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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 nr 1 jt t 1 s 7IiEi f+ h elR wA I TJTA EITI- JJ i 2 l OLDEST iSTEWSPA EP I3ST W rERN KNTUOKY riit- om ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNtY KY JUNE 61902 0OXXXVII NO 294f TW i 3I i i- a k It- f t y tt f t 1- ii HICKMAN COLLEGE COMMENCEMTI- r r ttESSE GUAM VI DERI J t I CLOSft OF Ar Y Yr SUCCESSFUL TERM ir Ir ti r a The commencement sermon of Hickmaii College was preacheat the Episcopal church Sunday night be Booghelthef Friendship was appropriateI thoughtful t and impressively delivered The examination exercises were conducted at tho college tlC first day of the week and were highly com phnH utpry to teachers and pupils The guides of the scholars not yet announced tr GRADUATES JJTltereY are ten young people to he awardtd ugh School Diplomas C girls and 4 boys r Misses Eunice Adams FannyPIcIrl1elMax Powell and Hairy Prather Miss Mai McDearmon music teacher won the praise and admiration of all for the proficiency and advancement of her 1pupils The public enjoyed her i EVENING PROGRAM I THURSDAYguffaw IIIII++fa U- tOtchestra Selected Chorns On Rosy Wings Piano and Trombone American Girls March Misses Lily and Charlotte Hubbard anti Mr Will Iloloouihe Vocal SOlouTbeEminent Dr Fizz Op King Dodo Master Tucker Frost Gossip Pantomineu u Primary Class Vocal Trio Three Little Maids from School Op Mikado Mlssos Fuqua Debow and NayJor Iv lo h b Illif OCnlwa w1 G ortuneTo1 ins n 1 rEd tir laplor CQ 1 tillgOf Mother Goose Cast of Characters Man in the Moon host Moore Mother Goose Ruby Flemming Santa Clans Tucker Frost Jack Horner Harold Dc Bow Old Woman who Swept Cobwebs Item the Sky Lillian Choate I Little Boy Blue Harry Millet Little Bo Peep Emma Tyler Mother Ilubbard May Allison Little Bachelor Warren Ellison Little Bride Annie Cowgill Old Woman in Shoe Ruth Ellison Little Red Riding Hood Birdie May Rico King Cole Blanna Russell Paul Reynolds1 Fiddlers Three 4 WillieulBondurant Willie Barnes Jack t Bonnie Beckman Jill J Nellie Bondurant Rocka bp Babyv Swan Navlor Old woman with rings on her lingers and bells on her toesCoriuno Smith Bishop of Canterbury X Guy Halo When the Jack olantern Starts to Walk About Lillian Smith and Chorus Tonight Friday diplomas will be awarded the therladtlrclass b lad the following program will be presented FRIDAY EVENING rI Orchestra Santiago March Salutatory 2 Intellectual Progress Mattio Seay rnrnaIIuet American Girls March I OratioParki Powell Hope Esa i Old Yet Always New DixiegFanny Prather I =tDebatetQuestion Jlesolrcd that tie Men of the receding Cmluri are Grtflt er than ttotvof ctJeEbadeenthEunice Adams Affirmative Ida Schupbnoh Jsiok MoDaniel NegativeMaxl Powell r a Mano Quartette = Parade Review C Women ImmortalrEssay Marie Green i T tscaratj the CrossRoads r Lynda Hnnziker r 4local Qdartotte r i Ou Restless Sea fi ValedictoryWestward the Course of Empire Takes its Way Harry Prather JJi= ilianoQuurtette n The Daucpie Juno Bugs Ji fAddress to Orad ateSJngWRone AtforneyatLaw fPrincipalPresentationJ ci s L x The New Hull Columbia r fE1i 11 I ILEDFORD mNDLE I Groceries Frjjjfe Meats Hardware Quensware and Fee tuff ie lIa early everything usually foun rstdays ruceryand no ruins will be spared to pIrcustomers LrCnlI for Blue Trading Stamps with lOc Cash lercliase11 After eolleolfoB of 800 you are eutitl a nandoUlo t r- Tolhhonc O t tIcods Promptly Delivered r r fT J EE JUNE PRICES R iRA I E ONES j y Al Y relay u keenest o saving here r determined that 1I2 e all CuIbe a fixing climax UfHSff I UJgsprig Imauees and we along I the beat of good values th U to bring the j been bn era our tt eti Tbi n itroduce nanny attractive new ideas bought fur thselling and the bovilie of modern stylish furttttur sand homo fur iehiuga ii one that ll atleZ usL erb se leotlopg tlmt will enaulggogPtu secure the ideas you prefer5ry- on are wilingIfNthe right bny- anyway n 01items a i t r f enter mid llttiugaof the Ir ai a tip ful end June gal nt emphasize t h ion lj1 ti 1 rcr TEPHBWS LL- r LIr i i i O SJri t tCAH4r I have the largest and best seized stock of Fresh Groceries in the City which Bam sellijr as low as the lowest for Cash Sid Cash 0111yII also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness i which will be soldat rock bottom prices Call and examine mv stock a HlI convinced11- Z 1- IIot IIt i i j I I T tt W R WEBSTER FINE VVmStIES II WINES BRiNDlE3AND GINS A SPECIALTY OF JBG TRADE I j gSTj 1 UNION dITY5 1 TENNESSEEx- rnrr I Jt MU iH Dont fail to read the advertisements in this Issue it WIn surely pay you v COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Hickman Ivy June 2nd JlHfi Council met iu rtegularsestjiou Pres ent Mayor Dillon Councilmen Beck man Swayue lireard and Ledford Minutes of last regular meeting were rend and on motion approved and mgnoclA Jouucilinon elect Kirkpatrick and I Glnsor being present the oath of office as City Councilmen was administered to them by Mayor Dillon Couucilman Kirkpatrick was thereujoii appointed a member of the Finance Committee and Councilman Beckman as chairman of said OQintuitteo and Councilman Giuaer was appointed a member of the Street CommitteeThe accounts wore present eels properly approved and on motion a11osV Uaud+ checks ordered issued for amoui s0 Jti TOM DILLoN Ju Strctat tmy roll S 219 45 1 500 Uuftnpcipts 1 50 It B BREYABD 1 Wow 11 UO J A OOSAK J Dieting City Prisoners 21 40 Report of Supt of Water tLight Plant for May 1002 Bal in Treasury Muy 1st 110 07 Water s Light revenue col looted during May 220 55 Paid Geo Buck 86 per centof I 2205518747 for material rap and Supta Com 51 29 233 76 Bal in Treasury Juno 1st 12 76 Ton DILLON JK Snrr The Snpt tiled a receipt from Geo Buck for 18747 being 85 per ciit of Water L Light revenue for May W02 Report of City Treasure May lat1002 axe FUND ACCOUNT To bal per April report U0 07 amt reed of II C Helm 23 75 1G382 By checks pftl4 duriiiR May 2i6 40 Overdraft S207A WATER LIGHT BOD ACcottjt rTo bal per April report SSo 83 By 5 coupons paidw150 00 Bal to credit this Acct 735 83 CITY HALL ACCOOJTT To bal per April report 101 61 amt reed of II C Helm 11 87 Bal to credit this acct 116 48 No change in College Boud elect W O Joiixaox C T The foregoing reports were received orb red spread upon the records pp ILs Jihed and filed Motion waa made and carded tz- attitp ta fi d TfAJt hare erectinga couon seear it f c ry this place tram taxation for a term of five years The Water Light Committee re ported that the City took charge of the Water x Light Plant on the first day of the present month owing to Mr Buck failing to furnish sufficient water supply On motion tho Ohiueeo Laundry was declared a nuisance and tho Marshal was instructed to notify the property owners and occupants to abnto same at once Oil motion tho Marshal was instruct ed to notify Louis Gunsagga to remove the fence inclosing the sidewalk in front of his property on Masco Avenue itoiceJii motion Council adjourned to meet next Monday night Juno 9th to attend to some unfinished business II C HHLM C C CLEVELANDS ESTATE Grover Cleveland is now lord of But termilK bay the arm of Buzzards bay upon which he has his estate Gray Gables Ho has decided to return to his old summer homo as the Bork shires were without the sea air and then his troublo through catching a shoS bass has not been forgotten Through clover real estate manipula tion his agents have sequred the entire Monument beach shore rights and now he and Joe Jefferson will huvo perfect seclusion and fish to their hearts con tent The register of deeds has been very busy recently recording transfers and the many changes aroused considera ble speculation when after the trans fers were finally made no trespass jug signs appeared all over the prop erties representing a valuation of over 300000 Workmen have begun thoir labors on Gray Gables and besides repairs to the house a now boathouso has boon started Philadelphia North American 7 A CARD To the Democratic voters of tho 1st Congressional JJistict I have made It clnan race mid have gone down in defeat I hope it will noi always bo s o To the gallant and devoted friends who atoid so bravely and faithfully by me I have u heart full of love and gnititndo to those who saw it otherwise 1 accord to them the same privilege of freely expressing their i wishes that 1 hold for myself To my I friends and supporters and all good Democrats I say let go cheerfully ami earnestly to work and carry the Demo cratic banner to an overwhelming and glorious victory in November and thereby say to republicans that they can draw no comfort from our family acss1camong our solves and always presfcut to thorn a solid and unconquerable front Faithfully Yours SAM IL OROSSLA D MayiieldKyfMay271002 I BOER WAR ENDED It is officially announced by the rJidelegatesBritishtorms peacethoRestoration of farms in the condition they were in before the war propertyRemuneration and stock taken- Permission to retain their arms surfmge Revocation of Kitcheners banishmentft proclamation TlV JrTheiro The South African RepnbliimaOtauge Free State become crowncolon les IlheT Jand the British was opened on QCfober 111800 It lasted for two years arid GreatBritainsides the lives of fully 35000 men What it has cost the Boers financially will probably never be known any more than will the total number of deportedThe M the field with approximately 70000 men It isknown that their forces have been reduced to not more than 800- 0SETTUEJuf LAST At Dallas the war claim which has caused so much trouble and bad feel ing among members of the Methodist Church South was settled by the General Conference sitting in that city It was disposed of by tho adoption of the following resolution Resolved by the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South now assembled that the church distinctly repudiates all of the acts of concealment misstatement or unfair non on the part of any and all persons representing the church in the prosecution of this claim before Congress either intentipnal or otherwise and whether the same did or did not affect tho vote oropinion of any Senator or Representative That we endorse the purpose of our Bishops in their communication to the United States Senate and do hereby ratify and confirm their conditional tender of the money and make their action tho act of this General Conference and declaratory of the ministers of the church and this action be entered on the journal of General Conference as a disposition of the whole matter HE RROPOSEO IN UrHJRCH WITHw If9i1t A BIBlF 1IIIII4 A story is told of a young man who went to church and suddenly fell in love with a strange young lady sitting in the pew adjoining his He was at a loss what to Gay or how to say it Suddenly a happy thought struck him and taking nis Bible he politely handed it to his fair neighbor with the following verse marked second epistle of St John verse 5 And now I beseech thee lady not as tho I wrote a new commandment unto thee but that which we had from the beginning that we love one another She returned it with the following second chapter of Ruth 10th verse Then she fell on her face and bowed herself to the ground and said unto Him Why have I grace in thine eves that thou shonldst take notice of me seeing I am a stranger lIe returned the book pointing to tho thirteenth verse of the third epistle o- fStJohn Having many things to write unto you I would not with paper and ink but I trust to come unto thee and speak face to face The marriage took place in duo time HUSBAND CANNOT OPEN WIFES LETTERS Judge Lowell of Boston has handed down a decision in the United States Circuit Court that is likely to endear him to tho Confederated Womens Clubs of America He has decided that M D Giroux had no right to open letters addressed to his wifo and for that offense has im posed a fine of 850 This may have been in strict accord ance with the law but the great com mon law of jealousy declares that Mr Gironx had the right to verify or dispel the gnawing suspicion that his wife was in love with another man Ryt the woman complained to the postal au thorities and her husband was arrested Under tho law it would seem that the sealed envelope when once stamped by the authority of the United States is more sacred than the marriage tie 4j A GREAT INVENTION inventor Edis ns announcement that his now storage battery is now perfected to till point of solving the problem of portable electric motor power yill be received with the profoundest interest by the civilized world Heretofore Mr Edison has not been prone to make dec larutious of achievement that were not a snbsevpuently born out byihe facts He 7 hug a ttadit of sustaining his word in such cases If he has followed his C11SIf tomary course in the present instances tho result of his perfected motor may well be awaited with confident anticipa tion A revolution in steam railway methods would seem to be one of the most certain of these results since it stands to reason that if the new device is successfully applied to automobiles A and street railways the next step mustrinevitably be its introduction on thergreatrailway system lerrJ l fr ti Ofi w T rr k y r m RV k l i 7i 4 s 1 i t- II r e Y 1- f 1rM11 s R1- ti 7Rryam set S n1 r p s4t- H F t Ii1II J t f y J r 4- f i r f i j ttr rL j A 1 j t I iIFr fi i t11r j l z1 I IJititi- i 1i J 4 I It I H Jr f fi I 14II tIi III I I I j Railroad to Reelfoot A project is on foot backed by tho N C St L n R Co to build a railroad from Hickmau to Reelfoot Lake and to put u steamboat in the Lake in connection with the road The ground is almost level from Hickinan to the Lake will be protected by levee and the cot of construction would be merely nominal This will be u part of the extension into Lake County anti will ue only a few miles further than to build ou the line ot the levee This new route is to head off the proposed extension of the 1 C from Tiger Tail titDeath of Two Republics The whole world will rejoice at the end of the Hut war because it brings peace arid because the result was inevi table The history of the world has witne4ed no braver or more heroic strngglefor liberty and independence than the tight cf these Boers but those British were too strong nniuericaily and otherwise And thus two free liberty loving Christian republics are wiped from the face of the earth crush eAyby a Monarchy The two great Re publics of America and France could have saved the Boers by a wordif they had lovedJRepublicau institutions as dId our fathers fTC- arlisles Opinion Hon John G Carlisle however much you differ with him on certain public questions is partly and universally re garded as one of the abelest statesmen ia the United States He has recently been in Ouba on legal business no connections with politics and came m contact with large numbers of the bet and most intelligent people of that iand From this association I rCur lisle expresses the opinions that the Cuban Kepnblic will not exist in rs than a year or two aud that it will cOme of its own acord as a suite into the union by annexation lIe says that an immense majority oftheiutelleience and wealth of the people now desire it lIe says that the Government ought to extend same terms to the Phillippines as it has to Cuba and that the intelli gence and wIth of the ArrliiptLtgo would in lime weleoie the U Sau h only Admiral Dnvey cniloisod Mr Carlisles opinim- Mr i Carlisle is practising law in Nw York City and refuses all temptation to go into polities and says he in ver will auain lie says that the Deimx rats should win on the new public issues andwould but for the clap trtp about pulling down the Hagaml the cry that they are Assaulting time ar niyHfcc anti that a fow Deuiocrnt leaders like Tillinan and other imjitra prospects by their intemperate talks titCHARLEY BARCLAY HELD FOR TRIAL Mock Marriage With Adeline Chandler The examining trial of Charles Bar clay charged with the seduction of Adeline Chandler through a bogus marriage alledged to have occured nt Fulton this county was heard before County Judge Kearby Tuesday The court felt sufficiently advised from the evidence produced to hold the accused for trial before the Fulton Circuit Court in default of 500 bail The prosecution introduced Miss Chandler who swore positively that she went with Barclay to Fulton under an engagement to marry him and that when in Fulton he claimed to have secured the marriage license and to have secured a minister and that this minister or alledged minister did per form the ceremony in the presence of four other men all of whom wer 1 strangers to her declaring them man and wife and closing the marriage with prayer the couple kneeling in the street Afterwards she accompanied him to Martin and to relatives of his on No 9 in Fulton County where she was introduced by him and recognized as his wife and that she continued tot believe herself his lawful wife until their return to Martin where he in formed her that the marriage was f boss and abandoned her Mr Chandler brother of the prose cutrix was introduced and swore that t that he pursued the eloping couple 4 fhalDg heard that his sister was being wronged that ho found them on No 9 k= fand that when he confronted them wit the charge Barclay declared that they had been legally married at Fulton and proposed to return wits them to Fulton and produce the proof The defendant offered no evidence what Yever However he entered the pleat Of not guilty and by statement of his 3T attorney denied any bogus marriage or i in any way attempting to deceive the prosecutrix and that their relation was i with her full understanding knowl t hertThe Defense is represented by Mr T Smitn of Clinton and the prosecution by Robert Flatt and IL F Remle ti Both the principals in this action and their associates are residents of Hick man County though the offense is al- f lodged to have occurred in this county R In some parts of Hickman county con- siderable excitement about the case 11 raid to exist 18II 3 rJ- I 7J f 1186666 VERDICT GIVEN AT CLINTON IN A CASE CONCERNING PADUCAII MAN At Clinton Ky a jury in the Hick man county circuit court gave Solomon Katz of Sashville a verdict against J AsRurtv of Paducah trustee for oil 1 6 The case grew out of the selZ UVby the defendant of a stock of goods of the plaintiff at Clinton in 1SOO the defendant acting under appointment of theUnited Statee court as speoil trnstre in bankruptcy for the creditors of Ben jamin Katz who Wilt said to be manatr ing and conducting the business hr his father Solomon Katz Once In fur= the plautiff secured a verdict but the appelliate court reversed the ease This was a great verdict for Attorney W W Robertson of this place who fought the battle of Solomon Katz sin- glel and alone The attorney 11 tu other side were llosH and Ilurti Mi url they were knocked out nt ev r l oiat by the attorney from Maylleld low lo Avoid Trouble Now is the timr to pr rule vunwHf and family with a botlln of llwinber lains Colic Cholera laid Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to ho needed before tho summer is over and if procured now may save yon a trip to town in the night of in your busiest season It is every where admitted lobo the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints both for children and adults No fumHv can afford to be without it For sale by Cowgill it Cowgill RICHMOND 8iBOND OIL CO A large fonoot workmen hAvebeen engaged thin wif k laying the founda Lion for Richmond Bond Oil Co fac tory buiidisr in West Hitkiin An immense amount of material is on the grounds and every thins progressing as well as could he The purpose is to have the buildings complete and the mills in operation fell n My little son had an attack of whooping coughuud was threatened with pneumonia i but for Chuniberlatns Cough Rwmody wo wonlrl have Lad a serioustime of it It ulso saved him eroUJIIIIFair Haven Wast For sale by Cm1 gill Cowgill tit WHIPPED BY ANTS Jackson Miss June 2Mr L F Anderson u prominent cotton buyer came near teiiig ki ltd yesterday mutter nook by ants lie was in his flower garden cutting grass whon ho struck thin end of the blado into an tints nist and in ante nnn connmbio way knocked 10X000 of the vicious little insects iis his lace and down hl collar Where ever they stin k they stuck and pro seeded at once to business Mr Anderson brushed mind knock 1 at them but iit seonwd to tlo no good and lif nits for the house where lie fainted NVuhboiH Soaring the its tnrbanuo mitt hi has uiUtinpe tuft his clothes from him and soused tuna in a bathtub into which strong ammonia water had been toured by his wife Mr Anderson regained conciousnoss in thc or six minutes thought he was going to die told his funnily good by and fainted agitin He was soon brought around however and under the care of his phyMcian who hud hell nastily summoned was soon put out of pain by opiates The unfortunate mans head and taco swelled up to twice its normal size and his neck and hands looked like a piece of raw beef by the next morning Rend il in Ills Newspaper George Schaub a well known Gr man citizen of New Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader of tho Dayton Volkszeituug He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns and when he saw Chum berlains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hbsitato in buying a bottle of it tot his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in het back and could get no relief He says After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties He is very thankful and hopes that till suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Cowgill A Cow gill SIMPLY AMUSED HIM Baltimore Amerinan Viper hissed the angry woman Scoundrel Wretch Blackguard I PUPPy Villain Smiling sweetly the man rolled a cigarette and began lighting it Liar she resumed her eyes flushing vivid tire Uobber rr Go on suggested the man puffing lazily at his cigarette Go on reminds me of tne days when I lhatII be a hasebatJnmpire Here the woman sank helplesslyI into a I chair realizing the utter impossibility i of i mnkinghimwirceTHE WEAKNESS I Chicago Record lleraldl Why does your mother always refer to your father as the doctor1 I under stand that he got his start in life by going through the country soiling j some kind of an herb mediciue to hoi1 people who gather to see him do a lew- slightofhaUll tricks I suuldntt- hink I I hed want those days bronchi I calleIIdoctorh I dont know I suppose its I 5 saute old human weakness i mates your father go on calling thatII I self professor and so being reminded of the days when he traveled with nnj educated pig iI I ji Try Chamberlains Stomach C Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by Cowgill Cowgill OOWJINGI THE BEEHrRUSTE s This talkof 1ihr the beef trust andemu ling jit futo1 IslingtoI SCIllIi tlt is ti Uncc f t111 I iden1I tHJth a erausI t 1 tlli I sI the human race woi niako1 sucha worldc a Ililr v luiiie ofsoiiml tIt I ollld easily he heard iI JIit whereupon tIll 111 JtHlt of that planet if alii VnnlI Ilieplanetary COlUmliatiUl1l plight be establishes The whole world1lca1l1t interested in the pld and iit- wfl agreed that prQJHJ Jtly at- H5 oclock on a certfpl after noon every mw4 Opal and child ou the eartlilshould1 sholt tyBut it so 1happQiicd that every man woman dtifljhild on the earth took rpjxttion thnt it would lien griftfitliing to 1 hear this mightf ei joii without interfeiviuwt so th result was that nojody on earth shouted save I v ICi PicadillyfSoiLfills inff the bqef trust ri rfcviriI hbqleigh1oltot abstaining front n- 4 11 II the great octopus let flttu J scathedI WHIRLING T MUSICI PREDICT THE KARIA PHt T10N OF TIlE WHOLBORLl Pad UCtthN 05DOl lrdt Panning of a julsfr7 sort was indulged in Monday evening in Ithe yard of the Union Rescue misaoii on Third street heal dams A longbearded w dpytd UJ1ctificftti4P t 1JJ 111 TpJ1IH4Sl vI l1l1oJ lt slowly about with a fluid1 ill his arms Shout tlg and1 11invoice This fantafcic eerel mony which the Ilovoters ctlale1a1 holiness Glance followed some inmsui i religii oils servicesfThe exercises fetonday afternoon wertvonuiicted ii1 the froutyarcl in alpalt r of sanctificationists tho futtp been in tin city thvrepr four days1hIl1On wlio wear long beards claim 1iljy have been in commiiuica i ii with the Creator and HeMas instructed them to go intoj the nntionsIto prepare for the Bid9t as the wOrld iis htiuu tht destroyed The glen have thl families with them Ile are fool men three 11011 11 and several children n half grown dressbl i ed solid white rsoLtatosing the choir ondJ1taftPI the singing prayiii 11preaching onr lar r man with long whiskers ickel- up asmall babe and otul- cinglt up and downn llifi arms trippedI abrni 0 the singing of tIle CliOliinrginrsr all the while Then another lllall g t 11pl- 111d 1 talked for fl1 hour about sanctified 1people and the faith cure Hc 4i1 he lay on his bed expeSins to die when the Alnlimhal7 nndfihoweclinl Thisissaid the Lord tforthapproaching destruction He hehurland that no truly sanctified person could1 own inev or property He saidl that secthudI that they felt sure Gpmwouldl- proYI1e for JI1Speo1I = = I f= I dJilgt L odILJ LJt Jr 1o I I I I tWO CAR LODSI II fIlfxL if I Wi have two ear loadOf strictly high grade Buggies nucLnre selling them under a 4iamiiti for one year under ordinary use Come in and examine our stock before you buy and we will save you moiie 1Ifyou wish you can bring us in a well signed up nQt for 75 made payable Sept 1st1 andVt will send vou homo in a new liavdocf or Anchor Buggy with a tint It of harness HIOKMAN Cir KENTUCKY l I I t Mrs Matt Adamx of Mariel Cuba is visiting lltr inothtr Mrs HuM U Powell Mrs Adams will return to her work in Cubit in the fall MrssJennie R Davis has returned home from Mobile Ala Since Col Ed Taylor Ithe well known FrnukforiMyier beeftjit a ofd1ltt tilt tovfimdi W ttnderrrland he has hadl niiifrou inquiries as to rhr i IHiiltty of his whiskey John 1hx kefI1 the richest man in the world has dHided to igivei his fortune away a la Carnegie He says it is harder work giving it away than it was I making it W + hate to see the poor umlaut working himself to detth in this way and we hereby tender him or servicesThe Methodist General fonferene at Dallas Texas placed iit ban npon the circus and prohibits churchmen from attending in tho futnro our Methodist brethren must take their colored lemonade on the outside nnd confine their optics to the street parade 4MrsnUll Mrs Gus Burd of Fulton were visiting In lUck man this week Mrs Lan Binford and Miss Inez Bin j fordof the Lodgton neighborhood I in Ulclcumnwere Monday r 600 ACRES WHEAT LNDIt boo acres I applyR9 Mr Greco Walker is erecting n UfIbuilding on tho old mill site corner in West Hickman with the purpose of putting up n family grocery Miss Irene Amber the Slelle of Paragould Ark society is visiting her sister Miss Sadie Ainberg at Capr II Buchanans AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes ioilet Waters i Soups Talcum Powders Face Powders Etc can be found at Swnynes Drug Store The Philipiue will has passed the U S Senate JS to 30 throe Republicans Hoar Mason and Wellington voting with the Democrats and South Cam lina McLanriu with Republicans At any rno tho people will be hind that tho discussion in Congress has ended ATTENTION FARMERS I Ii i Swayne the druggisli has a line grade of Machine oil at JOe per gallon Ilt j 1 IMr Jamess honey attorney leaves I I next Monday for n short visit to his I parents nt Little Rock rltIIIII Hoi Weather clllllcfsII If you feel fagged out listless and Ir lacking in energy you are perhupd suf feting from douiiitatine effects of sumJ j mer weather These symptoms indi cite that a tonic is needed that will create healthy appetite make digest t J I imII I II- It t Herbine will do it iis a tonic laxative It and restorative II J Freegard Prof Grand View Hotel Cheney Kauiwrites I have used Herbine i i last 12 years and notuiug on earth can i beat it It was recommended to me by I Ur Newton han 50e at L P C W i S Ellison j I ICE CREAM SUPPER i The Ladies Aid Society of the M E church will give an ice cream supper I sin the court house yard Friday night June 13th w St Hender58l1db nIOvot o L REEVES co Olosing Out SaleT have decided to close out 111YtIUir tockof Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Slip pers Ilat1t fIl1 Trunks and Traveling Bags at iand 1below COST L BSIMMONS BUQHANANS1 CORNER Ten days of list month mark May 1008 as n recordbreaker iti the chrouol followMay i fluty8dount000May sylvania 23 killed and 202 injured May 14 logs of the British India liner with I killerlinj t I 2Olirxsii erllnsiouMaySturm May 25t 121 men entombed in amine j at ernie British Columbia Ir i is to be hoped that the world has countered the last May or that kind enII I Better than Tills jI Time question has boon IUIkedInii Stomltchttl answer ia s They arc easier and more I gentlefuI can I always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the sioinnch and I I I eave time bowels in a natural condition j nnllIl pntion For sale by Cowgill t Cow II gill Complaint is made almost every day dangerousClippersone and almost every parent knows it mptthatboysto pay IysJJeistlobrink TimODCH SLEKlEKS YU MOIIILF Ar OHIO R R OrleansStJacksonville Ask for tickets via M S OR R m PITTSBURG COAL tt U willsoUPiltsbuT poundslushiti mwtf be in by June Ifith Alex A Paris Son Uoustlpftccl ISowels To have shouldbecondition and thebowots inove1 nt least sotliatexpelledEdwards 14i NIIMain stWitchata Kansas writes Of I r have used Herbine to cramIpast ten JearS a found OcatLINlEItCIItNGEAB1E 1000 MILE TICKETS Are now being sold by the NashvilleOhattanooga St tiAverSootheer s IN the 18000untiesyearIfwithinorthesowi1lsaQ mOtley tomoffices t salethevfronif3eneratOffice through Ticket Agent WL DANL JTGeneral AeiitNarrac Mrs Will Ellison 1Ugo hen1eR with Mrs Porter Shumate of Newbij rii lac short visitVftr+ t1ii jJ i tI J i 1 f r 0 Y I J i t wit wC itT I I ci V Ci i tt VI s 4p 4 t i i I k L 1 i e th J i i =4 Sn J t r j + I ti- C TownifI lik IS dP I l 1- jS = = ELLISONS r r j jI I HOME GOODS BARGAIN sDPT0 Jr Here you will find hundreds of useful articles that come in everyday use in every home and J1 iylncli aieold here at front onehalf to oiui iif tentht the prices usually sold at This weekWp have received a big consignment I of new goods for this Department and in the lot are Sculls of the biggest bargains shown yet 1 Look over this list carefullY antiLV it for fu ture reference You are nun to find something liere that yon want 1 10 qt MILK PAIL locsheavy tin soldered heavy t lrd handle Usual price irkrr I Y t DIPPER 5c I 1 Sold evjrywlieiv at a dime InU ztiu malleable bandits well worth jiia f rVWIitr IF 6 Endsteel butcher II 1 knife 10 Matted Pictures cut malted heavy assorted subject Carbon Pictures monntod 10x12 Ay Oriental Decorated Faience Salad Bowl HI inchextra deep+ ilarinjr nnderjrlaxed floral decorations in oriental designs worked out in goldgold edge assorted onlyI10e Oriental Decorated Faience Plate decorations above ossorted OnM GLASSWARE shipment of Glassware Glass pafctjfi rl aPi 1I tlit Tl rhorfpt imitatiowinr Cut bautiruld IllIt r lOInt in sugar Bowls ream PItchers Butter Dishes Spoon Uvldl 1 Vinegars Castors Celerys Large Bowls Cake Stands Pitchers etc PridSTte only overCampLawn Settees 68c Croquet Sets 48 Carving Knife and forkj 25c 75 foot Galvanized Wire Clothes line 15e Summer Corsets 25c HalfGallon Pitchers 15 Alarm Clocks 65 J 10 tooth rakes II0c Garden Hoes IOc Clarks Thread 2 spool 5c Elite Shoe Polish So Stationeryy 1 1 12 aid 3 cent Envelopes Note er quire 2c OP qr 7c 10 I10c lidn College Tablet 5cDI Box Paper VF nUll quire Pabern and Books nice binding Boors in hnndaow ufipug nntffwnS Gee Eliot OUin Scott Curtis Dickens Drummond aOogurters Ink Be Pencils TJ and duzPniLadies 50c Fancy Hose 25c Remnant Silk 25c W 25c Wash Boards loc Bissels Carpet Sweepers 250 t0f+ f1 20c Happg Home Sewing Machine 1175If LOOK THROUGH THIS OAREFULLLY AND SAVEa IT FOR REFERENCE AND BEAR MINDJoa THAT VALUES ARE BETTER THISSi ROOM THAT ANYWHERE ELSE INij i TOWNP C l 0e lt v Aluminum Thimbles fp t 5t1 x WardroV Hooks lo Hair Pius per bunch i c- i 1 4yrvTucks butitth 1 i EDjrniugCotton Soaps per cake 1C 10Jj eiltssa i j j Carpet Tacks per paper 2oO tacks Sc Embroidery Cotton 2o Picture nooks 2e tfHooks and Eyes par card 4 J Cream SaucorS 2tGlass Dishes 2c a AVardrobo HopkJ lieavyj lft I11 F 3 Celtssr tt 1 Kitchen Forks 8c l Egg Beaters 1 tlc s Vegetable Mashers 3c Jr Ironing Wax 3c c to Safety Pins dozen 3cn Hardwood Tops3ex t Full size well wire hall ellalllr i 25c i 1eavy 2 iron sid s made a rtiT I 1 I with i hand levl o l flint + 1 d on gray pats I Qc T x7 on mat with i jsJ j JOe j ofioct1 colors 9 iiHh ns IOc A big in lCut was i wk e are Tlilss jll ns reprt s lOc j tt 3 for j Tablets Paper LEGAL PATJER per iOc in tOe by such Walter Lytton 0 i lOe a r f 20c IN IN t i 1 ler Ic i j Ice per at 5 Cents Cui Class Patterns Glassware Bowls Preserves Vases Colorys Nappies Creams Sherbet Glasses Glasses c Some Gold Bands Cc Quart Dippers 5c Cake Turners 5c Maple Chair Seats 5c Tying Pans EC Genuine Silver Plated Spoons 5c Large Wood Spoons 60 Iron Spoons fQ- Oriontnlliaee Powder 5e Aliens Talcum Powder 5c Pocket Memorandum Books 5c Scholars Companion 6c- Hoyts Sowing Machine Oil Goz 5c Enamoline large size Co Chocolate Ware Salts and Poppers 6c Vaseline 5c- Vegetable Mashers 5c 3 dozen Clothes Pins 5c Roller Towl Racks 5c 2 Quart covered Buckets 5c Ladies Summer Vests Be Ladies Handkerchiefs extra value 50 1Pooket1Box1PadCPicture5 yards Silk tmco 5c Kid QurlersBc 5 1LevisonsI Orochet Needles Be Bag Marbles 6eI rFiOtt Combs Horn nail tibor oc Tracing Wheels oc IK Wall afatch Safes 6c m rjSilkatcen12 yds Bolts Torchon IMQSe 10 yds Bolts Fancy RibTgn Be J 5 yard pieces EntbeoiilS5 Sheets Fly Paper lieBBunch Shoe Laces 5clBunch LampWipks ICozeu iw 5cDress6cButtermilk 4 fcRolling 31 IPie u I Eiuony Bags lOc Muffin Irons lOc IOcBreadGraduated Measures IOc Machine Oil Cans tOe Teplitz Chocolate Vases Ware 1 IOeIIDecorated Cups and Saucers Bowls Plates Oatmeal Bowls Bread and Butter Plates and Soup Plates tOe Large size Wash Pane 10e Covered Sauce Pans tOn Large size Milk Pate lOc Cold Handle Prying Pant tOe Stove Pans IOc liread mires tOe Dressing Combs tOe Pocket Books bOo Ladies Bags IOc Dolls IOc Doll Heads IOc Coin Bam lOc steak Beater and Ice Pick tOe Hair Pins per pound TOo Fine Toilet Soaps bOo Clothes Brashes JOe Tea Spoons perset loc Hair Brushes JOe la yards Torolioa Lace lOe 12 yards Taleucieiines Laos IOc Remnant Laces and Embroidery lOe Pruning Shears IOc Large Cake Glycerine Soap JOe Varnish Brush bOo White Handle Knives awl lorks tOe Hatchets bOo Rolling Pins JOe Hunter Sifters JOe Wash awards IOc Toy Tubs lO0 Hatchet Handles bOo Graters IO- cJuinpiug Ropes lOc Feather Dusters bOo Wooll Dusters IOc Cotton Clothes Line 60 feet IOc Ladies Vest Ute Ladies 20c Hose ilk 0Ladles Belts tOe IFlikiulaaxv JOe Wood Bowls lOc Perfrrated Pie Pans 5c Pill Covers 5c Cake Pan- CMldS V ABC Plate 5c Pudding Pans ac Needle Books with 4 papers neodles Louming1insLarge Bottle liiaing 5c Sad Iron Holders 5c Sad Iron handles 6c Strainers c- Lamp ShuN 5o Tea Strainers 50 Embroidery Hoops 5c Stove Lifters 5c Towel Reeks 5e Asbestos Mats fie Garden Trowels 6c Roll Toilet Paper 6c Looking Glasses 5c Mustard Pots 5c Sherbet Glasses c Tape Lines fie Tooth Bashes 5c Screw Drivers Kitchen Knives Ttc Lull Openers 5c Coiiibiuutiuii Tools ic Kuives and Forks V each Tiesne mends instantly Rid Gloves Turn clothes cloth l e 5c Round ComU 6o uDressfYy Brava Pins 60 Drawer Pullets 6c Pipes Be- Awlsfic r I Shaving Brushes 6c t Mourning Pins 5c Varnish Brushes 6c Wrenches 5csLamp Burners fieSCollates Shaving Soap Co Tooth Picks per hex 50 Agate Buttons per gross Co Tack Pullers 5c Bells 5e- Leatlier Washers per roll 60 lOo Pearl Buttons per dozen 5e Safety Pins 64 4arningi Egg Separators 6c Soudan Mucilage Be Flue Stops 6c Tack Hammers lie Hatchets 5c 10 Cents Boys Cowboy Hoso lOa Misses Ribbed Hose IOc Molt 10 yard Fancy Ribbon lOo bolt Largo size Maple Ohair Seats IOc Horse Brushes bOo C Nicklo Pinto Call Bolls lOo Stoles bOo Elysian C Melliers Perfumes 100 Sawing Bunks lOc Scales lOc- itchen Saws lOc helf and Brackets 100 Lemon Squeezers IOc Glue Pot with Glue L Brush IOc lacking Brush tOo rumb Tray and UnSh 100 DustPan lOo Saws JOe i Mops IOc j 4 Handles lOc oug Handle Fenthor Dusters l00- uspidors lOc Sprinklers tOe Glass Dippers 100 Wood Lemon Spneozors lOo I Boxes bOo th Brooms IOc Vegetable Choppers IOc Asbestos huddles lOc t Vegetable YanslOc- Collendars Slicers IOc- Otiko J IOc 1 Rios lOo Brooms bOo Hat Racks with five hooks IOc J ihovelst rass Curtain Rods IOc Poles and fixtures bOo I Towels Linen Largesifcd Cotton and Turkish lOa quart Corord Buckets bOo Combination Sifter Jelly strainers bOo quart Coffee Pots lOc Knives lOc Spectacles Cases IOc V 1Iiitk L P W S ELLISON 0 J F 1Ji 1 1IA1Xr ETJcJi 1It f J it i t- wa 1 tr fa1 0 10 TIcI1II I f r r JinUnionCtty M 4 s ntGibsonMrs Lucy Watson visited in Graves County this week Miss Mercer will be the guest of Mrs +I Lee Ellison for several weeks Miss Myrtle Roberson of Ilailwell iis visiting near Clinton this week You will find Shirt Waists made for 1902 at AMBERGS People love to patronize every mer s chant that pushes his business s mocrationominee i t Monday All kinds or Underwear and Hosiery Shoe Store RICE NAYLOR Never go back on your home mer chants but patronize tom all the time OfaWeatherlyTuesday attendttzl this week R it G Corsets are guaranteed not to stretch sold at AMBERGS edSlIliurdftynightsuccess Jenkins UlnWontherlMrs J II Jackson Txarkana Ark Arrived Wednesday on a visit to her mother Mrs S M Cavitt lorsSummerThe Anti Saloon Campaign is on in presuntiudicaUOOS belUftrdgrassioual districts whore the vote is lose Miss Johuie Cacoy will leave us for spendinghlrCity Rr1b G Unroots never stretch sold ouly at AMBERGS Mrs Alfred McDauiol now of Tampa Fla arrived in Hickmau Wednesday aud will remain hero several weeks Dr JM Ilubbard EG Rice and a AL Thompson were reelected trustees Iliekmau College at the election Wed nesday if you want tho latest thing in slippers see tho E P Reed line at AMBERGS William J Shelburne of Union City will preach at Mt Hermon Sunday afternoon at 280 oclock A full attend anon is desired Misses Lillie and Nina Maddox who have been attending school at Lexington Ky have returned to their home near State Line ilhebe trlinaof b1nckdttssgoods we rIiavQ ever shown II o XMBERGT The Prohibitiousts advocates the j inter oure lout before the Philip pine army ever dreamed of itSays the Paducah News Julius Freidrich filed articles of as naming H T Smith as As Tuesday Fredrich was a Mer ohaut Tailor at Fulton Seo theline of wash goods at- AMBERGS All Dee Ambeg left Wednesday night to attend a house patty in Lake county given by Mrs Thurmondand will be absent about one week Grover Cleveland will make a speech- at the opening of the Tilden Club in Now York June 19 the first he has made since he quit politics New line of 1U G Corsets at- AMBERGS The vote in tho First district was 13008 a good deal larger than was ex pected Ollio James majority was 3002 Crossland got only 7 votes in Crittendentcountye Miss Dacy Cooley one of the sweetsacst and most popular young ladies of iMayfield died in Louisville last Sun day She was a daughter of the late Capt S W Cooley Farmers have commenced cutting wheat and by next week it will be full on Some speak more hopefully about the yield but the general opinion predict only half crop i The 3 kinds of Oxfords and Slippers for 250 Shoe Store i RICE NAYLOR The local option people have decided t to take another vote on license saloons in tulton at an early date The votsrtwill be taken on both the JJentucky x and Tennessee sides Leader 01r I The St Louts Republic insists that the trust evil must be reached by amH 1 uicuduient the high protective tariff i but nothing of that sort is likely tobe done in the present Congress The general Assembl of the Presby l i torinn Church has taken steps toward alchange in the statement of doctrine lint J it is understood that there is no purpose I w to make the moral law easier The Republican United States Senaltltors are said to be in favorjof Mr Han j lua for president It is hard work for J some of them to restrain themselves i- orr r from breaking ant while the boom isih iitsyouth i MISSCS and children high grl1iK f slippers 1 Shoe Store RICE Jt NAYLOR V i 1 Mr J W Roberts a very w rlhyccitizen met with a serious accident i1it whilst at work at the Men lo factory j 1 Monday in which we learn he had one s i arm and two ribs broken He was atfrjiowork about the log carriage Jti r Prof A R Boone of Charleston Mo Ltris visiting to lIickman Wenudr Ostand that he is an applicant for the pe l iJi sition of Principal of Hickinaii CoU gei t and that ho is highly endorsed M fworthy and well qualified p f iit j H- k Il3 v j i 1 i t o oJ 4 io0 1 t L 7 k I J s- i t I f- C II 2 t I 9 i ri l rl l rl iG i t i ii t 1t 1 t I l t 4t r 44- I 4f 4t f I j f f r of 0H 1 r 5 r 1 I 1tj- i c J J t- j f I j IIi itii t jo t t f S r fI t n v TO BOOM INVENTION Paducah News It is stated that the objectJ 1 of Nathan Stubblefield tho L Murray inventor in going East vas to give demonstra tions of his wireless tele phony invention before East ern capitalists Mr Stnb blefield passed thr 0 ug Paducah last week b He has alf his back a corn pany for the development of Jiis invention and patents are slow pending covering all its important parts Some weeks ago in Washington 1he gave a public and successful tort of his apparatus an now with iinprOYQlllen- svllicll the Washington test ebb1 yhibitions both in New York andl Philadelphia and nth fasten cities MrT Stubblefield and h- L thirteenyearold son Bernard L who is his firsti t attracted attention in the scientific world by the remorkable experiments Iat the town of Murray Het he set up his instruments iin various parts of the townI and transmitted nlessa to a dozen instruments receivers at onetime 11it the improved instruments Mr Stubblefield dechnvsi4 I that he can transmit a mes sage over any distance of ground and his in vent ionI should therefore prove as much superior to the wire I longdistjlnct e ordinary tehi hone instru ment Stubblofield lids de elated that he will give out no scientific description of his apparatus1 before his pat eats are issued Saved from un Awsul tale Everybody said 1 hnd cofHnlnp + ton writes Mrs A M Shields of Cham berbnrg tea 1 was so low after six months of severe sickness caused Iby Hay Fever und Asthma that f thought oouldget well but I learnedI KlngsXewI I it and was completely cured Fl I desperate Throat and Lung Diseases iis the safest cure iu the world and infallible for Cough and Bronchi Affections Guaranteed bottles SOc a 3100 Trial bottles free at Cowgill Cowgill SENATOR MASONS SURPRISE Mason the Republican Senator from Illinois surprised the democrats aud republicans alike by differing with his party on the Philipiue question JIe is what he Mr saidII that the war in the Philippines was the greatest mistake the United States hadiI ever made He said the cost would have paid double the amount of pen lion roll would have put a public build wouldhave j propriation for a quarter of u centuryf thbudhe at wasJdue to the miserable policy of attempt J ing to buyjsoverignty with gold r 1 1 NOTICE 1 Is hereby given to all persons indebted I to the firm of M B Shaws Sons to come forward at once and make sat m factory arrangements in regard to their accounts 1 M B SIIAWII I j jj i LPVlSVflIOfl STATION CAIBO r k f talc MONTGOMERY OBILfJACUONVII NEW ORLEANS a TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION CITY Forth Doondp+ No2 inNodKoSouth Bound No1 Leaves mNoinNoc S CLARKEtGeMnl Mauser BTLACra 11CCt l rant AittGcnIPaMrAgiDt 011LS IT Lettii PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to George Buck and have them sharpened two or 25 cents I t j NEGRO DEPORTATION A Telegram from Chattanooga says A resolution was presented to the International Innuigratiou and Commer dial Association a Negro Organization meeting in Chattanooga petitioning congress to appropriate 500000000 for t deportation of any tllssatistied De s It is claimed that negroes en joy inThe United States less political protection than people in Turkey or China and that the United States bI firsthThere Is no great priyilege existing in America and that is any one who is not satisfied with this country ours uutlsol penSes to another clime is entirely n different question The good negroes in this country are just as happy and contented as the white people They are industrious and lawabiding citizens and have the respect of the people among whom 1they live They have no fear or rio lawtSchnrches and schools mtpiiiK the lull benefit of good citizens It is the vici oas and lawless class that are dissatis fied with this country u clusw that wo tmusportedelof whites who have uoithor resptjgr for offtiWhen brutes cease to exorcise their vntI I lndfilil I Sucrud cows often defile Indian tent pies buf worse yet is a b dy thats pol iteCleanse your systcin with Dr Kinds r1Thet i OulylxaeoWILLIAMS GOOD WILL 1 he Emperor Williams has set ant to do lhp handsome thing by tle United Sitarsvile has issued ordered for the dettiit of a special naval attache to be j at the disposal of Admiral OKeil who j is 10 hujt delegate to the International Sliu Hilllilin IWIiniijil+ Kinntiv Cont rl atiou to be lurid in Duuseldoef this tuoiith Throe AincrkHu jeneraH are tc have R utcst n stiu uishtd rvcoption jI u the full miiiury mniienverv Kit tllfIiI Hit Kuihor I Rlriucei siiitneof 1Vedirit k theii + tal WRsh1j tngtcti Williitu set ins ieui OH going l1Ljtlri entire satisfaction with the location I ltesdunt lloosvolt has selected for the statue of Frederick the Great At the arsenal near the new war school it publicTheboau stand iu the most prominent nndIi historical park of the capital facing the principal avenue and opposite the residence of the Chief Executive eriIlupp Time In Old Town We felt very happy writes R X Bevill Old Towii Va wliqu Back Ileus Arnica Salve who cured our bendtI use UlcersJ25c at Cowgill Cowgills drug store I VAKItlAfiES T J Jones to W A Duran nt Pul1 ton IKy on May 21 1002 J W Neighbors to Tiilin A Morn 1 at Hicktnan Ky June 1 sr 1002 Rev T F More officiating reJames Jleatherly toltee Johusou Hick tnnnNlctoreTIyJuno F CRUELTY TO VEGETABLES 1 t- An exchange is advocating the or + prevetriconIs of digging the eyes out of potatoes I pulling the ears of corn eating the heads of cabbage pulling the beard off rye threshing wheat cutting the hearts of trees spilling the blood of Lents I J I hrcaldngtiletaco quartering an apple squeeziu a lemon and similar outrages Ana in almost every instance these crimes art committed by women too WHERE WOMAN IS ADORNED In Australia a woman no matter what she may do is never regardedr robj= i fact and break all the commandments i lJeinginot even sent to an ordinary to Ifatej j I pulled to take np her abode for a time i in a convent j Virulent Confer Cured j Startling proof of a wanderful ad j druggisG I old man there had long suffered AuII f what good doctors pronounced incurable cancer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters j and applied Buckleus Arnica Salve i which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe at the same time this salve exerts its matchless healing power blood skin eruptions ulcers and Vanish Bitters SOc Salve Sac at Cowgill CowgIllst1 andOrj FIckuida to ph hu trarse null solicits thee patronage of the public You can get first class i PuintinI I I prices and you can also get your bog repainted at a nominal cost with the p hLeavebStore CALLo ANDI SWT3S I 4 fJ u z yingFresh11 Choice 1 lli lleat Queens waie HttI lev Cream Free lr3 tarn 1l small A lot of useful n i1leos for lOc Hay and Bian AlI nt iJ II W I I SONIn air PER lilt bid FECIBEDS made of metalThey art strong andpleasing convenient and economical DurJJuIo altnahltl ortirhitbutnoneiJttot OPA Czx cx andIiIr ourRattant warm night prices arolpr as 8oJ We also carry a uw line of Couches L UII g Settles Cotaiid Matresse Prices tuit rh timei a Call mdt them MOlt ItIs A LlllLLILS r r q TEXA8hRSNS1SI ANNELOUISIANA LAre best reached the otton tllwhic line runt trains trdm St Lo s ebe a 4d C3jro directly through the most fenu1 pI io ot Ark nsas Lou and Texas se aths f I Iisiana reach direct or m e 9o e SMc 1w t I conuecticlos far all parts afH e t I n j SouthwestIf I to 8 nd a Rood Home I cropsIper writo for a copy of our hand tile6uuthwlttltI otlthoII Texas with a Camera SellU freei l tQbettor1 = = = I CARUTHERSS BAKERY ANDoI 1CONFEGTIO1tERY FRESH BREAD CAKES ANf CONFECTIONERIES JNumubor you get blue trading ti1llqS h every lOc etmlv purchase t 1wit CLINTON STREEi j JCXl1VCji Tolophono Number JU t Jas W Roney JATTORNEYATLllioUiunii f iLocated at the Court HouseiIf u t IIJOHN RINGWOODt Iii Gene aL wocexze I iDeislhtoinks Icteps all kinds of Groceries lum Family Supplies jB I BUTTER EGGS CIIICKRNt i A SPECIALTY I Goods Delivered Free Telephone No 89 iCash Book Stafe lr i j Splendid Selection of fII l NEW BOOKS tSTATONERYi NOTION Call and see our Stock iicr up to date Jj MARY ERESDESf Co 1 CITY BARBER sappii heretoI ke I trygR U CAUJWELL Ylrn Oaoviili l 1 M ABAHI T P A CAIRO ILL f ELaBEAUMEGPTA STLOUISMOJJ i I I IIli+ + I dlii +of + 1 ++ + t Buildingi r Material f I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM N tMtT BEH5 s rItj Limo and Cement jrtPaints Oils etc- H 4it1 tr CHEKUFCLLVFUKSISUEI rIJI1 4rMr T f ifit4 +44444 +4 ItJttorl4jHt 1 r COURIER JOURNAL 2THIES A WEEK I 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWfCKAWEEK COUUIEK publishedImanyDailiesSemiWeeklies BENIn WATER SUN Editor The Wednesday lasuo is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIER JOURNAL COMPANYLouisville THB WBBT T CFF TH EM AAkL Nunnallys Cand- iesEeigers CALIFORNIA PERFUMES FOR SALE BY Cowgill Sf Co Vgill DRUGGISTS l 0 3 Q t1 7R s m ilnvi riii c Nicest Freshest Canned Goods f- ilfti fcix Zffiarfeat 111 Heinzs Pickles Semiss Catsups Deviled Crabs with Shells Canned sparagusKf 1 To Ben mdvery S1rilla use awl luncheons Dont forget V to o o EFtE EC1T tfFARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Cil7X3 oIr Sicl n Y0It 4 u Absolute BasisThai we offer to expositors Other in clucements1 arc of i4Ceon lary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage 1 A THOMPSON Cashier H BUCHANAN Piesident DIRECTORS I j j c iioyuuiMNT H IC IIVAX jJ A THOMPSON j1 c CHEEK I IIt T ISI Kt J W ALEXAXDKU 1 IJ TIIKELKEL1 I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS FORSALE IarAii71 IE is i IS TOM DILLON Sr Propr Itn II C tet Marble and Granite Monuments CURBIN STONK WORK of all Kindt IRON I1LNCINU1c1 c- Sickman Ky S Why Dont You Open Your Eyes And look about you Dont you see that I set ling kinds o- fFamily Groceries at such roflucpo prices that it does prove that you InakmOIH bu1 notlrlottanynUJllprImvnt sold then more fort dollar than credit houses can uilbrd to sell N yourcashthem to take the chances on giving credit to others faYolitosIuti iorthetyaste your festPricps0 I Also I agent for the 1 U IRIS PAINTS Not the cheapest in price but the best and most durable 1 r r paint made Guaranteed by Siiuiiions K Hhrdvare Compaii St Louis Mo G CUE THRELKELDrr Hie 11tt lztitclj= 1 BRICK Good Brick at 075 ou the yard ppl RUTLEDGEzi92t lUmitjp G am all do am 1 WANTEDStock to pastore jA MSIIAW Statehiriit 1t 3N 4t ftc t i C I lJfJ JIlt 0 fl s j wcxz r o fi 1 0 r 4 r 1- t x cv 1 1 rt j e r ywe n w a2 i rvr rt y y v LL- l ft ftp I i IA Ie jfrr j1I 1 7- zit s N b f h l m t w i I I R 4E s r e i 1 1 s li II- ry a ItI ItHi iti i 11 tDOUBLE BLESSING ti Fefrgiveness of Sins and Bestowal of Temporal Blessings SerweH fcrtheMmKhivay anil flyway- reacherili onthe Clennalur nud HcHlinjr of the Man Sick U4ceUk the Palsy o tCopyrigfftlSOC by A N Kellogg Ncw epa- 4 per Co Chicago June 1 Text Whether Is easier to say Thy rirs be forgiven thee or to say Rise up and walk But that ye may know that the Son of Man hath power upon earth to forgive stns He zoW unto the sick of the palsy I say unto thee Arlse and take up thy couch and go Into thine house And Immediately he rose up before them and took up that whereon he lay and depart ed to his own house glorifying GodLuke 53 S- Take your Bible and read the beau tiful and stirring stcry of the healing of the man sick with the palsy as re chapterofthe twentysixth verse Jesus has re turned to Capernaum the center if some of Ills mighti Kt works Immedi ately the news of HIK coming is noised abroad The sixteenth verse tells us that just previous to this lie had with drawn himself to the wilderness titers to commune in secret with the Father anti obtain from Him the strength and refreshing that was necessary to the carrying out of His great mission ire has been missed On a previous Sub bath day He had cast out the devil from a man in the synagogue had healed Peters wifes mother and had busydaybrought to Him sick with divers this easesandhealingthemAnd those in need flock to this great Healer and Teacher and later go away null say We have seen strange things today Blessedly strange because lIe gave so differently from the way in which the world nave and spake as never man spake before And it is ever thus Where Jesus is in mani fest power there are strange things wrought and souls are blest But the critics of our J curd were there Pharisees and doctors of the law You will always find them where the Lord is at work There to hinder and not to help There notto glorify God for Iris mighty works but to criticise the manner in which the work is done The Lords methods did not quite fit into the cold formal ism and ritualism and traditional ism of the leaders of the Tews JSoi can church or denomination or creed or ritualism or fnriritielBm or conservatism dictate today the times and seasons of Gods visitation or monopolize the ways and channels through which the Holy Spirit shall operate ar The power of the Lord was present to heal them and they came From all over that thriving bustling city of Capernaum the people gathered until the court of the house where the Lord was became crowded and the street without was filled with the eager throng Behind the rest be cause hindered by the burden they were carrying came the men bearing the bedridden paralytic Could we have been there we might have overheard him wearily protesting to those who were bearing him that the crowd was blocking the way and he would never be able to see Jesus and so they had better carry him back home But no they knew that hope lay ahead and that faith would finda way Ah loyal persistent friends what an example they have been throughout the centuries to those who are laboring to bring some friend to Christ There is always some way of getting them into the presence of Jesus even if nil formality has to be east to the winds and the frown of the modern Phari sees and doctors of the law has to be faced To the roof they go with their helpless burden and their eager hands soon have the things thrown to one side and a way made to the presence of Jesus It is always possible to get into the presence of Testis but it is not always easy Sometimes thepeople are between you and Jesus You know you ought to come The convicting power of God has wrought in your heart and convinced you that you need to see Jesus but you hesitate The people are between you and Jesus You use not the cour age of your convictions to pass them You cannot endure their gaze and their sneer perhaps or their drafting The crowd got between Jesus and Zacheus but he needs must see Jesus and he climbed up into the sycamine tree and that day became the butt for all the rude throngButand took dinner with him and de clared before He left that salvation hind come to Zacheus house That was blessed reward for all the hu miliation of the sycamine tree Yours may he a like experience if you will jiwt aside pride and endure the trial ike effort to see Jesus You may- sVV to climb to the roof and become a fJH T stock for the world you Tuny have to tear away the tiles of pre tMlice and preconceived notions onlywWM iRging couch was lowered Into of that astonished n fitd company Jesus looked tit iI tead of a rebuke which jj itIM JavffcA 1tttacb ers would have had Him lelrrMIis encouraging smile I j f greeyMtR standing upon tar rooi noel aeripiilre declares that He jdhrijt lrftiltJi JIow quick He is to ttt tilerlltinfst heart throb oC- r lIJ1n The tip of the jlJteJoI the hero of His C W 1 garment as He passed along the highway was enough to obtain from Him the blessing sought And seeing their faith He turned His gaze upon thepoor paralytic now lying before Him thanks to their faithfulness iIIul said unto himii1 Man thy sheHBaBU forgiven thee Ah how these words of Jesus throw new light into the picture of this mans need and we realize that He sees not as man seeth The strain ing eyes of the pressing throng in the courtyard and the doorway see only a poor paralytic needing healing Testis looks deeper and search ing the depths of the human heart sees sin there and need of cleansing The man is conscious of but one need He desires above everything else strength in his wasted limbs and new vigor in his nerve centers His thought is centered in this life and all hope is bound up In the stUn of the years he may live this side the grave But the words of Jesus awaken within him a new sense of need and the way is paved for a double blessing This double blessing is that to which Jesus referred when He saiduSeek first the Kingdom of God and Ills righteousness and nil these things shall be added unto jou The para lytic as he Is being borne to the pres ence of Jesus realizes but one need and has but one supreme desire that of physical and temporary blessing but when fnce to face with Jesus he be conies conscious of a greater need that ofcleansing from sin Face to liter with Jesus It is a heart searching position to be in No trying to make the dark places in the hidden recesses of the heart look clean and presentable Then is borne in upon the soul that declaration of Gods Word that the Heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked who can know it Yea who can know It but Godl Who can fathom its depths of iniquity but the searching eye of the omnipotent God When Peter came face to face with Jfute on that morn ing after the wcnry night of toil with his partners and hind taken nothing and launched out Into the deep at the bidding of Jesus and let down time net and the miraculous draught of tithes almost brake the nets time flrstthing be became conscious of all he realized lie was In the presence of the Son of Cod was that he was A sinful tab In t tie agony of lift kit condition he cries out Depart from me for T am a sin ful mnn O hOTd And when a soul nets into that broken comlit ion then is nliea Jfijiis does not depart but com s very near And with the loving touch of His nailpierced hands covers the sin spots and ivtpcs them ont forever Jacob the usurper with the black stain of the lie still fresh upon hip lips comes to Bethel ns lip ties from the murderous wrath of hip brother Wlifn lie wakes in the morning nftrWie vMt ofCJotl to Innrin that wonder ful viKloniiiVxeliilm now dreadful Is this peace Yes its a dreadful place to come fnto the presence of God There is where time bidden sins of the heart begin to parade them selves All what an arrayof them there are Sins unknown to our best friends and winch we have hidden away from mortal eyes but the pene trating eye of the allfeeing Grid searches them out He knows they are there You cannot escape Him As John the Baptist prepared the way for the coming of Jesus what was the burden of his message Repent ye The Jewish nation was watching for and expecting a king but ty tint needed Saviour from sin They are go Ing to hove a King snme day blessed be the faithfulness of God and He will be this same Jesus which is taken up from you Into Heaven But like multitudes In the world today ilmevwere seeking unll these things instead of the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and Jlost everjlhlng Jesus began His ministry with the same message Repent ye And Repent ye is the message that is needed In time world today Face to nee with Jesus brings agony of soul but it leaves behind the blessing which sendsone forth like the paralytic glorifying and praising the LamrL Friaml hvei you been face to face i with Jesus l The man of our text was brought to Jesus deiring deliverance from palsy of the body Jesus gave him first deliverance from palsy6 of the soul Xo tree the implication JG the words of sayThusayitieegreater power required in forgiveness bodyOnetoast ffutthnt ye may Unov that the Stunt of Man hath posrerupon earth to forgive sins fHe said unto the sick of the palsy 1 say unto thee arise How patient time Lord is with us in hytepthe material to the spiritual not will ing that one should perish but thai nil should come unto the knowledge of the truthnd immediately he rose up And ns the gathered multi rude opens up a passageway to the street nod sees time mango bade to bis hom glorifyingI God it knows a mighty miracle has been wronghtand yet a mightier and more glorious miracle had been enacted but a moment imml11Jftteinthe heart of that sinscarred man reached out after Jxsus and the Lord poke time worjf ian thy sins artj passedfromI i traTJsformnience of the rather the Godof the mini verse and the mans record in the judgment book of Heaven urns blotted out for ever a clean page was turned for him and at its head was written thef nnmeroletlS and with that name written pntbeJJesll tuLles of a his heart that man bad an oen sesame to Heaven and its glories A captive was delivered from the prison house of sin and the power of Satan The crowd that day saw and realized only the healing and since that daytime majority of those who have read the record of this wonderful Incident have marveled at the raising to his feet of the paralytic and have passed lightly over the cleansing from sin of this man and thus they have lost the very heart of the matter and Its deep est lesson It has come to be known as the healing of the man sick with the palsy when it ought to be entitled The miracle of the cleansing from sin of the man sick of the palsy A palsied soul is a more awful and deadly condition than a palsied body The sum of the years of this life are soon passed and the palsied body is left behind but the palsied soul insen sate from sin and selfishness passes on beyond the grave into time presence of the One who could have given life but where the potency of the cross to that soul is then lost forever for he that believeth not iis condemned already because he tenth not believed in the name of the only begotten Sun of God You may not realize your condition Only God can show it to you He will if you will but let His Spirit have en trance to your heart where hidden sins He for When He the Spirit in come lie will convince time worl of sin and of righteousness anduf jdCtrI I meat David with his kingly robes about him and the elegance and ease of his magnificent palace with his vo taries about him to please and Hatter him and lull his conscience to sleep almost forgot the awful sins that lay hidden in the depths of his heart But when athan the prophet came and I by his little parable resurrected all the awful record and exclaimed Thou art the man Dad began to realize the exceeding sinfulness of sin But instead of trying to excuse him self or instead of becoming angry and turning from Gods messenger we find David crushed to the ground before the Lord with the consciousness of his guilt niB cry is now Against Thee Thee only have I sinned and done this evil In Thy sight In the flftyflrst Psalm David hiss recorded liin heart searching experience before the Lord and has sh vn jfuiltT sinners the way to forgiveness and salvation And vjiat more wonderful miracle can you find anywhere recorded Ig rudPI word than here in the case of David who comet a murderer an adulterer a thief nail throwing himself at the feet of Mil Savior an a fI11ni hr w raised up a redeemed soul tl ansrdwhiter than snow Yes when we get over on the other side and mingle with the hosts of the redeemed and meet the paralytic and the lepois and the multitudes of oilirs who Mt the healing touch of thr Saviors hands we will not 1HT1Fn mieh at the healing of the body as time saving of the soul And I do not believe we will hear them going about telling of their wonderful cures but they will have their whole thought centered in the Christ and will sing a new song saying Thou wast slain and hast redeemed us to God lit Thy blood out of every kindred and tongue and people and nation The greatest miracle the greatest blessing that came to the paralytic of our text was hIs cleansing from sin Time secondary blessing was tlF supplying of his bodily needs This is the way God always works As he loft tlc presence of Jesus and Missed along the street with springing step anil joyful tongue the sky Feeined bluer the birds sang swPet er the very nil vibrated with the I blessed presence of God See hia as lit enters his home The as1 jI tonmlftl wife and wonoVrmg children I wunIll story While he is yet talking II tinge sadness fiita over her face arc a dread strikes into her j r heart Will he go back to his oldt J butIfleeting She recalls the successiveI steps hv which he hind been reduced to the helpless condition In whichI Jesus found him She realizes that he has been stored to health by the merciful htnduf God but will itlnly be for a season And while she is pondering these things in herIt I theIof his life with the tears streaming down his face he tells her that the Lord has forgiven him his sins and will ship top forgive him for the grief he has caused her Then the joy of time newfound hope begins to creep Into her heart her face begins to lighten up aril she knows that her husband iis a changed man inside and lout and that this old sinful lift that hall filled his body with the deadly palsyjhas no longer power over him Delivered Delivered from the pow er of Satan Oh what joy in that home that day Oh what joy comes Into every home when Jesus gets into the hearts of those who dwell there Everything runs smoother work becomes a pleasure and weari ness makes the heart rejoice that it belongs to thg Saviour who said Come unto ftnil ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest Take My yoke upon you and learn of Me for I am meek and lowly in heart and ye shall fund rest unto your souls A double blessing Yea verily with the cleansing from sin comes not another blessing but a perfect stream of blessings which in ererbroadening mea ire flow through this life to the very gate of Heaven DnmnRlnKT Tcxtlninny Yex sold Mr Blowhard I am a selfmade man My dear sir replied MiSs Cutting quietly cur are iiit obliged to incriminate yourself uniyou choose ttmM State JvuraaL r LOST JURISDICTION I IThe Fee nroke Down toiler Jedl cUl HVliiht and Changed Latro Mandate theII Some ojjfjie supreme court justices have theyfrequents theyireate session chambers affirm the Waihing n Star Jh15a Brewer ii one of the motinsmitabr story teller muug them and he told Qneithe other da that mused iiseofeega mniensely Out in Indiana he said tkc e a jtustice Ii the peace who owucda rann One line of hi s fence formed the boundary of the states uf Indiana and Ohio Mp others in rural districts wao appredation ind never last an opportunity to exercise pealebeman go tofighting on a stretch of the farm near tit undar line fence and the justice af theIBKtice rusted out and mounted the fence Jen with head cocked high and the ne who has but to command lie In the name of the state of rn airlmand the preservation of the peac st then the fence gave wayy under ght and as he went down with the fen 1opping over to the Ohio ide he houtenw his son Give him tie mischief rrve lost my jurisdiction if Belle of the Kltclieu- MistreWnere are the bardboled eggs 1 ordered Itutjur n ma1M the cook nod JouJleut playing pupg with tneS Town Topics f Jturell While You WnIL Alien FootEae is a certain cure for hot feetSold FItEEAtItd 1iASht Iuilrratooil it terllmi at14luariauSaeoIndeedI had no idea mihe wail iaaSod Chicago Daily News ToCure a Cold In One liny AUdrugijlsisrefundwoney HIfShe teems to be quite up to date 36 Q She refers to her marriage as- a mereettT N Y sun ufterarstlnoResHtrnnt e uter Sure to toe Lanier bava l it Eshingledana tiie barhI l t goes o furiatLnga FU111- 1SII f lluDtnlfllt 4stirn+ o in an i iri i ble tidy tar Our I ai jwfX V OEet OKA N1I Feb 17I lXiO 1 yftJlfituraw a uantatirg liark lut we seenI more tiuu out iian 111 shJHtrla I a I r IvI io ft 2lrrt 1 ll I I ljsI1 r 08 W1Y 1 1 1 Co T ActcfaUcPfcparalionforAs I Simi aiing thercodandIlcgula h ting eSlomochs andBowelsl or Promotes DigestionCheerfuh ness mdnestContains neither OpiutiMorpltine nor tiuera1 TXOTN ARC OTIC d AfeaftilfrilTLmrllEll i J e JI6tM bcr81J14 fdt- ilsae Suri f J 1 f1fJetdrtf1 iisdlixraI1 itorJrwt nrrcr forCorstipaCon Worms Convulsions Fevcns h t ness lend Loss OF SLEEP facSimile orniNEW YORK LwTcopy lOr WRAPPER oJ i Mrs Annie McKay Chaplain Sons of Temperance 326 Spadina Ave Toronto Cured of Severe Female Troubles by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound j u DEAR MRS PINKHAM Being a mother of five children I have had experience with the general troubles of my sex I wags lacerated when one of my children was born and 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891011121 13 114 lli C e 15 16 117 1819 ZO21li 22 23 24 2526 27 28 g 29 30 10 im Iem HlSSBIII6 J I CURRENT TOPICS wra Gasmen of Chicago Ill have form ted anion1n h Plttsburg raised 22058 lor the Martinique sufferers Some Russian railways employ only members of the Orthodox church Kansas has 600 more miles of rail road than the state of New York The flaxseed crop of Hungary in 1901 amounted to 162445 pounds The demand for union painters at Srracuse N Y can not be supplied Mount Redoubt on the west coast of Cook Inlet in Alaska is in erup Lion One of the fire department horses in Baltimore is extremely fond of urn burger cheese King Edward from childhood has always shown the keenest interest in fires and firemen Lord Roberta will retire as com mander in chief of the forces after the coronation ceremonies Owing to a Turkish imperial order the teaching of Armenianhlstory has been prohibited in Turkey- In 1845 there were no female and child laborers in the marble industry of France Today they constitute 21 per cent of the force Connecticut pays a bounty of 1 for each fox killed within its borders Last year the payments on this account amounted to 1272 The area of all Syria including Pal estine is officially calculated at 108 000 square miles and the population Is between 5000000 and 3500000- M Louts Parisot an eminent French chemist has discovered a liquid which he claims to be capable of preserving the freshness of eggs for a period of 12 yearsPneumatic postal tubes will be put ln Borvlco again July 1 In New York Brooklyn Boston and Philadelphia Their construction is authorized in six other cities But little notice was taken In Hot land of the anniversary of Queen Wit lielminas wedding and no reference to it whatever appeared In the lead Ing Dutch papers- Vegetarians will hear with much gratification the news that the international pedestrian match between Berlin and Dresden was won by a man who eats no meat- Comparative charts of the navies of the powers drawn by tle Kaiser himself have been presented to the emperor of Austria by the German military attache at Vienna St Pierre on the Island of Martin- Ique which has just been wiped out by a volcanic dusturbance enjoyed a worldwide fame as one of the most beautiful cities a existence- It is reported that King Edward has subscribed 50 toward the Rosa Bon heur statue at Bordeaux The celebrated painter is to be represented on a horse and holding a palette Foreigners will not be permitted to travel over the Siberian railway without special Russian authorization This has been officially announced by the Russian consul at Shanghai Most of the railway stations in Rus sia are about two miles from the towns which they respectively serve This is a precaution against fire as man of the Russian dwellings are thatched with straw A royal sturgeon landed by a tray eler at Boston Lincolshire London was nine feet nine inches longfour and onehalf fceL in girth weighed 402 pounds and was sold for 53 in the London market- Robert Fitzsimmons exchampion jnigilist of the world who has dum founded the medical and athletic world by his wonderful vitality and powers of endurance claims all Is du capacityaThe Australian postmaster general states that an internal penny post within the commonwealth must pre jiTcede an external penny post Doth j objects might be accomplished by the ttijne of the coronation T The disaster at Martinique and neighboring West Indian islands has unbalanced the minds of many per MilS A dozen cases of insanity are rTicorded in Paris alone and several others In the provinces Lord Roberts replying to a corre spondent who suggested using corps of veterans for British home defense I sajs he appreciates the patriotism of tie proposal but is of opinion that f fcliers who have served their con n fifty may now look to younger men to editIi Ajowrdin to a recent consular re remarkablephenomenacwrt thy J3tI lfibochood generally of Vesuvius tj LTMS took the form of vain which Ica icfcarted so heavily with hydrochloric c y t that considerable damage to w1WE etUon was the result I J BLUEB AND GRAY ALIKE The of Veterans in Ar o Its ton Decorated V Memorial Bust of the Late Presi Ident William McKinley Was Un veiled With Appropriate Cere monies in Philadelphia Washington May 31 Decoration lay was observed here perhaps more generally than ever before The an louncement that President Roossvelt would deliver an oration at Arlington Drought to that historic city of the lead a vast concourse of people among whom were numbered thousands ot veterans who Journeyed to the ceme ery to honor the memory of their omrdes who had died In their coun ads cause or who having survived fire struggles of 1861 and 1898 had passed since Into the great unknown The local arrangements were in harge of the department of the Po omac and Included a parade of all the 3 A R and other patriotic organiza lions the decoration of monuments lnd graves and addresses by men prominent in the affairs of the govern ment At Arlington where the principal exercises were held a national sa lute was fired at 12 oclock by the 4thII battery United States field Music was rendered by the marine UPIonion marched to the tomb of the un known During the decoration of the tomb by the special committee chosen from the different G A R organiza lions and auxiliary societies the mat tine band played an appropriate selection A touching feature of the work of decoration was the strewing of flowers over the graves of tne con federate dead who He buried in a section of the cemetery In the mean time a vast crowd had assembled at the amphitheater where the services were conducted Immediately after the memorial exercises at the amphi theater the monument erected to the memory of Col Edgar OConnor of the M Wisconsin regiment was unveiled In the presence of a number of his comrades The address of the occa sion was delivered by Representative John J Jenkins of Wisconsin Philadelphia May 31Tho feature 5f the Decoration day exercise in this city was tho unveiling of the memorial bronze bust and pedestal erect d to the memory of President McKin ley by the Philadelphia letter carriers and post office employes AT GETTYSBURG WMMHMB Unusual Throng of People Engaged In Memorial Exercises Gettysburg Pa May 31 Delightful weather brought an unusal throng of people to Gettysburg to participate in the memorial day exercises At 2 oclock the parade under Hon Theo M McAllister as marshal moved to the National cemetery The children of the public schools headed the line and the grand army veterans brought u tho rear At the National cemetery the usual ceremonies of the Grand Army of the Republic were observed after which the graves were strewn with flowers by the children and the veterans At the rostrum Rev D W Woods of Gettysburg opened the ex ercises with prayer an original noem was ready by J Griffin Hall of Balti more and the oration was delivered by Hon W D Foulke of Washington D C The ceremonies concluded wIth a benediction by Rev M Coover o Gettysburg WRECK OF THE MAINE Decorated With Flowers and Flags By the Cubans Havana May 31When the people of Havana awoke Friday morning they i saw m the wreck of the Maine tho evidence of thoughtfulness and appre ciation on the part of President Palma who ordered that the wreck which stands as a monument for more than 200 brave Americans be appropriate ly decorated to commemorate the day merican and Cuban flags garlands of roses and wreaths constituted tho decorations and memorial services were held in several of the Ameri can churches AT GRANTS TOMB Memorial Services Were Held in tho Presence of 5000 People eNew York May 31 Memorial serv ices were held in the afternoon at Grants tomb in the presence of 5000 people The exercises were conduct ed by United shrdlglJ etaoin un nu ed by U S Grant post of Brooklyn America was suns and Lincoln Gettysburg address was read Judge Thomas M Jones of the United States district court of Alabama then was introduced and delivered the oration President Roosevelt sent a wreath WuTingSurpassed Hie Own Record New York May 31At the of the Greater New York Irish 1t tetic association at Celtic park M J Sheridaidnjf the Pastime Athletic club of New York surpassed his own worlds record with a throw of tha discus of 125 feet 3 inches SucccsscrocLondon May 32Hon Michael Henry Herbert who is nominally secretary of the British embassy at Paris 3will probably be the xirxt British am bassador to the Ualtqd Stoics in suc cession to the late Lord Pauncefote IIQUARANTINE POSTPONED It Will Not Become Effective For stY erai Days M Louisville Ky May 31As thE to suit of a conference between iheljnj dlana and Kentucky state boards of health the Kentucky board agreed tc postpone the quarantine order wtitc1 was to become effective June lJSr tAquarantine declares that Gov DufSTa will provide funds to enable the InSjL ana health authorities to stamp out tho disease fVice President W N WIshard afo Secretary J N Hurty of the India tl bithat1 University of Pennsylvania Defee Columbia and CornellI v Philadelphia May 31The UnitI city of Pennsylvania won the jui varsity boat race from Columbia M Cornell on the national course on tl Schuylklll river In Fairmount paa Columbia was two lengths behlc Pennsylvania at the finish and CoJv nell was five lengths to the rear of Co lumbia The course was one andm half miles straight away and Penny r Consideringl- one A strong wind blew directly up the course which made the water choppy Large crowds lined both shores and there was much enthusf asm over the home crew carrying TTS colors to victory THE p GOLIAD TORNADO 10 The List 1f1andii i San Antonio Tex May nThPdeath list at Goliad as a result of the tornado on May 18 continues to groW Two more leading citizens succumbed to their injuries Friday W H Mad dox and David Mathls both promi nent in business circles are dead making a total of 141 dead up to thi time Maddoxs three children wore killed on the night of the storm an his wife died several days ao Miss Rubens Mathis Is reported dying 1 is believed that the death list will reach liO as there are a numbs- whore condition is almost beyonJl Ihope FIRE ON A RACE TRACK 1 One Man Killed and Several Othe Severely Injured I Chicago May 31The paddock tr abetting ring at the Hawthorne track Vas destroyed by fire eatan a loss of 100000 One man was killed during the fl and several men badly though not itally Injured The man who wts killed was a hangeron at the traik PetRushwatching the fire from the roof of the engine house which unknown to than cap 1 deathTheIijumpingIi LostSHIs Hold on the Parachute ami Fell About 800 Feet 1 N rJiHlctsKingston Point a summer resort Ha dailyfbAT ship was booked for his first exhibition Wb5 the balloon had reached an aUitt a of about 2000 feet Hicks commen 1 the descent by means of a parachute going slowly to about 800 feet aho the Hudson river For some reasoi he lost his hold and fell strlkinf headfirst on a sandbar in the rivsR Hicks was a nephew of Charles Kag rick well known as a balloonist j MONT TRABOCHETTE Continual tlEarthj theDnlJorts that the cattle have ceased I graze on the slopes of Mont TrabtS f 1Ingfrom the mountain Continual Sll d tremors of the earth are felt and these are supposed to be connected with tnt recent volcanic eruptions la the 4ndSl les JB Statue of McKinley Unveiled flj Muskegon Mich May 31The un veiling of the heroic bronze statue or the late President McKinley was the feature of Muskegons memorial u exercises The massive granite men u bronzefiguregiven to the public schools of Musk goo by Charles H Hackley a m lionaire lumberman of this city III ooct 30000IChicago Job Printers to Strike 31TypographlcalUnion al ea permission by the International TypqS strlJieInunless S settlement over the npprentfceshlt question is effectedIActlonlDenveranaitaidconvention of the United Association of Hotel and Restaurant employet faorlniIndependentj urganbatlf ns a 1JHESI THE MM Prof Heilprin Reahed the Sum mit of Mont Pelee Violent Explosions of Steam and Cin derLaden Vapor Took Place and Again and Again His Life Was in Danger Fort De France Island of Martin ique June 18 p mThe National Geographical society has scored a great triumph through its representa tire here Prof Angelo Heilprin who Saturday morning with three guides ascended to the top of the crater on the summit of Mont Pelee Prof Heil prin is also president of the Philadel phia Geographical society Prof Heilprin had gone to the plan- tatIon Vive which is near the crater in company with Ferdinand Clerc and Mr Reid landed proprietors of Mar tinique This expedition had been es pecially organized by United States Consul Ayme and Prof Heilprin and was led by the latter The expedition left Fort De France last Thursday May 23 at noon Fri day was spent in studying the newly founded craters on the north flank of the mountain Saturday morning Prof Heilprin determined to attempt the ascent to the tot of the crater and ytvith this purpose in view he set out at 5 oclockThe was very active but amid a thousand dangers Prof Heilv prin reached the summit and looked down into the huge crater He saw a huge cinder cone in the center of the crater The opening of the crater it sot is a vast crevice 500 feet long and 1GO feet wide While Prof Heilprin was on the gummit of the volcano several violent cIndertndeneDraper took place and again and again his life was in danger Ashes fell about him in such quantities at times as to completely obscure his vision J1 One particularly violent explosion professorryfrumsbead to foot with the hideous viscid perjOIsistad ij his study however and twice HItlearned as had been suspected that ventsrissuedif Full details of the professors ob jervations can not be had until he ra urns to Fort Do Franco Prof Hellprins journey down the jde of the mountain was fully as per irons as the ascent Mont Poles seemA r punyihumanpreriacts and bolohed opthtg0 Volpmw sttam r ashes and boiling hot mud Heilprin remained at the summit cra hourseThe professor made the important discovery that the crater at the head of tie River Fallaise has synchronous eruptions with tho crater at the sum colt of the volcano and that It ejects precisely the same matter at suchI times The river Fallaise crater an the crater at the summit showed dur 1ing Prof Heilprlns visit new phe nomenon Mud was thrown up in high columop Heretofore tho mud has hub bled and boiled out and flowed down ward in huge streams In the course of one eruption of the river Fallaise crater an enormous mass of ifitensc ly hot mud was ejected This thou reached the rum distillery on the Vive plantation and extinguished all the fires there This torrent of mud may invade the entire plantation and as Vive is tho center of one of the rich est districts of the island it is fears the damage may be great LA SOUFRIERE STILL ACTIVE Another Eruption Took Place Last FrIi 1day Morning Kingston Island of St Vincent I1L W L Friday May 30La Soufrlero volcano is still active Another era tlon occurred at 3 oclock this morn j Ins It was accompanied by a tr mendous noise and a shock of eart quake while volumes of dense vapor ascended to such a thick height that they were visible from Kingston The t vapor formed a thick cloud over the crater of the volcano and this cloud was illumed as If by fire In tho c toter itself the lightning was moro viva than upon any previous occasion No- damage was done and the hourhCaught at a Crossing Greenville Pa June 2Ethel and Bottle McClure aged 7 and 12 years t were instantly killed Mrs Charles I McClure their mother was fatally Injured and Mr and Mrs John OwensI and their little daughter were badlyI hurt by their carriage being struck by a train ayBelonged to a Suicide Club Chicago June letter found iin t2Athe possession of a tray cling salesman who committed sal1 itctde In a North Clark street saloon leads to the belief that he was a mem her of a New York suicide club Dispute Over an Arrest tirolm haCons arisen between the United States and Turkey as a result of the wrongful arrest of two Armenians who are Acier BetY reuth Mt Redoubt Active Seattle Wash June 21t R doubt on Cooks inlet In Alaska Is H active eruption There is a great flo of lava and native villages for many mugs are covered with ashes There is great alarm throughout the section FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington May 28SenateA fruitless effort was made just before the adjournment of the senate Tues day to secure an agreement on a time for vote on the Phlllppine lRl The discussion indicated that some day next week eventually would be agreed upon but no time was fixed During the discussion a proposition was made that a time be fixed on alternate Tues days beginning next week for a vote on the Philippines bill the Nicara gua canal bill and the Cuban red procity bill and that a final adjourn ment be agreed on for the fourth Tues day but it was too startling to be ta ken seriously although some senators regarded it favorably HouseThe house passed the Shat tuc immigration bill The feature of the day was a lively debate on the question of prohibiting the sale of in toxicating liquors at immigrant sta tions It was precipitated by an amendment offered by Mr Bowersock Kan to prohibit such sale which was carried 83 to 18 Mr Landis Ind followed this victory with an amendment to prohibit the sale of in toxicants in the capital and it prevail ed by a still larger majority 108 to 19 The bill brings together into one act all the scattered legislation here tofore enacted in regard to the immi gration of aliens into the United States arranges it in sequence etc eliminates what has become obsolete by reason of subsequent legislation amends some of the administrative features and also adds some provis ions to the general laws and others made necessary by the extension of the territorial limits of the United States Among the more important changes are those increasing the head tax on aliens coming into the United States by land transportation from 1 to 150 adding to the excluded classes epileptics persons who have been insane within five years anarch ists or persons who advocate the over throw of government by force prosti tutes and procurers whose importa tion is now a felony but whose entry is not prohibited broadening the word contract in the contract labor law to include offer solicitation or promise providing for the fine of steamship companies which receive at the ports of departure aliens af contagiousdlseasofor their deportation on arrival here extending the time within which an alien wno becomes a public charge may be deported from one to two years and providing that immigrants over 15 years old should be able to read In some langauge Washington May 20Se1ateAnagreement was reached In the senate Wednesday by which a final vote on governmentbUtnext Tuesday at 4 p m Pending the vote the senate will meet at 11 oclock each day except Friday when the son ate will not sit it being memorial day On Monday and Tuesday the debate will be under the 15 minute rule Hbiise ThehBU8e Sperit the day debating the bill to Increase the sub aidiary coinage by coining the silver bullion in the treasury and to recoin standard silver dollars as the public necessities may require The limit of subsidiary coinage is now 100 000000 The bill increases this to indefinite amount in the discretion o the secretary of the treasury Mr andtp subsidiary r a legal tender and this amendment was pending when the house ad journedWashington May 30SenateIn terest In the Philippines debate is in creasing as the discussion draws to a close Thursday the senate galleries were thronged with auditors and the largervsome time In cluding many members of the house of representatives Mr Lodge Mass In charge of the bill offered on behalf of the committee several amendments to the measure the most important being one extending to the Philippines the provision of the bill of rights of the constitution of the United States excepting only the right to bear arms and the right to a trial by jury All toiHouseThe house passed the bill to increase the subsidiary silver coinage The democrats directed their fight chiefly against the provision to recoin the standard silver dollars into sub necessitiespmight require A halt dozen roll calls Yorkequesh tion but voted with their colleagues on a motion to recommit with instructions to strike out the provision relay tlc to the recolnage of silver dollars The conference reports on the omni bus public building and fortifications andraclthe house adjourned until Monday Washington June 3SenateLit Innthe galleries was manifested in the senate debate from the Philippine government bill Monday under the 15 minute rule At two or three stages it almost died of Inanlmatlon Early in the session some amendments were made to the bill by the Philippine com mittee the most Important of which related to the disposition of the publIc lands in the islands House The house by a vote of 129 to 46 suspended the rules and adopt ed the joint resolution extending the thanks of congress to Secretary of State John Hay for his address on the occasion of the McKinley memorial exercises last February Special or ders were adopted for the considera tion of the antianarchy bill and the bill to transfer Certain forest reserves to the agricultural department The Story is Untrue London June 3The report that J Pierpont Morgan has presented a piece of tapestry value 3t 500000 to King Edward and thaT a lia to be hung behind the coronation chair in Westminster Abbey seems to be un true Embraced Mohammedanism Salinas Cal June 3James N Rogers prominent In Baptist circles tvand well known In this state has after much study and correspondence with learned Moslems embraced Mo hammcdanLa HOSPITAL SECRETS t 1 A Nurse SaysIId Peruna is zf4 Tonic of Efficiency Ii IRS KATE TA1LORii Mrs Kate Taylor a hereCiiot 8Tvesnurses prominence i perlennit with Peruna in an openff t letter Her position In society and + i give professional terances special prominence standing combine to her toII 1IIICAGO ILL 427 Monroe St J As far as I have observed Penma te the finest tonic any man or woman can use who is weak from the after effects of any serious illness- II have seen it used in a number of convalescent cases and have seen several other tonics used but I found thai those who used Peruna hud the quick est relief Peruna seems to restore vitality Increase bodily vigor and renew health and strength In a wonderfully short tmeAfRS KATE TAYLOR In view of the great multitude of women suffering from some form of fe male disease and yet unable to findany cure Dr Hartman the renowned specialist oh female catarrhal diseases has announced his willingness to direct the treatment of as many cases as make application to him during the summer months without charge Address The Pcruna Median Co Columbus Ohio ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine n Carters 71j Little Liver Pills offdSee FacSlmlle 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ctSUMPTION 1ti J n f it o- tr If M- cr e- 1r f gt gr r a tY l- t + r- y I r c i- r 1t fie j 4 I j titI1 t to 1- w4j4 I rfw b r- a Y 1 1 J i 11 i- Rt ar I 4 ir1 ft tia k j- tttrt 1 t to t V t i1 I F I 7t xa- I v a tL IJI T r y v t fi F fS t ft l Mf fi y iJ 4 1 R Z- IY C5 r i 4- h3 S t STRIKE ON IN EARNEST tEngineers Firemen and Pump k men Called Out Operators at Present Feel That They Have the Advantage But Are ti Not Very Sanguine For the Future Wilkesbarre Pa June 3The or otAmericagineers firemen and pumpmen em eighthourwas not granted went Into effect Mon day and as has been predicted a ma jority of the men obeyed tho order Neither side can claim a victory at this time because the struggle on this phase of the anthracite coal miners strike has just opened There was on ly a partial showing of strength Monday Tho real test of whether or not the mine pumps shall be manned will begin Tuesday Although a majority of the men quit work the companies keepingthey8avoso sanguine of the future The exact number of men who quit Monday can not be obtained Each side refuses to make public their figures- A mining official of one of the larg est coal companies who received accurate Information from the entire coal belt made this statement We have received figures from all our collieries and the general superin companies as it would not be policy to reveal our weak spots or to betray our strong holds as far as they relate to the collieries individually I can however say that about 65 per cent of all the Lehigh valley men who are scattered from New Scranton down to Shamo kIn went out The Delaware Lacka wanna Western the Delaware Hudson and the Erie companies whoso operations are mostly located north of here fared a little better The Sus quehanna Coal Cos collieries which are controlled j the Pennsylvania railroad and which are located at Nan tlcoke south of here were crippled lless than any big company in the region The Reading company with 40 collieries in the lower region was the worst sufferer more than 70 per cent of its men refusing to go to work Tho individual companies all lost more than 50 per cent of their mono Notwithstanding the big desertion of men evory colliery In tho entire region that made the effort was able to get up steam and maintain it We are satisfied under the circumstances with the situation as It exists at pres entti11we doTnofrcara to boast of our future ability to keep the mine from floodingConsidering the vast number of men who are Idle the coal field was very quiet throughout the day Ro ports came in from several sections telling of disturbances but those wore of a minor nature only COLOMBIAN REVOLUTION There Was Heavy Fighting at Boca3 Del Toro Last Week Kingston Jamaica June 2TheBritish steamer Atrato Capt Stranger arrived here Sunday from Colon Colombia She reports that there was heavy fighting at Bocas del Toro last week The revolutionists are said to have mined the town of Bocas While the government troops wero marching Into Bocas to recapture it the mines were exploded and almost all the government soldiers were killed The revolutionists still remain in possession of Bocas Colon and Panama are the only towns on the Isthmus now In the con trol of the government and troops aro being poured Into these two ports with the hope of stemming the revolution aryy advance TO MKINLEYS MEMORY A Chime of Ten Bells Dedicated at Lincoln Neb Lincoln Neb June 2A chime of ten bells was dedicated to the memory of William McKinley in this city Sun day night They are placed in the dome of theArgest church in the city St Pauls Methodist They were ded icated with impressive services after Jastinghymns Lead Kindly Light and Nearer My God to Thee were played during tho concert Robbed a Mexican Pack Train r Durango Meoc June 3Brigands attacked a mule packtrain which was itconveying over 10000 in silver bul Hon from tho mines of the Pyramid toMuatlandriven off one man being killed The bandits secured the silver and fled into the mountains Knox Getting Better Washington June 2Attorney Gen eral Knox is slowly recovering from recentttripiortable night and although he is still rte weak his condition is reported be distinctly Improved i t tt Transport Meade Arrives k atranspquarantine5OB88 facers and 854 men of the 21st ins 1Nmtry it t TEAMSTERSRiOTINGFrequent ers and Police A Large Number of Women Who Came Up to the Aid of the Strik ers Were the Fiercest Fighters of the Lot Chicago June 3Riot and blood shed marked the progress of the team sters strike Monday There wore nu merous fights between the police and the strikers and their sympathizers street car traffic was stopped while the fighting went on the police and employes of the packing companies were stoned and at one place when sur rounded by a dense crowd of men and women the police 50 strong un der the command of Lieut Collins maddened by the numerous stones with which they had been pelted drew their revolvers and charged full Into the crowd which showed no disposition to retreat Fists stones and clubs were brought into requisition by the strikers and the police used their batons and the butt ends cf revolvers freely1 When the fight was over there wore a number of strikers needing surgical attendance None was dangerously Injured as far as known however and the wounded strikers were carried off by their friends The fighting began on the west side shortly after noon and in different parts of the city continued practically all of the afternoon The most serious trouble of the day occurred in Crosby street In the district which is known in police circles as Little Hell A detachment of policemen under the command of Lieut Collins was escorting a number of wagons loaded with meat to the dls tributing stations down town A large crowd followed the wagons shouting and jeering and now and then sending a stone over the heads of the officers In the direction of the mon on the meat wagons The line of wagons es corted by the police was frequently stopped by other teamsters who would manage to pull across the street just In the proper place to prevent the meat wagons from making any progress The ponce would order the men away and In a tow minutes tne performance would be repeated much to the delight of the immense crowd that was following on Finally one teamster refused to pull his teRm out of tho way of the meat wagon and the police placed him under arrest Then the fight commenced In an instant a shower of stones mud and sticks fell around and upon the officers bruising some of them badly Lieut Col lins ordered the march of the moat wagons to be stopped and at once charged the crowd The slgjit of a pa notJdninowand the crowd refused to budge when the police came on A large number of women who came up to tho aid of the strikers were the fiercest fighters of the lot One officer was knocked clown with a brick and his companions then drew their clubs and made war with such energy that in a few min utes the street was filled with men with bleedings heads The crowd increased so rapidly that Lieut Collins soon saw that his mon would be overpowered unless he took vigorous action at once He ordered the men to fall back slowly toward the wagons and tne crowd seeing in this action a token of victory pressed in with shouts and the vollies of stones came more thirdly The police fell back until they had formed a compact mass close to the wagons and then at Collins order they drew their revolvers and charged the crowd once more This time the fight was more desperate than before and it was over in much less time The police struck down numbers of men and used theif clubs and revolvers with energy and In three minutes the crowd was broken and in full flight Forming his men around the wagons once more Collins started on his march As soon as the police started away the mob formed again and al though at the respectful distance they kept after the wagons until they had reached the barns at Halstead and DI- vision streets In the fight about a dozen of tho officers were badly bruis ed and nearly all of them had torn clothing Many more of the nob were baiy used up but as they were all taken off by their friends it is impos Bible to guess at the number During the day many wagons were overturned and the meat dumped into the street In some cases bricks wera thrown from the windows During the fighting 38 prisoners were taken by the police and locked up Practically No Assets Chicago June 3John A and Alex ander Davidson president and vice president of the Davidson Bros Marble Co confessed Insolvency In the United States district court here Monday The liabilities are placed at 1 341838 and there are practically no assets Suddenly Summoned Wllllatnsburg Mass May 31Ly man D James brother In law of Marshal Field of Chicago died suddenly aged 66 years He was a trustee of the state Jnano hospital at Northamp ton anliTormer member of the leg islatureSSeven Persons Injured Poughkeepsie N Y May 3LBy a rearend collision on the rew Paltz trolley road about three miles west of Poughkeepsie seven persons were injured none itls believed very se riously EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS j They Continue in a Portion of the State of Guerrero Mexico City June 3Earthquake shocks continue in that portion of the state of Guerrero where seismic ac tivity has long been a matter of ob servation and record There were renewals of earthquakes Sunday in Chil pancingo which Is just recovering from the previous shock that ruined the city the capital of the state of Guerrero There was also a strong earthquake shock at Taxco a mining town and a slight shock was feltJ hereA recent examination of Cerro Del Colt an extinct volcano near the city of Guadalajara shows that the matter inside the crater Is composed of a gel atinous mud which slides about but without breaking or exploding There Is no apprehension regarding this mountainJj OUR NATIONAL DEBTii Du4There Was a Decrease of 646403 ing the Month of May Washington June 3The monthly statement of the public debt Issued by tho treasury department Monday show that at the close of business May 31 1902 the debt loss cash in the treasury amount to 982469573 a decrease as compared with last month of 646403 The debt is recapitulated as follows f Interest bearing debt 931070340 debt on which Interest has closed since maturity 1301SS0 debt bear Ing no interest 1395447582 total 3278198021This amount however does not Include 832186089 in certificates and treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount of cash on hand which is held for their redemp tionrMEDALS FOR SOLDIERS rIi Iifot Draft of a Bill Providing For An Ajr propriation of 100000ff Washington June 3Socretarr Root has sent to the house committed on military affairs a draft of a bill pro vidirj an appropriation of A 10000 to defray the cost of medals for offlj cers soldiers and others who served In the SpanishAmerican wax with China relief expedition the pllppin Insurrection and other campaigns that may he undertaken in the futur This will put the soldiers on an equal Ity with the sailors who are to be pro vided medals under existing laws BOGUS POSTAL CARDS 1 E Louis Smith Sent to the Peniten tiary For Two Years fl Chicago June IE Louis Smith who ran an establishment fur ma bogus postal cards that was the Iaj est rival to the government printing office ever discovered and whoI put millions of his counterfeit cards on the I market was sentenced Monday to two years in the penitentiary by Judgd Kohlsnat The law permits a penalty of 20 years but clemency was recom mended by the post office department DESTRUCTIVE CLOUDBURST Thousands of Acres of Cor Were Washed Away Des Moines Ia June 3A cloud burst oecurred at Durham 45 miles south of Des Moines on the Burling ton route Monday afternoon and as a result several thousand acres of corn were washed away The Burlington track for five or six miles was under mined ana alt traffic on the Keokuk branch is blocked at this point Many cattle and sheep are reported lost 4 The Peace Maker Killed South McAlester J T June 3 Charles Collard postmaster of Kiowa J T shot J G Railey traveling rep resentative of a Cincinnati clothing house Railey had intervened as peacemaker in a quarrel to which Col lard was a party and his action in censed the postmaster who left the scene of trouble obtained a rifle returned and shot Railey through the body Germanys Exhibit Berlin June 3Tnero is a wellj founded belief here that Emperor Wild liam will take a personal interest in securing an adequate exhibit of Ger man industries at St Louis and that his initiative will be followed by the great business houses of the empire Receipts and Expenditures Washington June 3The monthly comparative statement of the govern ment receipts and expenditures shows that the total receipts for May 1902 were 49509449 as against 52629 440 for May 1901 The Rebellion Spreading Tien Tsin June 3The rebellion in the southern part of Chi Li province is spreading Certain villages of that district shot representatives of the Chinese government when requested to lay down their arms j National Note CirculationJj Washington June 3The monthly statement of the national bank note circulation issued by the controller of the currency shows that at the closoj1 of bualness May 31 1902 the tctalj circulation of national tank notes was 356747184 Have Plenty of Paris June 3An ProvisionsI from Fort de dated Sunaay June 1 says It is use less to send further provisions oil which there aro sufficient to the island v SURRENDER tip British and Boer Representa tives Sinn the Peace Terms A J Balfour Announced the Terms of Peace in South Africa In the House of CommonsSelfGov- ernmentt By Burghers London June 2An official ca dattdppnia JfA document containing terms of surrender was signed here this even S at half past ten oclock by all he byde loner In South Africa and my jyn the house of commons Monday ernoon A J Balfour arose and an winced the terms of peace In South 44flea as follows fhe burgher forces lay down their- Se and hand over all their rifles posssionjRAW prisoners are to be brought back- st soon as possible to South Africa propertyNoprls oners except where they are guilty of breaches of the rules of war fDutch is to be taught in the schools 4 InlhotRifles are allowed for protection Military occupation Is to be withdrawn as soon as possible and self government substituted T There Is to be no tax on the Trans tidal to pay the cost of the war the sum of 3000000 Is to be pro sided for restocking the Boers farms Rebels are liable to trials according whichtheybe disfranchised for life The death penalty will not be Inflicted nnouncementcelebrated In London Monday night wiihra wild repetition of the Mafeking celebration Hundreds of thousands of people purged through tho streets of London from White Chapel to Buckingham tremendousiioise coarseJjjfilch marked the accompaniment iff the rollers of Mafeking and nnt 01 the reliefs of Mafekiug and n uysmith was lacking Women ma boyrpnkof py excuse to defy law and order sro the principal elements in the gged prtMcsslons passing and re vFtnruugh the principal streets a rowds concentrated in JligOnt treot and the Strand and let them fIves loose Women of the lower ass jabbed men in the faces with fathers flung an apology for confetti ad in turn were hugged and kissed llj any man who found time for such a diversion A few helpless police gen stood around and watched the urn BA very serious undercurrent of dis Jiiitent probably is responsible for the fact that London has not shown We saD evidences of rejoicing as ffre to be seen on Mafeking night 2 some quarters the comment on this F eace with honor ending of t1fwarwas that Great Britain hs the peace the Boers have all the honor fihe liberal members of the house t commons declared freely Monday jjsht that peace in South Africa might Uiave been secured a year earlier and 5m better terms had not the British Svernraent been so obdurate t lltumlnaUonsAtarm as the peace news grew older The American and Irish flags figured largely among the decorations while the new ensign of the Australian fed ration made its first appearance in a SmUcnal celebration o BOER DELEGATES IN EUROPE They Are Disappointed at the Outcome of the Peace Negotiations Amsterdam June 3Since the peacehadSir Kruger has declined to receive visitors or express an opinion on the subject The other Boer delegates mere are disappointed at the outcome and are not inclined to discuss tho matter The Dutch newspapers declare that Great Britain will gain nothing from- this unjust war and that her dlffi ucultles In South Africa are now beginp Rng The papers generally express thetjBoers and regret that tho sacrifices have proved to be in vain The Boer Leaders i Pretoria June 3A number of the Boer leaders left here Monday They are going to bring in the commandoes It is expected these operations will occupy about a fortnight fRoyal Salutes Were Fired HongKong June 3When the news that peace terms had been signed In South Africa was received here by cable the ships In the harbor were dress ed with flags and royal salutes were ifired from all the warships and batter fes Mistaken For a Cat Burlington N J June 3Miss VI Ala Allen a handsome young women oCfcthis place while seated behind a bash was instantly killed by a charge e buckshot intended for a cat by a Colored man named Elsey v ICCr1t L rtr ibrtr rtr GeC scc trC4trE Ct L i t i o STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST jii fPIERCED HIS HE T A Disorderly Man Shot and Killed at Camp Nelson Cemetery Nicholasville Kyr May 31Flve hundred frenzied Negroes surround- Ing the body of Rice Jennings and vowing vengeance on Lieut Moss was the closing scene of the memorial day services at the National cemetery in Camp Nelson Friday Lieut Muss had just arrested a white man of the name of Pollard when Capt May the keeper of the cemetery sent a messenger to Moss asking the arrest of Jen nings who was drunk and tiring his pistol Just as the word reached Moss the Negro passed and Moss ordered one of the deputies to arrest him The deputy attempted to do so bnt Jennings drew his revolver and defied him Moss then turned his prisoner over to the deputy and started toward the Negro who leveled his pistol and snapped it at Moss Moss drew hfs revolver and fired at Jennings TIm first shot struck Jennings in the left hand and ranged up the arm Tats second shot from Moss pistol struck Jennings In the arm and the third pierced the heart Lieut Moss Immediately surrender ed to County Attorney Mitchell and was placed under guard Jennings home is in Lancaster II STALLION HOROSCOPE He Bolted Into a Tree While Exercising and Was Killed Lexington Ky May 30 The valua blo Imported stallion Horoscope 8 by Amphion Imported Fair Vision by Touchet owned by James R Keene bolted Into a tree while being exer cised at Castleton stud Thursday aft ernoon and died In a few minutes from the effects of internal injuries Horo scopes groom Henry Smith who was riding him at the time had his right log broken In England the Messrs Keene are racing a throeyearold by him called Choiro that was second in one of the largest twoyearold stakes in England last season HE SIGNED HIS NAME However Wahl Asserts the Note Was Written After That Event Henderson Ky May JOChlef of Police W W Hinds Is suing Nick J Wahl on a note for 2H On tne stand Thursday Wahl stated that he did not borrow anyum froth Hinds aqd ne- verdtiili27 anotejt hlm Walt does not deny the signature but says tho note was written after he bad written his name on tuo paper Both are men of prominence Covington Boy Injured Dayton 0 June 2Wm Page 16 colored 336 Pike street Covington Ky was taken from a Big Four pas sons r train shortly after midnight to the Deaconess hospital Ho has a frac tured skull supposed to have been caused by being struck by an iron bridge Page was stealing a fide with two companions Harlan Haggard and Leroy Nesbet both of Covington He will die Tea Kettle Exploded Louisville Ky May 30WlJtte Ed wards son of Mrs Fanny Edwards living at Twentythird and Missouri objected to the song of the tea ket tle and to stop it he hammered a cork into the spout All wont welt until the kettle exploded Mrs Edwards was struck on the head by a flyiirgj scaldedceiling Attempted Suicide Warsaw Ky May 30rHtrgfr Griffin aged 35 attempted ta commit sut ride by shooting himself in the head with a 32caliber pIstoL He shot him self in front of the residence of his grandfather Hugh Montgomery a wealthy and respectable citizen off this place The act was caused by de spondency Record For Crime Lexington Ky May 30The crimi nal term of the circuit court Is a record breaker in that 111 cases are dock eted for trial Six are murder cases 35 are for embezzlement i for gam ing and 13 for leasing hotrses for im moral purposes This is the heaviest docket for years Alleged Burglar In Jail Smlthland Ky May 3QOne of the men accused of blowing open the safe of Johnson Bros at Lola Sunday morning was captured in Marion and taken to Lola He was held over to the grand jury and bail was fixed at 1000 In default of bail ne was brought to Smithlanct and lodged in jail Fatal Fright Mt Sterling Ky June 2Mrs Annie Klncer of near Sharpsburg saw a train near a crossing and oecomingj frightened leaped over the dashboard I of the buggy she was in The fright brought on an attack apoplexy which caused her death Dropped Dead on the Street Louisville Ky May 30Col Richard Wintersmith an exconfederate of fleer and consul at Colon during President Clevelands first term dropped dead on the street here Thursday nigh of cerebral apoplexy J CLAIM THE RECORD t t Grandparents of Tender Age Are New Busily Seeking Honors Louisville Ky May 21A few day ago an item from Louisville stated that Edgar Williams claimed to be tho youngest grandpa in the state his age being under 35 years Next cornea Kokomo Ind H N GallImore alleging that at the age of 34 he was a grandparent his daughter born when A he was 1C giving birth to a son when 19 years of age Now VaT Zeigler and his wife of Louisville claim the rec ord They were marrIed when i6 years old and a year later a daughter 1 was born She was married at the age of 16 to Kid St Clair the pugUlst and a year afterward a third was bora so that tho grandparents are nqw but 34 tf1MrstAlbanyof 30 t A THREEHEADED KITTEN It Manages to Get Around Safety By Rolling Over and Over Mt Olivet Ky May 31 Milton Mnllikin a farmer is the owner of a ultten that has three well deveroped heads necks and shoulders and three pairs of fore legs Part of the kitten is gray and the other black iho monstrosity has no hind feet but it is graced with a llong taU The tripleheaded kitten can not crawl but Is able to move By rolling over and over It Is ten days old and seems to enjoy good health The freak has excited a great deal of curiosity Coming October Meeting Lexington Ky June 2Stnkes aggregating in value 73000 offered at the coming October meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association closed Monday Tn ad dition to these 12 fixtures 18 purses close In September The list of stakes is led by Futurities for two and three yearold trotters each valued at 21 0001 Why Athy Resigned Campton Ky May 31R L Athy chairman of tho prohibition party at the Tenth district has resigned Ha recommends Rev E1 Long of Ha zel Green as his successor ThE rc a son lie gives for quitting te that the whisky men are in control of the val ty in the district and are using It to keep down opposition from the two fll li 1 IolClknartiesA Verdict For 7000 Harrodsburg Ky Nay 30The case of George Bohom administrator of Edward Cook against the Cincin nati New Orleans Texas Paclflr Railway Co resulted in a verdict ot 7000 damages in favor of the plain tiff Cook was crushed to death be tween two box cars at Burgin about 18 months ago Caleb Powers Case Postponed Frankfort Ky June 2The Caleb Powers case will not be argued in the court of appeals till the fall term of that court This agreement has been reached by tho attorneys on both stiles The fall term does not begin till the third Monday in September and It will likely be ten days after that before the argument is had To Be Sold at Auction Lexington Ky June 2The thoroughbred yearlings from Mat Tnoaias J Carsons Dlxlana stud and Thomas J Clays stud will be shipped to New York Monday to be sold at auction The youngsters are by Imp Ben Strome Faverdale and ether sires and are expected to bring big prices New Distillery Paducah Ky June 2 Tlie Padtacah Distillers Co capitalized at 3000 filed articles of Incorporation with the county clerk The incorporators are Moritz J Friedman and M Friedman of Paducah and Ben J Levy of Sioux city la The concern wilt make whisky Robbers Work Mayking Ky JuneTherest dense of Thomas Hall a wealthy nn er was burned by Incendiaries Loss 7000 with no insurance The fire- bugsI attempted to get HalTs money 1 which consisted of greenbacks to the amount of 3000 but filled as tho t money was burned How He Got EvendJ rrLouisville Ky May 30l 1oe Lara II bert a life saver hurled a through the plategli- Pennsylvania bOWJder1 Railroad Cos v Fourth and Market streets Whea ar= rested he said the railroads nad b en robbing him for years asd he wanted I Ito get even I IFortune Came With Age I 31Henry1It Tiene an aged carpenter employed at Steinakef lumber yard has received notice from St Louis that he Is oaeaf- the heirs to a fortune of 63OOOJia cash a 380acre farm and 25 nousM v I ISt LouisiI I Iit i Lancaster Ky day 31leis MK lI ported that Luther Ray a farmer of I tills county went to Nlda21J1 bought 12 bottles of soda TW rmj- I tI them in rapid succession t119e iro H h1 pddcad y9K 1 f m r j L 1 g 1r iI o L S i 1i y 7S 7j 7r i r f r I 11- n 1- ii 1I h RJ r a t I Is eOw 1r iEj f m i L li x r- i f yrr1r 0 I tfj i to r S s a 1 N ty J b 1 ic f lsf e tt xyYY IiIi x e i r e r r- tt y lii S 11I n 114s 4stl r itII II IIr tg i H Lf i I y y I i IiiIis FOlt PHILIPPINES Senator Hoar Arraigns Administr- ationsI Policy as Wicked Declares War Was Forced oa Peace able Inlander Contranta Treat ment of Cuba with That of Lu ion Cciuurc Funaton- In a strong speech iin the senate on Jr Wednesday May 22 Senator Georg t E Hoar of Massachusetts sharply arraigned the administrations policy i in the Philippines denouncing it asi the most foolish and wicked of chap ters in American history Addressing the president pro tern of the reeuatc Senator Hoar said Mr President I have sornethingtosay- which I will say as briefly and as com pactly as I may upon the pending bill We have to deal with a territory 10000 miles away 10 miles In extent containing lO- ot 000OM people A majority of the senate think that people are under the American Has and lawfully subject to our authority We are not at war with them or with any r body The country Is In a condition of pro found peace as well as of unexampled prosperity 7 The Filipinos have a rlgbt to call It war Tha claim to be a people nnd to be fighting Cortiheir rights as a people The tenaior from Ohio Mr Foraker admits that there Is a people there although he says they ar not one people but there are several Bu we cannot bo at war under the constitution without an act of congress We are not at war We mod peace with Spain on the lath day of February 1SK Congress has never declared war with th I pooplo of the Philippine UJiuul s The prea ident has never asserted nor usurped the hamaxalee e within a fw years past when the military ft rces of the United States have been called out to suppress riot and tumult era assembly too strong for the local author ities You have the same right to administer the water torture or to hang men by the thumbs to extort confeteton In one case ado s the other You have the same right to do It In Cleveland or Pittsburg or at Colorado Springs as you have to do It within the Philippine islands The senator from Ohio In his very bril liant and forcible speech which I heard with delight and Instruction said that we were bound to restore order In the Philip pine islands and we cannot leave them till that should be done lIe said we were bound 4o keep the faith we pledged to Spain In the treaty and that we were bound before we left to eee that secured Ho said we were bound especially to look out for the safety of the Filipinos who had been our friends and that we could not In honor depart until that should be trade secure VV ar h for Sovereignty All that Mr Present Is true So tar as I know no man has troubled it But thei things are not what we are fighting for not one of them There never was a time when If we had declared that we onljl were there tukee that Vve only Were there to restoreder that we were only there to see that ro friend of ours thould suffer at the hand of any enemy of ours that the war would not have ended In that moment You are lighting for sovereignty You are fighting for the principle of eternal do tninfon over that people and that i the only question m issue in the conflict We said in thf oaae of Cuba that she bad a right tef bf free and In4p nd ac So we only xlemanficd in the treaty that Spain hadshoulddone to Cuba as you have done to the Ihil ippine Wand which had exactly the same rlgbt1oa would be at thlsmoment In Cuba Jull where Spain was when she excited the IndigMlUm of the ctvlllztd world and we compelled her to let go And If you had done in the Philippines as you did in Cuba you would bg today or would soon be In those islands as you are In Cuba But you made a totally different declara tion about the Philippine Mauds You un dertdok in the treaty to acquire soverel only over her for yourself which tbnt people de nled You declared not only In the treaty but In nany public utterances In this cham ber and hwhere that you bad a right to buy sovereignty with money or to treat it As the spQils of war or the booty of battle The moment you made that declaration the lillplno people gave you notice that they treated It as a declaration of war So your generals reported and so Agulnldo expressly declared So you deliberately mode Up the issue for a fight for dominion on one aide and a fight for liberty on theother Then when you had ratified the treaty you voted down the resolution In the cnate known as the Bacon resolution declaring the right of that people to Independence and you passed the McEnery resolution which declared that you meant to dispose of those Islands as should be for the interest of the United States That was the origin of the war if It be war That Is what ilhe war Is all about If It be war Fxealteaponslblllty- Now Mr President when you deter DIned to resort to force for that purpose you tock upon yourself every natural consequence of that condition The natural result of a conflict of arms between a people coming out of subjection and a highly clvIUlzed peopleone weak and the other strong with all the powers and resources of civilization Is Inevitably as everybody knows that there will be cruelty on one side and retaliation by cruelty on the other You knew It even before It happened as well aa you know It now that It has happened and the responsibility Is yours We cannot get rid of this one fact we cannot escape It and we cannot flinch from It You chose war Instead of peace You chose force instead of conciliation with fullII xioUp that everything that has happened clneWvould happen a a consequence of your decision Had you made a declaration to Agulnaldo that you would respect their title to independence and that all you desired was to fulfill the treaty and protect your friendsyou would have disarmed that I people In a moment I believe there never has been a time since when a like declara 4 i tlon made by this chamber alone but cer i anly made by this chamber and the other itouser with the approval of the president would not have ended this conflict and pre- Vented all these horrors Instead of that gentlemen talked oftheIwealth of the Philippine Islands and about the advantage to our trade They sought to dazzle our eyes with nuggets of other mens Sold Senators declared In the senate cham ber and on the hustings that the flag never t Ajhal be hauled down la the Philippine ls1 tends and those of you who think other J Rise keep silent and enter no disclaimer The senator from Ohio says our policy hat wet been In the dark but It has been a I1asIteriatedtheMed and keeps up the hatred and win makei air break conturksbtdl3RgedOUJteipgoldwthesenate I Imptrlalm orthiswillfalljustbaledJUtliJlatier three years v Heneflclnrlr of Policy aFer the wertj Interests of the United c deetarehs l governing toes Islands you substitute In this bill the declaration that the rights acquired in the Philippine islands under the treaty with Spain are to be administered for tltie benefit of the Inhabitants of those Is landsThe share which you propose tor admit these people In your scheme of government Is an adml9s4on that a large number of them are tit for selfcovernment MMAVhat you have been fighting for all this 17 as your right if you expect to enact this bill into law and to carry It out In practice Is to substitute a constitution of your making for one of their making to have a dependency which is what you want In stead of a republic which is what they want to have fitness for the elective fran chise determined by an authority which has its source 10000 miles away Instead of with the people at home and to deny them inde pendence even if they are fit for It so rong as you please without any regard to their desireGov Taft If I understood him con codes that nothing so far indicates that the existing policy has been good for the United States It is only the benefit of the people of the Philippine Islands in saving them from anarchy or from foreign nations in establishing schools for them that vindi cates what you havedone so far What you have done so far has been to get some iew thousand children actually at schoolln the whole Philippine dominion To get this re suit you have certainly slain many times that number of parents John Quincy Adams as everybody knows was the father of what we call the Monroe doctrine He secured its adoption through the weight of his great influence by a hesitating president and a reluctant cabinet It is not so well known that he placed the Monroe doctrine solely upon the doctrine that just government mutt rest hetto only so founded It rested upon the eternal princi pIe of righteousness and justice Moral Kijiilvnlciit of Policy wryeand keep on In the path you are treading you have not only repeated the declaration of Independence but you have left for the Monroe doctrine only the principle of brutal selfishness You have taken from that doctrine which Is the chief glory of sthis country from the time of the treaty of pence in I73B till the Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln In ISftl its foundation In rlg teournes and freedom and you found It only upon selfishness When we ratified the treaty of Paris we committed ourselves to one experiment In Cuba and another in the Philippine Islands We had said already that Cuba of right ought to be free and Independent So when In the treaty Spain abandoned her sover eignty the title of Cuba became at once com plete Wo were only to stay there to keep order until we could hand overCCuba to a government her people had chosen and es tablishedBy same treaty we bought the Phil ippine Islands for 9000000 and declared and agreed that congress shall dispose of them So according to those who held that treaty valid It became the duty of the president to reduce them to submission and of cot grws to govern them Here the two doctrines are brought Into sharp antagonism In Cuba of right just government ac cording to you must rest on the consent of the governed Her people are to Institute a new government laying Its foundation on uch principles and organizing Its powers In such term at to theta sfcall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness In the Philippine islands a government Is to be laitituted by a power 10000 mu away to be ia the beginning a despotism ettab Irtied by military power ard to be such to use the language of the McEnery rUG butts as shall seem focthe interest of the United States You have given both doctrines a three years trial Three years sometime a very lOllit time and sometimes a very short tone In human aff ir 1 believe the wKMe iitr of thp S1f iiT Hr tint madr ills- divine mission krown iarted but tbr years Three years has wrnught a EII change In Cuba ard it his wrought mighty charge ir the Philippine Island We have had petty of time to try both ex pertmerU- H jnl Cost of AVnr Now what haQ each cost you and what has each profited you I should naturally begin where our fa thers used to begin But somehow the things get co Inextricably bletderi that we cannot keep them separate This world is so made that you cannot keep horesty and sound policy ard freedom acd ma tertal property and good government and the consent of the governed apart Men who undertake to make money by client Ing pay for it by failure in business If you try to keep order by military despoO Ism you suffer from It bjj revolution and by barbarity in war If a strong people try to govern a weak one against its will the home government will get despotic too You cannot maintain despotism in Asia and a republic in America If you try to deprive even a savage or a barbarian of his just rights you can never do it with out becoming a savage or a barbarian your selfYour practical1 statesmanship has succeeded In converting a people who three years ago were ready to kiss the hem of the garment of the American and to wel come him ae liberator who thronged after your own men when they landed on those Islands with benediction and gratitude into sullen and Irreconcilable enemies possessed of a hatred which centuries cannot eradl cate The practical statesmanship of the declaration independence and the golden rule would have cot nothing but a few kind word They would have bought for you the great title of liberator which your fathers won for your country In the South American republics and In Japan and which you have won In Cuba They would have bought for you the undying gratitude of a great and free people and the undying glory which belongs to the name of liberator That people would have felt for OU85 Japan felt for you when she declared last summer that she owed everything to the United States of America- Contrast of Idenla j What have your Ideals cost you and what have they bought for ou1 1 For the Philippine Islands you have had to repeal the declaration of indepen denceFor Cuba you have had to reaffirm It and give It new lusterI2 For the Philippine Islands you have had to convert the Monroe doctrine into a doctrine of mere selfishness uFor Cuba you have acted on It and vindi Gated It3 In Cuba you have got the eternal grati tude of a free people Un the Philippine islands you have got the hatred and sullen submission of a sub jugated people 00 4 From Cuba you have brought home nothing but glory From the Philippines you have brought home nothing of glory S In Cuba no man thinks of counting the cost The few soldiers who came home from Cuba wounded or sick carry their woundy and their pale faces as If they were medals of honor What soldier glories in a wounded tr an empty sleeve which he got in the Philippines 6 The conflict In the Philippines has cost you JfiOOOOOAO thousands of American sol 41 the flower of your youth the health rfcdsanlty of thousands more and hundreds of thousands of Filtpiros slain Another price we have patd athe result of your practical statesmanship We have sold out the right the old American right to speak out the sympathy which If in our I hearts for people who are desolate and op I pressed everywhere on the face of the Ii earth I I read the other day Ina Nebraska paper I terrible tory of the passage through I Omaha of a car load of maniacs from the Philippine Islands That load of young soldiers passed through that city as other like cargoes have passed th h b- etberesultmmniaes ard l liip- lslanhemaniacslikefrelJhtsomack to us from the Philippine anAmericanyoungpromiseg anyotbPresIdentasthesoulsofentered intocost Censure for Pundits001 do not wish to dwell at lgfohl On the cIrcumstances which attended rfhe captureor Agulnaldo But alt they ha esnela saidthatcapturertThlm a haebeenadIcesenatedcunnot1AtIt pass In silence I understand the facts to be that thatofficer disguised the men under his com mand In the dress of FillpIooVgoldlers wrote or caused to be wrltteniTorsed let ter to Aguinaldo purporting tefrom one of his officers stating that hjoabout capturedaldos headquarters As he ap thcd he sent a message to AguiraiciotK his friends were hungry arctptlod at ctithrewdowndiers who were about AguGii1Pandbrought him back a prisoner IntTur lines That Is the transaction which lliohJghly quadraI knew what It was doing when It consented Jo Gen TJMr s for the conduct of military officers intuoh cir cumstances They apply not eSjto this act of Gen Funton but they apply to most of tho conduct of our millteryot ors f which complaint has been made One of these Is Instructions for the government Of armies of the United States In tbeflaia pre pared by Dr Francis Lieber SBd promul UnpjsibJThe The Hague agreed upon by the representatives of this government with the etheriion the Mth day of July ISO and rata kfiD y the senate on the 14th of March ISSt f Infamy of Punstonv Vet 1 So Mr President the act otOcn Fun ston not Gen Funston hlmselfjf he acted under orders of his superior buf the act of Gen Funston is stamped with ItdeUble in famy by Abraham Lincolns artKlesjif war to which the secretary of war appeals and the concurrent action of St nations and the unanimous action of the senate thlswinter Mr President in this attempt to force your sovereignty by this process ofjbenav olent assimilation we have been brought to the unexampled dishonor of disregarding our own rules for the conduct of armies in the field and to disregard the rules tfwhlch our national faith has just beer plt lied to substantially all the civilized powtnefJfhe earth UBut this act of Gen Funstorjh approved by his superior officer nap iota tlon rot only of the laws of war bUff that law of hospitality which govern alike everywhere the civillzedrihrlttteh orjpsgan wherever the light of chivalry nar pene trated He went to Aguinaldo unfcr the pretense that he was Agulnaldo fed him Was 8hUIIertiand of perfidy It violated the pluty which even the orienUt ntttiona hold sacred The Water Ctirc 11uMr President the story of wk heen called the water torture hay b rt told by other venatora I have no n U lion- to repeat the story I cannot bet ap that not a twentieth part of It hjfe jRbtORJ told I get letters in large rumbmfnmof ilren of the friend of offlcera Mftatwhat they tell me all ttify ea lrudtiiF And yet the otncu of cers friends or klrdr i whose tUvece et tfra to me send them under a tUiMnjuc lion of secrecy Other senators fl me thty have a like exp rlenct Thes bnlie offi fJIiltmouthfort before what they deem the re plIJ1 4f their prospects In life if tfci y Y tnt dence wblch they think would drsJul ful to their superiors I do rtana to judge of this matter Other rs can Judge an well as I car The At n peg pie can do it better t Mr President It Is said thaWhssei horrors which never would have to the pUblic knowledge had of the seriirte ordered this investlgatloiIStey irnkaown to our authorities at hq tae I lieve they were unkrotintot gardepart ment I know they were unOwn to Pres Ident KooceVelt and IJ unknown to PrnldErt 1 cannot think that the nowih1were of that honorable of war made on a memorable Occasion that the war on our part been conducted with byhisj Let us not be diverted from be true Issue We are not talking of retaliation We are not talking of the ordlna brutalities of war We are rot talking bout or Inquiring Into acts of vengeance ommltted Ingabouttorturecalculated torture torture to exIrtinfermatlon of beendouearetlllandhavehappenIcenpthatpr to committeeqpunlhedalthoughoce4derablymoreChoke of the Hoarf mlshterectountlYacolumnalonemlgbt thefamecanfancyInscriptionI contributionwhichthesymbolAnd I tohaveI ompanyMustWepealede changed the adoctrinejusticeyennedtolookingonlycrushedthethe grade war eastWewaroftheAmericanflag practiceunarmedputchildrenreconcentradodevastatedprovlncesWe peopleforXo Mr Pre 1 I NeverSOtherI revailagreatycttakenfiLetWetooWetookherfromYtwelcomedher mankindbeheld before oftn llteFltat1ngand oftheirChinaWehostieountryacountry angerJorInJurtIlenameInthePhliIppineI history Vekept our naUomdThiror our unul own lied The flag which wlthouialtkI tatbt JUST A BIT PERSONAL William T oncirr of Ualtiinore who is still Iliving made the first surety head banjo in 1547 It is now in the National museum FranrUcn Gorgin aged GO a New York beggar has stored n fortune in tome having 12000 in a bank Although 1 living in the greatest squalor he has crossed the sea many times to place his hoardings in safety ThL fact was brought out by his arrest for vagrancy Jane Addams was aptly characterized ay a Philadelphia judge the other day who was presiding at a meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science as a woman whose charity partakes of the brain as well as of the heart as one who thinks as well as feels The famous surgeon Sir Henry Thompson was called in early in his career to perform an operation on the kingof the Belgians This brought him a title and fame but says lie though it made my fortune it spoiled my practice for I was inundated with applications for similar operations and henceforth could do little less Queen Alexandra has a collection of tiny animals birth and Insects cut out of precious and rare stones They are necessarily very smalland some are extremely beautiful The collection is quite unique and the items have conic from all parts of the world Many of these most valuable nnd dainty treas ures are cut from turquois and jade Mr anti Mrs WatterVowcUsa newly married couple of Owensboro Ky are spending part of their honeymoon in the pesthouse at the place named The bride was quarantined in her home where her brother lay ill of siffnllpnx She escaped and eloped with her lover to the next town whore theywere married tiPon their return they were both sent to the penthouse GATHERED ABROAD The vineyards1 of France cover 4 2SS037 acres In British India only 0 t per cent of the population live in cities The newest lEnglish organization is one for the promotion of early rising By the recent census the population of New Zealand is fixed afcS15820 Germans smoked 303 tons vof cigarettes last year against 38 tons in 1891 j The French government has 20 to bacco factories of which three are in ParisIn 1SOO Italy had but iiicoal mines Sbe now has 45 giving 480000 tons a yearThe metropolitan police of London have to look after 8200 miles of road and streets There has just arrived in Paris a man named Hassan AH Tie is seven feet six inches in height Mexican servants are aid to be al most vror itan judged by the Amer ican standard of good service Venice is increasing very rapidly in population It bad 17000 more people last year titan it had in 1891 Germanys highest smokestack is at Rheinau It is 396 feet high just eight feet short of St Pauls spire TRADES AND TEETH Chloride of lime employed by bleachers frequently destroys the enamel md dentine of the teeth People who work in soda factories are affected by the teeth becoming soft and translucent they break off close to the gums Dr Hesse of Leipsic states that bakers are liable to suffer from cariouf teeth on account of the flour entering the mouth during work collecting on and around the teeth where it decomposes and generates an acid destructite- to the dentine THE MARKETS Cincinnati June 2 CATTLECommon 3 50 5 35 Heavy steers 6 25 6 50 CALVESExtra 7 25 7 50 HOGSOh packers C 90 R 7 10 Mixed 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