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IT d rF THE RIDK l1NO URIER=c = c OLDEST lkTIiWSPAPKP IiST VVTERIST KENTUCKYdV C C = == = u ESTABLISHED 1859 H1CKMAN I FULTON COUNfFY KY JUNE 27 1902 VOL XXXVIII i NO 22 Y P r a r y s l t a i 3 I FARRIS BLIND TIGER BILL FULL TEXTF OF THE FAMOUS BILL PASSED BY THE LAST LEGISLATURE STUEMJOUS LAW FOIL JtjUUULBIlS ij i i tT j i WILL HE FOUND GUILTY IP HE i HAS GOVERNMENT LICENSES j j 00 I SnIPEXT LA11rL j f j j i I i Au act for the better chforcflinonlr of j i i an act approved March 10 him4 en titled An act whereby the sense of the people auy ticbuutkoir towH district or product may ho lolreujI as to whither spiritous vinous dr1 malt liquors shall be sold bartered jt or loaned therein anti to amend section 1 of said 1 nettUo it enacted by tt bly of the Conipicnwealth of Ktutnckf 1 Sec 1 In au indictment for n viola i tion of any provision of the net approved March 10 IbOl entitled An act whereby the sense of ute people of precinctspirituous vinous or walt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned thurein or for a violation of any act amendatory thereof it shall not sbC necessary to allege that a vote was taken or an I election held or any other step relative f thereto but it may be simply stated that the act or acts were committed in a territory where the said act was au forced and in said indictment it shall be sufficient to designate said act as tho local option law Sec 2 It shall be unlawful for any person to sell lend give procure for rIfurnish to another any spirituous vinous or malt liquors for the purpose of selling them in any territory where said act is in force nun any person thusI offending shall be fined not less than iifty nor wore than one hundred dollars and imprisoned not less than ten nor mori than fifty days The possession of a Unifce States special tax stamp comm nlr C 1fnn olthetuous vinous or malt liquors or the having of such stamp tax or licuuSc stuckup at the placeof business in sucjh territory shall bo prima facia evidence of guilt under this section Sec 3 On the second or any subse i qucuec011viction for a violationi of said act or any of its arnendmontg the i coinrt shall require the defendant to xi+ Jfbau intLgruuuf1 itL nlw i dopersfdbero good holkCtiTnrf8r jj- perrol i ortwelcaimonthk The court may in its discretion in crease the amount of the bond and if the bond is not given the defendant shall be committed to the county jail for a period not exceeding ninety days to be fixed by the court Sec 4l All the shipments of spiritu ous vinous or malt liquors to be paid for on delivery commonly called U O J1 shipments into any county city town district or precinct where suit act is in force shall be unlawful and shall bo considered sales of such liquors at the place where the money is paid or the goods delivered the carrier and his agents selling or delivering such goods shall bo liable jointly with the vender thereforSec Section 4 of said act iis stricken out and in lion thereof the following is inserted After the entry of the certificate of the canvassing boardas above provided for iu the order book of the county court if the vote was against the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malt liquors in the said county city town district or precinct as the case may be to any person except tho here inafter provided and any person who shall sell barter or loan directly or in directly any deli liquors in said county city town district or precinct shall upon conviction be fined not less than sixty nor more than ono hundred dollarstor to be confined til the county jail not less than ten nor more than forty days or both so lined and im prisoned1 in the discretion of the court or jury for each offense and any person who knowingly furnishes or rents a house room wagon or any conveyance or tiling in which spirituous vinous or malt liquors aro sold bartered or loaned in violation of this act shall upon con yictiou therefor be fined not lets tan sixty nor mOro han one hundred dollars and the house wagon vehicle land or other thing in which the spiri tuous vinons or malt liquors was sold bartered or loaned shall bo liable for all lines adjudged against the persons sell ing bartering or loauinc same Read U in Ills Newspaper George Schanb a well known Gtr man citizen of New Lebanon Ohio isi a constant reader of the Daytoni Volkszeituug He knows that thisi paper aims to advertise only tho best ini its columns and when he saw Olmm berlainsj Pain Btilui advertised thereini for lanai back lie did not hesitate iui buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back andI could get no relief He says After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to ire I feel as though born anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains hat entirely vanished and she could again take up her householdI duties Ueis errthaukfaiIwtl hope that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valnable liniment is fpr sale by Cowgill S Cow gill nt r Cc t A LEE STATUE Charles Francis Adams advocacy of the erection of a statue of Robert E Lee in Washington wilt nt by any menus impress temperate and thought i ful minds in the North as being ill advised or a2 contemplating the render t unworthyti i Americanrho j distinguished Ma hatpublicity iis enabled happily so enjoy n tiKorhIcaus of a hiiisc generation than ours lit sees the rettt t Confederate roin sender as a soldier of the mr ability anfi II nUttie of the xt in our national life JIIIIll Time In Old Trtuii felt very JiaDwy HiLt R No IWoJ Old Tnwfc Ya whenI hack1 Satire wholy cured our ljiirgl4lw of a bad case of scald head JH delights all who rise it for Cuts iurns orns llniiseft Roily Ulcow Uul12ie1 y t O eTO REPEAL THE WAR TAX On audafU July lq IfHW the act of rongrfess approved A nril 12 1002en I titled ttttr act to rei eal war revenue jI goesintoi relieved of special taxation under UUI internal revenue laws Uanker brolc ers dojtlers ingrain etc pawnbrokers cnstoni hpuee brokers proprieUrts theaters proprietors of circuses pribtors of pnbflc axhibltion or ufII for money proprietors of bowling aUe I I or billiard rooms defilers iu lant toJ I J oCfciUNctur1ergI 011II allstamped instruments papers or I doenlll seats iu Jerlor ur palace cars and births in sleeping cars taxes on legacies and distributive shares of personal property The estate of all persons dying prior to July 1 1102 will d 1 tht1tloin Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proofttf u wonderful ad i8LGold nian there had long suffered with whit good doctors pronounced incurable cancer They believed his ease hopeless till he used Electric Bitter and applied Hnckleus Arnica Salve Wjhich treatment completely cured him I I J i e 1 P9igo n l u 111 ivo ex orts its matchless healing power blood diseases skiu eruptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters SOo Salvo 2Cc at Cow ill Cowgills TALK OF ANEXTRA SESSION i It is doubtful if there iIs much founda Lion to the talk in Washingtyn that the presidt nt is determined that there shall be legislation of some sort for the bone fit of Cuba and thatif con ros adjonrns without passing a Cuban relief bill ho will at once call congress in extra ses sionThere is no doubt of course that he would like to do something to show the conntrflkhnt ho has not yet been fin footed in the matter of Cuban relief but he would make a greet mistake to try to buliloe the senators of his party who have decided that there shall bo no redaction of the tariff on Cuban sugar If an extra session wore called the stubborn senators would not recede from the position which they have taken + +Pillhy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian temples buf worse yet is a body thats pol luted by constipation Dont pr9rmit it Cleanse your system with Ur Kingss nifseryIftoygood digestion fine appetite Only 25c at Cowgill it Cowgills drug i toreII JANUARY MARIAGE MADE PUB- lIC 1 Mayfield Ky June i3A wedding thisoityhasJustgun a tailor of Cincinnati was married to Miss Maggie Richards daughter of W H Richards of this city Mrs Brogen has left for Cincinnati to join ncr husband Brogen formerly worked here in the woolou mills UNKNOWN DEAD MANFOUND- Jordan Ivy June 23 As we have not seen in the Courier notice of the death of an unknown aII at Jordan Ivy Juno 10th Wo send this thinking it may roach some one who may be anxiously awaiting the ro turn of or some word from the absent ono The unfortunate man was foun lying on the road side a few miles from Jordan lie was taken in charge by men of Jordan who gave him medical and other attention but ho never revived sufficiently to tell his name or any thing about himself and died in about twentyfour hours after being brought hero HP was thin evidently in l poor health had sandy hair with SOMIO touclus of grey was live feet nine inches in height and looked to be about forty five years old On tho inside o- hisvosGwas f written 11 S Harti 80 Avas hurried iu the cuietfiry at Mt- rZfon e it it v tr BUY OR I If you cant to or lll faro land tinierlaud hon o rtujSB fe or stocks ofnods iVll and see maXatr IgBigQnr r Howe liickiuau Kv Call or writ0 for rtus ATTOMEYATLAW SItctul attdq isu to itJtrtioaj etc J R0 N EY UlcDI15 r KKVH CKY I 1 I ITilE HENRY B WxsfI CO II r r t fiExterior1 Graining Hardo Finishing DECOR JrING5Jet Plain and Decora tivepaper Hanging laa ork guaranteed Oat jfadr Prices reaannable near Text Juice Leatl idet ur Post lfle Iom io q M Q = lt PERFECT BEL S The beds for hNtHIt anti conifer ire mt l of mttal They are airy awlIal y keprSwtn an strung and j pfeltsirgtothe ei 1 nslng unyenient nod economical Durihl no enamel tinted or butwill bone or tlient exp usiye lie prings from UiO to S1gWsOJQr2 aio CO1X1Z- ft Q these are delightful oraniu b the veranda and out on the laiwn It soonsveonnfortable in onr Rattan and Willow CltllW jiii thing for It warm night prices lire low a r Wttl41 carry It nice lineof 01 LUflSlt s Setho- tsand lcttreirs FrIttt eyr the fun tJII MIWI them y1O 1llIIIIlS i w u FiGroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and Feed Stuff l We carry everything usually fount iii a fiMtclass C Jmcery and no pnins will be spared to plooso our customers 6T Call for Itluc Trailing Slumps with qlCrJ We Cash 1 rclmsaJAfter rolleclion of 800 you are entitffil to a nundsome presentj Tel tone 6 Delivered7qNoli CALAJPcSEE US f1 r 1 r 1tai I We are oivinj IFresh G 1 couslnntltrJtkinds Choic nc wart lljiriiess IIco t gnin lFivex ers large and Hln1JJ A lot of useful articles fnijktlOc Hay and Bran All at vvi U W is WeROGERSr CASH If OASH yj OILJf s i I f f I hye the largest and best s leeted stock of IIlcsh dens low tillolowest for Cash and Cash onlvV 8r11essIwhichI n s raisATrAII f xaa Delivey hoe 81 11 e3T m it I GOVERNOR HILLS PLATFORM In I he course of his speech nt the Tild n club on Tburlt1nypelliug David H limit suggested a Democratic plat form of which nil genuine Democrats could stand as follows 1 Freedom of qwtwb 2 Preservation constitutional hb erty wherever American sovereignty extends 1 Opposition to the maintenance as- a permanent nnAcy of department colo uifK to be governed outside of the constitution 4 The civil power to be always sn pfrwr to the military Public taxation to lot imposed for public purposes only 0 Freedom of commerce and there fore genuine reciprocity with foreign nations 7 OpiN siion to corporate conibina anus which create monopolies stifle competition and uiinajn bly enhance theiiricfe of the necessities of life 8 Free trade in lit articles uoutrollud by trusts 9 JaHtice to Cuba iud justice to the CUIIAUIIHUS of the United States also 10 lard rijoney as opposed to an ir redeemable paper currency v 11 To recognize the dignity of labor awl its rights to demand just and ado tjuhti coutDeusation 12 Opposition to an immense stand tag army in time of peace providingfarators by the people of the several states IM PearN commerce and honest friendship with nil nations and en tangling alliance with noire- MISSISSIPPIS FLOW DISCUSSION AS TO WHETHER THE GREAT RIVER PLOWS UPHILL The old catch ut5do1 Mississilliriverflows I once more bobbed to theII sinTace says the New Officials Ijayiuie Like the i proverbial cork it cannot be kept clown for ai lengthen ed period and the whole subject has to be thrashed over and 0vrabgain ft is om of thpstiquestions which civil boianswored either in a ritr- lAS115 1- JJ jC 1- i msoll litter jf- iiis inelincd If in the former sense tile well known axiom that water finds its own level is brought forward in the latter the answer iis fountl in the shape of the earth The following communica tiara made to American Notes find Queries some twelve years asbclear an exposition of the riddle as seems to have been given A Iline drawn from the center of the earth to the equator is about thirteen miles longer than one ex tending from the center to the pole The distance from the pole to the equator is about 6100 miles and the distinnce from Cass Lake the most northern point of the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico is about 1250 miles Consequently at its mouth the river is not far from 28 miles minus 11300 feet till altitude of Cass lLake farther from the enter of the earth than at its most northerly point But till only in eqiiilibrium of the water of the river is that which arises froii the altitude above th sialevtll for the same factors that have caused the solid mass of earth to as sume a geoid form would1 also calls the surface of any ligUi1resting on the earth to conform the same line of curvature There is thus no chance of New Orleansi losing its position on the map by becoming a port oft Canada The IFather ofr Waters has lowed both up hill1 cindl down hill for ages a id any catdiquestion of ther smart Alecks cann- alterits i al current which at this time of ttSeta iis par ticuljylyl strong Ill fthe direr tion of the Gull t b DEMOCRATS MUST BE FAIR We believQa vast majority of the voters share this sentiment It has been clearly Kentuckythat must be fait i ft between each I other Party ties have hung looser find looser upon the rank and file of the voters since I the Australian ballot system and each campaign since 1 894 has demonstrated there is a large element in the party who will refuse to be bound by party action will tver they feel that any of thail rights hawever small or insignificant have been abridged Kentucky is ripe for a Democratic majority of from I thirty to forty thousand nextj year and our leaders connot afford to endanger this by doing anything that will discredit the honest iand fairness of the nominations when they are made Frankfort Journal- r a MEMPHIS iMUICMMJ NEWS After several vexatious delays andA MoruingSewi now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Memphis i territory and gives the news of this section Its telegraphic service is superb TheMemphis Weekly News will ap pear May 28th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly NEW STAMPS DUE Aset of new postage stamps is to be issued by the United States post office de ofliflrnow at work on the designs for 1902 There will be some notable changes in cluding the incorporation of a 13cent stamp to facilitate the foreign letter registered Business New borders are also being designed for the entire set of regular stamps The design as accepted by the third assistant postmas ter general contains an hy pictrneupper right and left hand corners are eagle heads gracefully arranged above an artistic scroll The words United States of America will supplant United States Postage Under the picture will appear the vfovd Post age and Four Cents or Six Cents as the ease may be The picture of Grant will he on the 4cent stamp instead of that of Lincoln which will be on the ocent blue stamp instead of Grant On the Scent lilac colored new stamp which now bears the head of Sherman trill be brasheington the first woman to be thus honored by the Anier ican government On the new 13cent stamp which will probably be the first I issued will be a picture of the late Iresident Benjamin Harrison Another change will also be made in the reg ular series The head o11 Commndore Perry on the 1 black stamp will be sup planted by the head of Far ragut tr cardsII placed on saleat till of the postomceSill the United including Hickmaii Jnot Ilatter than July 1 T s 5r II s I w t It t It t z 4z 4a 4 F 1t 1I 1h 1j 1t 1t I j t t t- N Y JTHE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HICKMAN KY JUNE 27 1902 The Marks Forgeries Among the multiplied forgeries cf Albert Marks son of the late Gov Marks of Tennessee turns up an alledged forged note to the Hickman Bank for 3 500 This note is signed by Marks Gen Jackson and W H Jackson Jr and the two latter names are now pronounced forgeries This note was negotiated and taken by Mr Thomas Plater banker of Nashville and it is believed and hoped that the Hickman Bank will not lose it totHorse Thieves Captured Sheriff Carpenter who pursued the thieves who stole Mrs Gurleys horses succeeded in capturing two of the three George Ornn and Jim Pate at Morrii ton Mo on the Cotton Belt Railroad They attempted to deny the charge at first but finally weakened and acknowledged that they had stolen the horses and also the skiff from Mr Dennis He also recovered Mrs Gur Ileys horsed They deny haying taken the Wiley horses and the officer think them innoceut of this charge They are now in jail ttH- orse Thieves About Recently a number of horses have been stolon or are missing in this vicinity Mr John Wiley lost two Mrs Nettie Gurley two besides others who have horses missing Sheriff Carpenter left Monday for a trip down the river in pursuit of the horse thieves and we hear that lie has reliable infor mation as to the names of the thieves and the direction of their travel Mrs Gurley pursued the thieves down the river to near Caruthersville and found that the suspected parties had crossed five head of horses over tho ferry and that over in Missouri she had recovered one of her horses which had been sold by them to a citizen These suspected thieves are said to be traveling with some kind ot a phonograph show mak log interior points at country school houses and churches and it is believed that Sheriff Carpenter will readily keep track of and capture them titKing Edwards Illness The announcement of the sudden and daugerou illness of King Edward Jof England only two days before the cor onation was a great shock to the world The people notably the gre dignitaries from all the nations from the four parts of the world were already assembling for the great occasion uitjt was in 1 n1JH JJ IKisttofled Thlf imture of taTs affliction iif what iis usually called appeimicilis A surgical operation was performed but whilst reports are favorable from his bedside he may die any hour or day Or course the world is greatly stirred over the sudden illness of Kung Ed ward but as a matter of truth he has given the world no evidence of either greatness or goodness Tne people of all nations had just cause to love his mother the late Queen Victoria but t ha greatest thing that can be said of King Edward is that he has done Mlle harm titARRANGING TO COMMENCE Levee Engineers at Work Mr Kilpatrick with a force arrived iu Ilickinan Tuesday and commenced the final locating survey for the levee from Hickman Wednesday morning This survey is for making the location and estimates preparatory for letting the contracts for building Hon 11 T Tyler attended the session of the Mississippi River Commission in St Louis Tuesday and made an ar gument in the interest of the Ilickmau aud Tiptonville Levee This levee is entitled to 200000 out of the present J appropriation hut the River Commis sion from some cause not under I fitandable to this scribe elect to make allotments of so much a year dole the whole amount through a number of ye tis11Vo donut see the wisdom or tense iu such a policy when tho whole work could bo done and benefits secured m ono oar None the less the work once commence by the Govern J theleveeThe new post office building is about da uptoto11 byJulycoat ret pavement made in rout of the entire building Weatherford Il ofHickmancountyoldinHickmani i oldfriendsi visitingLittleqbionEye jbody go ATTENTION FARMERS Swayne the druggish has a lino grade M of Machine oil at 40o pergallon t f 1 CROPS IN KENTUCKY I Louisville Ky June 24 The United States crop re ports says in part that drouth has become quite sev ere in several of the Southern and Western counties Wheat yield is light but what there is oj it is good The setting of tobacco was about finished during the week The acreage is con siderably less than usual and in many localities a rather poor stunt has result ed It luus been injuivd hy grasshoppers quite severely in some places Although ll fororapid growth corn has pro grossed well and iis in a very 1promising condition Oats have improved consid erably in the northe lltllf- all1 eastern counties but ae a whole winnot ltt an urahave suffered for rain in the south and west Apples and laudpea1 i peaches are very scarce Plums cherries and small fruits are fairly good Jar dens except where injured by the drouth aro in ffine condition Irish potatoes art very promising and the early fields Lire being mar keted Sorghum and hemp1 are doing well A large acre age of stock peas is being sown Farm work is Wft np Hot Weather Weakness i If you feel tagged out listless and jickiug in energy you aro perhaps suf foring from debilitating effects of sum mer weather These symptoms huH gate that a tonic is needed that will crnate healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulate the bowels and im part natural activity to the liver This Herbiiiu will do it is n tonic laxative and restorative HJ FreogHrd Prof Grand View Hotel Choney Komi writes I have used Ilorbiuo for the last J12 yours and noting on earth can beat it It was recommended to mu by Dr Newton Kan COc at IIP W S Ellison CUTTING AFFRAY Bose Hutuhcruft in an affray on Reelfoot Lake Monday cut Tint Kan sackor on thOtlISctf iku noste Jiur roIYlllipt iig t1fie flp 1 1r- 1rPPst Mr C K Webb of the Fulton Foundry and n most i xcellcnt man has taken the contract of rohauUnJ the iiiNchinerr of flu IIfekman Water and Electric Ligltr Plant and expects to have everything completed and iu running order in two or three weeks Ho appreciates the sittIuation of the people being without water and lights and push the work us rapidly as possibleFOR A No 1 cow mind young calf for sale cows pedigree half Durham hull Jersey gives a good now of milk and very rich 08Rge four years old IPlI Saved trout an Awsul Fate Tlverybody said 1 hadconsnmp ion svrites Mrs A M1 Shields of Cham berburg a 1 was so tow nftrr six mouths of severe ulekness etiwd I by Ilty Fwvur und Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned KtnrsNewl it and was rompleUly curial1urdesperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest euro in tthe world end fe infallible for Cough and Ihonchial Affections Guaranteed bottlen 50i nut 3100 Trial bottles free at Cowjrill A Cowgjll aICE UUKAH NUITBIf t The ladies of the 1ttpisfunai hutcharo to give an ice cream siiper in tin tonightFriday UIlIHsslippers ho unFrdaKti ivreuriiATARiK 1000t MILK TICKKTS nshviiloUhttrU1 theSJ yourItyitliin uftheiCmtntevTheyI ticketofficesSltlptheOlulrtlOtHCIW L IHNLKY general Passousrer AgentINashville Torn i LITHOGRAPH WORK Litho Letter Heads i i Litho Note Heads i Litho Bill Heads t Litho Envelopes I I At as low prices as can b done t111V11l1ereit I Y I Courier Office I 0 THKOKJM MIhlFKS VIA MOItllTi IlUIIIO It i 1IBetween St Louis and New utoi midTooki taRnfax on Kalues Extreme hot w+ other is a grett x upon the digestive power of bfi when putty and fble they ttbgtj i be given a few di of Whites Q Venuifnge t h d1ildnmilwdcl xtimulate amid facilitate the drahheir food 0 unit the r soon tf LPtAN EXCEPTIONAL Nice tine of Perfumes ioitet V FauePtitjEtc Mora j fdoo1CItEs WuJA1 500 acres whent land for IJNJiD6 R E Ijf1 Take your PLOW PlowPOINISIBuck and hate tb or 25 cents r My little son had an attack Oft1n tog rough and wa thmttonetilj i pneumonia but for Cbamliqc Coach Keiuedy w Would hvlaiJttI erion time of it It also wf Ip orIIdliabigill A fowgill 1 Farm For Sale i 102 acrM nearly all cleared ooh 1 pro tlnts 2 it milt from rlipk I Apply ro MR AsrurB Lt Hit JulyJ lt1tles btfromi the Mobile l Ohio R R5vertu iltpnadvance with ample returu liuijt ply to yonr nearest TttkfIot Atfim r rates tickets and further pnnlcnlnq r LOW JUTES TO ST LOUIS J Saturday and Similar Uo to tno city and enjoy yourtalf at FakeintirGroundstion train now runs every day Sunday morningback DR 8 K DAVIDSON 2t3tHI OK MAN KI5NTUOKV Office over Oowgill Oowgilla Brut Store J A Splendid Koincily j1 Neuralgic miiiK rheumatfiun luufufv lllfimu1ati11a1JiGaJu1IJIl 511 LuiiiTieiir It lindict rates ti the n fvp tiid lM iie and lIs in j alisorbed mtolh blind its healing pnipertilR are oonvry ttIl to every part of the IHKIV and t ffc ci mie Monderful cure JlrI Dv P Morel Ayent Illinois Central ititil usedBollardslism backache I to in my fumilyf It MU pluhtli remedy Wf cM ujd nOt do wit hwt it 2 z UH IWi at L P W S KlliMi r JT 9VIS ttNtQTATjQ J CAIRO =MONTGORER1 MERIDIAN iCITRONELLE MOBILE NEW ORLEANS CITRONELLE IN THE PINES A Resort GOlf HUNTING FISHING RIDING DRIVING for Home Pleasure m lleollh Seekers I Attractions Elevation 360 Feet IOood cotigcsneitherexpensiveOn ootweenSt01twodirectionIlDdCitroneUoIIlL Write JSOI nEALL Asaistarn Generasseagcr Agent t St I+oul3 foraUparUcolar IV 1 c u T 1 A J Look V LookJ WE HHZ rHE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE AMERICAN STEEL ALL JIELD FENCE f11 rf larr r wtr Tiros 1 hmtlly galvanized u Arply1 pnviJ s fhr t XJKUJSIOH1 t LJI coctrac 4 r Only Best 13 t lwr steel wires 4W e ti f t ways of uniform quality T rlt ttr goes wronguz mattPr l i I 1 77 f ct- u r h31ti i jint Ti it Docs k4iSwt iniiatot but J cs efcbtlj turn rrtlle horses ti hn05 and pigs VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers rCU and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence f fl0tI1field so they will stay fenced This is the fence formerly sold by M B Sbaws Sons Wo intend to keep it in stock if it eau be bought We also have a large and well elected hue of Buggies Farm Implements Uarneq s Ac t W 3 HENDERSON CO r kollTArv tbe t ached o the otton Belt whic line runs traa5 from St LO s ebe ad Caro directly i through the most fern po io o Ark nsas Louisiana reachIi I 1 j i connections either Southwest for all parts of tli OJet jf je LomaJnart rained and where people pma 0if0 per writfor a coprCof our band caa siine l lkltu IuWe ill thre South west Glimp usSor south euHt Misnourt Arkansas a nil Norttj a eat Louisiana and VThroagh I ILLrl t I I t LOUISiIIQitt i MOjj i cpucaa asrmirdsr asn ser 7 0 II tt ItlT AGON C c41 InnJI1tIUHracaluats Ul rlrl C tTfT lff FJ j TA OT I III j i t Ens n Superior Stock of the best makes1 lofa1l lkinds ofi Hardware which is offeredat ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market jjustifies tLllnoons1 1 nu1 tiHAN11IU 11- t1 n t- 1 1 S ItHPH1 I NHN111 nt ROOFINt A SPECIALTY Dont fail1 to rend the acivertisements in thistissue it will surely pay you i PROPER REMEDY FOR A FAINT n Iuely SuififcMtiou fade by tke Usa band f n Voiiiuu AVko t 4t4 I I Iaat do you think we would better do now asked the pudgy than relates the Chicago Inter Ocean 1t was what the widechested man said that made the incident worth telling They had gone to n ball at the West side armory They had brought their wives A great crowd was present They sat in the gallery antI w IJI n rseti tJ1IT gone out often with hlo wife They were prosperous enough in bus nets but a little shy on social nmeni ties If an insult was to be resentedi both pr either of them would knot just what to do at tiny spot in the road When one of the women faint rd from siiffocating atmosphere of thE overhentinl room both of them looked as if they didnt know what on earth to do Tlie pudgy man knew he didnt know what to do under such com plicated cirtMiumtances and he turned helplessly to his widechested friend What do you think he would better do now I Iudct plaintively A dozen nth r tvomen had gathered around the nwnoning woman and wore fanninfr her end pouring wntei on her forehead The widecheated man knot t llpia brows in thought and then said Let us go mid get a drink ij SECRET OF HIS SUCCESS I nntur Defietv tlwny Goat Ba- wurtI nod Ilnrely Fall toATrent Reporter Yell i Chaiincey M 1Iepew is one of the most aereHKihle men to newspaper re liortcrs and he receives them all in the attire prnial manner with which he receive his personal friends Iielis Said to attribute a large part of hli saysLeS1lefur as be said to a friend not long ago 001I always treat the paper welt anti thtoy always do the same bj me A 1Irtt asked him the other day how math time he gave in a week to intrrtieutr Oh about two hours a lay he reI pUN L Koodnnturedthe anJthlnerIssecretary i terposed Wen you see laughed Depcwy tilt justasrom I re beginIi t what she sweettoAnd the reporter left with the Bound of Depewa hearty laugh re sounding iin his ears frTHEPilA happenedinvouched forWo will call him Jimmio comUlltlCdpunIshe1to eotoeo The1Joutsidellmmilkbedsideanl1ruadoIf 10e helponeoutNeedlesstoansweredCorherald Ledner l 3- i F e I n A t- t 1 9 tt- S ts r 4 7 w v- r htia htit htia htiw Irrk R 1R 1i r I 5i Gui L a i 0 IC orat mCltt C JI JIJJ l tLyfz7t Vcc N CtCST L RR SCHEDULE LEAVE HIOKAN NoS Leaves 205 p m No 91 Leaves v 750 p m No 65 Leaves 700 a ill ARRIVE No4 Arrives 140 pm No 92 Arrives 720 u in Xo 5J Arrives 840 n m Congress if working to adjourn by July 4th l t 4 Mr Ilolconibe Drewry spent Sunday in Union City- Henry Sanger his returned from Bessie Tenn Hickmun buyers paying from 6r to 70e for wheat Misses Irene Ambarg and Ola Trine of Paragould Ark are visiting Miss Katie Reid Mr George Browdor a well known farmer near Fulton him hoot dangerous- lyI HI of cones ion Miss Montgomery of oiusville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Percy Jones Elder T F Moore is absent this week at Bardwell attending the Baptist Ministers Meeting Mr and Mrs Len Shaw left Wednes day for Mayfield their future home Dont forget Uickuian Mr Henry Tiptou n popular drkofUtilizer k Dodds is visiting thisi sleek in Dyersburg his old liornn Cupt S J Rogers is announced as a candidade for Police Judge of Caruth ereville Election July ltMr Tom Holcomb has gone to Green vide Miss whore ho ltaei A position as I rescriptioimt in Finleys drug store Mrs George Glaeor and sisteri Miss Lottie who have been visiting in Union City returned home Sunday Miss Jennie Davis leaves to day Friday for Mobile Ala to resume lur position in the Mobile Sanitarium The meeting of tho State Good Roads Convention at Lexington has been postponed until October 21 and 22 Misses Nona and Maud Parks who will spend the summer with their sister Mrs Ed Ellison are expected this week lift petition asking the business men to close on July 4th failing to obtain unanimous signature tsar abandonedEsquire Manose of the Cnyca neighborhood raised the banner wheat cr p of this seascfu 27 bushels to the acre stud sold at 70 cents The Prohibition Alliance will mee- tatMrsS M Hubbards Monday night Juno Oh All friends of tho cause in vited Como promptly at 8 oclock Mrs Col Underwood souflS lhU0ur ier cotton blooms of tlio lUth the our liest this season She also treated the Courier to a nice lotof applegand plums Mrs d W Powoll Miss Maballo Fuqua and Miss Uettie Dellow are in Fulton this week attending the Womans Foreign Missionary Society Mr M B Shaw Jr and mother who Ijave been on extended visit to ruin lives iu Virginia to Washington City and other points have returned home Mr P B Reeves an attorney recently of Fulton has located in Hickman for the practice of his pro fessiou Oflice npstairs over Rico L Naylors Mrs Jasper Edwards has SUO trees jj beautiful orchard barrels her own apples and we understand they outclass and outsell any apples on the market Will Huddleston a well known citi zen of this county died of coasumpton at Collierville Tenn Sunday His re maUlS wero brought to Fulton for iuter ment Wheat harvest reveals the feet that the yield in this county is something more than tin average half urop Spine fields are full average Hind some niuoli less than half Rev Archer Uoogher left Tuesday for Clinton where he is to porform the ceremony in the marriage of Miss May Moss daughter of Judge N P Moss to a Mr Porter The Democratic Committee of tho 1st H R Commisioncrs District in session at Dawson Springs adjourned without action deciding that it was bettor to postpone until after the State Con von tiou lion J C Speightylonies the roport that 1m will ho a candidate for con gress from thisi district on tho Republi can ticket rind further says he would not accept the nomination if telulored him Mr Bryan declined tho Popnlisl nomi nation for Governor of Nebraska The Democrats were ready to nominnto him also They then nominated lion W IL Thompson W R Andrews of Clinton lifts leased the old Hustler uuws paper plant at Fulton and will begin tho puhlicn tiou of n now weekly He was formerly editor of the Union City Commercial CourierMr H Roper had the misfortune to have two barns destroyed by tire on his farm last week lIe had lf 0 to 200 barrels otold corn farm implements Ac to the value of 800 to 51000 No insurance MrEE Reeves of Hickman Ky accompanied by his daughter Gertrude speutlnst Saturday in New Madrid Miss Gertrude remained to visit ho brother Elmo W Reeves of tho telo phone oxchaitgeNear Madrid Record Mr Chess Fmitli who has hen prospecting in Oklahoma has returned home much pleased withI that country c m f Cut Price Clothing Sale Wrhave pickwi out about 50 SuitshC1t11 Mens andl Boys I Have placed1 these suits on a table to IheIt eland marked1 tliPni fat atollvl ea z 18 wonh from 25 toe l4eJ N tUiewl1 them to tTlu lot includes Home of the Best lIlies p11g tills spKn1 r r Yon are cordially invited to inspect them W you wish to huyor IM At 200 arc MenS SuitS thaiI sold at 360 350 now Imvs 500j Suits A 500 for SuitS that brought 7oU 0 I I I 750 for Suits madehvl the manufacturer to retail jjtKvWQ OQ- OOO Suitst that were 16X0 fc 12uO t I1250 forS 1500 suit YOUNG MEN JThis isi your ctaiaee Our finst State are in thin Mlfc w quick for bent krtion I L Pt W S ELLISON p II u 4 r r K Ij h Mir Lillie and Nuts Maddox ypstenlny for Fredoricktwwn and ItftII Liui Mo for several weeks tenduitf hones parties Our young Iuple hUlK them n grand time The Hickman Courier ivquost per eels vliQ hliwUiI1jI tows numlwr IKMtoilleo IKKC nt Hlofennn for 30 yens or worn to report tholr unmes for pub luation with uunibttr and time used lion RT Tyler returned Wednesday from St Louis whcro he appeared horore the River Commission and made what sonic of tho schema pronounced a remarkably strong argument in the in torestot the llickuinn and Tiptonvillo Lovec The only party says the 81 LouisI jol o Democrat which has over shots n the brain or honesty to hit thoI trusts is the republican party And the Hily time it ever hits tho trusts iis when it lilts thorn for n divy of the- sewaeCourier Tounml i The lieckwith farm of 100 acres on Wolf Island MlBSisBjppi rnnnly was Mid lant week for 20000 Three years ago the property PQid for 1KOOO The rate of increase fe not moro remarkable than has been the inurbane of all lauds of onUHt Misronriharleston Enterprise Mr TaugnrL membor of tho Democratic National Couunittco from Indiana spoko as follows to a New York roprter ludiana will surely give n Democratic majority next fall J The people of Indiana aro very much dissatisfied with tho Administration or T should say the iniaudministration of President Roosevelt Mammoth Cave will gt tho state guard encampment this summer say those who claim to ba next in the matter Adjutant General Murray ins not made nay statements in regard to the mutter but it is tipped oil bv others that Mammoth Cave is loading in tho stretch Arrangements will be completed and announced in a few days The young pooplo of Hickman gave a dance at Laelcdo Hotel Wednesday evening in honor of visiting young ladies which proved a most enjoyable occasion A number of visitors from neighboring towns were in attendance among whom were Miss Bessie Herring I and Mrs Ron Herring Harris Parks Mr Clngirett and Morris Miles of Union City Will Hnbbail Mud Miws Birdie Hubbard of Columbus Miss Hill of Padueah Miss Montgomery of Louisville Missz Mabel baby of Nash tulle and Miss Kate Kincmnn of Dayton Ky lII it Gene al Gxooerxes I 1 Eh IlEbt mb s siui East Bieknio- Ktops i all kinds of Groceries sued Suppliesr j nUTTER i EGGS CHICKENS i iA SPECIALTY J Good Delivered Free r l No 80 i1I II1ulcphollo I NOTICE i f I To The Ladies Aid and Church Societies of Hick man and vicinityii We are authorized byiiI the manufacturers o fII i Heekins Celebrated Cincinnati Roasted Coffees at any time you give a Supper for Charitable or Church purposes to furnish you all the COF FEE needed FREE OF CHARGE HEEKINS ROASTED COFEEs Are tlif finest best and rich est flavored Roasted rrOn the Market I Prices range from 1 to ell p We are sole agents L P W S ELL ISON + THHg W tT T orr THBM AUL I Nunnallys Cand- iesReigers CALIFORNIAPKUFUMBS FOI SALE BY Go 11 b t h11IDRUGGISTS j REAL ESTATE DEALER A N D I ATTORNEY ATlAW I I If you desirei to buy or sell farms town lot9 honmfi etc etc se- ePB REEVESOffice on Clinton 8tOver Rico fc Nnjlort- HICKMAN KiaJT OKys 1 rifF IS NOT A CANDIDATE A rerortpr of the Maytield Messenger intern Hived lion J C Speight on the political ituatiou of tthis district re gArdnirajttihe i r l lalnlitv of hi bfiiiKM I candltUlKfor i iii fis IMI the republican I 1bWykN IJduts yskod if be were a candidate for yie nijnunntJou when he replied that le tvttB not and would not bo He was Rain Mkml if he would accept the noiinnalioil if tendered him by the party Knima anwer to this question he said helicrtaiaj would not that he was no candidate iiiid would not accept a nom inaflon neither did he believe this us a good time to run a man an two years heftier DIED On June 12 lM at liMO ovlork at the holhO of Mr and Mrs W O Staf ford late Lnoiia Stafford took her tlightrom this world U the Glory LaudMtJJltle sorrow is not known Topfenti we called her was a swta- nd fOfirg little girl Grieve not for she ittmiUi mother and JRMTIK but prepare raneet her in the Jlory Laud She ptns as a ruse bud plueked from the tlt but she watt budded on earth to bloom in heaven 5 A Friend LOWlRATES TO MINNEAPOLIS AND RETURN The Mobile Ohio li R wfll sell tick tits iQMinueapohs and return account National Educational Assn Convention trippIhI5th atd6th1or information apply to any 1 it O Ticket Agent0 tmANANA NUTRIMENT lt girt8 stay that one banana con taiuspinuch nutriment ttS two itonndn uf heJteitk nmarked H Foeter at the i miner tuble as he ampuUitrd a lorlerhouslj Aftd they are right responded his frientJ Dr N UUlriRIlJ who calmly swaltjivvetl the ultimate bite of lib fifth UiauifliVTfign aceording o tliat wild the uarnlprous one you have oaten for yourmqiier today the eqnivalent of ten nonnJUt of beefsteak Now if I should eat nftfe than tits baud of steak Id be n Gnnilidatc for the irorgue wouldnt 1 dOGIr V G tarian cogitated sidntly miiKfilrtou another mouthful of iiunnna I IspeakU3j mp POHVO adopt this KiiKgestioii that M a iui ttflof hwtlih and also to defeat the beef Bust we take to the banana M a aub ttlut fur Uff Let UI4 nay that tot tfte average familyof four persons a tsripuontrd boefstrak sullfces for a meal with necomi anyug vegetables InfUqad of the two pound steak let us have ono bunnnn cut into four pieces 11111 snails fit this banana each ILlt his or her bite in place of Ute steak They will hnvo con sumQ the equivalent of two pounds of steak admittedly u square monl Will their fPIJtr tA lle satisfitd DrJ2Y 3etirian eunghed slightly as lie dofvtnired the tqnivulenr of his fmmi nfnt4 t poultdtrlJ eflilcuk nod teaulfcd his fork fur an Olive to help fill up tho abdominal Interstices St Louis PastDiapatch 5TtOV15 TrI N STATION CAIRo- MIPIDIA MONTGOMERY LEANSn0811ea CKSONVIIU e I NEWOR TIME OF TRAmS AT UNION CITY forth Round No J Leaves daily 1128n in No 4 Leaves HtMamNo 12IILeaves mrtday mijttd I10 L w South Bound t05pmNoNo 1 Leaves wk day mxdSKlQ a m C S CLARKE Crnrnl lana fI1 IMtA C M SHEPARD JNO M SEALL f n I nl A tG n ItIL-L kT Lena How to Avoid Tronhlfa Now is the time to irMviille yourself and family with a lH ttl of Chamber lain s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to bent tded before The summer w over Had if procured now may save you a trip to towu in the night or in boniest season It isi everywhere Jour be the must successful medicine in use for rowel complaint lint ii for children ind adult No family ran afford to be without It For sale by Jo win 11 A owgilI CITY BARBER SHOP To my old enstomera We art I we to stay Nobody will appreciate yo pairouage or take inor iftwurt in i ty lug to please JQ than Wp old reliii ic barbers R U CAUWELI WILL KOWKLL- IIPInsir1ont HooRneltclailll- stat the antiCuban tariif plotters are repudiating till nolicy of the late Ircsidelil Iekiidey und not that of tin present administrationi hut tilt humiliation of defeat was plainly intended fur TeddyI all the sane COURIER JOURNAL 2r1JINs KMTLMIkSA A TFAItSI1 i The nntRAlVKKIv COUKHW 1 I pUhlIshedin iiunyDailiesSemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to- NI WS MATTERS the Saturday iissue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIER JOUItNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky THE REST CURE rest curl eau be taken in a semi 1Tho pee in an onsy chair by re every muscle Sleep mayor nifty not follow It is not an easy matter for n woman who is not accus I towel to alcep in the daytime to fall into a dose at will Sloop should not exceed ten or fifteen minutes this time beiiig more refreshing than an honr Place the hands buck of tho head slightly swaying tho head from side tu side think Of nothing this is abso lately imperative to attain tho best results from the afternoons rest When testing the pillows should he placed nnder the fpet instead of under tho head The fiend must boon a levelcr1 lower than the feet The physician who is responsible for this theory of resting declares that if people rest in this way insomnia and nightmare will be unknown One of his converts is thoqneon of Service She eschews the soft bed and down pillows and sloeps on a narrow divan spread with a hard unyielding maUrew and without the I reatings of a pillow under hor head but one nnder her feet Uy this I method site hopes to preserve the bust figure and most stately carriage in all Europes royalty Constipated Vowels To have gogd health the body should I be kept in a laxative condition and the I bowels moved nt least onco a day s that nil the poisonous waists are expell ed daily Mr G L Edwards 1 12 N Main St Witchatv Kansas writes have used Herbino to regulate the liver I and bowels for the tmMt ton years and found lit a reliablo remdey TiOa at L P W S Ellison 4 AT n 41 1 gain I I IUP U7Sljj qurstion Not how ohrop but how t REPUf1LIsl C isi not as cheap Ill is I raihlo to sell a I firstda newspaper It prints nil thn t yonti posted on all the important and inter- estingj affairs of tho world It is the best and most reliable newspaper thattl money and rains can prqpuce and I those should bo tho distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be rend by all members or tho I III I yoIj may ui i I t St Louis Moi O E EAKER Seneca Gteocer Powell Blook Clinton St HaYing purchased the Grocery Stock o tohaveand Choice Bargains Cash Book Store Spleu Hd Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MAKY BEREXDES e Co GAR U THE R SJ BAKERY ANDI CONFECTIONERYF- RESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES stampswith CLINTON STREET HICIDIAJI ItaY rlcKy Telephoto Number JU r + +ilo + M I T+ +++h I Building I i Material t f r- ttLUMx iL f BEn f J d- I Doors and Windows Shingles 0t 1i1 j uPaints 4 f J4 USTIMATK- SI tCHEERFULLY t17 FDKNI8HE1I t ftf Hay Unto Corn Bran etc etc t i 4- jt IiiYwstiisoN+ 4- J+i +if +4444444 ttMMi I + JJI t 4 f tOMMISSUXERS hl i Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky W L Alexander Et Against nllEquity Petition Espartee By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court ren domed at tho May Term thereof 1902 in the above cause for division and all costs on the promises in Fulton County Ky heroin 1 shall proceed to otTer for stile to the highest bidder at public auction on Saturday the 2Jth day of Sly UM2 at 2 oclock p m or there about upon a credit Six Twelve Eighteen Mouths the following de scribed property to wit The N E Qr of Section 20 T 1 R 4 W con taining 160 acres more or less bounded as follows on tho Ncrth by tho lands of W A Shuck on tho South by the lands of Mrs M T Alexander on the East by the Moscow and Troy Road on the West by tho lands of Mrs E C Carter and E C Carter For tho purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from tho day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms S orLUTEN Commissioner COMMISSIONERS SALE Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Jessie Ontten Plaintiff against It D Roper Defendant Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof ION ill the iibovo caiiHb for the sum of Sixteen Hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars with interest at tho rate of 6 per cent Mayo1S102 until paid Mud all costs herein 1 shall proceed to otTer for sale at the toItho highest bidder at Public Auction atI2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dry upon a credit Six Months the following described proper ty towit Lots Nos 1 and 0 and 5 undivided interest in lot No a as known and designated by the Com missioners report of the division of tho lands of R W Ensley recorded iu C Mud P Book No I Pages y47 H8 and 31U in County Clerks ollice Lots NOi 1 and 5 together witn the y undivided interest in Lot No 3 being about 73H acres or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be 1111110 For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing llegal interest from the lay of sate until paid and having the force and effectof a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these ter- msIf D LUTEN Commissioner ambcrluinsStomach Liver best For sale by CCowgiUSc CowgUl Pt i f i i I s 11- a r 4 A I L1F JV s X n z 6f r i I IIi I it ia t i I y I I II r t I n i OBITUARY Mrs Mand Wiseman Taylor daughter of Mr and Mrs J P Wiseman and wife of Lem Teylor died lath of Juno at her homo in East ilickmau Born the 17th of March twenty five years J ago professing faith in her Saviour seven years ago married the 26th of September five years ago she was ever an obedient and beloved daughter a faithful and affectionate wife the center of a large and loving circle of friends and to double the pityof her death ten fold the fond and tender mother of three little children Jewel Thad and Vivian Something of the heart rendering sorrow of the last scene under these circumstances may be described when It is stated that the two sturdy doctors men of science and acquainted with grief seeing the end of their fruitless efforts turned away from the sight weeping like children tint who can measure the heaviness of the loss to the stricken and aged parents who have suffered in this the loss of their third mature daughter within the brief space of seven months Edna Cammie and Maud Three of ten gone yet on the other side have they not begun to change that word saying at each accession to the blessed company one more has come So wo build our trustnd with God be the rest ENTERPRISING BUSINSES MAN J W MARTIN A HUSTLING CITI LEN OF LAWTON From Lawton Republican there is perhaps no man iin Lawton who is a greater hustler than J W Mattin of the firm of Kobinson Martin He earns to Lawton in the early days and in vested his capital in real estate and has seen advance iii value to several times what ho paid for it He paid 3250 for lot 32 block 40 D avenue Based on the rental value of this property it pays ten per cent OillU 000 He signed a leas 8 yes terday with Exving Adams on1 the lot for three years j 75 per month and ho re serves fifty feet on the rear of the lot on which to build an opera house There is no one in Lawton who has been more energetic or used let tel judgment in business than Mr Martin and we predict that he will lie one of Lawton most successful financiers The Republican does not know how conch Mr Martin is worth butf yisihlpIproperty is renting for he must be worth aboutS25OU practically all of which has been made in Lawton EUROPEAN BUYING OF CEREALS The sudden demand cOIn- ing iron France find Great Britain for Avlioat which caused such an advance in the markets ofthe past week may be the forerunner of heavier and constant require = ments Cablegrams tella doleful story of cropcondi tions in France Austria and Germany though hitherto ploluising wheat is said in the cables to be proceeding under the most unfavorable conditions and has not even begun in Northern France The rye crop will certainly he short and probably barley also Austria Hungary sent simi lar reports The wheat plains of Hungary have been badly damaged by torrential prospectis reported from Germany and rye now in flower has sus damageOf in all these countries may be materially modified lby the time of harvest but the sudden and great advance in wheat prices reported from Paris indicates that the out look is serious DIVIDEND KO 23 The Board of Directors of the Hick man Hank this day declared a seven 7per cout dividend out of the net ernings of tho past six mouths payable July 1 1902 This June 25thf 1902 W U JOHNSON Cashier a TOOK TO THE WOODS f meetkg the outside One man was wounded and the congregation took to the woods Olintbn J emocrat I Why Dont- You Open Your Eyes And look about you 1 Dunt you slit that IIItblll sID ling all kinds o- fFamily Groceries I at such reduced1rie that it does youIuak1i nothloany number of people your neighbors and ak them if 1 ha Jlt sold them moro for n dollar than credit houses can allbrd to eIVhv do you wnnt to pay vour cash money to crediti houses at credit prices to enable thelsPhismesbutmes forthyqli TctPricesPricesAlso o I am agent for the rj IRIS PAINTS I I Not the lhcapti1niiI price but the host finimostt dui able Ipaint made iiinmntawll 1 by Simmons Hardvaiv Company St Louis Mo o CUE THRELKELD 4 1 + xY Hickwian KntiLck J d n t7 tiY J Ifadies SJoes 1ro and hppeFa IToplease the foot tlIi and the purse RICE NAYLORS MONEYSAVING STORE nI rOLLOW THE CROWD t And you will find the place 1 hatis when they want Shoes Oxfords Slippers and i Hosiery Why because we can save you from fifty cents to one dollar per Ipair and give you better values We also guarantee overyl article we sell We are making spe cially low prices on Oxfords and Slippers Genuine Dongola Custom Made Oxfords 98c At250We offer a most complete line of Ilow cuts Buy the lest not the cheapest DrewSplhYCo IHJ IHJQ Q JG i NEW MADRID GOT EVEN The citizens of New Madrid Mo I have aiifwerc l the Chicago resolu IWg1OIminstlel I witty IhicagoIIII workmen who v r piietlyt pursu I UIHH1Il ijlWnlt11 Resolved That we the citizens of NVw Madrid MoI in mass riMMting asentllvrl tlo her by de nounce these outrages as infamous and brutal and deplore the occur iMKe of the Name and do hereby appoint a committee to solicit fund and subscriptions to employ counsel to assist in suing the said city of 1hitago for damage on account thereof He it futtlher I Resolved That a copy oj these resolutions be sent to the Southeast Missourian and the Chicago papers1 and that this town Ipay for the enlightenment uplifting and salva tion of Chicago AN OIRMNCI For une enterprising man that wauts tto iinti tUf iiitTcantile business in Hirliiii ni Ky now one of the most KyvI IHUO or lIttM ve nw have about 2000 or jllo No excitement only a steady sul initial iu roveuient going on all the tIU14i Fur farther particular call on Hicklllllll Courier UNLOAD ON JAPAN San Francisco June 23 1901 Gen A S Burt retired who his recently arrive foul the Philippine has a plan for the solution oi the IMiillippine problem lie believes he has arrived at a conclusion that will ultimately he accepted by the administration and the country at large as the only solution Turn theta over to the Japanese said the general It them have them on the installment plan tor the consideration wayof 150000 000 Our government does not need the money in a lump sum and by making a proposition of that ldntlwe can dictate as to coaling stations and make such reserves as are thought to be best1 for trade in terests An arrangement of that kind can be affected that will give the United States tQ broad n road into the markets of the Orient its if we returned tlm islands bocido tie will he making tiring allies of two nations Ihat will represent our in terests on that side of the globe without tilt necessity of the pre sence of a large army at an norm cots cost i teller than Ills- The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Jk Liver Tablets superior to pills OUt answer 1is They are easier and more ple4uii to take more mild and gentle PI t fieri Data wore reliable as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels in u natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and Itheir use is often followed by constipation For wile by Oowgill it Cow gill BIG DAMAGES MayflcM Ky June 23A Suit fir 50000 damages was filed in circuit court here today against the Illinois Central i tail road company by Mrs IK MI ole on account of the death of her husband F lL1 Cole whwas killed bya tlytin- dune 7 near Pryorsburg He was a wealthy merchant of the county Engineei Esker and Fireman fjough both f Pilhwuhare made codefendants to the suit The plainiifl urges negligence on the part of the railroad and its employ es Her attorneys arc W ll Smith of Louisville JJ W Bennett of Clinton and Will Webb of May field TRIBUTE TO TOBACCO olCoto clears Some may not agree with theII conclusion but all will admire the tiful word painting The leaves make friends and celebrate with gentle rites the vows of peace They have given consolation to the world They are the companions of the lonely the friend of the imprisonedof exile of workers in the mines of fellers of forests of sailors on the deep seas They are the givers of strength and calm to the vexed and wearied minds of those who build with thought aud brain the temples of tho soul They tell of hope and rest They smooth the wrinkled brows of care drive fear and strange tins ghapeu deeds from out the minds and till the heart with rest and peace with in their magic word and woof some pot ent gracious spell imprisoned that when released by lire Bath softly steal within the fortress of tho braiu aud in sleep tho captured sentinels of care amid grief These leaves are the friends of the fireside and thelrsllokchke rises from myriads of happy ba is the smile of the sear mccnsdII arrrr+rrrrms re I CLOSING OUT SALE have decided to ckwe out mv entire stock of I IIGoods Notion Shoes ant Slippers Huts Pants Trunks and trawling bags at aud BELOW COST j I I L D SIMMONS i BUCNA NA NS CORNERt II i i j I I FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Olxrvfcosx rt3aHoazzr KyR Absolute Safety is tlie Basis ThaI wo offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importancel Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier II IHCHANAN President DIRECTORS r i1r I IC ItOXDUUANTI II HUrilANAN Jl A THOMPSON Jr 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CIT- YTENNESSEE r i 3 2 c 4 l r- i f i a 1 s re rF h it i 1 l S i l ll li HAH TO THE KING Thougbts Suggested by the Corona tion of the King of England Jr Sermon by the UJlhnnT Rod IITnPreacher In Which He Discourse on Jeans Triumphal Entry Into Jeruaalcni nod Ills Crotrn of Thorn Copyright 1102 by A X Kellogg Newspa per Co Chicago June i IfrDB TextAnd He answered and aid unto them I tell you that if these should hold their peace the stones would immediately cry outLuke 1941 During the present week the elabo rate and magnificent coronation cere monies of King Edward VII are to be carried out in all of their brilliant elaborateness and the eyes of the world as it were will be turned 1n the direction of Merry Old England and festive London The few will see the actual crowning of the king In Westminster abbey the thousands and hundreds of thousands will catch a glimpse of the gorgeouslyrobed king as he passes in triumph through the streets to the abbey and their throats will swell with the popular acclaim As the vast crowdssway and throb un der the tense excitement and enthusi asm of the occasion and the mighty thunder of their yokes splits the nil gaylydecked tant sections of the citywill catch up the refrain and cr Hail to the kingThe setting of our text carries us back to the period in worlds history when the Light of God was just begin ning to burst through the dreadful1 darkness of the centuries preceding and the scene enacted is similar in some of its details to that upon which the world is soon to gaze in England Similar in that a Lang was there re ceiving the homage and acclaim of the multitudes over whom it was ills rightt to reign but oh how dissimilar fo the triumphal entry as King leads to the crown of thorns and the death on the cross The shouts of the people are soon to be changed from Blessed be the King that cometh in the name of the Lord peace in leaven and glory in the highest to the hoarse mad cry of Crucify Him crucify HimOur text gives us the response of Jesus to the jealous angrycriticism of the Pharisees who objected to His be ing hailed as the Heavensent King Behind Him lies Bethany where at Ills omnipotent command the tomb was forced to give back its dead andI the sorrow of that home where Jesus loved to tarry was turned to blessed joy Lazarus in the midst of the multi tudes is a living witness to the power of Jesus and TIt right to reign The changed skin of the leper the seeing eyes of the blind the straightened strengthened limbs of the lame and the halt the rational intelligent bear Ing of those possessed with devils all tell their story and swell the enthusi csm of the multitudes In the imm diate presence of such mighty works and so many living witnesses Jesus must be exalted to His rightful place and be accorded the homage which iit was ills right to receive if but for a brief moment Anduif these should hold their peace the stones would im mediately eryout Think of it The cold hard unfeeling stones lying by the roadside would burst with th story of a HeaVenscnt King and pro claim their glad message if the human heart so insensible to the gift which God had sent into the world should re main untouched and human lips refuse to proclaim Him the King And it Would have been even so but thanks be to God there were some that day into whose hearts had come the reali ration that Ring Emanuel God with nswas even then present and they rejoiced in the deliverance He brought On that picturesque and beautiful roadway leading from Bethany up Trough the palm and flowerfringed path winding its ascent up the sides of Mount Olivet and down the steep descent through the valley of the I edro n and on into Jerusalem man and na tore were found for a few brief mo ments in perfect accord with the Di vine will and purpose The foliage of the trees was never greener and more luxuriant the brighthued flowers were never more brilliant the birds never sang sweeter or clearer than on that morning when Jesus in fulfillment of Scripture rode triumphantly as King to the scene of His rejection and His ignominious death As He passed alonq the raywith the shouts of the multitudes and the fresh voices of children ringing in His ears tIle trees bent their swaying branches in graceful obeisance the flowers nodded their fragrant tribute and the birds circling in the air above sent forth their notes of glad greeting and wor chipful praise and then sped on in ad vance of the rejoicing throng filling the air with their glad song All Jerusalem is stirred and moved byone im pulse it catches the refrain and goes forth to meet the coming ling Willing eager hands catch the bending branches of the trees which gladly give of their luxuriance to carpet the ground over which the King is to pass The flowers skirting the roadside fairy spring into the hands of the happy children in their eagerness to lend their fragrance and beauty to such a scene as the world hind never before seen and never again will see until the One who on that daywas the center of that jojintoxicated throng shall1 avOlin come in the triumph and rejoic ing of heaven to be received as King 1 bvt11e nation which then rejected lUrri i Jesus shall reign whereer the sun Does Ills successive journey run TtisJ Kingdom stretch from shore to sho reinsTill moons shall wax and wane no more Sounds of+ Joy and of Weeping While the ipvJUtudea rejoiced and t tailed Jesus as King the heart of our Lord was being wrung with the agony of His rejection and the coming destruction of His beloved city As lit reached the summit of the Mount of Olives He beheld the city and wept Ever It Jesus fcneM that many im that throng who were now prafefng Hint would in a few short days be cry ing for life blood With that infinite wisdom of Ills Divine nature He was able to penetrate the shallowness o the passing emotion and see beneath the germ of unbelief and the pas sion born of hell If Jesus had turned to that multitude that day and plainly told them that their song of praise was only the prelude to the tragic strains of the crucifixion that the same hands that were scattering brattchesandllotverainllispathtvoulcrei iinto the air and crying Crucify Him crucify Him they would have been as emplralc in their protwta tious that such thing could not be as was Peter when His Lord told him that before the cock should crow twice he would deny Him thrice It is hard to believe that the germ of murder of theft of lying of lust and adulteryof sins big or little lie buried in the human heart ready to flash forth under temptation like the powder in the magazine to which is ap plied the tiniest spark of fire It is hard to realize that that hardened criminal in the dock listening to his sentence of imprisonment or death was once a tender innocent little bile that the germ of sin was there which given full rein has grown to hideous proportions and borne fruit in the crime demanding punishment We rejoice in the present moment of case and satisfaction and superficial pleasure while our Lord may be just nt hand viewing us with teardimmed eye as He realizes what the next mo meats or days or years may brin i tbic throng which is praising Him our voices may be raised in helping to swell1 the hymn which floats out on th breeze from church window nn bre busy with the externalities of church life anti Christian service and tomor row when the day of testing comes and we must come out and be sepa e rate may be numbered with thc s whose cry is We will not have thi Man rule over us Unless the will be llongs to God unless it has been sur rendered to His control man knows not at what instant there tiny flash out iin his life that which will identify him with the enemies of Jesus Christ Teach me Lord my true condition Bring me childlike to Thy knee Stripped of every low ambition Willing to be led by Thee The Motley ThrongThree ele ments are markedly noticeable in the multitudes which surrounded our Lord during His triumphal entry into Jeru salem and the proclaiming Him as- King There were the few true heifer ers in Christ as the Saviour of the world and the promised Messiah there were the greater number of curious un thinking spectators who were quick to catch the spirit and enthusiasm of the ther popular cry and lastly there were the avowed enemies of Christ who contest ed every foot of ground which Jesus trod and endeavored to thwart His every move The crowd that surrounded our Lord that day represented in miniature the people of the world today in their relation to God and ills Christ If you Moanet Olivet that momentous day in which class would you have been found Xot many today would be found it is true among the avowed enemies of Jesus Christ tfor this is a day of popular re ligion and common recognition of Jesus Christ as a great leader if not ns the Saviour of the world nut would you have been numbered with the few believing disciples or would your heart have deceived you and while to day you were hailing Him as King tomorrow you would yield to the popular cry and shout with thc frenzied crowd Away with Him Self estimates are dangerous and un reliable It is easy to look at ourselves with the natural eye and judge that we would have stood with the few faithful ones It was easy to be long to that rejoicing throng as fit hailed the Lord as King but in tIlt dark hour on Calvary It we had been among the throng that saw the lowly Saviour die If we had heard the cruel song the heart less Jest the mockery Would we who now His triumph slug Have hailed him then as Lord and King Would you or IfThorns Instead of the Bejeweled Crown After the magnificent pa gent has ended and King Edward has passed in regal state into the halls of Westminster abbey the sparkling golden crown will beplaee upon his brow and the brilliant Soy al assemblage will greet him as their crowned king a fitting climax to tIll magnificent scene How differen- was the climax which marked the days following Jesus triumphal en try into Jerusalem How the scene has changed Instead of the re joicing multitudes the glad hosau nag the childrens voices the waving branches and flowerstrewn path we find the disciples scattered as sheep without a shepherd the dark visaged multitudes led by the Jewish rulers demanding that Jesus be cru cified and Pilate in his weakness yielding to the popular crind de livering the Man in whom he four no fault at nil into the hands of his soldiers to be scourged and buffeted as was the brutal Roman custom in dealing with the prisoner condentne- to d iliIWhile the frenzied mob tfutsfde was impatiently awaiting the cruciflxiofJ of Jesus the Roman soldiers too barre called all the band together J they stripped Him and put on Him a scarlet robe They Slatted a crow of thorn and put It upon His heB Then placing a reed in His nigh hand they bowed the knee before Him and mockingly said IHai I King of the Jews Ah what a coronation Oh tragedy of the ayes I Crowned with the piercing the emblem of the cursed ground from which the first Adam must ob tain his tiring How strikingly ai nificant that He who was to hen bodyfn the tree should have am Ilia crown that which sprang from the soil n s the direct consequence of sin Man in his hellish rage is only fulfilling the will of God and making beautiI fully complete the marvelous plan of redemption What a contrast The crowning of the earthly potentate is marked by the bringing of gifts the paying of tribute the showering of the best of the nation upon hula kingly head but in the dark picture before iw we see the gins of the world being rolled upon the Lamb of God the sin beau er Man is doing his worst in order that God may do His best and be yond that agonized thorn rowned head we see the vision of the risen 5and ascended Lord awaiting at the right rind of God for the fullness of time when He shall come again in power nnd great glory to rule over the earth Man may delay but he canna thwart Gods plans Disobedience and unbelief delayed the possession of the promised land by the children of Israel and it was not unto after 40 years wandering in the wilderness and the death of every soul but Caleb and Joshua who lacked not faith to- go In and possess the land that Joshua 1led the hosts of Israel across the dry bed of Jordan and encamped against Jericho The platting of the crown lastiV marked but another step in the rejection of Jesus as the promi Messiah of the Jews For 1900 years it has delayed the fulfillment thdgreat prosperity and blessing of the Jewish nation During the interim the time of the Gentiles is being fut filled and the church the mystical titee Listhe supreme coronation of the ages will be enacted with the hosts of Heaven as the attendants of the triumphant I King and the peoples of the earth the glad and obedient sub jets of the Heavensent and earth bought King But of that lay an that hour knowoth no man no not the angels which arc in Heaven neither the Son but the Father Watch therefore lest coming sicI daily He find you sleeping An what I say unto you I say unto all+ watchI that at the coronlT tion of King Edward all the nobles of his state following the placing the crown upon his head will crown themselves by placing upon the own heads their coronets What a sight this will be As the cent creations of the jewelers a catch the glinting light and throw it back in myriad gleams and flashes the brilliancy of the scene will be heightened and intensified Fork nate indeed will be the one whose lot it is to behold the magnificent spectacle but away beyond anything which man could devise wilt be thbat coronation scene in Heaven to which we are all invited and which we may attend if we onlwill Preceding the description of this scene in the fourth chapter of Revelation is givenI this blessed all inclusire invitation Behold I stand at the door and knock if any man hear Ioieand open the door I will come toI him and will sup with him and Ii with Me To him that will I grant to sit with Me in Myf throne even as I also overcame und am set down with MyI Father in Hi throne And we who have invited the Master in to be our guest here will be His guest over there an then Behold a throne was set in Heaven and One sat on the throne And uponlikeand there was u rainbow round about the throne in sight like unto an emerald And round about the throne were four and twenty seats and upon the scats I saw four and twenty elders sitting clothed iin white raiment and they had on their heads crowns of gold And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and tlmnderings and voices and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne which are the seven Spirits of God And before t throne there was a sea of glass li thde and round about the throne were four beasts full of eyes before and behind And when those anfbeasts d to Him that sat or the throne who livcth forever and ever the four and twenty elders fall down before Him that sat on the throne and worship Him that liveth force and ever and cast their crown before the SJrcne saying Thou art worthy 0 Lord to receive glory and honor and power That this language may be largely figurative is admitted but the fact that God h spnbolisminpro uncledr onlyintensifiesi maguificentFortnnatde may indeed who are pre s ent at the brilliant coronation ceremonies of the king of England but blessed Ckprivilege be to be present at the coronation of the Ring of kings and Lord of lords The invita tion to be present is to you and to wailn BLOSSOMStParfl totIbright blosAm and tons ful fills quiteIgrowsWho notdoubtsgrowlng gaudgsunshinerand the smell of fresh earthanThat every other man believes him self a natural farmer has passed into a proverb A similar conviction lies at failuresItor seedsman for the poor success of a kind of floriculture quite opposite to that prescribed The ampelopsis veitchi or Boston Iivy gives unfailing satisfaction as a porch wall or veranda climber The olive green foliage turns to bright scarlet crimson and orange in the au tumn and it will cling to the smooth est surface Either seeds or young plants maybe used to start it The balsam is an oldfashioned flow er but it is always attractive Some of the newer varieties are almost like camelias and many shades of blue red purple and lilac afford contrast with the white The dwarf balsams are fine for borders and the taller placedtis always delightful It comes now in many shades and colors and the veriest amateur can grow it The golden white sky blue and purple tones are all satisfactory White yellow and purple or white yellow and blue ar ranged together will make beautiful beds WELL FOR WIVES TO KNOW It Is always decidedly cheaper in anddgood furniture cleanedoand 0ypowder and parafllne Before laying oilcloth cover the floor thinly with sawdust This will increase the wearing power of thee oilcloth and will serve to dealers sound Make a splendid furniture polish by taking a wineglass of olive oil one of vinegar and two tablespoon fuls of alcohol apply with a soft cloth and polish with flannel During the last few years the dis rugsder These Chinese rugs are an ex cellent example of this saveIinda jar on a stove Mix enough turpentine to make a soft paste and you will have an excellent polishing material for oilcloth lino hardf ly anything Silkshouldl never be folded away itfotti any length of time in white pa usedftartchemical change in the silk and im preventssilk or woolen turning yellow is to thetfabrics when putting them away JUST AMONG OURSELVES atThe man who carries a pocket comb or mirror is by no means ex ceptionalSome call women angelsbut then you cant believe all that some men say The proudest moment in a brides life is when she sees her first cards bearing the title of Mrs unusuallyhapt outs the doctrine of heredity isTHE MARKETS 233dCATTLECommon 3 25 s1 5 00 Steers choice G 25 9 G t 0 CALVES Extra 6 75 p 7 00 HOGSCh packers 7 40 7 50 Mixed packers 7 10 Q 7 35 SHEEPExtra Q 4 00 LAMBSExtra 6 50 W 6 65 FLOURSprIng pat 3 90 Q 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Fifteen million pike fry and two million xnuseallonge are to be distributed in the Wis conE n lake= and it is proposed by the Wts cousin authorise to give the risiior to that utate thin suniner plenty of port with rod and line whuvayhichorts in Wisconsini and Northern Mi ngar Ieciall Lee this summer to take care of what they tcVisooninReaction Papa said the sweet girl graduate whoopErinoAnd this is the girlsaid papa sadly Appealforpression1 Chicago Tribune SUnUe Into Your Shoes Aliens Foot Fate It cures painful swollen smarting sweating feet Makes new shoes easy SOld by nil Drug ists and Shoe stores FREEAddressi Proof rosltlvcs- upposeIt I you sot i good table re boardWellmy regular boarders are laid up with the gout Chicago Daily New Good Guess A Georgia woman who tried to dis livehusbandsup thereIH Stops the Cough and works off the cold laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet Price 25 cents Dis world would go along mighty eay said Uncle Eben if every wan could be as smart at 45 as he thmght he 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and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes itchings and chafings in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations or too fro or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses andmany sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers and for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No other medicated soap is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE the BEST skin and complexion soap and the BEST and baby soap in the world COMPLETE TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOUR 1 yticura THE SET SI DUTAHCX CHIC Equally WIlITIXa scales other toilet Conititing of Ccncnu that C5c to cleanse the skin of crusts and Kalcfanil soften the thickened cuticle CUTICCKA OOTMENT SOc to IniUatlr allay Itching Inflammation and Irritation and soothe and heAl and OCTICCKA RESOLVENT TILLS 2Scto cool and cleanse the blood A SINGLE SET Is often sufficient to cure the molt torturlnlr dtifizurfarand humlllaUnc skin scalo ud blood bumouflt wIth lose of hair when all else tile sold throughocl the world Britlda Depot i2C1trterIte S4rcLH4leL French Depot 5 Rua de Ja Pm Pails POrtER DReG AND Cum Con Sole Props Botton 1 Ccrtcciu US A RrsoLTwrr PTLU Chocetou Coat4 are a sew tMtefeM odmtrleal eceoom leal substitute for the celebrated liquid CtmcTfU RcaoLYXxr M well as lor all other blood purifier and humour cures Each pill It eqllinleat 0ODe UMpoonf ol of Ua id BTI TTITT 1 up is euewcap pocUt TiaU coatataiBg H loses riM Uc 4 r II F 4I I 1- rr i ii is it if ix iIL IL i E i 41 41r- 41k 1 4 tii Tile hickman Courier I GEORGE WARREN Publisher UICKMAN KENTUCKY JJJ CURRENT TOPICS Natal was annexed by the British 5a years ago- Leopold Ming of the Belgians IK going totally blind Every year salmon becomes scarcer in Scotch rivers The wise man IB recognized by his inability to explain things Englands imports of meat for 1902 to date have decreased six per cent Analysts say that butter is the most nutritious article of diet closely fol lowed by bacon The earlest known reference to Inv sanity is found in Egyptian papyrus of the fifteenth century B C School children in Victoria Aus tralia are carried in street cars to and from school free of charge Boston town council has purchased a fire engine and given it the name of Edward VII But this Boston Is In EnglandThe of the great Northern auk which dietout more than a half cen tury ago is now worth anywhere from 1500 to 2000 Col W F Cody Buffalo Bill 1 Ii reclaiming through irrigation some GOOOOO acres of arid land in North western Wyoming Kuhel an Englishman who crossed tho English channel in a ninefoot boat will attempt to cross the A+ lantic In the same way Of the six rulers who have been murdered during the lest two decades tour met their doom on Sunday and the other two on Saturday Vesuvius has taken to emitting va par saturated with hydrochloric acid which falling as rain has dons grave damage to vegetation Mauna Loa and Kilaeua volcanio mountains in Hawaii show signs of activity volumes of smoke having be gun to pour from the craters Sydney Australia reports that the ubonic plague is not communicable between Individuals Rats mosqui toes and vermin alone convey itCarrie B Hunter of Snow Hill MdIhas just received the first license lor- a female pilot issued by the Baltimore board of steamboat inspectors Frozen meat which has been eatenI extensively In Durban South Africa since the war fa held responsible for the dyspepsia prevailing in that town An American syndicate Is said to be negotiating for tho purchase of the Mexican volcano Popocatepetl for the purpose of securing its sulphur de positsThe Ashio Coppermine the property of Mr Furukuwa a Japanese million aire Is one of the greatest copper mines in the world employing over 12000nienThe late Gen Chas H T Collis made the bequest In his will that hisItwo regimental flags be deposited in the tomb of his old comrade Gen Ulysses S Grant Dr M E Kooncea missionary at Rampart Alaska drove 1200 miles in a dog sled on his way to attend the Presbyterian anniversaries held in New York recently An easy chair has been presented to Thomas Dewar a rural postman at Kirkcaldy who has just retired after 34 years service during which he has tramped over 150000 miles The building in which Edgar Allen LiteraryMessenger standing and it is proposed to place a suitable commemorative tablet on its wallsEXGOV Merrills apple orchard in Kansas now contains over 64000 trees and is said to be the largest single Eightthousandspring It is said that more persons ride in the elevators in New York buildings every day than are carried by the street railroads The elevators in some office buildings carry lOOOO persons daily The government report of crops in dicated reduction of 2511000 acres of spring wheat averaging high as to condition There is more oats and barley but reduced rice acreage Ap plij crop reported short Since the greater part of the white inhabitants of Martinique emigrated onIaccount of the volcanos eruption the Negroes have taken possession atIproperty electeda governor and In dulged In pillage and robbery- M Michel Lagrave the commission ergeneral from the French republic to the worlds fair St Louis who arrived with the Rochambeau pant has selected the site for the French building which will be modeled after the Petit Trainon at Versailles- A new remedy for the Mexican voll weevil which for several years has 4 been advancing from the Rio Grande I at the rate of 50 miles a year has been found to be a mineral paint Carload orders of this material have been sent north as the local supply is exhausted Owning to the rise in price of property at Assouan on the Nile an Island purchased by Lord Kitchener for 50 has been sold by him for 1500 It is a singular fact and one caus ing much speculation among scien j tists as to the reason for it that nowhere out of their own habitation dII lions breed so freely as In Ireland HonR E Bobo of Bobo Miss who will accompany President Roose volt on a bear hunt during the lat tcrs contemplated southern trip klllrd 43 bears last year and pas a to- yaul to his credit of over 2000 VALUABLE TIMBER Miles of It Were Destroyed In Colorado By Forest Fires Sallda Col June 21 Forest fires In the vicinity of Mount Auray south west of this city have swe t up one gulch and down another burning miles and miles of valuable timber- A new fire started Thursday at Mills Switch seven miles from the Summit Marshall Pass on the western slope and In very thick timber It is less than 15 feet from the Rio Grande tracks and the smoke blinds the train men as they pass through Tacoma Wash June 21The fire I department of this city has sent men t engines and hose on a special train to I Buckley in this county which Is threatened with complete destruction by forest fires raging between that town and Enumclaw King county A great cloud of smoke hangs over Tacoma 33 miles from Buckley The Mountain mill two miles east of Buckley burned Friday Undoubtedly many lives of mountain campers and j loggers have been lost Enumclaw Is also threatened with destruction The whole population is fighting the flames but the waterworks i has been burned and the work of protecting the town is difficult The wind Is blowing a gale and much farm property already has been destroyed The damage to timber and buildings in the town is over 100000 About 40 women and children were shut off bii the fire from reaching the town and are suffering greatly from heat and smoke Twenty buildings and a largeI mill are burning Everybody is ready to remove and wagons are beIngI loaded THE PRESIDENTS TRIP All Arrangements Made For His Visit In Michigan Washington June 21Mayor Wil liam C Maybury of Detroit accom- panIed by Senator McMillan saw the president and completed arrangements for the presidents visit to Detroit on the occasion of the convention of the Spanish war veterans in that city in September The president will arrive- n Detroit Sunday morning September 21 and will remain there possibly un til Monday afternoon He will be giv en in opportunity to review the pa rade of Spanish war veterans and has promised to address the convention In addition to the members of the cabinet invitations have been extended to Adms Dewey and Schley and Gens Miles Wheeler and Fitzhugh Lee who nave indicated their intention to be present If possible From Detroit the president will go to Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids Invitations to visit ettles in the west continue to pour in on the president Representative Cochran of Missouri on behalf of the people of St Joseph requested the president to Include that city in his itinerary Representative r 1rr 10 r rueauta fctiiu tne people of Duluth wanted him and Represen tative IrwIn of Kentucky tendered a flattering request to visit Louisville In each case the president said he would be pleased to consider the Invitations ILLINOIS ANTITRUST LAW It Is Held to Be Unconstitutional and Void In All Its Parts Chicago June 21In a decision given l y Judge Elbridge G Hanecy of the state circuit court held that the Illi nols antitrust law of 1891 is uncon stitutional and void in all its parts He ordered a finding in favor of the tetondant in the case of the people in relation of the attorney general against the Butler Street Foundry and Iron Co By Judge Hanecys decision prac tically all that was left of the anti trust statutes of Illinois are declared to be n nullity In the 53 other cases similar to the one passed upon by the court a like finding was entered pur suant to a stipulation among the attorneys in the case LIFE SAVING SERVICE Bill Providing For Pensions For Mem bers Favorably Reported Washington June 21Tire bill prodding pensions for members of theme saving service was ordered favor ably reported by the house committee on commerce The pension rate provided Is the same for the members of crew as that paid seamen in the navy or privates in the army and the rate to the superintendent of a station is the same as to a captain in the navy In favoring the measure the commit tee took the view that this was not tho creation of a civil pension list as the perils of life saving are analogous to those of military or naval life and the life savers also perform coast petrol duty In time of war Import Duties IncreasedIWashington June 21United States Charge Beaupre at Bogota reports to the state department that by a decree of the 9th inst the Colombian government j has increased import autIes on all foreign merchandise from July 1 next Another Big Corporation Chicago June 21The Chronicle announced Saturday that a New Jer sey corporation rivaling the U S Steel corporation in magnitude is pro 1 jected It plans to be a billion dollar concern It may be called the Amer ican Meat Co Mrs Gov Taft in Rome Rome June 21Mrs Taft and hey children together with Capt Strother 1 arrived In Rome Friday They were received at the station by Gov Taft The pope will receive Mrs Taft tnd her eldest daughter ip audience i THE SUPPLYOF GOAL In Case of a General Strike it Would Soon Be Exhausted There Are Approximately 450000 Min ers in the Country Scattered In 30 States TwentyFour States Would Be Involved Indianapolis Ind June 21It to eSt timated by W B Wilson secretarYand treasurer of the United Mine Workers- of America that the present supply of bituminous and anthracite coal above ground would be exhausted in less than three months if there should be a general suspension of work in the mines According to this estimate iIf the national convention of the mine- worKers in Indianapolis July 17 should vote for a general suspension of work in support of the anthracite strike ass now proposed the vast Industrial machinery of the United States would be handicapped for fuel so that thousands of factories would have to sus vend work Wilson has statistics showing thero are approximately 450000 miners iin the country scattered through 30 states The miners of 24 four states would be actively Involved if thero should be a suspension of operations In Idaho Nevada California the Da kotas North Carolina and two or three other states brown coal known as lig nice in mined but the organization did not take these states into consIder- ation when it Issued a call Thursday for the national convention There are now over 300000 members of the mine workers organization Mr Wilson says that nearly every non iunion man would go out if a general suspension of work should be ordered During the first anthracite strike two years ago there were only 8000 anthracite men In the prganization yet over 125000 went out The anthracite organization now Includes 147000 men since the striket was ordered a few days ago tho Virginia and West Virginia men have been flocking to the union In Indiana 10800 men are employe- In l and about the mines The Indiana operators have a short supply of coal on hand Probably the largest suppl of coal Is the bins at Buffalo N Y and in other cities along the great lakes Mr Wilson says it is Impossible to keep a large supply of bituminous j long because of liability of loss from spontaneous combustion Anthracite can be stored Indefinitely but the supply In the collieries Is now running short The bituminous minesI iin most localities are being worked att capacity but the supply Is shorte- than usual Canada has no coal on which this entry could draw It there should L tt scncr ittittirt nc tttmstt tste might supply a part of the market but at a price that would be almost pro hibitive to the manufacturers and ordinary consumers The tariff on im jported coal is 60 cents a ton more than the miners receive as a rule for min ing in the United States At the coming convention the belief Is that the competlve districtWest- ern Pennsylvania Indiana Ohio andi Illinoiswill take a stand against a general strike These states have contracts that they do not want to break The combined vote of the ccmpetive district with that o r Iowa is expected to prove strong enough to prevent the success of the proposition for a general strike There are a number of states whoso agreements expire July 1 and It will1 depend largely on the outcome of the deliberations between their operators and miners as to where the balanc- of power will lie In the convention MILITARY ACADEMY BILL The Senate and House ConfereesI Reached An Agreement Washington June 21The senate and house conferees on the mitltar academy appropriation bill reached auI agreement The senate receded from Its amendment Increasing to the extent of 1000000 the fixed cost of the leaingthet provIdingforNew York also was stricken out- Most of the other senate amendments were accepted FOR REST FEED AND WATER Bill Providing That Cattle In Transit Should Be Unloaded Every 40 Hours Washington June 21The cattle in terests of the southwest have been OUt Jectlnjr to the provision of the law that live stock shall be unloaded fromI cars every 28 hours for rest feed andl and the housewaters committee ou comnsjrce ordered a favorable report on n bill urged by these interests fixing the period at 40 hours This IsI claimed to insure humane treatment and not unduly to burden the cattle shippers Transport Hancock Arrives San Francisco June 21The United States transport Hancock arrived Friday night from Manila The Hancock brings the headquarters and ten com panics of the 9th infantry besides 400 enlisted men 300 casuals and 50 military prisoners The Gunboat Marietta gunuoatMariettanavy yard under orders to proceed to San liEtorde9elopmentsIn J JRIOTS IN TORONTO j Efforts to Run Cars With New MenI Caused Acts of Violence Toronto Ont June 23The first at tempt made by the Toronto street railway to run their cars with men hiredI to take the places of the strikingt motormen and conductors was mett with violence Only one effort was made to reopen the traffic and the temper shown by the strikers andI their sympathizers convinced the offi cials that it would be impossible to run cars without strong protection It was therefore decided to appeal to the authorities for troops and to suspendi operations until their arrival Monday morningStones sticks eggs and stale vege tables were the weapons used by the strike sympathizers to prevent the railway company from giving a serv ice Several of tho imported men wore roughly handled by the mob and Motorman Johnson an old em ploye of the company came near los ing his life The worst riots occurred at the corner of Scollard and Yonge andI Eloor and Yonge in proximity to the Yorkville barns Very few arrests were made Sunda morning cars were startedI simultaneously from the barns at Kings street west Queen street west Yorkville Dundas and Yonge streets A crowd had gathered about the en trances of the barns awaiting develop ments The appearance of a car a the Yonge street barn was the signal1 for hooting and yelling by the crowd The car was run out to the main track and the conductor gave the motorman the signal to go ahead Th crowd called upon the crew to deer- the t car Their refusal todo so wa followed by ji shower of stones and bricks Every window In the car wa smashed and the crew left their posts and ran into the barn An attempt was made to run a car from the Yorkville barns around th belt line A big stone thrown againstt the window dashed the glass Into Mo torman Johnsons face badly lacerat ing it He was struck by a number of stones and was otherwise maltreat ied Johnson persevered however an linedThe attempt to run out five cars a the King street east barns at 8 oclock greatesyt disorder and violence several per sons being injured by flying missilei Including W H Moore private sec retary to Mr Mackenzie president o the road who was severely injured i tho face by a trick Three arrest- were made All five cars were badly shattered In less than five minutes after they made their appearance Motorman Quigley was struck on the injuredrMeantime the civil authorities were communicated with and It was decidl etlto call out the militia Seven hun nntedtii2ttrrorrithsr Niagara camp consisting of 250 rifles of the governor generals bodyguard 200 mounted rifles and 200 men of UK tat and 2d dragoons left Niagara wit their horses in three special trains a 10 oclock Sunday night and will ar rive at daylight In addition 300 olf the Queens own 300 grenadiers an 200 highlanders have been ordered tc parade at the armories Several hun dyed extra policemen were also sworn in Sunday night- SYMPATHETIC STRIKE- r Silk Workers in the Hudson County New Jersey Mills Are Out New York June 23 Twelve hun dred silk workers employed In th Hudson county N J mills met Sun 5day night at West Hoboken and de morneIng These workers represented abou- five t per cent of all the employes iIn the mills of that section The move is made to express sympathy with the Paterson mill workers who are out Those at the meeting declared no vie lence would be attempted but as soon as the police board heard of the action1 prya feet all workers t ho want to go to the mills Mayor Groth of Union Hill N J swore In 300 special policemen Sunday as a precautionary measureI against any trouble that may arise i I his town Monday The same step wasi taken by the authorities of North Ben gen All these places are contiguous to Paterson Maj Gen Wheaton Arrives San Francisco June 23Maj Gen Lloyd Wheaton who arrived Saturday evening from the Philippines on the United States transport Sherman which was held in quarantine returns in fairly good health His long stay in the islands and the responsibilities i he has had have aged him greatly IGovernor of the Transvaal Pretoria June 23Lord finer who was British high commissioner iin South Africa took the oath as govern or of the Transvaal here Sunday In the presence of a large assemblage of peo pIe He was heartily cheered by those present and a salute In his honor was fired from the fort Died on the Voyage San Francisco June 23 During tl e voyage there were three deathsPrl rate Wm E Carlisle of Troop C 1 tt cavalry Private Wm R Morris of Company C 7th Infantry Sergt Geo W Huyck of Company C 6th Intan try An Abundant Harvest London June 23A dispatch from Odessa published Sunday morning in- the Standard says that reports receiv ed there fromill the black soil grain producing regions of Southern Russia Indicate abradant crops AT A GARDEN PARTY A Fight in Which One Man Was KWet and Three Fatally Wounded Knoxville Tena June q31n at lacyupon the American armx in the Philippines made at a garden party here started a desperate fight which tot four lives One man is dead and three other Including the traducer regIwho defended tho name of the mili tary were probably fatally wounded Lincoln Monday who served three years in the archipelago as a member of the 9th infantry and who is a survivor of the massacre of Company C at Oalangiga Samar gave Alonzro Barger the lie when the latter de stared that twothirds of the Amer scan soldiers who went to the Philip pines were hoodlums and the other third were cowards and bullies In the fight that followed Charles Hobbs and John Kennedy took the part of Barger All fought with knives until Monday weak from the loss of blood sank to the ground Then one of his friends in the crowd handed him a revolver and he shot Kennedy dead Monday then shot at llarger and Hobbs but failed to hit eitherCOLOMBIAN REVOLUTION The Town of Agua Dulce Was Cap tured Last Thursday- t Panama Colombia Juno 23The fleet of government gunboats returned hero Sunday afternoon at 5 oclock with the news that the town of Agua ThursdaytiiAs the government forces approacn ed Agua Dulce over 100 governments soldiers who had been previously cap tured by revolutionary forces unuer Gen Herrera and had been Incorporated in the liberal army joined the ofeGen Bert Agua Dulce was captured without resistance The government boats went up the bay as far as the town slghti ing behind 300 head of cattle anne- t sailing vessel full of produce JUMPED THE TRACK Two Trainmen Killed Five Seriously InjuredItS1 passerQthe Chicago St Paul Minneapolis Omaha railroad due to arrive in St Paul at 725 a m jumped the track near Ashton la early Sunday Two trainmen were killed five others seri ously hurt and a number of passengers received minor injuries The passengers injured were attend yaurs4oncwhoworn brought +to wreckingttrain and all were able to continue their journey tohThetwas running at a high rate of theftofudengine The sleeping cars also left the track but did not overturn DYNAMITERS WORK Deliberate Attempts Made to Wreck a Circus Train Duluth Minn June 23 Dynamitors early Sunday made what is believed was a deliberate attempt to wre7acircus train bound for Duluth on thee Northern Pacific railroad at a point between Maple and Poplar Wis In seven different places between these hytl tors has been found The first explo sion occurred at 3 a m just as a freight train was nearing Maple The train was brought to an abrupt stop and sentinels were sent along the track towards Poplar to warn the Inv coming circus specials- DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Six Blocks of Buildings Were Destroy ed at Portland Ore nPortland Ore Juno 23A fire that started shortly before midnight Satur day night in the Phoenix iron works formerly tho Wolff Zwicker plant on East Madison and East Water streets burned for four hours and destroyed six blocks of buildings valued at 600000 The insurance amounted to about 200000 It was long after daylight before the fire burned Itself out The Boat Capsized wereidrowned Sunday evening by the cap sizing of a boat at Fern Glen a resort J5 miles from here They are Ed die Flynn 17 years old Robert Regan 16 years old Peter Larkin 17 years old Alphonse Kerns 16 years old The drowning occurred at the annual picnic of the St Louts turnverein The hogs were rowing in a skiff on the Mer emac river when It capsized and the occupants were thrown out Will Recognize the Union Altoona Pa June 23The 300 bi tuminous miners who since April have been on a strike at the Sonman shaft to force the operators to recognize the union have succeeded in obtaining rec ognition and will return to work at once L Trolley Cars Collide Philadelphia Juno 23A score of persons were injured in a collision of trolley cars at Chestnut Hill a suburb but the majority of the victims proceeded to their homes after being treated at a hospital J jjt CONGRESSMANFITZPATRIGK Says Peruna is a Splendid Ca tarrhal Tonic a a T Y Fitzpatrick tttColijressman Hon T Y Fitzpatrick Congressman from Kentucky writes from the National Hotel Washington D C as fol lowsAt the solicitation of a friend I used your Peruna and can cheerfully recom mend your remedy to fayonc suffering with catarrh or who needs a good tonic T Y FITZPATRICK A Good Tonic Peruna is a natural and efficient nerve tonic It strengthens and restores the activity of every nerve in the body Through the use of Peruna the veakenedorovervorkednervesresume their natural strength and the blood vessels begin at once to regulate the flow of blood according to natures laws Congestions immediately disappear Cntnrrh Cured All phases of catarrh acute or chronic are promptly1 and permanent ly cured It is through its operation upon the nervous system that Fernna has attained such a worldwide reputa tion as a sure and reliable remedy for all phases of catarrh wherever located If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Pe runa write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice free Address Dr Hartman President of ThellartmanSanitnriumColumbusO AUF- ORSTfNcYOUR SCHOOLHOUSES Cleanly and Sanitary Durable and Artistic Safeguards Health The delicate tints are made with special reference to the protection of pupils eyes Beware of paper and germabsorbing and disease breeding Kalsomines ALABASTINE COMPANY Grand Rapids Mich OU GIN DO IIT TOO yOver 2000000 people are now buy in goods from us at wholesale prices saving 15 to 40 percent on everything they use You can do it too Why not ask us to send you our 1000 page catalogue 1it tells the story Send 15 cents for U today 3 CHICAGO The house that tells the truth o iLIBBY Luncheons It W teat the product inkeropening can Turn a hf end jou find the meat eiactlrai it left putthemuptulhiewrg Tongue HIOC 1 ealLoaf BeerSliced aDdboluome ChicagoHow willzWANTEDWalnut Logs LUMBER AND TREES logsAddressIncorporated IOCISVIULE KY CURIS WHERE AIL ELSE lastsneat Cough Syrup Tutu Good DM la time Sold brdruBitUU x 1- V t s k f u t Pt- t F t tt ts td tf iri r u ii Itt Itkkt l I r Summer Gossip of the Modes and Fashions Some Dainty Garments That Will Be Worn at Favorite Watering Places HERE is the woman who does not wish to look her best in this month of roses To be prettily s dressed is almost a duty when the sun lights up everything A triumphant season of gayety IIs upon us and we want dreams of dresses to remember it by for a wom nos dresses murk epochs in her life Meanwhile we puzzle over the prob lem of what to choose What shall it be One of the new pinpoint fig ured silk voiles a floralpatterned de laine or yet another with a plain line of white running through the woof a supple jsilk Lonjsine or a more matronly Irish poplin The bareges need flouncing and also the flowered muslins Quite a new departure is the glossysmooth surfaced gaze de Chambery so useful for evening dresses for it has a silvery sheen which gives the most fas cinating effects For evening trains we fancy chif fon with flowers and foliage hand painted embroidered IISBC and a soft crept fabric of semitransparent persuasion Imngine these decorated with quaint art nouveau trimmings cutout designs of velvet with black chenille and a suspicion of gold or bands of tulle tufted with floss silk and studded with jewels are quite fairylike in their glittering splendor Then above all there is the blouse eternal to whose banishment fashion has turned n deaf car It would take pages to chronicle the endless variety in the tucked and lacetrimmed blouse TWO MODELS OF WHAT ARE NOW CALLED RUFFLE WRAPS slip made to he worn over a slip bodice Embroidered muslin flower sprigged washing silk and delaine which is only a new name for nuns veiling that muchneglected material are all used for these lovely garments We wish lobe good citizens so some white red or blue must per force lind its way into our toilette The red shows in waistbands stocks or ties poppies and cornflowers fore gather amicably whilst the starry marguerite completes the trinity of patriotic color Small vests or spencers in bright red cloth with tiny gold nail buttons are what the French would term dif ficile r porter diflicult to wear be cause their daring originality calls for a smart woman to carry It off well Skirts of lace are the raisondetrc of an overskirt cut out in panels whichwiden as they reach the edge of the skirt Each panel being framed in superb embroideries of jet or me tallic beads The effect of this skirt is to give height nnd elegance to the wearer Many skirts are entirely tucked in a herringbone pattern of the most intricate design Bodices follow suit and so elaborate is the mass of tucks lace insertion and tiny straps fastened with gold buttons that the frame dwarfs the picture A simpler bodice Is less likely to en danger our charms by casting them into the shade The crossover or fichu bodice is to my mind the prettiest and most becoming 6f all bodices it molds the figure and there is only a small open ing at the neck which can be filled in with transparent chemisette made with or without a neckband If we exaggerate the present styles we run every possible risk of becoming ri diculous csrkatures- Jfew xleevea ace plentiful and the Turkish sleeve is one of the favorites I It starts from a plain wide band of passementerie at the top of the arm I and falls in flimsy kilted material I until it is again banded into the wrist Another sleeve more original thanI pretty is formed of two very large I i gaugingielbow sleeves have upturned cuffs and deep pointed flounces of lace falling ii bellshapedisleeve is now made rather short and filled in with frills of lace I Gauging forms a hip yoke to some skirts whilst others are fully gath ered on the hips Timid attempts at tunics meet with but little success but triple flounces of lace and all kilted skirts share the favor of the plain lilysheath skirt Many of the panel skirts have ladders of graduated velvet ribbons which hold the panels together to halfway down the skirtSome novel effects in color are ob- tain d bj making skirts of different colored chiffon one over the other and most of the ballgown skirts are profusely flounced with kilted chiffon edged with tiny ruchettes Diamond shaped pieces of lace tucked silk orIchiffon oftcnhcid the flounces nail gowns are incredibly low too much so for good taste shoulder straps are done away with but ona otJiftowcrsstraps of black velvet ending in a bow with very long ends The very low bodices are bringing in the fashion of lace scarves which Ire drapedem pire fashion about the shoulders This style with the low headdress and the classical wreaths of ivy or floral garlands gives a quaint andold world air to our ball dresses The prettiest opera mantles are ot pedechineThesacque theyhaveor embroidery and rather short full sleeves Short opera mantles or populnrthnndc gnat long opera mantles and carriage wraps are made of plisse silk fall ing from a short yoke bolero The sleeves are wide overlongsilk Sunshades are decidedly rococo and ofbrightwith lace flounces or fringes and are almost covered withruches of ribbon lacebutterfliesHats are made of everything and chipsTullerolled are much used The smaller styletheya gigantic flat bow hides the back hair The large picture hats are quite pastoral with their hanging loop and floating ends of ribbon All are swathed in tulle and crowned with flowersAnemones ranunculisnapdragons columbine field flowers gardenias ea melias poppies and roses of every hue and texture are seen andover all the fairy foliage of the maiden hair fern or the delicate greenery of the asparagus Thistles and blow nwJTys flourish on the rustic straws toned down by black velvet bows whilst horsehair satin and dace straws are reserved for smart occa sions The Panama holds Its own as a traveling or boating hat and for all occasions where usefulness with smartness are required EFTKK OSMONDS nTF DESPOTIC AND CRUEL Legitimate Iteoultn of the Govern ment Treatment of the People of the IhlllnilMe repelling condemn the cruelties which have IhfUppinestraducearmy deplorable by very men who are charged with re for their saystheAs Senator Toller says the recital of these facts involve cansuro of individuals in the army but it does Rot involve censure of the army as a onlytheofficers and men had been court martialed for wrongs done the na- t hes Here was censure of individ ual soldiers by army courts tut it did not involve ensure of the army as an organization Mr Teller spoke the unduaiablo j puljwith these people is calculated to make a cruel1 and vindictive soldier- It is not that the nillcers gadmen in the army pre exceptionally in clined to be cruel and rintlictive They are very much title tha rest fllI the American people in chnrucler and disposition It is the system of arbitrary and irresponsible military gov ernment in the islands that has been productive of cruelty and vimftctive ness The senator suggests the explana tion when he says to the republicans You have got to face this proposi tion Give these people a free go ernment or declare that they shall never have one From the first there hns bees no frankness in dealing with the people of Ithe Philippines The republican loaders who have shaped the policy hUH carefully abstained from indi rating a purpose to give them a free government such as other people un der the iVmcrican flag enjoy So fnr from indicating any such purpose they have pursued a course calculated to make them believe they were never to have an American free government Their policy has been such as to make enemies of the entire population including those who were disposed to welcome us as friendsThere is too much reason to be 1nve that in consequence of this pol icy the Americans in the iisland with whom the natives have mate much in contact have fallen into the habit of treating ullul them with con tempt or as enemies with the excep tion of a few Macabebe heathen who are hereditary enemies of the 1nggl- the l i civilized and Christianized people of ati ifIna- gthTt11e uftfip 1tftIlf1fVtfj 1Aii to Gen Chaffee they are practica + engetrdcrcclseemed to our ottlcers and men t justify extreme measures of crueltyt and vindictiveness If we are ever to have genuine peace in the islands anything moref than sullen truce or submission un del silent protest this policy must give place to a frank declaration of purpose to give the people of the is lands free American government at the earliest possible moment This declaration must be accompanied by such a course of conduct both civil and military as will satisfy the people that we mean what we say and that they will be as truly free and much better off in every way under the American flag than they ever could expect to be un der any other This is the only path to peace with honor It is the particular path which Elihu Hoot refuses to walls In TRUSTS AND HIGH TARIFF Special Clause the Heelplcitt of lie l u hi lea it llnor In Ttint inrtys- leglIntion i Democrats may differ on the subject of expansion and imperialism but tht J can all unite in the fight against trusts IbecnlargeIycombines of wealth The democratic party is a party of freedom says the Nashville News It believes in equal rights to all It favors no special class over any other class It indulges in 0 legislation that has for its object the protection of one class of citizens partybelievescountry have industrial and commercial rights and that they should have a chance to compete in the open markets thequesstion always favored special classes but its whodowealth of the rich at the expense of the poor + The next great fight that the Amer istjiiefightustrinlfreedomfreedomThe justifiedinpeo pIe be made free and independent be fore the people of the Philippines and no man can consider himself free who corporationforevery stitch he wears The Dingley tariff law has made foreign competition im possible in this country The trusts by getting control of the manufactur ing plants have made domestic competition impossible and are thereby en illimitedwhichproteets cript v 3 THE TARIFF REFORM ISSUE Ono That Should lie Ire sred by the lleuiocrncy with Vliror and LKgre + sslwencrr I IOne of the most significant devel bearing upon the issue of tariff reform us that issue Is being pressed by the national democracy is the fact of increasing republican impatience with time radical minority of that party which insists upou the view that the Dingley tariff is too sa cred to be changed in the slightest degree There are now but two or three republican organs in the United States which stubbornly forbid their party to entertain any other view save that which absolutely prohibits tariff reduction says the St Louis Republic The majority sentiment of the republican party is against this radicalism of spirit The late President i McKinley saw plainlyI that tar iff revision was Inevitable Himself the apostle of protection he clearly sounded to his party the note of tariff reform To his utterances as much as to any other one influence is due the fact that the republican majority is today contemplating an abandonment of the Dingle tariff From the republican standpoint the embarrassment of the existing situation is found in time difficulty of making a grateful retreat front the high tariff citadel Tin extreme high protectionists contend that this retreat means a UITtladof the whole republican position on the tariff iissue This argument in having its effect Inrertitinty of lJUrIJO- Mlftttompanild by an apprehension which amounts almost to dismay Is apparent in republican movements The near approach of the congressional campaigns seems to add to the republican confusion hatever is to lle done by that party with re gard to the tariff issue must be done I i prcIpared act quickly The national democracy must press the issue of tariff reform with nil the vigori and apsrreiKivpnens possible to a harmonious party spirit and an j I excellent organiutSon Ipon the democratic party falls the duty ofI arousing the people to a full realiza tion of the bunko nature of high pro I tection which protects manufactur ers witRrt yelling their manufac tured products thfulwr in Europe than in this country thereby iiinlir selling the European eomjietitors against tvhuns the Dingley tariff is supposed to afford them a needed protection The time is near when I the protection issue must be settled from the peoples viewpoint not from I that of the protected trust The democratic party must bring about this settlement REFORMERS OF THE TARIFF t c r w merwar lion Hit Ills TriiKtn Lee OpritiiiK the Ityr of the People to Cer lain Inctn There iis a strong argument in sup port of the proposition that the stupendous trusts existing nail in pms Acct will bring about a revisioni and reduction of the existing tariffs until only those essential to the revenues of the government remain The billion dollar steel trust has caused leading republican legislators to urge the re moral of the protection which has become an absurdity not alone because the huge combine is a monopoly at home but because it is selling its products abroad for less than consum ers in this country are required to pay Now there is the threat that in time event of the beef trusts not being permitted to have its own sweet will as in the past it will adopt the tactics of the steel people and defy government intervention There is no reason to treat this announcement as anything but serious for it is in directt line with the tendency of modern organization and under existing conditions would attain the object that the promoters of the undertaking have in view says the Detroit Free Prcs It has never been established that the Sherman law has sufficient vitality to deal with the situation which led1 to its creation So far as practically tested it has been worsted in the courts and the precedents established have lessened popular confidence in its adequacy There is notable leek of faith in the power of the government under this act to dissolve the pool of packers and back of the question whether such a pool can be shown to exist within the contemplation of the law It is sincerely to be hoped that the govern ment can make its ease or as the next best thing that it can frighten the trust into a billiondollar scheme of absolute consolidation Tt will be an other incentive for a selfgoverning people to bestir themselves and insist that therightsof the overwhelmingmn jority be served The first and most effective move to this end would be time establishment of a tariff for revenue only OPINIONS AND POINTERS Mr Hanna may not care to be president but he will newer sacrifice his chances because he prefers to be rightDetroit Free Press Matt Quay composed the Penn sylvania platform so they say Being an expert fisherman he ought to know what sort of bait to use for the suck ers he wants to catch Atlanta Con titutionThose who are forcing high prices of living and yet refusing to pay wages to correspond will yet find them selves face to face with the whole American people Congress will be forced as thjngs are now drifting to adopt drastic measures No tariff traditions will be allowed to stand in the war The people will not endure the strain foreverBoston 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8le k tt- J J C Bdhrutwool be pleased tII bte all old frleadi to eel Freak GoeeV tad Chnie H rpn DR S K DAVIDSON JentistHIOKHAX KBNTUOK1 Dip vw Oill Owgllla Utu Bttr Cotton Belt outers is that the Cotton Belt is from twenty fiive fp fifty milesshorter than other routes j etthis saving in distance4 a makes a corresponding save ing in time i PuHnunNduring the day and frw Chair Cart f both day and night Writ and till us where you irt andLy i a tklll and send you I complete g schedule for the trip Wt will also tookOk t1t111 L Pl CMt IlL 1r1IL tilrLulyStb llu 1 Cask Book Store Splendid Belo of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS ICall and Reg our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BKRENDEH eft Co l A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAK KENTUCKY pt ITE MX A TBIAL wfcea jIg want tegairinitiI fettltyIUndtrtaktr QtoftiOJI- BEBOB Reialrood aid gelid ItUtV h alL Coia tad Cam wblek MB kStud up ia sbrt tia at niseic- hic1 prittt efGaH11A flhop star the Jill CITY BARBER SHOP To ray old oaitemen Wean here to stay No dy will appreciate yetis katroaac t or take afe pkaamre iei tI7 hir to 111e jfe twwa old n1IlMea H U O azIsu t r xa xi a E JIpIItuNEFrrI i t P y r v v i Va n FELIrE BUENGAMINO IeImorial She Was Assured of the Love of 6000 000 Native ChristiansPlan to Col onize the Philippines With American People Canton 0 June 24Mrs McKln ley Monday afternoon received from Felipe Buencamino a former member of Agulnaldos cabinet and now a leader of the federal party in the Phil ippines the greetings and memorial ot that party which he was commis sioned to personally carry to her He fame from Washington accompanied by Frank L Jeanny of the war de partment serving him as interpreter Thoy were received by Mrs McKinley and later entertained by former Secretary of State Judge Day with whom they visited West Lawn cemetery and afterward dined at his home The Fil ipino was affected by his meeting with Mrs McKinley whom he afterwards described as a fine model for Dolo rosa and team streamed down his checks as he addressed her TLo address contained reference to thr ifstress which the federal party of the Philippines felt at the assas sination of President McKinley It isi stated that he was the protector of UH Filipinos and that the federal party was honored in being allowed to tall the widow of the deceased preslt dint of its osteeni for him Mrs MfKinley was assured of the love of rtWOflOO Filipino Christians- At the remetery the visitors wore arr ittei1 to the vault on which rest the rf mains of the late president and Gfn Buencamino as he silently look ed ipon the casket again wept They also visited the site en which It is proposed to erect the McKinfcy1 monument and the family burial lot for the McKinloys M Buoncamino bofrrc hp left Washington Monday night said ho would remain at the capital until after the vote on th Philippines bill when ho would go t eo No York to work on behalf of a plan to colonize the Philippines with people from some of the crowded districts of the United States He said he hopes to Interest Mayor Low in a plan to send 1100 6f the people out of the 11 non on every square mile In New York t9 occupy and develop the 20 oon eon acres of land owned by th government in the archipelago NEW YORK RETAIL BUTCHERS They Form a Company to Fight the SoCalled Beef Trust New York Juno 24Tho Retail1 Bujchgrs Protective assqclatlon an uopneed ilpnday night that a com pane had been formed to fight the so called beef trust The company has a capital stock of 1000000 two thirds of which has already been sub scribed according to President Edward F ONeil of the association The officers of tho association pro fessed a reluctance to giving out o information on the ground that the publicity might result in defeating their plans It Is said however that arrange ments have been made with drivers and ranchmen In the west to suppl 2000 head of cattle a week the ship ments to begin in about a month The present demand In this city Is between 10000 and 15000 head The new com pany has been named The RetailI Butchers Abbatoir and it is said Has already been promised the active support of the 45000 retail butchers in Greater New York AN OVERTURNED LANTERN 1 It Caused the Wiping Out of Madison III By Fire t St Louis Juno 24Flre caused by the overturning of a lantern In a sta Tile at Madison III Monday night wiped out practically the entire city At midnight the damage was estimated at 200000 Practically the entire population united in fighting the fire No human lives were lost but a score or more of horses were burned Tho loss is believed to be partially cow erect by insurance The Bill Vetoed Washington June 24 President Pcosevelt Monday sent to the house a vetj of the kill removing the charge of desertion from the record of Ephraim H Gallicn who served In a Tennessee volunteer regiment during the civil war The president cites the records of tho war department to show that tho record of desertion should be allowed to stand- Sentences Remitted Ottawa June 24ln connection with coronation week celebration the justice department has remitted tho sentence of four prisoners putting iin life sentences in tho penitentiary and one serving 25 years for attempted wife murder They were convicted of murder and manslaughter Wireless Telegraphy System Honolulu June 17 via San Francis co June HThe wireless telegraphy system is about to be reopened be tween Honolulu and the Islands of Maui and Hawaii and recent tests in dicate that the system will work very well High Price For Cattle Chicago June 24At the stockyards Monday a new high price recor for Texas cattle was made by E Tanner of Alodo Tex Eight steers averaging 1314 pounds sere sold b him t766 THE WINIFREDE MINES Nearly One Hundred Men Went to Work TV day Morning Charleston W Va June 24Nenr Ily 100 men went In at Wlnifrede Mon day and operators who lost their men because Wlnifrede went out are ex posting them to return On the other hand It is reported that Raymond City down the river from Charleston will go out Tuesday The transfer of men to Ohio mines continues Agent Ayers left Monday morning with 88 men Rend 8 Co who have closed their mines in this state indefinitely arc running their mines In Ohio Supplies from headquarters have n come to all mines and Monday a com- mitteE in Charleston was soliciting subscriptions to support miners ware on strike- Cumberland Md June 24l1our hundred miners employed by the Aus ten Coal and Coke Co and in the Orr and Kite mines in the Newburg W Va field went on strike Monday Ti men struck for the union scale and in sympathy with the Pennsylvania and other West Virginia strikers Shamokln Pa June NTho Phil1 adelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co Monday withdrew the policemen and nonunion firemen from the Henry Clay and Dig Mountain collieries and will It is said abandon these opera tions The water s within a few feet of the upper level in the Henry Clay and will soon run into the Sterling mines which will also likely bo aba n doned The workings are all connected and before tho strike employed 1400 men and boys FUNERAL OF KING ALBERT Ambassadors Ministers and Deputations of Foreign Officers Present Dresden Saxon June 4The fu neral of King Albert of Saxony who died June 19 which took place he Monday evening was most Imp ie9 save Tho Catholic court church where the funeral service was held was draped in black Tho coffin of the king was covered with a red satin pall and around it a vigil has been ekcpt Jpr Saxon officers and dignitaries of the Saxon court since it was con veyed to the church last Saturday Ate the service Monday evening the ra of the church was occupied by mem bers of the diplomatic corps the ex traordinary missions to Dresden to at tend the kings funeral which include Andrew D White and the Marquis Dp Uniteed States and French ambassadors to Germany ministers members of the diet and deputations of foreign offi cers TWO BLOWN TO PIECES A Man and Woman Dynamited Bnby With Them Uninjured Knoxvllle Tenn Juno 24Dyna mite destroyed the house near Lafol ette occupied by Herd Jones and Mar the Chapman early Monday They were both blown to pieces but a baby with them was thrown several yards without injury Four cases of dyna iit commissary the woman were from Knoxville He was a foreman on the works Robert JenKins was arrested at La Follette Monday afternoon on tho juyry cause the explosion required only five minutes timo to hold Jenkins responsible and he Tjas arrested when he drove Into town Revenge for having been dis charged by the foreman is the alleged motive THE CUBAN BLACKS Petition Congress to Annul the Discrimination Against Them Havana June 2tAt a meeting of the colored inhabitants of Cuba heM here Monday the participants voted to petition the Cuban congress to annul the existing military orders vt hi make distinctions against the blacksthe They denied any intention of Vial and said they were not conspiring hut simply chiming their rights legally and with dignity They declared the country belonged to them equally with tho whites and expressed a desire live in peace Those present at ti meeting also asserted that the black and white races were on an equal footing in Cuba As a result of the re cent clamor raised by the blacks for office they have been offered SO places on the police force and 12 positions as letter carriers Clevelands Go to Buzzards Bay Princeton N J June 24 Former President and Mrs Cleveland a family left Princeton Monday afternoon for Buzzards Bay where they will spend the summer They will return to Princeton about October 1 Will Secure Telegraph Lines Philadelphia June 24 Negotia tons have been finally concluded whereby the Postal Telegraph Co will secure tho 3500 offices and all lie owned by the Pennsylvania railroad now operated by the Western Union Will Be Transferred to Paris London June 24TUC idea pre wails that MichaelHenry Herbert willI not long occupy the post of British ambassador to the United States He will be transferred to Paris when Sir Edmund J Edmonson the present am bassador retires- Presidents o Relatives Injured Milford Ct June 24Rev R H Roodsc PresidDant Roosevelt were slightly injured by peYrch o housert RIFLE RANGE CAVED Three Men Caught Between galls and I Crushed to Death Seagirt N J June 24The partial ly completed rifle range caved in at R oclock Monday catching three men who were trying to escape betweens the toppling front walls and the rear walls crushing them to death Instant ly Gen Bird W Spencer the inspec tor general of rifle practice of New Jersey and his assistant Lieut Col Richard B Reading who had only the moment before stopped to talk to the men while on inspection of the work had most miraculous escapes- t from the same fate The men who were killed were Anson Hale John n Marsh and Jacob Shlbloy residents- o of Manasquan No J All three were married NARROWLY ESCAPED LYNCHING Edward Rich Charged With Retaining- e Possession of a Boy For Reward Albany Go June 24 Edward Rich a young white man charged with re taming possession of the body of Sld nay Wallls a boy drowned in a nearby creek for reward narrowly escaped being lynched near this place Monday night Rich had been ordered to leave the town but after his departure a mob pursued and captured him Hisacaptors had fastened a trace chain around Richs neck when the officers arrived and only the advice of cooler lheads prevented serious trouble VOLCANO KILAUEA Continues to Show Unusual Manifes tations of Activity Honolulu June 17 via San Fran cisco June 24 Reports from the vol sine Kilauea continue to tell of tin usual manifestations of activity and- re Indicate that the display of force is increasing There has been however no considerable outbreak Many peo pie have gone from Honolulu to see the volcano and the volcano Hole has been full ever since the outbreak was reported to be developing CHOLERA ATTACKS SOLDIERS Ninety Have Died in the Philippines Since the Disease Broke Out Manila June 23 Ninety American soldiers haTe died of cholera since the disease first broke out Owing to the Increase of cholera the health authorities here and in the provinces are en forcing stringent regulations The to bthe1530 cases and 1236 deaths provinces 73C9 cases and 5440 deaths CHINESE CRUISER WRECKED One Hundred and Fifty ornccrcnntl Men Lost Their Lives London June 23A dispatch to tho Central News from Shanghai says that the Chinese cruiser KalChl was wrecked Sunday by a terrific explosion while laying In the Yang Tse river The KaiChi sank in 30 seconds and 150 officers and men on board were killed or drowned Only two men on board the cruiser escaped death Pitcher St Vrain Spokane Wash June 24 Manager Andrews of the Tacoma baseball league has wired to the secretary of the National Minor league that he will not allow Pitcher St Vrain to play with Memphis in spite of Chicagos release Andrews says St Vrain must play with Tacoma or not play at all and says he will not take less than 1000 for his release Steinfeldt Crippled Mancie Ind June 24Durlng an exhibition game hero Monday between the Cincinnati National league team and the Muncie club Harry Steinfeldt of the former club jabbed his tinges Into one of Bergens snapsnots and chwas badly Injured He will he out of game for some time The Cincin agnatis won 11 to G Assistant Secretary Spalding to Retire Washington Juno 24Gen 0 Iw Spaulding first assistant secretary of tothe treasury has been notified by Sec Heeprobably will not again exercise the functions of an assistant secretary Declines a Peerage London June 24lt is reported here that Sir William Harcourt M P bos declined to bo elevated to the peerage on the occasion of the corona tion Death of William Bement Lent ndNorfolk Ct June 24 William Be ment Lent of New York author of Halcyon Days and other books died at his summer homo here Monday aged 60 years Kid McFadden Knocked Out London June 24Kid McFadden of San Francisco was knocked out by esBen Jordan the English pugilist in tho 15th round at the National Spurt ing club here Monday night To Fight Anarchy and Socialism Buffalo N Y June 24 Bishop Quigley of the diocese of Buffalo has appointed a committee to draw up plans of an organization to fight an archy and socialism This step has been taken in line with the recvmmen dation of the pope Pottery Plants Combine Pittsburg June 24A combine n six of the largest whiteware potter plants in the country hao been con summated and tne charter was grant ed Monday The new company tail I be known as the American Pottery Co IFTY SEVENTH CONGRESS 19SenateInterest uRuonIncreases Inthoapproaches Thursday at2 oclock amendments canaldispositionbereachedWedesday enUresessloaquestionHouse theendswaspoliticalspeech theloaderadvantageduroIngdeficiencyappropriation setspeechMrBartlettamendment Telmhursothesalaryallowed GovGenrmenuesInenrlyIndpclaredthatcongresswould 4Theappropriationillwaspassedawhichbills reported from the committee on Indian affairsWashington 20SenateAnisthmian lately constructionson plghtvotestltuteforbilltheo 34 After two amendments to themeasure had been adopted one pro MAP OF PANAMA CANAL ROUTE vIding for a commission to supervise thotlteiproviding goldbondsconstruct the waterway it was passed y a veto of 67 to C The Spooner BUD pressdenti i he can obtain a clear title to the Panama Canal Co property but other wise he shall adopt the Nicaragua route The Panama route was con senateItTlta ittttaNcarasuan roulen1hOnlyquestion left open is the title to the property and that the president will1 adopthee t senate had some debate over the trou thhouseappropriation bill and finally for a conference with the house thoweeksernment bill in the house was signal ized by a remarkably strong and exhaustive speech by Mr Cooper Wis chairman of the committee on insu lar affairs He spoke for almost three hours and was given close by both sides of the house Washington June 21SonateNbusiness of importance was transacted by the senate Friday in open session eicept to agree to a conference report finally disposing of the military academy appropriation bill Soon after the disposition of routine business the senate went into executive session and at 310 p m adjourned until Monday HouseDebate on the Philippines civil government bill continued in the house from 11 a m to 5 p m and at a session held at night The speakers were given close attention each side enthusiastically applauding its respec tie orators The Isthmian canal bill was sent to conference after the senate amendment had been nonconcur red in The house reiterated the pos i tion it had taken on the army appropriation bill by ignoring the action o the senate and sending the bill bad to the senate after voting to adhere t- Its disagreement to this objectionable array post amendment Washington June 24SenateA motion was entered formally in the senate Monday by Mr Quay Pa to discharge the committee on territories from further consideration of what 1Is known as the omnibus territorial bill a measure to admit as states the terri1 tortes of Oklahoma New Mexico an Arizona Mr Quay spoke briefly bu forcibly in support of his motion No action was taken on the motion During the latter part of the session the unfinished business the hill ratifying a convention with the Choctaw an Chickasaw Indians was under discussion It was not disposed of HouseThe debate on the Philip pine civil government was warm iin the house and henceforth promises the o of a much livelier character The increased Interest Is due to the Injection into the debate of a comparison of the cruelties charged to have been practiced in the Philippines with those which occurred during the ctv war To Help the Convicts Tacomah Wash June nJ W Merrill brother of one of the Oregon convicts who have been terrorizing the country around Salem since their escape has given up a good position here to go to the assistance of thefor fugitive desperadoes FailuresfNew ork June fa ures in the United States for the wee number 1771as against 165 last week 190I0 15 this week against 12 last week i S d ee I c H I iiFROM ALL OVER THE STATE ja 9 RIVAL DIVE KEEPERS In a Fight Two Men Were Killed andIIj One Fatally Wounded fightinbetween rival dive keepers resulted In death to Henry and James Shackle j ford brothers and the fatal wounding i of Smith Overton The engagement i occurred early Sunday morning The ii Shacklefords ran the moonshine saloon j in Cabin Hollow and a short disIj lance away was one owned by LukeI j Hopper and Henry Muller The men jI were jealous of each others business iJ and so fell out Hopper is supposed jj to have killed both the Shacklefords Overton belongs to Hoppers gang NoI arrests have been made and more trou ble is expected at any moment GOLD CRAZE Louisvillians Are Hunting For the Pre clous Metal in Back Yards Louisville Ky June 20 Nearly ev ery one in the southern part of Louis- Ville is engaged in a hunt for gold since the precious yellow metal was discov ered in the yard of F M Raley on 14 street near Sixth The craze threat ens to spread for many people are Dow of the belief that Louisville is built over gold and that if the search is continued another bonanza will b revealed THE MOB WAS FOILED It Went to Wickliffe to String Up Taylor Abbey Colored Pads mh Ivy Juno 21Nenr Wick lUTe Taylor Abbey a Negro tried to CAtch Miss Annie Hobbs while the 16 yearold child was with a younger sis ter en route home The children elud ed him and Abbey was soon lodged in tail Friday morning 75 men went to the Jail to lynch Abbey but were foil ed He had been removed to Clinton for safe keeping There is talk of go- Ing there after him KNIFEeIKentucky Woman Plunged the Blade Into Her Jealous Accuser Harlan Ky June 3onl com here from Leslie county that tIre Ma tibia Saylor met a young lady and sc cased her ofpaying attentions to Mr Saylor and that the young woman ii- a in fit of rage plunged her pocketknife into Mrs Saylora left breast wound lng Jiar tatally JlhaOIBQrt fUCtktr saya that the kniieu9er coped Will Soon Enter the City Lexington Ky June 20 Workmen in a few days will begin laying a downtown Y for the Lexington S George ytown interurban road The big cars will soon be running into the city instead of merely to the city limits as Is now the case Surveyors are al ready at work laying ort the proposed Y Will Sink a Well beenn Uncovered on tho farm of J T Oz mont two miles east of Benton In Ral lard county Ho detected the strong j smell of oil in a spring and having the liquid analyzed found it contained a great deal of oil A stock company is being organized to at once sink well Made a Wild Scramble Paris Ky Juno ODeputy sheriffs and the police raided the local poolroom I Fourteen spectators and the pool employes and operators were captured The paraphernalia was confiscated In the scramble to escape some wellknown sports narrowly escap injuries by colliding with doors an window frames GifthVersailles Ky June 20Plans for the new school building and dormitory of Ashland seminary Mrs J B Ha gins gift to the Lexington diocese of the Episcopal church have been a cepted and the Work of construction will begin soon Fifteen Years fn the Penitentiary judavitcharged with the murder of Bob Penc returned a verdict of guilty fixing hi punishment at 35 ears AffairsdLexington Kr June 21The fir of tho defunct investment companies of Lexington to wind up its affairs the Equitable Redemption Credito receive 2314 on the 100 Waterworks For Versailles Versailles Ky June 21 Edward Gunster representing Pennsylvania coonitcil for a franchise to put in a system of waterworks in Versailles Wright Gets a Life Sentence Parts Ky June 23Tho jury In the case of James W Wright after being out a short time returned a vcr diet of confinement in the penitentiary life Wright was on trial for the killing of Thomas Butler in this city on January 14 ilFound Dead on the Road lfColumbia Ky June 23Davld Fib gerald aged about 55 ynrs who came to Adair county from North Carolina issix or eight weeks ago was foul l lead ton the road four miles north of Crlncbia Cause hemorrhage IN A CAFE I j j Young Merchant of Lexington Took Alt I j Overdose of Morphine j j Lexington Ky June 23James Mc Cormick a wellknown young mer chant Talked Into a cafe Sunday morning and taking a seat at a tau le called a waiter and said Send for the ambulance and a doctor I am dy ing His words caused commotion but his wishes were carried out HJ was taken to a hospital and died soon afterward An overdose of morphine was the cause of his death It was not suicide McCormick being addicted jto the use of the drug taking an over dose IN THE SPRING The Body of a Little Child Found Bur led By the Land Owner West Liberty Ky June 21MJolum exchauSedfarmsto his new farm tie was rdvlsod not to uso the water out of a certain spring on tho farm After inspecting the spring he found a child buried about two feet in the spring Groat excite mont prevails County officers are in vestlgEting the matter As yet there Is no clue to the owner of the child DisappointedeOwensboro Ky June 23Twirlias the date of the marriage of Miss Lena Miller and J H Seaton both of this city been fixed and twice have their friends presented themselvcs each time to be disappointed because the marriage did not take place At the first wedding the bride did not ap pear and at the second the bridegroom failed to show up Killed a Constable West Liberty Ky June 20Coo Lyons shot and instantly killed Dock Furguson on Paint crook this county Furguaon was constable in the Paint precinct Lyons was trying to make Furguson give him his revolver so ho could follow some other men who he claims got his whisky Furguson re fused and Lyons shot him twice kill Ing him instantly Muhlenberg Coal Land Deal esGreenville Ky June 20 Another deal of considerable magnitude in Muhlenberg coal lands has just been consummated James Graham of De trolt Mich associated with a party of capitalists of Nashville Tenn has paid 347000 for the 2700 acres of land and the mining appliances of the Mud myci Qoar Y f liiUI Attempt to Hang Himself Covington Ky June 23 Despom1 out because his father is dying and he himself Is serving a sentence for a crime of which he claims to bo iniii cent Clarence Bridewell tried to cor mat suicide In the Covington jail Sun day night by hanging himself to n bar He was discovered in time To Establish Glass Factory Brandenburg Ky June 2LIha Calor Oil Gas Co Is under negutia lions with a view of establishing a large glass plant at Willow Dale in this county The plant under consid eratlon will employ about 100 skilled mechanics and 150 helpers and labor ors nCol Whallen Must Pay Louisville Ky June 21A jury Fri day awarded Theodore Hallam of Cov Ington Ky a Judgment for 1000 against Col John H Whallen for legal services at the time Col Whallen wet accused of trying to bribe Senator Har rell ShipmentertOwensboro Ky June 23 Twenty car loads of cattle were shipped from here by J W McCulloch to the Martin Byrne Co of New York The cattle weighed about 400000 pounds Convention of County Attorneys Louisvilleg Ky June 21The sec cand annual convention of the count attorneys of Kentucky will be held at Estill Springs July 9 10 and 11 Gov Beckham is expected to be present ryAGas Well Sht Salt Lick Ky June2iThe Gully Raeehealsgas well in this part of the state It is 350 feet deep Threw Himself Under a Train stParis KaJune 20Will Talbot a young white man threw himself under isan L 8N train Thursday morning and rswas horribly manglal but when picked up was conscious Struck Oil in Garrard County Lancaster Ky June 21t Carters vlllle this county the Southeasters Kentucky 011 Co struck oil of the highest grade at a depth of about 500 feet Drilling will continue Power Concentrated Hawesville Ky June 21W P AI len of this city has on exhibition rotary engine eight inches square which develops fourhorse power and makes 3000 revolutions It is pro nounced successful by experts He has applied for a patent A Strike at Paducah Paducah Ky June 21AU the em 1 ployea of the Rehkopf Saddlery Co walked out claiming that the company dihad cot lived up to its agreement I toads several weeks agoI when Cam l of th men struck rf rd rIt s I 1