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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r r f r V V i T J A r j 4 w THyr HICKM 1J TOURIER OLDEST jSTEWSPAJPJEP I3ST S STERN KENTUCKY IIIIIESTABLISHED 1899tn HICKMAIM FULTON COMITY KY JUNE 13 1902 VOL XXXVII NO 20 IIA RACE WAR IS AOW THREATENED IN MISSISI SIPPI Meridian Miss Juno 9Tiro upris ing of tho negroes iu the district of Meridian has been nipped in tho bud1 by the determined stand taken by the whfttts who armed themselves aud placed the leaders of the gang under arrest The negroes arrested are Green I Johnson and Nat Moore The culling upon the negroes to baud themselves against the whites wits addressed to Nat Moore and was signed by a negro named Ruflin who is a Baptist preach er The letter said that a mob of fifty KempCountyr r Meridian nud march toGreeu Johnsons house and from there start through the country and kill all the whites destroy their farms and burn their houses Asi 500nIS the n lutes jluurued of the dovilish purpose or the negroes who outnumbered the whites two to one the whites armed themselves with Win chester rifles and in a short time had so intimated tho uegroo that it is now thought that the uprising is frustrated The people of tile threatened districts are very much alarmed and will keep en the ulort until nil possible danger is out of the question The pi jplo of Marion from which place the utws of g the uprising and threats first reached this city are very much wrought up aud are prepairiug for all emergencies ata moment notic- ePRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS NATURAL GAIT It has grieved me that a President of the United States should bo to the strictures drawn forth by th Presidents recent speech over the graves of Federal heroes I am not going to add to thong On the coutrary I might attempt to soften the asperities of some of thorn if it w rent tolerable certain that hia cntiele is itching for all it got thisMymos llovable of moiia roan with vhom I cannot agree utany point that1 koow ofr except that we are both Democrats and desire Ji1t11e main then same thing was accused tother day by a Republican Senator of being whiter than vlLi 1 il tI fdeldCfutureafterof theroTark But soinotitno to be witty is to be wisekPresident Roosevelt was never better hatactsfrJld innll hi II1Q1 aril nt4+ 3himasci i speedsa3niggersaidwheni asked what was his natural gait Boss de natural gait ob dot boss iis rnnnin away H M DOAK PAY OF CONGRESSMEN A Senator Representative in Con yearIfof income he finds it difficult to live in anythingfor salaryTheHo can save nothing tor tho future His campaigns cost him more or less money and the cost iu most diritActs is j increasing every year lift is doted fool two years and never cn know when he will fail of reelcotion He may serve many terms which is all the worse for lam for when he goes onto wenI advanced in life ho is without money OCCUItlioncould not earn half as much money int iuy other business as they receive from the Government I Ii SOUTH AFRICA GOLD t There Isone woodvvlnich will riwnlt inSi i Raiid mines are expected to bl redoubled and the output of the yellow nicUil from that source wilt h coi respondingly increased The prospects of peace had n most marked effect upou tho industry The output of cold for- Ma was 140000 ounces of fine gold valued aoproxhnntcfe at 82800000 against au output of 119500 ounco during April and only 52800 for the last mouth of 1901 With the definite announcement of peace minimi operations will receive an impetus and it is calcu 1 lated the full monthly output of 100000 i ounceS will be resumed ny Jan 1 and possibly much more It is urged that the safety and con i venienoo guaranteed under English J rnle will cause the reclamation ofroan y abandoned mines and also the opening 1 up of ninny new claims tl t HE DINES THE KING I The lIon Joseph H Choate the Am bassador of tho United Stales to Great Uritaiu 5s to give a dinner to King Ed I AlexandIAbout fifty people o King to used to high living nUll ft cold snack will not do for this oc cation The cost of this festivity will reduc the offlejal income of our Am bassador to about thirty cents for this year A little later there wIll 1lR ni debate iu Congress about the parsimony of the Governtaent ot the United States toward its representatives abroad co L i E I S BIG CONTRACT LET andIcull engineer let at public outcry at ftccoldinatoeIghthtchos1to 128 miloi of dredge uiacltiuo icon in Qistric tp 7 this county as i stated by the viewers and established bv tho county courtIThe bids were from R to 10 cent per cubic yard and the contracts let these prices for the enormous wog which involves an pxpttiiditan nIfI S200 000ISubcontractors with their IntR dredging machines will immediately commence the work aud when it iis completed there will be 110 swamps in New Madrid County Tliert will be wagon roads established by the county court to nil settlements in the western part of the county frost New Madrid Little River will have parsed away uu given panics to line farms wilh the most bonuttouH crop of corn coton trhntt etc New Madrid Record The ahove extract shows the differencel between the neighbor state Missouri and Tonnes fe on the jiue of proaresp good sense and the comfort of the pee pie by protection against the poisonous malaria produced by the swamps of the sunken laude in Mi gouri made by tho earthquakes of 181112 Numerous takes in 1e Madrid Scott and Peini scot counties were formed by the earth quakes that made Keel foot Lake Afl l other lakes and swamps in Teiineeflee In Missouri the oflicials are forcing the removal of such nuisances and iu Ten buneaseiuJnuotiont when undertaken by a singlo Individual at l1ceJJuto NcMartin Ten June PTwo thieves worked a clever ruse torub the dence of Fate Ut coo in Fulton day A man and a small boy went tLRascoos home and the boy went tho rear door and asked for something eat the mot in the meantime ran houseeMrs Rascoe discovered the thief in tho front portion of the house when eft liudingthoywerotaking with thom Mr Rnscoeft revol I themjnearA LIVE QUESTION 1f Hill one of the American railroad kings says We have iwjoyed all the benefits of a protective tacit for many years and whatever pool it it 11th rn di = tUPlDDt lUf1n aa 1t t t titastuuouCongrassmatt a Republican who advocates firiu re form and opposition to trusts has been indorsed by the Republicans of Wisconsin and the Itopublican convention of Mint State has adopted the following resolution That many of the industries of thscountry have outgrown tho need of a proteotivo tanir is nude evident by tie fact that the American manufacturer has entered tho markets of thu world and is sticonMf tiliy competing with tho manufacturers nil other countries Klnlft IuteK I Not ImTuig oen anything in tho Courier from this plume for sometime we hnve decided to send inn few liar aouaU this week Elmer Threk ld hits returned from Huntington where his was in school MUsi Jjiicic Hurrus left Monday for Martin to visit relatives for several week 0Elder Shelboiun of Union City Riled iris regular appointment at Her mon lust Sunday MCBSOTS John Ambprg and Paul Shaw of HlcKinnn passed through hero Mon day enronte home from Union City Mimes Lilio and Nina Maddox who have been attending Ilamiltoii College Lo lIJ ton Ky have returned bootrllisn Lili having graduated there Muw Lena Threilkeld has returned from 1tx+cobol College at Nashville Moreen Dave and James Maddox have returned from State College Lox idgton Ky where David graduated with high honor Mr and Mrs Anther Shaw visited relatives in Hickman Sunday Miss nessio Threlkeld has returned from school at Jackson Tenu- R H McClunhau of Union City is building a note resldonce hero for Air WM Shaw of Hiekmau which will be a handsotno strucfcuro who finished A number of our people attended the streetfairlt Union City and Iltakmun ti + ut report it as being n respectable show of the kind i Our village was represented last week at the commencement exercises at Hick man in the person of Harry Prather who did his part well Success to the Courier we shall let you hour from us ngaiu raBRYANS NO Lincoln Neb June iIn n state meut given out this evening W J Bryan says under no circumstances will he be a candidate for governor of Nebraska this Fall This was in an saver to un Serviow with former Sena ton Allen iu whleh tho latter declared Bryan should be the fusion nominee by ill means J idiilU ALL AND SEE l ru W j I tj llnrecei1711gk kindseChoice lie Queens sltillC Iii11l1eSS rNlill 11CCIr ofkl useful tlrticls r lUe IllllI r I All uteWOGERS SONY PERFECT fJDS = 1h beds for half h w fort art made of metal Tll1Y any airy and Ia y pt clean are strung wd pleasing tu the ft 1st a5 being jJJpnient and economical Uuntble ale enamel tinted ur white The price depe ou the trimming hut cone or theuurspxnive J land springs from 4JOto S18t10 QQCa f b middliattmt Hud Willow that y ist the thing for rl warm night prices lire low I1s tita ubo narry ft nice fin Iouches Lounges Setters Cots nod Mattresacs fo suit the limos Gull and see thm PB k 1IIiLIJIS V tI L Lraclie5 SFo I1ol pper5 un1 the 1t11 a RICE NAYEOR S ISO YSAVING STORE i i j j i y w FOLL01JTll1l CROWD I And you t h1JThat jis vhcnj they want Sjjofs 0xf3rdssnjI pt rs u11dl Hosiery YhJ befidtuie wo can HMY yon frcdn iifty cvuts to oiu rtollni j Nj pair idol Sivo you Itttt4l1tllllS AY i alo irnainntet+ ijvcn article WI sell VIl luakinlolf i cinlly low rion Oxfords i lalI1 t lIIIf11 AI Genuine Dongola Custom f Made Oxfords 98c At 250we oiler a h most cojnpjete line oflow cuts Bu the ll4 at 1Drew1p i Qf i ra I j I I I I f rT I I h rHICKMAN MAfBLE WORKSE TA n 7 r r I T n 1 I n T0 DILLON St Propr Pljcre or toll C Uamlfl 1INoJ Marble and Granite onurenl- i 1i IOURJ3I Ch STON WOKK of nil KitiUr j IRON 1Lti c- lfE2o1man NG c cK T t It9 tf t- A LOST CAUSE The San Francisco Call has worked itself up to a strong sentimental view of the conclusion of the war in South Africa It has been a long war and a costly one both in blood anti treasure It results in the overthrow of two re publics but it lay the foundation for a united South Africa that may become some day an independent republic and be a far greater antagonist to the prin c plea of imperialism than the Trans standingby optimilnpublican systems must admit that freedom and independence in South Africa are only to be thought of now as inconnectionthe empire of Great Britain rather than in the possibilities of the Boers dupli cating their tremendous effort iu many ninny years to come KAVA DRINKING CAUSE Ktwu of MAKUA TO RIEHHI Afuiswr UNITED WTATBS f World1Iiij ManuR has started a rebellion against MnnIUltThe Kings subjects and thp people of Tntnilu dont like each other They hnyolongparticularlythebecause the High Court of Tutuila has decided what is tho proper manner of serving out kava the native drink Highiis backed by the United States t On tho late visit of tho United States steamship Aporendu to Mauna the de cision of the High Court of Tutuila was communicated to the King of Man ua His Majesty waxed exceeding wroth ct said ho would be pumswizzlod if he would take orders from any Tutuilan Court and that he would continue to thoughthartGovernment olUoiafs at Pago Pdgo that the High Courts decision cut no ico with him and that he would not beII ruled by Tutuilan if ho knew it I That is heard As tblIionII said it Wlt a meeting ofjj the whole Island und if necessary vol 1 IpopulationI theI1itT1t nth = te n tan t r r It Suites had not accepted this flattering oiler lint of course the rebellion will have to 1 be put down and tilt King of Manna taught that when tho Court decider ho mutit tukp hn morning kava reioourpef Anyhow trouble is brewing a STEROTYPE NOTE Tho following extract from the SfhHch of Hon John W Kern por ninneut chairman of tho Inaiaiiu Demo cnttic oonrontion is uommoiuled to the insidenttinn ol all DomocruL Wb ii we obnervo that such splendid Jpatriotic1 Democrats as Hill and Cook ruu of Now York Obey and Qoiucy logyland of eittticky bHitio not to march shoulder to shoulder with that incor r iitilih Aiiiriran Villiani r Bryan luull join their efforts with hw for the regentration of the rt pnMic we look in v tin for an excuse for the faltering of any man who believes in the principles of Jffferson and TiJden and Hwudrickp I TRYING TO R7VEmSIIERMAN I t j Cbi1t buuil j il The regiment had the front aud the C IWhuti I the astonished yenentl couimaiiding I stepping a mmuniit as he pusscxl by to ujspict the arnuiKemenis You have no anuntiiiiMon no arms and nothing that 1 can KH in your wagons but baskets of flowers and buses marked1 itrxre water 1 am trying Cienentl replied tho Colonel saluting his superior otHcer stiffly gto wo if I cant carry on war without hurting anybody NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWN INGIUnion City Tenu June fIIredHurdick mud three of his fishermen a Reelfoot lAko had a narrow escape irons drowning a night or two ago They had a skiff offal with fish and as they were coining to thin dock the skiff ran upon a snag and being so hotvil loaded sunk and the men were thrown into tho lake Burdick kicked off liis gum boots and the four men were in darkuoflB and deep water They all escaped but it was a close call IndiarSacred cows often defile Indian tem tiles buf worse yet is a body thats pol- lured l by constipation Dont P nett iit Cleanse your system with Ur Iitugs s Now Lila Pills and avoid untold misery they give Hvoly livenjctive bow eis good digestion fine opposite Only 25c at Cowgill Cowgills drug store HOAR AND MORGAN 1 Senator Hoar voted against the meas ure passed by the senate for the gov i ernment of the Philippines Mis position was not so much in antagonism of the bill itself as to the principles that we should govern at all in the islands mentioned Senator Morgan voted lor the measure because he believed that it is altogether right andjproper that as we have the Philippines and will never let them go we should make rule to govern them When a Republican like Senator Hoar votes against the bill fathered by his party and Senator byhis r wisqUestionDsllasNews t Virulent Cancer Cared Startling proof of a wanderfnl ad- Vance m medicine is gives by druggist G W Roberts of Elizpbeth W Va An 4 old man there had long suffered with i twhat boat doctors pronounced incur I labIa cancer They believed his caserhopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Buckleus Arnica Salve r himWhenexpel bilious kidney and microbe poisors at the same time this salve ex arts its matchless healing power blood A r diseases slain eruptions ulcers and r sores vanish Bitters 50c Salve 25c at Oowgill Cowgllls 1TEACHERS EXAMINATION The examination for County and State CertIficate will be held at the Court House June 20th and filet The Fulton County Teachers Institute will he held at Fulton Ky July 7th and 11 th inclusive Prof TOr Cherry of BowlingGreen instructor DORA SMITH CO SUPT a WEST KENTUCKYSCANDIDATE Eddyville luleor Two Cities From all sections of the state comes encouragement for John 1C Hendricks as A candidate for govenor Quite a a number of gentlemen have been mentioned in connection with the distiu gujshed honor but to our mind there is no man ill the state more 8titableo qualified and equipped for trio islcharge of the duties of chief executive than John U Heudricks Western Kentucky should be solid for him Happy Time In Old Town We felt very happy writes R NjBevill Ol l Town Va cwnenPncknlous Arnica Salve wholy cured our f daughter tndad casgof scaldl dead J T iiliul1t I1IthQ lt it Cimr Buena fBrn c 1JJlstukern JEruptions Infallible for Piles Only 2 c at towgill Cowgills drug store COURIERJOURNAL GETTINGI RIGHT We denounce says the Indiana democratic platform tho Dingley tar iff law as the breeder of trust raid dw mund that tariff duties shall be levied for the purpose of revenue only and limited needs of the coveninient hon oats and economically administered It sounds mighty good to hear that sort of democratic doctrine these days It iis the true music and it has always beeu the musIc to which the party has marched to victory Tho Mauve sounds more like the Courier Journal ten years lI utl1m anything that wo have rend in its col umn in redout ye trs Hurl it is cal cisluttnl to cause yol + lir thinking people to believe that thot old boy is getting right once more REBUKES ROOSVELT Congressman Richardson of Alaba ma wade a dignified and proper protest against the intemperate and illtimed IFederal Decoration Day utterance of the 1rrsident In raking up the ex ra aiansof the Confederate Congress and tau Southern people at a time when lOans passion were at white heat and giving them puUicy now whep everything that provoked them pulsed from the minds and memories of the people tIe resident showed a lack of balance which stamps him as danger = our it is said in Washington that he iis under the influence nf the champion South hater Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts which we ore prepared to believe MEMPHIS HUKSlMi NEWS After several vexatious delays and breakdowns tho new Memphis Morning News has overcome its obstacles and is now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and Ai thisnnssection Its telegraphic service is superb The Memphis Weekly News will RP WednesdayyCOIUWS 1 the daily mud weeklyJJ THE DEMAND FOR BEEFI wrTwowith American cattle and large contracts have already been made with Texas ranchmen for this purpose This is a congratulatory circumstance because it will build up American trade and mid to tho profits of the farm ors But it wins also tend to increase the already high price of meat and furnish the Chicago fleet trust a fut= excuse for its extortion f w t r 01 VV vo r y 7 vvvv r XV v r w v k THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HICKMAN KY F MAY 80 1902 Must Be Held Under Statute Laws The Court of Appeals has decided that nil party primary election must beheld under the statute primary election law or otherwise primary elections are useless and void Political parties in this State have not been holding such elections under the regular State law chiefly because of the expense but hereafter they must do so or resort to the convention system Primary elections are the best methods of ascertain ing the choice of tho people but as as they have boon held out side of the State law sometimes they have been outrages as they have beeu held no penalties cau attach for illegal voting or any kind of fraud In some instan ces it has been charged that hundreds and hundreds of voters have been count ed ao vothing in these primaries who had never been about the polls and other and elVirv kind of fraud When primary elections officers are guilty of such thing the people are helpless because being held outside of of the State law there Is no penalty punishment or any kind of relief For tins reason primary elections when held at all should be held under the regular State law so that tho perpetrations of fraud can be punished The cost will be greater but the purity of elections is above all money considerations +LOW JUTES TO ST LOUIS Saturday and Sunday Go to tne city and enjoy yourself at the beautiful Summer Gardens Take in tho Midway and Loop the Loop See progress made at Worlds Fair Grounds Mobile C Ohio accommoda tion train nowrnns every day Sunday included To St Louis in morning back in evening Ask your Agent for PROTECTION FOR RURAL DE LIVERY MAIL BOXES The following paragraph is taken from the Postoftice Appropriation bill Whoever shall hereafter willfully or maliciously injure tear down or de stroy any letter box or other receptacle established by order of the Postmaster General or approved or designated by him for the receipt of dtlivery of mail matter on any rural free delivery route or shall break open the same or will fully or maliciously injure deface or destroy any mail matter deposited therein or shall willfully take or steal such matter from or out of such letter box or other receptacle or shall will fully aid or assist in any of the afor mentioned offenses shall for every offense be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than three yearsThis paragraph became effective When the President signed the bill and it is now in full force +My little son had an attack of whoop ing cough and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamberlains Cough Remedy we would have had a serious time of it It also saved him from several severe attacks of croup H J Strickfadeu editor Worht Herald Fair Haven Wash For sale bv Cow gill i Cowgill PLENTY OF TIME i Governor Benton McMillin of Ten nessee was in Washington when he was informed that Richard Olney of Massachusetts had been indorsed for President in 1104 at a mass meeting of Memphis Democrats I would not like he said in answer to a reporters questions to pass any comments on the doings of my countrymen and fellowDemocrats The battle of 1004 is yet afar Dont you recall the fact that even up to the very day of the National Democratic Convention of 1896 nobody had the faintest idea as to the personality of the candidates Now as then no one yet mentioned for that high office is conspicuously in the lead and so it is futile to venture into the realm of prophecy This is a very interesting reminder There are possibilities who are making very good movements now but they may not be capering so nimbly two years hence We may be bumping nearly every day against the next Democratic nominee for President without knowing it The nomination was made on a speech It was an oratorical surprise that took the con suspendeddeliberation Inter may be coining phraseology us inspiring as the cross of gold and the crown of thorns He may be rehears iug the dramatic delivery which aforetime has been more persuasive c with mercurial delegates than long tried statesmanship r BISHOP DUDLEY ROBBED f I i LOST 65 BY PICKPOCKETS AT f t J YORK PA AND A CHECK J FOR 700 Fll I Irr t York Pa June 9 The police ant tf1ouncedyesterday that Bishops Talbot cud Dudley while on their visit to r Gettysburg with the Central Pennsyl vania diocese of the Episcopal church r 1 l oflP I tlafWestern Maryland station r c Bishop Dudley was relieved of 875 I bat Bishop Talbot while he lost no cash wasthe greater loser a check for 700 for the liquidation of the Mem oriel church debt being extracted from his pocket This check was to I have been presentedin the course of the Bishops address but that part of tho ceremony had to bo omitted The check was already indorsed so that it could be readily cashed It was on a I UethleUem bank Ii IitiI i 1to j I l i ftt Ii f 1 T ClosinB 1 TE t c- kJf Out Sale i talc rites Iud I have decided to close out tits dl1 iiv Tlkofi t Dry Goods Notions 1hoes son Lei st Hats and Pants Trunks and Traveling Bags at and below l Li r I Nll- re COST Ii hi r I l L Deaa II lr t BUCHANANS CORNERr u FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK i Olictc= Shroebail Riokna =1 y Absolute Safety is the Basisj i Thai wo offer to depositors Other in lucemeiU nw of secondary importance t Upon tliis Guarantee we solidlyour patroitfiy J A THOMPSON Cashieri i H BUCHANAN President j f DIRECTORS J J 1 1 Clllm1jItj HURIlnlnII e I Why Dont You OpenAi Your Eyes t t And look about you Dont you see that I am set ofnFamily Groceries at such reduced prices that it does prove that you make money to huff at CASH Prices This i nor t i blow or mere talk hut the real fact Talkl l 1 to any I number of people your neighbors and ask them if I havnt sold them more tort dollar than credit houses can afford to sell Why do you want to pay your cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enablfe theul to take the chapels on giving credit to others This iis tilt point I sell strictly for cash no favorite fotthemoney elsewherel but come and see me and Tesjt Prices ik t 0 Also I am agent for the 1f ftt o IRIS PAINTS 1 1t Ii Not the clieapestl in prioo but the best old most dug able paint iirnd Guaranteed by Simmons f Hardware Company Sfr Thorns Mo 3 t o 1e CUE THRELKELD I Hic 17fltZ1 IJliZ2tZtc 1 I Better than Illls The question has boon asked In what way are Chamberlaius Stomach C Liver Tablets superior to pills Or answer is They are easier and iriaru pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effected more reliable as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stotntinli and leavo the bowels in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in plFpHr omit their uie iis often followed by constipation For sale by Cowgill Cow gilL r THKOOUII KLEKlGKS VIA XOlilhE I 4 OHIO IL It OrgansSt I i andJo n R 1 Tax on Halncs tf tuxtiJfl1when puny and feeble they shout im ttrettuVorntingelI stinmlate and facilitatfl the digestlbn ofI their food so that thwr soon become LP 5ROES FLEE FROM MOOL i arlxndaie Ill June iO Hit ler war i R being Watrdrir iii i I vital and I adstittiai i ititutr IHKH cv at El tudo Bnuu rttlt I stps are be taker by tics truet + t to mute the reboil to auo Lr lotuiity where the feeling is ua o nrg The first nuoal comnwiH i it exercises were I rbedoleci for TO aiorro v bat toe pupils i faculty h iv 1 i sisd the windows I demoltihedOi i ItiugIt t have left The schttol was founded OVT a year ago by the Cuba Libre Industrial Asa elation with fnnd collected by popular nbscriptioi It i similar in coaraet r- to the Uouker T Washington school at 1cslcegee Ala WANTEDStock to pastoreTA M SHAW State Lioe 4TEACH KIM EIBCTRI- Th II I Trustees of Hickman College Monday ujKhtctd the following teacherN for the eusniog 10 months Principal Prof A R Hoone- Mifues II Annie tiherruu LuU Rauiaee Anuie Outlen Jot uui Cayc Pearl Wiseunan Miss Huth Store of Milan Teon music u+acher rATTENTION FARMERS wayne the dragguh has a fine grade of Machine oil at 40c per gallon SPEEDILY FOLLOWED HER HUSBAND Union City Tune 4Mrs Francis M Mcltee eighty odd yeast of nte died last night She was the mother of Hon F i1 McRee whose father di r duty before yesterday The remains will he laid beside thofce of her huabaa- is Antioch wises he was interred lastL evening She had been a resident of thirf county more than a half century I AN EXCEPTIONAL Nice line of Perfumes ioilet Waters Soups TiilcTtmlowders Face Powders Etc can lIce found at Swuynes Drug Store rIIANNA AND ROOSEVELT IN 1904 I Senator Mannas depreciating protests against the suggestion that be is likely to receive the Republican nouiiuion 1tCC01UIs that contradict the Senator and give rig to a sound belief that lidsi training for the donor Of course this will mean a Sig- hbtween Ilauua and Mr Roosevelt i the Republican National Uonventio- or 1004 The President is unmistakably a candidate for the nomination ardently desiring the supreme honor of election to the high office which he now holdjj owing to the unhappy death of Presi dent McKinley All the power of his administration will be exerted to secure I him the nomination Agaiiwt thiIndminiBtrntion uiilnauca will he the nflgnT of trIO republican national I machine controlled by Hanna and power of the trusts as whose rtprt tillII tative Mr llama en terwi public lite Such a tight will be intensely iuttIt ting and significant 0H li t L A Tlio Hickman li S L AflMcintioni meets next Thursday night 19th iin Courier building ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION Hose Page a young married man of tin Spring Hill community had 11 iutrIrow escape from assassination one this week Some one concealed nlthe i woods at the roadside fired several shots j at him andoue bullet passed through his coat No arrests have been made i though Mr1 Page his au idea who assailant Democrat was we understand insII PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to GeorJ1II Buck and have them sharpened twoII Or 25 cents ROBERT BAZZELL DIESII Clinton Ky June U Robert Baz Itell a prominent citizen of this place died Saturday night after a long illness He was sixty years of ago =WANT TO BUr A nice f room house garden spot stables e e in Hioknmn Will pay cash Apply at the Courier olllee i fFarm For Snip 102 acres runnyl all clonred good im lliokumprovomeutau Apply toMasArrim KlNO REVERSED liV THE COURT OF APPEALS IFrankfort Ky Juno 10 =Jtldg Hobson handed down an opinion in th Court of Appeals rcvorsinu a judRHtrmeut of tho Fulton Circuit Cent- tit tho case of William Williams again the Commonwealth and remanding theII trial Williamsfer a newcase indicted for false swearing and on1I conviction sentenced to confinement I for throo pwirs in tho ppnitontiary The revor nl is on instructions of the I court below Jilt July Hates II I Ticket at reduced rates will bo sold from Agency stations to all points on Mobile iOhio R R several days in Apdto yearply rite tickets and further particulars tj a ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Fulton Iiy June UGiltlJor Cook 18yearold son o Rev R 4Cook COIlenlull1I tlbnunIeII KAiiR the right cheek at the tuout lIe died the same evening 1 J t n LEDFORD SAWDLSj Groceries Fresh Meatsg Hardware Queensware Iand Feed Stuff- I n We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no- r+ tius will be spared to please our customers 9Cull for hue Trolling Stumps with avert lOc Cnsh lcrchnse iAfttr collection of 300 you are entitled to a Handsome present phone G Goods Promptly Delivered au IrltHE JUNE PRICES i ATTRACTIVE ONES And represent keenest money saving here Were determined that June shnll be a Axing climax to a successful alongfthedatdtractive new ideasbought for selling the showing of modern stylish furniture and homo fur nishings is one that will afford yon superb se lections that will enable you to secure the ideas you prefer at the prices you are willing to pay Its the right baying place anyway for any ot the items that cutler into the fittings of the home beaoti ful and Jane value but emphasize thisi assertion TEPHENS l 9MiTBuV r hnIi OASkill CASH CASH I I liavo tilt largest and best selected stock of Fresh Groceries in the city which I am selling as low as the lowest for Cash and Cash only also carry complete line of Stitches and Harness which will llie sold at tock bottom prices fCnn find examine mv stock and be convinced 1f r I118JI tI r rI WIIIIR WESTEJI FINE WHISEIESII I I WINES BRiNDlES ANDII t I I ILSPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE 1 1 GIVE YOU THE BEST i a- I II IIVALlnI I r FOR THE MONEYVj j r UNION CITY I N r 1 S EJJ n n HIOKMAJV WAGON CO Atit1P1cTUrtRRK OF TUB CKMHKATFD BOZ yn A1f WAcQmST 1 It I 1 I L ii IIC r C r 1 N THE EVOLUTION OF WOMENS K No JW Xo No 1 1ANDCHIDRENS GARMENTSNi No tr J Homemaking now an xtra aganceuu 1 5 i spent Time was when Iionn making of Muslin Underwear Wrappers Skirts and Childrrns Garments implied economy But not in relent 3T J t5uchsuj y practice is now well nigh obsolete In any oven t it has times tI lout nun is f r bet lwn conclusively demonstrated that such WOlkIis sheet rfivngUUCHVi ThatI is if tune liws nny value f m 1 tihdlf the f 11Theforemost retaila J C mou body For exam pie f1 ter tt q tJ H + ++Ho 4 i ry f ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM x t BEHj i and Cenieiit 4 + Builders Hardware jPaiuta OHs i oteit t t = jittI Oxtr CfirnBran etc 9toj t W S i+ oIi+ J O i1lf f tai7 J1I Drawers glm or good Muslin deep hemistitched25cof Muslin deep rufi1c I with wide lace and tticks i50c Finer quUtyat and f f AhaG owns 1 l ofrood muslin front yoke oi 1ii Hamberg nrnce inserting and tucks neck and sleeves finished l with cambric raffle 50c Better ones ronf t Skirts Full tenth flounce ruffle on drop skirt and tucked ruffle oivtloimce 75c Skirts froblC tl M Corset Corers 25 to Chemise 35 to 75c Hi1 I Dresses 11 if I 1 r Jilue1 or Pink material made Hubbnrd stvle viI Sim nnlel1 with 11ilace white IP IC bands on yoke 35c tstyle snore elaborately trimmed ChI ds Dr v Small chock Gfiti mndc ball mist njid skirt yoke fijicl shoulder reveres trimmed with narrow em broidery 60c Similar styles bettor quality and more elaborate trimming 110 150 A big line of Childs Dresses in AVjjite 4 and material 35c to 150 V JWiLadies Wrappers f- Figitred4 Percale yoke back and front ruffle over silder braid trimmed TgfcOthor Co 300ILadies Dresses 150 to 2 Millineryat largely reduced prices Hats for 150+ + 2 Huts forCfL PMWI S0 ELLISONff I HZcKMrAIV- l L XT of it S 0 f if tf 10 1i i 0 1 torMtt JoI Ii Building 5 t Material9 f 1tji Lime 1 T ESTIMATES jCIIEEKKULLV 11RNISIIEI- ii d 1 LLDsSTUEFS t y EIIISONx 17 +HoN yo g 40 f J dWY 11 i W J v 1 f rJ9 I I DRAWERS reel1t11t trimmed 75 1 l 75 2 1 l 1 in price r 50css Chifds mt i Similar l s ghthrn colored F Y J a J CVR EV1It Ll V IN SOUTH FUIfONi f P Fltlto J rl C l1= At the rcgiilraQetingof the iit coun cil in ttulir 1ultoh a curfew law was passed All persons trust be in their homes after 12 oclockat night until opening hour in the mornings unless they have plans able excuses Captain ChtuWick has saidthat future wars will be commercial probablyheI Constipated Rowel bodyshouldbebowels moQJut least once a day so that all tlio poisonous waists are expell ed daily Mr G L EdwardsvJ4ii N Nato St Witchattf Kansas writes I lukVeused Uorbino to regnluto the liver and bowels fonthe past Ion years and atIti1 3itx1- y r t Excepting at the times of their nn bTowillgdeculell1ytucky but in places beyond the Mis sissippi the bushytails are so common pestInsas Louisiana and Mississippi whore a great deal of corn is grown the farm els aro now making preparations t protect their crops from the hordes of gray squirrels that infest the woods and like nothing better than roasting ears i COO AO11ES WHEAT LAND liOncres wheat land for rent apply R E DODDS BROS Politicising at Frankfort say that Tuesdays decision of the court of appeals in the case of Mason Brown vs Republican Executive Committee holding that primaries must be hold under the Carrollaw invalidates the nomination of Ollie M Jamoa of Crit teudeii county who defeated Sam Crossland of Graves for congressional nomination by 3002 votes a few days ago The primary was not held under the Carroll law and the politicians say that James will have to nontinntec- agatu l Thin it is claimed may be done by calling the committee tOKatheiJ and declaring James the nominee or bj placing his name upon the ballot by pe titiou I t1 1902 of att iier the and the lIe a 8 r bo STATES BOARD UPHELD Frank ford Tune 10Ihe cpnrtI of appeals this morning affirmedI the judgment of the Franklin Cir jCuit Court in the franchise tax case of in Of the Southern railway in Ken tuoky aud others against Suit j Auditor Gus Coulter and theII members of the state board of valuation and assessment The whole court sat and Chiefff Justice Gully delivered1 the opinion Jnslice Durelle and Burnani di j j Senting The decision upholds the state hoard and declares that the hoard iis authorized and directed by tho j franchise tax law to certify to the various counties + towns and tax ing districts for the collection nfI nguinstlrailroadcorporations1 This moms the Ipayment annuully to towns and cities of hundreds of thgne ntI of dollars iu taxes j S yyrwi 1 cs oo o ocnt cIIl3A e a 2H ytiyZytYarStyC C ST L RJI SCHEDULE LEAVE HIOKMAX bt 21 Loaves rtp Po mT91 Lean p in 55 Leaver 700 u 111T ARRIVE 4 Arrives m40 p m is o 92 AjprjTes 720 a m 54 Arrives 840 D m to Miss Annette King was visiting in ion City brat week The Ladies Aid Society have poet flat poned their ice cretin supper M r Pave B nroett nnd daughter Ruby the several fcyt in the city last week R G GwMt are guaranteed not to soW at lBERGSCl Mre Jennie Cttjtes of Joueeboro Ark visiting her sitter Mrs Win lire rd Sheriff Gen Cnrpetiter lies been down of over this week on the hunt of violators of fee law Dr Dabney will preach at Mi Her the uext Sunday at 11 a m Eeryecuvited Sam Jones thinks there can be no without religion and SaDItto know The Holinee people of Hickman wilt begin a series of meetings at tin Gliaptl in East Hickman June 15th Mrs M J Nelson and daughter Mis= Mollie Nelson left here on the 10th for Cairo where they will reside iu the is future You will tied Shirt Waists made foi at AMBERGS 1 The Hick man Incline is the subject as au article before the Southern EIJtgrocers Asoeiatiuu in pssiun at Nash vile this week I A girl atlJfewak norid nn Jy vtceiu herself oa the cud of the more hv I rslijiti her vavnjae and then I scratching her nose If yon wait the Isle + t tbina in sii SPC the B P Reed lineal AM BERGtII flip llickmru College Alumni enjoy d their annual entertainment at residence of Air and Mrs J T J Stephens Taewtay night as A yonue woman in New York gets GO dais in jail for flirting with a married 1ly man over the telephone Have they might the married man yet The MeCortnic Electrical and Vander ill ooinbiiied Shoes have been giving entcrtaintuputs in llickman this weekIwe understand have been I attended RG ornetH never stretch sold only It AM EROS 1 Mesurs James aurt Dave Mnddpx who have boeu at tho State University Lexington in the Agricultural science i department have returned home for vacation Mr Lucian Duncan father of Mrs Dee Amberg and Mrs Chess Smith died in London England May 4th was a lawyer and at one time a member of the Queens Counsel Complete returns in Oregon elect Chamberlain Democrat Governor by 1 little moore than 800 votes The ma jority is not as deep as a well nor as as u church door but twill do The Democratic party is not called upon to be in any hurry about the mat of the formation of a now national platform Tho g o p is demoralized and if let alono will furnish the issue 100New line of K t G Corsets at AMBERGS If General Harmony can manage to that affair whore Bryan and to Cleveland are to spook from the same to a peaceful conclusion tho j of the goltogether policy shall been pawed Three years ago twelve young women St Louis organized an antiman club which has lust been broken up by the marriage of the sixth member making impossible to limsror a quorum of those anmarried See thoMino of wash goods at if AMBERGS J1 Harry Kelley the prisoner charged j with burglary in five states who escaped from Sheriff Atwood of Ballard County by jumping from a fast trainI j with handcuffs on has boon to Brazil bud whore ho loft his handcuffs and- a note to tho Sheriff v j Rev Brown will preach at the C P ChnrBh uuxfSundny night Children dnv will be tnt eleven oclock m tho i morning The mooting will continue thro next weak Rev E B Hendrix Union v uv will be bore atlll asgis the mooting Wo fffk the aid ant ooopflration of nIl Christians wee over shown H O AM BERG It is charged that the Indiana Demo crate forgot about Colonel liryiiu whom they fixed up their platform Oh no They didnt forgot about Thomas 1e f tenon and Timex Monroe and Andrew i Jackson and Snmuol T Tilden and 5David Bennett Hill and sundry oilier pro uinent iu tho faith load and alive l but it is not thought necessary to celoIII brato thorn by name every tune a eclaII ration of belief is adopted Anyhow j this is time to look specially attar Writ I ciplee Plenty of men j i Try Chnmborlains Such it Live i Tablets the liostphysic For sale by I Cowgill Cow i1l I Ono of the MeCormick ISIcotrical and Vaudivillo Company r was arrested anlaTudt y oarrYJUg racoacealed pistol K l a Mad Dog Bite ND A SURE CURE RECO i MENDED BY HON R J BRECKENRIDGE inquiriesfor supposedlybitten following from the Glasgow may be of service iu bring JunfortunllteIfit the Gleaner will feel itself amply repaid for the space that is given its reproduction the Times says tIn view of the general alarm from the hydrophabia furor of last week in this community and further fact that instances of maddog bitesalready numer uswill increase as warm weath abvances the Times publishes what is declared to be an infallible cure for the rabies Judge R J Breckenridge the eniment lawyer Danville says The time between the biting ofan animal by a mad dogand showing of hydrophobia is not than nine days but may be nine months After the animal line become rabid a scratch of a tooth upon a person or slobber coming in contact with a sore or hydropbodiua mad dog Hydrophobia can be prevented and Iwill give what well known td be an infallible remedy for man and beast if proper administered A dose for a horse or cow should be tour times much as for a person It is not lute to give the medicine any onI1lUe Imifrcd put in a pint of new mik + reduced one half by boiling + take all at once in the morning fasting until the afternoon or at nKl a very small diet nntill sev eral hours are past The second time stout as first except take two ounces of the root Third same second Three doses are all that arN needed and there need to no fear as I know from my omi experience and know of a number of rtses where it was entirely success ful This is no guess work The persons alluded to had been bitten by their own dogs which were then tied up to see if they were really mad They prooved to be mad and the remedy was successful A physician told me he had known of this remedy for over thirty years and never knew it to fail when properly ad ministered He relatedu case where a number of cows were bitten and penning half in one pen and half in another to half the remedy was given and they were saved The others died from the dread hydrophobia May Come To America COLONIAL BOERS WILL ENDEAVOR TO SETTLE IN THIS COUN TRY TO ESCAPE TREASON TRIALS New York Juno 9As a result of the penalty which the Cape Colony Boers who assisted the Boers of the South African republics and theOrange Free State may bo called upon pay by the terms of the peace agreement an effort may be made to find homes for some of them in the United States W D Snyuianof Cape Colony who tought with the Hoers and who has been speaking in the U S for the Boer cause during the past year said regarding the terms of surrender The colonial Boers are to be pun shed I am a colonial Boer born a British subject and I am liable to im prisonment for from five to ten years the terms as published are correct am acquainted with President Roose velt and shall see if there is not a way for some of our people to come to this country I think there is a great op portunity for us here There arty few here now but m Portugal there are a probabI Africa now They are men well born governmentwoaldopen glad to Settle in some State like New Mexico Amona Texas or Colorado They would make good citizens no one would need to bo ashamed of them 1 waylto bring them here- MrSnymaussou 1 who fought with him in South Africa has just passed his examiuasion for admission to Columbia University h The recitals Tuesday and VtduEs day afternoon by Miss Mena Uiestel brinksmnsic class were largely attend e l and highly complimented by all present the programmes were tilled with good selections and exeputed in u most excellent manner reflecting credit on teacher and pupil The pupils taking part in the medal con test the rt ult of daily practice for the year were Class A Misses Homer Greene and Addict Murrell Class B iMisses Inea Moore Icio Hale Fannie rtKft rby and Ethel Naylor Class O Misses Bertie and Maggie Rice Pearl Pollock ana Lois Bartlett PLANO JCOWINa MACHINE- d A Good new Plano Mowing Machine two blades for sale Apply to ALEX A FARl SON ttr k- ii I t r- J h t RI Representative Thompson of Alabama has introduced a bill in the House appropriating 100000 for the re moral of the deceased Pres idents except George Wash ingtoii to Arlington cemetery Tux on Habits Extreme hot weather iis a rtnttupon tho digestive power of babies when puny and feehlo they should be given tl ftw doses of Whites Cream Veriftifnge the childrens tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the digestion of their food fo that tbuTnoon become stroujr healthy aud active cit L PE AW S Ellison The State Prison Con niis sion has closed a renewal con tract for the labor of 400 convict at fifty cents a day tacit This is the highest price ever paid for convict labor jin Kentucky- A Splendid Itemedy Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumba go and pciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Ballard Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerve and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are convey ed to every part of the body aud effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenu states I have used JJallards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache te iu my family Itiis a splendid remedy We could not do without it 2Tc 0cam 8100 at L P 1t W S Ellison IN PRAISE OF WHEELER riUllhistorianj j onIdaypaid a high compliment to i congressman Charles K i Wheeler From ucha i I source is praise indeed qInt nearly a column of the speech in question Mr Clark wrote as follows I pHoni 1 of Kentucky who voluntarily f retires from nextra jj brightIestjj I HousejTheed him widely as the Ken tncky hot spur That he is warm blooded is true but I defyJill the coql calciilat toohake aaspeech on the aggravating Philippine business more eloquent more thorough American or more sin cerely humanitarian than Wheeler delivered in the house on the lath da j of May Upon it all Demo rats aye all Americans can a ffIA A Avertqn the House Sigu i audIOrnamental Painter has located in town of Hickman to ply his traae and respectfully solicits the patronage ofIthe public You can get first cla SisnPaint1iugyour g3if repainted at a nominal coat with theI paintLeaveDrugStore DIED FROM EATING SOAP Frankfort Ky June 10 Toe Snyder a Chicago pick Rocket serving sentence of T penitentiarIu of consumption and his body has been sent to his home for burial Snyder Appellate of Bard well 0 at the Taylor inauguration here in De cember 1899 His death is believe d to have been soapinand excite sympathy Fo Se1almouths past he hash I en playing the part oftta i i twentYIlourjust married a beautiful woman when convicted i i I Save frew HH AWSH ialft Everybody said Jiadconsuinpuon tvritea Mrs A4 M Shields of Cham berhnrg1aUl was so low after six mouths of severe sickness caused by Hey Fever and Asthma that fet- thought v I could getwell but I learned KlngsXcwit and warm completely cured1ordesperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is tl R safest care in the world and iis infallible for Cough and Bronchi Affections Guaranteed bottles 50c and 111W Trial bottles free at Cowgill Jk Cowgill j I SEARCH FOR BARTER lfR J UAU MELOAN WRITES T I SHERIFF RAVE Louisville Ivy June 9 Sheriff Rave of Jefferson vile is in receipt of a letter written from Frankfort bt- 1101VllhtIf Mil5 Mel oah 1V S o know the whereabouts of John Barter who i as found nearly nuked half starved1 and insane floating on a Ilo+ r in tHe river at the foot of Sixmile island two weeks ago He says that Barter had been 1 enIhini the Ili l Murray and later at lFnmk fort Barter he said had left Frankfort to go to his jIj brother at Mt Yeruon IInd I Mi Vernon lie stlYsiis the 1place where Barter was horn While at Murray Barter had1 a nice home antI was well re aided lby the people Mrs Barter became ill there and1 was taken bv her mother toI Sac City llat tfhedied Mr lougha ter Augusta i iat MtI Ver I non and a son Albert is with his grandmother Mrs I Brentonteither at Sm City or in Florida The writer j highI1 1 disease and trouble causdJ his derangement he thinks THE KEST is PIIK CilrtlgilI Not how oh aap but how good Is Ute iThe TWICE a WEEI IiI iUIiLI is LOt as cheap us it is possibla io lieU a firatclaj newspaper It printsull tlie news that is worth printing If yon read it all the yciir round ou lire j osted on all the important and intr 1 affairs of the world It ia th j bftst and most reliable newspaper tlmt many nnd lentinI eau lroduc6 An d those should be the distinguishing ntits r the uew3pnper that s designed to be read by all members of the family Subscription price SI u year Any n lUttnmsterjJIntaymfiH it direct t0THK REPUBLICt StLonis Jlow J THIS APPELLATE DIS W f TRICT Hie State is divided into sen appellate districts Dis tllctiNo one iis composed of the following counties Bal 1 lardt tarlislc Hickmanlj J Fulton Graves McOacken 1 f Callowajt Atarshaill Livings jlton Lyon Tritrg r Caldwell Critteiiden Union Websterl Hopkins Henderson and Christian Judge J 1 Vhite is tlu1 present Judge The term of office is eight years and the salary 1tSo 000 per annum Each Judge serves as ctio justice the last two years C his term A successor to Judge White is to be1 elected nt t1 coming November electioltCounty site conventions have been ordered by the Appellate District Coin ui tee to meet on July 19th at dcIegate1toj meets at Paducah July 22 10 oclock a m to nominate a successor to Judge White At present then are five candidates Kobbins White NnnnjaUl j lawyers Nonspnpcrf iI j l Grman citizen of iew Lebanon Ohio ij oil j DuytVolkNzeitnng j paper aims to advertise only the best j i its columns and when ho saw Oliitni berlains Pain IJulm advertised therein j j for lame back he did not hesitate j buying a bottle of it for his wife w inIj for eight weeks had suffered with t I most terrible pains in her hack n could get no relief lie says After i using the Pain Calm for a few days my j wife said to me I feel as though horn i I anew and before using thw entire contents of the bottle the unbearable i pains had entirely vanished aud sht l I could again take np her hoasehpld j duties He is very thankful and libi j that all suffering likewise will hour I r her wOIGful recovery This valiafohI i i f liniment is for salo by Cowgill C CoiE1t gill vjI 1al i thcYUrdlApplJotoli rw 1 r BOOKER T1 WASHINGT O s- I ECEP1IONo IN KY The great colored toftdO IBookertired lhursdav evenin Louisville to a large ant preciativt andkncu Times soys j Booker Washington cfMved from all kinds i 1 case of Louisville l a welcome inoiv It sincere and enthusiastici was accorded to either o Uite visitorsAdmiral Se IO of the United ttttc h i 01urtpIr race color or ell1 as character that cootJ with the masses in this 1 o thcMvoods And thai c eilstriYing i J 111u rieuco I not Wttutlier Weakness V 7 WII1 i ferin twist debilitatinir effects of sQ1I4 rarer w Uhwr The Hyuipiotns injj are that n tonic is NPdNd tllatwi crnt ttiiiliby niipKl trinKe di icn tperfect reguwie Ltw 1 lww IU tiM part natural activity to 11 IH rHnUioe will do it iis t tni + uxativ Ijotqrmd fordtp flu bPt it It was eQOIQUtti to inoi1 li Newton Juan iOAt L dtftf S Ellison J J HIGH PRICE chlGA DIY FOR EACH PRISONER Frankfort IvyI tune 9 0ontrniissioners today closed a renewalcontract with the Frankforti Shoe Manu ictiir ing Company for 400 con victs at fifty cents pew day oochrrhis is by seven andJ uil half cents the highest price ever received for con victs labor in the state said represents an addition to th0i pefite1l1jinrie i j When the present nifjUra oment wont into office tiro highest prico received fm tlllrtrftJV1cet three cents At prcsont M efthirtyfitT highest iis fifty cents TTlt yew contract made with tie Frankfort Shoe Maiiufactir ing Jompairy will1 1not go 1ift o effect until January 1I I ffloww roublefNow is the time to provide vonrbf and family with a bottle of Ghainuer lairs Colic Cholera and Diarrhea toblet andiftripltotownseason It is everywhere admitted tobe lorhowolarsete tOoUNCLE IKES OPINION Uncle Iktf11 Sarvant marster H IiI111STends oil what you m fut want It haint no gOOd 10 hogkillin flat is for Ali nt- i but for laiakin kraps hnSs 01aPruncle Ike what dO 1 o know about kraps l toDal1ou rt boss tJinl to vaigal his oP nigger lOtt node 1 wasnt taulken bjut dp 0 thnde nlIIl hpn bout town kraps 1 Iofdidnt nYan to offend you X liaise j i rrQheIkrat i iis townkrnpsIco III 4 M rrIQ u i 4 eu Look LookI I EXCLUSIVEI I IAI i1 tGubb I Miuocf1 1 lira trfig Trrrr h LJ 1 Tvnr lzM Amply t rovidtaI Jt r rrjursiu 1 eMt ac tici Only Best Bt eiaer KUv wires uU always of uniform quality Never goes wrong no matter FtYhow great a italic ruh J iis put on iL Does t I butI iii- Sj f EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED- by the manufacturers Call and see it Can show you how it will Save you money aud fence your Holds SO they win stay fenced 9 This is the fence formerly sold by H B Shaws Sons We intend to keep in stock if eon be bought We alao hare a large and well awlectod line of Bng ies Furui Implements harness Ac W S HENDERSON CO I u Vth Book Store1 Splcu Ji l Selection of NEW BOOKS STATOI ERYIJ NOTIONSfi T i Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date ij CojCITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Vo are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate you trying barbers II U OALDWEIJ WiLl CIOWJUL C E EAKER General GrQcer9 Powell Block Clinton St leaving purchased the Qrocery Sloak oj J C Uondurant would be pleased to hare nil old friends la salt Freah Owdg und Choice IJirvnin s DR S K DAVIDSON JentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgilll lt Oowgilla Orne Storet I IJOHN RINGWOOD GexeXal GxOcaxfes- D I D Iic3n1tI I Keeps all kinds of Groceries aunt Family Suppliet BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS SPECIALTYUiI j load Delivpred Free j I Telephone Xi St j j i GAR U THE R SJ i BAKERY AND t CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIES Remember you Ret bluo tmdiuK stamps with ovary JOo cash purchase i SrREIIE utcraLtxtTSlephona lumber 90I r ALL ST1E I- wovwf FIELD FENCE I h IJasI W honey i I ATTORNEYA1LAWI I nisnIcaiIi Ixjcatod itr the Conrt H i I f TIME OF TRAINS AT I UNION U1TV North Bound 1 No Lwtvcstdnlfy 11 2S no in No tI Len iI lJtfI a m No lit Ijenvea wf kdayn miretl 13U I 111II South Hound i mJfo i mNoC S CLARK- EGrml lUiufrr sr LOUIS C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL I natpi1rt tGe1 PaM AfttH- OttlLV ST Lot If INIFEIICIItN2El1LEloon MILE TICKETS I I Ara now being sold by the Nashville UhaltftnoogH A St Louts Knilwny Rood theSoutheastmiles Rate fairIfwithinl Uiogo UckeU You will save honey l Ij t lickflt1tj I GupralUfIicp I i W L 1IAXLEV I i I i e Jenvral Pit sonucr ARnnt j I a Nashville Tone j i iri q M rIEfl 9+ t- T 1 s f t SM 4 it it r R besr rr1Che the otton- T el WhIC tlinerunt- iIIIIArc from SL Lo s ebe a d Caro directly through time most fern Plzio o Ark nsas Louisiana tied Texas n st ii s I either reseh direct or m e l o e st la 1connecti tr ns forali pms oI th Get I ovnn J COURIER JOURNAL 1 A WEEK 2TIMES 104 TIMES A YEAH SI1 ITim TWIOKAWEEK COUUIKIU MlUUNAl istlio et paper published in the United States for LieniocraLs and for aft read rs It is tho equal of many Uttiluw and Limo Hupfrior of all other Semii Voeklical HENRY WATER SUN Editor Tho Wednesday issue is devoted to X15WS MATTERS the Saturday issue to TAP JIOMEj Sumple copies beat frel on anplieution Address rCOUKIEIC J OCRNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky I TIC W 6SOFT T r THEM ALL Nunnallys Cand- iesReigers CALL ORNI11Y H tTivIL- SF01v SALE BY Gowjili s Co Vgill DRUGGISTS PITTSBURGI COAL Until Juno 16th wo will soil Pittsbur best lump in t poundsCnshinusj be in by June 15th Alex A Faris Son s i IEIXATSci1i ANS4sfAN LOUISIANA 1J11 i I i IIII jI j II I I 7T4jarorsistKlandtshora west Louisiana and I ITua+ A7thAt1ItiCIS Jtla Through tftto M ADAMI T Pl CAIH ILL I i 511titlISIMbatterI I l t t l r A F GODS LITTLE ONES suSvTdkes One of Them as the Text of a Wonderful Sermon Diacourae by the Illghway and ny way Preacher on the Divine Thought for Children and the Ke ponlbIIUy of Adult Towards Them Copyright 19C by A N Kellogg News paper Co- Chicago June 8 1S02 i Text Take heed that ye despise not one s af these little ones for I say unto you Th- In Heaven their angels do always beho the face of My Father Which Is In IIeuve- 4fatt 1810 Read Matt 18114 The Dispute Beside the Way Mark tells us that the disciples had been engaged In such a spirited and lengthy discussion among themselves while they were journeying with their Lord to Capernaum that it had attract His attention With that marvelous Divine patience which Jesus always r displays towards His erring selfseek lug disciples He wisely forbears breakl lug into the discussion but waits un til Peter and James and John al Andrew and the rest have exhausted their arguments amL when they are come into the house in His quiet searching way lie asks them What was it that ye disputed among your selves by the way A shamefac confession on their part follows In stead of talking with their Lord amorra g themselves and as a result became involved in a useless and silly discus sion They realize now how the time bad been worse than wasted How often is it so among the disciples of Jesus Christ Their way their methi ods their ideas their position in the work of the Lord as they suppose theyforgetki tiently and silently walking befide them and instead of turning to Him nrgueithpreciondr gotten and all the light and joy k Christian services are driven away Then it is that Jesus comes and gently seeks from us a confession and ion to teach us the supreme lesson Christian service and true greatness A Little Child in Their Midst With that impressive and solemn silence which the soul feels when it has coni fessed its fault to the Lord and awaits the learning of the lesson which 11 loving wisdom always drives home the soul is submissive and nothe r child unto Him sets him in the mid z of them Here is his text A little one to illustrate Divine truth A lit1 jIiimt t principles upon which Ills Kingdom was V be established Here is a p1 1 ture for Gods ministers of today Aft contemplate A little one in the midst t of the modern day congregation with its innocent prattle is too often frowned upon apd instead of furnisring a text for the preacher makes ltt forget both his text and his Berm and so disturbs his peace of mind to unfit him for the delivering of Oo- cmessage A little child in the mid stofof them is nearly always the setti which Scripture gives to the audiences to whom Christ preached The art stinr in painting the scenes of Jesus artiv ityon the mountain side or by t rippling waters of the blue Galilee in the villages where He healed andI taught has almost never failed t0allplace the little ones there and we flu H them very near to the Masters si- tt It is the way the Lord would have rtofgore little ones in the midst of ti modern day congregations would hri more of the presence of Jesus into tf assembly and hivei greater hope for the future of the rising generation The Masters Selection of a Lit tieof Childif your child had been the that tiny would it have been he who I the Master would have called to II side and of whom He could have said Whosoever therefore shall hum himself as this little child the same is greatest in the Kingdom of Hifven Or would He have seen so much your own worldliness and pride 81 l Ii selfishness and impatience and fault finding reflected in the chUrl of yo r daily care or perhaps neglect that He must needs turn from him to s J to you Whoso shall offend one l these little ones which believe in Me ii it were better for him that a millsto were hanged about his neck and that i he AVere drowned in the depth of the i seaT Oh sad it is that s soon is reflect ed in the innocent babe which G E has given usa precious heritage the sins and petty vices of the misguid ed parents From the day that that little bit of Heaven begins to draw p tits nourishment from the mothers breast nnd feel the touch of t fathers hand it begins to learn n Is as sensitive to record the di cordant note anti angry mood as iis the wax cylinder of the phonograph a to catch the sound waves that set the delicate needle to vibrating Sad it is that not every child of today would draw the attention of the aster t as did the little one of the Scripture before us Notice that Jesus se c lected him because of his quiet sweet modesty and held him up- an example of beautiful humili- iiYou may polish your little one tvi society politeness and ballroom grace you may toglim or her out in the latest finery and help him to find pleasure in the aJ us menthalI and theater and educate him to rend the Sunday newspaper by giving him the funny inside behind whose mask of alleged humor lies hidden the j poison darts from the pit of hell but be sure that your child will u- be of I the Vine the Lord will select as n I text from which to preach a wand er 1 ful sermon on humility the type of true greatness The Little One Knew JesuE4 Per haps Jesus had visited often in the home where lived the little one of our text His little feet had been dI- rected by the devout parents to tbe Masters side and in his childish Ca nocency he had drunk in the Sa ours words and fele Divine impress oni his tender sensitive little heart He was not too young to love mammai and papa He was not too young to love this the Dearest Friend Who had ever come into their happy home Two reasons why the little ones in the home do not truly know and love Jesus 2o room is made in the home idfor Jesus noel the parents do not lint tie feet to His side The Bible may be on the shelf or even in our hands for the few minutes of perfunctor reading the stereotyped prayer mayf fall from our moving lips while th heart is buried in the affairs of thisI Ieelt only comes where room is made forI Him Will you not make room for Him so that the little ones may come to know Him too On the walls of the home I love best hangs this motto IdChrist Is the Head of This House The Unseen Guest at Every Meal The Silent Listener to Every Conversa tlon And knowing the blessedness of Ilin presence since we made room for Him and receive from IBm a daily portion before beginning the duties Vyof the day we would rather partt with any treasure than miss thz blessing lie alone can give DIn room for Jesus in the home and th daily lead the little ones to hlwhere His benediction noel blessi may rest upon them Talk with the about Jesus and chords will be set to vibrating in their lives which WI I never cease throughout eternity Be gin the day with Jesus and often itt will close with the eager plea as th platery tl about Jesus again And as the drooping eyelids and gentle ling sweetly announce that slumber- f land has been reached we finish our story of Jesus nnd leave the litHe one in His arms to restT OneLpfi little one gazes in loving wonder lift h realizing he has been lifted to the pinnacle of greatness in the King dom of Heaven True greatness nee realizes its greatness The essence urfof chileaccords m first place and loving service Or thettoday the same spirit which was displayed in the dis cussiqn of these disciples as thej journeyed by the way and which we are now so ready to condemn and wonder at There is today the same teato sharply rebuked by the Lord upon one occasion Plenty of selfappointed leaders too manofwilling to be generals and too few pimytnnIml lesson of true greatness in ti service1sBut first of all note the development recordrageel eighteenth cha I ter of his Gospel Having set the child their midst sayVerilyAleonverted hUrdren ye shall not enter into the King Idom of Heaven Not a question after Vdthe vitally important one of lirstg deling into that Kingdom These words Jesus are addressed not to afro lvrargees to Thin Igo have left all and followed Him irPeter I have called you from y o fishing nets to make of you a fisher men You have heard and obeyed arefirst call re concerned about seemisfsevidence that you as yet do not really yehiebe cunvcrt e1 and become as a little child KingdomThere restdof asilthe he turns his eyes on the little one sitting allrJesus knee b sorbed interest he presses close to ti confdenayceis CsofimportHisof SCIisef seeker does not belong to the Lord Peter absorbed in his argument prove his right to the chief place the Kingdom is in danger of losing a pllace in it altogether odTake HeedJesus has led step by step from the little one in their midst iinto His Kingdom and now lie is ready to give them n glimpse into a beautiful mystery of that Kingdom and He beetAle1 ye despise not out Isauntoyosu nwaJsbeholclis in Heaven When Jesus says Take heed there is a solemn import in His words Anti with the eternal interests of one of Ills precious little ones iuitthe balance there is no mistaking the intensity of His meaning Two striking conditions mark the attitude of the present age towards childhood secet ptynd rat never before were little ones so unwelcome in the home Never before were children so little hometrained anti so overtrained outside the home as to day Parents l kn content to relegate the secular and religious training of their children to those outside the home who are not directly interested in them and the mothers knee and the mothers Bible the little home task and tfoi patient training of tIle children Itto industrious habits are fast becoming only memories of the past L Never before was there so much need f raising our voices against these blighting tendencies and earnestly and solemnly repeating the words of our Lord Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones Childless Homes The thunder tones of Gods wrath sounds forth iin the words Take heed when the despising of these little ones makes the unwelcome guests in the home It is no longer fashionable to rear large families or even any families at all1 Howoften the newlywedded pair with set purpose born of hell deliberately determine that no baby voice shall1 make music in their home nor baby hand rest softlyun the mothers breast Selfishness and scientific non sense of the day can dictate a tongs list of reasons why the children ar not wanted than we have space to enu merate here But against every reason which the selfish heart can conjure up+ g1eletters of fire Take heed that y e despise not one of these little ones The presence of children in the flew ish home was n manifest evidence of the biasing of God and the cryof tl childless wife was give me children or I die Hannah in the temple so overcome by the anguish of her loneliness as to appear to Eli the high priest to be in a maudlin condition from tooI much wine made one request of tht Lord that she might lure children gad God gave her the desire of her heart Dodd sings Lo children are an heritage of the Lord and tim fruit of the womb is His reward Ilap py is the man that hath his quiver ktfull of them they shall not be Iienmtthe enemies in the gate Parenthoodu arespleading persistent notes of a toot itcr sparrow as she seeks by the temp I ing morsel in her beak to draw h little one away from the nest and get mehim to try his wings and obtain strength and skill to sail the Ul heavens and successfully win a live lihood for himself I notice she does lmnot commit this important task t some one else nor does jhe leave t little one for club appointment rasocial function or even the sewin circle until her tnsk is Accomplish j i and her birdling can safely fly alone The heartbreaking crytf the moth i er Where is my wandering boy tcr night would not so often be wru fjjom time quivering lips if when t eloy was first learning to try his strength and was forming habits hcmother had been at his side to guide chhis feet and take the sting frc u th poisoned darts of the enemy 01 h tcboys soul The foul word the u clean thought the lustful habit the lying tongue the evil associate won not have usurped her place in b heart if her watchful eye hoc been faithful to detect the sowing of t i first seed and in one of mothers 1 i quiet little talks she had disarnt I the power of the enemy and maddI temptationTakei4i these little ones To turn yo child upon the street to neglect hi I for responsibilities in society in cLa itable work in church activities i leto despise these little ones and perhaps forever turn their feet away from the Lord I do not know how citybut maIupon the go home to eat nnd when the thourgrows late to sleep And on the crime and nastiness which these liti tIe ones learn between the hours tirtsk and bedtime From one end t+ tiratmaesttof all we need an awakened pare theinlittle ones as to feel that they are a nuisance when they are around and urbe glad when they are awayout of sight Oh the possibility which lies in that little life which God haS com mitted to your hands and which it ia your solemn duty to patiently and lovingly develop Take heed that yo despise not one of these little ones Angels as Ministering Spirits It a beautiful thought noel one fun warranted by the words of our tee speialsay unto you that in Heaven their angels do always behold the face of tcmy Father which is in Heaven It as natural for the little one to unfold its mind to the thoughts of loving Saviour and Heavenly Father as it is for the brightfaced slow to turn towards the warming rays of tothe sun or the lark to mount up into inthe heavens with his cheery song What sweet and wonderful secrets the angels of God can whisper in the tender little hearts if only the world lines and unbelief of the parents are blighting lost lambkin out on the mounts side is of more concern than ti ninetynndnine sheep safe in ti fold Even so it is not the will your Father which is in Heaven that one of these little ones shoo perish117ten the tiny bit of hu nngelhoersOerdevelop Heaven is very near nnd the forces of the unseen world nro parentsinGod But if the atmosphere of the home is laden with the things of this world noel the Lord has no place spiritual blighted like the tender plant which is put in the cold damp dark cellar God does all He can to draw the hearts of men towards Him 1 starts the babes in life with n mInis- tering angel What more can he d f Take heed that ye despise not or of these little ones for I say unto you that their angels do always behold the face of my Father which lr In Heaven Y COOK CEREALS DRY tf I3eu Process Discovered by Dr An derson ofColumbia University 11 StarchynKoodn of All Kind Greatly lii Icreimcil Uhen Prepared by i a Dry Heat An important discovery in economic botany which it is believed a farreaching application food was first formally announced at one of the conferences of jSa s of departments which are bedteekly in the Museum building gardenThemay udryprocess of cooking cereal rains and starchy products The food is cooked in a saturated atino phreTlfe JI author of the discovery is Dr X11tinder 1Ltaerson now curator- e ofghe herbarium at Columbia uni verity In a paper in which he paje an account of his discovery Dr Anderson said lll the cereals and nearly nil the important foods derived from plants captain large quantities of starch Thg chief value of the cereals lies lathe starch which they contain 7o prepare starches for humane food it is essential that the granules should be broken up in order to be ptre easily acted upon by the dif fcrent digestive enzymes The sail vary enzymes are especially active incQnverting starch into sugar but ran starch in which the granules uponh thetprevTBuslyerup by heating in water the enzymatic action is almost instantn converted1ento sugar in which form it is soluble and easily asHimHatcd thattI extenthewhen heated dry or in contact with watergbakingrtiprocess In the COt rse of my experiments I have discovered a method by mean lcimisragopUeoutside which is customary Iin the pastesinprocessesmetcrInstead amnable to effect the complete swelling ofddry heat This I do by subjecting 19fife starch granule grain or starchy saturatedhatmosphere findeelthe starch granule broken up into snit innumerable number of particles urfrugment8 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law the Adveruw- saat la thtpayr- t c I a im fc J a ifae1 Hickman Courier GEORGE VTARUEN Publisher JrMA KENTUCKY ttEtrrael v 1tI JUNE 1902 t JUM TO HUM TEL tai bibi5tIoIOIl 3 4 5 6 7 x- T 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 I illlliIj 2930 m H Z ffi = rrwa Tr =ti CURRENT TOPICS Onethird of the United States proper is vacant land Smoking has been prohibited in the New York City hall havingchicken a King Edward wll vlslt the Cork ex hibition in the autumn Routt county Colorado Is 130 miles long and 75 miles wide From 700 to 800 persons are Wiled annually by lightning in the United StatesA candle once extinguished never be relighted in an Austrian roy al palace Mrs Hay Is busily engaged In fixing up a code of etiquette for official WashingtonDr Everett Hale indorses the Lords Prayer In the most unqual ified manner The worlds record for steamships Ss 560 miles a day and for sailing ves Eels 325 miles Plans have been prepared for a four milliondollar union depot to be erect ed In Kansas City School children In Victoria Aus lie are carried in street cars to rid from school free of charge Lleut Col Andrew Haggard a brother of Rider Haggard the novel Jst has opened a barber shop Since he began yachting about 50 years ago Lord Drassey has sailed nearly 322000 miles in a dozen yacnt of varying tonnage- M Rostand the celebrated dramatic author has an immense collection of little lead soldiers of which French children are so fond A small boy required to write sentence containing the word horn Jny produced the following Horn 1ny marbles have you The first cargo of wheat from the United States to England since the 1 British government imposed a duty on sheet imported paid 3000 Mrs Albertina S Pyne who died some time ago in Princeton N J left an estate valued at more than 6000000 In personal property alone Charles S Onderdong of Lany N 311 owns the largest goat ranch In the world He has as high as 20000 goats on his 28000 acre ranch at one time Kohel an Englishman has justt crossed the English cl nnel in a boat nine feet by three He will attempt to cross the Atlantic In the same boat A French physician proposes the enactment of a law forbidding women under 30 to wear a corset of any kind under penalty of fine or Imprisonment Lucy Latimer a colored resident oI Washington claims the distinction of having served as cook for four pros dentsGrant Hayes Garfield and Ar thurSenator Jones of Nevada will retire from public life when his press term in the senate expires on March 4 He has been In the senate for 20 yearsA t mute of Blackburn EnglandI has been bound over to keep the pea because he used threatening de and dunb language toward his fath and brother Samuel Hinkle of Springfield IIII owns the old leather hat box cam j by Abraham Lincoln to Washington the occasion of his first lnaugu tion as president- Switzerland is population cons 1 ered the greatest exporting country t extelusively manufactured articles James L Gates of Milwaukee h just closed another largo land deal aggregating 150000 acres This easily1 J orrfi northwestJr 1nowsitting on a clutch of eggs in ti pump which stands In the prison yan at Terrington Kings Lynn The bird can only get Into the pump throu the handle aperture Cigar smokers will not be comforted t by the knowledge that the tubercle r bacillus has been found in cigars whIch had been made by a consump tine at Havana where according to a sanitary census just taken there were 1187 cases of tuberculosis F Agents for American agricultural machines sold In Constantinople last year 370 reapers and mowers t Waders four rakes and one thresher No effort IB made to sell binders because they are considered too coin pll c cated for satisfactory use by the Turk ish peasant is A thoughtweighing machine has been lavented by Prof Mosso Italian physiologist the rush of b to the head turning the scale T machine Is so delicate that it can meaire the difference in the ex tion seeded to read Greek from t required for Latin11 J SOFT cGOAL MINERS I Strike in the WPT Yinrinia and Virginia Disrrict On There Arc 22COO Miners In the Field and It was Expected That 180 0 Will Be Out in the Course of a Few Days Dingess W Va June 7Seven hundred miners at the Pearl Mining Cos mines went out on strike hero at noon Friday- Montgomery W Va June 70nethousand United Mine Workers In the Kanawha field signify their Intention of joining the strike A few hundred quit work here Friday afternoon and practically all miners In the New riv er district will also strike Saturday The cabin Creek miners 800 in number stated Friday night that they will not join in the strike Elkhorn W Va June 7The Brea coal strike in West Virginia is noon w in the Flat fop Elkhorn Tug River and Dingess fields Friday even Ing probobly 10000 miners all memo bers of the United Mine Workers of America came from the mines wit picks on shoulders and declared their intention to remain out until the op erators make them the concessions demanded at the Huntington meeting a few weeks ago From present Indica lions not more than a dozen collerles wity1 be at work The miners In this field are made up of Huns Poles Negroes and whites but all belong alike to the organizationland all poem determined to wage their fight to the bitter end Wilkesbarre Pa June President Mitchell said Friday that the strike of the engineers and pumpmen Is practi cally complete The mining superin tendents say that as far as they are concerned there has been no change In the general situation Hazleton Pa June 9At their meeting at Freeland Sunday afternoon the employes of the Delaware Susquehanna Schuylkill railroad anon i mously refused to handle any trainsI carrying special officers deputies or non untoalsts The following resolu lion addressed to Luther C Smith superintendent of the road was adopt edResolved That owing to the strike of the anthracite miners we the em ployes of the Delaware Susquehanna Schuylkill will refuse to handle any trains carrying deputies coal and iron police or non unlonlats during the con troublea 1 It Is understood the company will not ask the men to continue doing this 1 work but will depend on the Lehigh J Valley railroad in tho future to take these special trains from one colliery to the other Some of the Lehigh Val J ley trainmen declined during the past J two days to handle these trains and crews were recruited with some dim j catty The Lehigh Valley trainmen hejd a secret meeting here Sunday after noon and decided that they will not handle any coal mined at the collieries j or any soft coal sent over the Hazlo ton division to displace anthracite dur ing the continuation of the strike They will continue manning trains carrying officers and deputie- nd I a men recruited in the big cities they are not imported in such tar numbers as to enable the companies to resume the mining of coal with non union forces Northfork W Va June 9The coat operators here have given notice that all the strikers must vacate company houses Monday Several hundred nonh union men were at work here Saturday The strikers met Sunday and ntis believed violent will be resortedI to if nonunion men attempt to enterI mines again Monday The operate say they will protect all the nonunion men who desire to work ceDavy W Va June 9There has ofbeen no serious trouble here yet but erthe operators announced Sunday th Monday morning they will operate their mines with nonunion labor TI j medenrose operateo j raare putting guards armed with Winchesters about their propeAy and se rious results are expected 9Tiittp 1 miners strike was unchanged Sunda I werecheld by the strikers but nothing w asbeI ofsthe men will be working Monday President Not to Interfere In Stri kenandWashington June 7After a conl calisI Roosevelt Negroutdthe s tlement of ute dispute between the ghcoal operators and the striking miners No Oath For Kruger Birmingham Eng June The Post says that on account of former Presf dent Krugers advanced age and flrmlties the government has waived the claim for his acknowledgment ofnow British sovereIgntycNewspaper Artist Dead waNew York June 7Robert F Ph lips a newspaper artist died at themeatSeney hospital Brooklyn from vlruIIlent scarlet fever after an Illness three days His brother Steph Phillips is a famous English author and poetcYeardTaehena convention of Travelers Protec Indlanapoen pklHoward W Peak ot Texas president by acclamation r r EXCURSION TRAIN WRECKED V One Killed Nearly 50 Injured Three Probably Fatally jsloni mSInggins and 12 coaches carrying over fa people was wrecked at Bloch river while running 40 miles an hour paS man was Instantly killed three wenJJ probably fatally Injured and nearly 3q others received injuries of various de grees of severity ranging from bruises and cuts to broken limbs r The excursion was under the aj tspIces or the German Aid society or Alr pena When the train reached Blal river the tender jumped the track Engineer Hopper instantly set the air brakes and reversed his engine The sudden stop throw the first three coaches of the train oft the track arid Into the ditch The first car was thrown half around and the next two coaches plowed through it and cut It onlytwith 40 other excursionists His body was terribly crushed and death was InstantaneousThe of the others in the car was well night miraculous Grosln haids little son occupied the same seat with him but the lad was uninjured WIND AND THUNDER STORM Two People Killed and a Third Perhaps Fatally Injured Columbus Ga June 9A heavy wind and thunder storm which posse over this city Sunday afternoon caused the death of two people perhaps fatally injured a third and did consid erable damage to property The dead J J Wildls gCloinWillis was killed by lightning while standing near a large oak tree on upper First avenue Ho was conrersin with Cochran who was also struck at the same time Louis McCIain was standing in his back yard in Phoenix City just across the river from where Willis was killed The lightning holdingiCochrans condition is reported as seri ous Several dwellings in tho rest peace portion of the city were struck by lightning and unroofed by the tornaA HAZING BEE An Affair That Began In Fur Cam Near Ending Disastrously Madison Wis June 9A hazln bee which started In a spirit of fun came near ending disastrouslyI After Harry F Herrmann of New London had been ducked in the lake he went Ortderself Later he appeared on the street and was rushed by the crowd and f the melee the revolver was discharged1 the bullet lodging In the leg of Phillip I C Kopplin of Laveil This enj raged tho students who captured Herrmann and gave him a secontducking Several other shots were fired but failed to take effect Kop plings injuries are said to be slight CASEs Fosr PardonedgMontgomery Ala June 9Gov Jelks Sunday pardoned Geo Howard Martin Fuller and John Strength three 01 the four white men convicted in El more county of lynching the Negro Robin White and sentenced to to years in the penitentiary The case Is famous as tho only In itstance in Alabama where a white roan has been convicted of lynching a Ne Q rsThe men had served one yearICLAIMS SELFDEFENSE Prominent Merchant Confessed to Killi Painterat Neew ton a prominent merchant of Mont has cotrsfessed to the kitbag of a journeym painter Persons near Montrose discovered a newlymade grave In the woods and an Investigation showed weythat the e Officers took the case up and arrested Newton who clef killed the man in selfdefense Death of Prof Bother Cambridge Mass Juno 9FerdlBocher A M professor of mo universiiy is dead He was born In ew York city In 1832 of French par dentage Nogtr taughtFrench Whitelaw Reid In London Reidthei winto the coronation of ho Saturdaythe on is comfortably settled In the capa Brook house here CoffeetlCity June 9The depart of foreign relations has received from the MexIcan geofn era that the Canadian gov eaeminent has conceded a consideraoie reduction on the duties imposed on imported from this country The Liberty Bell Charleston S C Juno 9The lib Phlladllsel tonda accompanied by an escort of anticliliens i u I THEI BOERS DISARMING r is Proceedinjr Satisfactorily and in Gold Spirit The Boers Are Generally Dressed f I Dilapidated Clothing But They All Have a Smart and Soldierly Bearing London June 9The war office has received the following message from dateTheISroceedlngspirit is displayed everywhere Yesterday 4342 rifles had been surrendered up to date- Dispatches received from Pretoria confirm the statements made In Lord Kitcheners communication to the wa office and say that the whole staff of the late Transvaal government wit a body guard of 50 men surrendered last Saturday The following formalities are observed when Gen Botha Gen DeWet or any of the iBoer commandants accompany the British officer who has been detailed to receive surrenders The Boer leader goes out to meet a commando and returns at Its headI The Boers who come in are generally dressed in dilapidated clothing but have a smart and soldierly ueanIn Those who are to surrender are assembled and the Boer leader delivers an address to his men urging them to listen abd iish officer then makes a speech to the men of the commando in which he Informs them of the admiration of King Edward and the British nation for the struggle and the bravery people and promises that the British authorities will do their ute most to help them daglA meal Is then provided for the Boers after which tho formal surren dens occur In many such Instances tho Boers have cheered King Edward and they have sometimes expressed surprise that no army was sent out to receive their surrenders The Boor are allowed to retain their horses and saddles The majority of them appear to be glad that the war Is at an end nd that they will now be able to join their families Among the men who surrendered to the Bylish authorities at Balmoral Americanewho will be granted free passage bar1tsign of the altered con ui inttonsner the British high commissioner rode from Pretoria to Johannesburg last Saturday accompanied only by two staff officersprmA few of the Boer women still iivo genn ral foclingamongthem JaIn favor of making the best of the situation Throughout the dominions of the British empire and especially in all the principal towns of South Afrt casists thanksgiving services for the return of peace were held Sunday Lord Kitchener attended a thanksgiving service at Pretoria at which GOoO Brit- Ish troops were present Berlin June 9The thanksgiving serficcs for the conclusion of peace in South Africa held in the Englt shvial churchQere Sunday was attended by the members of the British embassy at Berlin Andrew D White the United States ambassador and John Jackson secretary of embassy tinUtlliration of Atmospheric Electricity Without Chemicals or Dynamos London Juno 9A dispatch to ti Daily Mail from Las Palmas CanaspIislands says that a prominent en neer of that town named Figueras claims to have discovered a method of J utilizing atmospheric electricity with chemicals or dynamos and that heI loutable to make practical application I his method without employing any jmotive force Senor Flgueras expec that his Invention will bring about tianUNIQUE BULL FIGHT 1 A Mexican Wrestler Succeeded In J I Throwing a Wild Bull maLaredo Tex June 9A bull fight 1 1 was given in the Plaza de Toros of Nuevo Laredo Mexico Sundaylounique feature of which was sue dcosstul performance of Romulus tho 1 famous Mexican wrestler who sueIseeded In throwing a wild bull fn the San Luis Potosi ranch Romulus grappled and threw him at the first I attempt One bull was killed but no Horses hurt in this fight Degree For Ambassador Choate j London June 9Oxford university at the forthcoming encenia an nual commemmoration at Oxford In honor of the founders will confer t honorary degree of doctor of civil law on Joseph H Choate the United States ambassador I English Army Inefficient London June 9Tho report of the committee on military training and J education says that the junior officers ire deficient In military knowledge and lazy that mediocrity Is allowed to pass muster and as a result the En fish army is lamentably inefficient Tickled the Shah Berlin June 9The shah of Per sin took more delight In hearing an American musical macilne of which there inI one at the Persian legation than to listening to all the crack mUle lirr hands jt IIi FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington June 4SenateTues day afternoon the senate passed the Lodge Philippines government bill b3a vote of 48 to 30 Three republicans I1Vellingtonmeasure and one democrat Mr Mc Laurin S C voted for IL All amend ments offered by the minority were r nlected approvethe offices or of the Islands and authorizes the governor and vice governor to exercise dlrecte1bO considera Thehouse NY tee who was in charge of the bill are gued that the senate bill was uncon stitutional SeanceDfrconstructtni thhe Morgan Ala chairman of the committee on Inter oceanic canals opened the debate speaking nearly three hours A con siderable wasdevotedcently suggested danger to the NIca raguan canal route of seismic 1 iJancesHousThe debate on the antian archy bill continued all day It was without sensational features being confined almost entirely to the legal gand constitutional phases of the ques Parker not go far enough that the killing of the president should be made punish le by death without any limitation whatsoever GSenateInfurtbercanal project the senate heard Thurs day two speeches neither of which ofwas complet- eHouseThe general debate on the attti anarchy bill was ended except for two speeches which will be made Fri y Air Littlefield Mo will closing argument In support of measure The debate Thursday that of Wednesday was devoted legal arguments Washington Juno 7After transacting some routine business Friday the senate resumed consideration of Hannsa 0 continuing his argument In su port of the Panama canal The Uh senator declared that no political co ion siderations were involved In the canal problem HouseGeneral debate on the anti anarchy bill closed The section of gunforfroscatosg failed- Washington Juno 10i Senate isthmian canal project was discussed the senate Monday HouseThe house passed the bill to protect the president vice president members of the cabinet and foreign ministers and ambassadors and to sup byteto a for the senate measure which con tamed no anti anarchy provisions but which did contain a provision omitted guarlforof 13 sections It provides that any person who shall unlawfully pur presldentpresdency minister accredited to this country while engaged In the performance his official duties or because of his of character or because of any of h acts or omissions shall suffer death Any person who attempts to commit any of the above offenses shall be im ABat- tempt ny to Inflict grievous bodily bar upon the president or any person en tled to succeed him if he inflicts Injuries which shall cause death shall InjuriesdoshallbeyearsiAny person who aids abets or con ires with oEta knowlnglharborsthat he may avoid arrest or punishment any person who has committed one of the above offenses shall be im unlawfulisj prisoned from one to 25 years Any governmentaany civilized na on because of his character or who openly justifies such killing with Intent to secure the commission or any of the above offenses shall be fined imprfsonmentfromperson who persontothe United States the chief magistrate o hisharacter anddeathj suffer beom5000 and Imprisonment from five to 25 years If such attempt is not made the punishment shall be a similar fine and Imprisonment from one to five years Section 2 provides that opeIosed orIsentertaining oppositionanthe United aidshefinedfromImprisonedfromprohibits naturalization of anarchists Sis Hopkins Divorced Cincinnati June GIt leaked out Thursday that Rose Melville Sis Hopkins was granted a divroce Tuesday by Judge Sr Smith The case appeared on the docket as Rose Har dy against Harry Hardy Neglect was the plea The Protected CruiceT CenverJJ Washington June GThe protect ed cruiser Denver will be launched on June 21 The Denver Is the second of the six 17knot cruisers of her class to be launched the Cleveland already bavins been floated I BRIEF BUT KILLING d Uerse Remedy That tVu Not lice onttaended list AV Very Ef fective la Its Way A recent West Philadelphia political meet following Breitof ethe Zachfanner15hoNeThefollowsf r Morals Jim Mornin Zach thebottsTurpentineGood Good mornin afewThe t resultMorninMornin Each u What did you say you rage your horse for the botts- Turpentine Killed mine Mine too Good mornin Good mdrnin Ladles Can Wear SLors One size smaller after uiing Allens F t- Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hot aching feet At all Druggists 25c Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Le noy HI Yo rAndIff Incurable JudgeWhat is your profession itneulm a pft your honor Huh Thats nut a profession its a- diseareChicago Daily News Stops the Coach and works off the cold Laxative Brom Quinine Tablets Trice 25 cents Many a man fails because he would rather make meant quickly than honestly Chi 7 sago Daily sews Pisos Cure u the best medicine we ever 4 andlungsVmnFeb 10 1000 floristPhiladtlphia theyOUCANDOITTOO ing rood from us at wholesale prices savins 15 to 40 percent on every thing they use You can do It too Why not ask us to send ion our 1000 pare catalogue JIttells the story Send todayio iitAS CHICAGO The house that tells the truth TripsbeTO Michigan CanadaMf eleDttR- Vort Huion Point aux Barques 2Uma SU Louis jyackinac Island The Snows Sault Ste Marie E PetoskeyI ebarlevoixTraverse shynLaketoMUSK Kll LAKES Yellowstone National Park and mColorado Resorts reached direct viaI I E I i I Parlor and Cafe ears on day transSleeping ears on Night Trainsi DIRECT CONNECTION i MaOB WITHRiILRND- STBiMSHIV LINES i Ark for booklet oa Summer Trlpt D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati O The Worlds PlaygroundCOLORADO r MICHIGAN CANADA TilE ADIRONDACKS- ST LAWRENCE RIVER WHITE MOUNTAINS or the SEA COAST OF NEW ENGLAND best reached by the Big Four For full information and toratescaUon Aent9 mlFour Route or address the undcrcnIL WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen Pats k Tkt Act AsstGP lT A CINCINNATI O Bert WIAts WMtkt ML LE Arts CreIndraewIt CONSUMPTION S Pa II TfABOY IN SPRINGTIME Chicago RecordHerald 44 Doff Gone the LucU Anyvrny PALESTINE IS WAKING UP SlBn of Commercial 1rosrcxn 3Ios If Due to German Hncrprl tre 31 ultllIlnfor 3Ir Harris United States consular agent at Eibenstock Palestine says that in the last few years there has beenquite a waking up in the matter of Progress German colonists mer chants ami horticulturists says Mr Harm according to a Washington re portnre awakening that part of the Levant from a lethargy of a thousand yearsi Three years ago a German bank was established in Jerusalem with a branch in Yamwhich ex changed 15000000 in 1501 The wa ters of the Dead serf where no rudder has been teen for centuries are now being plied by German motor boats A direct line of communication has thus been opened up between Terusa tern and Kerak the ancient capital of the land of Moab which still com mands the caravan routes leading across the Arabian desert There Js no doubt that German enterprise will also exploit the phosphate fields situated Qn 1th sides of the Jordan when transportation facilities shall haVe beta sufllcjQhtly developed to insure success to the undertaking For many years Germany has been t rkinT to Asia Minor and other coun tries adjacent to Palestine as suitable territories in which to develop German markets The Bagdad railroad which- will i lend through Anatolia intersect ing the headquarters of the Tigris and Euphrates to the shores of the Per sjan gulf isan enterprise of vast im portaTice not only to Germany as the promoter and the Turkish empire but to the world at large his the great ost commercial and civilizing factor that could be introduced into thfs re gionand will tap the rich territories which composed ancient Mesopotamia part from new avenues of com merce a land will be opened up to students and tourists which owing to expense and unsafe methods of travel has thus far been practically inaccessible The great plain of theirauran the granary of Syria forms the hinter land or tack country of Palestine The railroad from Beyroot to Damascus is said to he in financial difficulties Twelve months ago the German consul at Damascus in a report to his government advised iris countrymen lo buy not only this railroad but the unfin ished HaifaDamascus railroad as well Were Germany to acquire these lines and connect them with a railroad run ningfrom Damascus to some point on the projected Bagdad route she would monopo1i7 Minor The commerce of Palestine today is not unimportant Tlie products of the country are wheat barley or anges oil wine ruts figs apples peaches pears pomegranates apricots citrons almonds cucumbers lettuce onions wild artichokes and as ti paragus truffles tobacco sesame anti silk while potatoes and other Euro pean and American vegetables are being 11r introduced by German and French k colonists rh t FADtThe Obaerrant Girl Stlra Up CnrfoHlty I With a Very Cheap aad Com rfRO Article Ill r EuropeJbedccked 11trinketi that she wouldnt have dreamed of wearing before taking a trip abroada all this wealth of 1 ortrnament that appealed with especial tlfurtto the curiosity of the visitor 1 This unique decoration was a little grayishbrawn l cased in gold filigree work and was r worn suspended from the belt by a goltlpntevery little while the girl from Europe t would unharness the trinket iitDdapI ply it to her nostrils with i of satisfaction The visitor watched ibis pantomime for several miutesv with growing interest says the Xew x York Times and finally after an un I usually prolonged inhalation she said i i t 1i I do wish youdtell me what tha thing is The girl from Europe laughed was looking for you to ask that she saidAI was trying to arouse you curiosity There take a whiff yourself perfumeTheto the tip of her own nose and drew sev eral long breaths Why she said it smells for nil the world like a nut i megAnd thats just what it is said th EuropeThe down in a state oS collapse You dont mean io say she interrogated that they are wearing u1Well1 1 rinSthemThey are rather exclusive as yet The fact is I am reviving an old custom 1 I always did have a knack you know of doing odd things When I go intoI strange places I dont go mooning round in a sleepy kind of way but I 1 keep my eyes and ears open and the consequence is I see and hear a goodL many things in the course of a week that other people wouldnt find out in a lifetime pnc of the things I des covered in EnglnmlVB S the old nut meg custom There arc a number of i them in mueeiuns that were used bp fine ladies of past generations Those nutmegs were incased in gold just like this but the casings were set with jewels and were naturally very expensive I havent got the jewels but Ive got the nutmeg and the gold fili gree for a starter andwhen I go refreshingwhiffsntthifragrant d s just been resurrected from a seven teenth century mausoleum and was tickling my senses with the odor ofa inutmeg of long ago I always slid lik the smell of nutmeg anyway even in custards and apple pie I knew a num 1 ber of people in England this summer who followed my load by coming home with gold nutmegs The visitor returned the gold case perfumeWellI ever heard of that is the most ridi culous Do you suppose it will take Quite likely said the girl from Europe History has already repented herself in all other customs anti Im doing all I can to push the nutmeg craze along Appropriate CooKery thking1 williyoncaptivepreparedImy game iin some nationalcharncteristics thkingcaptiveHeyour y doneintoOh no You may make soup of him nut is that characteristic of the Irish your majesty asked the chief politelyCertainly r theYjcooklandI beg your pardon sire but I never heard of it yonh3eThat 1 I have read I sir have often met inI my reading about Irishmen with the t boyPhildeiphia For Decrt A simple parfait within the skill of the must inexperienced is worth try lug Cover a quarter of a box of gel a tin with a half cupful of milk soak half an hour Stank over the tea kettle till melted add it to one pintof cream with a teaspoonful of vanilla and a halfcupful of sugar When very cold1jp to a froth Put into a melon mole cover and pack for two glassesSPostFrom Rent Life ITe1cherEv11 communications cor Now Johnny can you understand what that means Johnny Yesm For instance p got a communication from mas dres- maker this morning that mad him swear Philadelphia Press i J AGAINST TARIFF FOR TRUSTS Western HrpulHcn FavorFrceLtwting trolled rrudnuts It seems that RepresentativSt t b republicani actgthatlhielfnn etoarUclefo elgners for S3 iathhouse atthllrtariffsinndPP ed a resolution in which they deQJar that the industries of the country jiavl outgrown the needs of a protective ar aiffihej submit the notorious fact that out manufacturers are competing success in the markets saysthe tfnorunreasonable delay which will platel upon the free list every article andj product controlled by any monopoly and such other articles and product as are beyond the reach of protection Xo doubt there are other republican constituencies in the west which and ready or getting rends to expre themselves to this effect Certaintfe liverances of the republican governor of Iowa in his message last January imply that in the opinion of that of ficial n great many republicans in that state are not willing to be Wed for the purpoae of securing foreign markets for the protected crosses yearstto secure for them the home market IWhat these western constituencies have yet to learn is that the western republicanrsavvy and will not be consulted to lay great extent when it comes to leeiding what its tariff policy willa OP They have yet to learn that for the lost quarter of a century at Icast the policy of their party has toesnit the interest of the classes which otherS1 ion of a portion of the earnings otf i others to which they are not justly entitled anti for which they render no equivalent They have yet to learn tlmt if they wish to be delivered out of the hands of robbers they must nsso 5ate themselves with n party while Toes not uphold legalized robbery in the llea of necessity or on any ether plea whatsoever N If they i htn cecnpe small PK they must not put themselves in tihj 110fithem l If they wiak to safe 11nr1 lQ3fl selves against grand larceny TuTB cncournlfarcengrectprotrtJI they must attack the entire system of pillage from end to endand from top to bottom g THE TARIFF AND THE TRUSTS r Parnmomit Saturn or Tltta iwane IlaVi peon IPeoplePeopletI taleethat the executive eiI mitten of thedemncratic oDgr commitce is considering plans orlug the trusts and tariff the leading isue of the coming campaign for tj election of representatives in the n tional congress OCtithing 001iuctethe people themselves are dictati e Uthiseoms to see so clearly the truth that the uponUlem ojtbisThey have learned through the beef trusts greed and arrogance the ut timate rail of the trust system t6 such n convincing extent that theyv demand with irresistible insistence the correction of iriistism by means ofa revision of the tariff that shall destroy the trust monopolies of products and markets The democratic party will meet th people half way by making the con gressional campaign qn the tariff trusts issue There is no hope of re publican action against the trusts or partyisof trust magnates that its usefulness to the people is gone It is the party of the trusts and of the burdensoniei tariffs which create the trusts and it must be removed from power in the government as the first step toward relief from tariff taxation and trustism therebcne prixilegetl The democratic congressional com mittee should by all means maketrusts and the tariff the paramount issue of the approaching campaign The earn dempcriticc agresstrclypie are determined upon relief from trustismand thetariffandthenational democracy must lend the movement fother Operations like those of the beef impetustneven in the thoughts of many who are massess country no real class fiis tinction exists there is a feeling that something is wrong Albany AreuaJ UPON THEIR OWN HEADS Ileaftonnlile Heaultn tit the Ailiulnl- trntlouM launder in the llmul- lliiff of Phllipplnex President Roosevelt Secretary Moody and every republican that undertake to defend the work of the army or justify the policy of the gas- minent in the Philippines can now appreciate the far rearhiug effects of the blunder the administration made when it permitted the establishment of a military censorship The evil that institutionj did has lived after it The good if there was any has been in terred with its bones says the Detroit Free Press1- 11eeu the administration authorized censorship that suppressed news distorted news and invented news it succeeded in setting the seal of dis ingenuouiiuessi upon all information emanating from the Philippines or re latingl to the Philippine+ It wu many months before the American people came to understand that their government did not consider them fit to know the truth about their own business but having once comprehended itihey are slow to forget it As a result of the administrations folly the country as- a whole believes nothing that anynf ficer of the government richer civil or military play say in regard to the conditions in the archipelago When a man like Gov Taft says that this thing is so or that his testi many ought to be conclusive It in not While nobody charges the governor with deliberate misrepresentation sstatement are accepted at their face value only by persons that prefer to believe them For the rest there is shrugging of shoulders insinuationsi as to the pleasures of rainbow chasing iin offset of contradictory testimony jjiven by oUters find a general evi deuce of polite distrust Theodore Roosevelt whose reputation for truth nd veracity is certainly as good as jliftt of anybody in the United States JS the victim of the censorship evil tooj When the president declares that he army has not violated the rules of war and that individual cases have ien urged to the disgrace of all the troops nobody seems to believe this because the president has said it d- In trntionistK accept it because it j inj the interests of their party Denio jjrats sneer at it Persons that are try jintjj to learn the truth assume that ItSie jT veident of the United Sate must be reliably and yet they meal how Mr McKinley seemed to be badly nformed at times in regard to tin Insular matters that he discussed jjriB thus it goes p There can be no general credulity inn atmosphere of dUtrust and thei Atmosphere of distrust was create j i hen the administration went into the lUsiuesK of suppressing information Hlirough the medium of a military cen TOTS hip It fs unfortunate now tbm the democrats in conjrre t in order t make campaign material for their putty should misrepresent eonclitiuns in the Philippine and possibly circu late falsehoods about the atrocities committed by the troops Hut we must governmenttthe business of lying about the Philip pines The administration did not call l lying but it was lying anti its own ftlly has survived to plague the party POLITICAL DRIFT 0 The Ohio republicans are bar maniocs but none of the harmony is genuine without Mark Hanoas sijrna ture on the label Albuny Argu Secretary Hoot cannot forgive Miles of course The revelations tf the conduct of the war in the Philip pines leave put the secretarys correspondence with Miles in a ridiculous light Indtanpolis News Ind President Roosevelt knows too much about polities to lay much stress on anything complimentary to him in the resolutions of the Ohio republican convention There will be men at Cleveland who smile and murder while they smile Cincinnati Enquirer Statesmen who constantly quote the late president McKinley are mak ing the mistake of alleging private conversations that belie his public utterances The rest of the country knows just as well as to certain re publican senators thathe said Forc ible annexation is criminal aggres PresseTo the trusts which he so strenuously upholds both in and out of con cress he turns for the necessary cam paign funds to the laborers he turns for votes This sort of political policy has been sometimes called by scoffers carrying water on both shoulders Whether this can be done successfully can bebetterknownAnnoDomin11904eIt Ilanna has declined to take charge of the republican congressional campaign Isis plea of too much work is nn excuse which many other of the old MeKinley politicians will use during the next few months when they are asked to get out and hustle As shrewd prophets they realize that little less than a miracle will save the republicans during the congressional fight Sena tor Banns does not taro to identify himself with a lost C3ilSeSt Louis Republic The republican party is lucid to gether by the mutual attachment of its members to a systein which robs the 1masses in the interests of combined capital and it would be politictl suicide for the republican party to meddle with present tariff rates The tariff must be revised by the democratic party if it is ever to be revised at all and the sooner the voters get this into their heads the sooner conditions will be brought back to the normal and the markets will be governed by the eco nomic laws of supply and demand Peoria lIerald Transcript =RELIABLE = s= R B BREVARD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes atONE dt market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED ROOFING A SPECIALTY KcxMA IAIIKHlCKMAN I KENTUCKY Capital Stock paidrin50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Terrascts8pHciteioThe Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by tie Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Caebtelt 0 A HOLCOMBE VicePresident S AMBERG Ant Cashier HICKMAN WAGON COMA- XUFACTDKEBS VP THE CKLKBRATX QZKA1V WA30NSa- HiCgILAN XENTUOKY LIVEMT STABLEOPPOSITK B B DOT J H POLLOCK Prqpr Fist clue turnouts buggies surrey Mniqes safe teams c Custoate lerrea with courtesy and politeneaa Pa kronace olicited Telephone 19 0 B BAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St E the Grocery Sleek elll- JJ CBeadaraat wold be pleued Iq lUT all old Mamds to eJ Fresh Oosdi lad tIMI Barasias DRS K DAVIDSON Dentiliiltr HOKMAX KBXTUOKT e oQU a Oewutl Y Low Rat to Texas VAt recent intervals during 1901 round trip ckets will be sold via the BeltRootelilpfiml j if Memphis to points nArkansas Louis ha Texas and I Indian and Okla I t ma Territories t eatly reduced I I 1 I joates 111 i f atefNheh yon u Like to tave ws t vfll tell you whta you can tame one V f if the Jcw rote tickets and whit IttIK- f l405t We will h send you tcompete esliftIItmj tAaUIr TPA Gal 1L IQL1E Go pn 5 4i jflt t t TCash Book toLLL pleudiG8eIeciea of NEW lOWS STATIONERYNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thingt up to date MARY BKRFNTIKR t Co A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOIClIIANtKENTUOKY ilYE MB A TRIAL wben you tau- tT BlaokRraltklBg done or rcpairin h pseilqIUndartalcar s Goods Iatl f sNa J Mini Q iin alertatice sad at r Maebbs prier etn a lal- lM vibes sear the Salt r CITY BARBER SHOP Ta tttty ttid eaieaeetes We ara Mra lwtlltlr lfMeir wit yaree t Ie =It tel 7ft t Y we y Sbtim- seNea UO tawliu 5 x vM r r a- ii w- iiii r n t UNIQUE INSTITUTION A Fu min School to Ee Esab lisllGcl ill New York State i Original Committee of Promotion Ila Abram S Hewitt R Fulton Cut t ting John G Carlisle Mrs Seth Low and Others New York June 9Th signing of contracts within a few days for the purchase of the School of Practical Agriculture of 415 acres of land near Poughkeepsie marks the beginning of a movement for the permanent establishment near New York of what the promoters call quo of the most unique educational Institutions in the coun try Less than two years ago a num ber of citizens prominent in political and social life met at the residences of Abram S Hewitt and R Fulton Cutting and formed themselves into an organization establishing experi mentally a school where the practice as well as the theory of farming could be taught Prof George T Powell a recognized authority on scientific agriculture undertook the organization of the school and a num ber of ladies and gentlemen agreed to finance the project in its experi mental stages The original commit tee of promotion of which Mr Hewitt was chairman Included R Fulton Cutting Jacob H Schiff John G Car lisle Mrs Seth Low Mrs Josephine Shaw Lowell Walter W Law and William E Dodge The original school establishment was at Briar Cliff manor provided by the gener- oSity of Mr Law who also furnished a building to accommodate 35 stu dents and the necssary staff The success of the school was Im mediately and the originators then concluded to extend the facilities The board of trustees was then or ganized with the foilowing officers Theodore L Van Horden president Abram S Hewitt and Wm E Dodge vice presidents E Fulton Cutting treasurer and Thacher L P Luquer secretary In speaking of the school President Van Norden said Sunday Aside from my official connection with the school I have taken a deep interest in Its progress We have demonstrated I think beyond a doubt that there Is need and opportunity for a practical farming school in this country on the plan carried out by our director Mr Powell Our need now is money resources for tin equipment of the foundation of the school at Poughkepsie ana when this equipment is completed we will need con tributions to a fund for the endow ment of the school Mr Hewitt said If those who are friends of practical education and of general social betterment could realize as we do the great needs and greater opportunities of this school I believe that we would have little difficulty in obtaining that generous financial support that at this time seems necessary to insure the estab lishment of this institution upon a basis commensurate with the extent and importance of the work it has todoMr Wm E Dodge said Any American who has traveled in France and has witnesses the thrift and order of those smaller communi ties where agriculture is profitably practiced must welcome the applica tion to our soil of those methods which have made the successful farmer abroad WANTED FOR BURGLARY Harry Kelly Who Escaped From Offi cers Warns the Detectives Carbondale Ill Juno JHarry Kel ly wanted in five state for burglaries who was about a week ago captured after a seven months chase at Brazil Ind and who while In charge of Sher itt Atwood of Ballard county Ky jumped from one of the fast Illinois Central passenger trains about 12 miles north of this city while heavily handcuffed and shackled and maue good his escape has visited BraziL He left the sheriffs Irons accompan ied with a warning note to the detectives who captured him Several rewards have been offered for his cap- turE o SLIGHTLY WOUNDED Duel Between Minister of Foreign Af fairs and a Member of the Chamber Rome June 9Th duel between SIgnor Prinetti the minister of for eign affairs who was challenged to fight by Signor Franchetti a mem ber of the chamber as a result of a heated discussion last Friday In the chamber of deputies on the subject of the erythrean Italian East Africa budget occurred Sunday evening at the villa of the Marquis Medleis Sig nor Franchetti was slightly wounded in the ear Aster the encounter Sig nor Prlnetti and Signor Franchetti became reconciled Prof Pirths New Position Berlin June L Prof Friederich girth holder of the chair of Chinese paik lo y at the University of Munich has Accepted the offer of the Chinese chair at Columbia university New York and will begin his lectures there next October Extend the Treaty Time Washington June 9 Secretary Hay and Mr Bruns the Danish minister have signed a protocol extending tor 12 months e time allowed for the ex change of ratification Oof the Danish t West Indian terrItory t r II IIIt II ItII r KILLED THREE GUARDS Two Prisoners Make a Daring Escape From the Oregon Penitentiary Salem Ore June 10The prison ers employ In the foundry were marched to work at 7 oclock and had entered the molding room with Shop Guard Farrell inside and Guard Sta pleton in an adjoining room With out warning Tracy and Merrill two prisoners appeared with rifles Tracy aimed at Ferrell when Ingram a life prisoner attempted to reach and dls arm Tracy Instantly Merrill shot Ingram and Tracy shot Farrell the latter dying almost instantly Tracy and Merrill scaled the wall near the northeast corner stockade by means of a ladder When outside the wall Guard Jones was shot twice and kill ed Tiffany was also shot and he dropped off the fence engaging the fugitives In a fight His gun was soon emptied and he was taken by the convicts and used as a shield while they made for the timber When out of range of the prison they stopped and deliberately killed Tiffany escap ing into the timber Immediately They had taken Tiffanys gun but finding it was empty threw It away Ross a new guard was on the fence near Tiffany having been ordered up to relieve the latter at his post Ross was unarmed and the convicts shot at him one bullet striking him in the forehead Inflicting a slight scalp wound A large force of men are now out searching for the fugitives who are known to be In the timber between the prison and the reform school and as they are desperate a battle Is ex pelted before they are secured The prison authorities offer 1000 reward for the capture of the prisoners FATAL FIRE AT SARATOGA Arcade and Bank Block Burned Caus ing the Loss of Five Lives Saratoga N Y June lOFire early Monday destroyed the Arcade and the Citizens national bank block and the Shackelford building and caused the loss of five lives The dead are Mrs Elizabeth M Mabee suffocated antibody rescued by firemen Mrs Sarah Owens burned to death body recov ered Mr and Mrs David Howland bodies recovered Miss Farrington burned to death body still in the ruins Chief Engineer Ellas J Shad wick was seriously Injured while rescuing people from the building and his condition is critical The property loss Is estimated at 300000 with insurance of 22g000 The Arcade property was to have been sold at partition sale June 12 It is owned by the Shoemaker estate of Cincinnati and Benjamin J Gold smith of this place The exact origin of the fire has not vat been discov erode FIRE IN LONDON Nine Girls Burned to Death and Fif teen Persons Injured London June 10Tho inadequacy of the fire department of London has again been demonstrated by the fa talities which attended a comparatively small blaze in the center 01 tne city at a late hour Monday afternoon The fire occurred In the upper portion of the fivestory building adjoin ing the Mansion House station in the busiest section of London The first extension ladders to arrive at the scene could not be elevated to the height of the fourth story and inmates of the up per floors were compelled to jump In to a tarpaulin Nine young girls were burned to death and 15 persons were Injured one probably fatally The bodies of the dead were all badly burned and two could not be recognized TRUE TO THE LAST Overcome By Grief Over the Boers Surrender a Boy Suicides Vienna June 10overcome by grief at the surrender of the Boers Leopold Winkler a school boy 13 years old shot and killed himself in his parents house Winkler last year formed a band of his school fellows who were pledged to support the Boer cause Accompanied by a couple of compan ions Winkler started for the Trans vaal but his flight was intercepted and he was brought home The boy left a letter saying 101 maintain my oath unto death and remain true to the Boer stand Amnesty Bill Signed Havana June 10 President Palma signed the bill granting amnesty to all Americans under sentence or awaiting trial in Cuba and proceedings have been begun by the courts to quash the complaints against such Americans and liberate those who are in jail New Commercial Center Fort de France June 10 According to Gov LHeurre Trlnlte is to be me new commercial center of Martinique taking the place of St Pierre which will probably remain a ruin The harbor is to be improved and a railroad is to be built On a Summer Cruise Annapolis Md June 10The battleship Indiana and the practice ship Chesapeake having on board tne first secontfflhd third classes of naval cadets left here Monday afternoon on the regular summer cruise along the New England coast- Carpenters Strike Settled Buffalo N Y June 10The carpenter strike which began May 1 has been settled The men will receive 33 cents an hour The former rate was 30 cents an hour They demand ed 37brit compromised at 33 FIRE IN A A SANITARIUM Ten People Killed and About Thirty Injured A Large Number of the Inmates Were Carried Down the Ladder By the Firemen From the Low er Floors Chicago June 10Nlne men and one woman were killed and about 30 persons were injured In a fire which Monday afternoon destroyed the sanl tarium conducted by the St Cukes society at the corner of Wabash ave nue and TwentyFirst street The so- cIety occupied the building which was long known as the Hotel Woodruff and for a brief period as the Hotel Lancaster By far the greater por tion of the patients received in the in stitution were those seeking cure from the drink habit and those who were addicted to the use of drugs When the fire broke out there was on tho fifth floor a number of patients suffer- Ing from delirium tremons and some who were deranged by drugs Sev oral of these were strapped to their beds and it was found impossible to save them so rapidly did the fire spread through the building The fire originated In the basement of the building and spread rapidly toj the upper stories through the elevator Ljj As the cry of fire rang through the building patients sprang from their beds and before they could be pre vented several had jumped from the windows to the pavement The fire department was on the scone within a few minutes and as the windows were filled with people shrieking for help the firemen devoted their first efforts to save lives and allowed the fire to burn While this was the means of saving a large number q people who were carried down the ladders by the firemen it gave the fire such a headway that there was almost no chance for those on the upper floors of the building to make their escape and such of them as were not Suffocated were killed or badly injured by leaping from the windows r Alderman Wm Kent was In a room on the fifth floor with his atfondanfl A W Wattles The alderman who has been totally blind for many years was In a straight jacket and his hands were manacled to a belt that passed around his waist When the alarm ot fire was sounded Wattles ran to invog tlgnte He found the elevator shall helptheto do anything with his hands was alil moot mad with fear and was shots lug like an insane person He ha groped his way to the door and bythoT time his attendant had reached him had fallen to the floor overcome wth smoke Wattles seized him and tried to drag him down the hall to a place of safety but Kent had become so crazed that it was almost impossible to do anything with him Wattles was finally compelled to nm for his life as the flames were already scorching his clothing He ran to a window on the south side of the building across which were iron bars Wattsman aged to tear two of these from their fastenings and with two other men who had followed him climbed out on he sill They were seen by the fire men who called to them to remain where they were and they would save them A ladder was run up as high as possible and the two men with Wat tles were taken down Ho became crazed with excitement and not wait- Ing for tho return of the firemen sprang for a net which some men were holding on the sidewalk beneath Ho fell partly In It and partly off the sidewalk and sustained injuries which probably will cause his death in a short time Kent was left lying on the floor of his room and evidently died of suffo cation His body was badly burned after death Three hours after the outbreak of the fire It was found on the floor of his room one leg burned to a crisp and the head burned off He was Identified by means of his clothing BATTLE WITH INDIANS They Withdrew From Their Fortifica tions With Heavy Loss Tucson Ariz June 10Star advices from Hermosillo report the receipt of brief dispatches from Gen Torres telling of a severe battle fought by him in the Manzatan moun romtheirkilled and wounded and a large num ber of prisoners were taken Details of the battle are meager Aeronaut Fell Into the Sea Toulon France Juno 10LteutBaudlo ascended from here Monday morning in a bauoon belonging to the Naval Aerostatic park The balloon went to the eastward to sea and was followed by two torpedo boats The latter signalled that the balloon has fallen into the water and that Lieut Baudlo had disappeared Increased Post Office Receipts Washington June 10The May statistics of the gross postal receipts at the 50 largest post offices In the United States show a net increase of 11 per coat over the receipts for May 1901 The largest Increase was Columbus 0 44 per cent Jim Corbett Matched New York June OJames J Cor bett has been matched to meet tnejt winner of the RootCarter tight in al sixround bout at the Pennsylvania Art club Philadelphia The mH wiUflj take place about June 2 1 1 10 J AT WEST POINT Centennial Anniversary of the Fourld ingof the Academy West Point N Y June 10Tho centennial anniversary exorcists of StatesMilitarywill whenh of 54 members will be graduated Lieut Gen Nelson A Miles arrived atjl oclock and was honored with a salute toeassembly hallforof the military academy The graduates met in the assembly hall and at 3 oclock marched to Thayer hall prec- eded1 by the superintendent and the president of the association of grad uates The other grafiuates in the order of classes followed The class of 1S62 and all preceding classes were stageOtherh the body of the hall The meeting was called to order by Gen John S McColmont a graduate of the class bYRevcity After a selection the Stars and Stripes by the academy band Gen John M Schofield of the class of 1843 president of the association of graduates dellvereC an address At the conclusion of Gen Schofields address the band played Tenting On whichpenVeteran of the Mexican war delivered an address in which he alluded to perIodGenapplause after he had finished and the band struck up Bonny Havens Then followed addresses by Gen T H Rugor class of 54 union and Gen E Porter Alexander class of 57 confederateGen topic wasUThe Confederate Veteran and ho prefaced his address with these lines Once more the light of Jacksons sword gloomThero once more plumeQhtodayAndAnd that old hilt ii Arlington Awl there the alien snore And over ynt der on the heights The hostile campflres quiver ndst1enly twixt UtI and them Flows by Potomacs river j After the address of Gen Rugor the band played Rally Around the Flag and Dixie after that or Gen Alex Maji warJthe jEstar Spangled Banner was played the benediction was pronounced find Rev George Dashur class of 43 the completion of the exercise ihergular anntiaT mailing of the us roclatlon of graduates was held in Thayer hall- Monday night there was a great il receptionifleld and Col and Mrs Mills The officers elected Monday night were the same as last year with Genr sSchoflcld president I CASKET REMOVED if The Remains of Vice President Ho- bartjf Placed in tne Tomb fe Paterson N J June 10Tho case fit containing the body of tho late Vice President Hobart was Monday removed from the grave in which It was placed on the day of the funeral ito the new tomb of the Hobart family At the same time the body of Miss Jennie Hobart his daughter who idled in Italy seven years ago and those of two infant children were placed in the vault rrTHE DECEASED PRESIDENTS Bill For the Removal of All Except Washington to Arlington Washington June 10 Representa tive Thompson Ala Monday Intro duced a bill appropriating 100000 for the removal of all the deceased presi dents of the United States except George Washington to the National cemetery at Arlington The president and the governors of the states are designated as a commission to make all the necessary arrangements for the removal Appointed Vice Consul Fond Du Lac Wls June 10oen Edward S Bragg consul general to Havana announced Monday the ap pointment of Joseph A Springer as vice consul Mr Springer has been a member of the United States consular office in Cuba for 20 years and was recommended for the place by thy civil service commission Gen Bragg leaves for Cuba June 21 Ended Her Life by Hanging New York June 10Miss Alice Le vis 19 years old the daughter of a wealthy merchant of St Louis ended her life by hanging on Sunday at a hotel in this city Extraordinary efforts were made to keep the news of the young womans death rom the public Morgan in Good Health Brindisi Italy June 10There Is no ground for the report that J Pier pout Morgan has suffered a break down in health Mr Morgan appeared to be In excellent health at the rail road station here when he took the train on his way to London Received a Ref Hat Rome June 10At the consistory Monday Cardinal Martinelli former apostolic delegate to the United States the archbishop of Cracbw tand be archbishop of Prague received Uw tred hat f c Ii tdf 4 iynA r J Y ADJUDGED INSANE A Murder of Long Ago Caused Joe Lambert to Lose His Mind Louisville Ky June GJoo Lam bert who smashed a 150 plato glass In the Pennsylvania railroad office Sat urday was Thursday adjudged in saneHis insanity is attributed to brood- Ing over a murder committed years ago Lambert in 1887 was implicated in the murder of Joe Walker on the stand Thursday morning he detailed the unfortunate occurrence Ho said he and Walker had some words when he drew his pistol and shot him three times When two other men were wrongly accused he surrendered and confessed but as there was no evi dence save his own statement he went freeLambert said he smashed the glass because the Pennsylvania railroad had defrauded him out of 40000 When asked to detail how this was done he said there was a conspiracy and nam ed three of tho jurors who wore try Ing him as being in It He was speed fly found insane and ordered com mittod FOR STATE TAXES A Suit Against the Union Refrigera tor Transit Co Louisville Ky Juno 7 William L Weller auditors agent for Jefferson county filed suit Friday in the county court for 136000 state taxes alleged to be due since September 15 1890 and 27200 penalty against tho Union Refrigerator Transit Co Mr Weller alleges the articles of incorporation of the company give its place of busi ness as Crescent Hill Ky Its offices are In St Louis Tho company owns about four thousand refrigerator cars which are usud on all tho railroads in the United States Attorneys of the company claim that It owes no taxes hore and will resist any effort of the state to collect the whole or part of their claim NONPAYING MEMBERS Pay Up or Go Says the Protestant Ministers of Owensboro Owensboro Ky June UAt a meeting of the Owensboro Mlnslters association composed of the pastors of allI the Protestant denominations here a resolution was adopted which states that 30 pier teat of the total church membership of Owdnsboro pays noth ing to the support of either pastor or church and that such a course is not In harmony with tho Scriptures The resolution further declares that these non contributors are a menace to tne churches and that the continuance in the church of this nonpaying class is unfair to tho remainder of the morn borship Smallpox From a Sack of Corn Mt Olivet Ky June 9A short time ago while the Galbraiths of this county were infected with smallpox one of the family shelled a sasclc of corn and placed It outside the barn for James Jet of Bracken county Jett nauled the corn away and now he and his wife have smallpox The germs undoubtedly were received from the sack as that was toe only chance the Jetts had to contract the disease McCain Law Valid Frankfort Ky June 7ln the case of Pannell vs Louisville Tobacco Wareshouse Co the court decided that the famous McCain tobacco law way constitutional The recent legislature repealed the McCain law but the Pan nell suit was instituted before the repeal and It is likely several ware houses will have to pay penalties for violation of the old law A Well of Air Owensboro Ky June 7John J Blocher In driving a well struck a flow of air at a depth of 42 feet strong enough to blow a mans hat ten feet high A sound like a moving train comes out of the well and Mr Bloch er believes that he will soon strike a flow of gas Trustees Can Sell Frankfort Ky June 7The court of appeals decided that Transylvania university of Lexington which was years ago consolidated with the Ken tucky university might have trustees appointed to sell and convey a lot on which to build the Carnegie free library Jury Failed to Agree Bowling Green Ky June 7The jury in the 25000 damage suit of Charles Jenkins administrator of the estate of Col Phil Hay against the Louisville E Nashville Railroad Co failed to agree and were discharged by Judge Settle from further considera tion of the case Sought the Madstone Mt Olivet Ky June 9 William Boothe Galbraith and Ishmael Owens tried to relieve a cow supposed to be choking and all thi jrwere bitten The cow was later killed while show ing symptoms of hydrophobia and the three men have sought the madstone at Powersvllle Refused to Obey the Captain Lexington Ky Juno 9Members bf Battery B state guard have refused to obey the orders of Capt Dennis wc- Naraara andwill be repeated to Gov eckhaI BORDER ON CIVIL WAR Judges Openly Admit That They Ari In Terror of Their Lives Lexington Ky June 7John H Johns an attorney of this city hat returned from Jackson Ky whither he went to defend Tom CockrelL charged with the murder of Ben Hat gls several months ago Johns says the court and bar of Jackson county are In terror over threats of parties on each side of the Cockrell and Hargli factions and that Judge D B Redwina refused to act on application foi change of venue announcing that he declined to act because of fear of hit own life and the lives of others cone cerned in the trial of the case Johns says two other attorneys of the bar were elected to presldo as special judge but each re used to act for the same reason GovMBeckham has been appealed to and has the matter under advisement Johns says the county fa bordering on a state of civil war over the case as both factions are proml nent and influential The situation In strained and bloodshed is expected BECKHAMQ APPOINTEES Kentuckians Named as Delegates to International Mining Congress Frankfort Ky Juno GThe list dt delegates appointed by Gov Beckham from the state at large to the Inter national Mining congress which meets at Butto Mont September 12 3 4 NorI ington James D Wood Central City W U Grider Bowling Green I Bai ley Madisonvllle F D Rasp Farlinpc ton R M Salmon Yales Capt J W Moore Island McLean county D Stewart Miller Owensboro Beely Nunn Marion W G Duncan Lu zerne Jesse Williams Ohio county John D White Louisville James Phil lips Morgantown J W Bastin Pitts burg YoS Webb Plttsburg C S Nield Wilton Hywell Davies Kenze Whitley county Dr A Gattllff Red Ash Whitley county Max Barker Ledngi Scares Waco Madison county Doug las Putnam jr Ashland John C C Mayo Paintsville J I A PITCHED BATTLE One Man Was Beaten to Death and Seven Others Were Hurt Russ oilrille Ky rJuof 9 DuriSr the progress of a crap genre at a Negro picnic at Cedar Grove a pitched battle ensued and as a result Dick Hester was beaten to death with clubs Sam BIgby was shot and beaten up Hayes Hawkins head was broken with a club Charley Hall was shot in the 1 arm Paul Hooker was shot twice in the thigh and leg and Noah Browder and John and Bird Jones were shot not seriously Hawkins John Toms BIgby and Hooker have been arrested The balance are at large but officers are in pursuit Money Stolen Louisville Ky June GA trunk belonging to exBanker J M McKnight now awaiting his sixth trial In the fed oral court for bank wrecking was stolen from his room in the Victoria hotel Wednesday Thursday morning the trunk was found in the hotel cel lar but 3100 which McKnight says it contained was not there Several arrests have been made Market Woman Held Up Petersburg Ky June 7Four Negroes held up Mrs Mary Sebree of Gunpowder on her way to Burlington with a wagon load of chickens eggs and butter and took all of her stock together with several hundred dollars she was taking to deposit in the Bur lington bank Suffocated by Foul Gas Leltchfleld Ky June 7 Charles White son of Josh White four miles west of Leltchfleld was suffocated by foul gas In a well Rev H B White tied a rope around his waist and was lowered into thqwell He brought tho body to the surface but could not re vive him Meet Next In Paris Lexington Ky Juno 7The Ken tuck Firemens association concluded its business Friday and adjourned to meet in Paris Ky October 23 and 24 Chief G W Muir of Lexington was elected president M F Rothschild of Shelbyville vice president and Ed ward HIte of Paris secretary Bound Over Leitchfield ICy June 7Tho exam- Ining trial of Wm Linsey who shot I and killed Sidney Young near Shrews berry May 18 was held before JudgeI H C Rogers Linsey was held to answer j and his bond was fixed at 600 I 1j Kentucky Equalization1i i Franklin Ky June 6Tho state board of equalization Thursday passed finally on the assessments In the sev eral counties mentioned as follows Boone no change Grant leads raised 10 per cent Kenton town lots raised 1 per centI Accidentally Killed i ML Vernon Ky June SNearOr land this county Elijah Morris aged 16 was fatally shot by the accidental discharsc of an old pistol in thekaadt I of Viilliaia Buford The boy lived bra i a few novct V c o ii- J ii i- r i- u i ii k J