Canned Asparagus To springserveuse and luncheons Dont forget o OGrEHS SCTq iItt 1il f I j 1 SMASHING REPUTATIONS I The Memphis Commercial Appeal I which was quoted against Senator Car mack a few days ago with considerable I effect has this searchingparagraphfin i tho Philippines military reputations went to smash Otis came back home a nonentity Lawton fortunately for his fame met with a soldiers death Fun ston came back a hero only to be ex I osed ItS a humbug Smiths name is a byword of reproach Tho chances are that McArthur will be kept busy ex plaining until all his glory has gone Indeed our recent war scouts to have demonstrated that militia fame is but the shadow of a dream This maybe the old story over again The pioneer Generals in a war do not get much credit in connection with final achieve snouts valuable as their services may have keen General McClelland fur example gets wly scant and reluctant credit for whittle did in the early part of tho civil war The men who came to command after the war was half fought out got all the glory But there had to be pioneers and tho pioneer ex perienc and example were of great as Distance to those who came iu when the North was ripe fur victory INGRAVES spokehectk thatUldozenOitwfcJjjiftn6at a ptOlleJltih forJlhis I countryCrtWhy Messenger i t 7iyetiohlI WhyI 4a I I You Qtoen Youryes- A ntl loot aliuut Ii 1 you c Hutt I aril stl ling nil kiiicls o- rFamily i Groceriesfra w rI It atsUChIedtlCed pri esiB 4 MO i1HOYfl that ifakee fIOIIP IUV at 3J gs This is J I yejIsv xar rt+ r + lk nt3 Jhw III- ol1m J e unt n I f1JI pcfl havnt sold thorn more fort dollar than credit houses Gall allord to sell Why do you want to your cash money to credit houses at i prices to emible them to take the chances on giving to others This is thp 1point ISfll striotr f but I give yon more goods line good quality same money Dont doubt this and waste your money elsewhere hut come and see me and Test Prices I o Also I mn agent thPc IRIS PAINTS H i Not the chr lle lostl dur able paint made jitarauteed1 by Simmons Hardware Coniauyr St Louis MII i CUE TIIREUELDii l 1 K l ni iit L y tq I yj e I ITHEj METAMORPHOSIS I London and WhittII England is becoming tho Americanizing process attempt to our fleet been made half a dozen yems ago there would have been such ail outcry af England had not known for a century In every phase of life in England American in iluenco is becoming more and more until to day tho descendants of the men who went to America to make their fortunes return to England to exploit the old country We are fast becoming simply a business branch f of America As mutters are trending the famous lines of Lord John Manners will come to have a commercial signifi cancoundfeamod of by their author who loved the thought of that part of England vet nncnrsed by trade Let wealth and commerce laws and learning die But leave us still our old nobility i FIONIO TUESDAY 27TU j The young ladies of tho Graves School House Sunday School will give f a pleasure picnic ice cream strawber ries Ac on tho grounds Tuesday q 27th Everybody cordially invited JN jpAND iIIIlin IUen t1 conrt iionso eoe1 tomciventitheimiiFdntes unit for Croanland James nnrttrliti witjHjinklie only did duty inhttiQl srcivod his homo j ople la tieelii WANT TO BUY U WunrIaii I von ii oacwwow- eI YU I l not 21 pay Credit credit favoriteseas for the for Black collar obtrusive only May i I fly1 THE PRESIDENT IN EARNEST i It is said that President Roosevelt favors the Cuban tarilf bill and that he Qonmdcrs that congress would fail its laxity if it evades the iisniie anti leaves Cuba in her present condition but this viiv of the president is wi aptly rosisl- etbthe lle ubliran senators who art u that if the Cnban tariif question is put stiaight to the senate a general tariff revision will be the inevitable result This they believe would have the effect of furnishing the democrats with ma tonal for a campaign issue which would grow until the elections of 1JOl Jt IIs performanceduty of ex pediency on the other The provide if reports are true ison the right of the question Will ho have the cour ale to maintain his convictions to the bitter end Y If ho has he will have Ijuohe much to elevate himself and his party in the public estimation i uu ftlWOUUIl SLEEUEKS VIA MOBILE i ii l OHIO it R tll Jtt tft Between St Louis and New Orleans St Louis and Mobile St Louis n- uJiicksouville ld Ask for tickets vwMiS R R 1 I 1 f f Y I I IITSONLY A QUESTION I Thereist attractiveII candellend = sUPistyle correct the price right J PREVAILi bigmfSp cial pieces or complete suits as you desire Ca ll1 1and see them Morris Phillips Hickman Ky r ceo LINE CLEARLY DRAWN 1 i IIEXRY WATTEKSON POINTS OUT I TIlE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIlE PARTIES I i Louisville CourierJournal j I The issue between the two parties is I i explicit and clear The Democratic party flies at its masthead the flag of II the Union the constitution and the thefiagofridingdownj upontheI ofFrancerespect to the territory acquired from Spain which PoUt tolioyved with re t aecluiredfromMexico I party of imperialism according to the model set up by England in India and i Ireland and the Transvaal reeking helplessI party is the friend of the DemocraticI nnI I phimsoldier not lest of the manaII of the eroRsthe pioneer wherever he goes of liberty and law the symbol i civilizationlight j jis the enemy of the American soldier i seeking to debauch and brutalize lam to convert him into the umrtst machine of despotism and having thn debased him to conrert him into au advance j guard and then into a willing escort fur the array of carpetbaggers and Scalawags i organizing their predatory raids j I j I euEstA attempt by lawruimTi lwi what the Republicans are pretending to do by fire and sword The Democratic ofwI ternity in the Philippines precisely as j we have done in Cuba World Wide Kopulntiou Whites Cream Vermifuge has achiev ed a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers and for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty I oridigestion and assinialation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to child hood sic at L P Jt W S Ellisons 100 MILEJUN HOUR There are plenty of opliumtic predic tions that the normal speed of railroad trains in 1010 or earlier will be one hundred wiled an hour Experiments in I thin line have been made between Zoz I yi u aud Berlin a short tine of railroad I and it is declared that a speed of j ninetythree miles HD hour was attain td with entire safety The speed wasI increased to u little over ninety nine i wilts an hour but it was found Ethe roadbed was not firm OHongh tI justify such rapid motion The real sII result of the experiments no far eon I ducted seents to be the aaoertaimnent of the fact that the power may be obtained for a speed even a good deal greater than one hundred iuil s an hoer but a roadbed that woulu warrant 1t regular schedule at that steed couldI not be constructed VOLCANIC MYSTERY The recent seismic disturbances have net in motion a train of investigation which let us hope may result in a comprehension of the ways of the troaohor ons volcano Science has explored the mystery of the heavens foretold tho coming of tho aJuinsttbethelightningsand almost defied the limitations of time and space starids baflicd and ap palled before tho dark mystery of tho burning mountain Unman penetration has afforded no warning to the people who have bqilt soominghbarmleesScience made but faint objection awayIluta llesson that is heeded that is rendered impossible by the persistant heedless optimism of man Spring AllnicnU J There is an aching and tirod fooling the liver bowels and Kidneys bocomi sluggish and inactive tho digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a fooling that the whole body and mindneeds toning up The trouble is that luring winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter iu the system Herbiue will remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and by its tonic effect folly restore the wasted tissues and givei strength in place ot weakness 50o at L P c W S Ellison r statue of Frederick the Great in the United States in remembrance of tho great jernians sympathy with the pa triots who created our republic The President at flrst said he would bring i the matter before Congress but has now made up his mind that it will not be necessary to do so and has aqccpted on I I isIcation of the statue an excuse for visit i jug this country On that account it j may be expected that time work will be harried alongnot delayed as public meuionals generally nrc ThcBmporO brother Henry has been telling him what a good time ho had in this coun- tryI I Q Sciatic Rheumatism Cured titer Four j tocn Years ol Suffering- I II I have been afUicted with sciatic r rheumatism for fourteen years says 1 Josh Edgar af Germantown Cal I was able to lbe around out constantly poffered I tried everything I could hear of and at Inst was told to try i Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a I short time cured and I am hnppv to I say it lies not afnco returned Why not use this liniment and got wolf It I is for suite by Jowgill Cowgill OldaLY BOQUET8 Io his Commoner Mr Urynn says he has been urgedt to indicate liis choice of leaders and while disclaiming to suggest any particular man believes the Southern States otfor an excellent Held lie names in turn Senators Bate l and Carinack Goy McMillin Bob Taylor und Head of Nashvlllo Tenn 1FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK iok ant Y Absolute Safety is the Basis ntThal we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee llie solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier It H BTTCHANAN President DIPEcToP1sJ tYJ J C BU 11 lfItrtfi I IIG liitlt J iLs TUOU1SOX J C JHEEK R 3C lyi irrADEXSIHm G B TJIItE1KELD p 3 J1 4 fJ fx fv F ry 3Y M iJ i 1 3 3 rij- y y t 1 M it t x i T F 4 yz t I c J 1 fi49IOUNCEMENTS t Pot coxon se Wenre authorized to announce SAMtrat CCOJSLAND of Graves county as a candidate to represent tim lit Oon ggressional District in the Lower Kongo of the next Congress of the United ta3lns andlilaey JsUll 1 jeot to tlie notion orHuf Uomoaratie party i Democratic primary election t to morrow roll open at regular voting places 1 1 t Democrats should turn out tomorrow audYoto Polls open at sil lhs regular voting pleeL t I T L The next eou nrssmnn fiiUthJ5 Die trict will be named by tomfrrrows pri mary if yon want a voice ill tJHjtifohotS ing go and vote1 tit yte Primary Election ToM ow Tho pr unary election to seleqfc A Domo raitjps nominee for Congress m this IllsiJrFot occurs to marrow Vet ing plucksl will bo openod hi all tbP- regnlarvotng 1lalI8 in this county ulHJftit1H the counties of this Ooii Krcwionitl District If you know your self to be a democrat go and vote t M Cool Rooms iu Hottoet Wonthor Prof Willf L Moore of the Weather Burenn Washington has an invention for keeping rooms root in the hottest of weather and what iir more that tits price with Ihe so hrap as to Ihi within the reach f pix plj of ordinary mean It Jconsluets of pipe Rill the Ulle of i i cortum chemicals Tlw temi ratnre eau always bo kept at 70 or fJ lieu i j drtdti of SHI jh invention exist but ail too costly fur ordinary use t + t Cuba Set Free i On Tuesday the 20th Pnsidont Pal IItIllufI reliiiquishiiiK the JOprlJlluut of the I Island Tlii nv repubJi1 was gn ted with vulvas o f IKKJUUIIK cannot from thu Amcri tan war vosstlsl prts lUt and ly the Aincriran otlioen end soldiors atid th ewtUnswaUc Hcclnims of chic Ckf IIPolw iw republic will exist af tiyt mand then b coote an Atnericsui athttL lft f How Bots aro Going The informal on IT that in betting circle dhQ odds arOinrgflly in favor of Cropland ovorJamos 100 to f75 on the general result AlSo that inoney was JoC that Crosslandwonld carry the Siio lies this side of Tennessee river and that his majority in sgtyt oouftty counties on the other side of the river The primary election occurs tomorrow Saturday anti if you want to express your choico go out and vote t + t- Ohildrens Day Last Sunday was Childrons Day at the Methodist Church nod rho bxorcis oa wore witnessed by a vory large con gregation so large in fact that many could not obtain seats The opening was cp dusted by Mr Pinley itaudle tho w rthy Superintendent of the Sun day School Then a most appropriate and excellent address by Prof S A Link Kecitatious by Miasefl Addiv Murrell Marguerite Fuqua Annie Mo thcny and Masters Brice lirevnrd and Frank Smith Also some beautiful songs rendered by tho quartette Arch Dcbow Fred Piorco Tamos Hooey and Mr Summers V taTHE METHODIST CLAIM Great Denomination Split On Issue Tho Southern Methodist next to the largest religious body in the United States iis torn nil bo pacos over what is known as the Publishing House War Claim Tho publis is more or less familiar with the facts of the wise winch has been the subject of constant controversy in the public prints for more than five Ylafs1I may howeverito briefly state here the essential facts involved The church had tried for years to get their claims allowed by congress but had never succeeded Finally the book agents Barbeo and Smith Who had charge of the claim made a contract with Maj B B Stahlmau of Nashville to lobby the measure through congrass For this service they agreed to pay him J5o per cent of what hesecured Sow Stahl inan is a notorious lobbyist and a past grandmaster in the art of influencing legislation He went to work in his own peculiarly way and soon had the chum in fair shape for passage While the bill was pending passage ill the senate however it got noised I abroad that Stahlman was to receive a 1 verjr large contingent fee for his servi J cesraud senators wired Dr Barbeo a query something like this Reported that gtahlman Is to receive 40 per cent lobby fee IS it trneJ To this Dr 1 Jiarbec replied that there was no truth jri the report The answer was falso at HltlStahlman I 40 per cent but he was to hale 85 per cent The answer therefore was a marWqnivoontiou and entirely misled theinquirlug senators and tho bill wag passed appropriating nearly 300000 of which Stahlmau received 100000- If it had not been for this falshood thenjouey would never have been ap propriated As soouJas tho facts all leaked out there W1fJiU storm of protests both from congress and from the more arrotnnbfis iii embers of tile Methodist Church An effort was made at the nXl general conference of the church which was held four years ago to de pose Barbee but without avail Ills following in tho conference was too strong Now he has resigned but the general confcronpe now in session ai Dallas is torn with conflicting opiuions as to what should bo done About the repayment of the uiouov HUSBAND RETURNS AFTER 32 YEARS Calloway county has ah Enoch Ardon case rJ must inters i ting sort The Murray Times of Tuesday satThirty io years ago Joe Robertsou of this county loft Ins wilt und1 family to- go to mill c A few hiys ago he rc- lururlttn1 t without his rr5i tHis wife nut henring from him fl ftPH numlier of years married jgoodcit i iKii of the neijrhhorhood and they hne mis da fami Ily and are now old 1people land presumably somewhat disturbed1 1rOCtt the nppenri l anet ufouo whom they thought dead yeniv ago Robertson iis oldnnd fe lle and iis stopping with relatives in tile south part of 1 the county It iis said that the return ed1 prodignl has giveni no ex planation of his long absence or account oats wanderings He is apparently very much inclined to accept things as they are The affair has created a sensation yYou will find Shirt AVaiste made for Ult2 i ACCUSED OF LIBELING COL BENNETT H YOUNG Louisville Ky llav 21 The eellialla returned three indictments for criminal libel One is VillonghhyVillimns respondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer and Capt James plncelheseparately The complain onngOtherI McDonald JT Bowles T1 AI Pythian Jolla Leathers oJ1 S Carpenter 1IX Thorntl on and Thomas Woods The indictment iis basedl on publication in flu Cin chianti Enquirer for which James B lay stood sponsor Col Youngs connection with the hoard of trustees of the Confederate Homo of which lIP is president was assailed Mr Clay asserted that there was polities hack of it The particular mat ter iu the article to which Col Young objects iis con tained in this statement from Clay I will not recognize any man as a true tJon fedr crate who took the oath of InitetibStates government to save himself from leach or JllIprison meat when thousands sacraficed their lives lather than take that oath J The indictment sets forth that the language iis false and malicious andl intencled I to villify tilt said Col Ben nett H Young iii violation a of the statutes provided and 1 gllit9j Kentucky1 c J I int stretch sold at a31BLR S HOURS OF TERROR t UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE o p YOU U LADY WITA A BURG LAIt v 4 MayFor2oA t t earlb 4f EliderHt j i b y1 fitCitytens resiednce + knowing that there was a burglnr in the room yet afraid to make aut dpheIAbout 1 oclock n in itis Enders was awaken by ii man in her room She wus greatly frightened but ilftv hnttijdolIlnWelwlight in tlie room she could only distinguish tlie ouMTiftti of a nuffl She 1ii up stairs away from the ijof the family hiss Kncljjg inally concluded dl to let tlfe Iprowlerki low she was 11 wnllJ1 and audibly cleared 1hpl throat This had till nf1u4t1r of nmking the ceaTzhis search as he erouchcff1 down ill a corner und rfmained noisless seemingTJr as scared as the young ladC TheI minutesj I rttggls1 each seeming nn hour to1tijm terrorl stricken girl Ati43 oclock Miss Enders huvifj the intruder slip out lifti state of collapse sill aroused the household but nfetr ex altiiTticks were found missing Miss Endeas is quite ill from the shock Holds UpyAt Iho end of the campaign rtii Champ Clark Mwsourip brilliant spit reasniim from overwork norvotife I tension IIIJB of she and constant uUerelycollnirauOIt 111bOthI boltt1olorlli right Its the best allround medics ever sold over a druggists rougher Over worked rnndowu men and weak sickly women gain splendid health aria vitality from Electric Hitters Try them Only 30c Guaraute by Cow iI1faow iIItoTHE JESTERS Yt1 Teacher fell lie Bobby what are the two things nec l3aptisnlBoblie 1- nla atn1oston Herald The raidIo Do yoU think its unlucky to get married on Friday The Batchel orofcourse Whyjshould Friday bean exception Titi Bits Every Little IiellpsVo- Vt got a little more room in our flat now That so Yes weve just scraped1 the paper oil thwails l Philadelphia press JJ i ngo 11 hat s caused ounghuhfnmilyr ter half discovered that she didnt know how the other half 1Iii ves Harvard Lam poon Recommended Member of investigating Committee Mr Thinkard what in your opinion istlw device for J making a furnace consume its own smoke Expert A fivehundreddollar line Chicago tribune NOTICE WillsonSMondaythou the bands of an ollicor for collection D E WILSOX Uo j gtHickmanMrs Clifton Lee wh j IJ JudgeJ Koarby as being of unsonnd mindrit ii For Those Who Live on Farms Dr ill Pane III IIune Liuiuientlways I am confident there is no better made It is n dandy for burns Those who g live ou farms are especially liable to many accidental curs burns ann i bruises which heal rnpidly wiicu Bal ItshouldSas of umergoncy y5c HOc and I00 ntLl Sc11 S EllisonsI 1brj tt t A woman Whooping who has foutChII rTth this db+ aM tlls 1heI Tjov being owing to our KIVUI them Chamber lamas Oough Remedy they lot none of I their plumpness and came out in much whosebe1pareuty jt not use thit remedy Our oldest little ooejwouid call Inlily for cough syrup bKwteu whoops Svssie- Pinkov Hall SprinKfidd Ala This Remedy is for sale by towRill Cow jnUl 1ltluV 1birds partieulnrly those tilttt HIt 1prey for spoils gen 1os8the faculty of killfury dressing 1 ounds some will even stet boiuv toafprm the proper bandages 1V French naturalist writes that on a num Mr of occas ions he has killed woodcocks that weiv when shot con l aiescinii from wounds pre1 yiotisly rCri141 f 111 every iinstjineehe found tl1t iod injury Ineatlyt I ditjssedl Withj down Iplucked front th+ 19111 feathers and skillfully rtWfinged1 over tthe wound bvidently 1 1nrthe bird lIn some in stauctH a solid plastr waxI thus formall lawl in other bindfi es had1 loon ujiplied to wounds or broken limbs One day he kill1I Ia birdlIi tillnt evidently hadI beenI Sfivoreh wounded at some recent period The wound t mS covered and protectediiII Iklofr foatheis which had 1 been plucked by the bird front its own hod arrantVtdi as to form a planter com pletely covering awl profoyt lug the wounded surfaee The feathers Avert1 fairly netted together passing alernatelyt under and above each other and formingta textile fabric of great pro tective power h Cures When Doctors Fail Mrs Frank Chiiuwou Patterson La writes June 8th 1901 1 had ualarif- gver in very bad form was treatment by doctors hut as soon as 1 dtppped taking their medicine the fevr would return I used a sample lx ttle of Herbine found it helped me Then ulL1L1W900LLl w3 1mplateli tiiiiJliuurmrlnntand eau honestly riMMimtiundl it to theh suffering front malaria as it will sure ty cure them Herbine olV lwftthait IJP W R Ellisrsj L BRICK FUn SLKIrood Urtkat Pt7b ou the yard Apply Co IL UUTLKDtIK J a2t Hiokmao Ky WANTED Stock topmstnre A M SHAW IStateLine 500 ACRES WHEAT LAND I applyII I i ATTENTION FARMERS I Swayne the druggish has a fine grade Machine oil loc per gallon = J Hot Weather Bargains VsiivofiVrinjrssoiiit good hargnnI in Dry iuodsI SluMsI IKtc Wash Goods We show the lest line in town Lawns Dim it il frontli to iOc ipr 1 a1d- Knit 1 LadiesI and Muslin Underwear Indies Knit shi1Zto 2pc o Muslin lmlvrwcar we are selling k0itthan ever heron Corset Covers at 25tt to T5 IItllc r Skirts at nOo to 200 Chemis lit JOe to 150 Drawers at 5e to 7f i t Ladies arid t i Misses Slippers I + V r anI having a nice trade on our Ladies Ox LaceiI iI t Jxfonls Smdals glad Colonials at 98c to 5 jno a Gent9s furnishings 11shrnc an uptodade 1 line in Jents Wear ij 1 Itt received1 rew fCM LION BRAND Neglige Shins tend Shirt Waistsi at 1 10D and t r Clothing wcand Pants for hot weather at 5 S and SJO Straw Hats ItrrCshow the nobbiest line of Gents Straw in thcitltit 2ie to 200 IIlIitt 0 rr BmTz r ftrdtts h t 4Gi TWO CAR LOADS 1roJ lit We have two carloads of strictly high grade Unties find are selling them under a guarantee for one year under ordinary liSP Come in nnd examine our stook before you buy and we will save you in one If you wish you eau bring u in a well signed note for 75 ptII1stt and we will P1Hlyon home in u new Haydoe or Anchor Bii rb withv a line set of harness vv2 E3a- FIe1dei1soi1 dfcs Oor Successors to E REEVES CO of at i 0 I E HICKMAN Q KENTUCKY 1 ip l w f j t 1 0 o J 1 7 t 4 s xwql Mf1 1MgeM y 4i 4t t 1 =t 4a 4 4A 4r1 r1a 1H 1f 11t 3a a t s i j1 t Jrft1 4 t1t 1 Xii r re ri ya- t r I 77 f This rl HIGH GRADE iI SEWING11 MACHINE Only 1175 Ag r I j r rr M GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS f1- N ffive Drawers Drophead Oak Woodwok Highi Arm Self Threading Shuttle Double Lock Stitch Stitch Regulator DoubLe feed f 3 Automatic Bobbin Winder 5 1 t c r IJ It llss J ts CClljJ SZJiBCilIS 11 The only satisfactory workihg atvC41I manufactured x ys s 250 to H5 O gL PP1 W S ELLISGN HickmanLKentucky I i ++ NC ST L R R SHEDULE a LEAVE IIICICMAN- No 8 Leaves 2d5 p m nno01Leay pm I Noioo Leaves IM a in I I ARRIVE II No3L Arrives 140 pm No92 Arrives 7JO a m 2o51 Arrives 840 u m n fliT A good clover pasture Apply to C L Hose near Hickman settAUlBEHGS at PEOW POINTSj Tape your Plow Points to George Buck and hayo them sharpened two for 25 cents A new p t01fcc called Roper his been established in Hiekinan county with Hillary E Davis as postmaster J You will ueverWish too another dose of pills if you once try = Chaurbar Iains Stomach S Liver Tablets They are easier to take aud more pleasant 111 effect Th y cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sale by Cowgill Cowiull- ar BSHAWS SONS Ofllco is now at Cue Threlkolds Cash Grocery House t The Ilickman county circuit courm convened at Clinton Monday for a of two weeks FOR SALE good milk cows apply to A H Sect As St Louis Is to have her Worlds Fair in 1001 she wants thtt uatioual conventions of tho parties as additional tttractionsy 7 t 1- j Are best reathtdthe often elwile line run directlytrainsthrough the most fern p do o Ark nsas Lou t aitd Texas se ai s- isiana either reach direct or rn e Clpc s ttw i II connections forall parts of tin J WOpT N S- y Miss Ida Mason of Union City spont a few days Ilickman this week and returned Suodut wcompanicll hj her whotnightnThe sevotiteeu loqnsts base ap poured at 1Ic nm other points in KentuckyFOR SALE gilBAPf second haul Deering urndor guar antee it A McPauiel f y t l ltft 1 v esclIfTm PlirYIO JfiW ni1miift 0IT REQUIRES years of esperleneo and great skill coupled witha large manufacturing plant equipped with the latest special and automatic ma chinery to produce a good and satisfac i tory Sewing Machine at an economical price TIlE HAPPY Route lS built by IiIfactory poasessiug nil of thcserequisites and ltll goods are nIl reliable and fully guaranteed not onlyI to work well but to wear well Some machines will work all right for a while but they I o ngot out of order and thou the owner will pay out more for repairs in a short time than the original cost of thu machine An article may bo sans factory and reliable oven at a very reasonable price and theje qualities will be found to an eminent degree in our Happy Homo Sewing Machine WHILE not as well finiShed iu un necessary details as our higher priced goody so fur as lastiug and sewing qualities are concerned it is first clues and we claim it to be far superior to any of the cheap IIlChiuetwhbwhic1l market is flooded aufl pbuyerdear at any price THE HAPPY Home forms tho double lock stitch using lwo threads which are locked together iu tho center of the goods thus pinking a sUtcli which appears the same on both aides of the goods The mnuliiuo JSUlocotlgh I ly modern both in construction aud appearance It is very ea rto operate and simple to thread v IT IS FITTED with thqrlatoat style automatic bobbin winder witch winds the thread ou the bobbin very evenly wit hunt nuy earn on fie of the operator further than to operate the stand treadle 4 THE MACHINE is tittojl with ft re leasing device on tho lHand wheat which enables the operator to use the bobbin winder without moving the working parts of tho nmalimo or re preeaerfootTflffi NEEDLE is orthrtopulnl flat hank pattern ands self setting TilE FLED is double ostomlB ou positiveinin that it does not depend ou a spriug to operate it but it will lift and return throughout its full stroke every time a stitch is made regarctto of whether the work that is icing sow d is light or heavy Many machines nqw on the market will bo found to pofeseas ji feed movement necessitating tIle use of a maydoan it is a source of weakn ss and sootier or wilt tend to catie trouble parts are very few simplcand lobeII which insures eiso of jworking great durability The mot small there are the mot cqlitpucation and greater liability of thaAucliiue getting out of order m fe TIE STITCH regutastot s situ pie tu operate and IB fn plain view on th t4triitTil tag is ridoffineitched THE WOODWORK isof goo1- quality oak The design fit modern with SKeleton drawer cusoe The canter drawer U of the rlidiag pattern full length THE STAND is inttile aud 1uihed in a good and snbsrarttTnl manner throughout and is titted wih means for adjustment to take up Midyear THE ACOESSOKS setwith each machine without extrr charge include twelve needles six Bobbins Oil Cau Ailed with oil large und iiJJ1lll screw drarfNI sewing guide guiiii screw and QonlqAUuchlneol including the following rglllbr tucker binder braider four lemitmis pf ort ed widths qnilters tli nCipitter foot hemmer and feller 3ttn nont box will be furnished for 7Q cents extra T I u RJ I lJARKJANSAS AND LOUISIANA I SouthwestcT i III I BomaisJV I art rJisld and wilCru peoplepro w per writo for I copy of our handdS some booklets Hum U8 In the t Southwest GHmpseajof South cxst Missouri Arkansas aud North I west Louisiana and vjrjirouKb H ADAMI T P X CAIRO ILL Texas with a Camera l nt free i i to any person who is anxloinjj to E W laBEAUME G Pi TA ST LOUIS MOiI better his cunditionJj i in YOUr Louis 1 v 1L part later very iJtit Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen I Years ot Suffering I I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says Josh Edgar af Gonnantown Cal I was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at lust was told to tryI Chamberlains Pain Balm which I hU and was immediately relieved aud in a short Unto cured und I am happy to say it has not sfnco returned Why not use this liniment and got well it is for sale by Cowgill Cowgill I I 11 IIatCIIXGlH I 1000 311 LE TICKETS I NnshviUe1Ohuttanooga Ij over Railway and tertlnerLlUes in the j i Squthoast comprising more than 11000 i r1Hyouii iu the ofi ii i next twelve mouths buy one InoueVier j 1 etii i i i toI snthey i j nerallOi t i w W L DANLEY j j i General Passenger Agent i iI r Nashville Tenn j j I BOYS WRESTLINGI MATCH I iI specj1IIJyffiunjrS boys is reporte1 IelweeuI I j lJl kcdnm a villejri on the cjlate liiif i repl Ip unites northof here in td I county I several boys were scullliug iu the I I rod uonr town where Duncan Sh i nuns tine ten year old son of Dry Si i I niQiis because angered nt Cleo Chfrry t1412 year nld Li y of George Cher y i Tle scullling continued and you i openedbut it Lie opn in hU hand Finally the SimmonsI boy asked the Cherry boy to loosa hi wmch he did not do Ij soon ns yon Cherry thought he ought to The open knife entered the bowels young Cherry and cut a long gash aud his bowels fell to the ground Shysiciaus were called including the celebrated surgeon Dr R N Wtiittend of Fulton Kwh sowed upjjtlit wound taking u great many studies The latest news is that the Uoy isoantlYo die as his bowels ire jlaccratea If n f j IC i i toadt JJcrc JjitI tl C d- J nf uoa occcccctr6y- ii I See the line of wash goods at i r AM HERU j Mr Th S Iyi in St IuirlI l not this w e k x dec Mis Caskly vus the guest of Mia Ouida Moouey last week Dresden iis going to have a street fair j to open ou the lth nf October n Miss Lu y Burnis of State Lire i lint iuil Miss1 ILelia Shaw WedtufdaY i hihl I only a- According AMKKKU8 j i to President 1N veltB i plans Congivs mav aJiria1tL wen Mr Leon Smith w ins li inJjl Texas the past Year h retuniiit 1 is me 1 Mis Ouida Mney i fti j ILee Wednesday for a month VIST at TipUI tunvilleCarrie j i mdit I IIIC i prison iIIt jthji jI 1 1 i I iI have ever shown H O AMIIH4W ii I Mrs UV1 Jh of Coriiti Miss i but 1 and daughter tt ill arrive iin 1li b tani jI i to morrow tto it lur 111lrtDr OutU aI iuVorki j post office Iniildinj iron and plU Iass front and to th suppliedi withi ah theI modern fixtures i II All member of tnCollegeiI i niJedI etdayt f I jjf apt IT A TV1 ler uteriaitl Misp iij Dora Smith County Hchmilgiiprriuten 11Hii i t Ij kinCollegei I I j I If you want thr iutesf thing ill slip j perasee the K I i xl lire at I I UMuftS- Dr I c i i W 1V Richmond the very able dol and well known physician of Clinton has been elected President uf tthe Ken tucky Stair M dia Asoeiation boollSuperintelldpnt +ii i st iItI I i i fofI fAstIrlsullltdl that the reunion will hr held lII 2Thef Uickmai C P Church tray compelled ito postpone th announced protracted T meeting nut i iM tnN date in June be I tcause of disappointment in u ttinp j iiKev E C Hendrix to help him ii was I j t tXlwcttdIj tY Those wiio expect an i11111 dIitrupture between President Kk level i + and Senator lihiiinui have been disap I j pointed Bulhff them ar goodlyl enough politieiais to know ni etrr thanI I 3 to jump into the arena n rly wit hxI their razors J0 I projecaleA iorweginu has invented a can f I I next week we may expect some German 11- jj inventor to come along with a patentL 1 j 14cUJntltlII14 I that American capital is going into Mexico at the rate of oue hundred milI lions yearly and the American flagi I I loWHilateijjI trade follows the flag I I IIAIII J hasII per bushel In some parts of the Czars i empire it is saul that the shortage IIs I j so great that the remnants of the seed i i 1 grain has been eaten aud no spriu i j i crops have been sown jI I j Only two survivors have been tour I i of all the people of St Pierre who we jiI I there on the day of the eruption One I I I was a doctor who was riding in t I l i j = suburbs of the city and put whip to h horse barely escaping with many burns i j The pUlfr was a prisoner coufim d in underground dungeon anIj IJudge Lawrence B Anderson r f Ij I iMnyfieid lias written front Frankfort to Lr B Walker at Clinton that 1 he I will not be a candidate for the demo Crone uominatipii for Stare senator from the First district to succeed J 1 J Watson the incumbent H thin the honor should go to rinine Ificknian county man 1 I tMr Charles Ilolooiilie Jr who lhas losers in the drug businkss at JonesboroJ Art has been at Lane ou a Writ thisi I week Ufa friends will hear witlipleas I j nre that he is prospering Iu feet he irlujtIii i Hcations in business that alwavs com munds success i i CongriHsman Hepburn cf Iowa thinks tho Naval Aendemy at Anuatio i is overstorkd with talent He callI lij jlill the attention of tilt Host to thej I j fact that while thrv ut nplv is tt graduates lant year there vvr n dlltl jj there i9 offim rs of the navy i iu add- tut itII lion to thy prijfessors of thee institction emplovid fur teaching the sciences t rlrri uThorvsignHtioti of the governor r- nerxluf j Australia lnraufe he fouliatIj i Kt JilontJ un a 50tNM salary wlluldi seen to indicate that the personal ex rigjhwner of oUIjial tiff fonus liiult in tIJlt young commonwealth That U th i I safari of the President of the Lntt I States and ie Isnt kicking Ex I i fn1l1nOii I i i1is Willie Curliu entertained a i ofnu mberof the leading society hxu I both young gentlemen and ladies of Woodland from 9 oclock nntill 12 I oclock Wednesday evening Also IIDr Prsither Turlin cjj Ilickman joined j the party The me which was ren j dered on the violin and by Mr Johuv I and labs tinuders was highly appreeiat od by all Many compliments were passed on thr guest Come again rOn Monday lit death visited tho- i home of Sir Isaac Shntf and took from their sweet baby Swan Hurras Shuff- acred eitt muntlis He had lleen s k with ii e ilpitis when death rIlIldI i + m all his squaring and earn l1tta1 that home where death icvir corn While we wise him so much we feel as pared that be has gained a htTp ntbuilt with hands a4 with his little brother that Well flu 1lug since YIP dear punm = fur hP was only a ten bud traupIIdt trout North to bloom forever ir liav n To secure a hulliiuit a New York woman paid thirteen thousand live hiTjrtrr dollar Tun money was tijitui as a bono to the husband n toes ient a fee psiidl a matrimonial foUi f inducing the womans am ulI 10 marrv Inr she paid fifteen hnrdndt Italian and thun balked but judgeI tional This transaction opens upi tiliii of activity to resonrcvfal out women III addittiou lobbys legisirie agent and other potent persuadtrifi we will have the inairiiuo broker The Hartford Courant speaks iu high terms of the speech of Senator Lodge Massaetiusetts dtIh red last week refers tij the etToir an n reply to tradnl ers of the Anurican soldit r LoJgM is a man of distinguisludi ai d no doubt represented his side of tits Philippine controversy well hip leech way not a reply to thi+ soldierfchamberi has demanded 1a thorough tarton of th charge of cruelty the Philippine island To let tho report go unchalh d would h an iujusttie to the Amerienn soldier It iis claimed that the volcanic dis t HI at MartiniqueI andJSt Vincent u = h r taken into eonrideration in xtin with the nmtlxnctiou of a between the Atlantic and Pacific = The intluenee however will only temporary Kveo these terrilic dLa ter in nature cannot stop a great eutriirUe The risk of the canal being blown up or shaken ttpiecM by au earthquakeI will be taken though hrhaps uot right away It was pretty well understood that Congress would nothing on the cabal question at the present session oven before the steels ins Mt Pelee waked np in a rage ot rit1iH + l1i1 toI f i tt11 t Material tr c ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMf tt BEHJI 4- I Doorg and Windows Shingles tSau tT Lime and Cement t- I Builders Hardware 4 Painta Oils etc ESTDIATR- SIf CHBKRFCLLY t- I tFURSISHEU F 1 le YID tTVtr rkf t it T Hay Oate OOCB BrfliL ato etc 4 7 A 1 ikr e tLPWS01iSON tl r C444744 + COAL CREEK DISASTER The appalling catastrophe which 7 cnrrtd Monday morning by an cxplo lion of gas in the Fntterviile mine nt Coal Creek East Tennessee is the most lttrrWllinth hislory of the Sruie if are not euigeerated We trust this may jhorns to be the cae At any rue the di aster iia snflleiendy lior gorihle tc arouse the people of 1eutc seo and the entire conutrjr to the accoui thedhapIutings fe rt mu to cum StheI Pierre storm and tho LOSEat Tennessee wine disaster all within a period of ten dnyvI Tins month of May bids fare to stuml accursed iu the ciltndur of faithful disorders Tho distressed are crying for aid and our duty i to fcive give J hue 3IMM1MIIS UUKMAU NEWS ksAfter several vexations delays and hralflwnl the new Memphtsftloruing News has overcome its obstacles and is now isainK a tint class newspaper l lloeal news covers Memphis aud IIIt orrespfujlfitt inall the Mem territory and JKIVVS the news of this IH lion Its telejrrsiphic wrvice ts superb I Memphis Weekly News Will tip- irjfhMay 2Wth and each Wednesdny thereifter Send for jtampli copies of the dady and weeklv AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes Toilet Watarn Soip Titlemu Powdera trace Powdens- y jIt m LH found at Swayuojj Drat o t 000 DISASTROUS TOBACCO m vi r HOUSE AND ONE THUUS N1I i HOGSHEADS BURNED AT MAYFIELD KY edDIaFfield Ky May 30 Special 1 The Enterprise tohaceo warehouse con taimng about 1000 hogsheads of tobno co burned today with a IOPS of over T 100000 ItlThe building was oivned by Griffith Ligou Allen Sharp of this city The building covered over an urre of ground and wits the Ilargest in the city The lloss was covered by about ono 1tthird insurance Most of the tobacco belonged to the trusts and to foreign firms and the loss I on home people will not 6151 great us was lust years fire l i i i1c x tt- ii 1t t t I ii t ti i t t j 0- t x l r v ki P vyrr J i1 fgter j 4i rit i 2 r rrry ryc i I i ft I 1 1f 1tf rr T H This HIGH GRADE s SEWINGMACHiNE l Only 111 a rvr r GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARSt Five Drawers Drophead Oak Woodwork High Arm Self Threading Double Lock Stitch Stitch Regulator Double feed 3 Automatic Bobbin Winder 5 g f KJlSfiHIs Chljuif Szciftts TIe only suti faetory workihg sweeper manufnctumll I f 2oO to at0 LL P w S ELLISON Hickman Kentucky e 11 I u + v 3C ST L It R SOHEDULK I LEAVE IIICKMAX No 3 Leaves 205 Ip tn No 01 Leaves 750 p u No 55 Leaves 700 a m ARRIVE I No4 Arrives 1 10 p in No 92 Arrives 720 a in 3f51 Arrives 840 u m a A good clover ppasture Apply r to QL Rose near Hickman jN W line of lti G Corsets at- AMBERGSi pnow POINTS Take your Plow Points to George Buck and have them sharpened two for ai cents I A new post offco called Roper has xi been established iu Hickman county l with Hillary E Davis as postmaster iii Voa will never wish to take mother si doe ofpills if you once try fllmiplains Stomach 3c Liver Tablets They fwejeasier to take and more pleasant ilk- etiQOf4j Thny cleanse the stomach and- ireghlatethe4 liver aud bowols For sale l yCqwgill X Cowuill l iu i MBSHAWS SONS Oceis now at Cue Threlkolds Cash l fcrYHonsc lI I courtbwlveaedr Of two weks l1ORSALEi good milk cows apply At H Soot a Ajii St Louis is to have hex Worlds p Pair0 ia 1904j she wauts thoioiational Y tdlitioualrfJt r r 2 ii t jj If I I a- III III I Iy r 75 Shuttle I II Arebestreahed the orlon 3e1 whic linerun trains frdm St Lo s ebe a d Caro directly through the most fens p lo o Arknsas Lou istana and Texas se ai s I etcher reach direct or m 4e o e I tonnections forall parts of tlt G e t Cnmtra conditIOn Miss Mason Union City spent a few days in Hickman this week and returned Sunday accompanied by her grandmother Mrs af Nelson will return home Sunday night Thosevouteeuyoar locusts have ap peared at Louisville other points in tacky FOR SALE second Laud Deering guar antee A ircDauiel t X- c tl C uff0 bb- hI 4y j jI r JCS j MAC 0II IT years ort rtotJo j largecuanafactnringthe latest special and U 3withII chinery to produce n good aud satisfac tory pricetoSewing iMachiuc at ai Qgouotnical I ifactoryy a tCquisitg3tad1 + i buttofullyguaranteedl i I theysoox111onI Urn I owner will out more ahOltStitisfactory veryreasonableq i i will be found to au emiueHtJ dogroe iu j onr Happy Homo Sewing MafihiDa WH1LK uot as well firiislled in necessary details as our higHer unII good so far an lIwstiugVTfiul jualiti s are concerned ittit1lrst olaoand we Haim it to be fa ghhdrior to iI any of tin cheap Machinewjtft vJiieli the market iis hooded iruufch jje ftredearrsIvt i thotIoubltr mtle which art locked togcUioPinJfHa cantor of the goods thus 1I11l tTJwn stitchwhich appears the same ori tiftti11 sides I tIoroug1tII corn OIl and appearance It is very enJF td 0 orate and simple to thread 4 styleautomatic dtheverys ovonly I I without any rare on the nhrtof tho I p T4tor fnrth r than to pornjle Uie stand LIII trEBt1ltfIIII toleaiug which thebobbinworkiiiK parts of the niaofime or re the work i serfoot1 TETE NEEDLE is of thoTijOnulnr flat i shank pattern and is solf a t 1tITHE FEED is double I I onboth j p fenturein i springto l roturuthroughout whetherthei orbeay i market will be found to posgesR ji luoyement necessitating the usa of a I spring of iu maydoItS it is a source of wcaknggs fentrntsooner i or later will tend to cause trouble The strongwhich j i great durability The Ibo mall uerts there are the mono cow ioatfou and I gettiugout iI j THE STITCH wguIatoSi iV wy sim ple to operate and is in rimhi view on the upright portion offuiuiat THEI SHUTTLK is LltfMdioK is ofHuepollaiiedOlqua1itwith skeleton j oeuterdrawer i fulllengthTIlE STAND is made and uihedin a good and substantial manner throughout and is lilted with menus for voarTHGACOB8SORS each machine without extnrclntrge include twelve needles six AUfillectdrirerx sewing guide pwido screw sereII iltnstratcd instruction jonk A OAIPLKTE Mf attnchmenls including the following niftier tuckeribinder braider four Ilfmmcrs awort i ed widths quitters Ulriad cutter hemmer and feller p iut in neat rootII will be furnished for Tgjcenfcs extra i I I I 7 irxI AtJARKANSS ANJ6LJUISIANA J I If you want tdfind n good born0 I In the Southwest where big crops rosa I are rJistd und where PIOple pro rper writo for copy of our thoJGALtS- fsoU J bootdots llumtw in Southwest OItmpses of SouthSODIt 3cisouriArkanas 011 urtbIillLeastrrsa with s Sen l frter 10EIS1J0to IJ better lily Ida of J who unit Ken OHEAPj 1 Binder itM1 REQUIRES I I t I feed atilt I I of to lonrIII have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says Josh Edgar of i ermantown Cat i I was able to bo around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Bnlm which I did and was immediately relieved aud in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not sfnco returned Why not uso this linimeut aud got well It is for salo by Cowgill +E Cowgill I i tIttlLi I TICKKTSi j NftslniUe1GnntnllooI go Ii oviir Railway and Stwnner Lines in tho ii utheaat Comprising moro than 13000 ti ties UutcS i yatItoftIi1soi inmcIII it5ea Where they are not on Bale i j Uelleraltue1 j j S W L DANLKY j i jrm Jeneral Paweusor Agent j S Nashville Tenn j ii I I t QOYS WRESTLING MATCH t i ji RESDEX ieiin May 20 Sn Iifflr A actions cutting affair hetw i ly frkednutom i j 1 ut i iIx5al trCi tnihs nurthof Kerr ill this I county j jgoveral boys were + ctiHIiug in Air II i road near town where Duncan Sim j uWS the ten year old son of Dry Sim Chrrry1fitii J Vwft vx y rInscumlU ngii yoSiiftnons it ii knifeIIi which he lidnot yoCherryThe open knife entered the bowelsyoung Cherry and cut a long gash ii j lu I groundhysiciaus inched RIVhitehead X twrt 1 un the wound ticking u great mauvti helioplisi II jj l aroil11acerntedJ 1 tteooo oC- II ttitr fJ 1C iI j JJam 4- j uCrc IsctL ccQyof I8ef the liar of wash goods iaHrtrf iI I j broMri l oyy i jI this we kderIIi Cussiity was the gutsjt of Miss Ouida Moou+ last week Dreowlin is going to have n curt fair open oJ111 tht I1it Ii cif Uctobcr j Miss Luiy Burriis of State Lir Iii j itetl Miss Lilia Shaw 11erlr sifay j IR U Corset m ver stretch soldI ly ij at lydlll 1tlSthe Accnrdinp tr PrII 1 Kv nn plans CYiuirns= was ailjuurii fiu tlij Mr Leon Smith wh hs tIIITt xa the past yar hay rr turind 1 h nu Miss Ouida Mocu y lift nu iJt s 1 I- j 1iliI Ntt1 t i Hnvd Iflo allti ICarrie to jail rf tirtv iltv at T JI1Idailt l i The best lire l aojhave 1 i iMrs W A JIIIii Corinth Mis and daughter will arIl iu Hickmi tomorrow to vit jp r mo1 iier Mrs Ur Uattcv- 1Vorkhas inpesI l repfrontI thmodernitiknruColleget j IlItedI ay evening f oclock OcIi i Dora Smith County School fisuperintrn dent anti the fceuchcr off Hicknmn Irgrl at dinner Tuili slippertI I I 1 MBEWiS IDr W W Richmond then able P1Itucky State Medical 1 sooiatiou i I hOlJ1Snperintendenti Tennessee Educational lUisi at 1nltQU to dav and tomorrow It is proposed that tin descendants of Brigham Young hold a family reunionA s there are Illscti divceiidaut it iis presumed that the reunion will IM held JIthttiCknlancompelled 1 t I prntraddJUfetinJcruse ofrlisaplauirutnt gItarya wast expected d Those viitepe an iinmidiate rapture between Ipident Kooserlt and Senator Hani a htve ben dicajjI pointed lothoi them a1 tr od i iliatoso arly wit their razors A Norwegian lias invented a can projfilenext week we may extwct some Jertnaa inventor to come along with a pate breastplate that the twoton prujecu cannot pierce facttlatiiiMexicotoil milliontiflieix ConnlatrTroiatrade follows the flag thatinUforced t51iI empire it IK said that the shortage isI I I so great that tbe remnants of the lIrdIgrain has been eaten and no ug I crops have been sown I only two snrrivors have been fou I Iof all the I I Wltethere I WAS a doctor who was riding in the hilihorseI j The other was a prisoner confined iinnder ronnd dungeon Judge Lawrence B Anderson A JoranfortIIwill not be a candidate for the dcmo crack nomination for State senator i from the First district to succeed 1 J I Watson the incumbent He tIIi DII the should fjo to sosne I county man lIiekuIII e11r Charles 110100e Jr who Iha ton in the drug busing at Joneslioro tJisjs that he ia pros peri ujf Iu fart hf siduiItr quali llea ion iu business COinII 101iAnnattoj illcJcut thrv wvre only 8 dlltythrr9I I i tirotioni fij The resignation of the governor tpen rat1 of Australia because he could utget clung on a 50100 Kalnry would i ni indicate fXII fXij ii y oung commonwealth That is the salary of the President of the United Srat s and Le isnt kicking Ex It iis impossible to kick going at fnll nngs1MedCI Miss Willie Curliu entertained a peaidofnunbcrJ pie young gentlemen and ladies of nntilllug 12 joinfdtlHon the violin and by Mr Johuy I j and An bra Sanders as hishly ii by all Many j j Iod on the guest Come appreeiatII JlCetUruh thobomeit tluh sviet bulV Swau Burrus Sh f uvwl eisiht mouths He had been sid with n e ligitis whoa dente relieved I ttu all his sqtfericg and carried hin that home where death never coni feelIasl a home not habit wiUi heads dill with Jus litlie her that wcut not toui since We p not dear parent for hr vn ouly a ten bud transplanted frnn earth to bloom forever in Heaven Y To secure a husband a New York womr paid thirteen thousand the huiKirfJ dii Alan Tau money was hnsbandil i Ixukr for inducing tIll womans am hit ion to inarrrI her She plaid fifteen hundredl dollars aud then balked but broker sued aud obtained judge went for twelve thousand daMats addi tional Thi transaction opens up a new fitIdof activity to resourceful lobbysJe persuaders we will have the matrimo nial broker The Hartford Courant speaks in high terms of the speech of Senator Lodge of Massachusetts delivered test week toiMr Lodjje iis a man of distinguished and no doubt repr jeented his side of the Philippine controversy well but his speech was not a reply to the traducers of the AtneriiHii soldier What the Democratic ids of the thoroughinestiauunj tbe Philippine Islands To let the ort go unchallenged would be au injustice to the American soldier It iis claimed that the volcanic dis turbances at Martinique andJSt Vincent must be taken into consideration in connection with the construction of a canal between the Atlantic and Pacific ean The influence however will be only temporary Even these tcrritic disasters iu nature cannot stop a great beingblownearthquake will be taken though her haps not right away It was pretty well understood that Congress would do nothing ou lice canal iuiMtiou at the- sent session even before the sleep Mt Pelee waked np in a rage rC lhh + +jr T Ul IdtI ItI I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t 4i LII ofI Doors and Windows Shingles Ie f f Lime and Cement f Builders Hardware 1 t Pointer Oils etcY x t ESIICSTRSzCUR UFULL y FUhIISEihh ri F STU trJ ff 1 5 Hay Oats Oora Bran eo etc 4 it 9 + 1 c KLPfWSEIIiSONi11l i4fo tr T rMH4oj oj 44P CURL CREEK DISASTER ofThe appalling catastrophe whichr l11ionsi j 1 Creek East Tennessee is the most jfIe qU eSilAleCdtell lVe trait chi may prune to Ut the case At horIlennCtpI J Thedhappenlingsj thoEastofItulay tare to stand accuned iu lice calendar of faithful disorders Tim distressed are crying for aid and our duty iit to feive give hive 3IE11IMIIS JIllKMMi XKWS IAftr s firal vexatious delays and IIJIIhistlorningIits local news covers 1Lm his and special correspondents iuail the Mem phis territory and glove the news of this sec tl4tJ Its telegraphic service is mperb The M inpiiis Weekly News will ap k Ith ythtnfltrthe daily and weekly 1N EXCEPTIONAL lce line IIr Perfunien ioflet Waters Soap Tilenui Powdern Face Powders Err tn I found at Swaynes Drug 8 tori I DISASTROUS TOBACCO FIEI THOUSIMAYFIELD KY Specla1JTheJ ln about 1000 hogsheafls of tobac o burned today With a 1k s of over SHWOOO The building was own l by Griffith Li ou Allen Sharp of this city The building covered overeat acre of ground cuterllsof The loss was covered by about ono third insurance IMost of the tobacco belonged to tho trusts and to foreign firms and the loss on home people will not Geso great n1 was last years fire kr kr k kt 8 It- t aa c f- xr i V r tx x t ti 3 l e r x r f 1 9 The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publiiher DICK AN KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS I t Fire escapes were first made In Paris in 1761 A statue to Gavarnl the caricatur ist is to be erected soon In Paris 1 Andrew Carnegie says wealth does not bring happiness or satisfaction King Edward will distribute 40000 medal during the coronation exer cises There are 420000 pension claims pending before the pension depart went Japan now has 4021 miles of rail way of which the government owns 5059 miles Mulhall the great statistician devoted nearly thirty years to the preparation of his Dictionary of Sta tIstcsAn Australian government report testifies to the great progress made In the pacification of the Philippine islands The area of Martinique is 3S1 square miles its population prior to the vol canic eruption was less than two hun Bred thousand The old receiving ship Vermont will in a few days be burned in order to get the metal The Vermont was built in Boston in 1812 In December 1456 40000 people perished at Naples by an earthquake and in 1626 20 towns were destroyed and 70000 lives lost London Is to have at Hackney its first Yiddish theater Besides the plays tho managers intend to give grand opera in Yiddish- It is said that a full Investigation of the British army remount scandal will reveal the fact that the nation hiS been swindled out of 8000000 The largest sum ever spent in Im proving one street was 14300000 In the Rue de lUvoII Paris New Can bon street London cost 2950000 Word comes from the Great lake fisheries that never before were fish more abundant than this season the If big catches fairly straining the netsh In France fuel briquettes are mado from garbage The refuse from tho streets from markets and abattoirs Is minced and mixed with naphtha and tarIn 1703 at Medod Japan an earth quake killed 200000 people In 1731 on November 30 100000 peoplo were buried by an earthquake in Peking ChinaFor suddenness completeness and number of victims the destruction of St Pierre Martinique appears to sur pass nearly all disasters recorded by history Moscow has the largest hospital in Europe with 7000 beds There are- t6 physicians and 900 nurses and about 15000 patients are cared for annuallySix Maltese kittens have been adopted by a hen In Nicetown Pa The hen drove the mother cat away from the little ones and has since acted in the felines place A site for the St Louis Carnegie library has just been bought for 289 000 which sum was contributed by citizensI of St Louis who each sub scribed amounts of 25000 or less The recent earthquake In Guatemala is reported to have wrought ter rible damage The city of Ocos ads ruined and hardly any coffee planta tion escaped damage The loss of life Was large ExGovernor Merrills apple orchard In Kansas now contains over 64000 trees and is said to be the largest single apple orchard in the world Eight thousand trees have been set out this spring The Russian mercantile marine has 745 steamers and 2293 sailing vessels All the Latin poems written by the Pope have been collected and pub fished at Milan in a two pinny volume cf 112 pages At last years census there were 12234 actors in London an increase of f75 per cent over the figures for 1891 Of literary people In general there iwere 3466 an increase of 24 per cent 3n the last ten years Vaccination of plants Is the idea of a French botanist He proposes to raise suitable cultures of parasitic fungi and inoculate the plants in or der to make them proof against the attacks of those parasites The star Arcturus the hottest of Celestial bodies gives us as much heat AS a standard candle six miles away Thls fat was ascertained by the r radiometer an instrument which will chow the amount of heat given off from a mans face at 2000 feet dls tance The celebrated M Arton who was one of the central figures in the great Panama scandal and who it will be remembered was arrested In London and extradited at the request of the French government Is now a rich man Last year he made between 200000 and 250000 by speculating on the bourse Herr Kaufmann whose election as second burgomaster of Berlin the Jcaiserf declined to sanction on ac count it is supposed of his former political opinions has suddenly become mad Some people in Berlin arc ascribing his madness to disappoint iment in consequence of the kaisers fiction Stockholders in English railways are distracted by loss on freight traffic A large part of their bus mess is in packages such as are in ithe United States handled by express companies but the tariff is mud llgwer PRESIDENTELECT PALMA He Displayed Much Courage In Selecting His Cabinet Havana May 17 Presidentelect Palma is laboring night and day to conciliate tho warring political factions He has discfilyed much courage in the selection of his cabinet which was announced Friday evening as follows Diege Tamayo nationalist secretary of government a new portfolio Senor Tamayo will have charge of the rural guard sanitation the adminis tration of the post offices and signal serviceCarlos Zaldo republican autono- mist department of state and justice Senor Zaldo Is a wellknown business man He was at one time a supporter of Juan Gualberto Gomez the Black Revolutionist Emilio Terry independent department of agriculture Senor Terry is a wealthy sugar planter of high characterManuel Luciano Diaz nationalist department of public works Senor Diaz who had charge of the works at Matanzas during the American occu pation is an engineer of ability Eduardo Yero nationalist depart ment of instruction Senor Yero was superintendent of schools during the American occupation Garcia Montes republican a lawyer of standing Department of fi nanceSenor Palmas selections may leave some bitterness but the general com ment Is that tho cabinet is a good one and composed of able men of ex perience and standing THE KING OF SPAIN Alfonso Invested With a Number of Foreign Decorations Madrid May 17Klng Alfonso was invested with a number of foreign dec orations The ceremony which was of an imposing nature took place in the throne room of the palace The king was surrounded by a brilliant assemblage of high officers of state Among the orders bestowed upon him was that of the Garter which he received from the duke of Connaught as representative of King Edward the cordon bleu of the order of the Sera phim from Prince Eugene of Sweden representing King Oscar and the royal order of Siam from the crown prince of Siam the special envoy of the klnt of Slam The grand cordon of the order ot Carlos III has been conferred upon all tho envoys extraordinary to the coronation These include Dr J L M Curry the American envoy and insignia was sent to Mr Currys res idence The American envoy was given the place of honor at the ban quet The princess of the Austrias sat upon the kings right hand and Mr Curry sat next to the princess Inv mates of the palace declared that the queen mother has constant fits of cry ing for fear that she may break down during the trying ordeal- CONFESSION OF FAITH The Special Committee Makes Its Report to the Assembly New York May 17The report of the Presbyterian general assemblys special committee on revision of the confession of faith covers two divis ions the work assigned to the commit tee having been so outlined by the assembly In the first place the committee says it was to prepare a brief statement of the reformed faith to be submitted to the assembly for such disposition as may be judged to br wiseThe following Is the section In re Bard to those who die in infancy With reference to Chapter x Sec tion 3 of the Confession of Faith that it is not to be regarded as teach- Ing that any who die in infancy are lost We beleive that all dying in Infancy are included in the election of grace and are regenerated and saved by Christ through the Spirit who works when and where and how He pleases MILITARY ACADEMY The Appropriation Bill Was Reported to the Senate Washington May 17fhe military academy appropriation bill was ro ported to the senate by Mr Waren The aggregate appropriation remains 2627324 as fixed by the house but there were s me Important changes One of these ir creases the final limit of cost of the proposed new buuuingA from 5000000 as fixed by the nouso to 6000000 Another amendment provides for the payment of the traveling expenses of candidates for cadet ships while proceeding from their nones to West Point Another Native Secret Society Manila May liThe native constabulary have discovered another native secret society similar to the Kati punen Little importance is attributed to it and it is believed to be a schema to obtain money Dixon aid Ryan Spar Ottawa Ont May 17 George flax on and Billy Ryan were booked Sor a prize fight here The mayor instruct ed the chief of police to have them ar rested if It came off They gave a good sparring exhibition f 15 rounds fi was declared a draw0 Died After an Operation- St Louis May 1W S Lincoln bIer engineer of the Wabash road lied here Friday night from the effects it an operation Mr Lincoln had seen 15 years of continuous railroad s rdee LARD REFINERY FIRE InjuredFive The Loss of the Company Is Between 750000 and 900000 With All Chances In Favor of the Latter Figure Chicago May 17 During the progress of a fire which destroyed the lard theUnionInjured shorttimeestimated by its officers at between 7GO000 and 900000 with all the figureThereaccidentsbut bythewhich they were standing to obtain a better view of the fire The lard refinery had just been cOin ploted anffwas considered by Its own ers the most complete establishment of its kind in the United States It stood at the intersection of 43d street and Center avenue and was five stories high and 250 by 300 feet It was filled with new and costly machinery and during the day 2000 people worked within its walls The night shift num bered 700 and all of them were in the building when the fire broke out It Is thought that all escaped In safety although the time allowed some of them was exceedingly brief The fire originated with an explosion of three lard tanks on the fifth floor of the building The cause of the explosion is unknown but the three tanks which were filled with boiling lard went up with a roar ale most in the same second There was a score of workmen in the immediate vicinity of the tanks and a number ol them were burned by the scalding lard but none was seriously burned It was not a minute after the explo sion before the entire fifth floor was a mass of flames All the workmen in the building made a frantic rush for safety and while all reached the open air with out trouble some of those on the fifth floor lost their hats and coats De deIthe entire building mid within an hour after the commencement of the fire all of the walls with the exception of that on the south were llying on the ground The fire was one of the most spec tacular that has been seen in Chicago in recent years and the display at tracted an enormous crowd of people who crowded all the narrow streets in the stock yards and swarm ed by thousands upon the viaducts which pass through the yards at a height of 20 feet from the ground That portion of 44th street viaduct close to the burning building was densely packed and suddenly about 200 feet of a hogrunway extending from the viaduct north to the plant ot Armour Co gave way precipitating fully 1000 persons to the ground The firemen instantly abandoned their work on the building and devoted their energies to saving the people All were taken from the wreckage within a few minutes and placed in an improvised hospital in the plant of the GermanAmerican Provision Co which itself was badly damaged by fire the early part of the week A call was hastily sent for the police ambulance but the one stationed near est to the fire was able to respond only after a great delay caused by the run ning away of the horses of the ambu lance just as they were about to be hitched A team was Impressed from a passing wagon but it was 30 minutes after the call before the ambulance arrived at the scene of the accident PRINCE HENRYS VISIT Emperors Gift to the United States to Commemorate It Berlin May liThe kaiser has of fered President Rcosevelt for the people of the United States a statue in bronze of Frederick the Great as a token of the development of German American regard In his message written in English he refers to Prince Henrys cordial reception and says he desires to com memorate his visit by the present Roosevelt reply in German states that he will bring the matter to the Islcertaingreatest pleasure to receive from your hands a statue of the famous ruler and soldier one of the greatest men of all times Business Failures New York May 17 Business fail ures for the weep number 190as weeklast211 In 189S For Canada failures for the week number 22 against 22 last week First Secretary of Legation Washington May 17Jacob Sleeper of Massachusetts who was secretary of atBogotaselected for appointment as first sec retary of legation at Havana He was recommended by Senator Lodge LeprosyWashington cases of leprosy have been located on the plains of Guam according to a mats SecretaryofBeaton Schroeder tile naval governor i1Wi NEW KING OF SPAIN An Anarchist Plot Against Alforuc Discovered Madrid May 19Klng Alfonso at tained his majority Saturday and became king in fact as well as in name having reached the agel6prescrlb ed by the constitution He took the oath of office in the throne room An anarchist plot against King Alfonso has been discovered and six arrests including that of Gabriel Lopez an employe of an Insurance corn pany have been made Dynamite cartridges were found on the prem lees where Lopez was arrested Lopez says he received a package 01 cartridges from another anarchist with instructions to throw them at the moment of the passage of the ray al carriage in Saturdays procession The discovery of the plot against the king Is confirmed by the newspapers here It Is now said that nine dynamite cartridges were seized Further arrests have been made and the prisoners include six medical stu dents a printer a carpenter and a masonThe captured cartridges are being analyzed by military authorities Manila May 19The coronation ot King Alfonso was celebrated with much ceremony Saturday by the Span ish residents of Manna and Acting Civil Gov Wright represented the American government at the principal functionMadrid May 19 According to the newspapers here the police have had an Inkling of an anarchist plot against the king since last March and In April they discovered an anarchist meeting place in a fashionable quarter of mad rid Three Amlalusian anarchists are rived here May 2 and were arrested shortly after their arrival RIOT AT ATLANTA GA Eight People Were Killed and Six Wounded By Bullets Atlanta Ga May 19An effort by officers of the law to arrest Negro out laws who had barricaded themselves In a store resulted in tho most fatal riot In the history of the city Eight men were killed including three po licemen a white citizen and four Negroes Six people black and white were wounded The most exciting scenes prevailed at the place of the disturbance and all available policemen with military called out by the governor had all they could do to keep down a general riot Au entire block of buildings was burned before the conflict was terminated CUBAN CUSTOM RECEIPTS The Collections Under the American fF Regime Closed Havana May 19A collection of receipts under the American regime closed Saturday night Full reports are not in from all parts of the Island but the Indications now are that Gov Gen Wood will leave In the treasury about 400000 This Is less than the amount it was estimated a few days ago would be turned over to the new government the shortage being due to the rush in the payment of warrants last week THREE CHILDREN DROWNED Electric Storm and Cloudburst Near Spring Valley Minn Spring Valley Minn May 19An electric storm accompanied by a cloud burst passed over Etna and Forest vine two small villages nine miles southeast of this city Several large barns and other buildings were com pletely demolished Herman Wil bright wife and three children who were returning home in a buggy were thrown into a river and the three chil dren were drowned STOCK STABLE BURNED One Hundred and Two Standard Bred Horfps Killed Milwaukee Wis May 19One hun dred and two standard bred horses were killed early Sunday morning by the burning of the Andrew Uchleln stock farm near Racine Mr Uohleln who is a Milwaukee brewer raised fine breeds of horses on his country place The fire was caused by light ning Valuable Pictures Stolen Paris May 19The Chateau des VIves the property pf Mr and Mrs Humbert Interested In the great Hum bertCrawford lawsuit was entered by burglars They broke the seals ot the sheriff which hall been affixed to the property and stole pictures ot great value Wishes New Government Success Havana May 19The Dlario de la Marina a Spanish paper commenting upon the cabinet selected by PresiI dentelect Palma declares it Is a reputable body of men and wishes the new government success The Unit ed States criIper Brooklyn arrived here Sunday Shot and Killed His Mother Custerville Cal May 19John McCarthy aged 22 years shot and killed his mother and then gave himself into custody He fired four pistol balls into her brain at close range His story is that the shooting was In self defense Tom Farleys Illness St Augustine Fla May 19Tom Farley formerly u Chicago baseball manager who was stricken iast week with neurosis of the heart was near death Saturday night but has been revived and wjU recover Ladle Can Rear Shoe One lize smaller after using Allens Foot packageFREQi IIU First Shad PaHisWillieThis sliversini DnjTakeAtdrugbristsEven man is valued In this world as he shows by his conduct he wishes to be val ued Bruvere RESULTS Where skeletons asked visitor at medical legeCan keep secret queried medicalstudent Sure thing the D andcontinued in whisper We raised Daily News Fits Permanently Cured days Nerve Restorer trial H Arch Philadelphia Fear pretenderTuwn Topics Mrs Mamie Herbert Elmwood Ave Buffalo N Y Treasurer Empire State Fortnightly Buffalo N Y After Eight Years Suffering Cured by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound DEAR MRS PIKKHAM Inflammation and ulceration of the uterus laid low and robbed of its joys for For eight years I was frequent pain and misery and then Lydia Piiikhams Vegetable Compound came greatest boon I have for it brought new life and health I used several bottles Compound and your Sanative Wash My improvement was slow from the first bottle I felt that I was better and I kept up courage and continued the treatment None of friends ever dreamed that I would be well again but I have enjoyed life its fullest extent three ItMRS MAMIE HERBERT 5000 FORFEIT TIlE ABOVE LETTER NOT GENUINE When women troubled with irregular suppressed or painful menstruation weakness Icucorrliyi displacement ulceration the backachebloatingtration are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleeplessness melancholy gone and want tobcleftalone feelings blues and hopelessness they remember there one tried and true remedy E IiulclianTs Vegetable Compound once removes such troubles JtefiiiG buy any ether medicine for you need best Mrs Pinkham all sick women write her advice She guided thousands health Address Lynn Mass n LONG ISLANDTHE THE ENTIRE STATE A Summer ResortCOOLED BY SEA BREEZES 250 Miles on the Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound A TERRITORY fXEOCAI3D FOR BATHING SAILING DRIVING FISHING GOLFING TC Telegraph Telephone and Express Service between New York and every Section of Island Firstclass Train Service Modern Equipment and Dustles Roadbed For information stamps to cover postage Long Island lllut tratcdlDescrlptlon Summer Boardloz 04 THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY OFFICE LONG CITY N Y HOWARD M SMITH H B FULLERTON Passenger Agent ipecial Agent Dept n 1Z71NCI1STRrrSMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS by best shots in the country because they so accurate uniform and reliable the worlds championships and records have won and made Winchester shells Shoot them and youll shoot well USED BY THE BEST SHOTS SOLD EVERYWHERE u AYE MONEY S Buy your goods at Wholesale Prices IOOOrsce cafaiosue be rcccitt cf 15 cents This not postage but It Is sufficient to show us are acting in good faih Ikttir send for It now Yotr neighbors trade us why niiu 7 CHICAGO The house that tells truth EXPERT 8HOOTKK8 KILL AT NEARLY EVERY SHOT HAZARD HMOKI LHs or HAZAKIt 11 WAilDETWJEiD SHOT LOOSE TAIEH WADDING CANNOT 1KO DUCK GOOD CUN POWDER I OLD SORES CURED nenotteert Salturea tale Bt Cleri rrtlu tt Idls JImI1- lk Ill tits le Sail 6Y r1- r 1114 r i dt defU rt aauterbIey t61rUs sad MX J P ALLEN St 4ullllnu CURfcS NhiX ALL fAtlS- Bwt consn Syrup Tarns In time by droseltu IPTION Probably Tr1tlu did these corns from the the col you a the replied visitori Then Ill said the embryo M loud them Chicago No after first of Dr Klines Great Free t1i0 bottle Dr R Kline Ltd 931 St Pa not the scorn of ignorance the slurs of 56 r me life me in E to me the known to me of but so my now to for years IF are or of or all should Lydia at to the invites to for has to the lull rend 008 Homes Hotels louse ISLAND General iancnger are used the are All been by Our will sent upon amount floes even pay the that you with not you the WHO CSE LACK FOR t Clrtn terlea rken UrnDIAl ELSE Good CM Sold all tell you a fits use nor IS is l L Douglas Shod or madtut lite tit tuiparti and American leathers onQIandfaUonat red rlrE eIeerirlMltri I S ql ct Increase chafes 1898 I 748706 Palm 1001 5667201 Pairs Jfaiinnt More Than Itoubltd in I reaI WlDOUGLAS If3 SHOES3 EtUbllibtd 1JJO FOR more than a quarter reputatlon comturtjJlndother makes They are worn by more men in all stations of life than another make because they are the only Shoes that In andS6Ostandard of the world LDoujwmore mens C3W and S3O shoes than any other two manufacturers A trial will convince you they are tho best in the world W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOES CANNOT BE EXCELLED AmericanCIties saItR6DtuuRoe tv mail u teals extra IlliutrUtd Catalogue trte W L DOUGLAS Brockton Maw r 0 A4Itlll v R I t c n r r k i l w L I 3 A 1Y b 6 a 1rr f t 1 a i a t t t t I Y t i c I kv 1 d i MOUNTSOUFRIERE1- 1o One Has Been Able to Ap proach the Crater Inhalation of Noxious Vapors Is In creasing the Spread of Sickness Relief is on the Way to the Sufferers London May 19The St Thomas cablingunder i cano of Soufrlere St Vincent says Is nowII j j quiet but that the Martinique volcano j Is still active The correspondent basbroken j Kingston Island of St PeleeII V 1 Tuesda Ttr in personhasI j eight miles of the new crater of the Souffriere volcano But judging from considerabledistance i of the mountain has disappeared TheII numerous fissures in the mountain continue to throw out vapor and the I subterranean murmurings and tremIi blings indicate continued unrest Dur Ing the afternoon of Monday a dense I I volume of steam and smoke rose from j jI the volcano and the whole island was covered by a peculiar mist The in halation of noxous vapors here Is in creasing the spread of sickness An ambulance corps from the island of Barbadoes has arrived here Star vation threatens the poorer classes of the afflicted district Nearly ever remaining Negro hut In the Cari country contains decayed bodies and the horrible stench is driving peopl away Mutilated bodies are tied wit ropes and dragged to the trenches where they are burled Some times bodies are cremated The local government is feeding and sheltering about 3000 refugees Subscriptions for the relief of the sufferers are being raised In all the British West Indies Fort De France Island of Martin ique May 14 Business here is sus pended The people of the city have assembled in the churches and the I cathedral where special services are being hold for the St Pierre dead has i been thronged sinco daylight The United States government tug Potomng left here Tuesday night for the island of St Vincent where con ditions are reported to be worse La Souffriere on St Vincent was in full1 eruption May 10 A stream of stone and mud half a mile wide was then issuing from the volcano Stones two inches in diameter fell 12 miles away i At Kingston the capital of the island the ashes were two inches deep Seven hundred dead were reported Sunday May 11 It is estimated that the total number of deaths on St Vincent Caches 2000 Most of the seven es atos on the island have been burned ato ashes and It is authentically reported that two earthquakes occurred there It is believed the submarine cables in St Vincent have been bro ken by the disturbances The present volcanic eruption on St Vincent Is the first since 1812 The northern section of the island Is depopulated Provisions are needed here imm dlately for 100000 people A shiploa- bt lime is also needed at St Ptarr- for sanitary purposes The stenc there from the dead bodies is over powering Mont Pelee was still erupt ing smoke and fire at a late hour Monday night In addition to specie already seatr ed Jewels to the value of 1000000 francs were rescued from the bank of St Pierre Monday- MARTINIQUE AND ST VINCENT f Sufficient Supplies For a Month Have Been Forwarded Washington May lIt is stated at the war department that the supplies and stores shipped to Martin ique and St Vincent on the cruise- Dixie from New York and on tho col Her Sterling from San Juan undoubtedly will be sufficient to meet the u gent needs of the suffering people for fully a month to come The present efforts qf the government is a desire to supplement food supplies contributed by the people so as to make them immediately available Secretary Root has authorized the officers of the commissary department at New York to purchase any addition al supplies that may be necessary to supplement those contributed by prii vate persons for shipment to the scene of the disaster Consequently private donations Of flour will be supplemented by a proper supply of yeast by the government with codfish and other food supplies which require other articles to make them available for food The government has already expended a little over 100000 of the availa ble appropriation of 200000 and as much of the balance as necessary wiH be utilized The administration an ticipated the action of congress in pro viding for the immediate relief of the situation with the result that the Sterling sailed from San Juan within five tj hours after the appropriation became j i available and the Dixie sailed from New York with additional supplies iin- exactly 29 hours after tho president signed the act making the appropria tion These two vessels carry more than 3G days rations for 50000 people 1 together with a proportionate of cloth- Ing tentage etc AppealWashington I appeallto A THRILLING STORY The Terrible Experience of a Ships Crew at Martinique NortonUneSunday cla where she called fur bunker coal on May 10ICaptCanteH eseapedCroma Martinique three days before The state of the ship was enough to show i that those on board must have undergone an awful experience The Rod damwas finebluish1like appearance In some parts it laid ttwo matItert thing it struck that was burnable and when it fell on the men on board1 burned off limbs and large pieces ot iflesh 1 portions e decks were cleared of the debris Tho rigging ropes tarpaulins sails awn lings etc wore charred or burned and most of the upper stanchions an spars had been swept overboard or de jstroyed by firo SKyllghts wer smashed and cabins were filled with volcanic dust The steno of ruin was deplorable VOLCANO AREA SPREADING Sulphur Pits on Jamaica BeginningI to Smoke and Boilw desb patches received Tuesday from wide Indeedieterhj bances is spreading rapidly It Is now a thousand miles in circumference and dozens of Islands are threatened On the British island of Jamaica 400 miles away sulphur pits in the moun twins have begun to smoke and boll and the air has grown intensely hot Tho natives are reported to be greatly j terrified I PEOPLE PANICSTRICKEN Great Flashes of Bright Light From Mont Pelee Fort De France Island of Martin ique May 17Great flashes of very bright light were emitted from Mont Peleo between 10 and 11 Thursday night They were visible from here Thick glowing ml clouds Interspersed with flashes of light fIs- sued from the volcano Friday morn ing Showers of cinders lasting for i 20 minutes accompanied the activity The people in the districts pf Lorrain 2 Marlgot Salnte Marie and La Trlnite are panicstricken GUATEMALA EARTHQUAKE Up to April 29 1100 Bodies Had Been Taken Out of the Ruins San Francisco May ISThe steam er Guatemala brings additional details of the earthquake in Central America last month The Guatemala left the port of that name April 29 Up to i that time 1100 bodies had been taken Quezaltenangodi peoplhi iI thero are fears of a famine in con sequence Many of the wealthy plant ers have lost their entire fortune fir The First Installmen- tSt Paul Minn May 15 Theodora Schuermeler and Kenneth Clark ap pointed by PresnIl nt Roosevelt to re ceive donations far the relief of West Indian sufferers Wednesday wired 500 to Washington as a first install ment President J M Hill of the Great Northern railway poracaally sent 500 to Washington Thanks For Assistance Generar1 Bruwaert of France whose headquar ters are here speaking at a club din eftr zens were present thanked the citit zens of New York and the United States for the help given to his coun tr men in the West Indies since the Martinique disaster Canadas Subscription Paris May 1GThe Canadian commissioner here Mr Faber called on the minister of the colonies M De crais and announced that the ment of Canada had subscribed 25 000 to the Martinique relief fund which amount was held at the dispo sition of M Decrals King Edwards Donation London May ISKing Edward has donated c400 to the Mansion house fund for the relief of sufferers by the volcano on the Island of St Subscriptions have been opened in all parts of England for tho relief of the volcano sufferers French Gratitude Jult9 Cambon the French ambassador has transmitted to Secretary Hay a long telegram from his government express- Ing the gratitude of France for the energetic efforts of this country to relieve the suffering at Martinique In Memory of the St Pierre Dead Paris May 19At tho cl e of high mass in all tho RomanCatholc churches of Paris Sunday morning ntifuneral psalms were chanted andIl prayers for the dead were said In memory of those who perished In the Mar tinique disaster WRECKED BY TORNADO any People Killed and Injured at Goliad Tex A Severe Hail Storm Drove the People Into Their Houses Where They Were Caught Like Rats In a Trap Houston Tex May 20The latest reports from Goliad state that 95 per sons were killed and 102 injured in the tornado which passed over tint city Sunday afternoon The property lloss In the city and surroundtnt coun ttry will probably reach 200000 The storm swept the city from end to end and demolished 150 stores and reef dences many of which can not be re pairedThere is only one telegraph wire working into Goliad and owing To the crush of official business it is im possible to obtain a list of the deed and injured rho tornado which wag preceded taeeddonly a few minutes The hailstorm housese inta trap and the deathdealing wind came upon them witli terrific force leveling everything In its path The tornado swept an area 250 yards wide for a distance of a mile and a half Houses collapsed as if built of card board covering the dead and Injured ith debris which necessarily makes the work of rescue slow People flocked to the town from all ot the surrounding country Many of them had relatives in the city The work of rescue has been carried on all day and the funeral of several of the victims took place Monday afternoon The supply of coffins has been replen- Ished from other towns and a large force of laborers are still at work digging graves for the many of the unfortunate victims The citizens have perfected an organization and everything is conducted in an orderly manner the work of caring for the dead and injured now being on a basisdThe storm wrought severe havoc to the surrounding country but no lives are reported lost Coy Savers Mon day issued an appeal to the mayors of all cities of 3000 population and eve in the state of Texas asking them tlkwind food to Golfed and raise funds for the sufferers San Antonio Tex May tDAt 124Ii oclock Sunday afternoon a terrible wind and rain storm swept over Sa Antonio damaging property not les than 50000 and It may reach 75 000 The wind reached a velocity ot 72 miles an hour and continued at that rate for nearly 20 minutes Ii blew from the southeast and the shifted to the southwest the greatest alooltbtaingrpm ithelatterwpointMM At Ft Sam Houston government property was damaged to the extent of 20000 the doors being torn off the officers quarters and barracks The West End church was completely destroyed loss 5000 Hartwells hotel was damaged 3000 The St Louis college was damaged 46000 Academy of the Lady of the Sacred Heart damaged 2000 Damages to 4040eSeveral persons were injured but there were no fatalities The storm was a continuation of the one that swept over Goliad with such terrible results HEAVY SNOW FALL Most of the Passes From the Alps Int Italy Blocked Geneva May GThere have been heavy snow rails In the Alps and iin some valleys and ripening corn is snow covered Most of the passes into Italy are blocked with the snow and the rivers threaten to overflow thei banks Railroad traffic and tele graphic communication have been in terrupted and in some places the fo mer has been almost entirely suspend ed Landslides have occurred in man places in the mountains and have been warned of the dangers o mountain climbing Killed the Whole Family St Augustine Fla May 20Wilh liam Austin a young farmhand shot and killed five persons and then com milted suicide in a lonely farmhouse near Hastings The murderer and sui innfatuation for the 13yearold girl andI on Saturday proposed marriage only to be rejected and ordered to stay away from the place Lieut R C Day Dead Vineta I T May 20Word was received here of the death from con sumption of Lieut R C Day at San thte campaign captain of Troop L rough riders was promoted by PresII dent Roosevelt for gallantry at San Juan Hill He was treasurer of Xeuva Eclja province when he died The family live at Colorado Springs Favorable Report Authorized Washington May 20The commit tee on claims of the house Monday authorized a favorable report on the senate bill to reimburse surviving members of the life saving corps who were damaged by the Galveston Tex flood AntiBeef Paraders Stopped New York May 20 Fiery speeches and small riots against east side kosher shops were resumed Monday Police blocked attempts at paraders and drove women pickets from before butcher shops I EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH A plot Against the Monarchs Life Was Frustrated London QrrespondertofChronicle reportsof a plot agaluotthe life JosephTherecently going on a night train from Vienna to BudapestIn the final inspection of the imperial train In railroad beforenbombfoundIncompartment It was evidently calculated that this bomb should maJestlnrestlgaitonofto the dismissal of several greatesthadbeentho corre spondent and the emperor forbade thenewspapers Vienna to mention the matter UXORCIDE AND SUICIDE A Domestic Tragedy Enacted at Wa verly Tenn Justicea ended his own life wUi the same re volver at their home near here Mon day Mrs Justice was a daughter of the late A M Waddell a wellknown citizen of Louisville Ky When she married Justice about three years ago she was the widow of John G Lucas and Justice was the manager of tIe Lucas farm Recently Mrs Justice brought suit for divorce alleging among other things cruel treatment and drunkenness Since the suit was filed Justice had been excluded from the home Monday ho secreted him self in a chicken house knowing his wifes habit of going there to feed chickens When she appeared the tragedy occurred there being no witnesses SEVERE SNOW STORM From Ten to Foprteen Inches Fell Near Evanston Wyo Evanston Wyo May 2OThe snow storm which struck this vicinity Sat urday night has continued without abatement It Is estimated that ten to fourteen inches of wet snow hits isrmelted in the valleys Sheep and llambs are reported to be dying by thousands and a prominent sheep man estimates the loss in Uintah county alone will reach two hundrel thous an1AOnsMO The storm at some times has reached the proportions of a blizzard and sheep on the ranges have become uncontrollable i CONGRESSnf ij o Session May Last 60 Days From the First of June Washington May 20 Senator Tel ler of Colorado said to Senator Platt of Connecticut Monday that the des slon of congress would be likely tr continuo CO days from the first of June Senator Teller says that he estl mates that 30 days will be occupied in discussing the canal hilt and the same amount of time on the Cuban rec iprocity bill when it is taken up PEACE NEGOTIATIONS It Is Believed a Favorable Outcome Will Be Announced Soon Excbanogc Telegraph Co is authority for the statement that Lord Milner the Brit ism high commissioner in South Africa has referred some doubtful points concerning the poacc negotiations ini South Africa to the home government end that the belief is general that a negotiationrb will be announced in a few days AprilrWashington May 20The monthly report of the collections of Internal1 revenue shows that for the month of sApril 1902 the total collections were 21037699 a decrease as comnorad with April 1901 of 5003 80l For the ten months of the current fiscal1 year the receipts aggregated 226206 979 a decrease from last years period Of 27805509 Union Veterans Union Washington May 20Gen A C Hawley assistant adjutant general of the Union Veterans Union Announce that that organization would convene in Washington for Its annual reunion and encampment in October simulta neously with the Grand Army of th Republic Rr Adm Crowniashield- ashington May 20Tho navy department received n cablegram an nouncing that Rr Adm Crownlnshield abandoned his flagship the Illinois hoistedIas of the European station Countess of Rochambenu New York May 20The Countess de Roqha1 m was visited by a del egatlon from the Daughters of the American Revolution vrh6 presented to her a bunch of American Beauty theiGen Funston ll Denver CoL May OGen Fred erick Funston is confined to his bed bran attack of remittent malarial fever HiSremperare rosejtoJg3 tuts t a subsequently dropped to 101 His 111 j ness snot regarded as serious i DISASTER IN A MINE B thetweenBy an Expiusior Only One Man IIs41ive and He Is So Badly Injured That He Can Not Live Rescuing Parties at Work Coal Creek Tenn May 20The worst disaster in the history of Tennessee ruining occurred at 730 oclock Monday morning when between 175 and 225 man and boys met instant loath at the Fraterville coal mine ated two miles west of this town as a result of a gas explosion Out of the large number of men and lays who went to work Monday morn ing developments at 10 oclock show that only one Is alive and he Is so bad lIy injured that he can not live This man was William Morgan an aged Englishman who was a road man iin the mine and was blown out of tho entrance by the force of the explo sloe One hundred and seventy minors were checked in for work Monday morning by the mine boss In adds tion to these there were boys who acted as helpers and drivers and road men and others to the number of per haps 50 Fraterville mine is the oldest mine In the Coal Creek district having been opened In 1S70 It is fully three miles from the mines opening to the point where the men were at work The hats not been at work long before the terrible explosion occurred There was a fearful roar and then flames shot from the entrance and tho air shafts News of the disaster spread like wildfire but as soon as order could be brought out of chaos two rescuing parties were started In one at the main entrance tho other through Thistle mine which adjoins and In which no men were at work The Thistle party was unable to make any headway as the gas stifled the workers The Fraterville party went fully two miles under the earth until a heavy fall of state was encountered At this barrier men worked like d mons hoping against hope that those beyond might be sate The scenes at the mouth of the mine while the workers were within yond description Business had suspended in Coal Creek and all its mines as soon HS the news of the dis aster became circulated and men worn en and children gathered around tho Fraterville entrance Women wnvse husbands and sons were within were wild with grief All day long the rescuers toiled at the slate obstruction and not nutil 5 oclock did they force an entrance through it Up to that hour only fly e dead bodies had been recovered ardj hope was still high that many within were sale The hopes of the living were doomed however for when oiifo the rescuers could enter and proceedl ed they walked along one continuous tomb of death There was not a aljn i of life Every man had perished the y believed although It will be early in the morning before all the rooms run be entered Eight dead oodles were first reed Bred and these were sent to Coal1 Creek Twentysix were soon fours They were not disfigured beyond Iden tification and each corpse as it was borne from the mouth of the gigantic tomb was surrounded by eager crowds of relatives of tho men who wore on tombed The mine was not on fire ex rcpt in remote portions and all bodies will perhaps be reached before day lightThe Fraterville mine is owned by the Coal Creek Coal Co of which Maj E C Camp is president He was in Cincinnati and is now hurrying to the some of the disaster In 1901 after iin apet1pg Fratervllte mine State Com missioner of Labor R A Shiflett reported that the Ventilation was not up to requirements that the furnace was inadequate to ventilate the mine and that tile airways wore choked iin places WITH MILITARY HONORS Boles of American and British Consuls Found and Will Be Buried rFt De France May 26The bodies of Thomas T Prentiss American consul and James Japp British cons ulbill have been identified and will brought here for shipment Both ho ies are bruised by the fall of lava and stones almost beyond recognition A party from here has gone to St Pierre on the British cruiser Inde coffleny for the purpose of recovering the holes d of the family of Thomas T Pren tics the late United States consul at that place who was kHTeii in the dis aster The interment of the remains will take place lure and will he con ducted with military honors The In defatigable brought 120 tons of supi PUSS There was another eruption from Mont Pelee Monday A Negro Lost England Ark May 24A young Negro named 7mJordaa who had at timnted to outrage the 9yearold daughter of James Cox white was taken from a constable by a mob Sat urday night and ha has not been hearJ of sln Qrft d All Previoue Records Broken New York May 20A party of four New Yorkers made an automobile trip between New York and Philadelphia J9Al1Jlfl lJlurJlours attd eight ml n ij utes Saturday afternoon breaUns aUII previous records I1 FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington May HSenateAnadditional appropriation of 300000 was made by the senate Tuesday fore stricken people of the French West Indies in accordance with the recommendation of the president that 1300000 be appropriated The agricul rural appropriation was passed House The naval appropriation illl which provides for two new battleships two armored cruisers and two gunboats and carries a total of f77650000 was taken up in the house Representative Foss 111 chairman topeningheagainst the overconfident heifer that our navy is invincible He declared that our victories at Manila and San tiago were due to the fact that wo andostrengthfurtests Mr Rixey Va also spoke for ghentotion of warships The conference re- portj on the omnibus claims report bill was rejected on the grounds that claims not considered by either branch of congress has been inserted iin the bill by the conferees and tho measure was returned to conference Washington May HSenateDur iing the greater part of the senate session Wednesday the fortifications ap propriation bill was under considera tion Mr Proctor Vt offered an amendment providing that no part of the appropriation mado should be used for procuring disappearing gun carriages The amendment precipi itated a debate which continued forItwo hours and had not been concluded when the measure was laid aside for jtho day For some time the senate had under consideration the bill pro unionyrailway station In Washington appropriationbillhouse throughout the day Mr Day iton W Va speaking on the need of i strengthening our naval battle line while Messrs W W Kitchen N C Fitzgerald N Y Metcalf Cal and Maynard Va strongly advocated the building of warships in government navy yards The debate took a wide range at times Mr Rhea Va speak ing in criticism of the administration Philippines policy and Mr Elliott S C presented the advantages of tho proposed Appalachian forest reserves Washington May 16SenateAn extended speech by Mr McLaurin pendingePhilippine government bill was a feature of Thursdays session of the sen ate The Mississippi senator vigor oitsiy assailed the administrations pol deprecatedbeetslands whether they were committed by the FiHpinios or by the Americans The bill providing for tho erection ot- a union railway station in Washington and the fortifications appropriation bill were passed House The house was plunged into an exciting debate on Philippine af fairs Thus far the subject of al leged atrocities in the islands has en gaged the attention of the senate alone and only occasional echoes have been heard In the house But Thursday the reports of cruelty and outrages were rehearsed in tho house with vehemence and bitterness The naval bill was the order of the day but It rc celved scant attention after the alle gallons of Philippine outrages were presented General debate on the na vat bill closed at 4 oclock and when the house adjourned the measure was being read for amendment Washington May 17SenateAn blessvin the senate to induce the minority tndbut Mr Dubois Ida speaking for the democratic side did not desire to specify a date for the vote Assttr aces were given that the minority was not seeking for delay but wished simply that discussion should bo ex hausted before the vote was taken House The house had another lively day of debate Philippine atroc ities and the Schley case coming in for considerable attention after the mote exciting themes of debate came Up Washington May 20SenateOnly- a brief time was devoted by the senate Monday to consideration of the Philippine government bill Mr Dol liver la supported the bill which he said was one of the most important pieces of constructive legislation pre sented since the civil war He In slated that the Philippine insurrection as a military proposition was a thing of the past and declared that in no cir cumstances would the United States relinquish the Philippines HouseBefore adjournment Monday the house passed the naval appropriation bill The feature of the debate was on the amendment offered by Mr Roberts Mass providing that three of the ships provided for In the a battleship cruiser and a gun beboat shall be built in government pointdMr Sherman sustained but on an ap peal by Mr Roberts the chair was overruled and the amendment was agreed to Under a suspension of the rules the bill for eight hour work on all government contracts was passed also a bill authorizing the construction of a national sanitarium for disabled soldiers at Hot Springs S D Ore Killed and Eight Injured PIttsburg Pa May 20One man is reported dead and eight injured as n result of the explosion of a tank of gasoline Monday at 908 WInnebago street south side Killed By Lightning Oklahoma City OUIa May 16 Nearly five Incites of rain fell in the vicinity of Chandler In three hours flooding the Deep Fork and its tribu taries drowning stock and destroying crops and fences J A McLain of Chandler was killed by lightning Brooklyn Goes to Havana New York May 16Tho United States cruiser Brooklyn sailed for Ha vana where she will fire the first sa fQrciaUyIbolstedover return she will bring Gov Wood Vt S rL rR rEl s f i 1i 1ii 1 IiIt Ii i j 4- ii 4 f S tlor f 5ti T1 I I a i 1 1 l r l t YW r i i C LOCK BREVARD DEAD Mi A li Brovard sou of the late William Brovard died at his mother horns in Hiekman Weduwlav morii ing at 5 oclock and was buried yesterday at 10 a m Rev Archer Boucher conducting the funeral services The aged grief stricken mother and only brother have tM duepest sympathy of I this whole conimoniy in this Kid t bereavemant May the Master sofleu J thesiflUction andstrengthen than to btvtr fheburdflii of Horrovr that w upon thlilj ADMIT THE TERRITORIES The lljttll made to tile niliuiiwiou of the to rnuries of New Mexico mid Arizoniur u4 raleuletOl to convince Huylio 1 ly except th n i Unit admit a I direct i liti 4lI motive It in generally Conceded that belli rat ic andl that isi thenIboa why till rr ublicitn so long rinsed to admit The popdlitinu is larger than that of some txHlinji states when they were nduiitti di Arizona has aboit 45000 and New Mexico about 55000 voters Arizoii lha I more M nlation than either of the taLeKof WromiiiR or Ne vada tins New Mexico harm more uU than Idaho or Delaware A nnmbor r1 sLUe 4 have been admitted with inueh less population Utronls A Hront Secret It is often uskcd how such startlin cures that puzzle the beat physictaus are effected by Dr lungs JJw Discovery fur Cousuinption Heres the secret It fnts out the phlegm and K6riniitfefled mucus and lets the life giving oxygen eurich and vitalize the blood It beak the inttauted cough worn throat and rungs Hard colds and DrKinstsfallible roniody for alt Throat and ruu diseases CTUurnnteed bottle 60c 100 Trial bottles freR at Jowgiil A CowgllllI COERCION IN CUBA S CASE i Arowe to assume that the attitode of the ndiniiiistration toward the sugar I planters of Cuba is maintained in r tlIhope of forcing the island to apply fur i plainiblot j bio hostility shown tne country for which wo protcut fl hold so much Kn i path and good wishes in truth the jI people of the United States would lane lit quite as much as those of Cuba iif ho stxgvr were lit into this country i t free of alt duly Buffalo Tiwca I TILE HEST IS THE CIIKAIKSTI Not how ohrmp but how Rood is the question Tho TWICEAWREK RBPUBL1C is not us choap as it it ossible to sell aIfirst chtss iiev paper It printo all the nows that is worth printing If yon read it all the yoat round you are posted on all the important and inter estfng attains of tho world It is the bestand innnt reliabl1 newspaper thu t money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing tmite j i of the uevt pniper that is designeti1 thjraUlilI I Subscription prico 1 n year Any I newsdoulor newspaper or i will rocoiyo your OSttuAAtforII tray mail It direct to1HE ltI tJltLIC St Louie Mo I G AFTER THE PHYSICIANS I Martisonville Ky May 1UEery iuldietedJury 0TheU8I to tile a registry of all the births and deaths occurring under their profes sional administration and it appears that the doctors were either iignorant of the existance of the law or consid Fred it a matter ot such small concern as to neglect itA s a result of this oversight or whatever it may be HopkinsCountyolfeuse A MAN NOT AN AUTOMATON Murray Ledger John IK Uflndrick will be the next governor of Kentucky The democrats ot this state need a real man in the governors chair and not an automa ton A Nearly rnlnl Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J LlOrnor Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Buckleus Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Eruptions gills drug storo O K Garlislo County News It scows to Ud that Johu K Hendrick iis the fellow West Kentucky wants fc r governor XolLoss of Time 1 have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemedy for years and would rather be out of colT o and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther antI they are at work again this tuorniugII II Phelps Plimotb Oklahoma As wilt be soon by the keelwith1 inlIdaysof this Remedy in your home For sale by Cowgill Uowgill XOIIGE1 Is hereby given to all persons lndebte- to the firm of M U Shaws Sons ti conic forward at once and make sans factory arrangements in regard to then accounts M B SHAW f WR WEBSTER I IFINE WHISKIES I WItySS BRIO 33 ASfJ GINt A SPECIALTY OF JUr TUADKI 1 GIVEl YOll 7 TilE litE Til VALUE FOR THE IXEYIi III I I L TENIfESSEEII H IC KlVI firN fIICK LANI KENTUCKY 00Ki 1 l l I Surplus1 and Undivided Profits 20000 j i I l TernII lj I solioitedIij I i iThoi Fluids and Securities of this 0 Blink nrc protected by the I 1 1 Ci1 i i BUIgJarsii 0I UIIP TYlr1Bll Proffidpnt W C JO II SON Oa liter ii + A lIOhCOMBK Vice 1PrO hlpJlt P AMB1BRO ashIer I j LBDFOBD RANDLS MeatsIHardware Queensware and Feed Stuff fSy 6yYe carry everything usually found in a firslcla s Grocery nndjivp A I IllinM1 will be annred to please our customers I j jCSrOail for HIuo Trailing Stumps vllli every lOc Cash l rchaseTKi f 1i I I j After collection of 800 yeIt are entitlcni to a nandaomo presents 9 jI j i i 1 tphotip 6 Goods Proinplyl5elivcr ti1L- j ldI I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSII J tal1t 1 s M TOM 4JI4I11ISr Prop r S 5 i ncceor to K f Rm gr 4rd1 i Marble and Granite Monuments t i i f O TJ K 33 I DCS G ri STONE WORK of all Kinds e wxif 1 IRON FENCING St 2 iokman Eon I I III IN THE CORNER I I I I Is within the reaoh of all it advantage I pricltsTheni ellil itsheliklihoodforStyleeverychoiceI yoifll Prices be delighted with the rfttsouablo n r OAK ROCKERSSSC y I IOAK COBLLER SEAT ROCKERS FROM 650tI I u t STEPHENS SMITH I HICKMANr KENTUCKY rifif a asateat a fir LTh1IJUTL rvi TL liZ c DR S 1KDAVIDSONI r Denc stHIOEMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Oowgill Unit Morn 0a E EAKER3 Geaeral Grocer Ppwell Block Clinton 8t Ly1 1 h ive HnMI Irten 19 1011l Fresh Qoo l soil ehoieP luraaiaH 100450 MINERS STRIKE The tie up in the anuri ite udl district of Pennsylvania iitJlupltk Alx it MVOOW urea have olxvni the strike order and not cue uf the 17 col flurries in the trriUrty i in iMTution The mine operator are preparing for it siegei believing that the miners ron voutioo will deride o continue th etrikeIor Those Who hive on Fnnus Dr Bergiii PIma ills writes I have used Mallards Snow Lmiioont always re oinnii nd it U my friends afo 1 uni confident there is no better made It iis u dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to 1many accidental cuts burn nun bruises which heal rapidly when Hal lards Snow Liniment M applied It should always be kept in the home for eases of emergency 5cJk and SI 00 nt L P W S Elli ons WHO IS HE Rnnjsey troflon of Hickmau is iin the Paducah hoRpiUl in a dangerous condition from a sore on him right side The doctor say it way made by iodine which he pat there to make sores to arouse aynivathy when he appeared iin the role of beggar Maytteld Mirror Holds Up A Congressman At the end of the campaign writes ChampCMark ilisHooris brilliant con retisnian from overwork ucrvons tension hiss of sltepand constant utterlyellapseritl ody were out of order but three hot ties of Blectric bitters made me a right Its the llJESt all roand medicine over sold over a druggists counter Over worked rundown oleo and weak sickly women pain splendid health vitality from Electric Bitters Try the Only f0c Guarniitped by Cowgill Cow iJl FIGHTING THE SALOON John Royal Harris of the anti saloon league has teen in Memphis Among other things he mid Memphis h more saioous than any other place i Tenntssee of 1 700 government litAl1 insued to liquor dealers in the state b the collector of internal revenue over OliO are ISHIKHI to Shelby county Out of 5500 towns and cities in TennesKee kpJWhiskythe connties of Tennessee Our three agltattionlegLolation key is going out of Tennessee The sentiment U ngninst it It has been driven from the majority of the coon try towns and is concentrating in the cities THE POINT OF VIEW Chicago Tribune It chanced one day that the multi millionaire who never gave away any oft his wealth met the multimillionaire who had given away fortunes Why do you do it asked the former Partly that I mav earn the respect of my fellow men answered the latter and partly that I may earn the gratitude of posterity Eluh grunted the other Pos teritys gratitude cant do you any good and your fellowmen think yourt u blamed tool I STIAUIS VRION STATION CAIRO M RIOIM4- S MONTGOMERY i i JAMSONVILUII TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION OITV I North Bound No 2 Leaves dully 11 23 a tn No 4 Leaves t l1153 a in No 12 Leaves teetl Jttyi mired 1i0 n in South Bound No 1 Loaves daily 106 p in No 3 Loaves 817 u ui No 1 Loaves wk dny mxd SCO n in- C S CLARKE Geiwrs Maaagrr ST LOris C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL Op llaxr nit AMlGenllaMrAcraCX- ODILE ST tons Jas W Rone- yATTORNEYATLAW lIlcl nun Ivy Located at the Court House n Closing Out Sale1 hate tlidtfli to 1ou1 my nrhv stock of Dry Goods Notions Shops mid Slip persT Tints and IytllltSTrpl11i11S and I Travelin1 BagsI at and below lL RN COST Ill I niean what I aytI it willIi1t to your interest to III1 1 at onriaiil sfiire jrood liargains 1 hnvr a lot of falko that will go at a1 12c por yd worth Fie Another lot goes at 112 worth Co A iiiu lot of Aprniuinghnm ab 5c worth i 1 12 A liuo lot of th newest shades in OOD5ewin lirI 1 t I known before 7c Lawn to go at 5 r 12 SiclTcUtI Big SACThl J 30c go at 1 Hic A fine line of Irish Diinitv worth 2oc going at 15c Mercvri d Mousselino worth 4c will be sold at 25ci i ci1 L JI naCoII for l7ttl oUe Skirts wprth 22o sell at 150 05eIl t 1 Will sell Mans Hats rr1II hale to 200 which will be below cOtit l Indiesi nut Misss Shoes and Slippers from 5Qc to 150 worth 100 to 250 1iict1 A sir lot of lLndics Shirt Waists will he sold at 50c on the dollar yardmI e1tfind 1001 pr r pair I I I LDBa SIMMONSI CORNERuTI I I IIJOliN RINGWOOD 1Y- f General QzrooeriosDs- istiebiaks stand East Hickoia- Ktcps all kinds of Groierif andl Family Supplies BUTTER EGGS CHICK KNS A SPECLI LTY ioods Delivered Fre TIlfphIIr o I rI C A RUT HER I l SJ 1 tl BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES ANO- CONFECTIONERIES j I I stftmpiII i CLINTON STREEI mOiaiAX KKMnCKY 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CROWELV I A SaSr r 1 J i r i 1 Y i 4t t C Q f cKats tirtrr fi tittrEadrEC PitrEF l- aII STATE NEWS PICK=UPS Q ia I p THE APPELLATE COURT Saturday An Adjournment Was Taken Until the June Session Covington Ky May 17After handing down sevoral decisions Satur day morning the United States circuit court of appeals adjourned until the June session which will begin on the 3d The court Friday heard argu ments In the interstate commerce case of the Central Stock Yards Co of Lou isville against the L N Railroad Co The stock yards company claims that goods which were destined to iti yards near Louisville would be deity ered to the Bourbon Stock Yards instead and that the Central CoIl be compelled to have them hauled from there to its own placo It ap pears that about 12 years ago the N entered into a contract with thei Bourbon company to the effect that Iit the latter put up and maintained big stock yards the latter would be used by the railroad company as its only depot for cattle Judge Evans in the court below denied any relief and the appeal was taken by the CentralI company to the higher court THE STOCK CORNER CASE A Verdict in Favor of the Plaintiff For 81000 the Amount Asked Louisville Ky May 19A jury iIn the United States district court brought in a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for 81000 the whole amount asked for in the suit of C I Hudson Co brokers of New York against Geo T Wood Co brokers of Lou- Isville I The case grew out of the cor ner in Northern Pacific slock on May 9 1901 at which time Hudson Co bought in for Wood Co 100 shares of Northern Pacific at 600 and 100 shares at 500 Wood Co contend ed that they had no authorized tile iin stockquestion Scarcity of Tobacco Plants Petersburg Ky May 16 Tobacco gAwers of Boone Galiatin and Cari TaU counties held a meeting at Bur- lIngton i in regard to the amount of tobacco that will be set the coming season According to the best Information not more than onehalf of the growers in these three counties have plants enough to set their own crops This they say will cause about ono halt of the usual crop to be pitched The Mixers and Servers Louisville Ky May 16Thurs days session of the Hotel and Rosa I 11 eieoAmerica Philadelphia was salected over Denver as the place of the next meeting of the organization and R A Callahan of Boston was chosen pres- Ident former President Joseph Mi chaels of Syracuse declining to be a candidate for reelection Secured a Controlling Interest Lexington Ky May 16Tho Asso elated Railways and Light Cos of America headquarters at Baltimore purchased the controlling interests in the Lexington Gas Co by securing 25000 shares of stock from the Jeffrey heirs The company already owned the street railway and electric lighting systemsi here The gas plant will be enlargedI and improvements instituted Babes Body in a Vault Covington Ky May 17A great deal of excitement was caused m Greenwood a subdivision of Lock land Friday night by the finding ot the body of a welldeveloped male Infant in the closet of the Maple stro school Officers Whitehead and Ste art are working on two or three clowstor as to the mother of the child and who throw it where it was found Martinique Relief Committee Louisville Ky May 16The Le lucky Martinique relief committee which Thomas W Bullltt is chairma- will make a thorough canvas of ti state to obtain funds for the strick citizens of the West Indies Circu lays will be sent out and personal a peals will be made for subscriptions to every class of people in the state James Howards Appeal Frankfort Ky May 16On motion of the attorneys for Jim the court of appeals Thursday set the case of Howard vs the commonwealth down for oral argument on June 3 The case will be heard and submitted on that day Owes 15000 and Has No Assets 16HenryRichards ed C a petition In bankruptcy Ho was forII 15210721toI i I New York Louisville SL Louis and cisewherr He has no assets J Will Sink Several Wells Barbourvllle Ky May 19Jamesfi ft M Glenn of Cincinnati has purchased SO acres of land on Richland creek from James Etter The Buckeye Development I Co of Cincinnati has purchased I 400 acres of the Carnes lease j on Stinking creek and will sink several veils j Boys Frightful Duel Paducah Ky May 19Cleo Cher ry aged 12 and Duncan Simmons 11 fought at Dukedom Graves county and the Simmons boy disemboweledl VjCherry The child wUI rife HOREMAN FATALLY HURT j Alfred Patterson Walked From a Fifth Story Window Lexington Ky May 16Alfred Patterson aged 30 unmarried of Har rodsburg manager of Col Jack Chinns thoroughbred Interests and brother of Harry Patterson a weUknown turf man walked from a fifth story win dow of the Leland hotel here late Thursday night and fell to the pays ment He was taken to a hospital with a number of bones shattered and his Injuries are pronounced fatal He was afflicted with somnambulism He came here Thursday on business J HE HAD REVERSES NailhI In His Head Louisville Ky May 19George Shlrely of 65 Boggs avenue Pittsburg Pa who was locked up Friday night because he rushed into the Central Police station crying Theyre trying to lynch me attempted Sunday to drive an eightpenny nail into his head in an effort to commit suicide I at the county jail He was overpower ed by jail officials Shlrely says he has a wife in Pfttsburg and that ho once stood high in insurance circles there but had reverses MARTINIQUE SUFFERERS A Large Sum Raised For Them at Lexington Ky Lexington Ky May 16At a largo meeting Thursday night in the opera house addresses were made by ex Congressman W C P Brecklnridge Hon C J Bronston and others and a large sum was raised for the Mar Unique sufferers A committee was charged with increasing the fund by subscription The money will be tele graphed to New York Saturday night Will Meet in Covington Next Year Wheeling W Va May 17The an anal mooring of the United Commercial Travelers of West Virginia Vir glnla and Kentucky opened here Fri day with 600 in attendance Covina ton Ky got the 1903 convention by a large majority J C Hunt of Lox ington Ky was elected grand chan cellor George F Brown of Maysvillo Ky grand secretary Thomas T Cu na of Covington Ky grand treasurer J T Morgan of Louisville Ky grand conductor Pasteurized Company Failed mcky iustennzing Co has for a sec ond time quit business The company was organized here by Cincinnati cap italists and about six weeks ago wont to the wall An association of local dairymen took up the concern and J D Clark was appointed manager They failed however to put the en terprise on a paying basis and closed the doors Verdict of Not Guilty Madisonville Ky May 19The jury returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of Alonzo Burden white charged with the murder of a Negro named Brown at Earlington last Christmas Brown shot Burdens dog after Burden had warned him not to do so and thinking his dog had boon killed Burden shot the Negro kill ing him instantly Died in New Mexico ML Sterling Ky May GC A Harris son of Dr C W Harris of this city formerly one of the editors of durfntwg died at Raton N M His father will arrive here with the body Saturday Shot Himself in Church 17Forresnt Evans aged 12 years took a pistol fwith DurnhhetriggerenThe pistol was discharged and th LockjapLargest Thoroughbred Colt Lexington Ky May 17The noted broodmare Knicknack by Imp Maca owndcity just foaled a bay colt by the 25000 Halma which is the largest thoroughbred colt dropped in Kentucky this year stand- Ing 43 H inches high- Inspecting Yearlings Lexington Ky May 19J W Schorr and M N McFarland of Mem phis and Senator J S OBrien ot1 Michigan spent Sunday at Versailles Lexington and Paris looking over the yearlings by Esher and other sires which were bought by Schorr a few weeks ago Was 99 Years Old Lexington Ky May 17The funer al of Mrs Katherine Reordon aged 99 was held at SL Pauls on Friday Ing She was born in Ireland an came to this country 55 years ago Her husband was Dennis Reordon who died eight years ago Fine Showing of dand Gas Brldgfcville Ky May NThe North Fork and Shannon Crook Oil Qp hac struck a fine showing of oil and gas In Its first well now being drilled or the Galbraith farm on the North Fork of Licking river near this dace THE VITAL ISSUE IS TRUSTISM Public iledItReef Monopoly Senatorelect Gorman of Maryland stands with the majority of the Amer heeftrustofthei uingof thestillEvery American familricl1 and alike has horn tofacei l I illustrating thetrustthattheI constitutingI suddenlytakeabsolute lontrolofi murkettoi tIll vpaishasunwarranted point In thousands of instances this advance has caused suffering ande RepublicEreuI pelled to deprive themselves of incut OQin because of these high prices a lesson 10ieaJIandrightlagainst the monopoly combines i The developments following investi gation of the beef trusts methtiof business constitute the most formida ble indictment of tits trust evil IqtJ show that the cattlemen who ells i ITHEIMPORTUNATE CREDITOR tilt beef trust the retail butchers and meat dealers are utterly one and all at the mercy of the beef trust Cattle men can sell only to the beef trust coinpeitkm blinK absolutely detroyeuV Retail butchers and meat dealers can buy only front the netf trust eompe tttion being absolutely destroyed The consuming public ran buy only from the retail butcher and meat dealers mndelnetrust There is no appeal from the prices set by the beef trust owing t4I its unbroken monopoly1 in the buying and xeflinrrd meats This teaching of the inevitable oper ation of the t rut idea conveyed to the American people by the action of n combine controlling the most impor I deeply hold in this country is aroused to pro tect against the r 1taeitot the beef trusL Public sentiment is awakened RII never before to the necessity of theepresswoprwhelmingil1diltment truth of the situation is a campaign document of incalculable value as tend ing to bring correction of the trust evil The democratic party is the po litical organization to which the people turn for aggressive action against the trusts Theplainest confronting oftheictorywhichoppress monopolytrusts The democratic party will go on conquering and to conquer The truth Philippines cannot be dodged The responsibility cannot be shirked nor the reckoning averted likethethe butitsttorktortruthandrightmust prosecuted1lbanyIrgus If the thatrnitedarecompelled to submit to all sorts of brutality beingiIHrmlt1 i return against enemies of the govern= ment the army will be hopelessly deJl moralized and recrui ofwarS JournalRep17 THE EFFRONTERY OF LODGE Virtual Contention of Atrocities of Anierlwtu Soldier In tlie Philippine Senator Lodges defense of the atrocities perpetrated in the Philip pine islands is notable indeed for its evasive hypocrisy The atrocities themselves he dnres not defend but he abuses the people who have ex posed them and insisted on their repression says the Indianapolis Sen tinel With calm effrontery Mr Lodge said It is a source of bitter regret to me thAt any American ofticer or enlisted man should have tortured ary Filipino or that any or der was Issued that on tu face seemed re vetting But there must be some reason or these alleged cruelties Here is an admission of the fact of torture and of revolting orders He regrets them So does every Ameri can He says there was reason for them Every American knows that Ve went out to fight n people not fully civilized and who have for years been engaged in a bitter and cruel warfare They know no other kind We knew what to expect of them wetare under the obligation of civiliza tion to abjure barbarism especially andfreport continues gongoI of Ane aryfounda warm defense of the secretary f war ftMwrtlng that In the long list of dlstln ithed men who had occupld thitI ollice Publicspiritedretaty Root Yet it is but a few weeks since Sec retary Hoot denied absolutely that there hud been any cruelties and publicly rebuked Gen Miles for stat ing in an olllcial communication that the war had been conducted with marked severity But for the efforts of the men whom Senator Lodge abuses to get at the facts all knowledge of them would have been suppressed except what came from unofficial sources The report fur ther gives Senator Lodges state menu juatlcedoneweties and torture perished We do not ap prove of injustice and atrocities commit cd upon prisoners or upon helpless men And orders have gone out tram the white house and the war department te prevent such atrocities That is all anybody wants and all anybody has asked yet to read the senators conclusions one would im agine that somebody had been ask ing for the punishment of perfectly innocent men who hind committed no offense whatever Senator Lodge in reality confesses nil that has been charged and it mo be addedall that has been proven and no more POINTED PARAGRAPHS Senator Ilnunn who once received a lot of things as a member of the kitchen cabinet of time white house will be satisfied now if he can get a bone Uathbone X Y World When the republican politician Is driven into an attitude of defense you can safely depend on his taking refuge behind the soldier If there is anything the republican party does pride itself on it is the possession of all the patriotism of the countrydianapolis Xews Ind There is good reason to believe that the evil of trustism is to bring its own cure in thenear future The beef trust Is doing more to crush the monopoly combines of which it is a typical example than any other in fluence Public sentiment has reached a point oT hostility to the trusts thatII makes extremely doubtful a long continuance in power of the political andSI now protects the trustsSt Louis He public f t RELIABLE R B BREVARD liHas 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 OUARANTLD AS ItHPRE8RNTHD ROOFING A SPECIALTY grllp KMAN rMlI1l 1 HICI IAN KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General 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routes This saving in distance makes a corresponding saying in time PUML1ti CarstCanboth5 Write tad tell us where you ue r tolnj sad when you wttt leave and k we win tell you the exact cost of t a ticket and send you a complete 1 schrdule for the trip We will riseI tend you as Interesting little book A Trip to Texas N1DtHl T P1 t ko Ill WbBUUtE a P ttdTi Stlsib Rr Cash Book Store 1 Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BEREKDES t Co l A IOLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUOKY plIVEWE A TRIAL when loa wantf repairingnaioI ali6 keep a full lino of Undertake rs Good Common Rosewood and Solid Duel MIlttidreaioaable prieeGln ale a call JlIL Shop near the Jail CITY BARBER SHOP heretotryIDet barbers R U CAXDWZLL WILL CaOrrfLL i i t IT ITateiarps T ft i t i I I i i 1 1I 1l 1r l I I r 1i I i I k SOULS MOYING DAY Ie Man Goeth to His Long Home and the Spirit Returneth to God Sermon by the HlKlivrn y and llyivnr Preacher in Which Forcible Ler auua Are I novu from Com moii Experience Copyright 1M2 by A 5f Kellogg Newspa per Co Chicago May IS TextIan goeth to his long home and the spirit shall return unto God Who grave It Parts of Ecclesiastes 125 7 Mayhasmoving time especially so in many of the larger cities of the country and an event which so immediately affects EO many lives ought not to pass with out its spiritual lessons being pointed out Scarcely does the man or woman or child exist who has not at some pe riod in his or her life known what it was to move from one home to another from one state to another from one country to another The medium through which we reach and understand the unseen and spiritual is tht t everydaylifeal Law in the Spiritual World opens the mind to thethought of the way in which Gods spiritual forces operate and human experiences Mare their re semblances in the spiritual realm and bring their message to the human heart in endeavor to point to God Moving day has inseparably asso ciated with it certain relative fact which are immediately connected with it in our thoughts such as leaving the old home the new home the furnishing of the new home new neigh bors and friends the new landlord etc Reverently and prayerfully we ap proach the suggested thought in our text and shall seek to point out to the soul the wonderful truth of God as re vealed in His Word We shall endeavor to avoid unwarranted speculation as to unseen things and draw parallels between the spiritual life and human experiences only where Gods Word gives us authority so to do The Souls Moving Day Our text at one introduces us to the certainty of this experience in every human life Xo argument is needed to enforce this point Man knoweth that his life enduth but for a season and like the grass of the field he soon passeth away and yet oftentimes he puts off the thought of the souls moving day for a more convenient season which but for the patience and grace of God would never come if it ever does come and goes on living during time as though he had an eternity nt his com mand Two beautiful thoughts flash out of our text to which we wish to refer at once that the infinite love and care of God may overshadow our souls as we ProceedTheito ril lIO nn rsttirneth1 1TeFpresence of death and give the brighter side to a dark picture The dearest experiences in life are associated with the thoughts of home The tenderest chords of the human heart vibrate at the sound of the word home so that even the man who never knew a home could sing Home Sweet Home To the soul willing to hear Gods voice He always speaks of Home as the blessed dwelling place of the re deemed and death isi robbed of its sting as we triumph in Christ Jesus over it Hut tihe soul given up to its own devices that will not hear the voice of God He speaks in thunder tones of the judgment seat and eternal darkness and death The soul may deaden its piritual ear to the sound nnd only hear the alluring music of the mer maids of vrorldly pleasure anti ambii finn which lead onto the rocks of de struction but when man goeth to his longI cannot say home goeth to his long eternity he will not be able toI shut out the sound thereof and lieI will understand then what God now in His love and mercy is yearning to have him realize The other beautiful thought in our text is that of the soul returning to the God Who gave it How natural that it should do so How unnatural that man by his own wilful selfseek ing should turn it in any other direc tion The carrier pigeon taken to a distant point when given its liberty re turneth straight as an arrow to the point from whence it came How nat ural how beautiful How sadly pa thetic when deflected from its course the pigeon perishes by the wayside and lifting its ruffled body and power less wings from the ground we realize that it was not intended thus to be but its destiny lay at the point from which it hind been taken The pigeon may not have been responsibly for per ishing by the wayside but the spirit given by God which findeth not its way back to iBm perisheth even while God is pleading with it to turn its will and purpose towards Him The soul has a capacity for God anti can only find perfect satisfaction in Him In recogni tion otth souls right relationship to God our text speaks of the soul as re turning to the God Who gave The soul belongs to God By priority right of ownership then it is but natural and reasonable to think of the soul as find Ing its eternal abiding place in the presence of its Author The soul if it goeth the way God would have ithall return to the God Who gave it Leaving the Old Home Moving day has come and the old home is to be left behind While there are pangs of regret atleaving itsfamiliar shelter still the fascination of the new home to which we are going with its largernc coznmodatiooB and better surrounding make us forget the old in the hap pf thoughts of the new Jt is no bard ihip to leave the old If we know that rt tie other end of the line a new and lulltT boat fttvaite our occupation Two important facts confront us in connection with this leaving of the old home First we have taken due thought of moving day and planned accordingly and secondly we have en gaged another home to which to go when the old is left behind The man who did not give due lid to these two mutters we would jute guilty of the greatest fully Yet how exactly similar is the position of the soul which recognizes the certainty of moving day and nevertheless gives no thought to moving day nor to the making sure of another home What fully How suicidal as we hear some one say 111 take my chances To such the author of the book from which our text is taken says Rejoice 0 young man in thy youth and let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth and walk in the ways of thine heart and in the sight of thine eyes but know thou that for all these things God will bring thee into judgment The rich fool has his followers in the world today and they are carelessly and heedlessly plunging forward to that fatal night when their souls shall be required of them and all unprepared they will be ushered into the presence of their Maker The words of our Lord plead with every soul Seek first the King dom of God and Ills righteousness that is first make your preparations for the moving dayof the soul secure your lease signed with the precioui blood of Jesus Christ for a mansion in Heaven and then you are ready to live in this world and all these things will be added to you which are now tak ing first place in your life and heart Never were truer words spoken than that one is not prepared to live until he is prepared to die In what a minor strain of disappointing failure and solemn measured tread the preacher in Ecclesiastes ushers in the death scene in the twelfth chapter Life has been experienced in all its varying phases as tile soul has en deavored to find enjoyment and satis faction in the things under the sun and not in God Everything is tried and the cryeach time as the utter emptiness of this worlds seeking is realized is Vanity of vanities all is vanity In the presence of death man realizes his utter weakness and fin potency As the friends and loved ones gather around the bier of the dear de soulIas a home while in this world has gone into eternity and is face to face with its realities how the conversation loves to linger over the preparedness of that soul to meet its God and find an entrance into Heaven How v c recall words and deeds to reassure our hearts We love to think of the loved one as in Heaven The New Homo Our text calls it Mans lung home that is his endur ing or perpetual home Hunyans Christian whom we have all followed in his pilgrimage with such intense interest and blessed comfort was ever jplmsa IuglownrL4 thft hoauinthtCU1tingu1 lirla+ laaPl places5 n life through whlcn he pnsse3 were but temporary havens of rest and refreshment The reality of the eter nal home could not be obscured by the glitter of gold the pleasures of the worldnorthesophistry and arguments of his friends for he endured as see ing Him who is invisible Abraham was but a sojourner in this world for he looked for a city which hath foundations whose builder and maker is God and for such God path prepared a city Into that city finally returned the Lord Jesus Himself after the plan of salvation had loon wrought out by His vicarious death and amidst the welcoming ohprus of the cherubim and jsernphim and the legions of angels and the hosts of the redeemed He set about fulfilling His promise left as a beacon light in the world that In His Fathers House where were many man sions He went to prepare a place for those who accepted Him as their Saviour The Furnishing of the New Home Did you ever catch the full signifi cance of Christs comforting words just quoted The mansions He re fers to as being already in Gods Heaven He says I go to prepare a place for you As I watched a heavilyloaded moving van pass the other day I noted that it was laden with furniture old and new but all of it with marks of service in the old home from which it had been taken The old furniture was to be used in fitting out the new home Ah how differently has God planned for you and me Jesus Christ who is watching us day by day is pre paring our mansions with just the things we need most and like best As beautifully expressed in a poem en titled My Hume by Rev Frances E Townsley uJIe knows what things I love the best What tokens of His grace I long to share He knows my weakness and my need of rest And how to answer each unspoken prayer His Home and mine I can afford to watt And waiting smile for One who needs me sore Is fitting up my Mansion At Its gate He watts to open Unto me the door He wooed me with Loves pleading yearning breath He asked for me In dark Gethiemae lie trod for me the sspulcher atdeath And lives to claim my love eternally And without me Ills Joy incomplete One place Is empty until I ban come And when I fall before Lila blesNd tEH- Hell lift me to His Heart In my own Homej No need to take the old things of this world with us for God has something transcendently better in store for us there A littlefarther along I saw a small single wagon laden with all the woi tiJIy posses sions of some workman v The furni ture was poor and common and not much of it The wagon turned oil into a bystreet to find the new home in JL poorer section of the citywhile the Jieavilyloailed ian with itt pro y fusion of useful and ornament furniture drove into the avenue Here was contrast How striking Yet God blessed be Isis mercy and love is providing alike for all who accept ills Christ I turned to the roughlydressed artisan sitting at- m side in the car and remarked pleasantly Going homeYes but I have or better home to go to some day The reply so unexpect ed struck me forciblyand as 1 thought of the two loads of furni ture which had just gone by I thought How wonderful Here is a brother in an entirely different walk of life with humble home in a poorer section of the city than that to which I was going and yet lie was looking forward to a mansion in the skies the same as I and the same Saviour was lovingly and carefully fitting out his home even as he was mine We shook hands at parting drawn together by a wonderful tie the blood of Christ We both said We will meet again Yes thank God Perhaps never again in this world but in the next world surely for we were both trusting in the same Saviour and the same promises Perhaps God gave me on that even ing ride homeward just an earthly glimpse of one who is to be my neighbor in Heaven New Neighbors and Friends Mr Moody tells of once being very closely I questioned by a woman who was a member of a church but whose Christianity was of a very doubtful quality as to whether her servant girl who claimed to he a Christian would occupy the same portion of Heaven as herself She was not just sure that she wanted to go there if social distinctions were to be done away with in Christ Jesus Have you in any degree the thought and spirit of this shallow = hearted pigmysouled woman How about the thief on the cross whom Jesus took into Paradise with Him on the dayof His crucifixion How about the sinful woman and the man of Gadara out of whom Christ cast a legion of devils How about the multitudes of publicans and sin ners who followed Jesus and drank of the same water of life as the Samaritan woman at Jacobs well They are all there Thousands have 7ollowed since then from every walk of life from every nation anti clime All are dressed iin the saute robes of spotless white nnd all are singing the same song of praise to their Redeemer New neighbors and friends in the new home location Dont you wnnt to meet them 1 I do And do you know dear friend we will not have any time to talk party or dress or polities or gossip or church bazars or anything else but our theme will be of the One who has purchased with His own precious blood our mansions in the skies And now may I reverently speak of the souls new Landlord if one rJTIw M t itlxr iT I ha Mt mnojifcg thtt trtllC e IErterrestrial nnu ceiestiai mingy IHV new landlord is always a source of serious concern to the tenant Will he be fair in his dealings Will hu supply the reasonable demands of the tenant Will he be kindly eon siderate and agreeable in Iris rehi t ions to his new tenant We hsk these questions with the thought of God as our Landlord to set you to thinking The world so little under stands what n God we have ana how wonderfully He has provided for everyone Is He fair in His deal ings Listen Ho everyone that thirsteth come ye to the waters and he that hath no money carne ye buyand eat yea come buy wine and milk without money and without price He that comcth unto Me I will in no wise cast out Where is the earthly landlord that would dare make such an offer Will He supply our reasonable demands Listen If ye then being evil know how to give good gifts unto your children how much more shall your Father Which is in Heaven give good things to them that ask Him Will He be kind Listen Like as a father pitieth his chil dren so the Lord pitieth them that fear Him Come unto Me all ye that are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest Oh friend if you doubt the love and care of God take your Bible and trace their golden threads running through from Genesis to Revelation I recall one moving season several years ago when in my neighborhood through some mistake and misunderstanding a house hud been rent ed to two parties and the second one to arrive found no home in which to place his goods which were piled high upon tha wagons waiting at the door of the already occupied house No House Ready What distress and trouble it Calls d the homeless family But how in finitely worse must be the state of that soul which arriving at the gates of Heaven finds no mansion ready and hears the depart from Me I never knew your The family which found no home ready for it was able to correct the mistake and find a home later Not- so tide soul which puts off its prep r ations until after God has giveni His last call to repentance and salva tion and the soul has been ushered into the presence of the ledge Nc longer the voice of pleading Turn ye turn ye from your evil ways for why will ye die But the stern sentence of banishment irto outer darkness Which do you chose Knowing that the moving d myof the soul is certain whywill you delay longer the securing of a llease fcr eternity from Jews Christ for a ntn home sfq Heaven This is the ques tien which God asks of your heart Tolay if ye will hrtr His voicej harden not your hearts C DOMESTIC ABILITYII Time Cltl from Bin Had a tnlqaeSpecially In the Line of 1looreNorlr- An aristocratic East womanfailurestrieddearI fwmtKnUbr of girls hadcome here to seek eallyfeIadtsI strong intelligent capable and gln DulutbtWith high hope the housekeeper hied herto the otice where onexhibitmn totareroutdnotaIdofcnversationtopCan you cook noCanyou wash and ironO n houseIan thatFor goodness rtalike utonlShed kberdoWithrtplycameHE LOOKED DIFFERENT The Barber Hod Shaved Illui Hefore But fulled to ItrcoKiitxx HU- Ileulrd Face thefollowingneighboringtheater Thebarberi lieter easierforo pass more quickly if the customer can be interested in this or that topic for the few necessary minutes He tried the actor on the weather the beef trust the asphalt scandal and the new filtration plant without sue- eeis Then just to keep things going he askedYou beforesirOh inhereoflastwasStrange yourfacebarberWell his victim my face has healed up since then Second Kliiift Fourth Chapter Tenth Verne If you read this verse you will find the ba ourTmcklftitledTheFourTrackNews theUnited1 I t lanielIubhfsher wYorkit A ecu 11 it t Ml iur- GladysSo i Pertly has been tracing hack his ancestry I Ethel ies and found his fir aif3torwV a garbage contractor I thought he seemed in the dunpn about something Judge I a Jl do not believe Pisos Cure for Coniuup llisn has an equal for coughs andcolds John F Beyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 15 1900 4 Every man has a right to hit own opinion but comparatively few of them have say tiling more than the right Puck 3 betterrto nltir t nfffirilir i THE MARKETS Cincinnati May 19 CATTLECommon 4 00 5 50 SteersChoice 6 25 6 50 CALVESExtra 6 25 7 25 HOGS Ch packers 7 15 Q 7 25 Mixed packers 0 85 g 7 10 SHEEPExtra l 5 00 LAMBS Spring 4 50 7 00 FLOURSpring pat 3 90 S 4 15 WHEATNo 2 red fp 84 i CORNNo 2 mixed g fi- GOATSNo 2 mixed 0 4- 6RYENo2 fIi J HAY Ch timothy 14 w PORKClear 19 25 LARD Steam 10 871 BUTTER Ch dairy 16 Choice creamery C1 24 APPLES Fancy 4 10 5 00 POTATOESOld 25 2 75 New 3 50 8 400 TOBACCO Now 2 95 10 75 Old 7 90 tf15 75 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 90 0 4 00 WHEATNo2 red 81 S2s No3 spring 79V 8- 1CORNNo2 mixed Cl 614 OATSNo2 mixed 43 43 RyENo2 CO 0 60 PORK Mess 17 30 17 35 LARD Steam 10 40 10 42i s New York FLOURWin patent 3 85 4 05 WHEATNo2 red S93 t 6GjiOATSNo2RYE Western Gt Vi PORK Mess 18 00 1S 50 LARDSteam 10 75 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 81YK 83 Southern SO 5 84 CORNNo 2 mixed fG GGy3 OATSNo2 mixed 48 8 48- CATTLEButchers t G 25 6 7- 5HOSWestern 7 30 7 40 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red S4 CORNNo2 mixed 6- 9OATSNo2 mixed 45 PORK Mess 17 00 LARDSteam C 10 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red Slt s CORNNo2 mixed 64- 1OATSNo2 mixed 44pB 441 4 HEADAGHEBAGKACHEDIZZINESS PERUNA CURES PELVIC CATARRH 1III41 I am perfectly well says Mrs Martin of Brooklyn Peruna cured me Mrs Anna Martin 47 Hoyt street Brooklyn X Y writes Peruns dId so much for me that I feel It my duty to recommend It to others who may be similarly afflicted About a yearago my health was com pletely broken down had backache dizziness and Irregularities and life seemed dark indeed We had used Peruna In our home as a tonic and for I colds and catarrh and I decided to try It for my trouble In less than three months I became regular my pains had entirely disappeared and lamnow perfectly wellJUrs Anna MartintMiss Marie Johnson 11 Columbia East Detroit Mich is Worthy Vice Templar in Hope Lodge Xo 6 Independent 1 Order Good Templars Miss Johnson as so many other women also J have done found in Peruna a specific for a severe case of female weakness She writes- I want to do what I can to let the whole world know what a grand med icine Peruna is For eleven years I suf fered with female troubles and compli cations arising therefrom Doctors failed to cure me and I despairedof being helped Peruna cured me in three short months I can hardly be Here it myself but it is a blessed fact I am perfectly well now and have not had an ache or pain for months I want my suffering sisters to know what Peruna has done for melassMarie Johnson Miss Ruth Emerson 72 Sycamore st Buffalo X Y writes I suffered for two years with irregular and painful menstruation and Peruna cured me within six weeks I cannot tell you huw grateful I feel Any agency which brine leiltli ndl trength to 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gluing a full statement of your ease and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman ST itaa ium ilrmbusOv s TreatmentIlLIiNot e Price 100 CUTICURA SOAP to cleanse the skfai of crusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle CUTICURA OINTMENT to instantly allay itching inflamma tion and irritation and soothe and heal and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS i to cool and cleanse the blood ASINGLE SET of these great skin curatives ia often sufficient to cure the most tortnr fug disfiguring itching burning bleeding crusted scaly and pimply skin scalp and blood humours with loss of hair when all else fails Millions of People USE Ctmconx SOAP Assisted by CPTICDKA OlXTMEXT for preserving purifying anti beautifying the aLa fjrcleansing the scalp of crusts scales aud dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red roub and sore hands for baby rashes itching s and chaflnga and for nil the purposes of tai toict bath and nuts cry Millions of Women use CCTICUUA SOAT In the form of baths for anno Ing Irritations Inflammations and excoriations or too free or offensive perspiration In the form of trachea for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest thcmsclvea to women CcmCURA KWOLVEXT fills Chocolate Coated are a now tasteless odorless ceo nomical substitute for tho celebrated liquid Ccncr RA UESOLVEXT as well as for all other blood purifiers wd humour cures In screw I cap vials containing CO doses price 25c I OmrvnrvI1Da11usjc jjriujx i fpot rCnaferboa5jL- oaloa Jmth Dtpott S Hot de U Pill rmrU InaaDaco a Clint Cocr Sob Props Cotton US A I JUSTT THINK 0F IT lluudlordbranceblsbankaccoantIncreasing locr a liJK stock Increasing Kpleu did climate excellent schools and churches low taxation high prices for cattle and grain low railway and errpossible comfort This lathe condltlou or the farmer I c Western Canada 1roTlnce of Manitoba and districts of 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