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I II THE HI COURIER 2 4 III 4 IE == Jf t i TTUCgYt f I1 r J jjESTABLISHE 3859 HICKMAN FULTON c l TYKVMAY 30 1902 VOL XVIINO BJ U rc 3- i v r r 4a a t fY ks r c c 6r I tVI t 1 Sr OWNERSHIP Of REELFOOT I I May1SpectaThean opiuiou in the case of W E Web ster et als vs J C Harris et als from the Lake county chancery docket wliieh ownershipReelfoot of among sportsmen throughout oUnit States f- ItecKoot lake Is one of the most p icin turesque natural cnrixsitiea in the South It is tholyrgcst Jake in the United Stat formed by an earthquake It is abo 40 wiles long and from half a mile lice miles wide and is extromely deep in some places The great earthquake which tormed- the lukp occurred ou Saturday moruinA between 2 and JJ oclock November 16 1811 Two terrific shocks came about 30 minutes apart The earth rocked and trembled viol+ tytly and the ignerantaiid superstitious classes of people who lived appre11cnsioDcome The atmosphere was heavily laden and a deafening noise like thuii dcr tilled all with awe Almost constant flashes of lightning lighted up the ad Joining country The land on which Reelfoot lake nowI stands was covered with dense forests Jminutesing country and the Mississippi er came rushing in like a mill race New I Madrid Mo suffered greatly from theI earthquake several people being killed grtfortit leased it to Andrew Meadows for SI andjj He enjoiued the fishermen from enjoy ihg their usual avocation nod the eon decided in laVor of tho plaintiffs aftertoI which the fishermen had to pay for the right of tisuing lu 18 Ri the lake was sold by decree of chancey bringing something over 84 000 Tho purchasers again sold the property to the Louisville Outing Cuib for 5003 The club wished to make a private hunting and fishing reserve 1 of it and paid 500 to have it surveyedI They enjoined hunters aud fishermen from hunting and fishing on tho lake The dub could not enforce their rule and eladlydisposed of the property for OOtoMajJO Harris of Tiploni ville Tenu lie began tho work of draining the lake by diggingn canal to the Mississippi river but the fishermen enjoined Mm from further work Who 11 the case came up in tim llower court it FinF crt ot tho people held in trust by tho State arid that it could not be clatme- as private property nThocase1courtI Itct i7 lThere is an aching and tired feeling time liver bowels and Kiduevs become sluggish and inactive the digestion iui paired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and u feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbiue will remove it secure to tht secret to a right exit and by its tonic offec- fully restore the wasted tissues and giyestrcngth in place ot weakness GOo at L P d W S Ellisons in THEY EXCHANGE GLOVES as T f8TWEEITMAJOR KANSELL itr tWashington PostUWhat becomes of the other glocCof the one armed titan has always been a matter of speculation to the thought ful Two of theo have beeu discover ed recently that of Seargent at Aru msMrsof the Senate Major Dan RnnsdelL Indiana and that of Gen looker tbeW one armed Representative front ippi for many years iu Cougross Soo after Major Ransdells arrival in Wash ington to assume the duties of Marshal of the Distaict under tho Harrison Ad of ministration he was walking ou thebl avenue when Gen Hooker approached from the opposite direction Tim gentlemen were stringers to each other It so transpired that the Representative j from Mississippi had just purchased aCl new pair of gloves Being very quiekJ L to take in a situation the General saw that the strange and distinguished looking man had lost Iris right arm The General was carrying his useless left glove in his baud a habit by the way which he has had from the imo his lefl arm for his couutrhoII ury otQUickup to Major Ransdcll and introduce- himself Trey shook hands cordially the one an Ulcer of tho Southern army ccandarmy The Southern gentleman said few pleasant things which he alwa has on top aud then Bracof ully otTerNthis other glove to Marshal Ransdell1 1ofHe just as gracefully took it and theClJ incident sealed a strong and lasttn grfriendshiperans of a cruel war who fought on opmpoaito sides have by mutual agreement tbbuysonoto his friend with the other arm anBoldsAt the end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Alissouris brilliant con I gr imariifrID overwork ncrons- tcnslonIttSsof I sleep and constant T II speaking I had about uttcrely collapsed j It seemed that all tho organs iu my i i body wero out of order but three botjj ties of Electric bitters made me a jj tho right Its the best allround medicina ever sold over a druggists counter ri Ovor worked rundown men and weak ssickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only Oo Guaranteed by Cowgill OoWfill V I J i THE NEXT CONGRESSMAN FROMII- i THE FIRST DISTRICT j Ollic M James the nominee of thrH Democratic primary election of Satuf 1 day and consequently the next con grossmau from the First congressional usdistrict passed his thirtieth birthd- aed1astJaly and will bo the youngest man that over repro cnted the district congress lie was born in Critteud county and is the son of lIon L Ii James a prominent lawyer and iu 1to1I I office unless one counts two terms asll I j page in the souaW where ho imbibed his tendency for politics although then 110husI Ho began making political speech when agdj a platform orator As early as 1895 bItJJ had begun to attract attention through out tho stag In 1SUG he was made a dolegatp aC largo to tho Chicago cot vontion and was made chairman of tho delegation lie was also a delegate to tho Kansas City convention in 1100 HQ was a member of the Democratic state central committee in 18W and of the state campaign committee in 1300 He J also temporary ohairumu of the 1900Mrcan didate for congress before this time though ho has frequently been lueii tioncd in connection with the congressional race for tho past four years Mr James is portly being about si igh27Srtlfo will probably be tho largest ma tho Fifty eighth congnKs Whooping Cough A woman who has had experionc- Witli this disease tells bury to uneven any dangerous rouseqnouces front it She says Our throe children ton babjbOJI owing to our giving them Chamber Iains Cough Remedy they lost noun ofr their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whoso parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little onejwouid call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Sossio Pinkcyi Hall SpringfieldI Ala This Remedy is for solo by Cowgill Cow gill OF THE OLD WAR TAX noldbe for lack of printed matter if this cum is oat aware that all of the war taxes levied to meet the expenses of the Spanish Airerican War and the i harpf iIJ t JolJowed clpial Ant utr end of the fiscal year For leaflets r some of them distributed by worldly colporteurs carrying daintily printed tetIlrecentlyI money is u merchandise they have been exposed to view to rewind overran gororunionnt trytr This advertising of the repeal of the war tux law strikingly impresses everyone with tho view taken by the leaders the financial and commercial world to the effect upon business and pros porn of the repeal of this law If in be established in July that we an have bountiful harvests tad if at tho time of the coronation of King EdwPrd is known that peace has como to South Africa then it is the expectation tht coincidence of these throe will enormously stimulate in dustry aud commerce Cures twit Doctors Fail Frank Chiussou Patterson La rites Juno 8th 1001c1 had malaria unclesasn1 stopped taking their medicine tho fore would return I used a sample bottle Herbino found it helped nip Then two bottles which completely cured mo I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and eau honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely them Herbino 50c bottle at P W S Ellisocs I i PLANTED MONEY I Washington Cor Brooklyn Eagle The redemption experts of the Treas 11 Department had a curious case theI day which shows ignorance anti I sometimed i prove costly Several packages of dirt wore received at time department ac by a letter saying that mixed up with the earth wore the reo Sootspoor fool thought money tvonldf and multiply if planted in u pa earth He tried tho experiment by severgThe pot full of earth was watered cared for regularly until the atten tiou of a sane person was attracted to fruitless proceedings The experts the redemption division searched faithfully through tho packages of dirt d found several pieces of paper iIJlowcvcr100 worth I = A A Averton the House Sign and I Ornamental Painter has located in the I town of HJckman to ply his trade and respectfullyI solicits the patronage of ij public You can get first class i SignPaintjiprices and you can also vet your buggy ii repainted at a nominal cost with the 0LeaveStore Respty A A A ERT01 I I FARMERS AND jElflANTS BANK f qli bo St3 tp i Qkm np 7 Absolute Safetyjis the Basis etirlllaPt we offer to depositors Other intchicements are of sccolylaiy importance UjJon this Guaranteelre c tyollJ1JatronafJe JJiliOMPSON Cnhier 1a p 1 rDIRECJ ORSj J J C HUllUI1Ti HUUHAXAi tJ A TlIUMlSUV J C CHEEK K 51 ISLEK J n 4lLEXi9WIt U B TIIKELKELU 3K C 7 Y Why Doit QpennYOUiTT1yeSt 01Jrf j iftJ iAIHllook about y on lot rou se t1at T Un s1 ling all kinds of Y 1t i Family pfoceriesr = p tt r 1 w tit sull 1duce1 pricesthf1 t 1besproYe that yon make montJ toHy lit P1 IC8S Tfisl ila lIot how 11101111 f JrQt 7tleiGt llih0 iti 11 y j 1jtf U P butltnd 1161i12n hf+ r11tu sold them 211ortfor c o lar than credit houses afford to l ll1hJ 410 you want to pay your cash Inoneti to credit houses at credit prices to enable othersThiHfavolitpshut forthewa your money elsewhere hut cdme land see me and Test Prices t e tAlSO I am agent for A eeerN IRIS PANTSI Not the cheapest in price bumjihc List and most t1U1 aide paint made Guapnteod 1 bv Simmons7 Hardware Companyjpt Louis Mo J CUE THR lkELD ILF l I lctallzfl11 Q Ksntuolyy I v oo 1 h 0 CALL AND SEE US a e q ltr I We are constaiifei t receiving kindsdfware Harness Ie Jomn Freez aleras large and ofyuseful articles for0 d lOco Hay and Bran Allat ufe ju J SONiDRS K DAVIDSON Jen1istHIOKMAN KENTU OKY over Cowfitll OowgUl7flj Drag norJ o OE EAKBE en biT S Powell Elook Clinton St Hating purchased the Grocery Stock of IJ IIq bepleaeedtimeIh if Bartainec MARTINIQUE AS IIT WAS Nobody has described tho ill fated MartluqueIfactas Lafcadio Hearn has de scribed it in Two Years in the French West Indior Harpers Picturesque ness and color ho sayn J these are tho StYicrrotic astonishing a population of the Perhapstho brilliancy tutnos they offer beautiful1I audacities of Dolor contrast r And oniI another demotionwrltoLathatLL t Dionheyollowbnuded by the sinking sun La Polpp is in costume de fete andII- in l her phantom turban one great stn trlimmprs for brooch In his preface lieiirn speaks nf thet singular spell that Martinique pas over him stud a potentspell it max desoriptions e the fascinating readers eye To readI his book is to visit the exqusite scenes mid to observe the customs and man ners of country now growsomrty an nihilated v For Those Who Live on Farms Dr Borgin Pana Ills writes I ilhavaahYaysTrecomraend it to my friends a 1 am confident there is better mode Ditfblive ou farms ore especially liable to many accidental cuus burns RIlI bruises whiclrheal rapidly wnon Bal lards Snow Liniment is applied It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency 25e DOc and 100 at L P W S Ellisons POINTED PARAGRAPHS tempoantTr induaaSeji ypurf mind on the eggs of pleas are and you will hatch Tomorse Oxpotlstrhabits Many a mans hypocrisy is due to the fact that he has a scolding wits It is usually to morrow that all re markable things art expected to himp p encFJlLt rycOuslSa of having you rsu- exprdmSSgtlitt tl the rJJtP s of others41 4- teveiils rat ecr t- It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings Now Discovery fur Consumption Heros the secret 1t eats out the phlegm and germinfected mucus and lets the life giving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed cough worn throat aud lungs Hard proKinJojfallible remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles SOc and 100 Trial bottles free at Cowgirl CowgiUs MANY CANDIDATES Louisville Ky May trTJstro an already s ix distinguished citizens u this State soaking the Democratic nommntion Tor governor The election iis next fall Tho candidates already named are the lion Henry Wattorsonv editor of the ConrierSourual Robert J Breckin ridge funnier attonieygeijernl turned out by a recent decision of the Dart of Appeals in favor of time Republican applicant Fratt John I lleudricks former congressman of the First district James D mACk lortuer circuit jjudge of tlo central portion of the prominentdistillerAll are gentleman of the old school1 and everything points to the most picturesque campaign for the nomination the State has seen in many years From present indications all will cort tainly start in the race What Tutu Polks Seed Is a greater power of digesting andI KingNt5 torte and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the sys I tem enrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 2oc at Oow gill S Cow iUs ROOSEVELT AND THE Tho order of President Roosevelt to Attorney General Kuox to proceed against time beef trust lilts been received1 with a good deal of praise from certain quarters There is no question bnt that n sup pression of the hoof trust would outfit the administration to the applause and gratitude of the American consumer Yet observant people can not fail note that the Administrations uctiyi- in this matter is somewhat belated Indeed it has taken the president and his advisors so long to arouse them selves to tho point of time reeogniti of the existence of a trust at all th they can not now complain if the pub lie minds question the sincerity of their ostentatious efforts WANT TO BUY A good buggy and saddle horse 5 to 7 years oldAVPlytot A WADK 7 Hickmau Ky c r z THE HICKMAN APPLE C 04 Mr D W Dickinson iufonnsns that ICor twenty years ho has been lecticgse r 9 seed from the largest and most perfect apples ho grew and planted their Seed N with the hope that he might originate an apple of decided merit To what extent he has succeeded tho following article in alato nmnber ofRnraliJCevr Yorkor written by IT E Van Demon U Horticultural expert will explain 4 Mr D has already had applications from a number of fruit growers in cifferent statcsforbu1s and scions and tharticle has not been published a woek t Good winter apples from the South are few and hard to find Those that scarceri as so arcjusual ly of poor quality Last year there ExtP specimens anew seedling tout by the originator D W DicRin son of Hickman Ky vhiqli sfiemed toS ftheyturity when the Expositionciosedl Nor J11 I requested hint to send me bfhersfV when they became fully ripe ThisH- aid ithe tirst week in AprIl and witlt tho apples he gave me the principal 1 points regarding the variety The original tree and the only one l oxistauce as yet came from the seed of Shockley which is a very late keop sugl Southern apple planted by Mr ickinsonin 1891 making it now It toTyears old It began bearing at the Cicr oear a good crop while other trees of various kinds close by havo borne poorly The foliage and general d appearance of the tree are said by the rkablehea1thyimdmedium size as is shown at Fig 142 which I made from an average speci mon andof a somowhatconical shape Its color is a greenish yellow with do vtided bronzyred blush making tho althougho not is firm yellowT ish a little coarsed grained hue not anl noying so The flavor is very mild subacid and agreeable It would bo caned a good apple anywhere and con sidering that it is ar very late keeper when compared with its parents this Shockloy Ben Uavis and others it is well worthy of general trial in the Southern States JSo ono has trcesfor sale but Mr Dickinson very generously offers the scions or bnds without other than carrwge to those who Jive South where it should be grown Ive tho ntrgo 3takmen in honor of l QJ1nfp iglu whichis endorsed utitt + irtitahfw- X1 vNt1 A THE KESRIS TIH CHEIPE r Not how chap but how good is the questionTho 11 VEEK REPUBLIC adnewspaper news that is worth printing If you read it all tho year round you are posted on all the important and inter esting attains of the world It is tho best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be tho distinguishing traits of the newspaper that fs designed to be rood by all members of tho family Anyfvetrsptnpr l will receive 3our snbscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUKLIO St Louis Mo CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Washington May2 5Carol Norma- nsi a lecture delivered before a largo audience in tho Columbia Theater to day asrted that 2000000 cases of dis oosa have been hauled by Christian Suiuu o during tbo thirtyHve years of itB history and that in that time about 700 Christian Science Churches have been oitublished rod are now flourish lug lIe declared that it should be motto criminal to publish the details of crimp or of contagious diseases because of the effect of such publication Oil health and morols 0 aStands Like a Stone Wall Botwoon your children and the tor eczemaIArnicaSalve SaltRheuw CSspeechagamsthiswas as sincere an utterance as has ever been voiced in the Senate Chamber as1Q remotest iullneneiugRepublican Heatstyperilous policies of imperialism and colonialism that were born with tho temptation created by our mastery of 1 Thecaatpolicies will be maintained as long as the Rcpubli SenatorBoarsutVly impotent for good in so far as a- corrJctton of his own partys evil ten Wi deucy isconcerued The American people must turn to the Democracy for the saving Americanism is the present Y crisis r 0 Vii i iJ f j ItA I J fifj J w- tw i 1 rs t f rr- ftt- w t1r tor pill l tdra1- a 11 o I i S t r 4 1 4 hf eO x a o t 3 r T qrL 4F 4t t w r 44- y 1 1 I r 0 o Ilia 11- rr Y 4 f t k 4f r f t 4t 4SI SIr f a f Sta Stst stit 1 it itt itt itlitI i t I t f i 44i- I r iI I 1I 1a a The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARKEX Publisher I5ICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 1f 1If CURRENT TOPlXg i There Is a dearth of school teachers inEnglandUpon bens there can be played 4790i i600 changes- In 1158 A D 200000 lives were to- by st an earthquake in Syria Berlin dog lovers have to pay a tax of 55 a year on each of their pets The Pittsburg Pt police are pro parIng a petition askintj a 20 per cent Increase Crop reports from Morocco another parts of North Africa are gen orally favorable Crows have no fewer than 27 dif ferent cries each distinctly referable to a different action The army of Afghanistan is said to be in a state of semiinsubordination owing to arrears of pay There are according to the census return Just published 25906 British rub cts resident in Paris Since the accession of President Diaz in 1876 Mexicos trade has in creased nearly 600 per cent The coffee crop of San Salvador for 1902 is estimated at 40000000 pounds against 55COOOOO pounds In 1901 The annual output of olive oil Iin California is estimated commerci- ly j at from 5000 to 6000 barrels In the poorest quarters and tenements of London there is nearly alj ways a flower pot in the windows- A new car coupling is being trl on a German railway It lessens the space between the cars to 78 inches There has been a general Increase In wages in Duluth Linn and a skilled workmen are now on an eight hour day An order for 400000 fairy lamps for coronation illuminations in London bas just been received by a Birming ham firm To prevent indiscriminate manui facture the design of the new regula lion British army felt hat has been registered at the war office During the month of March 46 Strikes were reported In France spread over 27 departments The number of men ceasing work was 9541 The Bulletin des Hallos Paris es timates the number of horses in tho world at 74600000 the number of mules and asses at 12100000 Leopoldo Batres conservator of archeological monuments In Mexico i has exhumed an ancient city of the Zapotecas in the state of Oaxaca The new law In New York for tho regulation of automobiles permits a speed of eight miles In stiles and vll ligacs and 20 miles in the country Paul Reveres house in Bosto- from which he started out on the ride on April 19 1775 ImmorI talized by Longfellow Is now a IBanI ca Italiana In the Punjab the deaths from plague now average nearly 70000I monthly The squirrels at HassanII Mysore caught the disease and havIbeen completely wiped out Prof II Garland Penn of the Metho dist Episcopal church Is project j a Negro young peoples Christian and educational congress which will bewas held in Atlanta Ga August 6 to 11 j The nest of the tree wasp or tornetball Is made of a true paper wood being ground to pulp by the paws of the wasp and treated with an adhesiveI matter secreted in the creatures mouth Rev P Lawrence secretary of the Society of Kindness to Animals says the Swiss government is about to call a conference of the great powers to consider the protection of anim alslion employed In war- During the months of January and February there were 800 deaths CromItyphoid fever in the British army I Notwithstanding the regulations re gardjng boiled water the soldiers con tinue to drink out of brooks and river- Dr sTheCharles F Rand who is a cepted as being the first volunteer for the civil war is still living in Washington D C He was also the first soldier to win the congressional med aloffor honor for distinguished gallantry In action Considerable activity Is noticable in the shipbuilding and marine e gineering trades at Manchester En nfile thatlargely 11and be employed in these industries la ti early future A curious fact about Ireland is the comparative scarcity of wild ci aa tures Ne less than 21 species co toGreat unknownIreland to leTantai udder shrew watervole wildcat polecat and roedeer The silk production of Europe for pracUcaJIythe forthesilkworm has been much extended Hungaria Servla Persia lJaCaucasusIcThe Indian tamboura has the be of light reddishyellow wood wire dyH strings three being of steel and one of brass It is used to accompany theH voice in singing Stt1government tes ad west of the Rocky mountains If iIrdIJgated to provide home for the total countrySir at shire England Is rfpotter He Is the originator of Elt ware pottery and has receivedojnedali Jm vtrlous exhibitions a SWEPT BY A TORNADO Six Persons Killed and Others In jured at Union S Can V Knitting Mill School House and Two Residences Caught the Full Force and Were Converted Into Kindling Wood Union S C May 26Slx people were killed and several injured by a tornado which swept over this section of the state at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon The main storm came from the north It seems there was also and e from the southwest and that both met In this vicinity The storm from the north was preceded by a heavy rain and what appeared to be a dark mass of clouds about 100 yards wide which traveled with great speed One win of the storm passed along Main street and blew In several store fronts doing much damage to stocks Knitting Mill hill south of town caught the full force of the tornado which blew down the school house and two residences there convertinga them literally Into kindling wood Th occupants ran from one of the houses when It went to pieces and took ref uge in another nearby but this house was also crushed to splinters In this house Misses Sallle Hart and Annie Lawson was instantly killed Mrs healr little daughter Vera died about oclock Maxey Sims escaped with broken fingers Lee Sims received several cuts on the head from falling timbers and was Internally injured edlit Mabrey sustained a fractured shoulder and his leg was badly burn ed by a stove falling on him He was also Internally injured and may die 11btrs Lee Sims received a bad bu not fatal cut on the head Mrs Ma brey and her two other children escaped with slight injuries It took some time to get the vie tams from the debris Every physI dan In town was called and were as sisted by the citizens in removing the sufferers as much as possible Every thing that the families had was destroyed Jonesville reports that the storm was fearful at that place and that a member of the family of Miss Lawson who was killed there was one of the victims The property damage here will aggregate 50000 divided among a number of stores and cotton mills Pacolet also reports one killed and several Injured MURDER IN CHURCH I Near Atlanta Millard Lee Shot and Klli fw1ls L111aSuttle nAtlanta Ga May 2GFive or st hundred men divided into a half dozen posses were Sunday night search ing the country adjacent to this city j for Millard Lee 20 years of age the son of a well to do farmer who Sun day shot and kied Miss Lilla Suttle a young woman of 19 at Wesley Chapel Mt Gilegd camp grounds win Smiles from Atlanta Just as the minister had thngi worshipers left the church Lee who sitting behind Miss Suttle leaned forward and fired at her The firs entered her back but no vital part was reached and an insfltnt late Lee fired again killing the girl in stonily While the churchgoers stno astounded Lee backed out of the door and started for the woods On tho way he met a man named Chlldress t whom he confessed the murder an asked Chlldress to take the revolver and kill him Childress paid no atten to the young man and passed on Miss Suttle who was a beautiful young woman had refused Lees attentions it is said bosons she con soered herself above him oclaIly WORLDS RECORD BROKEN Seasona at Berlin Won By Robl Berlin May 26The cycling cventIt the season the contest of the Golden l Wheel + of Friedenau resulted Sunday In the breaking of the worldsi record for 100 kilometres Robl of Munich won the event and covered secondgas and Tom Linton the English btc Parteq tell In the race but got up and ro sumed riding DeadmAtlanta Ga May 26 Eugene r aandSpalding vice president of the AtIKnoxville Northern railway died at his home here Sunday of hemorrhage of the lungs Ice Houses Burned Rochester N H May 26Lagf Binburningtan 12I were filled witht e The loss Is 50000 fully Insured WashingtonChattanooga Clay Evans left Sunday morning for W8hfngtoni t June 4 will sail with his family on theII St Paul for London to assumett his duties as consul general I To Retire Gen Wheaton Washington May 26Maj Gen loyd Wheaton who is about to start willon t n of 1 n account of age Gen Wbwton i native of Michigan THE MINERS j I OtrnerAAnother Conference Between and Civic Federation Likely Chicago May 27A conference thatpromises to change the aspect of the thracite inthisi momhers Federation and union interests President Joh Mitchell or the United Mine 11orker- of America ChicagsecFrnlsituationl in the metFrankl MacVenghSamuelKeefeI ltDionandendeaorsfederation was dlscustedkThe meeting was executive and dell alto statements as to the details of the conference were not announced aIt lIs understood however that the plod contemplates calling another conference Sof the mine operators and the whole committee of the National Civic Fed oration at New York with a view to arbitrating the strike question It is said that the plan will be sent to Senator Hanna for approval before a recommendation for further arbitra lion Is made If the plan is carried r 0into effect it is expected that some defl1 alto announcement of It will beadwithin a week or ten days President Mitchell declined to go into details of the meeting but said it was not called by him and that his pros In this eIt r puroft 9the anthracite difficulties He saidI further that the mineworkers were showing no indication of weakening iini their position Franklin MacVeagh said he was nott in a position to speak of the meeting save that It was not called at the re quest of President Mitchell STRUCK wtMuch Property Was Damaged at Tex arkana Ark Texarkana Ark May 27 TexarkanaJ was hit by a wind storm at 5 oclock Monday afternoon that did much damage but it was followed by a hard rain which will save tie crops The churches here fared badly The Christian Church Oak Street Bapti Church colored and Methodist Church lwere neal ly blow down and are ruined The Fairview Methodist and the Episcopal church the latter one of the finest in town were also badly damaged The Od Fellows hall a big building was shifted over a foot Many business houses and residences were damaged and dozens of dwellings under sours of construction were levelled The I wind was from the north andA ord 1 reached rhrohojfii along tnjJafeiT river everything was levelled Thtre itxisa feared many suffered in the line of the main storm north of the city 1 MRS G FRED STEVENS J fFirst Woman In the Country to Hold Generalt j j 4Stfirdsn woman in the United States to hot the office of surveyor general of logs and lumber She Is the widow of thc Duluttj 1 Sant said thatedhe would appoint her to fill out Trunexpired late husband She will hold office until January jj lnext I Soldiers From Cuba Arrive J 27TroopdI s f cavalry 60 discharged soldiers and 90 passengers principally officers t nndII their wives who left Santiago with the I troops arrived here Monday orI steamer Seguranca Gen WhttSldejj who commanded the Department Santiago was among the passenger8 The cavalry men left Monday after noon for Chickamauga ParkwI The Guests of the EmperorII Berlin May 27Emperor William t has directed that Adjt Gen Corbin Gen S M B Young and Gen Leona l Wood shall be his guests at the Oer I man military maneuvers next fall1 Emperor William Is very glad ti the American generals are coming to Germany j Threatened Street Car Strike vChicago May 27FrankllnMcVeagh president of the National Civicl j Federation after a conference withfofficers of the union Monday nightr said he would endeavor to meet Presi dent Roach of the traction company i try to avert trouble on the street car lines t a J Aeronaut Drowned Denver Col May 27Ben Bowen an aeronaut made an ascension and parachute drop at Manhattan Beach suburban summer resort and rtcrJIn the middle of the asdrownedteahimc1i alulnoticea l Queen WHhelmina London May 27A correspondent at The Hague says in a dispatch hatQueen Wilhelmina prosetoed cf fects of her recent illness Her majesty will fPrussiaEms Twenty Damage Suits Knoxville Tenn May 27 Tweaty damage suits have ftheItheimineleand afari OOf1 i f I AUSTRALIASA DROUGHT The Loss as to Stock Amounts t I About 75000000 Everynthing Possible to Alleviate Condi slionsNo Sign of An Early Change in Weather London May 27 Cabling from Syd ncy N S W the correspondent thereof the Daily Mail give an account of the terrible drouth from which as a climax to seven dry years Australia is now suffering The correspondent says that the losses in stock in Australh- ncesi 1S99 amount to o 15000000 Un employed men are Orlfting into tit cities by the thousands and there the state governments are providing the with relief The only districts that have escape the drouth are the Northern Rivers district of New South Wales and part of the Riverna district The situatio has been aggravated by the federal dui ties on fodder which prevent its 1 portation Communication in the In- terIor has been paralyzed as the water ways are unnavigable Owing to the expense of fodder the firm which hail the contracts has abandoned the haul- Ing of mails in Queensland the cos of this transportation having risen from J6OO to 30000 annually The sheep are dying by the million continues the correspondent and even the rabbits are starving Animals have stripped the bark from the trees for food A common method of treating exhausted horses is to slit the animals i palate with a knife the horse iIR revived by swallowing his own Numbers of Sundowners and Swag men have been found dead by the The governments are doing everything possible to alleviate those conditions but meteorologists despair of an early change in the weather ca ditions TRIPLE TRAGEDY Frank Robinson Killed His Sweetheart Wou ded His Rival and Suicided 7Franstk Robinson aged 20 years Monday snot Rainlinsj aged 16 years shot and fatally wounded his rival Albert H Ferguson aged 19 years and shot and fatally Iin housde Inj this city Shortly before the t edy was committed Robinson wrote a note to his mother in which he said that as Ferguson had supplanted him in the affections of the girl he loved he proposed to kill them both and kill himself He proceeded to the om where Ferguson and the girl were and upon being admitted drew his revolver and opened fire on the couple The girl was shot near thi heartj She rushed screaming into the street where she tell dead Fergj son was shot in the abdomen Robin son shot himself in the left breast and his death Is momentarily ex pected TURKISH SOLDIERS HaddBeen Annihilated Lonlcm May 27A dispatch from Cairo Egypt says a report has reach there that a whole battalion of urkish troops has been annihilated by rebels near the seaport of Mocha in the Turkish vilayet of Yemen in the southwestern part of Arabia The governor of Mocha Is said to have been carried away by the rebels as a host age The rebels are being joined byII numbers of Turkish troops who arc deserting AERONAUTS PERIL holij A Military Balloon Struck By Lighttt afwing While in Midair Berlin May 27A miltary balloon I as struck by lightning near Augs burg at an altitude of 500 metres The only occupant of the basket at the J time of this occurrence was Lieut Von Hlller who was telephoning his obii rdserrations to soldiers on the below him When the balloon was struck it burst into flames and fell atrapidly to the earth Lieut Von Hil ler had the bones in both feet broken i but escaped further injury Mine Employe Shot From Ambush Hazleton Pa May 27 Duncan Moorehead of Yorktown employed timekeeper at the Carson washery was shot in the right arm from ambush by unknown parties The wounds not dangerous Moorehead has been at work Query day since the strike It is not known who did the shooting Guest of the White House Washington May 27 Whltelaw Reid of New York Is a guest at the white house Senator Allison and Representative HUt were at the white house Monday night and took dinner with the President and Mrs Roosevelt and Mr Reid Secretary Hitchcock was among the callers To Promote Gen Brook Washington May 27Senator Quay Monday Introduced a bill providing for the promotion of Maj Gen Brook the senior major general of the army to the rank of lieutenant general and or the generals retirement with that rank Wu Ting Fang in Charleston Charleston S C May 27Wu Ting ang the Chinese minister who had een formally invited to the exposition had declined Monday unexpectedly here accompanied by his private secretar Mr Chung DEPENDS ON PLACE OF BIRTH Jut Uecnue One Ilan Seeu Soots late MIIJ Sot Knoiv All About ircrylL1ni 0When the young man from Florida came o live in New York he woke up one mar windot4te hebadJumping into his clothes he ran into the Ur ct he stooped and gathered handfuls ucjUtnJIN bhitJmitaUth vokcOne which had gathered to toldhiml roiunteered to try it on I havent any the himjj Vnts the matter 1Ilhy dont you see seenitYes e11ellyoungnntitan11ut You serer taw now before masked the astonished questioner 1i itdran aerO Floridasi according to the New York IailII rsreanalligatorinot so many after all I have seen it many mtimes snowdowngambol Slinke Into Your Shoe Allens FootEase It cures painful swollen smarting sweating feet Makes new shoes tDoti SOld hall llruIDIts and Shoe stores ampJeUErAddres Ia Had Purchnxrcl Sump Little Willie summarymeasures meauresII Daily XlII and works otf the cold Laxative Bromo I centsdfortunateable than the richPuck I am aura Pisos Cure for Consumption I bosRobbins1900nWhen a man is accused of leading a dogs dogChiago bylisleslikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Sometimes a mans bad luck is due to his- reputation1hicago DUll News MILWAUKEE PEOPLE i AragProminent oman SavedFrom Death by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound 11 ZAB MRS PIXKHAJI I suppose a large number of people who read of my Ilcnmvremarkable cure will hardly believe I j I I I I I i i I f sms SADIE E KOCH II I suffered for months with troubles peculiar to women which gradually broke down my health and my very life I was nearly insane i with pain at times and no human skill I consulted in Milwaukee could bring me relief LydiaEOUiul the first bottle brought reef and the second bottle an absolute cure I could not believe it myself lmporarybutfor a year enjoy the best of health j and cannot in words express my grat I j itude Sincerely sours SADIE E Koch I 124 10th St Milwaukee WiS500Cforftlt Ifabove tesUm cnlat h not genuine j Such unquestionable testimony j proves the power of Lydia E Pink I aiuy Vegetable Compound over diseases of women I I Women should remember that they are privileged to consult I Mrs Pinkham at Lynn MassIabout their illness f SUFFERED 25 YEARS With Catarrh of the Stomach II A Pcruna Cured I I Congressman BotUn of IVlnQeia KJn Ii II Q Ii Ii u u 11 5 Ii s In a recent letter to Dr Hartman nysMy me pleas ure to certify to the excellent curative qualities of your medicines Peruna and Mannlin I have been afflicted more or less for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and con Washingtonliasbottles of your medicine have given me almost complete relief and I am sure that a continuation of them will effect a permanent cure T D Botkin Mr L F Verdery a prominent real estate agent of Augusta Ga writes I have been a great sufferer from catarrhaldyspepsia I tried many physicians visited a good many springs but I believe Peruna has done more for me than all of the above put together 1 feel like a new person 1 F Verdery The most common form of summer catarrh is catarrh of the stomach This dyspepsiaIerunaIf you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write atonce to Dr Hartman givingi a full statement of your case and he will bepleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O ANDIUICKCR FOKHEAVY ISSTEAD OF EXCUSES TO OFFER YOUR FlUE s JUST THINK 0r I lI ETCM farmer bls owu luudlord no encum- branceshtsbankaccouut yearlandsplendid fcnool andcburcbeslow- taxation high prices for cattle and grain low raila fTPt nnrtr thefarmerInwesIernRIO districts Uf Asslnlbola Saskatchewan and ofttiEs1EItNInformationIEDISY3upertntendenttrtoJOSKIMI VOtNU 5mStdte tEast Colum ardgfndlanauoitsH ILIVE STOCK AND- MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes IN GREAT VARIETY FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST PRICES BY A N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO 335 Wut Fifth Street Cincinnati WANTED HazardfraokelcM WpERJ etUedj r Walnut Lomasv LUMBER AND TREES LogsI toseuUfI I Ul J proposition Good Commissions termsJOUNg u ISLANDTHESTATEA Summer ResortCOOLED BY SEA BREEZES 250 Miles on the SoundAFORBATHINGETCTelegraphSectIonofFor full Equipment and Dmtles Ra bed jrufigaLoafSummer Nome Hotels Boa dfai House 9698 04UaKuc Lout Island Camera Sketches 96 THE COMPANYOFFICES VHOWARDH R rm iGeneral lasseager Ageat6pedat Agent FusengerDept tJ 4 t X ii C h SI Sw ia i S 1S I f rf r s s 33- a i 3i i 1 i j f + vw + K a Y+ +w4 i tyawn 41Nl o 9 1S tf 1 sy- kk Yr YN iJ I iI J I I II I t i i r i 1 J Jl l t STILL NEGOTIATING British and Boers Still Endeavoring to Make Peace Term The TheyHaveSecuringIndependence Points of Difference London May 27The Dally Mail Tuesday morning says tho cabinet council to be held Tuesday will decide upon points of detail mostly of a finan cial nature which have been raised by negotiationsGreat will then be communicated to the Vereenlngen conference by the dele gates at Pretoria says the paper and being the best obtainable terms they will almost certainly be accepted Tho results should be announced officially either Thursday or Friday of this dayuponi I celebrated Peace is quite certain says the Daily Mail and the delegates at Pretoria are july engaged in en deavoring to gild tho pill for the Ver eeningen conference to swallow The Daily Mail says further dispatches from Pretoria assert tha passiniietweenin South Africa and London Lord Kitchener although he is still full of energy Is much aged in appear ance as a result of the continuous strain which he has undergone The consensus of opinion Is that the recent negotiations have proved Lord Kitch ener to be a great diplomat as well as- a great soldier It is difficult to appreciate the mag nitude of tho difficulties Lord Kitch ener has had to contend with The Boor leaders are all deeply Impresse- with his personality and trust him Implicitly It is understood that Lord Mine the British high commissioner in South Africa has gracefully admitte- that the ultimate credit for the accom plishmont of the great task is due to Lord Kitchener Pretoria May 27he preavlencc throughout South Africa of tho optim Istic feeling In regard to the negotiations is hardly based upon soli facts The protraction of the confer encgat Vereeniugen is not necessa riiy a hopeful sign The delegates to the conference al though they have abandoned their hopes ot securing independence still have many points of difference with the government while an obstinate minority continues to regard the resumption of hostilities as the bes outcome of tho present situation an at any moment these points of differ encQ inay be accentuated into a refusal to continue the negotiations It is most unlikely that those who are In favor of peace will ihrow up the sponge so long as a decent minority is desirous of continuing the struggle and all these dissonant element- must be taken into account before 1 It Is possible to give any sort of pre diction as to the issue of the presen negotiations DEVELOPMENT OF SMALLPOX Additional Precaution to Be Taken on Troop Ships Washington May 27As an additional precaution against the develop ment of smallpox on troop ships and to assist the medical authorities a San Francisco in determining the ne cessity of detention and observation of troops at that point Lfeut Gen Miles has directed that troops ordere- to the Philippines shall be provide- certificates showing that they wero inspected before leaving their respec tire stations and were protected from smallpox It also was ordered that no recruits shall be sent from San Francisco until they have been under observation long enough to develop any infectious disease to which they may have been exposed prior to enlist ment The Presidents Family Washington May 27lrs Roose volt accompanied by the children will leave here on the Dolphin June S for Oyster bay After getting the Cam ily settled Mrs Roosevelt will retur to Washington and remain with tho president until the Adjournment of co gress Murderer Captured Atlanta Ga May 27 Millard Lee who shot and killed Miss LIHa Sut tIes In a church at Ben Hill Ga Sunday was captured Monday morning near Austell Ga and placed In the At lanta jail He says he killed Miss Sut ties because his love was unrequited and he wished to end the suspense Young Roosevelt Returns to School Washington May 27 Theodora Roosevelt jr son of the presides has fully recovered from his attack of pneumonia and left here Monda for Groton Mass where he will re sume his studies No Truth In the Report I Rome May 27The report publish ed in the United States that the au thorities here had discovered strong evidence of a plot against the pope IIs absolutely without foundation There Is no ground whatever upon which to base a statement of this nature Gen Wood at Norfolk Norfolk Va Nay 27Gen Leonard Wood reached Norfolk Monday from Havana on the government yacht Ka- nawha After a brief visit ashore the voyage to Washington was resumed V i o LORD PAUNCEFOTE DEAD The Distinguished British Diplomat Passer Away in Washington Washington May 2ifLord Paunco fote British ambassador to the United States died at tho embassy this city Saturday morning after an Illness of several daysbAt the bedside when the distinguish ed diplomat passed away wore Mrs1 Pauncefote tho Honorable Maude Pauncefote Miss Sybil and Miss Audrey Dr T F Young and Mr Rad ford one of the clerks attached to the embassyAs as it became generally known that Lord Pauncefote was dead flags were halfmastcd over the differ ent embassies and the prthe visiting Frenchmen who had come to witness the Rochambeau statue unveiling are stopping the French flag was placed at halt mastI- mmediately upon being notified of the death of Lord Pauncefote Secre tart Hay went to the white house and after a short conference with the president proeeded directly to the British Embassy where he made a formal call of condolence as tho personal sepses entative of the president prellmin art to the call which the president was himself to make later in the day departmentting cablegram Department of state May 24f 1902 The Marquis of Lansdowne London Permit me to express my deep sym pithy and sorrow at tho death of Lord Pauncefote His Majestys Govern ment has lost a most able and faith ful servant and his country a valued friend John Hay Washington May 2GWith the ex ception of a few details the Arrange ments for the funeral services over the remains of Lord Pauncefote the Brit Saturdaydare now complete Lady Pauncofote Sunday signified her approval of the arrangements ten tatively made Saturday by which atdafter which the body Is to be tempor arily deposited in a receiving vault at Rock Creek cemetery A military escort will be provided by the war department to attend the funeral which largedfrom all over the world were received at the embassy Sunda but they were not made public- Washlngton May 27 Secretary Hay received the following cablegram Monday London May 26 1902Dir Hay jSecretary of StateHis majestys jgovernment thanks you for your Jkind Theydj they are glad to know that Its extent isj understood by the government of the United States and that Lord Pauncefotes great qualities were ap jpredated by your country not less than by his own Signed LANSDOWNE sLondon May 27The British gov ernment has gratefully accepted the wartship to bring home the body of Lord Pauncefote late British ambassador at Washington Deep appreciation was expressed at the foreign office at this and other signs of American sym pathy EXPOSED TO VIEW The Statue to Gen Count De Rocham UnveiledtWashington May 26Amld the on thusiastic demonstrations of a great bronzedRochambeaudbrought the forces of France across the sea at the hours of greatest peril in the American revolution was unveiled Saturday Seldom has an event presented so many brilliant lea tures of pageantry and at the same time given occasion for the manifes tation of the strong bonds of friendship existing between tho French re public and the United States The members of the French mis sion which came to Washington to attend the ceremonies incident to the unveiling of the Rochambeau statue finished their visit here Sunday and Sunday night left the city for Niagara tFalls on their weeks tour of the east before sailing for home There were prno gramme for the day Annapolis Md May 26Tho Amer- Ican escort to tho French battleship Gaulols which arrived In the Annapo lis roads last Wednesday weighed an chor early Sunday morning and proceeded down the bay to the Virginia capes where they will await the are rival of the visiting manofwar The Gaulois did not leave her anchorage until several hours after the departure of the American ships Adm Biggini sons squadron the Olympia Kear sarge and Alabama will escort the Gaulois to New York and Boston and remain in attendance upon tho visit ing battleship until the Rochambea commission takes Its departure for home Shot Them Both Popular Bluffs Mo May 2G11I1e Mrs Mary Harris and her brother James Brasher were returning home from a dance an unknown man sprang frojA the bushes slang a lonely road Iiir the west part of the county an shot them both Mrs Harris will die Killed His Wife and Himself Ogden Utah May 26 Lorenzo Faulkner aged 30 years a railroad man shot and killed his wife Sunday and killed himself Faulkners wife left him some months ago and re turned to the no of her parents THE SHIP SUBSIDY GAME Republican See the Mlntake of Fore= lug the Job Upon the Rcluct Rut Country When the Moran steamship trust was formed it was expected that the great railroad companies carryingj to and from the Atlantic sea oard were behind the arrangement It is this colossal combination of rail j road and steamship lines that will dictate rates of freight not merely from the seaboard but from the wheat and corn fields of the far west It was the fear that they would he cut out of their share of ocean carriage or driven to a disastrous warfare of com petition that compelled the Hamburg American and Bremen steamship com j anics to sacrifice their independence jand enter the combination It is now jannounced from London that the rail I iroad and steamship alliance is np preaching consummation Yet in the midi of these arrangements i ay+ the Philadelphia Record the ndvixutfs of steamship subsidy are stI iiistingi on the passage of Hie HunnaFryeI bill and the house committee on merchant marine is 1 holding daily sessions to consider the propriety of favorably reporting the bill The incredulous farmers of the west are still told that subsidy is nec J essary in order to enable American i shipowner to compete with Euro I 1peans and tlius lessen the cost of- reightsf for American exports This is said while American ship companies have entered into an alliance with the same European under the leadership of an American financier to prevent IN THE WAY Does the Eig Man Know He Is Hindering the Launching Exercises ocean competition ICvcry new ocenurttl hjlJJnvru lud on the Atlantiss- etrUnttxdwould receive its subsidy n 11 soon fir butt and be absorbed in t he at the expense of the American people Without whipping jthe devil around the fctump thesub J ranIroadl The senate U by no menus so quick to respond to public ntiineni as the house whose members must confront their constituencies every two years But no less than seven republican sen ators opposed the subsidy bill al though it was recommended by sue cessive republican national cojjven non and pushed by Chairman Ininna as a party measure entitled to the Joyal support of all republican lu vain Senator Frye and Senator Depew pleaded with unction that republican principles demanded the protection of all American industries whether by duties or by eubiidir and that the American shipping industry should not be excluded from thin protection The party whip could not lash the repuh limn senators of Wisconsin Iowa atwl New Hampshire Into support of a scheme that is daily becoming by force of events more repulsive to the peo ple i In the sense opposition to subsidy has been growing among the repub llicans since the beginning of ses ion while the democrats are unanimously against the scheme This change among the republicans is due not so much to a wholesome senti merit against such legislative favor titan as to n lively sense of the po litical consequences of forcing this subsidy job upon a reluctant country The prospect of the republican control of the next house is precarious enough end it is feared with just that subsidy jis too heavy a burden to be borne Renee the subsidy bill willInot be passed in tthis session of S ress and in the march of events the pleas in its favor will be still weaker before the next session nut the enun trywll not readily forget tbat the republican leaders have done their ut most in behalf of a dangerous scheme to throw millions of public money into I the lap of great companies under tIll pretense of serving the American merchant marinein face f all the evidence of the useless ex travagance of the policy IPhilippineI though Gen Smith has teen oy the courtmartiniwhich aeCJuittelTI intoeeiTent avowals of his yin only mean that his orc1t r justii 1 tied Gen ChnfTee has ordered the cnneentrationd tuppage of the water cnring and has I 1mPin Laguna and Uatangas pray aces If it be true as argued that wa erouring anti killing are absolutely J i ssentfal to the process of benevolent i j is imilation then the order to stop i or1teri ourtinnrtial must boa aJlceX1I y WoaJ qs- ROOSEVELTS MILITARY STYLE genlltltR or Dlctntor ytelopedStrenuous rrcbldent Where is a manifest dispositionamong the republicans at the nationalcapital to rebelagainst the lendership of Mr Koqgcvelt who under ourpolitical system is oftheforbiIn the reciprocityasespecially cm pbBlic and intheleadership only thewith greatest reluctance and then with such makeitatnChronicleInrepublicans in a beforenecessaryeffectspolicy make their party prospects more dismal itto selettingUleputthroughthe party the Cuban bill has been left outThis is the more significant because whitehousepurpose to reconvene congress immediately in ex tra session in case it shall be so con- tumncions satisfactQr Whatever the sentiment mey be as to the merits of Cuban reciprocity and as to the duty of the United States in themntter theinfluencesugar evident enough that there is a prevail AN IMMOVABLE OBSTACLE That combination the reason steamship I I i IgflffllOftStieiI among the republic =mxrloSjfcptlr houses to let the presi deuknow that they are not disPose toflake orflers from him as to legisla policyI be iis a less bigoted protec tionist than the most of them and hey may be actuated largely by a de sire to punish him for his more liberal1 ifcanings Hut there is reason to believe they are actuated in a much greater de gree bjtjeicntincnt aroused by his mil i 1rJtle of laying his commands on the legislative branch of the govern ment aful his threttts of punishment inf cup Hjfclioleli w e of order Mr Woosevelt has developed the qU a military dictator rather IiInfof a political leader under a government and a pretty iion of resentment is no produce i COMMENTS8f litre Hannn presidential boom may liejhandled now without any dan ger ofexplosionChicpbro Tribune Kepjr TlC wever there is a goodsizes chunkf President Roosevelts party that iitpSa distinct honor to have alien ated4letroit Free Pressa Republican papers are busily an nouncing that the ship subsidybill is dead sTJie people will not be deceived by tlia trick It has been laid over until afjLer the congressional elections and tiais all Indianapolis Senti nel S lieepinwill find it hard to keep straight an strongliri the middle west where good republicans are openly declaring tha the taijlTis responsible fdr the trusts X 1jWeekly The conduct of the war in the Philippines will be a decisive factor iin the campaignj of 1004 unless in the meantime its inhumanity is disproved troliicshaccago RecordHerald Rep There is something touching in the spectacle of Mr Hanna roosting on the white house steps in the chill1 gray oftke morning nwiting an oppor trinity Jo importune the president iin behalfof Rathbone the convicted Icot er of the Cuban postal system Times change Mr Hanna once commanded Chicago Chronicle Freer trade is really the cry Anti that must come The case was put so clearly awl convincingly b Mn MijKinley at Buffalo that th longci thc country ponders the su ject the stronger the demand is for such ctianges in the tariff schedules as will bring them in accord with exclusivie ness past Free trade groperly sorcallifl is neither possible nor tie jsirabi but freer trade if now out ttltmost pre insneeOities oii ouraircjitantil xvellbei r AVasticgttic liar reb1 so IIt1J C C MCo t 1 iu I ti INTERESTING STATE NEWS i TWIPLUCKY WOMAN She Helped Whip the Man Who Had Insulted Her Paris Ky May 21A street encounter took place in front of the East Tennessee Telephone Cos office The principals involved were Foster Derry head operator and Ollie Steels brother of Brice and Wallace Steele the wellknown horsemen Steele called up Miss Margery Merritt night operator and in course of the confer sation made seme remarks of a rather Insulting nature Miss Merrill called Mr Berrys at tention to the nature of the remarks Berry informed Steele that such con duct toward the lady operators would not be tolerated and cut him off the line Steele angrily threatened to do tip Berry Shortly after this Berry leftI the exchange and went up to Mitchells grocery On his return Steele came from across the street and meeting Berry at the entrance struck him in the taco with a heavy stick Berry defended himself as best he could Miss Merritt hearing tho struggle seized a heavy monkey ance wrench and went to Berrys assistr In the melee she struck Steele a heavy blow in the face crying out Kill the brute The screams of the operators and the noise of the fracas attracted an immense crowd The parties wero separated and went to drug stores for repairs BLEW THE SAFE Lynch Law Proposed in the Case of An Alleged Burglar in Kentucky Madisonville Ky May 26Three len blew open the safe of Merchant Johnson of Lola Saturday night and stole about 1000 in cash and several hundred dollars in checks One of the robbers was caught by the mar shal of Marion Crittenden county and ho will be taken to Smithland for trial Part of tho burglar outfit a pistol and 8 wero found on him There is talk of lynching tho man Bloodhounds hav6 been telegraphed for to be used in tracking the robbers IKentucky I O O F Carrollton Ky May 23The grand encampment I 00 F elected the following officers at its annual meeting G C P J Brussel Marysville G H P William Todd Mlddlesboro G S W C P Scott Ghent G J W Enos Baycc Louisville G S R G Elliott Lexington G T George W JohndS Gaunt Carrollton G M J P Wheel er Prestonvllle G I S W J Con over Henderson G O S C S Graves Lexington Injured By a Big Firecracker Covington Ky May 26Willi Clark aged 9 years was shot InI the right hand anu badly injures The boy bought a large firecracker and lighting it he throw it into the street There was no explosion for sevtral seconds and he thought tho fire was out He picked up the cracker and just as he did it exploded tearing the palm of his hand and almost blowing off the fingers Proved SelfDefense Russellville Ky May 23The grariit jury Thursday Investigated tho case of Henry Pritchett and Henry Maxwell charged with murdering one Schermanhorn Wednesday night but failed to find a true bill against them A case of selfdefense was provedS Jim Clash Schermanhorns all indicted on a charge of conspiracy to rob Phillips Creek Breaks Loose Newport Ky May 26 Phillips creek at Grant Lick 15 miles south of Newport turned loose and carriedI away a bridge and several hundredI logs the property of Coleman Gosne of that place and also endangered hisi sawmill One or two barns in the neighborhood and several head of cat tIe were reported as having been carried away ShotdMadisonville Ky May 26 Marr accidentalitY shot on an excursion train between this place and Earlington She claims to have picked up a mans coat from the seat and laid It on her lap A pistol l in the coat pocket was discharged The ball passed through the fleshy thighsKentucky May Quarantine Louisville Ky May 24The Ken tuck state board of health will oni Wednesday next declare a quarantine against the state of Indiana on ac count of smallpox unless the governor of Indiana In the meantime takes action that will satisfy the Kentucky board that such a radical step is not necessary The Youngest Grandfather Louisville Ky May 26 Valentine fathery 0eut thbo youngest grandfather ever reported Ziegler has had three matrimonial ven tures and still lives to tell the tale A New Party Louisville Ky May 2GAt tho meeting of the local Central Labor Union Sunday a committee was chose to look Into the matter of orzanisdns a new party to be supported b trgau zed labor 6t I IAT CHURCHILL DOWNS Oconee and Chorus Boy Were the Winning Favorites jI Louisville Ky May 24 Oconee and Chorus Boy the latter In the Gentle mens cup were the only winning favorites at Churchill Downs Friday aft ernoon The rain was falling In tor rents and the track was a sea of mud when the seven gentlemen riders started on their mile Journey Mr Arnold of Cincinnati who had tho mount on Chorus Boy the best of the lot won In a drive with Mr Fetter who was on Masterful Chorus Boy was an odds favorite in the betting and the prices on tho others ranged from 6 to 50 to 1 Outside of tho cup race interest centered on the sec ond race on the card between Harry i New and Hunter Raine and The Rival The latter was favorite and afteri showing the way into the stretch was j beaten by a length by Hunter Rama in a drive I j ITOOK MONEY HOME Ij Louisville Engineers Wife Throws His j rr Months Wages Into Firet Louisville Ky May 23Louls Go fer a railroad engineer went home I with 110 with which to surprise nis I wife To make the surprise more com i plate he bought some fish and wrapped I the money in the brown paper j which went around it Mrs Corer took out the fish and threw the brown paper with the money into the fire When she did not show surprise Cofer asked about it and almost fainted when he learned the truth A Shooting at Lebanon Lebanon Ky May 26ln Husers grocery store on Main street two Ne gross Slaughter Shuck and Chester Lacy quarreled Shuck drove his re volver and fired Lacy made for the rear entrance Shuck followed emp tying his revolver as ho ran He proved a good marksman as four ol ti e five shots fired struck his adver sary whom it Is believed is fatally wounded Shuck alleged Lacy had caused tho separation of him and his wife Church Destroyed By Lightning Carrollton Ky May 24Two and onehalf inches of rain fell hero Thurs day night and it is still raining Great I damage has been done to farms by washouts One of tho largest bridges between this city and Worthville has been washed entirely away Travel is almost stopped The Baptist church at Sanders Ky was struck by light mink and entirely destroyed Loss 1500 Nat Harris Dropped Dead Paducah Ky May l3Nat Harris magistrate and prominent citizen dropped dead Thursday morning aged 61 He was born In Murfreesboro Tenn hut lived many years in Ken tacky Ho was circuit clerk of Muhl onberg county this state 12 years and assistant in the state land office at Frankfort for a long time He Took One Louisville Ky May 26 William Jonnson when in front of the Gross umbrella store saw p sign on some umbrellas Take One Johnson promptly knocked the show window out with a brick and tool one A po iceman took him to jail on a charge of housebreaking Verdict of Life Imprisonment London Ky May lThe jury in the case of Ed Chadwell charged with killing Deputy Sheriff G W Thacker of Clay county brought in a verdict ot guilty and fixed his sentence at life Imprisonment in the penitentiary Big Deal In Cattle Lebanon Ky May 24Young Bridgewater Co sold to Julius Frank of Cincinnati 341 head of cat tie they had been slopping at Cal vary The price paid was six cents and the deal aggregated 24250 Counterfeiters Arrested Hopkinsville Ky May 24J P Miller aged 40 deputy sheriff oLStew art county Tenn and his brother C J Miller aged 20 were arrested early Friday morning charged with making and passing counterfeit money Jennie Ashcraft Gets Two Years Louisville Ky May 26 The jury in the case of Jennie Ashcraft charg ed with the murder of Ed Lambert brought In a verdict of involuntary manslaughter anu fixed tho punish ment at two years in the penitentiary Planted in the Moonlight Paducah Ky May 26 Tobacco planting was begun In this county SatV urday night Many farmers worked all night by moonlight and continued the work Sunday I Cutworm PestI ITheI cutIRobertson county this season than has ever been known They have de v strayed nany cornfields and tobacco beds and have done great damage to gardens Physicians Indicted i Madisonville Ky May 23Every Iuhyslclan in Hopkins county was in J Ucled at the last sitting of the grand jury for tailing to fine a registry ot I fclrtus and deaths As a result 31 phi II- t cicians will hay to uswer c o e 1i j11 lf r i ii- r iY t r J I L lft I i iF F ct 7 r I f rf I r t 1t l 1l 11- ii i sa- Y x I f Y i Y r e t r- ll 3 r kt ry t aR i f lJ i 1 ki THEr HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HftKMAN KY MAY 80 1902 lames the Nominee The Democratic priSjyy electron in this Dfilrlct resulted in the noiniuutiou et the lIon Dili James of Criliend county by the decisive majority of abort 2500 James carried the count of Bullnrd Carlisle Qrittondon Crt 4yell Galloway Marshal Livington Lyon and Trigg Crossland carried Fultoi Hiclunm CJittvo arid Me Cracken li afro w+ c a light voto co 5tiuthroughout Km 1rtrietnnd s o fur ne wl hour no footoil snflicinut to ca auv iary ditiri+ finH Tho urn apparently vill niiiipurt v e uouiinee Jrro uiuIF H t How Will Yon Answer 5 11r Hour the venerable IJjjmb licuu JVu ior from MuvtehuriiHtb IhaH nqneutly boon culled ante conscience i of the Senate nod who differs with his party as to the Philippines puts qthis question to the American people Tho American people have hot tone question to answer They stay an swer it now they tutu take ton years or twenty yenrY or a 5ClItmtiou or rontury to think nf it lint it will not down They must UUKV T it in the ft Cu you lawfully buy with mOIH or get by brute force of arms tho righti to hold in subjugation an unwilling people trod to imposo on thorn ue1i Constitution as you and not tlr think btst of thrui t f Levee Appropriation Tin ltiv r and llirior Bill wluch Contains thofUOOMKI appropriiuitn for tin IficknlBii and Tiptonvill Lev to which liar born in c miuittoe i+ f cou ftrcner the put month hIS irHlv been agreed lo in all details Mutt nuntheunly uwuits till approval of the Pri pmi dout In about l n fhre ftr LIt Riser Commission ailuI w in rtl Louis and mnknllutmlIhi for t year to tho different Jlevee districts afterfO days advertising foj contract ors tile contracts will be let and the work commenced 8200000 is includ din the estimate of the upproprint for the Ilickmau and Tiptonviile Lereo but it iis not 1 Known jwsitirely that c tli0 atufutic ti+ ill bo allotted this yrar fitTho Whito Mans Party Somo of the Indiana Democratic Dis trios have incorporated planks in their platforms declaring tho Democratic part4to bo the Whit jSlau party and thatlfhciVh t sli ttJNindHb l1Cj i this country and ilso in lover of the education and liberal treatment of colored race The declaration also in cludes the brown wen of the Phi I pines and other newly acquired territory The argument is made that tho Demo crats will lose no votes by the decl Ira tion because the nenroosin every Sin the Union vote tho Republican t tit any way no matter what tho issues may bo t + t COTTON SEED OIL MILL Located in West Hickman 850 000 InvestmentIi V ftTbo Richmond Cotton Oil Co head quarters at Chattanooga Tenu have decided to locate a plant at Hickmau j and have located grounds in 1 Ilickman near the railroad elevator onI the railroad and near the river The I railroad company leased them groundt forOOycaryaud the citizens of Hick man donated them additional adjoiniag4lgrounds to tho value of SOO TheI contract for superintending the con struction of the building has been let to Mr Johnson and will be com menced as soon as the material can begotten I 1 on the ground The wholeI plant is to be completed and ready for this years cotton crop 1 This company owns oil mills and fer tilizing plants at Chattanooga Mew phis and Keunett Mo The Hickman t mills will be tho fourth plant owned by this company The company is given a high rate both by Dunn and Brad street The plant at Hickman will employ about 60 men to begin with but the greatest advantage will bo the incentive to cotton planting the oar lint for cotton seed and products of cotton seed ii- r is fjtBOGUS MARRIAGE Charlie Barclay So Charged 1 A young man by the name of Cnarley Barclay was arrested Tuesday in HickTheman county and turned over to the Pul ton county authorities on the charge of victimizing a young lady of Hickman county in a bogus marriage The ydang man and the young woman are residents of Hickman county but the alleged buns marriage is said to 1 have oicurrcdln yearigocouple eloped from their ome in nan county went to Fulton stopped Rt a hotel andfhat Barclay went out intotoW1 to get the marriage liesoleIfeiutC that hV returned to the 1 claiming hotel flier lioailogc doneso and tliaf hcatiElu fooloo f rtttoantilte dyer r minister who performed the After the ceremony they wont to Mar l Tenu where they stopped at a hotel man and wife for some da 1rAfter wards they went to some point on Reel root lake and lived several weeks as married people Thev then returned to Martin where it is charged lh Barclay informed her that the mantle was bogus and abandoned her lI- eu relatives then came to her rescue and sought to have Barclay arrested hi tI1e11wcok The young woman is said belong to a good family and hot trim II claim that she is an innocent umo phisucated country girl and tho feeliuit her behalf is said to bo teTli I Puseusecouatya Barclay we uuderstanJl cUiuV raytout the alledged bogus marr aye r tt trumped11ln and that honwvrMit uipi i nut any way deceive the young wmu +I the hall farts will bo bruiiflit i fir m Xf term of ih+ + uv ii i tII u11 KNEW HK HAD TIME Senator lPatterson ofuturu liku most or his Pupulisiic linilit I 1 1 makingising long spoichop says a ington paper IIn the senate tt- a the other dui ejinitir Ie ev wmt11 t tiiinii overftt Ho v lung x iil1atlrr atcah lit aslunl hIdontI km v hilt hanliy i tryrilt wlailUS Mrl MeMilians1 refily sVtlitt ts1 wl1 Hepew I tliiikI t vilJ iiesthf fur mo III sio A UUllIwhitJ I Ituti ilg tovin InluliI i111 tilwiijs hns the FittP1i words Dcpovv was Itight iieiinlor Pflcrt un tallied for an ho tr In1 IIl1tinIIF lunclieii hlltm kod 1 oigar1 besid s YnndThe ideal husband of the rood strongminded woman has of bionsui ecdote of a public ScakerI hIs there a tutu in nil thsuuitience demanded the female thuthnsthe burden on his wifes shoulders What do you know of xulne work Is there u man here continued folding hor arras lad J2 kin yer h attt t JlIlIY witliSirptrb scorn shut has ever enillgocnjojIj Itlipcookedf misitingIen clothing darned the family stoekin cleiekif necessary day sifter tar unc otheplainingly If there he efts wan in this audience let him rt slup I should really like to 1 look at him r And in the rear of the hullumildlooking man iiiPspectacles in obedience to the summons iiiarose He was the husband of tin eloquent speaker It vcs the first time he hud I aVestRUSSIAt I The idea is still nllotre1 to 1lee in 1uasiu that single life i disgrace to women for there are no old maids except in religious orders If the parent cannot ar dUlIghter thus lost to the gossiping com circuluted furgetfulncsstory foreignhllsbullda inquirefurtheretiquette to suggest doubt under suoh circumstances and the 4theman finally returns ns a broken hearted widow She hay met theI conditions the country and she no longer n single person in so ciety Thus the fiction ornounmarried woolen is preserved in the domain of the CzsrII FULTON COUNTY PRIMARY vote in Fulton I precincts I CrosslandFulton70Lodgton j 2CayceJ UHickman184Sasafrasl Madrid lend no election qqo 31 Crosslands majority in Hickcounty all n CUJlME1CE1EIT SERMON Hickman College Commence meat will i SItSI ORn i 7ESTI usAREPUBLICAN ltepubblicnussays with truth force and eloquence Lt1Fur the Philippine Islands you DeclarationernyuuUlO ittPhilippilllISconvertto derdrselfishness FtuhtI IUVT nod vinaicated it In Cuba rutIi II tree Iunple Jn tine h Ilippiut WnnUl you have tlei hatred Mutt sulIe submission tif a l jugated people For tCiiln tIl have brolt gIIi glory I NEGRO DESPERADO KILLED I I HK ALONEIlullayfteld Ky llay0 l3c b C trey the negro who was shut by ollicers Alf Brown and John liulluway Satutday eyening diedt e morningCarey a deapcraU ni fro when drunk resisted urrrr aiidoa iris way toihu county jailI utuukrdII1 Iuliccman Brown trod had iiiu pinned nguinstan old building and would hat made short work of the olllcer but for the timelas GallowayFourl neglat short range tin ee taking elleet One vent through the Ijti Lurwghig his spinal column The third in the bunk was only a flesh wound The agonyCarey tilt bct lugioes Hud best workers in the e unty whent 1 snberhu t dt plr ate when drinking He was fear cd ni y nil bttl white and block unit 3uperhtnnutltenHe killed his wife some years since with his fist Upon one nc- ra iiun he whipped live brother and at another time three olllcei and two outsiders and Invaded urn rest Public sentiments in favor of the dllcert m AkMEDslteY Worhl 1 tMtfng8r rrnt JthW t Iluaac rushed into the root Jf thei Chief Clerk of the Ordiiune Bns DepartmentG dge or the Presidents pistols 1 lit said horridly A clerk gnu thtcartridges ahd gave themI te the 11bmessenger fret uously back to the White House Three minutes after hehadM ricen cartridges to the President the It1re l ullopiugy his orderly aia two biGclt polio c pisIhegpcsridingHe shoaldlyl I i I urJsepjjfe THE EARTHQUAKE MENACE Scientists know o great der about volcanoes and earthquakesi hiss tory and understand Jtifa general way the cause of thesejl outbreaks anal upheavals of nature Their knowledge however js only iini the nature of an intellectual sa isfaction rusher than 4ff practical benefit in times of danger They cannot tell the goinh Jas can the rising and receding of the moon They cannot niore than guess where a mountain will in fire and smoke tieeriu l approximateI lae Inzilrsmoke years C chimney of a steamboat up at a wharf taking freight tiedI1 I residents in the 11Inbecomci Lion as they are to a bonfire on election night Still that seem isgly somnolent well of firo may suddenly belch forth SnLt has time to say n pray r Socall edextinct volcanoes that have shown no sign of activity within andint t rs e I have been 1picnic parties lor yea rs 4 are by ro means reliable ThcyI IIupII accumulated in thatII their burnt bosom f almost in a twinkling and with little time + I cu1bconwc I i imaginethtyglory i v jj ai I Tbe csbline diwehaveecrshown Ic e 1 u uL = LOADS1 I I TWO C R 1 1ItJ I We have two carloads of strictly high grade rgirs then the seHing them under it guarantee for ono year under ordinary use Come in andl examine our stock More 10ne7Lor tIfyou wish you tain lring 11in n well sionei upI note for 75 made payable Sept 11t idol we will send you home in a new IJaycloo or Anchor Bugger with a Jw Stt of hHlllSH I j I HICKMAN KENTUCKY o I o MISS CAMMIE WISEMAN DEAD Miss Camuiie Wiseman died at her fathers homo in Last Hickman Mootday night 12 in nod wna buried 2 H darUgqd rq 9fThus line the mecsengrofGott borne away another gentle loving trustful pirit She was so quiet and gentle in her manner sweet and winning iu hers way Site loved religion loved the Master and has only stepped out okthis imperfect earthly school of selfish 055 sin and ignorance into the great university of heaven where God is its teacher The atnloaphero andclimate pure where the seasons change not and the flowers redo not but always fresh and its inmate novel grow old For tho linger of time with it wither Hig trod blightiug touch shall be stilled by the omnipotent touch of theinloroEb ourIout strong and active that we may drink in knowledge as it flows from his groat heart through his tjraciou lips to mako us wise Ior now we seq through a glass darkly but then faco to face now we know in part but then we shall know llns wo are known for wo shall sec him as he is NATURAL BRIDGE FOR SALE Virginia wants tho government to Floodtof the Tenth Virginia District which embraces Kockinbridge county has iintroduced into congress a bill pro viding for the purchase by the national l andSparkWashington rockbnear a now resting place for visitors Close to the name of Washington are those of Marshal Monroe Clay Burton Jack sou Van Buren and Sam Houston A Nearly inlal Knnnwny- ofil I defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bncklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c at Cowgill x Cow gills drug store BOLTERS Mr Mack of Buffalo dem antic national commitleeman tom New York assumcl to speak for Mr Bryan when he says that no man who bolted the ticket in 1800 or in 1900 can receive the democratic nomination for president two years hence Probably there will not be much objection anywhere to this propo sition There are not many actu oreil mentioned ns possible democratic nndidates in Iflpl V SA Heideioici Suwssors to E E REEVES CO =u CUBA UBRfc The accounts of the demon stration by tho people+ of Cuba on Ll18 occasion of independence utstiially c milJgto the island otifh trtiT H witlH tf1lrogll1 lit 1fmi the heart of crony American who has right learned the lesson of freedom flies come to every Child in this country Wo ought to thereiswords lint do we hilly fi Is theta not a possibility that the south men t lias become somewlmt dond eued by foo greiita cover of words Ve sing Mj country tis of thee Swcet land of liberty Do we ronlizo that it is sweet lihcrtrProbablyfather win knew it when it was not sowlniui independence had not been cunIi erans of the revolutionary war these lines had n significance that nppreciutePerhaps We road how the young people danced and sung for jay oral how togged old soldiers who had fought for Cubas freedom wept glad tears How much it means to them The captive bird from cage set free the slave who feels his shackles falling from his limbs the pris goer emerging from behind the steno walla that shut him inII mastJ feciing Oflstruggle WORK OF THE JOKESMITH It seems to me to grumbled u member of the committee on res olut ions it is taking us u mighty long time to gut up a declaration if 1tllcic51 keel lrntlon N or principles indignantly exclaimed the chair man Thunder were getting up u platform Chicago Trib tineYou tonightWilham s wife Anything wrong Well rather replied the loial Molder of opinions An indig nant subscriber mine into the neurljpunchedpcsonMy goodness 1 exclaimed the hopehepaperChicago Husband I think we had better give up our new pev in church during the summer months my clear11ifeWb should we do tha t Husband Well Im going into the ice business and if there is one thing 1tlctest more thou ant ocritoChicagoNews1 e NewsllobbieYou prservesytoldoft otherYess Bolbic to satheydt etentdidntfothnrYefS didntOh ARKANSAS AN LOUISIANA i Are bestteache the otton el whit line run I directlythroughI isiana and Texas se am s either reach direct or m e o tSouthwest s P I tt t Li I HometobJRcajpsare raiswl and where people s0i10 ttJper write for a copy of our hatj at vtuty isome booklets lloiincs in the SnutheastMissourlMkan Northwest r J Tltrougbinut IILben1 L 1 tJl iII q Ii1 i tlff i i y l c J 3- t A 1t e 1 lkS f 7a a l a 3 4r 4I i i J1 y w s i ig I z Tri ri I r F- c 1c i c J It 3 tli tlI tlz r w Y rrI rI r n r I 1F I t tIh r i l 1 Closing Out Salei Mave decided to rlose out i ofe Bry Goods Notions Shoes and Slip pers Hats antI Pants Trunks and P Traveling Bass at and below J o fii ft COSTof I r iilefm what I say so it wiIlIIn to your interest to liUigai11SIyelW01hhA fine lot of Apron Gingham at oe ff worth t 1 12 A nice lot of the newest shades in Jrb1S GOODC will be sold cheaper than was ever known lbefore 7c Lawn to go atr 12c Lawn to go at Sic 15c Lawns to goat lOco 20c Lawns to go at 12 Big lot of Dress GingharilThe lOc goes at 8ic The loc goes at 10c Silk Ginghams worth 30cgoat lOC 15cilercerizedc paellas worth 20c will be sold at 12ic The J2c for Sc 15pSocMens and Boys Shirts sell for Boc worth 65e I Will sell lIens Hate from oOc to 2QO which will be below cost Ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers front oOc to 150 worth J100 to 250 pricoA0 on the dollar yardNeilsBoys suits at 78 c worth 125 III 100H 175 = j T25 il S200 c 1 Sri cc j175 X250 L D SIMMONS BUCHANANS CORNER S t OfI1l roClltr C r J ttyeyteyeyty eylyty N c ST L R R SCHEDULE I LEAVE IIIOKJIAX No 3 Leaves 20u p m No 91 Leaves 760 p m Ko 55 Leaves 700 am ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 p in- No 92 Arrives 720 n m No 54 Arrives 840 p m Mrs Porter Shumate will visit her want Mrs Ed Vrathor next Moudny for gin fort days Miss Rubie Burnett daughter of Mr JJave Burnett writs awarded a High School Diploma at the Tiptonville AcademyMr Madson of Tiptonville visited our city several days BRICK FOR SALE Good Tirick at 075 on the yard RUTLEDGEz492r y Tho Prohibition Alliance will meet atMrs S M Hnbbards Monday Juno 27 p ui All members and friends of temperance respectfully invited to at tendCircuit Clerk Morris is spending soy oral diys in the Rockspnng neighbor hood aud upper end of the county this week WANTEDStock to pasturo A 11 SHAW State Line iceVat Fulton have announced that they will deliver no ice on Sundays Rev E B Ramsey is one of those who com mend the stand taken by the Wades Miss Pearl McUuce who is one of the faculty at Carr Institute left today for her home in Bov ling Green Ky Miss McGehee is one of the most popular young ladies that visits Fulton aj has many admirers among the 00Jj meny Leader AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes Toilet Waters Soaps Talcum Powders Pace Powders JEtocan bo found at Swaynes Drug Store J1 Rt Senator Hoar Is certainly right in miJthtcIoi ample that we have sot for ourselves which is worthy of all imitation ATTENTION FARMERS gradeofMrsRenlleyLaclode proved to ho an evening of pleasure to each of us thelatoeditor of the Louisville Times It is whohasmain with the paper 500 ACRES WHEAT LAND oOO acres applyRMayor Tom Dillon and wife loft Sunday night for Detroit Mich where they go as delegates to the Catholic Knights mud Ladies of America An mm Convention Mrs Gyp Reynolds daughter of Mr Jeff Clay is seriouslyI ill at her home near Union City Elder John B Farrow of Alamo Tenn will fill his regular appoint mentafcMt Hermon next Sunday at 11 oclock and 8oclocknt niehl Every body invited to attend these services You will find Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGS Grassland carried Fulton county by 91 majority and Ilickman county by 47 reported I 1NowCity of Pittsburg have struck their steamers for the last tune the old talk of reinvigorating the Cincinnati Louisville and Memphis line by adding a boit or two from the upriver flotilla has been revived It is said the Vir ginia Queen City Avalou nnd Sun shine will form the line and that there will be a boat each week all taking passengers and freight for points south of Memphis A CARD EDITOR COURIER Will you kindly permitus through the Courier to ex press to neighbors and friends our grateful acknowledgement and thanks for their continued kind and Christian attention and love to ns in our affliction and bereavement in the sickness and death of our beloved daughter J P WISCMAX AND FAMILY f Mrs R Glasor ann Rrandatighler Miss Lillian Buroh arc visiting rejir tires in Cairo III Miss Adrial Atwioll of Portjrojui Texas M visiting her aunt Mrv 1 Millet for several t1nsIMrand Mrs T T1 Swayne t tamped S of their young married friends lust Tui sduy evening1 by giving a qjarjl partyR MfcG CowPtft never stretch only at AMBERGSjSV Mrs II A Nussbauiii and little fgn Paul returned to their homo Wednes day in Cope Girardoau after a several weeks wit to her parents PEAS FOR SALEOlay Peas S175 Whippowill Pens 200 Peas are clean and first ClUBS A M SHAW State Line KjW Miss Puul tie Beckman left on tlje Pftteni Lee for Cape Giradeau where she will spend the summer with lien sister 1 If you want Uio latest thing in slip- per8 see tho E P Reed line at AMBERGS- Mr II Carnegie would have paid that j twenty millions the Spaniards euchred us out of after they had been whippejl on land and sea if he could have mug duced the Administration to give the islunds up to thoso to whom they right fully belonged Tho investment would have boen a good one for a patriotic American Miss Annette King has returned homo from a two weoks visit to her friend Mrs R T Curd in Paducah and to her sister Mrs Jackson in Clinton She was accompanied homo by Mrs Jackson Mrs NJ Comm and children are visiting hor father D1 Baker at Bradford Teun this week Miss Genevieve Young an acconi piished young lady of Martin and one specially accomplished in music was visiting in Hickman Wednesday She is an applicant for a ixMitiou in nick man college 1 More new houses being built in Ilick uun this year Milan any your for 25 wars Imast Miss and childrens high gfajle slippers Shoe Store RICE A NAYLfl Its The TennPMee State DenM o rtl6Cpn ventinn is in s sseon at Nashville Col Frazier of Chatt tnoog1 is the only candidate for Goyenor nUll will be tho nominee Thu decision of the c premo Court of Tennessee as to iho ownership of Reel foot Lake is printed in this wtok Courier because it was telegraphed Wand so published in several Daily pa pers So far as we know the decision was so announced but there is tu ont yetboonSTRAYED OR STOLEN Half mile south of Hiukman Horiflay thlll one sorrel snare ten year bltrfaceiiuujuuuui tolerable heavy mane and tail one sicar OninSIcleor orjgnrLCaUSO1 n6uolgWIUJrewarded If JM Wily Hickmau Kyj this There seerus to bo four asplrais fOr Repullicnn nomiaatlio fore ntre nfrom the Firt district to wit Jtn c Porter of rntonEd 1 nrl v otPaducah Ed fhomna + f Fulton antiMai llanlwrrv of Cd tlInorcaronJri thought it T I MtClctcouunIU andselect IMGrUlllrA i tawyorforSoimiethingi hauJtiuJ outside of a store ino York ftnllolteredsuethimsiKDintorkeeperrouitlGrnberlheerlul1r CtheSee the line of wash goods at- AMBERGS J prominentlawyerOomJUonPlensDistrictdiedllillnrd andKlllnrichurchneurdtlauttmjust completedescapednntiis hunting It ruoedLeesregardedhimwascrpturedcrazy The alittlepiclued oflUnitedStatesstatue of Rocliambenu so has looked thatPredrickrevolutionary cause He will present a statue of Fredrick oVertoNayloriISummer llelleCnrttrl charge of killing her husband was un able to agree and was discharged tobeNeatPCmtpoorshowingIf he were the son of an ordinary citi zen his deficiency as a scholar would not have boen aired from one end of the country to tho outer however there is ample time and opportunity for young Sheridan to prove himself the worthy sou of his sire SlippersrorRICE A NAYLOR llssimssippi defendant asked a man in the court room speaking to an old negro No boss was the rjply Inint done nothing to bo called names like that Tso got a lawyer here what does the ylmit1sochickens D timor News Mr M B Shaw and mother left Wed ugsday mght to spend several week visiling relatives in Virginia Now line of H G Corsets at- AMBERGS MlMf Aimr SOT IN HEAVEN ON TIME IVbiogtttU 25 rlIiJl 4 Gar i AW ritl 1L 1 furtlt htd lliOT0 J f V 1nVVu h rrt ii Ie wuiid rtiui ix CY n CPi inm Luff iVntu ot Polo tlo- jj this rveiiiiiK I 1 remember ue that adorned the jcemetery at LadvUl iu the palmy j days of that yreat miaiuir camp It I UrrtooluIi ow n a character had his cistrii4 r U ntiuaUd I prematurely Hi WAS 11 gout follow in tin main and nut without friends Om of the dead mans aiueiatea in deep grief over his demise erected wooden slab over his grave on which be had written in large letters r Mini OBrien departed for heaven at 9 30 a m A local humorist happened along followfug Leaven 420 p m OBrien not yet arrived Intense excitement Time worst expected Hickman College Commencement Commencement sermon will be preached at the St Pants church Jane 1 1902 by Rev Archer Boucher The annual concert will be held at the City Hall Tltursda f evening Jane 5 spmow memzcenment exercises Friday evening June 08 p in at City Hall A LATE CASE Last Thursdiiy the Kentucky court ut vppetilH handed iU wif n decision that the compensation of n city officer cannot be changed after his election or during his tem ni The case u Wadsworth vs the citr of Mayaville which was appealed front the Mason circuit court i ICE CRrVM SUPPER BRAN I DANCE BAKUECtK On Wedneada Nighti June 2J there will be an Ice Cream SapiKr Bran Dance and Barbecue at the foot of No S chute Near John Stowes bonse be I StrungBaudI lUinwnooII bp Deputy LUTHKll WATSON A BRO I ManagersICONGRK8S ADJOURNED i ii Citizens who are startled ab tho iI suggestion that Congress may run I thomI was the time originally set by theI I management for adjournment b It that was defeated by the fierce i ness of the dispute of the Cuban i tariff and the iinsistence of debut ing the Pbiilippim civil govern ment bill in the Senate It is still possible to adjourn by or before tho 1st of Tub The appro priution bills are well rlong A lot of important businoss will bi laid over until next winter 0 ELLISONS f Hot Weather Ifems r J t Hammclcks 1 150 to 3 Ice Cram Freezers Best Make I Iqt 2 150 2 175 3h r 200 4 4 225 WaterlCoolers 175 to250f Oil Stoves 90c to 125 ir f Ice Picks 5 and lOc j VyJLemon Squeezers 10 to 25c Milk Coolers 20 to 4gc ti r Screen Doors and Windows Screen Wire Spring Hinges c In Grocers Department r0 t r r ELLISONS p i l 1d Ioiotr0 0- ii p1i JT Wm CAIRO IfOHTGOfIOY HKIDUH vClTRONELLE 14OOlLE HEW ORLEANS CITRONELLE IN THE PINES A Resort GOlf HUNTING fSSHING RIDING DRIVING For some Pleasure aet Heaiffi Seekers Attractions Elevation 360 Feet cottagesneither betweenStenjoytngthobenetitoltwo and an accommodation train between Citron elle and Mobile V Write JNO M IIEALL Assistant General ssenger Agent St Louis forallparticulara JIEJllIIIS HOKMMi NEWS After several vexatious delays nnd breakdowns the now Memphis Morning News has overcome its obstacles and u now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all tho Maul phis territory and gives the news of this section Its telegraphic service is snporb The Memphis Weekly News will ap pear May 28th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly Xo Loss of Time eI hayo sold Ohnmberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather be Out Of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could RO lie farther and they are at work apain this morning n R Phelps 1limoth Oklahoma As will bo seen by tho above the threshers were able to keep with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by Cowgill A Cowgill cINTERCHANGEABLE 1000 MILE TICKETS Are ffbw being sold by tho Nashville Chattanooga J St Louis Railway good over Railway and Steamer Lines in the Southeast comprising more than 13000 miles Rate 82000 Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling with in the next twelve mouths buy one of those tickets You will save money They are on sale at principall ticket offices Where they are not on sale they may bo ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLEY General Passeneer Agent Nashville Penn c rThe reviewing authority in passing on the findings of the court 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should bo the distinguishing twits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all members ofth8 familySubscription price 31 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your sabscriptioM or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC fVStLOtuis Mot r Y r t I It t 4 4t l nl nr na tI ti tI ti taI i i I I I i Tt 7 I It t r 7 1r 01 I t- L J 1 t i t ti i I ir r r tr A t i I f r 1- a Y- i t r t i i 1 f 4 Ii Ii i J 4 4I 4c 4rI 4t A 5 a DXS if1if 1 1 yTIMr tflixabeYn SCuucC Pteps T was one of those crossings 0 such as you see anywhere in well settled parts of New England with gates like long white arms which swing up and down to warn the public of danger The railroad was a suburban route a short busy bustling line that sent out 40 trains a day over a circuit of 16 miles It Van by a dozen little stations each representing a pretty suburb with homes as happy as can be found in the country The sub urb of which we speak bore the beau tiful name of Sunshine The arms of the gates were raised high in the air pointing steadily straight to the skies No train was expected for 13 minutes The gate tender had gone into the gate house and sat down alone he was not allowed to entertain company in the gate house and he looked enviously across the truck at nuuc men who were hanging about the grocery he would have liked to hear the story they were laughing at but a gate tender cannot be frivo lousThese men were leaning against the walltwo customers and the depot cab driver One of the customers was hugging an impressive order of salt pork and sugar and kerosene to his breast The other was affectionately cherishing a paper package of butter One man was lounging on the steps He sprawled at full length He had his hat over his eyes for the May sun was hot lie was smoking lie usual ly was It could not be said that he p was usually doing anything else un- less perhaps he were occupied in getting drunk He was a marked man in Sunshinan idle fellow in a busy place a scapegrace in a decorous com munity What did those pluguy railroad commissioners do about grade cross ingsOne of the customers the butter customer put this question in a heav ily injured tone They recommended Vtu replied the sugar and salt pork customer soothinglyI Theyd better snarled the butter customer I netIFourteen said the man on the step lIe did not remove his pipe from his mouth and his tone was muffled ac cordingly Well said the first customer Tim knows He picked up the pieces of most of em My butters busted added thcspea gloomily Utsrunnih up my sleeve 1 give 25 cents a pound or it too readytonature common to some children and many drunkards and the curly hair that often goes with it I Nobodys Tim was one of the ruins of the great civil war the remains of splendid had done fine deeds in war that flashed out the best of his character and then had been beaten in peace by the worst There was indeed a story about a wound at Gettysburg and Tim used to say that something was wrong with his heart when he tried to work But few believed it and no one cared for Tims aches and ails Theres the colonel said the cabdriver suddenly com in down the autogobutdoutrcome home so early Say Tim theres yeBut on his feet He had seen the colonel be fore any one else had Who knew what Nobodys Tim did not see under shelter of that old brown felt hat Tim stood silently He followed the automobile with his sad and sunken ridingithbeen re1rsTheautomobile up and rushed by Tim stood at attention He Btraightened his shoulders Drink and poverty and misery and sickness and advancing age had never quite taken figure11eInto positioncpn his head All that was soldierly in the loafer awakened at sight of his colonel As the carriage puffed by Nobodys Tim saluted re spectfullyThe glancing under his wifes Jace sunshade saluted the drunkard gravely in return Afterward he was glad to remember that lie had done this Nobodys Tim flushed with joy at the recognition but he did not speak Jf any one had noticed there was a quiver in the mans lips As he stood e smoking he began to hum below his breath VMIti eyes have wen the glory of the corn ing of the Lord A little girl tried to standstill while the nurse was getting her white arms into pink slbevesI This was a dim cult proellureuo one could under stand how dHTicuUv unless one were a baby girl of three and in a hurry to go out to walk She was all pink and white this dainty little ladydP white dress rose ribbons little pink broadcloth coat and a hat oftilkmulllwith rosebuds Her were of dark dull green wHh tiny bellookcclliIiCanntnewas Rosamond as a matter of course Everybody knew hbiv her fa ther felt about that babythe child J of his middle life and early agehis only one He came to bid her goodby that day before he went out on the automobile with her mother He fold ed the little girls arms about his neck and laid his dark cheek to hers and kissed her more softly than hermother did and not so many times but each kiss seemed to count for more for some reason Rose shall ride with papa next time he said to comfort her And Jane will be careful=very careful Jane added the colonel with his mil itarymanner UF member all that we have told you about the lake and the cars and the crossings And big dogs interrupted the childs mother And the citric cars added the fatherAnd cows suggested the mother And if you should meet a fire en gine finished the father Theydid not meet a fire engine Jane held the childs hand tight as they passed the lake They made the cross ings without any trouble There were no cows And the only big dog they met was a particular friend and neighbor of Roses who offered to escort her and take care of her But Jane told him it was against her orders so he turned away and stayed at home In the squareso fate had willed itthey met the only danger against which the nurse had not been warned This was the grocers boy Tie was Janes very particular grocer boy and she stopped to speak to him Mine eyes have seen the glory of the com Ing of the Lord Nobodys Tim was still singing Jn his wasted tenor muffled and interrupted by the pipe which had not left his lips NOBODYS SALUTED RESPECTFULLY except for a moment when the colonel passed fj iV othcrLj man Sawnriyihing7TiriTliirU Teen every thing It was then that the pipe came out of his mouth It covered the side walk with splinters God Araighty groaned Tim The colonels baby The long lean arms of the gates had droppedand stretched themselves mightily across the street A grown person could not pass their strong barricade unless by deliberately stoop ing under and so evading it but to the baby girl there was no barricade at all The arms of the gate escaped the topmost rosebud or her rosewhite rosepink hat by several inches And the childsomething scornful of the nurse something disdainful of llithe grocers boy had continued her walk in a pretty solitary dignity which comes at times on little maids likelier When Tims pipe came out of his mouth the colonels Rose had stepped under the arms of the railway gate And the train- Afterward the gate tender swore that the train was 40 feet away But what are 40 feet And the baby girl suddenly seeing the monster bewild ered by the roar and smoke and steam confused by the horror that she could not understand put up her lips and began to cry and stood still upon the trackIt was then that a man leaped the gate and dashed into the throat of death with a cry whose joyousness rings to this day in the ears of every soul who heard it As he hurled him self upon the child his old faded felt hat fell off and the May sunlight brought out the gold in the brown of his curly hair He flung the baby girl high into the air A dozen arms were outstretched to catch Jier She came down against somebodys neck without a bruise Nobodys Timhow will never be known whether he caught his foot or whether there was anything in that story about his heart and the wound at Gettysburg however it happened No bodys Tim fell He did not rise They gathered his poor body tender ly remembering when they did so how he had himself performed this pitiful service for so many other poor bodies Gn the railroad which waited for the commissioners to vote about grade crossingsand somebody picked up Somebothe old brown felt hat What shall we do with him ForNobodys Tim hadneitherownfolksThen out of the whichhadsquareuddenoicIll take him to my house And I I will No We will No let us And the voices strove with one another till it seemed as if all Sunshine were to be toTimFor in the flashing of a noble deed Nobodys Tim had become Everybodys Tim and the dohimNow at this moment the silvertrail of a distant steam carriage could be roadHolddriverUThatssomething Memorial day dawned clear hot and shining as it almost always is Xo one in Sunshine went to the baseball games or cared for the bicycle races on the sacred national festival of that year but all Sunshine followed the pathetic remnant of the Grand Army when the grayhaired group formed to escort their homeless dead comrade from the colonels home morningthatnot work that he had neither place nor name nor character among his neighbors Everyone remembered rather how kind he was and how gen nrous of impulse what good company TIM he was and what a pleasant smile he had this hero whp had lived among 11igm ill dtguii e rtinregarl7edrandlneg lected for so long As they bore him down the colonels granite steps and out into the street the Grand Army veterans sang in their broken voices Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord A chorus of trained singers had start ed the battle hymn as the colonel asked but when the veterans took it up every other voice was hushed nobody else could singand the vet erans finished the hymn aloneaThen the beating breaking heart of the military music throbbed in and 1XobodJshad been the general Blotted out in irhoi Christian faith wished she could have owned the hero The flag folded rim as if it were proud of him But the colonel with bared head stood a littlE asifer did the commanding oflij cer of the old regiment saluted the unseen spirit of the dead private as a soldier salutes his superior Then the drum of the veterans sounded taps for Tim and three volleys rang across Ibis grave after taps an unexpected thing occurred Some one led up the little girl all in white and her arms were Theseslieputdsicately of blossoms under which Everybody Tim was laid away Ilosamond kissed the roses before she put them down it was her own idea Xo one spoke or stirred while she did this and after ward no one added a flower Then the child this too was her own ides quite naturally knelt down upon the flowers and shut her eycsand tllatnlltheNow I lay me down to sleep J keepIf Ansen Well said one of the Grand Army men with the back of his hand at his eyes I guessshes wuth it caughtherupon her soft hair He did not speak The saluted awayYouths i r ARTHLAND dijtodayby ammotef ne VI 0 Southland pluck th hide the battle line No more the cannons roar is beard as once at rail IerunTheThe grass Is growing long and green where sleep the young and F- And c Pea graveWI l lt bravel I FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington May 21SenateThe jubject of the concentration of the In labltants In the Philippines into amps was a leading topic of the dis cussion cf tho Philippine bill in tho senate Tuesday HouseFor a third time within a week the house has Instructed Its conferees on matters of dispute be tween the senate and house Tuesday The Instructions were given on amend ments in the army appropriation bill before the conferees had even con sidered the matters In controversy The motion to Instruct was made by Mr Cannon 111 chairman of the ap propriations committee It was resisted by Mr Hull chairman of the committee on military affairs and the somewhat spirited debate which followed developed antagonism between the committees The amendment at which Mr Cannon aimed was that which increased the approprla tion for military posts from three to four million dollars A resolution of fered by Mr Hltt chairman of the foreign affairs committee felicitating Cuba on her independence was passed unanimously A bill amending the passport law was passed The re- maInder of tho day was devoted to private claims bills Washington May 22SenateBef- ore the senate resumed consideration of the Philippine bill it adopted a resolution congratulating the republic of Cuba upon Its entry into the family of Independent nations and tho secretary of state was directed to transmit the resolution to the president of the re public The senate also ordered the Associated Press account of the cere monies of the transfer from the United States to the Cuban authorities printed in the Congressional Record and as a public document HouseThe house began considera tion of tho Immigration bill Wednes day The principal speech was made by Mr Shattuc 0 chairman of the committee on Immigration He was especially severe in his condemnation of the manner In which immigrants are Introduced through Canada and by Canadian railway and steamship companies Mr Underwood Ala gave notice of an amendment to provide an educational test and much of the discussion during the day was upon this subject Tho house earlier In the day settled three contested elec tion cases In favor of sitting members and passed a number of bills of minor ImportanceWashington May 23SenateA notable contribution to the discussion of the PhlYspine question was made In the senaTe Thursday by Mr Hoar Mass His views on the subject are well understood and by the expression of them Thursday was profoundly In teresting and even impressive When the venerable senator began to speak every senator at the capitol was in his seat and for the two hours and a half his address consumed he was accord ed the most careful attention not on ly by his colleagues on the floor but also by the people In tho thronged galleries House The house resumed discus Almostiliamendment offered by Mr Underwood tAlaj requiring an educational test fer immigrants to this country It was adopted The house disagreed to the amendments of tho senate to the omnibus public building bill and It was sent to conference An amend requiring printed In the Congressional Record before being presented to the house Washington May 24SenateAtemperate and carefully prepared speech was delivered In the senate Friday on the Philippine bill by Mr Du bois Ida He confined himself al most entirely to a discussion of the commercial end industrial aspects of the Philippine question his purpose being to show that It would be a dis advantage to the people of this coun try to retain the Islands HouseThe house devoted the day ito private pension bills and to a few other minor matters Mr Loud Cal criticised the special pension legisla tion as a disgrace and drew emphatic responses from Messrs Sulloway N In Sulzer N Y and Miers Ind in all 105 private pension bills wera passed The house adjourned until fMonday In order to participate in the 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universal sympathy of Hie jrorld is One of the most hopeful signs of the coming of the kingdom of Heaven on earth declares Rev Dr Joseph K Mason of Chicago he this same compassion toward the un fortunate is called forth not by the unusual as in this sad event but by the poor why are always with us humanitySuchof Divine wrath as some are sayingI nnimpartinlbenlolence itof the comparatively few dreatl ins as it is is the salvation of the many for volcanoes are natures safety valves We shall learn some day not to defy tIle laws of God in nature and in morals AH things are ours if we are on Gods side but if we build our cities on the sides of volcanoes or our nations on corrupt and selfish principles which disregard the rights of the people or our personal characters on defiance of conscience which is the voice of God within the soul of man we must ex pect calamity and suffering- In conclusion the preacher spoke of the tender sympathy all men must feel for the sufferers in such a calamity as that of Martinique and of the de pressed sense of responsibility coming to those who dwell in lands where such visitations of nature are unknown 3InnK True CSrcnlnexn The recent horror In Martinique says Rev L A Crandall D D corn pels a pause and serious thinking about mans boasted greatness With the coming of a new century we have been busy recounting mans victories over the forces of nature now nature wipes out of existence 30000 people in 30 seconds of time as if to compel recognition of her supremacy Van magnificent electricity but when nature puts forth her useful forces the works of men go down in utter ruin Mans greatness cannot safety be built upon the place which he occupies in the uni verse This world which is his home is but an insignificant speck among the countless worlds which Tang in space Man himself iis but for a little hour and then goes down to decay and dust Xo wonder that the psalmist looking upon the wonders of the starsown sky cried but What is man that thou art mindful of him Mans true greatness lies in the fact thai the Infinite is mindful of him The volcano is now a phenomena IyersuEart11quakes again and again The cyclones have desolated the dwellings of men The floods have swept away cities and towns The burning sun has made a desert of the gardens The cold has frozen the harvests God has not given us a secure place in this world lie has declared that we have here no continuing city We act however as though we were to remain where we now live This life is only the frag ment of life We treat it as though it were all We build and plan as the children in the sand upon the sea shore Jonly to have the next wave destroy our toys In view of death coining to us wayiceChrist who conquered death a TIunlnettM Religion Can a business man succeed in business if he conducts his business on Christian principles asks Dr C M Coburn a Chicago pastor In reply to his own question lie declared He can succeed in no other way Can every business man succeed then in getting 10000000 who conducts his business on Christian principles No but most men will get as near to it es if they conducted their business on different principles It is not absolutely necessary to be honest in order to keep poor The deacon who said in meeting Brethren Ive been a tryin for 40 years to serve the Lord and get rich both to onct and I tell you its mighty hard sleddinV would probably have been oruthe county if he hadnt tried to serve the Lord I never knew a man to fail simply because of his honesty and integrity The Bible agrees with common experience in the teaching that the chances of success in business are not decreased but largely increased if a man tarries his religion into his business And his accumulations are Jikely to stay in the family longer Integrity has a commercial value A man who has a reputation of being on honest man and a true Christian has a better chance of getting on his eetagain when he falls down He will not commit suicide he willsay his prayers and with a brave heart try it again A man in such a condition does not suffer so much from his liabilities s from his unreliabilities The man who lives according to Bible rules will be temperate frugal prompt energetic diligent in busi ness lie will not speculate with other peoples money or use his own in gam blink orjclissipation He will be trcj from themoral cracks through which FO many fortunes leak away He will be courteous and considerate of those shorn he employ and will attend to nis employers interests as if they were jiis own In every time of strain he will have the quietude and strength and hopefulness that itjnan always has who believes Ills steps ere ordered of the Lord and thisitf a treat resent force to jwsh one to success t The fact is as somebody has said God Almighty has fixed things in this world so that it pays to do right llighteousness has the promise el the life that now is as well as that which is to come Men with a genius for business can succeed financially on un- Christian principles but the same man could probably have made as great or greater success if he had been Chris tian in his dealings And it must not be forgotten thct even financial sue cess cannot be fully inliieured until we take Into account what becomes of the money and what effect it hAs had upon the children and family of the man called successful nCoitcIouie of Coil With the incoming of the Christt life the feet of God is brought from the realm of the speculative into that of personal consciousness is a thought brought out by Rev G Gambols slo- eeon The one overwhelming truth is God and all other experiences are judged and placed by their relation thereto The fact of God may not al ways be the uppermost in the mindI of the Christian He will not noses sarily always be mentally repenting his belief nor will he be constantly reminding himself of that belief These exercises prove weakness rather thani strength of conviction There willlH a constant consciousness of GodI which will flash out into restrictive and expansive application through all1I the various circumstances of the ever changing days holy wonderfully this was true f I the life of Jesus may be discovered breading through the Gospels especial ly those of Matthew and John and tab elating His references to This Father It will be discovered that He lived a life conscious of the presence of hi Father submissive to the authority His Father and confident in the wis dom and power of His Father All the circumstances of the days and all the values of words and deeds and all the issues of life were tested and tried iin that consciousness To alt those in whom Christ lives there comes the same consciousness and it produces like effects The life thus homed in God enters upon new views and new feelings Jhe first and basal change is intellectual The God consciousness proves much Remembering that the God of whom the Christian is conscious is God resealed in Christ it wilt at once be seen how the enlightened intelligence rests in the fact of his perfect justice Mists and mysteries maystill en shroud the appearance of the hour but the Christian knows that eternal justice holds unceasing vigili and metes out unswerving truth Though the method may seem strange the is sue is assured The Judge of all th earth wit do right Yet this is not all Christ has spoken to men from the bosom of the Father and the heart of the Christian knows thatt mercy is as truly the way of God anti s justice knows moreover that in the great mystery of the cross these have met so that now justice operates in mercy and mercy delivers in justice This issues in the assurance that in spite of all the appearances of tls things that are near Gods victory is assured and so there is ever in the heart of the Christian the triumphi song of the day that is coming and through all the conflict of today lie endures as seeing him who is invisi ble The result of thus is a new moral consciousness All life being set in this new relation to God then man becomes keen of scent in his fear The beauty of tolinesgand the deformity of sin are clearly seen Righteousnes- is now seen in its larger issue in th victory of God and sin in its deeper doom as defeated by God Then all conduct is measured not by the sat is faction of the sensuous moment but by its relation to the eternal verities Now the things that appeared only harmless and of little account to near sightedness are seen to be of mighty moment when seen in the perspective and proportion of the eternities 1i Eternal Pniii liiiieiit Rev W K Newell of the Chicago Moody Bible Institute spoke on Eternal Punishment but his sermon for the most part took a brighter turn Among other things he said The book of John was written for the purpose of leading people the way of salvation Because you belong to a religious family go to church and give money to the poor does not mean that you are saved You must be born again Let me say to the unsaved that when you get in tIlt Christian spirit Christ increases and you decrease Salvation is so simple that folks miss it- You cant find fault with God for punishing sinners You would find fault with the mayor and police of Chicago if they did not punish the lawbreakersIts ugly ktubborness in the human heart that causes unbelief l f there is an honest soul today that wants light Gods going to give it t him When I find a man who says he has never done anything wrung 1 stamp him as absolutely ignorant or viciously n hypocrite alf you wont have eternal life you will have the alternativethe wrath of God The Power of tilt Cross Text For I determined not to know any thnsamong OU rave Jesus Christ and Him crucified ICorJnthlans 22 It was a hazardous thing for the apostle to announce this to the Corinthians declares Tier S 1arkcs Cad man DD in a sermon written for the New York Witness They were a people who rejoiced in a variety of gifts and were eager to express themselves in mani fold ways Breadth of viewi and inclu sive sympathy seemed to be necessary t IB order to succeed among them They were prone to turn away from diets Christian system and were especially sensitive to the offense of the CrosEj St Paul made this bold assertionj of the compelling theme of his mintst try among them because he perfectly understood them and was determined to bring their acts and habits and as pfrations beneath the unifying power of a great principle which was the moral and spiritual dynamic of the uni verse the solution of all mystery and the clarifying of all aim People who turn away from systematized religion today are the intellectual children of these proud Corinthians inheriting their weakness as well as their strengths Men and women are found everywhere who posses rapacity for the right and its doing anti indigna tion against any form of wrpng In their various walks of life they follow after an ideal they know the nobility of s clf repression and of labor for the social estate they are kindly honest and gracious but they tell us that the evangelical faith has povertystrieken aspects and neglects some things which are all important to them because apart from them they could not live their tires Dr Cadman claims that there are several predominating features in this announcement of St Paul which will help us to understand each other bet ter For most of the differences which vex our progress are due to the dim ness of our earthly vision and St Paul urges upon us his voluntary dedication of all knowledge beneath the superior CrossnbecauseFirst he say nothing jis discarded which IK legitimate minor themes are not lost but they are absorbed in the Imnjnr one A second point he makes thespower of a fact The explanation of that fart we may only attempt but the fact itself shines steadily on unhindered by warring statements Unut further the power of the cros ik happily expressed in the text in the combination of the person of Jesus with the principle of sacrifice And lastly the power of the crnsi as we survey the future is a multiply ing power There are two classes ol religioii forces those which absorb and those which are absorbed by them and the cross is the supreme absorb vent whose vitality always recurring can never be impaired Rest assured you cannot exaggerate this statement and there is no need to qualify it It is the legitimate generalization of Christian manhood Christian thought and Christian effort While dialectics change and literary fashions decay the pledge of the permanenceof the cross is in the person who died there on and In the need of man for the bene deatheLet us dismiss our fears and weep not for the Cross Bearer but for ourselves and for our unfaithfulness and our lukewarmnes For llidaU ceIlSSftthout afresh new light and truth Tlitjre shall we keep our tryst with men and with the Father of men and if we fail God wilt raise up ministers und theestones of the streets and they that are far off He will bring nigh until the work has been completed which iIs pledged by the very manner of Its Je inning to completion Then shall proffer Kingdom thus recreated and having tlelivered it up God shall lO all and in all fist of 3Inn ScrniotiH ofstheme selves because they use false tests The warning is Itno man think of ghttmen are to depreciate themselves selflleprintion selfreliance conscience is one of Gods under agents and an honest just pride is another In measuring our manhood we must balance the evil over against the gomle are what GodsIatlourIf there were men who head never been awake during the dayand had never once seen the sun or felt its warmth and if these men had come to doubt even the existence of the sun their doubt andevery trace of their agnosticism would be instantly re moved were they to come out but once under the sky in which the sun was shining In Ilike manner all doubt and agnositieism with reference to God is instantly removed bv coning into Gods lightRev W S Fulton A brilliant agnostic has said We are known by the things at which we laugh And we all laugh at divorce The time has tome when the press and the pulpit must join with all of our oiliest sociologists In pointing with exPresiiient Woolsey outII er we are to he a thoroughly nation or to decay and lose our pres eat political forms depends on our andosimpleRev Frederick E Hopkins D DNo man can win a worthy prize with out a tremendous effort The prize Is the reward of victory Moral likeness to Christ ought to be thnim of all Christian efforts To dream of the glory and felicityof heaven is our privilegeRev G n Vosburgh Every truth ni the foundation of Christian faith is reasonable Xot all fun be discovered by reason but wheu once discovered they are compatible Rev S C IeaeJ1- so1netimt to have been born poor and to have to struggle with difll culties makes you the better man Rev Dr Hyde If we would know Christ better we must make Him better known to the world without Rev Dr Shaw In the divine sight unselfish exist ence is life yelfiVi existence is death Rey J L Smytlu r 1 I i J 0 I f ijij cJ p r l l J N aA41Z 1Eistft question systemthealso advantageous to have knowledge of the best methods of promoting freedom from unsani tary conditions To assist nature when nature needs assistance it is all importantthat the medicinal agents used should be of the best quality and of known value and the one remedy which acts most beneficially and pleasantly as a laxative is Syrup of Figs manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co With a proper understanding of the fact that many physical ills are of a transient char actor and yield promptly to tine gentle action of Syrup of Figs gladness and comfort come to the heart and if one would remove the torpor and strain and congestion attendant upon a con stipated condition of the system take Syrup of Figs and enjoy freedom from the aches and pains the colds and headaches and the depression due to inactivity of the bowels In case of any organic trouble it is well to consult a competent physician but when a laxative is required f remember that the most permanently gratifying results will follow personal cooperation with the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs It is for sale by all reliable druggists Price fifty cents per bottleiThe excellence of Syrup of Figs comes from the beneficial effects of the plants used in the combination and also from the method of manufacture which ensures that perfect purity and uniformity of product essential in a perfect family laxative All the members of the fishily from the youngest to the most advanced in years may use it whenever a laxative is needed and share alike in its beneficial effects We do not claim that Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of known value but it possesses this great advantage over all other laxatives that itacts gently rt and pleasantly without disturbing natural functions in any way as it is free from every ob jectionable quality or substance To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy tho genuine and the full name of the CoCalifornia Fig Syrup Cois printed on the front of every package WINRA 1fll 5YIQWiSan Francisco Cal Louisville Ky New York N Y t i Q a n n Their Activity Yes said the doctor 1 really believe lutoinobiling will tend to make usIt more iCtive and athletic People Att V why walk- lnd dodgePliladelPhialreaiTHE w ie Cincinnati May 26- CATTLECommon 2 75 5 25 SteersCholco 6 15 6 50 CALVESExtra 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 7 00 7 15 i Mixed packers G 70 0 G 95 SHEEPExtra 4 65 4 75 LAMBSSpring 575 7 00 FLOURSpring pat 3 90 4 15 WHEATNo2 red 82y S3 CORNNo 2 mixed G4f OATSNo 2 mixed ail 45J RyENo2 6- 1HAYCh timothy 13 50 PORK Clear 19 00 LARDSteam 8 10 75 BUTTER Ch dairy 16rs Choice creamery 24 APPLES Fancy 4 50 5 00 POTATOES Old 2 25 2 75 Now 3 50 g 3 75 TOBACCO New 2 95 10 75 01d r 7 90 VIS 75 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 90 4 00 i SOV1iQORN No 2 mixed 62y ao OATS No 2 mixed 42y 43j RYENo 2 Cl- PCRIv Mess 17 05 1J 10 LARDSteam 10 1710 20 New York FLOURWin patent 4 00 4 25 WHEAT No 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Presidents family thought off different numbers and they were read each tulle Mr Clason claims that Bozzie is a great mind reader lie would ask what numbers the persons hurl in mindand the dog would give correct answers in every case Following this Rozzie told the age of each of the Irosi dents children lid sung in arithmetic and wound up by telling her own age Later Mr Clason and Boz zie repeated this performance before the resident and a number of guests in the Red Room of the White House to the delight and astonishment of all Before leaving Mr Clason IH sent ed one of Bozzies pups t Kerme Roosevelt off i moVISVNION STATION CAIRO 5 MERIDIAN I l MONTGOMERY MOBILE WJACHSONV1UE W NEW ORLEANS TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION CITY worth Bound No 2 Leaves daily 11 23 n u- TNo 4 Leaves M 1153 a m No 12 Leaves wet days mixed 130 a in South Bound No 1 Leaves daily 105 p u No 3 Leaves 3 iJ7 a t No J Leaves wk day mxd 800 a in CS CLARKE General JUnijrr ST LOUIS C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL Gen9 Plot 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present separated1 e combatants as spell as possible and before serious injury was inflicted on either SNAKES FELL CassvUle Wl Vn May 21 One of the 1peeuliaititics ofII terrific eleotrical storms raged over this part of state yesterday andl something that was never witnessed her before was thfstorm was in the midst of its fury The reptiles l clurinnr11 the watarfall and for t hour after they were lo seen crawling arpundliu a half stunted condition Jlliey measured from I Oo lo iinches and resembledl the 1gnrtpre that most of them had rings of white about their necks jHundreds were killed by the ifan and others suffered a theindignantl IFRANCE AND UNITED STATES In the ceremonies atten yjant upon thcunvoiirng the Rochainbeati statute Wasliiogton last Saturday and in the various entertain ments proceeding the pleas friendshipthat tween the French and Amer gratifyingly11Especially notable was the instinctive fraternizing of the army and navy repre GovI i mounting to genuine en thusiasm being instantly de veloped When the fact is rcmeni+ red that French and 1m r- ican soldiers and sailors liave SIdeIby side eachwinning the high admiration of the other this speedy liking iis easily ex plained Glorious tr ill i tions of comradeship draw Americans and Frenchmen together with ilresfsta potelleya The final result of Frances giftof the HocIuunbea Statue to this country must inevit ably be a strengtliening of the bonds uniting these two peoplesI There is aveiVood reason for thisL The grentestRepubhcs of unbroken friendshipI to ward each other Each can well afford to encourage and i claLionhipfit PLOW POINTS 4 C J eBUCkTake our Plow = twofj LEDFOBD RANDL- ECroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware9 0 ani Feed Stuff t yVe carry everything usimUf fount in firstclass Grocery andno pi ins will bo spared to pleuso our customers a1I1 tar KInc Trailing Stamps rUh every iOu Cash lerijhascea- Afur tolUtiion of 300 yon are eutitJetllo a tmndsomo present Tflphom U Goods IIVomplly 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Reaper harvested one of the ablest and most distinguished men in the di plomacy of the present time when Lw d Patmcefote the Ambassador of Great Britain to the United States was cut down He was a man of charming manners and dignified democracy and ranked as one of the strong est men ill the English diplo matic service This was at tested by his long retention at the capital of the United States wilier it has heed of the greatest consequence to Great Britain to maintain even more than friendly re jlations Lord Pauncefote I was kept at Washington first as Minister and then as am bassador for a much longer period than isthe custom at the British Foreign Office Affairs with tile United States were in too sensitive a condition to trust to a new hand when the tinge came f for Lord Pauncefote with rnwal had the usual custom been followed There is a tendency to ex ploit Lord Pauncefote as having been a great friend to the United States and for whom there should be a deep admiration on the part of Americans His death has revived stories to tthe effect that it was the warning hand Treat Britain that kept us IofI IC01l1plicationsI there wig- 1leiIartPd be buried with the Ambassador a secret sillI pressed in London that would have shown him to be an effective man in saY- ing us from interference You will never wish to tako another dose of pills if you once try Chamber lains Stomach C Liver Tablets They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect Toy cleanse tho stomach and regulate tho liver and bowels For sale by Cowgill R coW m rr INTEKtHAXGEABLE 1000 MILE TICKETS Are now being sold by the Nashville Chattanooga St LoUIS Railway good over Railway and Steamer Lines in the Southeast comprising more than 13000 miles Rate S2500 Limit one year If you expect to do any traveling within the next twelve mouths buy one of these tickets You will save money They are on sale at principal ticket offices Where they are not on salel they may be ordered from General Oilict through AgeutW 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