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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tJ L + y a- ij i THE yr HICKMJN COURIER MSS- v OLDEST 1 EWSPAPFr INtiSTEh T KENTUCKY H == CC = ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY JUNE 2O 19O2 VOL XXXVII NO 21 t A P r 4 tl THE SOUTH AND THE PRESIDENT i I The old question why ji shouldnot the Democrats nominate a Southern man I for president ihs been rejj fixed again j j The new York Sun wliic has no love for eitHer the jI Democratic party or theII thelexpressiou regard to tho Jnatt rI1 We Ipresent heicwithrrha the Sun has to sHy I It is n Uefeari of a lcII viral of sectional animosity I that I1ventsthe Demoj- crats i front nominating a Southerner for president It I h- isi the want of political11 j courage dart political coin moil sense on the ipartj of the Democrats South Hardl 1 j words to States once so fatuous for statesmanshipJ and leadership so gifted in 1 1political genius so proud 1 and so powerful in convert tions Hard words but 1 tmWhen the South ceases to be j the obedient servant of thetwhims of the rest of the tDemocratic jisj avhen 1thetlowingof Democracy then it may secure the nomination ofn presidentBut G Democrats in public life who are worthy of the presidency JfJthe1 1 piession and1 subsoiiviGncy continue As far as the Democrat I 1 ltd litX C1 HJ St1+ dI till ll1- 1nstiYtlfnjf t t tRit advice especially to the Southern Democracy is not that of a friend and well wisher The above was utilized byd time Sun simplyl 1 for an oppor at tunity to Insinuate a slur against the force of charac l trof the Democrats of the South There is no truth in the charge that it is a want of political courage that pre vents the Democrats from nominating a Southern mail for president and there iis very little in the suggestion that they are deterred by a fear of the revival OCspctionala prejudices The reason that on Southern Democrats have not been nominated to theipresidency is because the iin South couldalways het counted on as solid under alla circumstances and it was deemed expedient to nominate candidates with local strength in important doubt ful States SAD DROWNING NEAR DYERS to BURG Dy rsbnrg Toiin June llhree children of one family were drowned in the 1Obionclay The mother had gone to the river to wish and took the children with Her o t One of them playing ileac the hunk fell in and she attempted toresouethe child and1linto the water Time frightened mother was unable to l rescue any and all drowned It and she herself was barelycI saved by an older daughter The bodies were all recovered j but too late to resuscitate r 1stf iitT i i IN THE RANKS IIn a letter to Senator Allen Populist leader Col Bryan reiterates his deter mil i tnation not to accept a iioini Iwtionfor Governor o says11ha n to serve There1 iis na office which 1 aspire I am note1to content to do the work which ilan1 now doing but 1tcnntntesIi seems 1 sacrificing hut jit I reelsts ian invitation to analysis The Governorship of Ne jposJlzonthough place for a twine nominated1 j oflaCHptIColonel Biyan has been rather extensively in the business of running for the Presidency In connection with that high position it mayhelvethe same time not renounce office if elected to it than see his country in the confused position of having no Executive head Colonel would tape it VimulenI CZlllcer Cured Startlln r proof of a wanderfwl ad vance in modiciic is Jivuii hr druggist W Roberts of Bliaibetli W Va An old man there had long suffered with what goon doctors pronounopd incurable cancer Thor bolfaved his ease till he need Electric Bitters applied Buoklons Arnica Salve himWhouexpel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time tln salve rx blooddiaeaatejW roOT snt owl1sjt3uMrK 4g1 frbut kfi I e STOP MY PAPER Last Friday she came the street three steps a time and sailing into our office like a whirlwind She waited for no ceremony hut wildlyslid it Ts this the papor 1 tlintI ing oft lee Yes madam t want to stop my 1paper All rlghtliltidnJil n n Stop it now too Its stoppelsaid the editor as he drew a mark t the subscription her husbands listnalneII There now she with a look of satisfaction her yes maybe this will you sonic horse sense how to do the squpre thing next time and not slight people because they are poor If some rich stuckup folks happen to have a bald Headed knock kneed toothless brat born to them youre awfully hungry put it in the paper and make it out an angel when poor people have a baby you cant say a word about it even if it was the prettiest baby that was ever boijn hats what Im stopping1 the paper for She marched out of tile fHce as mad as a wet hen and didnt say whether she lad a baby or not Wick rifle IcolnallILippyriuie In Old Town We felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old Towu Vat when Uncle fills Arnica Salvo wholy cored our daughter of a bad case of scald head delights nil who use it for Cuts Burns Bruises Boils Ulcers Only25cIATTENTION FAUMERSi the druggish has a fine gVade clllno oil at 40c per gallbii + y A ti d p CLOSING OUTikI fIJtlI ofIt and Pants Trunks andjrajjiig bagK at and I BELOW1GOST iu I I I S Ii IIj L DSIMoNs I j I I BUCHANANS 1 CORNER t10 IfIj i i WIi uJFARMERS AND MBHANTS BANK IClinboI III Absolute SafetjSfis the Basis Thai Wl offer to d a rs tJH r in- dUCenlellts are of e I r3 inm1ortttnee UjJOil tltiS Gfa1Uulce lc s leit T IOUr llt1OnalC J A F1OMI SOS Cashier IIBUC lANANJiJ idpnt DIRE ml S tt- It J0J c HOXDUKAXT II llilTllAV ll ljF THOMISOY 1 C CIIRRli 31 ISLKir J W AliXANDKK IJ U TIIUKLKBLU = TL 7 = j t j I 1 j j OAS1il t C JkfejHi 1 OJ SSMI S I 1 have tthe 1tllge5t uiil lb ted stock1 of IFresh 8 lIe Jowcs olTat 1 1 r 1 R t also carry acoinMete line of Kiddles and Harness I 1tlicesCall i i 1 L 1IfI fi f 1 e r II 17rea nQlivery honc 81 i i I IA hr I c I HE JUNE PRICES AfTRACTIVE ONES iI i T 1 mrl 1 lff I I I j i j I rOpregtm AUlT I 1- 1Iteonost iliQI i saving Heron tlVjjrc doterinined tImktTuifp shall j I lie a fixing climax to lIUCCPfilrol alonethe I the keen buyers our way Then vg introduce many tractive now ideas bought for tluj Jun soiling attt showing of modern stylish furniture und homo fnrIis that will Nirdnlnishings tine you superb se lections=that will enabr you to secure I time ideas you prefer at Urn prices j I you are willing t fipay Its tho right nn buy1nrpluce i ftjnftitems outcr intlr f11t fittings bf tlo l dlafULi ful and Jnirt valiHi gilt emphasize thiS rLionII J i f S i l11f1L1 IllTS 9 C lPft ilIrlTOI I I Dont fail to read the advertisements in this issue it will siuely pay you 1 t Ic TRAGEDY AT FULTON UNLOADED PISTOL GETS IN ITS WORK AND JAMES HOPER IS KILLED BY HARLAN SOLOMON Dalton Ky June J5A shooting atray otcurretat Fulton yesterday about noon in which James Roper a prominent young farniur of near Fulton byliarhtuyesterday accidental and no blame is charged to Solomoni occurred in the rear of wituUH8Ii dotin Is about as folluwa Marian Solomon had entered the store with it 32 ciilibre Smith Wesson reo volvcr to sell it to the repairer A trade was not etfwl6J and shortly Ht Icrward Jaine KoiHr and Fr d Spicor lboth friends of Solomon came into the place Roper bantered Solomon for a trade for the gun and the trade washout made when the accident oc cnrred Mr Solomon believing the revolver was not loaded was snapping it to show Roper how good the action l was But the gun contained a ear tridgo which WWI dieehnrgody entering j f Ropera right temple and lodging iu his bain He sank uncancipiis purl ot IiihrainsooxingoutWhen sinew what he had done he was grief stricken and almost ttoUapo from the tneutni strain i Mr Roper was only about 20 years i old and wits married about a year ago claiMjbesidesMr Solomon is also a prominent farmer and aaeisUtf Mr1 Roper with his crop this year Ith July Kates Ticket at reduced rates will be sold from Agency atations to all points on the Mobile t Ohio R R several days in advance with ample return limit Ap ply to yonr nearest Ticket gent for mien tickets and further particulars a MORE MEN Paducah Ky June 14 James D Watson of Graves County State Senator From tt Ile lIFirst District ait d private secretary to Congressman Cliarles K Wheeler an noiinced today as a eandii Idat for the Democratic I nomination for Railroad 4IFlclfWQl1 Zg lisa rumor that State Sen a tor MacR Ferguson of this city will shortly announce iris candidacy for the phuv Other candidates are Judge ItltlpHeytili11 incumbent Hopkinsyil1ei JtRJllflls VIOKMMi Ii XKWS Alter several vexatious delays and breakdowns the now Memphis Morning NVws has overcome its obstacles and ia now iissuing a first elnfcj newspaper Its local hews covers Memphis and l eoiul ronvspondente in all time lout phis territory mind gives the news of this so turn Its telegraphic service is superb apiWednesdayithe daily and weekly FINE PROSPECTS Wicklifle peopln are very jubi lant over ttheir oil More oilcame I out last Wednesday than all put together before and the flow iis constantly increasing They think success is no longer problematical and exp ct a fine gusher as soon as they get through tin rock they nIl now in A Louisville Courierjournal oil expert is on the scene and he oiliprospects he ever came in contract withCairo Telegram LOW KATES TO ST LOUIS Saturday and Sunday Go to tno 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 l Ohio accommoda lion train now runs every day Sunday included To St Louis in morning back in evening Ask your Agent for In justice to Mr Olney it should he said that ho is not the uiau who is fan ning the embers of tie last Cleveland Administration Ho is not a mixer and is maintaining a discreet reserve He does not even show receptivq symptoms He is a man of hard sense and knows that at the present stage of the presidential game candidates are nominated by the fanciful newspaper paragraphers rather than by delibera Live caucuses of the men tyllio mold and marshal public opiuicfiiv As to the work of 1004 the Democratic party is now simply clutching large quantities of atmosphere It will doubtless be ready for real business in duH time EQUALITY IIN TAXATION i Equalization is the chief point in the assessment of taxes The cash value of the property is the standard usually fixed by law but as a matter of fact most prop erty is actually assessed at considerably less than the strict legal requirement Sometimes there is a tacit understanding that the prop erty is to be assessed at only 75 per cent of its cash value sometimes the figure is only fJUi3 per cent or even less 1If It makes no difference if it were put at 25 per cent if all were assessed upon that jr percentageri timeE4 course increase Filthy Temple iu India temiples lilted by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kingss miseryTheygood digestion fine appetite Only 25c at Cowgill d Cowgills drug store FAVORS STATE PRIMARY 1Elizabethtown News The good news caIne from Frankfort that the state cen tral committee is seriously considering the question of a state pri mary to n om in ate the ticket next year The people want W primary and it will not cost the candidates if they are allowed to hold it If we can get rid of the unfair convention method with its dangers to the party and shut frtlw oIIJct1 are willing to guarantee that the primary at Hard in will not cost one eont 11c are satisfied that there are Miuugh patrioic democrats in Kentucky to hold a primary election as ulcers without co npensation and in any county where there are not enough there are lipatedemocratic ticket nominated by a state primary wouUl be elected by 40000 major ity whoopingpneumonia but for Chamberlains Cough Remedy we would have lead a serious time of it It also saved him front several severe attacks of croup II J Strickfadeu editor WorlJ Herald Fair IIa en Wash For sale by Oowr1 gil1E Cowgill POPULAR ELECTION OF SENATORS Senator Vests hits a hulking hnmbug straight in the jaw when he says of the proposition for the election of US Sen atoms by tho people that when the time comes for the people to be protected against their own igrjoranco it will be noticed that popular government is a failure If tho people cant elect honesMind competent Legislatures they cant elect honest and competent Sea atoms and thats all there is about it This is a point not commonly discuss ed in connection with the many sug gestions in tho press in political conventions and jn Congress looking to the election of Senators of tho United States by the popular vote plan It ap pears to be taken for granted that all Legislatures are so wicked and unfit that they should not be intrusted with the vastly more important duty of mak= lug and amending state laws charter ing great municipal corporations hand ling a system of taxation c The South African war isTover and the coronation will soon be a thingof the Pasta The United States and Great Britain will be able to resume dissuasion of fine 1points about the Alaskan boun dary line Or perhaps Great Britian will yield everything in dispute for the sake of our friend ship1 y k iI i 7 5- yr T t r v jF- y f1 t i 4 fW a Cs lF a s J k r y a k c w J t y- i to u 1 p q t- a t t 1F 1J I Ik IryJ ryJy k- F r t i d I Xt Xe XY Tjj COURIERIGEORGE HICKMAN KY JUNE 20 1902 Charleston to Hickman The Enterprise says that an electric railway iis to be built from Charleston Mo to ilitkman When the levee is built on the Mississippi opposite Hick mat any kind of it railroad can easily be built iu that part of Missouri Only Smiles continuation of the levee now built over there will bring it opposite Hickman and the money to build it is included in the appropriation ly Congress Therefore that levee should be built this year and the railroad should immediately follow I t I A State Primary It is said Ithat the State Dcinocnitic Committee will order a primary elec tion to select a Democratic nominee for Governor and also the nominees for other state oftices If a legal primary lai held under the state law the ticket will bo elected by 40000 majority easily The party dont want and cant stand any more Music Hall con ventions and if we hold State Conven tions there is no sure way to guard against a repetition A legal primary is rather expensive throughout the whole State but we should like to see it tried one time 1t1 River Commission Meets The Mississipni River Commission l Ito meet in St Louis June 23rd At this meeting the allotments to th different levee companies will be made and the work apportioned for the year The Hickman and Tiptouville Levee is entitled to 5200000 but whether it will1 J11 be allotted for use tins year or noto remains to be seen Hon R T Tyler and perhaps Capt J C Harris will attend this meeting in the interest of our levee Whatever amount is allotted whether the whole or u less amount we are assured that work will be commenced at Hickman tins year and1 pushed to the full amount of the ulono allotted After the commission moot Capt Winslow the engineer in charge will advertise contracts for 30 days and the work be let WOMANS FM SOCIETY Cayce Ky Juno 17 1902 1issionarySociotywill convene June 24th to 27th at Fulton Ky It is desired that each society be represented in the Unio City DistrictMrs Reeves District Sec FOOD 1N StOT MACHINES Philadelphias automatic lunch coutrter is doing a thriving business It was opened on Chestnut street n fe days ago and since then crowds have flocked to it dailIAround the four sides of a large square room opening from a rotunda fronting on Chestnut street are variouss slot machines the entire contents of which are inclosed in glass Before you drop yon coin in the slot you see what you are going to get with the exception of the liquids Should you youdropcupbeneathOn a shelf close by are cream jugs an sugar bowls Tho beverages a behind the scenes discloses are kept pipesThe wiches pie cakes and bun arc lowered on a automatic elevator Each coin droppe- in the slot brings the receptacle down with the desired tidbit All the hungry purchaser has to do is to lift iit ofT and the rest is easy The only difficulty seems to be to keep a table for while the customer is off equallyhunKusurpsItiswhen the novelty wears off and we are in good running order said the managerThe lunch machine is by no arrangementForsuccessfully in Germany The luteOcean ARREST OF MISS LEE mjr That the arrest of Miss Mary Curtis Lee daughter of Gen Robert B Le by the authorities of Alexandria was a source of poignant regret to them no body doubts Miss Lee though un wittingly plainly violated the law providing for separate cars for the two races when she would not after infor matiun move into the car reserved for white people from that in which she apartfortion could bo made in her ca without violating the law and had the I conductor who caused her arrest failedl to do what ho did he would ha helped to vitiate a regulation intend for a proper separation of tho white and colored travelers on Virginia railroads Miss Leo herself recognized this a- very nd deeply regrets the occurrence She made no excuse except ignorance of the lax which went into effort on- w t about ten days previously A wonderful 1 exhibition of the devotion of Viri ginians to the memory of her illustrious father was a result of the embarrassing populationAlexan last of cent to pay her tine Miss Leo has gone to lavensworth Fairfax count where she is the guest of the widow j Gen William H F Lee t THE U ES TIONSETTLEOIT Ernest Plmnmcr who knows the Vir ginia darky like a book was discuss ing hi characteristics the other day and told the colored uncle living in one ot the lower counties of Virginia died 1leaving behind a small estate It seems that in the will which he left fliers was made a rather peculiar disposition of the property Instead of leaving it to two sons who had been the comfort of j his declining years he had left it en j tirtly Jpniore distant relatives Iho i bovs highly dissatisfied of course dog- tided j to con est the will on tho ground that their father hud been unduly in flneuced while mentally unsound I While counsel for the contestants was j adducin eidence endeavoring to prove the allegation an old colored man who had intimately known the deceased from troy hood was called and asked the had ever heard or seen anything m the later years of his friends life that could he construed as evidence of an i j f unbalanced mind Assuniing a reati- se i itt air and Kcratuhing his head He rII plied Yaas Bossli think I did re membah dat one day bout fo yerrn S Kcho axed me it possum was good to eai The couteustants won thitaderhit Record KANSAS TIME PIECE A good joke on the people or Hurling ton Kan is told by one of the iwpers The regular train ou the Missouri KHU sas and Texas passed through Hurling ton every morning at GK and the Itau pie have jirown unto the liabi of fretmi up at the sound of the whittle A fiw mornings ago an exlm piw l through atfi30 and the entire population tin I up nn hour sooner thin usuallIJx i In Revenge Ho told his wire she tMight to lessons hieDid she Well yes she sent for her mc ther to come and give her n tthree IntnthconteltlsselSToitrnal hII t You ought not to smoke right before the children Henry expostulated Mus Chinner fantt you see that you are soiling them 1a very had example cleary+ replied her husband easily l f1 they follow your example of wiry ing pins in your mouth theylr1 never live long enough to be harmed by my example It was in the far South Hows times asked the tour ist If Pretty tolerable stranger responded the uldmon who was sonine trees to cut down but the cyclone leveled them andsated me the J trouhix t1ihat iwas good Yes and then the lightning anIsaved me the trouble of burning it owI doing row- HVaiting for an earthquake to come along and shake the potatoes out of the grownChicago News There is onlyI one place where J an American is content to have another above him remarked Bellingham to Gildersleeve And where is that Jd like to know sleetet jj ing earDetroit free Dress i j wd H LEECH ATTACKED BY 1 CHICKEN SNAKE j Mayfieid Messenger ogI the best known and most I venerable citizens of Wingot jj report an iinusal encounter i he had with a chicken snake i Saturday rr dlie was on his way to the barn when he felt something tugging at his ankle Think inn itwas a halter he carried1 he paid no attention to it atI first hut finally lookiu down he discovered that it butefive foot chicken snake 1 i was en circled about his ankle four times and it required some highclass gymnaJ tics accompanied by rocil stunts or unusual merit 1 1sfore the reptile was dislodg seed He soon dispatched tlfsnake witha plank when rdthe mate appeared on the whIIAnotherIII it RixII s1ly J shots into the snakes boll This was ijot enough gift a j 1 load of hot nnislwd the re P tile The snakes were nn i usally larg specimens OCvice c 1 incaofuring about five fetfe j I a COSTLY NEST FOR RAT From a double handful oft 13JlJFt ab treusurv in NVv 1 elk is trying determine whether the fovfilth meat owes the jmpers owuer a tune or nothing The1 I Iragithat s1tt of hgreeuh4hiw 1 N eJJ jill I barn he hudt just bought sitslouel J Uhfluncl011 f andl hulked into it To his aura bfllgjit t 5i hIbI i cd in and pulled them out liI they Itll to pieces in his fingers piettnj i llffhinlvs tltyarc+ worth ahojjl hoc1thntt 1 to I torelieNOT JJAMKEn Uumualidii of ill fnllb gait 1IJA rftrkkcii from the urI t3i 1 be new article as reported by the coin mittra nod which will unquPdlionah J Udyingc I tljellClMud saved by Christ through iho spirm who works when and vJ1 r ju faoM e pleasee M 0 fMIS LAURA TALB01Tt 1 ROSS Talbdhose litliNor h aud South have foiuvg villa whoso syniimtby for the lost1 cause made her shut her ears when tfii teacher asked the school to IiI iug 31nrchinK Through UfcorjriH Ttiw alKindnmojitiu1 l sougs liable to engender sectional hat r dlum tW tody of the livil War rosy 15WPltCf The Confederate reter i fwd their + ouN jointly at Unm81 j 1 11SSHOIIIfI their reunion 9 600 ACRES WHEAT LAND 500 acres applyR SEVERAL CHANGES The new revenue low goes into offNdl on July 1 Tax on retailing playiugi cards was increased to 10 Retailing stole requires a tux of w1W iuetaId of tb Retail citruretts 10 These a many other chaugee will take place oil thntdaLeJn1WptxurVUnoomauawxrly re j IOINISd I Take your Plow Points to O Burin and have them sharpened tr 25 ceutsI t T H i +tfttJt+t nir1tfIrt r+ tHtIs t +t t1tt 1 ifIJ Building ixx igI i I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM I YN fTo4T4rtxx f ESTIMt7 Cih1EltFIJLLFI I I itaPEED STUFFS tzHay Oats Corn Bran etc OWj lLP WSEIIiSON x JoJ r HOrhhrd+ 1 rFNd+ jOfip SAltiiFulton Circuit Court Kentucky W L Alexander Et ala aitybBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court ren titiered 41 latall costs on the promises in Fulton County Ky herein I shall proceed to offer for sale to the highest bidder at public- auction on Saturday the 20th day r thelro iEighteen Mouths tho following de propwtv towit The N E Qr of Section 20 T J R 4 W cou ICO I asfollows ofWl therondotheEastonheinner find E C Carter For the purchase price the purchaser securitiesilegal in paulana Judgment Bidders will bo prepared to complyI prom pity with theso touts S D LUTEN Commissioner AN EXCEPTIONAL WatfSSoapPowdursEtcDruStore Io JtlIJ = LEDFOKD HANDLE Groceries9 Fresh Meats Hardware Qtieenswares an t Feed Stuff 11e iirr everMliint usually fouml in a fir lrln s Grccl andnn r l tins will tbe spared to please our customers 1 It ifCull for llm Trading Stamps with every lOc Cash r rchaseTBOl After collectiH of loll you are entitled to a naodsoine present Tel1thuue G Goods Promptly Delivered i ii l1At iIJiW imiW 1111111 i j r 7- iii Why Dontr I I ii You Open 1 1Your Eyes And look about you Dont you rw that I am soll linp all kill4buf Family Groceries b tit siKh rtlluctd l pjs thnt it 01 lo s prove that you w I I inak+ money to luiy at 1111rit t s This is uot f anyltdl k tinumlr of p njtJl Vourntighborci ulltll ask Ithem iif I t o s11rli+ l ti+ iu niorp fora dollar than cnlit holisms can uironl to sdl Why dcJt you want to payyour cash money to clre lit houses at credit prices to enable Q them to take the chances on giving credit to others I Thisi fe th 4 jointiI 1 sell sfcricuy for cash no lavorites but I givei yon more goods and as good quality for the same nioney Dont doubt this and wns1e your tfinonev elsewhere hut come tad seet me andl TestI I Prices u 1 0 4 milu11so I am ngfnt for the jIitliillTI Jt lft 1 f IRiS PAINTSiN durvrai aide paint mnrlc CUmrtinteet by Siininon- sliardnare Company St Louis Mo o L CUE THRELKELD RIC hiAPOJ erltLtCt I 11 c trn WR WEESTER 1 FINE WHISKIES JI M i WINES f BR INDIES AND 3IIN 1 1A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE I GIVE Y5i LVit rrUNION1 CITY I TENNESSEE b Hit I KMAN WAGON CO il ileK AZiTWAQ Sp ts JT 4UIS Itm NTAT1Qw1 CAIRO HOMTWNCtt MtRIDUH CITRONELLE IKOBILE NEW ORLEAN5il CITRONIELLE IN THE PINES A Resort GOLf HUNTING FISHING I RIDINGDRIVING For Hom- ePleasure aot lleollh seekers Attractions 1 I Elevation 360 Feet Good hotels and comfortable cottage neither expensivei On tbo main line of the M Ot between I DcneJ1totIij and an accommodation train between Citron iI eUo and Mobile 4 Writo JNO 3f lIEAtn Assistant General IIcngor Agent St Louis torallvartlcuJamI 1 60V BECKIIMMS IfOEST WrtHlnugtoii Tune IS President Huosf velt has agreed if he conies to Kentucky this fall to bo Governor Ueokhaius guest during his stay in the tate lie will probuhly spunk at Ilex mgton October 10 afterwards going to Louisville Try Chnmborhiinfl Stomach S Liver Tablets tlio bo byCowtiIi The htpiiotanius in Central Park New York took n S20 luncheon the other day It consists of only one court Panumtt hat Milwaukee Sentinel The Myers Bro flour mill Troy Tenu was destroyed by fire Tues day Supposed to have been set on fire Value x20000 old only S 110000 insurance It is said that the Republican party proposes to circulate time speeches of Caruiack Wheeler and others in the coming campaign It is a play that the speechesiii StatePairSept 2ud are opened Tho 15000 appropriated by the State moor many other premiums are to be awarded to the farmers stockmen Ac who may exhibit tile composing rooms pick up line we point with pride and we deL nounce hove boon removed from the standing galleys for uso in tho summer veutiousSan Antonio Express tliePhilippinestribes the Negrito with 21 tribes and tho Indonesian with 10 tribes a total of 84 tribes Time dialects arc numerous and dilfor to the degree of being foreign languages to each other Thus the empire builders are met with the concus IOn or tongues before they have laid the cornerstone of their Uabel tower haslecldEda navigable stream and the property of the people hold in trust by the state and that it cannot bo drained as private property therefore J C Harris of Tip tonsille who boucnt it from the Louis vine Outing Club cannot drain it This is a victory for the l1eherman who UjetlHMrs Maud Wiseman Taylor wife of Sir Lon Taylor died in East Hick buriedSaturday threelittlepeculiarlyI sad Her youngest babe was only six weeks old when it was abso lutely necessary to remove a tumor herlumlypast seven months- ThePiaiudealcrofAtChisou Ian is published with the avowed pnrpose of lholeedsand tho offenders against society are reformFailllJwill be appearstoreformCertainlyformer Headers of newspapers will pubushers propeimcity t failed to walk according to accepted ideas of propriety r I l j M I aat d tr fN- ii 4J i 4R 4t 4 1A 1r R ty tr P f u 0 v V a f- Jr E Itt z Ii 9 t- Vt r I R a f r- rk ttr trtits i- tr t T 4 4 4 ALCfrAPfN EE US W II We are constantly receiving Freshl Groceries of nil kinds phpice Fresh Meats alp S tare Harness r Ice Cream Frees eralad5a and smallI A lot of I useful articles for lOc Hay till Bran All at vfr W vt J W ROGERS SON PERFECT BEDS The beds for health and comfort art made of motAL They uro airy antI easy kept clean are strong and pleasing to the eye as well as being convenient and economical Durable 110 Ialt tuamel tinted or white Tho price depends ou the trimming but none of them expensive Beltl and spring s from J50 to = 1800 OJ 3 Ai goz iQb These are delightful evenings for the verauda and out on tiifc lawn Its so easy to c comfortable in our Rattan and Willow Chairs just the thing for n warm night prig s are low a 1 We also arry a niie lim of Cou hfH LlunKs Settees Cots ltd Mitr PMO to iiir the timi 9 ill and set them MORRIS Jt IlllLLIIS I Iradies hBe5 and Uppers To pleas th foot the eve and the purse RICE NAYLORS MONEYSAVING STORE FOLLOW THE OROtyD And you wiji find the place That is when ther want Shoes Oxfords SlipporsI und Hosiery AVhy bednu we can save you from fifty cents to Cite dollar per 1jmir and give you better values Av also guarantee every article we sell We care making sale daily low pricese on Oxfords and Slippers Genuine Don ola Custom Made Oxfords 9Sc At 250 we offer a most complete line of low cuts Buy the best Hot tIlt cheapest Drew Selby Co = IIs1oETon E HICKMAK MARBLE WORKS E TtL13LIyL1 1SSi TOM DILLON Sr Pnpr Siirctttor to H e Itange JCJ Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ K 33 IOS G i STONE VORK of nil Kinds i I f I RO N FEN C I S Gtc c- Hiolsman ZLy Sated from nn Awsul Fate Everybody said 1 had consunipion Writes Mrs A M Shields of Cham j berburg i 1 was so low after six 0 months of severe bickness caused by Hy Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it aiid was completely cured For s desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it MUte safest cure iu the world and is jtefallible for Cough and Bronchial Affections Guaranteed bottles 5Oc and 16100 Trial bottles freent Uowgill ewgillto Hot Weather Weakness- If tr you feel fagged out listless and lacking in energy you aro perhaps suf feriug from debiliLitinir effects of summer weather These symptoms iudi cato that a tonic is needed that will digestsou part natural activity totho liver This Herbiuo will do it is a tonic laxative and restorative 11 J Freegard Prof Grand View Hotel Cheney Kau writes I huo used Her inc for tho last 12 years and notuiug on earth can beat iti It was recommended to mo by Dr Mwtoii han 50c at LP 1V s S Ellison tKp f t oO O 11 ocn filllt JIO JL cffLc c0I N C ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE HICKMAN No L Leaved i05 p Ul Ko 91Lenre 760 p m J4o 00 heaves 700 a in ARRIVE No J Arrives 1 10 p m No 02 Arrives 7i20 a in No 51 Arrives 840 n m Mrs Luther Smith of Troy visittedi i i her mother Mrs Faulks for several tI days j Mr Hewitt nUll grandson Joe visit ed Mrs W BaJtzer for n day or so this I week Mis Hull of Paducah was the guest of Mrs So M1 Hubbard for n short i whileii Mr Ceo Millet who is in ousitess in Cairo spent Friday iu our city carne to i ee his parents Mr Evau Paris who has been in I school at HnsoUville Ky iis lU home to spend his vacation I Mrs shun Cooper and MissI Francis I Shelby of Wino Ky visited Missii Van Fletcher last weekVIlehryAtuburgJrloft lug for a business location Mr and Mrs C B Kingman and daughter Knthreen visited relatives I iu our city several days this weekII It is rumored that Dr Chas Hol combo Sr will return home from Hot I Springs Ark about July 1st to stay I Dr Geo R Zell from Liberty church i neighborhood was visiting ProBrlgllt i and other friends in Hlckmau Tuesday daughtrleaves j in Fla visiting her parent suuuuerI I Mrs S N White r Oakley spentSunday I Dr Dabney willlpreach at the Chris tian Church next Sunday The Fitipino girls have quit smoking and now ifgome of the correspondents will drop the pipe all will be well in the archipelago Minneapolis Times What is so rare as t pleasant day H- IJunelincinnntirimflSStar i The bold Parisians have at last talnt- o sending scorchers to jail A few doses of that kind of medicine will soon work wonders liostou Herald Tom Johns has pulled the chair out from nndfr John R McLean in Ohio again Why will Mr McLean in politicsChicago j I ofMri I Ilaruii millionthe Chicago Board of Trade The New York representatives asked congress to appropriate SmXMMH to Over the deficit of tthe Buffalo Ivxuosi tion Probably you never lizard of tie mn i who was killed by kindns but it yam i did it way nothing more than hearsay I Congressman Charles fC Whi PIPr of McCrnekcn county iin m itiomd1 nf ia po sik candidate for governor next year on the democratic ticket j J W Morris Trustee if the Jury fund has received from the Auditor of Public AcconntM the money to pay the Grand and Petit Jury for their service at last term of court aid they can fs tune by calling at his n11k tII President Roosevelt will bel the guest of Goy Beckham on his visit to Kentucky in September The Menglo box factory Louisville was destroyed by tire Monday night entailing n toof 10000 to 6 VtOOO Mr and Mrs W1J Harper and son accompanied by Miss Laura Brown are I TiptmivilleFenn Miss May Chandler of Minniclc Tenn visited her aunt Mrs Laura Burnett and other relatives here this weekMrs M It Rose lift Sunday for Farmiiigton Mo whshe goes to visit ner daughter Mrs Lavinia Reeves placefort i sociatiou of Kentucky liabtista certifytothe railroad franchises that the taxes may ho fixed and collected The Court of Appends holds in a Lexington ease that a City Council cannot create ollicos not authorized by the chartlrII BullotprooT clothing so generally ex ploitud several years ago was goner ally found to ho worthless but a Chien go man after years of experiment hRS put on tho market a bullot moot vest warranted to stop a revolver bullet It soils for e50 Mrs R B Brevard and Mrs C L Raudlo loft Thursday for a visit of several weeks to relatives in Robertson County Tenii I Tho board of prison j commiSlltonorsIIleased the labor of 100 I per day the highest price ovor received for convict labof in the state Tie Frankfurt Shoo Mannfactoring romIi j pang is tho lessee Miss Lena McGoboo has been elcctcdIj music teacher in the South I stitute and Business College Miss McGehee is one of the best musical instructors in Kentucky and will prove SouthFultonl I Y a9 iOr I t f Wash Goods To reduce sonic lines of which we have too fllluchwo ha V13 cut the price heavily this week these lNotof Silk Embroidered Muslins with satin stripe reduced 1 front JOc to 35cf seasonPongeesi i Corded Mercerized Batiste Reduced from 25c to 15c Egyptian Tissues cut from 25c to 20c t IocAlcaiadaJ We show a most excellent line of Batistes Lawns etc s 15AEmbroidery Sale 1 20 Piecee of Fine Hamburg Embroider o ies every piece a bargain at the price we have been 12a1 to IOC REMNANT SALE j In Bargaiu Department IRemnant Lawn cut 25 to 40 per cent Remnant Table Linen 2 to 312 yards reduced A l 13- Remnant Crash heavily cut Many Specially Rood thing in these remnants Lace Curtains Odds and Ends l Oparimentland mussel 250 and i 750 values Your pick 100 I it lP W S ELLISON r n t trFFi 1i LJ1 1larcllof Lafayett Ky 1 IS w ifrid relative in ihi Count llfiklv B Pratt and lEditor Iike r wvnviu lliduln WedutII IM y nod Mine Mnbet Truby of Nub v ill visit Mrs MI N Cow gull sort while Jud uw ID Whte one of the Judt tI iwyr ourtof Appeals and u catty ale t01 reehction whet in III ikll W Jpe diy and Thnrnduy lit ltb laws11 one of the ru4 wt hIIIqilulnglJt men in the State and righ corftS endorsement 4 liui l ra proiiiiueul young arniHr if thtidptry naMicf Mr Arch lioper wsts hQ1iiid killed tu Fitltuti Saturday last by iHiftrlaii Soloiriiin one of hw her frt mg The Hhotruu was arci deutlll 4Ii no blamo Iq Chur fd to younf HlMuuu 4 bsSt i or i Liudsay furtuerlr or 1erttdC but HOW n siding iu e- wYurtdo not Lilir ve that David J3 1illyr4jnur l1 t rmin cuuld carry the slet pf New York in 1WH for presi dent ifpsavs I doubt whether Hill conhtbar Dr New York City by 2T 000 inajqrltypiud 1 think it nMtioiiabk whether l ftrmau could carry it at all V- PfpK AV II I cone has ben elected te the IltincllmlJ hivof the Ilickmaii Kywlljs4cho l ut a salary of 1100 per jVTtrProf Boones experience as- a sehDl 1111 afford him easy accens to thftfurtit jwho U of the state Ilav lug 3oHue nceutly the acceptance of thoJlatdw II school he was comnell wl nlP to refuse the Jackson Woprin fipal ip wlsirh was tendered him- ahaitr1ihesatue time with his llickmau leeIonharlcstou Enterprise ThflSPnielde of Albert D Mark the youlfg2nshville attorney it develops treatOfflJ to emlttrrawment in managing bjgovMl floaurinl rtlfairs and those of his fB0er is law lien W H Jacrwn- ownof the famous Belle Meade place The JSplwon estate turns ont to bP heavily1 involved and young Marks had gouu t t the despm rate endof raising tertifl ltee ot deposit to wave it g A CAKI Enr7 COURIER Wiflfyou kindly permit me through the Courier to exprmy grateful ap prccitiflbn Jo the neighbors and friends for tmpr kind iniutmtinii and help to uiy IaW wife in her lost illness flay Godbtiss sue and all of them aF LED TAYLOR ii- I ITAXES bHinoof my deputies will meet you of the following dates and places for thepnfpose of collecting taxes for the year 1002 Fulton Thursday JuiiiJ 2G Alexander Statiou Friday June 27 CaycOj Saturday June1 2SUi Jordau Monday Juno UOth Thelaxpayors are urgently requested to com forward and settle and eepeci ally those owing Hickman College Tax as i desire to make an early settlement At Hickman on all other days except those nwbtl0ued above F Respectfully Yours GEO L CARPENTER Sheriff Fulton County VOTE ON LOCAL OPTION SEPT 2i IN FULTON AND MAGIS1 TERIAL DISTRICT Petition are being circulated by tho advocates of local option calling for an magisterialdistrictsense of the voters to deteruiiuo I s01l1Iit The antioption noople met yralprdny I and have decided to cinulno a petition for an flection to he held within the corporate limits of Fulton on the dat Sept 2t- If both plwitM aiv rtrrie1 out Fulton i people will witness two ilctimw held j on the tine day We understand both j t sides nr being thoroughly organized j I Fulton Leade- rSALVATION I ARMY STORY Commander Booth Tneker of tile Salvation army tells of an experience ofu faithful army lamie who had been pro i motel to the ranks of captaincy for ef j j eonvanIlionI y j the methods they employe says theI New York Timei j In a saloon iu the slum district Into otmo night this young lady wet a man i who was so drunk as to be utterly un j able to care for himself The captain I wanted to help him out of the dwrepn table place and to his homoI What is your name she asked so I licionsly Im sure 1 dont knoV replied the drunken man 1 Where do you live Im sure 1 couldnt tell you now Wait ii minutes lets ee meditatively 1 dint seem to remember I tonights1ui I butIit I Icj FIRE AT CLINTON Ernest Raids large flour mill Coo HnryV stable and a cooperage shop adjoining were destroyed by Ore shortly afternoon Monday The fire originated in thd third floor of the miil and is l mystery how it started A lot of flour and corn was destroyedThe was miltedat ten thousand dollnn with owls four thousand dollars insurance The other losses were lig- htC0uRWRJ0URNAL 21IMI5 A WEEK Ql 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWILEAWKKK COUKIKR KlUKXAl is the pest paper published in the Unitwl States for Democrats for all renders It is tho equal of many Dailies and tho superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SOX Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS tho Saturday issue to THE HUME Sample copies seut free on application Address COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky Hickman buyer are paying 65c fo wheat I IThe Tennessee Republicans nom i mated lion Henry T Campbell of Curter county for Governer A protracted meeting has been in progress at the C P Church this week There will be no preaching at the Baptist church nest Sunday regular services Sunday night Senator Morgan who va4 delivering a speech the other day to empty seats expressed his indifference to that fact inasmuch an he was speaking to tho country He may have been mistaken about that The circulation of tho Congres sional Record is not fur beyond the Senators and Roprusontatives them selvesGeneral Allies was never a West Poirtt cadet but President Roosevelt doingtheirfact that General Miles iis a fine soldier and a man of independent views arises train hit lack of discipline Until the military academy was overhauled it must have been hard work for any young man to go through the course and como out with any soldierly qualities A bill creating a Department of Com coerce is pending in Congress hat the probability is that it will not become u law at the present session perhaps never Possibly it is just as well not to have a new Cabinet officer It would uiesm u good many other oflices more renting wore building cThe good accomplished might not be great en ough to justify the expense The President would have one more adyis er of course but he does not particularly want advice According to Hicks predictions we are not likely to be troubled with drouth this summer He says that not only in June but the whole summer of 1002 will be characterized by altera tious of great warmth and phenomenally cool weather intermingled with many more electrical storms and at tended with much more precipitation than last summer Robert K Pattison who has been twice Governor of Pennsylvania is now prominent for another nomination for the same otlico by tho Democrat tStateI I onIoppon- ent to Judge Pennypacker the regular I Republican nominee MARRIED Married Wednesday evening nt 7 oclock po m Mr Jessie Crosby of Dixon TenD to Miss Lon Baker of our city The marriage was soloenrin ized by Rev Dr Dabney the pastor of the Christian church The church was simply but tastily decorated Tho bride was proceeded by two little tlower girls Emma Tyler anti Annie Cowgill The whole bridal party were gowned in white brides dress very sweet and becoming Miss Jessie Isler played tho wedding march Im mediately after ceremony and cou- grttulatious the bride and groom left on the 8 oclock train for their future home Dixon Success and best wishes attend them I p i i i iii ii ii it ia ait iI t I it i r t t- ti I 4 4rir ip i it ir 7r 7r 7e 7w r K s S f I f kI I g sgst sy sb y tttt- II t- f tI Itt f All the now laws passed by the last Legislature without an cmergenoy clause went into effect June 18th The Chicago platform seems to have been administered to the Philippine Islands Free silver out thereor rather over there Iu view of a good many things cot lug to light connecting with Cuba it must be admitted that they are learn the politics down there Union City is to celebrate the 4th of July Coll Frazier the Democratic nominee for Governor iis to be the orator of the duy Discharges in bankruptcy have bee n received by Clerk of the U S Court at Paducah for Denton C Harris FnJ ton and Roger A Warford Jordan State Senator J D Watson of May- field has announced a candiddate for railroad Commissioner He iifl ono of tho anointed and should pull through Tin+ Illinois Central is surveying a hUH from Stiles near Culvert City t tIdistance i lure Paducah off of the main line Hon Ollie James has accepted an I invitation from Col Wui J Bryan of Nebraska to be his guest during the Democratic State Convention at Lincoln lad deliver an address to the con yentionA meeting was fired into htstin MarshulllI I Mormons ictu ied the fire Great es citemeut prevails tend more bloodshedI expectedSome day there will 1 be an electric railroad operating between Prices Landing and Charleston and between Charleston and East Prairie and Ilic- lmauKy It will bo a paying line Charleston Enterprise pthatnil routes across tho isthmus tho ono uJthoI engineers do not seem entirely clear that either one of these is practicable President Roosevelts specinlmossage I is a remarkable strong indorsement the spirit of Senator Hoars speech a I the Philippines The high qualities o justice should have no limitations placed upon them The Republic of France is getting to be a solid establishment Tore has been a change ot Ministry with scarcely a ripple of excitement The Counts and other relics of imperialistic establishment in France are getting t J be loncsom looking useless and no even ornamental People will be I laughing at them pretty soon ij J A A Averton the House Sign audTheOrnamental Painter has located in the j town of Hickman to ply his traoe and j i respectfully solicits the patronage of j i the public You can get first clas it I Painting Gilding Graining Sign Paint lug and Paper Hanging at customary prices and you can also get your buggy repainted at a nominal cost with t old process not with patent paint I Leave your orders at Gow ills Drug I Store Respfy + A A AVERTON j I jtV 102 acres nearly Farm all For SnItII provements 2 1 miles I Apply to ilns AUTIIUE Kixo f Head it In His Newspaper George Schaub a well known Ger man citizen of New Lebanon Ohio isJ DaytoVolkszeitnug J paper aims to advertise only the best 111 its columns and whew ho saw Chamberlains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate ini baying a bottle of it for his wife who or eight weeks had suffered with tlw most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He says After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and botore using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she jl could again take up her household j es hopthather wonderful recovery This valrab liniment is for sale by Cowgill it Cow gin The coming great event of European affairs is tho crowning of King Edward of England It is to come off June 26 and preparations for it have been going on for a year ot more Millions of dol lays have been n upended in the making fnew costumes and the affair i fobin history The costumes will nil be decreed by the king himself and no comiqopera was ever togged out ns will be thft lords and ladies who are i tarot and will be present of IISaTedEverybody said 1 had consump ion of writes Mrs A 31 Shields of Chamvbrrburg Pap1 was so low after six months of severe bickness caused by Hty Fever and Asthma that fO thought I could get well but I KingNewit and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it I is the safest cure in the world and is infnllillt for Cough and Bronchial A frlI I ions Guaranteed bottles bOc nnd +C in CotvgillCotivgill lePflEPAREOI The editor of the Daily Bread wheelI tIcdnew musical critic Mr Frottus he said in a rasping voice did you do this writeup of last nights concert ales sir 4 You speakof the audience rinkiugr4 r4inchcstra t How can any body drink iin inu icY 4 I suppose it might be done with atratRubinstein sir U stiffly replied the new of striaeChicago 5tsdsy ice In order to acconnnodato their patrons tke ice depot of Dillon it Co will be kept open Sundays from 7 to lOamaod 1 to 6 p m and be closed the balance of the dart 1 GOES TOJICKMAN+ Mr E D Waller who has for sovo al years been chief ougmeer and ole c trician at the Fulton Electric Light an j Power Company has accepted a simih jposition at Hickmun with the ElectrIC rrLight Company at Hickinan with jlargely increased salary The plant j 1therej is owned by the City Mr Vial j r i iu thoroughly experienced choir i I cim and will make them an efncicit ij ciigitfv Mr Burney Hughes will jLeader with Mr Wailer as assistant gltII EXCURSION TO UEULMI1S I I The Lee Line glvus an oxcursiun from i Hickmau to Memphis on Steamer jj CiMnrgia Leo leaving Ilickmnn Irida Juno 20 0 Ip in nod arriving in Idea I jplats Sunday morning June 22iulr Returning leaves Memphis faun 24ib filkIlIlHljij I J trip ticket meals and bvrihs ii1III1r1n 1450 Meals out swivel in nrt at I II I ts I Ii1QR lAx TO CAIKO Round trip ticket 2i oJ 11tjI rfiokman June Jfl L n m lntuniiiin I leaves Cairo JuneII SO 0 j m uud urnv IIi kuHlIJ FYidiiy Jut+ 20 9 p m TUBj imrI 1 1 r t i atFMI Not liuw chap but how good iill th question The TW1CK AWKKK REPUBLIC r11rfirstclass uewglwpcrj It prints all tat nutrs that is urthtatJuaufJr yn read it nil thu nre on all tho important and inter ting affairs of tho world It is tht b st and most r liable newHpapnr that timtinv and brains nii produce nttrl tl t so should be the dmtlilfui injl train of the uewslrppPS that IS du t to bo read hull metubrtx of du family rSubscription price Si a year Any newsdealer uowspauer or postmaster fwell reedit c your subscrlllLiou or yo n may mail it direct to TIIK REPOHLIC St Louis M a IlISEKFOOT It NOT SBKIOUS From Nashville Auiencnn ll- It fats been reported for thorns timu Chattanoogat I for building a rood from Hickinan rIfIIIi Reelfoot Luke and to put a steainbiro I i i on the lake in connection with I report was probablyl thtroldij I decision of the State Supreme Court i recently that the lake was not private j i j Jillsnuts Central also has n project of th j same kind on toot and that tho Chiitta I nooga rond IS hurrying to etlo first Inquiry has developed the fact that the enuttier has not even been seriously co sidered by tho Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Railway Hot Weather Weakness tlIfhtekiugiu f suferiugmer weather Those symptoms iudi cato that a tonic is needed that will digestionThiIIerbiaoe ProfGrludwrites I have used Horbine for tho last 12 years and notuiug on earth can beat itj It was recommended to me by WSHOLINESS CHURCH BURNED Hillli f I here was burned lust night it IB thought by incendiaries It was the itle1 tholeaderi luuebeento the methods employed by tho sectt leadslo goj on lire flays has beeii preaching haviubeeny people in that locality who are liuI llowers ANTIOLII JKAVKYAUI tAll persons interested in tho welfare j j Autiosh graveyard anti requested to at said graveyard on 13aturc- hternoon Juno 28 1902 for tho purpose organizing a society to look utter the mire of tho graveyard W McDnniel 1tllsdI The question1 hns been asked Iu ji I what way are Ohlltulorlaius UKMIIillli n I fJ Liver Tablets superior to pillsur iI I IianswerII pleasant to take more mild and gontle j effect and more reliable os they can Ij always be depended upon Then tht j I j n cleanse and invigorate the stomach andtittlI i j ave the bowels in a natural condition j while pill are more harsh in effect andi I j ute is often followed ly const i pation For sale by Cowgill A Cow gill a A daughter of Gen Robt E Lee I was arrested at Alexandria Va fur to vacate a seat in llip colored Vim of a jiui crow car vjun uiuuiuu uj the conductor to do so without an ex planation It cot her S5 null created Moment and indignation None of the Demorrntic prasidcntial I possibilities show alarm at the projc tion of Mr Richard Olnoy His nomina tiou would be n gastly reminder of the slogan of 1892 Grover Grover four years more of Gr 1er1JTheJ were the four years that relegated the Dom cratic party to a back seat for oh so lohg PROOF TO THE CONTRARY rt eau the pretty lIItJ1tih theIItrfiction dares ng Prasol Ialselsupn6s for inareal Me as it w tune in tict ion Sum qiIitlIIt anteriI T nIuight1 siltlilYraItl Ut m ward lilhave refused to r tcurd JIUI I wa tinIhis iti t tt hour of fat L arttit ut tiro n otyghtt I t w ry hipfi iqiu ii r lI I have in lift iis eeutPlYll TjitDit My wholr ItN jilt rrun out f0rr Epry tuuutcrst of nay lire your if t- Irfure I mf Thrp its not a Quy lllart that dot R not hrilwIIaft for von I wafer yon the dvval4ii a oWtIllt 41 I US wrout GPOrp rl1 replMd the uutidtn Btill lmwit fitllS in the laud with the lgist of he Ilara1 Chicago Tribnn ii Ilion to Avoid lrOllhli JNow iis the tim to rrTide V j I niiii taiitily with a hutll of Qhn hni M Colii Olmlora and Iitjt J lnedc It is AltoO ii rtafl1bit ii rd before tilt summer w oft tiara tf itixrured now may save you n itlow u h the night ur in your Ii IttiltqrioaelI I tlcOouFraoWJtIJl MAYOR ESOfi0i11St TO AttlJEST Ia1Rllif5 hAQJI RACK TRUU LIIZ ft or iceddersUttJugi This order is the result of an exciting aident which occurred Saturday utter noon on lower court street A negro preacher of the Do Rights who arrived from Shrevcport Lit a few lays ago was making an incendiary sermon to It crowd of men of Ills own color Ho told them that the white mum had his foot on the negrooS neck f Unit thu time had come for tho op rlII rightsj continuing in the strain when Mnrkotmaster Joe Woods stop pfd him and compelled tM orator to languagea Uio incident I to the mayor rho ilnIUedinlJYJqp action Paducah j jewn Dpiiiocra nCouttipated Hovels t To havo good health the body should be kept in a luxiitivu condition and the bowels moved at least does a dv I I tCll thi pt1imnO trai ty nrti n tl t l daily Mr U L Edwards 112 1 ttIJhavrl I an past yPar BOcyfiLt ROOsTER TTms CHILOjt 111h6Mr Will Blaukenship of near La on jj rillsi was attacked by a large roar i and badly injured The child nccgm SIJIUiubjQeNedi SI1mosth e r mtUhloSJiis feared that the child trill die orte J Hopkinsville Keutuckiaii h v d+ itXeumlgicand sciatic pains yield totthe tmwLiuimeutngrvoftheycffJctsomoMoore Agent Illinois Central Rail Ol3uhardsSnow furuilyItis LYiyI ROOSVELTS SPECIAL MESSAGE j President Ko svolts special message- to Congress asking that body to PJIKS fiInflrplhlicnnPmnident ul the sacrifice of tho Gpv erniUeuts good faith i cOIicopliont i nnd his belief is slurred by many thous antlervsolom obligation to make a substan reduction of tho tariff duties Cuban products The new onII U established under our protection L nltirntediuherShe now stands in closer and more familiar relations toward1Veariu0r LmatortnlIlcjiubliutue National Congress see fit to defoat the Finwill bo repudiating not Mr Roosyelts gnidaiifo alone but of the late Pres ident McKinley Work on the Levio will prqlJably icommence about October IstWihis hae oulliissouri levee will probably comuiense1 about the sumo time vT sr = a= = y = r l1 r Iook Lookr f EXCLUSIVEfr A ERICAN I lb galvanizedae= Anii lv 1 rividos for expansion and contrac f tiiI Only Best Bessemer steel wires1 us a ulways of uniform quality I 1r encf wrong no matter IHT great a ilriw i jnutonl il Does rot mulilalc but tkes titkrflj turn cattle horses = hoeS and pigs S VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers Cnll and sec it Can show you how it will save you money and fence tour folds so they will stay fenced keepitl of Buggies Farm Implements Harness t c f W S HENDERSON CO 0 N ash 1 Book Store j Splen tilll Selection of NEW I BOOKSSTATONERY I STATONERYMOTIONS 8L I Call and fKiugiijrtt SiMAUYI BEKKXDKS 4t Co i CITY BARBER SHOP- To Illyold customers We art here stay Nobody will appreciate you i tronage or i + ki more pleasure inpalu trYI reliablejj WILL f OW t I ILI C E EAKERi I General Grocerf iPowell Block Clinton St slaving purchased the Grocery Stock of J C Uonduriui would Ibe plciisrd in have all old friends lo dull Fresh Goods Land Choice Biinrnins 0 f DRS KDAVIDSON f Ien1istt HIOKMAN KENTUCKY ffice over Oowgill C OW gilla Drue Store jJOHN RINGWOOD Gesveral Qrooesrxes D msarDk i i Keeps nil kinds of Groceries andIFamily SuppliesI nUTTBK EGGS 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+ MIhesh 0 v- t I 1- i I- l t l 1 1 r- f I s P i rs t s r r t- L CAPTURED TROOPS Five of the Fifth Cavalry Reported Boloed to Death It Is Expected a General Amnesty Will ee Declared July This Will Re lease Filipino Prisoners on Island of Guam Manila June 16 Friendly natives in Manila say a report is current among their countrymen that the five soldiers of the 5th cavalry who were captured by the Insurgents May 3 have been boloed to death near Teresa In Morong province Luzon Manila June 17The bodies of the sergeant two corporals and four privates of the 5th cavalry who were captured May 30 by Ladrones at BI nangonan Rlzal province this Island have been recovered Twentyfive members of a band orI insurgents who were captured while fighting with Gen Lukban In Samar took the oath of allegiance to the Unit ed States and were subsequently leased Four members of the ban were killed in the engagement which resulted In the captuye of their com panions The 25 who have sworn alto glance have seen Gen Chaffee and have promised to give him all the as sistance In their power In the work of maintaining the present peace condi tions in Samar A commission has been sent to Sa mar to appoint Senor Llorentes governor of the Island and to establish civil government there It Is expected that a general amnesty will be d e clared July 1 This amnesty will result In the release of the Filipino prls oners now on the island of Guam The prospects in the island of Leyte for a speedy termination of the armed resistance there are bright Since the ports of the island were closed sur renders of Insurgents to the native constabulary have occurred daily Gen Davis the commander of the American forces on the island of Min danao has been Informed by Datto Ada that two of the three Moros who murdered an American soldier named Lewis were killed In the engagement at Bazan between Moros and Ameri cans last May and that the other mur derer has disappeared An American sentry belonging to the engineers was badly cut with a bolo In the hands of a Moro while on duty near Vicars Several Dattos under the sultan of Mindanao have called upon Col Frank D Baldwin of the 27th infantry and have asked for American flags Thi action on the part of the Dattos is con sidered equivalent to taking the oath of allegiance to the United States A CLOUDBURST UCattartjFtoodedand theyRiverlRislniii tScranton Pa Scranton Pa June 17A veritable cloudburst occurred here Monday morning flooding cellars and causing the river to rise In a threatening man neroRain is still falling heavily and should It keep up at the present pace the river will overflow Its banks and reach many of the mine openings Charles Robinson the Delaware Hudson watchman who was shot at Oliphant Saturday night will recover He Is unable to throw any light on the mystery as to who did the shooting All he remembers is that he felt a stinging sensation In the breast and then lost consciousness The coal company continues to cause arrests of strikers who molest their workmen A magistrate Monda fined four more men 25 each for threatening workmen WIND AND RAIN STORM Property Damaged at Richland Ga Merchant Killed By Lightning Columbus Ga June 17A terriblel wind rain and electrical storm di considerable damage at Richland 39 males from hero on the Seaboard Air- Line Monday afternoon J M Hur ley a prominent peach merchant was instantly killed by lightning while standing under a shed His wife who was near him was severely shocked The stores of Mayfield Rs Bell W E Etheridge B W Mayo T S Chap pelle and the large Clegg building were unroofed and their stocks almost ruined by wind and dater The new school dormitory the Negro academy tho Methodist church the new Christian church tho rest dence of Ed Woodard were blown to the ground besides numerous small1 houses and shops Trees were uprooted and gardens and crops were ruined Tho peach crop suffered greatly Hobson Wants Leave of Absence 17ConstructoroHobsonappealed for a three months leave of absence on account of the condition of his eyes He Is now on special duty at Eliza bethport N J Alleged Counterfeiters Arrested Baltimore June 16 United States secret service men aided by local po lice captured eight Italians supposed to be members of a gang of counter letters who have operated in several parts of the country during the past lew months Resolutions Presented to Gen Chaffee Manila June 18The chamber of commerce has presented to Gen Chaf fee a set of resolutions which express tthe regard with which Gen Chaffa sad the array iii vthe Philippines are Myeld by the business men of Manilal 1 SIXTH WEEK OF STRIKE There Are Very Few DisturbancesI In the Anthracite Region Wllkesbarrc Pa June liThesixth week of the anthracite coal mm ers strike began Monday without a ripple to disturb the calmness of the situation Rain fell nearly all day which helped to keep the more than 150000 Idle rn and boys Indoors Several reports of assaults on work ingmen and coal and Iron policemen were received here from different sec lions of the region but no one was seriously injured Most of these attacksI occurred under the cover of darkness or at starting time in the morning IIt was expected that Monday would wit 0ness the refusal of a large number of fire bosses and other mine bosses to- go to work but tho best Information obtainable show that the number of men who quit was not large In fact several of the mining superintendents i in this region asserted they had more men at work at the engines and pumps than they had last week President Mitchell and other labor lenders question this assertion and on the con trary claim that nearly half the men who were at work on Saturday re Mondaydgave any Casper Clark of Toledo 0 presii dent of the International Team Driv ers association came In for some at tention by labor leaders Monday He submitted to an interview In which he said his organization would do nilI it could to help the striking miners He said he would make a thorough canvass of the region to learn the sentiment of his men which will help to guide the national association if the miners should ask the teamsters for help There was a revival Monday of the story that the Central Pennsylvania soft coal miners will be called out very soon but President Patrick GU1 day of the Central Pennsylvania dis trict threw cold water on the proposition He reiterated what he had said Sunday that the Central Penn sylvania men would not be called out except as an extreme measure He thought a curtailment of soft coal pro duction in his district would ne a more likely action Some of the miners 1in his region he said have already suggested to him that the number of days of work each week be cut down to three four or flue thus cutting off a considerable supply of soft coal that IIs coming east- SERIOUS STATE OF AFFAIRS Armed Miners Take Possession of Two West Virginia Mines sRoanoke Va June 17es number of miners who are returning from the ooal fields reached here Monday night They report a very serious state of affairs around Simmons Creek and Good- Will mines on the West Virginia side They state that about 500 strikers arm d with rifles revolvers etc were Monday marching from that section toward North Fork and demand that the nonunion men now at work quit They also say that the strikers hav taken charge of Good Will and Simmons Creek mines and have announced their determination not to allow the workers to resume work and will re slst them or any attempt that may be made by the mine owners to resume work IN THE KANAWHA FIELDS The Strike Situation There Grows More Intense Charleston W Va June 17The strike situation in the Kanawha fields is more Intense Wlnefrede which otheyr mine Is out none of the men showedI up for work Monday morning Three mines ot the Kanawha and Hocking Co accepted concessions and are work1 Ing Orders were Issued to close allI other mines of the company The company operates all the mines on the north side of the Kanawha river TlTe company has sent all Its empty cars runnindg The Kanawha d Michigan railway p their shop men on half time on account of the strike Four mines IIn the New river field are working A RACE WAR Colored Normal and Industrial InstiI tute Elodrado III Attacked Carbondale 111 June 17The race war whlrti has been In progress at El dorado III since May 29 when a mob attacked the colored normal and Industrial institute a school modeledI after the celebrated Tusl gee Ala school still continues The homes of colored citizens have been stoned1 warnings sent toe occupants to leave the vicinity and shots fired into their homes late at night Many through fear have left There remain only five families and two of them willI leave at once Sunday night a mob visited Rev Peter Green pastor of the African Methodist church andI stoned his houso Some of the white residents profess to fear that coloredl labor will be used In the mines which are being opened In that vicinity Opened to Settlement Pocatello Ida June 17The Ft Hall reservation was opened to settlement Tuesday There were some 2000 homeseekers in Pocatello ready to make the run and probably as many more at varlou yjgfllnts along the outer boundaries First Car of New Wheat Kansas City Juno 17Tho first car of 1902 wheat was received iin Kansas City Monday It graded No2 cellJ and was from Tulsa Ii It was sold for 75vc which was about threa cents above the market THE KINGS ILLNESS Condition More Serious Than at First Reported 4t Lloyds There Was a Big Rise In Premiums on His Majestys Life and His Chance of Being Crowned June 26 Aldershot Eng June I7King Edward and Queen Alexandra started for Windsor at 415 oclock Monday after loon In a motor car The king showed Ittle trace of his recent Illness London June 17A dispatch to th exchange Telegraph Co from Alder shot says The kings Illness has become of a much more serious na ure than at first expected Yesterday he king was In a low state and laud thorn was administered to allay tho pain Complications were feared this morningThe of Wales with the mayor of Windsor upon his arrival there Monday evening said King Edward caught a chill In tho stomach he Is much better however although he will have to be careful His majesty Is stilt troubled slight pains Sir Francis Laklng physician In or dlnary to the king and who has bee in constant attendance upon his maj esty since he became Indisposed at Aldershot is pleased to get King Ed ward to Windsor castle where ne can receive better attention than at Alder shot King Edward has lately undergone a regular course of massage for rheu matism which has troubled him as a result of the bad weather After arriving at Windsor Monday evening his majesty was able to wall about the castle and receive tne guests whom he had invited to a dinner part Those present at the dinner Included the prince and princess of Wales the dupe of Cambridge the duke of Con naught tho duke and duchess of Dev onshlre the duke and duchess of Port land tho marquis and marchioness of Londonderry and other notable per sons No bulletin of the kings health has been issued Ills majestys physi clans are merely advising him to keep quiet and to husband his strength as niRch as possible At Lloyds Monday there was a big rise m tile premiums on the kings life and upon Ute chances of hibeing crowned Juno 26 n TERRIFIED GIRLS Several Injured While Escaping From a Burning Building St Louis Juno 17 Terrified by smoke and heat from the burning building occupied by tho St Louis riding academy anti boarding stablo at Lo ust street and Chariningwavcfl nue 300 girls and 100 men in the Friedman Bros shoe factory just west of the stable In panic Mon day afternoon sought egress by firC escape and elevator Through the fallI of tho elevator and In crowding down the fire escape several persons war slightly Injured The fire completely gutted the stable and burned five valuable 1 horses causing a loss of 50000 jWHILE MENTALLY DERANGED Killed Her Six Children Fired the House and Then Fled Memphis Tenn June 17lrsLouis Wistrope wife of a promine planter at Brandywine near l hurst rills while mentally derange- killed her six small children while her husband was at church Five of tho children were shot through the head with a Winchester rifle and the baby was burned to death In the home which was fired after killing tho other children She piled them together i tho cotton house and fled InII with bloodhounds are searching tho country for her CLEVELANDut Degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence Conferred Upon Him Philadelphia June 17The degree of doctor of jurisprudence Juri Utrlusque Doctor was conferred upon former President Cleveland Tue day during the commencement exercises of the Augustinian college of St Thomas at Villa Nova a suburb ot this city Mr Cleveland bears tho distinction of being the first person in the United States to receive this degree Among others who received honorary degrees was Baron von Hent gervar Austrian ambassador to rhoMr United States Pope Desires a Friendly Settlement Rome June 17The pope havingI understood that Cardinal Is the only one of the committee of cardinals appointed to treat with GO V Taft who is really against the Taft mission has signified to him his desire for a friendly settlement The committee of cardinals will meet Tuesj day Called on the President Washington June 17 Baron Schbusawat of Japan who Is study- Ing the financial system of the United States accompanied by Kogoro Taka hlra the Japanese minister to the United States called on the president Monday and paid his respects Opposes an Elective Judiciary Chicago June 17 United States States Circuit Court Judge James G Jenkins attracted marked attention Monday night by an address advocat ing the abolition of an elective judic vary in the state courts T FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS TVaahlngton SdnateAnotherthegovernment thesenatenaval bill carryingl mora than passedtwotIrstclassfirstclassarmoredgunboats but strikes out the house provision that one of each shall governmentHouseThe billtototheand to au thorize the president gameandaceomplf6hetlenactingadoptedaof toe Corliss Pacific cable bill by a evote of 108 to 73r12SenateJuRtbeforeWednesday thesenate theNicaragua 19themHOUSJtheCorlisssame method it cas3gstruqkoutmeas ghlngnoofthoauthorIzed a private company for the laying of a tcable Washington Juno 13SenateAft docknhalfThursday thoIsthmianMorganAlathreehoursHouseThe houso adopted a spe clal rule for the consideration of tho Irrigation bill which passed the senate some time ago and devoted the day to Frida ment under the five minute rule HSonateDuring ate nomInatlonordnance of the army being the partic ular subject under consideration The presidents message urging the estab lishment of reciprocity relations between the United States and Cuba was received after tho senate had gone into secret session The doors were opened the message was read and the secret session was resumed Irrigationamendments were offered but only one except nose offered by the com mittep was adopted It was of a ml nor character The hug already has passed the senate The friends of the measure greeted the announce meat of its sage with a round of applause Washington June 17SenateAft partsatpassed what is popularly Known as tbt London dock charges bill The oppo sition to tho measure practically rol lapsed and it was passed without di vision Bills were passed aa follows Authorizing the Santa Pacific rail road to sell or lease its railroad prop o wand frnnohlsas authorizing the govdenolofpounds of condemned bronze cannot to be used in the erection of an equestrian statue of i aj Gen Charles Devens In Worcester county Mass to amend the revised statutes oatheas to the ownership of any vessel of fered for register may be made by any authorized agent of the corporation owning the vessel House Tfcfe house transacted some miscellaneous business under suspen sion of the rules It included the adoption of resolutions appropriating 25000 for the preparation of plans for a memorial In this city to Abraham Lincoln 100000 toward the erec ntton of a monument to the prison ship martyrs who lied oft Brooklyn whichdIng tho revolutionary war and 10 000 for the erection of a monument at Fredericksburg Va to the memory of Gen Hugh Mercer who was killed during the revolutionary war Two bills were passed to amend the gen forIly married and were again widowed and one to Increase the pension of those who have lost a limb or were to tally disabled while in the military or naval service THE PRINTERS KICK Those In the Employ of the Govern usmeat at Manila Want Pay in Gold sManila June 16Henry C Ide the member of the Philippine commission who was assigned to the department of finance and Justice has received a pe titian from the printers in the employ of the government asking that their salaries be paid In gold or in some other establJshed and nonfluctuating currency In reply to this petition Ide said he thought that the con ditions of which the printers com plained would probably be relieved They are now paid In Mexican silver eiRehearsing For the Coronation London June HThere was an Interesting little function at Westminster Abbey when the sons and grani sons of high state officers rehearsed tho duties they will have to perform at the coronation June 26 in the capacity of pages Commutation of Sentence Washington June 17 Senator Hoar from tho committee on judi clary reported favorably Urn house bill providing a commutation of he sentences of prisoners In federal prls ons amounting to from five to ten days per month for good behavior Postmasters Salaries Readjusted Washington June 17ln the read justment of the salaries of postmas ters at presidential offices just com pleted 2030 postmaaters on July J next will receive Increased salaries q 16200K Apropos of the CORONATION Something About the Great Ceremonial Event That Is to Occur In London on Thursday June 26 As the day for the crowning of King Edward Vii and his consort Queen Alexandra draws near interest in the elaborate cercinonicsttuLt is gorgeousbaitreases This inerest attaches to everything connected with the event it attaches to historic old Westminster Abbey to the coronation chairs to the people who will manage the great show and to the crowns and For that reason we trine be lIowa description of these things AVE5T3II3STEII ABUEY Some AVomlers of the Structure Where Crowning Will Take 1lnee The coronation will occur in Westminster abbey n about the only open chapel in that wonderful structure This chapel is raised about five feetfrcm the surrounding floor of the abbey and is at lent 50 feet square It is approached by five stone steps running the full length of the chapel A railing of a half dozen long rounded wooden bars and shout four feet in height prevents entrance except through low wooden double gates At the back is a long altar An immense antique valuably rug covers the altar steps Another rug smaller yet a very large one at that is laid just inside the entrance On this will be placed the coronation chairs in which the king and queen will be seated To one side are stalls the same with cush ioned benches much after the style of oozy corners lining the side of the chapel From allsides on the floor of the abbey in that section of the building save from the back where is the altar it would be possible to obtain an almost unobstructed view of the coronation ceremonies The railing at the back of the altar separates this chapel from the chapel of Edward the Confessor who rigned about 1042 The ceremony of coro nation will be performed by the archbishop I END OF of Canterbury The king and queen will then ascend a raised throne erected for the occasion where they will receive the homage of the peers The first coronation in this chapel which is commonly called the choir way that of William the Conqueror in lOOt Since then thi plain and ancient looking raised plat form or chapel has witnessed all corona tions The floor of the chapel is a mosaic pavement of curious design The materials for the pavement were brought from Home ind laid about 1263 The pavement is com posedof various kinds of marbles and porphyry interspersed with Latin inscrip ions in bronzed letters The is English marble and the whole has been greatly injured TilE COnOXATIOX CHAII13 The One to lie Occupied by the King Vu Maile for Edward I The chairs on which the king and queen will rest are known as the coronation chairs That to be occupied by the king was last used by Queen Victoria at the Jubilee and yet bears the colors of that oc casion This cbair was made for Edward I to inclose in its seat the famous stone of Scone Tradition identifies this stone with the one on which Jacob rested his head at Bethel His sons carried it to Egypt and from thenre it found its way to Spain with King Gathelus son of Cecrops the builder of Athens About 700 B C it appeared in Ireland where it was carried ba Spanish kings son upon an invasion of the tight lit tie Isle There it was placed upon the sa cied hill of Tara and became known as the stone of destiny It was claimed that when the Irish kings were seated upon it it coronations the stone groaned aloud if the claimant was of royal race but remained silent ifa pretender- It is claimed for this remarkable piece which is really Scotch sandstone that in 330 B C Fergus the founder of the Scot tish monarchy and who was of Irelands royal blood received it in Scotland where King Kenneth in 850 A D deposited it in the monastery of Scone It is certain that the stone was for centuries an object of veneration to the people of Scotland They fancied that while it remained in their country Scots would be monarchs of that realm When Edward I overran Scotland he seized the stone and took it to England where in 1237 it was placed and kept in Westminster Abbey the repeated efforts of the Scots to reclaim it Ever since the sovereigns of England have been crowned upon this cLair The hair upon which the queen wll rest was nade for the coronation of William and Mary B1UTISH CROW JEWELS TJirr Are Valued at faSDO QQAbT Kx pert a In Precious StWWi These ancient chairs are not the only curious things with which King Edward will have to do during the coronation ceremo nes lie will first of all wear St tdward t crown the model by which all latterday crowns have been fashioned At the con elusion of the ceremonies h r will have placed npcJ 6i fcfc crown 01 tareea Viekris J Both of these crowns are at present among the crown jewels in the ironbarred place of safekeeping in Wakefield tower which iis one of the buildings that helps make the Tower of London From out any one of in Wakefield tower the visitor may look down upon the parade where soldiers are drilling most of the day At the further end of the parade is Tower Green a green spot injrhe middle of which Queen Anne Boleyn Margaret Countess of Salisbury Queen Katherine Howard Jane GreyRobertothers were beheaded St Edwards crown was made for the coronation of Charles II in 1661 There has never been any attempt to arrive at its value which is roughly estimated at 335000 sterling Two good sized pearshaped pearl pendants on the top of the crown are known to be worth 9000 This crown and that of Queen Victoria rest among crown jewels valued at more than 7000000 They rest in a great case inside the ironbarred affair at the top of Wakefield tower in a room which is said to have been used by Henry VII for his devotions while s prisoner in the tower and where he was murdered The intrinsic value of the crown of Queen Victoria is something over 3000000 It rests at the top of the case and was made in 1833 for the corona tion of the queen Its chief jewels were taken from older crowns and ffom the royal collection Among these is an enormous ruby which came into the possession of England from Spain in 1367 Its history it dated back to a much earlier period With 75 brilliant and large diamonds it forms a Maltese cross on the front of the diadem j I Below it is a magnificent sapphire There are seven other large sapphire eightt large emeralds and many hundreds of diamonds j decorating the band and arches A cross at the top of the crown is made up of a rose I cut sapphire and four large diamonds In all there are 2700 diamonds and many other I jewels in the crown which weigh over 3S ounces In this collection too are the orba WEST WESTMINSTER ABBEY groundwork notwithstanding fit severalwindows and the royal scepter which the king and queen will hold and which are of very great value KING EDWARDS ROBES They Are Kcclestlcal Garments and Worn Only on This Occasion The robes which King Edward will wear while being crowned and afterward while receiving the sacrament are ecclesiastical vestments and worn only upon this occa sion by the sovereign They are assumed ill Westminster abbey and taken off there after which the robe of state of purple velvet is put on When the king enters the abbey he wears a crimson velvet cloak The cor onation robes proper then arc the priestly vestments and consist of a dalmatic stole and maniple The dalmatic is a long robe or supertunic partly open at the sides of cloth of gold richly embroidered in colors with Tudor roses shamrocks thistles aleut delis and royal coronets and lined with crimson the stole of bullion embroidery with floral designs has the cross of St George worked at each end it is lined with crimson silk The stole is worn deacon wise that iif while a priest would wear it crossed over his breast a deacon fastens it on his left shoulder and crossing it over by breast secures the end under his right arm The maniple which much resembles the stole only smaller is worn over the left armThe reason given for attVing a layman in vestments worn onlyby the clergy is that the monarch represents the church lleiforei into St Edwards ch3pt9tnd vested in these ecclesiastical garments and after the act of homage they are laidtihle TILL DUKE OF XOUFOLK Ue I the Stape Jlannsrcr of All the Coronation Event By hereditary right the Dske of Norfolk is earl marshal and he also holds the office of chief butler which entitles himlotre ceive a gold basin and ewer The lord mayor of Lcndon offers a gold cup of wine to the king ac4 receives the cup fe a fee with 12 citizens of London the mayor also claims the right to sit at a table next the cupboard on the left side of the banqueting hall The privilege of dining at a table on the kings right hand belongs tc the barons of the Cinque Ports who hold the canopy over tits king during some part of the ceremony They also carry a canopy over the queen Of the noblemen and others who ire su to speak stage managing the coronation the Duke of Norfolk takes prrraifr position At earl marshal it falls to his lot to supervise practically ail the prMminaryI arrange ments and that fo2lir institution the Heralds college of TTWU he iis the head it for year being worked at top speed Itis his grace of Norfolk who will receive the applications of leers and pereses who con rider themselves entitled to lc talenttj at the coronation It aas hii1 whag3ve i dens the other day repaHing how the Indir of title shall be attired dtvhat hah ttor number of gilt sobs ia the oroneti of fcvk IIhror3et peer 4 7 it 0io t v ij ry I I IIt t 1 9 33- J 3-3- a 3t w w 4j 1 I Iri f + 0 l 1ri4 r rI 4 a p r- i 1 j a- r 9 jj Iri I V I t t if tIliilP5 L j M IF l54 a 3r 3 1C ir v J a e t J 4 kG t kt ks kt k t J j r 1 ti F- lE t I 1 4c j- 1x N r 2 t I t ff I 1 r c ctrc trGtrt t fif4 r 4 ifQQCrHr 4 tr t Gctr tr + t C Ci 744L U h STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS R1 1 IJ OI t M t iiSTORM IN LOUISVILLEL Steamer Tarascon Croke From Her Moorings But Was Caught l IoiiisvIlle Ky June 16 Louisville was visited by the heaviest storm of the season SundaY afternoon For a few moments the wind blew at the velocity of GO miles an hour while the rain accompanied by hall fell in torrents llS of an inch having beenI recordedOf amount 25 of an inch fell iin five minutes breaking the record for this city Many of the streets were flooded and a number of cellars wero almost filled with water while shade trees In som parts tit the city wore ruined and oth er minor damage was done While the wind was at its height the steamer Taraspon of the Evan- vine Packet Cos line broke from her moorings at tho wharf The boot was finally caught by an excursion steamer and with tho help of the life savers was towed back to the wharf after a hard struggle In which great heroism was displayed by Mary Diu phy achambermaid who aided Cap- Zoll and the second mate in their ef forts tuntagle the lines In order that the ur savers might secure the Taras con to the boat which had come out to kescueA Negro roustabouts who wero on tho Tarascon when sho broke loose became panicstricken and re fused to give any aid SAT ON THE TRACK tCrippled Tramp Fatally Mangled By a Work Train atl Hawesville Hawesville Ky June 13A C Hathaway a crippled tramp was kill ed here Thursday by a work train He deliberately sat on this track and when the train approached thrust out a arm which was severed Ho was token to Iploverport whoro he bled to death He was about 30 years old and u member of a Louisvula mason lodge He told an officer here that b Intended to kill himself Stared at An Automobile 4 Williamstown Ky June 1GTho first automobile ever seen In Gran- county passed through this city Sunday morning and created more excite meat than the bloomer girl did who flew throughhcraioa ibicycle a few years ago the automobile was a two passenger gasolino power machine with a speed of about 20 miles an hour and was handled by a brace omen who evidently had a plethora of this worlds goods and who wire on the road for pleasure alone uryDisagreedJ- Aetlngton Ky June HTho Jury In the case of Will Mosby the Negro charged with the murder of J M Hawkins a prominent merchant has been discharged It stood six for the death penalty find the rest for acqui- tal on the first ballot On the last ballot 11 wero for manslaughter an one for the death penalty The trial lasted nine days- Nominated For Congress Paducah Ky June 13ln pursu ance to a call by Chairman Molt Ay res of the First congressional district tho democratic executive committee met here Thursday afternoon and again chose Ollio M James as tla nominee for congress Because th election was not held under tho Car roll law a few weeks ago the renomin- flea resulted Thursday A Union Depot Lexington Ky June HIt is giv en out that the Chesapeake 8 Ohio andI Louisville Nashvlllo railroads wi I erect a fine union depot in this city President Stevens ki the C 0 and General Manager Smith of th L 8 N have it is said agreed on terms A Strike at Paducah Paducah Ky June 13A number 1of plumbers helpers and laborers went on a strike at the Paducah Gas 8 Electric Cos plant They claim plumbers imported from Pooria 111 are being paid higher wags than tho home plumbers A Union Miner Fined Madisonville Ky Juno 14 Samuel Jones a union minor was arrested by Marshall Blanks of Mortons Gap charged with carrying concealed dead ly weapons Ho was sent to jail in default of the payment of a fine of 25 and costs Fatally Injured By a Rooster Hopkinsville Ky Juno 1GA little daughter of William Blankenship was attacked bya rooster and so badly Injured that it is thought she will die The bird sank Its spurs In the top the childs head penetrating the brain Shot Over a Debt Newport Ky June 16Henry Dod son shot and probably mortally wounded Thomas Mains who lives ono shanty boat on the river near Brent Station on the C O railroad The dif ficulty arose over a debt of 135 which Mains owed Dodson Quarreled Over a Fish Smithland Kjr June 16 James H Morris shot ami fatally wounded his brother Frank ha a quarrel over the possession of a fab They are well known citizens Jaraet Ja ander ar rest KENTUCKY EDITORS OUTING Secretary Morningstar Arranging For 4Rfeir Visit to Michigan Mt Clemens Mich June 14Robt E Mornlngstar secretary of the Ken tucky Press association is hero in conference with Manager Morse of I The Avery and the mayor of the city in reference to the programme of en tertainment upon the occasion of the visit of the Kentucky editors with their wives and sweethearts the first week in July Mr Mornlngstar ex pressed himself u being delighted with the proffered hospitalities and thinks that this years Michigan out lireeBluegrass boys and girls have ever experienced STUDYs oftCivil War at Louisville Louisville Ky Juno 13No formal action has been taken in tho case of oldrgirl who refused to sing Marching theLEighth ward school and who stopped her ears with her fingers that sho might not hear it The school board will consider the case and It Is not improbable that the study of the civil war In tho public schools wlllba stop ped Until within the last few years this phase of American history was tabooed in the schools here and it is believed that there is still too much feeling for it to bo continued SILVER MINE OPENED One Found in Laurel County Which Assays 80 Per Ton rBarbourville Ky June d4A sil Laurelncounty which Is turning out ore valued at SO per ton The mine is located on Woods creek and it is said to havo onlycdevelopedeThe thickness of the ore rock steady fIr Increases as tho work progresses and it iis thought It will reach six feet Miuur Nelson Stewart and Cornelius rhotmine will prove one of great value Brought in a Big NefftBarbourville Ky Juno 1GTho At lantic and Pacific Oil Co of Now York brought in the biggest gas well ever struck in Kentucky The well Is fromfhere and was struck at a depth of 400 JQ tAll op9ratiansitadbeonrtoplnid when gas began to gush to an immense height and it is feared it will catch fire All fires around the well were put out and the boiler Vas moved QuartersrLexington Ky Juno HThe Ken tucky Trotting Horse Breeders asso thout sands in making its track the ideal stad bles model jogging roads and other improvements will be made As it is about 900 racers trotters and pacers are wintered here Wife Murderer Caught Richmond Ky June 1GJohn Lat foon charged with the murder of his wife at Valley View was caught In thisewaseconsiderable excitement upon the ar violenceawas offered Fatal Fight Over a Drink Barbourville Ky June 16ln a fight over a drink Bert Catron shot Ilsad lulled Charles Hinkle in a distil lery near here Catron is a son of ex Sheriff Catron and Hinkle a son a promscnently in the Goebel murder trials Catron surrendered Acknowledged He Shot to Kill Paintsvllle Ky June 13Dave Edwards who was indicted for shooting with intent to kill a mine Inspector went to trial Friday When the case was called Edwards pleaded guilty but the prosecution asked that evidence be heard in the case Grocers Arrested Henderson Ky June 13 Thirteen of Hendersons leading grocers wet notified to appear in pollee court Fri day to answer charges of selling un labeled adulterated food products The warrants were sworn out by City Pros ecuting Attorney Banks Gov Beckham Visiting Lexington hyJun tGov and MrsJ C W Beckham Mrs Julia Beckham of Frankfort the Misses Smith Misses Fuqua of Owensboro ofand KrlsMon of Chicago are guests of S L Van Meter at his country place ror a few days Will Winter in the Blue Grass Lexington Ky Juno HCal1t S Brown of Pittsburg who recently bought a 32000 farm near tills city will fullers the example of Henry M Zeigler crf Clncinnatl and Arthur FeatherstoneT of Chicago and wrote his racers in the blue grass Struck By Lightning Lancaster Ky June 14 While rid ing along the road Luther Ray of Buckeye this county was struck by lightning He was painfully but no dangerously injured His horse was instantly killed t PRESCRIBED BY MR HILL A Method of TrntEviln lass uate of Combine Mr James J Hill is the man who is always to be listened to respectfully but evermaderespectful attention than the address he delis Bred at the dinner of the Illinois Man ufacturers association in Chicagore cently Mr Hill professed to discuss ifudrestide1tU been ithegbetitlecomprhenshcIres5NaturallyJ 1rIillstabjestr trust question at two of its vital poinfg the tariff and excessive capitalize tion As for the former Mr Hill tfi ilJuseCulnesiicould see no reason why congress un- derI its power to regulate commercex nnincorporntion beobligedtheir capital stock was actually P3ii up either in cash or in property That the tariff ie becoming nburddn tJparentcapetnlization rinthe excessive cnpitalijition which Mr Hill complains of would hardly be pot sible in industrials The certainty ot THE THING foreign competition would leave the promoter without his occupation anti terminate the practice of selling prod profits which after all is the source of moat of the evil in the ju dicious combination The cnpitaliza Jon of prospective makes it necessary to corn dividend not only on the investment but on the prospective earnings The established method of xploitationjiap proximately the value of the property and stock to the uttermost limit of the promoters imngination Wherti stockison the bonds or the property will pass into the hands of a receiver If the stockholders receive anything the laborer and the consumer must both be squeezed The monopoly raises rawfprices for its finished prpduct re material holds its employes down to the lowest possible wage and struggles to exist under a load of fraudulent evidences of investment There can be no commercial stability under methods that nullify one of the primary laws of trade and even adoptedbyadvocates must eventually establish itself1s lie said in his speech the laws of trade are as certain as the laws of gravitation They operate aiore however Sometimes they dee vastating commercial panic has razed the industrial structure to its founda tions At rare intervals governments are capable of foreseeing the consequences of tampering with the laws of trade and they either remove abnor mal conditions or establish normal conditions in the name of the general welfare But it is needless to say that congress could accomplish little in the way of suppressing excessive capitali tbntinvitesincourages the promoter to capitalize not only the profits but the tariff theSthe other violation of the law of trade and the secondary effect cannot be cured while the primary law is nour ished The Ohio republican declaration that we will give the Filipinos bet ter folhlmvoice charmstan anvtthan it can provide for itself Hart fort Times COST AND PROSPERITY Benefit Which Are Realized fatal by Member of Trusts and Monopolle The great prosperity of the countrj redounds most to the benefit of trio1 proprietors tho manufacturers whc are combined in trusts with a tariff which gives them vast profits on their products and to corporations trans acting business in violation of the national and state antitrust laws The prosperity k1 abundant but it ia con fined to a fevsnytlie Chicago Chroni cle The great maiss of the people of the country live on stated wages All the money earned by the vast majority comes to them as wages and salaries which cannot be advanced as the cos of living increases day by day The result is obvious The man Jiving on his salary or wages finds hi doily expenses for himself and family much greater than formerly while hiwages or salary remains about the same The men living on fixed wages and they compose ninetenths of the male population have no share in the national prosperity On the contrary they are worse o relatively than they were before the tidal wave of prosperity swept livingthdaily 1e con be stated at an average of 25 pel cent more than the cost before pros perity arrived Every householder ca estimate for himself the harvest oii prosperity which he has gathered There are few necessaries of lif that have not advanced itt least 10 pet cent in cost within two yvars Many of the necessaries of life have ad vanced 40 or 50 per cent in cost Same necessaries hate advanced from 80 4 THAT THEY FEAR I I pective profits l i slowly 7 30 per lent The average is at least 2 per cent There ls been no corresponding increase in the amounts received by any wage earners in the country The trusts monopolies and combines have monopolized the harvest of prosperity None of the fruits goes to the common everyday citizen trying to live on hu earnings which arc the same as they were before we had our prosperity It is true that there are few or no i idle men Our prosperity has given employment to many thousands who had been unable for years to obtain a livelihood by labor which they were willing and anxious to perform In that respect our prosperity has been of benefit to others aside from members of the trusts and combines But that iis its limit While it has givem means for a livelihood to many thousands who before it came were idle it has not increased the means of a livelihood enjoyed by those who had not been idle On the contrary while not increasing their pay and wages it has increased by at least onequarter all the expenses of their homes and methods of life- PRESS COMMENTS I So far no apologist for the Philippine policy of coercion and cruelty has answered the speech of Senator Hoar It is invulnerable be cause it is trueN Y World The Cuban reciprocity measure could be brought in home with a sac rifice hit on tariff revision but that strike tho republicans arc unwilling to make Indianapolis News Ind The PhUindclphia Press re marks that the democratic party is having a whole lot of trouble to get an issue that will keep over night Perhaps this iis a mere ruse to get the democrats to slOw their hand The democrats are not in power now and it is not incumbent on them to come forward with issues Their present business is rather to pester the re publicans about what theyhave on their hands It is the party in power which just now has to make good Cincinnati Enquirer Having bought the Philippines from Spain for 52000000 with an in surrection thrown init now appears that we are likewise to buy up the real estate holdings of the religious orders in the islands Just when shall get through paying for pro Cl tj which iis already netting us u loss of perhaps 50000000 per year is a question which is eventually going to interest the taxpayer whether his sympathies Le imperialistic U otherwise Chicago ChronicleI BELIABLE R B B REV ARD Has a Superior Stock of the best maket of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredat ONE PRICE1 and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTLJ AS REPRBSBNTiD t 1ROOFING A SPECIALTY IIIIZMAIlI i IIIIK ENTITCBYnCapital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits r 20000 Tenniand Manufacturers respectfully solicited 0tand Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Paten Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T Cas6terLAaat niOKMAN WAGON COMA- KDFACTORKUH or THE CELEDRATEB EZQEMAm WAGtQtIS E3LCKMAN XENTUOKY 1 The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers toTexas go via Cairo and the i unliT STABLEoPPomcfEB R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr First class turnouts 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OLIVERB- lacksmith and Undertaker J HICKMAN KENTUCKY IVEMB A TRIAL when yen wadi veptllrinewagons apeciltyIUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood sad solid HI eel Vt stint Coffine sad Oases wblek eaiE6- itsd or in abort notice and at reatea ibis prices Guts are R call felt Shop near the Jail CITY BARBER SHOP To my oH C torasrs We are bee to taT Kofeqy wiU a pijifciatji you trota ser tNN i sI ltdbe H U Oe4 wafc- tt W OM U r- r rJ Y j 1- y r i i t r I 1 t i r ii GODS OPPORTUNITY It Is Most Perfectly Realized Dur ing Mans Extremity Sermon by the MlffhTvay and II j vny t Preacher on One of the Profound eIIIIt Secrets of a Happy and Sue cevMfuI Chrl tlnn Life Copyright 1902 by AN Keiloers Newspa per Co Chicago June 15 1902 toMyr pertcctInweaknessIL Pauls Experience Here in th twelfth chapter of second Corinthians we touch the extremes in Pauls 1f and from the third Heaven in Paradise where his soul was in such transports of celestial joy that he knew not whether he was in the bodor out the body and where he heard things which never mortal ear heard him cpeak they were so sacred from th glorious height to which God by sp cial favor raised him we find him a few verses farther on plunging down to the depths of human misery and weak infirmitytherid of the blessed facef his Lord and shout all the joy from his Christian ex perience This thorn in the flesh th messenger of Satan was the one plaguespot of his life the fly of corruption in the ointment of his fra rant Christian life Down on h knees in the dust goes Paul and he beseeches God not once nor twit but thrice that it might depart fro him Then like the rift in the da glorjesl transformingthatJ U ding into a glowing glistening mounl btautythtnlaulwisdom of God his thorn in the flesh I is to become all aglow with the gla and power of ChrIst that instead of b ugon5zed transformed and become a subduingI softening influence on his life It is to be no longer a thorn of sorrotvinbut a fragrant rose of gladness or his heart breaks forth into song as he exclaims Most gladly therefore will I glory in my infirmities that ii power of Christ may rest upon me 1 Ills thorn has become Gods golden tt ped goad to better service FleshPerhnpstbere of Paul over which there has been more speculation than this thorn intothe flesh and the curiosity to know just what that thorn was As though exact knowledge in this respect wou aid in better understanding the ex perience and learning its lesson lam decidedly of the opinion that Paul Spirleftin order that the followers of Jesus Christ might realize that their infirm ity their thorn in the flesh whatever it mightbecould be treated in the sameII way as that of Paul and become glor iously transformed even as was his You see if Paul had been explicit the wopldbeexperience and Me and Paul would be his theme and many a poor dis fouraged brother with a different kind of a thorn would go sadly away bearing his unchanged thorn with him A thorn is a thorn whether you find it on a rosebush or a thistle and the tame hand can turn the point of both1 from piercing the tender flesh So the Lord can deal with all thorns in the flesh and transform them into ministering influences Pauls undoubtedly was a desper ate case his thorn of such a stub oorn nature as to tax the utmost pow oCr of Christ to help him bear it Paul under the direct inspiration of The Holy Spirit was made to declare himself the chiefest of sinners in order neat he might become the great exam pIe of the saving power of Jesus Christ BO in his thorn he gives encouragement to all similarly afflicted If the Lord was able to transform his thorn Ills grace was sufficient to soothe the lacerations made by its lancet point then there is hope for you and me nnd we can come with boldness to the I throne of grace and obtain mercy nedII find grace to help in time of need These thorns are present in every life to a greater or less degree A thorn in the flesh is an irritating In fluence or circumstance in life r 1 y bodily infirmity any weakness a hurtful lust or desire These may classified under two divisions Thorns of a permanent character such BS physical deformity or weakness and the temporary thorns of daily trio difficulties burdens perplexities misfortunes persecutions etc Iat thorn was undoubtedly of a permanent rharacter but his experience has application no less to the tempora petty thorns of the daily life It is the little foxes that spoil the vin and it is not so often the great tli raysUsas it is the many little thorns You may have in your life the perman thorn You know what it is You mist certainly have the little thofleetensnt piercing your weary feet day by and pricking and irritating the btt hands Tins experience of Paul is for roll and if you will but learn his secret you too can rejoice with him because the power of Christ can rest upon y and make that thorn big or littleInc means of grace and to more consecrated efficient service PersrsfMit Prayer With his thorn 1 goading him to madness Paul finds refuge in prayer the Christians sure bafen in the time of darkness doubt anil difficulty Three times he goes to fheIan3elpleads his tase- l lipW many hours anifays of agony a n darkness are included in the three times that Paul sought the pre I rl fJ Lord lie does not say encfj is that Pauls was no hastilyuttered prayer no rushing into the presence of the Lord and a rushing out again to some task of tentmaking to make 1 lodginithone request on his lips he pours out his soul before his Lord in anguish of Crhc stareintoi desire s prayerhichw if Thou wilt Thou canst make me clean sightSeeg Jesus each with one petition on his somesupreisleper r the blind the centurion for his ser swecome with one persistent cry which never failed to reach the Masters ear Paul goes over his whole case with ofthe Lord he opens up his heart to till Divine love and sympathy he makes jhis request known God hears but does tnot answer and Paul leaves his clostt anr1 about him Xo light from God No an swer Ah Christian is this your ex J perience Hare you pleaded your umr request before the Lord in your closet alone and gone out again with no light utand no jOl The fault is not that of FatherSjbut is due to your own condition of jheart which as yet is not ready for ti muttgto allSI things andwe ask and receive not because we ask amiss without at first owej mmPark1 is in darkness but he knows the trouble Gotj c With David he can exclaim Why artI thou cast flown 0 my soul and why art thou disquieted mc2 Hope ths ftndit ngainheCodrrheartit i blessing cleansed from selfish motive and desire and his will is brought into ha erhapshewas of getting out of practical touch+ i tL dthe need constantdwellingences This is one danger which besets ethe deeply spiritual today We ne pthe mountai top xperiences wemaj have them but we must not build our temples there oneforwe must get down among the multitudes seek and to save the lost Christ went down from thejnountain of teattscanfiguration to the death ou the cross ldWe must come down from our mountaintop experiences and give our lives againAsHe teach yon and you will come to re 7 givelestre n measure through the abundance of the revelation Paul ofsit presencethereageseekingfreshed is thereto remain and he is sorely buf ford There is joyless submission on his part He must endure for Jesus sake Ah how often this is the cote U tion of the Christian heart IlPnl i tion that the affliction the infirmity must be borne but a joylessness in it all which is liicourlhrin and dishrart ruing With Paul we need to get b3cIiinto our closets a third time and hear the sweet tones of our Master so 4iMy grace is sufficient for thce f uiy strength is made perfect in weal singitgwithre will J rather glory in my infrmiti that the potter of Christ may rest upon me 1sStrength Made PertctThtrro adiffernceper feet and strength made manifest The J helpless and submissive babe in ti acThe mothers arms snuggles close and draws its nourishment and obtains its 1 rest under her sheltering protection and thus is her r 1 ptif1 I tie babe Out on the street midst theJJ gathering crowd the bluecoated ofll whoIfret I dote The officer finally subdues hismen1 prisoner and hustles him off to retheirlockup Here is strength made mani fest 1 Here is the little acorn with t germ of the mighty oak within the 1 i 11 petsInbeswelling throbbing life 1 pushes down and up and the strength of nature is made perfect in the 1l thetreeshakeslsits spreading in the warming aalssunshine and reCr ridtoI sestetits roots downward to the trickII aitsling stream below nil continue prer fection in the submissive will of t tree The darkening sky in the w ebetokens the eatogl asovathe whirling clouds and rushing win dsandsweep violently by lo we find our bize great oak lying low before us and re J conrulent i strength of nature has been made man i is a human life through rh T strengthy and power AS long as that life is sub t nis I sire to tile Divine will the siren of God is made perfect in that life instant that life seeks its ousaud way contrary forces are set to i work It mqj prosper in the ways of the world Behold these are the un 1 godly who prosper in the world the increase in riches And as we behold jlicleansed myhcartfncainnndtrashedmybanin ds as it doec jou Lenilits he g Son to say f went into the sanctuary of J God then understood I their end J fltah fubinitied to the will of God l and obediently constructed the For 100 years he became the nrkIi of ridicule of an unbelieving world andi was looked upon as a weak and spirit less member of the human family butt the power of God was made perfect in his submissive weakness when tbf ark he had constructed bore him safe 1 ly on the breast of the mighty flood while those who prided themselves in their own strength and wisdom were resting in watery graves Abraham by his blind obedience to the Divine com mand established nation and pre pared the way for the coming off Christ And in Christ we find the pert feet exemplification of the might pow er of God being made perfect inI weakness When Peter drew his ord in protection of his Lord in the Garden of Gethsemane when the Koman soldiers and officers of tile temple carne to arrest him he turned to that zealous disciple and said Thinkest thou that I cannot notS pray to my Father aria He shall pre c ently gee me more than j legions o f gels Yea verily He might but would not for the strength of God was to be made perfect in His weakness The seeming defeat on the cross enI ahled Paul to write For I am not ashamedof the Gospel of Christ for it iis the power of God unto salvation I to seen one that believeth Mans Extremity Gods Opportunity- p And if Gods strength is made per fect in weakness it must needs be that mens extremity becomes Gods opportunity God cannot do much with the soul that Is trusting in its n strengthand wisdom and wi not recognize a need outside of itself nut let a soul get to the end of itself as did Paul and the grace of God is faun sufficient and His strength is made manifest in the confessed weakness itJesus couldnt do much for the young man who camp to him seeking the way of eternal life because he was trust ing in the riches he was not willing to give up but across the lake of Galilee t in the country of the Gadarenes He met the poof demonpossessed mant and in answer to his ry gave him de 0rcame to the end of himself and turnedj to Christ for help soon found himself in Paradise with his Lord The at1i thief on the cross who stubbornly re fused to recognize the Christ but re v fled Him passed on into darknessa f mancopportunitInt for him his own destruction The helpless sinner at Je ys feet i raised up a cleansedl and saved souL God has to get a man down before help him up Man cannot at from his own sufficiency into the Ring dom of God He must realize a desperate need His cry must be Lord sa or I perish The Christian at Jesus feet discouraged aria disheartened nlwith hiown effort to do and to over come finds he can do all things through Christ who etrenpthertit trim Rev F B Meyer pastor Christ thatch London says Do n down before that mistaken marri that uncongenial business that physical weakness as though thy must be a failure but take in large r inforcements of that Divine grace which is given to till weak and to rhowwho have no might It is clear that St thyit was a matter of deep congratulation for him to be deficient in much that men hold dear and to have what most men dread He rejoiced in tl1a that diminished creaturemight nridno GodrorJoy in Infirmities When Paul real ized that Gods strength was made perfect in his weakness a new source of joj was opened up to him Ah die nified and glorified that day when tbia blessed truth burst upon his spiritual vision Paul emerges from the gloom of his physical infirmity into the glor ious light of the presence of his Lordl thorn is no longer there as a thorn but has become the evidence of the presence of the grace and power of God This is your privilege too and mine The thorn in the flesh the itdafty trial and disappointment the misfortune aria privation may all transforms into blessings On the busy streets of the down town district of Chicago where strong rush to and fro in the vigor viand manhood mnnipulating large rn terprises and managing great ratalt lishments there slowly moves an al eshehung around his neck from the sale of1n which he gains his livelihood His limbs are twisted aria helpless his mis shaped frame trembles with distress markrrid with lines of care and suffering lhis eyes are fixed on the walk before him order that he may be sure of Ilidof ground as he drags his shuffling fsetand along while the crutches under 1 cisOn straining shoulders support him What LPlpleuheksthe ness in the midst of throbbing phis 7tsides liftman strength and life Surely the cripple is the picture of distress suffering and human woe Sure lyand yalou brotlieirer r for we are blood relations both cleansed hfeltath sons tiIKingdom with Christ as our elder brother As m3 salutation reaches fratheme ryes greets die a smile The face is transformed in an instant with the peace ins joy from within which comes from the ini I dwelling Christ and he makes cheery reply Not a word about his weary j bod3 and distressing lot but Im re J 4n the Lord He is good to me Praise the Lord HcV coming coo Yes and when He comes He will Ii one soul at least watching for Him ttcl3oi rejoicing iupresert infirmities because Gods grace is sufficient for him n adorGods htrength hi made perfect In hIweakness S l I DISCOVERY OF NERVOCIDINE A Powerful Anesthetle That Is fad from a Ilniit Which Gruvra in India A new local anesthetic obta oed basuhasuto careful examination by some lIun garian actionwas lumeDrDalmawbo basubafupulpitis r agtntwbichJ1 thePittsburgseparated the attire principles of the plant which proved to be an alkaloid and in his later experiments he used atthealkaloidsalthasIn weaksolution 110 of 120 per cent nervocidine produced a marked local anesthesia warmbloodedper cent solution applied to the hn burningensationLion followed after 20 minutes by an fivehourscornea regained its normal condition A 119 nenocidmebrushedthe cheek caused local anesthesia of the tongueaccompanitd itof taste and the perception of heat and coldAttempts to produce local anes Isdyetbeengenera of nervocidine on the system was that paralyEisAll the experiments proved that nerv theticproducingthan onehalfper ishowetrersuch as tile local irritation to which itpees rise the slow production of the anesthetic state from ten to 20 min fifes being required and a liability to athesavomitinglivationgen edseal poisoning RIVALi I I Shoes with Dull Finish Are Now In HeYosue for Drrns Oe epcnstoas Dull finish ehoes are to take the replace of patent leather for fashion able wear The change cannot lIt accounted for aria the news of it will cause regret But the edict hits been issued that henceforth any one who shoeikidtdullfinished kid shoes have perforated and fancifully orna feThe mentcd tipsPcuet higher than before and sometimes i strapllidl thate oopening All shoes except those for CdoorLouis Quinze heel Plain heels an longer fashionable comeintothey may be ornamented as clabor ately as any one desires There isi out dainty little design of tiny sprays of flowers which will be worked in black silk and small bloc pearls Nowhere do black pearls seem more suitable than on the dainty little black evening slippers Sometimes the entire sutured toe is incrusted with black pearls White gleamingStrawberry Shortbread This is commonly known as short becake but the true shortcake is made without sugar or egg Make a rich baking powder biscuit dough The butter should be very cold and tar rubbed into the flour and ths flour moistened with cream or poi cream and part milk Have th dough soft enough to pet out into n fiat cake halt an inch thick Lay it a buttered pan and bake in a rather quick oven for 25 or 30 min arcs While it is hot trim off the crust around the edges so the cake equalhalmsened butter on each half crush n pint ripe strawberries sweeten to taste spreadan the buttered halves the lower half of the cake ar range a layer of whole berries Place other half on top with crust down and decorate with whole powderedcream Washington Star White Sauce A white sauce that is excellent to serve with hot steamed puddings it made by dissolving in a halt a cupful of coM water a tablespoonful of corn starch When blended add a half a cupful of powdered sugar a pinch of salt and a cupful of boiling water Pt on the fire in a double boiler and boil 15 minutes stirring constantly Add the whites of two eggs beaten stiff a teaspoonful of vanilla and two tablespoonfuls of sherry lemove from the fire and beat untilcold N Y Post GreensnridWash young beets very clean but not separate the roots from the leaves boil in salted boiling water threequarters of an hour drainJJ wejl in a colander dress with butterII vinegarLatliea11orld L Another Step Forward thouhtoutsupplement itHe the artists draw a full page picture of Mont Pelee in action and 1 rubbedlota is touched occursThewtcgrapnhowiows after the explosion gets the first eye f itClevelandlninT Dont Get Foot ore Get Footlime hotachingEaceAcceptFREEAddressAn Hctimnte of Art Hare you ever written anything that you idire hopetomoneunington LaCrossellisthousand dollars to wipe out the debt on the La Cro e Y M C A Mr Falzer thoughan extremely busy man fends time to philanthropic A Hard One The eminent Boston professor who de laugungesiuentedGeorgetown man with a hue lip who is teaching a parrot to talk Washington Post DayTakeAUdruggistsrefundmoney JStocluJonBonde in de minin business mahscf now In mining business eh Yas sah Kal ttoinininY Philadelphia Press When a woman ends unpleasant things to a tbatbagoodCbiclgoFits Permanently Cured No fits after NervoHcstorerKline Ltd 931 Arch St Philadelphia Pa Selfreverence selfknowledge selfcon 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i I t 1 c- C e I k 4 0 ttji 1 ti- x i s xh j t r Vs H The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY I I CURRENT TOPICS I President Roosevelt shaves himself everyday Russia excludes Mark Twains books from the mans Sir Thomas Lipton will again race for Americas cup The United States produces 29 percent of tha worlds coaL Absolom Bainbridge who aided Booth to escape is dead President Roosevelt in his dally walks and drives carries a revolver The Missouri State university is confer the degree of doctor of laws- on Mark Twain at the coming comt mencementBecause ho thought his wife loved her poodle dog better than she loved him George Holocner of Camden committee suicide Berlin has to provide for 5280 pauper l lunatics among whom are a nut ber of exgovernment officials rsItartists and musicians Nearly 30J500 yards of sausage we rethe devoured in the eleven days of tho bock beer season at the Hofbrauhauj In Munich this spring Boston is erecting its first neighborhood town hall where there will be restaurants and recreation rooms for all who care to patronize Women teachers in Prussian schooll get besides free dwelling only 175 a year to begin with This is raised to 6390 after 31 years of service Nicaraguas latest purchase for her navy Is the obsolete German war vss eel Arminius which being 20 years upHamburg ntcity In the course of a terrible cyclq at Bugie Algeria a shower of ats and mice fell over the district for iliatnlspace of about a quarter of an hour covering the fields- Twentyfive dollars a year Is tiIceI subscription price of the Torthe rnAt published1nLhe paper sell for 50 cents At Boulogne the old chateau in ftrhich Napoleon L resided while su perintending the preparations for hisi justbeenIt is estimated that fully 30000000 people arellvlng in the United States under prohibition either by state law or by local option This is more than a third of the entire population of the republicIf the land planted in corn in United States this year were masse the FiHollandJ1Jtlftht otithosar oLaFr + j uermany Eight hundred and sixtynine nave I were published in the United States last year by 467 authors Only 50 ofathese wrote more than one book Three hundred and nine writers were m and 158 ejBishoptold an English audience recently th episcopal duties in his missionary fie are varied he having been called upon not long before to act as pigsticker at a native feast stLadyters will remain at the British em bass in Washington until her bus bands remains are placed on thesusUnited States warship which wlUoar Ty them to jsjThe1 dently alarmed some of the timorous jln Texas One of these believes the digging of so many oil wells near jBeaumont makes a general caveIn of that state a probability When a tenpound note was found the offertory box at the Kandu Myo Jin shrine at Toklo recently it was considered too big an amount to be I offered to a deity and the matter was forthwith reported to the police Two large laurel wreaths placed on the grave of the late Bret Harto at Frlmley bear the Inscription In Lov ing Remembrance From the Bohemian Club San Francisco and In Re anembrance From Sir Henry Irving In Vienna telephone booths are fur wished with napkins bearing the In- Scription Wipe If you please me napkins are changed frequently and this undoubtedly serves to keep the mouthpieces of the transmitters In good sanitary condition French has been made the official of language of the Quebec legislatu city council and board of tra Englishspeaking members will be lowed to use their own language of course but all the records are towkept in Franch The change is due tocthe growth of the French element incan the three bodies named Brazilian nut growers will soon be using hundreds of monkeys as lab ers on their plantations The exp eri ence was tried by a prominent planter two years ago and now he has a well trained band of 50 of the mischievous little animals who do work 1 athetEthoroughly sjAmethod of making artificial marble of tint3tfromtE that the natural product Arabic is the language of 200QOOOOO people who dwell In all quarters of theouglebe and at least 2000000 are nowW under the care of the United States InrE the Philippine Islands At Relkjavikv Iceland the temper ante tomes who are known as whi standingkhe prattheto nterdt STRIKERS AGAIN RIOTING Attempt to Start Electric Cars Was Cause of Demonstrations Pawtucket R I June lGThe pros ence of 700 armed men sent by Gov Kimball to restore order had little In fluence except in the central parts of thty1 where the soldiers DeformedJday afternoon rioting traits out one in the suburbs and spread to the neighboring tm city of Central Falls The re sumptlon of the electric service which had been abandoned since Thursd was the signal for demonstrations at the points where neither soldiers nor police were stationed and the charaC- ter of the attacks grew worse until the traction company was forced to aban don the car service- D The disorders extended over so gieat in area that the troops available we unable to handle the situation and it was said that before the usual car traffic can be resumed it will be necesI sary to place the city of Central Falls and parts of Cumberland Lincoln and North Providence unsay military con trot To do this an Increase in the number of troops will be necessary was demonstrated that the cars could not be operated in safety under present condition The tracks were obstructed and cars were pelted with stones by the mobs not only the suburbs of this city but In Central Falls Missiles struck many of thehe employes some of whom were injuredI and rolling stock was damaged About 3000 people gathered aroundI one car in Central Falls and their at titude was so threatening that a ma chine gun was loaded and two com ponies of marines were ordered tohas charge the crowd The car proceededl but the line was later abandoned The marines then marched through the and at another point the machine gun was made ready for action when authornst was imminent Mayor Fales of Cen Falls not having requested millj tar protection from the governor ask ed that the troops be withdrawn and this was done after two hours of serv a conference Sunday between Gov Kimball Mayor Fales and Gen Tanner it was decided that the militia would not be sent to Central Falls un til their services were requested ttrhe militia unintentionally Invaded Central Falls to quell a disturbance and the conference was for the PurPu sethe of preventing such a repetition disturbance occurred in this city Nor elsewhere during the forenoon and t troops patrolled even a greater stretch of preparatlon STORMdsherman Killed iy Lightning Two CChurches Struck at Chicaao 1ru vila18 Sunday art ernoon which wrought death caused panic among 100 Sundayschool chll proenp erty churches were struck by bolts one the Memorial Ger destroyedat fodngress streets was struck while the Sundayschool services were being held The bolt entered the and tore through the ceiling a panic among the child n The building caught fire but all the children were rescued without serlt Injury During the storm lightning dam 1 one of the steeples of the Ladj Sorrows church Jackson boule varde and Albany avenue Joseph Killiain while resting In a fish rmans hut on the shore of Lake Calumet was killed by lightning and whtoile progress many other persons received shocks BECAME PANICSTRICKEN Earthquake Shocks and Rumblings at a Syracuse Sicily Syracuse Sicily June 1GBiro earthquake shocks accompanied by sound of underground rumblings w experienced here Saturday night The inhabitants of Syracuse became pea stricken The disturbances did effect any damage For several days past the sky over Sicily has been overcast and the heat has been 0V4 whelming Shocks of earthquake reported from other parts of the Isla Sicily degreCommercial anize commercaltai telegraphers of Chicago who for several years have been without a unl ere organized Sunday by the Ameri Federation of Labor The n organization will be known as the International Union of Commercial Tee grapherser Betrothal of Prince Nichols Athens June 1GThD betrothal announced of Prince Nicholas the of Greintee Helen daugh of Grand Duke Vladimir of Rus Circus Tent Blown Down SIgourney la June 13The main of the Harris circus was blown down by high winds Thursday and 2 people wEgjnjured two oC them serf 1 ly Miss Clara Campbell aged 20 1 hurt about the back sad may not Strike Declared Off strltoiB Chicagoatch 8 atone time threatened to Involve entire Seventh district has beta oft J SURRENDER OF BO 3I It is thGreatest 1 Was Surrounded By Thousands wJj Who Struggled to Shake the Hand of Their Hero i f London caeiy ed here from thattheProceedfrige total of those who have already su BritIshposslblekin ness to the men who come In reThe appearance of Gen DeWet at the camp at Wlnburg was the signal enthusiasmWhen u GenHj Wet was at once surrounded u sands of Boer men women and chll dren who straggled and clamored to shake the hand DeWetj an address He warmly applauded tit staunch support that the women had given the burghers during the war which he said had greatly encouraged 1the men In the field Continuing Gen DeWet recommended his hearers to loyal to the new government and said Perhaps It is hard for you to hear this from my mouth but God has de tided thus I fought until there wasi no more hope of upholding our cause and however bitter It may be the time now come to lay down our firms As a Christian people God now de mantis that we be faithful to our new sovernment Let us submit to His de cis Ion Neither Gen De Set nor Mr Stayni former president of the old Orange FrO State was ever wounded during jthe war Gen DeWet has not seen his wife for two years The repatriation committee which has been formed to assist the Boers I In returning to their farms has a giI Jgantlc task before it The concentra lion camps will be converted Into sup returningburghers and restcck their farms The wives and families of the Boers will If desired be maintained at the expense of government while pe burghers are preparing the farms for their reception Two thousand of the na kelianal scouts who fought upon the British side during Ute war will 1m mediately be disbanded and each scout will be provided with a per and enabled to return to his farm London June l6A dispatch from Lord Kitchener dated Pretoria Satur day June 14 says tnat 2594 Boers Jjavg IInrd c Ai vwj 3Mg JSrTune 12 and that everything Is proceeding most satisfactorily WEST VIRGINIA STRIKE Effort Made to Enlist the CoOperation of the Railroad Men Clarksburg W Va June lGAn ef Is being made to induce the railroad men to refuse to Handle coalallmined in this district Success in th I would mean a complete suspension Disthe mining There Is some little uneasl OrganIzersWest Virginia Central to induce a strike among the miners of the Davis Elkins syndicate Mother Jones and others addressed 300 hundred men Sunday at Willow Tree school hou near Monongahela The crowd was largely composed of women children and farmers ROW BOAT OVERTURNED Three People Drowned in Lake Huro Near Edison Beach Mich Port Huron Mich June 16 During gale Sunday afternoon Arthur Martin aged 21 Beatrice Abraham aged 14 and Norma werigre ovaer teaerechm anumber dlctinj0 young people The storm blew up sud shoreMartin I PTswampareedj bodldJq LATE CONGRESSMAN CUMMINGS to 4 The Letter Carriers of Savannah He onMemorial Services Sunday ewSavannah Ga June 1tiThe 1 ter carriers of Savannah held me m 4 rial services Sunday night at St Stephens Episcopal church in otheCum champiscisBranch No 678 of tne National As- socIation of Letter S senleesneverfaIHng 1 ers were highly eulogized SundayDallas firstUmeincorporatednear absolutely I experiencedEverythinga 1 saloon beer garden resortwasImperial Limited Train Service CanadianPacIficIts Im perlal limited train service Sundt CrimiMontreal h01l1LTnew i J JBROUGHT TO BAY- s Desperate Criminal Captured After a Fight With Officers Marion Ind June l7After a desperate battle between local officers In which 30 or 40 shots were exchanged in a chase of daHendersonin Indianapolis for various of nses was brought to bay Monday afternoon Henderson did not surrender however until ho had Deen shot several times by the officers His wounds are not necessarily fatal Lon Henderson has been known as one of the most desperate criminals Indianapolis has produced The shoot yourappearance from that city in March On the morning of March 18 he was found by Capt Hyland burglarizing the Fulton market Capt Hyland way lshot in the side and Mercaant Policeman Bell who came to H lands as was shot in the forehead enderson escaped but left a trail of blood behind Four days later Henderson with Frank Hedges was stopped by Patrol man Alberts as suspicious characters eBoth opened fire shooting Alberts In the side and back Both escaped ataw the time but Hedges was afterwards captured and is now in the workhouse He admitted he was one of the men who did the shooting All three officers recovered from their w ounds VENEZUELAN REVOLUTION One of the Most Formidable That Has Arisen There In Years Washington June 17In well Informed diplomatic quarters here the impression prevails that the revolution which Is at present threatening President Castro of Venezuela is perhaps the most formidable of any that has arisen there during the past few years Nevertheless as long as the revolutionists can be confined in their I movements to outlaying towns and be kept away tram the central points of administration such as Caracas or the city of Valencia It Is thought here that there is no possibility of final success for the opponents of the Cos tro administration If the revolutionists fail in thejr purpose this time It Is believed the accomplishment of their aim can be relegated to a rather distant future Senir Augusta Pulido the Venezue- lan1 charge daffaires has not receive- da advices from his country touch- Ing the progress of the revolutionary movement In his last mall he recelv da letter from tho Venezuelan sacra baythat revolutionary committees are using the cable stations at Trinidad and at Curacoa to magnify minor Insurgent victories Into overwhelming dAta wt 3tof tlsiwrnmeuprnDE- SPERATE PRISONER Condemned Murderer Fired the Jail and Hanged Himself Elliott City Mdf June 17John Johnson a Negro murderer who is awaiting the execution of the death sentence on Friday Monday fired the and hanged himself in his cell Johan set fire to his clothing which piled against the woodwork of hisIcell The warden discovered the blaze and extinguished it before any great damage had been done Shortly alt er locking the man in anotner cell the j attendants were attracted to his com partment by strange noises and upon investigation found Johnson hanging sussependers as a noose When cut down be fought the jailers viciously and en deavored to butt out his brains against the walls A straight jacket was put on the prisoner The sheriff thinks Johnson Is not seriously Injured namednJones are to be hanged on Friday for the murder In March of Israel Rnfl olsky a jewelry peddler For the McKinley Fund Cleveland 0 June 17Col Myron T Herrick treasurer of the McKinley A National Memorial association has received through the banking house of Morgan Harjes E Co Paris their for 7314 forwarded in behalf of the Purls committee of the memorial associationthe result of efforts of the committee there and princi ally the receipts from the concert given in Paris in aid of the McKinles national memorial fund Queen Wilhelmina Convalescing Berlin June l7Queen Wilhelmina of Holland is convalescing at Castle ZahnldShe drives out dally with the queen mother and is recovering her color The young queen smilingly acknowl wet0whom she passes Injunction Against Steel Trust Newark N J June nVlce Chan inonnent the preliminary Injunction graut ed a week ago restraining the United States steel corporation from convert Ing 200000000 of its preferred stock Into bonds Counsel for the defendant gave notice of appeal In Memory of George eabody Peabody Mass June 11m honor to the memory of the great phllanthro PEst George Peabody of London and America a tablet was unveileu by the Peabody Historical society in front of the house here in which Mr Peabody was born Kilauea In Eruption Honolulu June 10 via San Fran cisco June 17 Politer reports from theYeruption of Kilauea Is continuing andat many people here are planning to make the trip to witness the spectacle AN AMATEUR DETECTIVE I A Knight of the RMIOF Who Sbowecll ioaltScationa for the Sleuth 1rofeailon inbarbera He astonished one of his customers the othery by asking him if he CTf not Ictt hand The man admitted toot he was and protabltieeny hatXo I have otherwaysof toothathYel admitted yourguelEesuIts easy said the barber In sham pooing your head 1 noticed ink on your hair at the left This ink I concluded mutt earwhich fliers from a pen resting on r left indicated that you were arson who used a pen a great deal as onl such penracksThat didnt convince me that you were literaryOranear professionwhen theinkdiscoveredtwobut a bookkeeper uses red and black ink so it bookkeperI theinkalelthandedUiewhenearWonderful customerforhiler ROUGH ON MARK TWAIN Am EnclUhraan Appreciation of One f CBKuncry DepetrB Lit tle Jukex andMarktrip across the ocean One night a dinner was given and Twain was called upon for a ist characteristicalldown amid applause Mr liepew wu next call PostMrspeechesbeCoreered mine His in to bad that I wont disgrace him by repeating it Then Mr De laughedThe was pacing the deck an Englishman came up to himMr thoughtthatspeech of his which you delivered last night- swa certainly the worst drivel 1 ever heard Her Strong Iolnf Can you ting said the theatricalman ager Not the least in the world replied the jobCanSot a bit youngladour company1 You ought to see me try to do a song and dance Its the funniest thing in the world Chicago Tribune none in Stock- I observe said the literary customert tiat concealment like a worm ithe bud th preservedon the damask cheek of tome of these apples That is a poetical quo attoI presume you have read Shakes seare applejtl dealer So sir Thais a variety l 8J- lever heard t 7 caio ribunet An tnfavornlile Symptom You have what I calla quinine cough said the doctor proceeding to mix adose of medicine for his caller And a quinine cough I suppose wheezed the patient iit a tort of Yeruy- iaLarkFoutlts n Companion Fussy Old Gentleman I want a pair of I thisIany Anything falsetocountryBishop Xeyer put off till tomorrow what you can get some one else to do today Ohio StateJournal ROSEBUD INDIAN SETTLEMENT HALF MILLION ACRES OF RICH LANDS TO BE THROWN OPEN FINEST GRAZING AND FARMING LANDS DIRECT RAILROAD XOW BUILDING builtbysteel S D brings to mind the treaty recently made with the chiefs of the warlike Sioux 1which part of the famous Rosebud Reservation is to be turned over to the government and one more of the few choice tracts of public lands now remaining be thus opened to settlement The land in question lies between the Missouri and Niobrara rivers and is ell watered and fertile Farm lands atfromat from 6 to 15 The country is level or slightly roll g consisting of black loam with clay subsoil making the very best of farm r OU CM DO IT TOO y buyiarprices savin 1 15 to 40 percent on every thine they use You can do it too Why not ask us to kuyou our 1000 page catalogue 1it tells the story Send 15 cents for it today S CHICAGO The house that tells the truth flrusJtttewcnItraI MISS LAURA HOWARD I Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound After the Best Doc tors Had Failed To Help Her Ii DEAR MRS PLVXHAM Ican thank you for perfect health today Life looked so dark to me a year or two limbsrswelled I had dizzy spells and never i MISS LAURA HOWARD CHICAGO knew one day how I would feel the next I was nervous and had no appetite neither could I sleep soundly nights Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound used in con junction with your Sanative Wash did more for me than nIl the medicines and the skill of the doctors For eight months 1 have enjoyed perfect health I verily believe that most of the doctors are guessing and experimenting when they try to cure a woman with an assortment of complications such as mine but you do not guess How I onlyknowless suffering I know LAURA How Ann 113 dewberry Ave Chicago Ill 15000 forfeit If above testimonial It not gen rfne Mrs Pinkham invites all women who are ill to write her for advice Address Lynn Masse giving full particul- arsABSOLUTE M SECURITY Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must sear Signature of see FmcSlMlle Wt pper Below IITIIrJ ftakef CARTERS I ER- Pius FOR MEAIACML FIR IIZZINCSS FOR IIUIUSHESS FOR TORN LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN ICOMPIHIOIII I CURE TICK HEADACHEoc = =THE RESERVATION- TO BE OPENED FOR exception1aUr LadlesGolf A great boom hassprunpup in Bone ii steel to which point the NorthWestiern Line is building Last fall there thereisthere will be 3000 Five real estate offices have opened end town lots are selling at from 300 to 800 each The Reservation will probably be opened by a lottery plan such as was made use of in Oklahoma Fifty thou partinTo enter a homestead of JOO acres ohaver years a citizen of the United States tobecomethe land residence must beniaintained thelandyearsWithorthWesternthReservation tremendons as the Presidents adateematter in Nebraska is intense lrtllsealTe+uttnrOQ inter raLorartt8q eattottnia j 1e lori 0 CIt7ru I I Ra tCasti6ytropauaGwdCrc 1a tia3a Eau b dru rGa t f r r 9- Y t r r a i1L J