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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r O YjOrJRJERt F A OLDEST E iS APEPIN WjgiaERN KEISTTTJCKY l ESTABLISHED 1859HICKMANa FULTON000NV4KY JULY 4 19O2 VOL XXXVII NQ 23 I rfr 4fr 4fr b t- e S r- FF 4a 7G FRAUD WOlfED BY EASTERN GAUG Jor e 291ho plot to rob whole sale houses in which Bene rhirlrnvlWo C fTn of7in cinnati the North American Watch Company of Mans field and other houses in Npw York and NcAvark N ellgilieele1iti alias Joseplv rranckopf in I Now York Henry Harris under arrest here in connection with it confesses that haul Tracy arrested in Cincinnati for thei Ij same kind of ascheme some l time agovis ona of irhe gangY Harris was a clerk in a cloth in store He say0ranck opt hired hurl for 1 a awcckt seven weeks ago Mis bride of six months ctiine here tlo jailliorchaintsj Cincinnati Newtykl Tioy Il and other cities liave been defrauded out of thousands 1 of dollars worth of jjewelry clothing laces itbV a band from New York headedi by Tianckof who is i n i to the metropolitan Polio as Jake Underhill Several accomplices1 in this and other cities secured goods on pretensu of opening a new store at No 384 Fftdwul street Youngstowu uJ1tr a jliillnr They sliipbed the goods 110 men in other cities for e1itt posal f r The 1jiolice say Ifairis was the local agentt and they arrested him on Complaint of jt f I11 till1 llJ1l Jn1 J1 t1 IiIX k V IT Harris conducted a big correspondence but now that he is in jail he refuses to receive a quantity of mail J addressed to Granckopf J 1 Under the laws of Ohio the police think it would s Jje difficult to convict t11er prisoner So the L1 IR 1postal authorities were called in and Inspector Owen o Canton will arrive on Mon day to charge Harris withbjt using the T inil fOr fraudulent purposes In the mean time Harris is locked upon the charge of obtaining goods under false pretenses made by the North American Watch Company of Mans field its bill being for 600 worth of goods Harris wife has no money and went to Pittsburg friends tonight TIE HE r IS JTIIR CUE ALKST Not how cheap but how good is thc question The TWICBAWEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to soU a ttlrst class newspaper Ik prints nil tho wens that is worth printing If you read it all the year round you aro posted on all tho important and inter cstiug affairs of tho w rld It is tl best and most reliable newspaper th Itinmoney and brains can produce an those should be the distiuguishi traits of tho newspaper that is designed to bo read by all mem ors of the faUli1VSubscriptiol1ricc 81 a year Au newsdealer tucwspauer or postmaster will receive your subscription or y may mail it direct to THE REPUBLICy St Louis Mo kSafen Womans Life Io have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorches ter Muss For years sho had endured 1 untold misery front a severe lung trou blo and obstinate cough Often she write I could scnrcly breathe and sotuetiaueS could not speak All tors and remedies failed till I used- i Kings NOW Discovery for Consumptioni tad was completely cured bntlcrors itfrontit tTrouble peed never disappoints Cure IB guaranteed by Cowgill Cowgill Price 5Uc a 3100 Trial bottles free JOBS ARE SCARCE YOU N G ME AND WOMEN SHOULD SHUN NATIONAL CAPITAL Memphis New i This is no time to e01llP to Wnsliingttn to hunt for a Covernm nlijob The completion of tin principal work of tho twelfth census and the oounstiuent discharge of 2500 employes 1hits poured upon the com jminity It surfeit of clericalI j I material inaii y Of whom aiv f i I doomedll1t fiadvQmbarrasFj meiit and privation It iipitiful to secth number of jn bright young uian mid wo i men who coiral tire and holdII Government Pie just enough to bra tkltp horn t ies and Ipossibly opportuni i firs of getting on sooner in IIi the world away= from VashII ill tOll and 1ilStlOtlTt flioughf to become infatuated with life in the national capital f I have their grasp upon ohieialji irosierity cut away by tile I relentless pruning knife of lehuehll1tnt It iit 1pi tiful I j i ii rtfau5I1ot infrquently inilietst revous wounds upil on pride and so uptimes enj tnils with bitter disaploiut- Incnt actual suHoring andjl even coiiplele denwgenient of capjuity for usefulness in any oceiii ation The hnndnMlst of displaced unfortunates who luive wist pnrtnwntdoo1wa I l c P11rei f i 1 1 P11 Washingtonl life Andf J e- rxsw r It tIi ar llnd1 l rstntntivpS are gU ink away for the summer either seeking yeti or look ing after their own jobs hen the main force of pos sil lo help the precious in HUjinfro will bo quite dis solved and when the dog days descend upon the town there will be no part of thatfwill more certainly realize hat tliero is= something else war that is hell The Perfect Liter JlediellllIIII Mra M1 A lolley writes I have used Heroine for a unmber of years and can cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect livrr medicine nnd the greatest blood puritler It is u medicine of positive merit and fully accomplishes all that is olnimod forit Malaria cannot find a lodgment in the system while the liver in in erfect order for ono of its func tions is to prevent the absorption of fover producing poisons Herbino is a most eillclent livor regulator 50c at IAp A W S Ellison COURIERJOURNAL 2TIMEH A WEEK 1 104t TIMES A YEAR i The TYHmWIIK COUKIEK l aoJUUitStl is the mst paper pubhshed the United States for Democrats and manyui i Dailies and the superior of all other Semi Weeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor i ay1ho Wednesday Is uo is devoted to i NEWS lIAIrBHS the Saturday issue souotlfree UU application Address COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky DR S K DAVIDSON Den1isiHTOKMAN KENTUCKY CotvfillDra lrni store Lu jNice line of Perfmnos loilet Waters Soaps Talcum fowdors FacePowders Druu6 Store O i BLIPOR I lIT l If you uaut to bU ai farm laud timber laud honsas untflffi trek of goods call and Set io at ttlo HlLOp llickiuui 1y Call ofwrite fur t rtu ATTORiflATLAW SI caial 411 tttipof HI otions etc J W NE Hifi tAN t I lEXTt II A WI t55 Zc I I TIlE HENRY B WILS1N CO ai1dlntefioJJExterior nting Graining Hardwood IMishingF DECO RAWING Plain and Decorative = a Hanging AH work loarutttt1 lit kfaetnrr Prtt rraconahle BIc iar IIIiP iii ir ill Kt Olko E oSl v jtLEDFOBD BitNDLB r CerieS9FreJ Meats Hardware Queensware and Fedthff vt y J eVe rrytccrvthiav uuatic litinlatrilJ I i nii J- JJptins will llo spnrrdl 111pl rritnmlr r6TCa1IlOJii ia li Perchaice After eotteclton pta yup aiU Jiji aidrotpo present el1hont H r AatJI t l Dlir 1 r i f lErAN 4DS f l 11t an cnnstantly1 r rvivin Fresh Tro ris yf all kinds Clinico 1 Froli M utts QIUHHS wart iHiriirssf Ihe UpQin Fivox tlv Clay and Krn1 1L A lot of useful articles for Jpp JTny andI Bran 4Iat1 JJj U v- bf Qt J W ROGERS SON T Y I ASH I OAS1HIR CASH 1 I I hflvotho largest and lot seated stock of Frosh- Grocorios in the city which fam wiling as low as the lowest for Cash Jnd Cash only also parrynCOluplpooliue eddies nucl ITurncRs which will b 5011at rot k bottom prices Call and examine mv stock earl be convinced JH J3 QE A2 It hotSZfII- l V RI If I CLOSING OUT SALtI1 have dteitd to cll out myentire stuck of II IIJ axsls Notions Sbtt ud Htip tent HatoiI 1lUtS Trunks antI trtYt ing bag at f i II III I I I i L D1 SIMMONS BUCHAANS CORNER il i NO WEDDING I BECAUSE PROSPECTIVE BRIDE WOULDNT SHARK THE COST Ikgat4i e tie woman jond not pay half the Hcense fee fL- ee tUpltl walked out of the cquntt chrks office rijfrst tllii ufilnoc3f auAsaid they wottld notnmrrV The clerks hOtlgl t1ky St jw tl tI only- Joktni at first likifr wre soon cojivinceil that they were otllOUS A Iplainly f1r SSelcu1eI who did Itot jrive heir nam s walked into fcbe of Hf of kninty Clerk Chartes TnihanV Thursday afternoon late Th u tiny cattedl Xpr a marriage fiSense pmt Clerk I DI Hmilh1u the license hook HIH1opt1lntl it lvfotl + tthem I TIlt following eohvira lioni followedI 1iiallllehisthelten5I i interrogated the in n Two dollars was the rlJt 1y 1 tI lYItUlan totJj g4 Otothd a JNfa5 tfltli cit retort I J Y1 II1Httft4 fliintlil1lkin1 i rrf the niJiu was only joking the I woman asked him his name aril put the pn on tthe patrejII L l write t he nH 111II Vou neednt mind if shes tot jroiiiL tot pay half of the lligtO e wen not get married yfladttlae man i r Ii tLtt1woll1an withVCsli spatMiiiir with fire and VMT lip twitching stated in t enii i emphatic terms tititmilt voidhnoth uoduce the 1 Ulll they walk tll out of the t room I 0 It f li lt hIr Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba N V writes After 15 days of oxcrucm ting pain front sciatic rheumatism uu ltr various treatments I was induced to try tiallardV Snow Liniment the first application giving iny tirst relief and the second entity relief I can Rivu it unqualified recommendation tfJ6Oc and and 1 at L P t W S El 13011 o WHAT CONGRESS HAS DONE IPasspfl the Panama Cnnal Ihill Killed the bill for a gov ernment cable to the Philp pinos Passed a river and harbor hill carrying 70000000 Passed an irrigation bill Passed many thousand of special pension bills Prohibited the sale of oleonmrgaiine as butter Abolished 70000000 in war taxes I Shi l passedlI by the Senate and killed in r the Houset Reenacted Chinese excl u I I sionAppropriated 8300000 for remodeling at the White House f fPno appropriation bills exceeding those of any ser I Itiiou except in war I The Same Old Story 1 A Kelly relates an experience similar to that which has happened m almost every neighborhood in the Unit ed Stated and tins been told and retold by thousands of others He says last dysenteryaummerand purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choprvnd Diarrheo Remedy which lo according to directions anel with entirely satisfactory results The tronbh was ebntrded much quicker than formar attacks when 1 used other remirtiiw Mr Kely is a woll kuow- citizenj of Hondowou X C For sole by I Oowgil fc Oowjril 500 ORES WHEN LAND OfiO acres wheat land for rest apply R E DODOS tBros 7 HEAD DoWN AIRANDMiItord Mass Jnne 2d tOUis Yard a youth of twentyy mid a unique cxperiem as a balloonist today and lives t tellof a jour ney 3000 feet in the air entangled in a guy rope He landed in a tree atop a mile away Ward was holding one of theiguy ropes for Prof HelmanJSii Qt t air balloon at Hoag Park The professor claims to have warned him how to act when the baHppn was released but Ward evidently lid not do right for he became entangled in the rope and was jerk= ed into the air head downward Ho remained in this position l balloonthe gavernrdhe pulled himselt into an upright positioiu The balloon reaehud 3000 foct and the professor after telling Ward to keep C 01 and tbeballoona snit descent Tbe balloon slowr I ly collapsed and began to settleI drifting ofl to leeward It lbroughti P up on the top of a tree and Vard hone the worse for his flight reach4 cd the ground a mile from hty1s st lrtiiI poi1tq 11 A crowd of 3000 was speechless thefirthdmvnwardnil were depressed until wordcame that both the aeronaut and his Companion were tuItartnetlI r Summer prevaittlfamily use of Cluunberlains Colic Cholera stud Diarrhoea Remedy one of tho br+t patent medicines manufactured and which iis always kept on hand at till home of ye scribe This is not In txndfd asa Jree puff for the company toleuititNofuuilyould t especiallyinVJpurY Madisonvillo Ky June 30Threo boyr Herman Ford David McCoruiiclc and Henry McKinzie of Nebo were shooting frogs this evening As they pointi shoot David David then said ho would shoot hoary and just as ho pointed his gun it went off the bullet striking Henry in the head just above the forehead killing him almost in sUmtly Neither of the boys thought the sun was loadedExP- ICTURE AGENT FINED ITickman Ky June 30E W Far well a representative of a Chicago con corn for enlarging photographs was taken before Judge II M Keacby and fined 10 this morning for abusive lan guage to a Mrs Edwards who declined his work as inferior Parwell was mak ing oil with the original photograph titter having used rough language to Mrs EdwardsEx a TT T- Tt L IOI S11 tI + Building z t Material I ftI trBE t 4 Doors and Windows Shingles inc sv f Lime nut Cement 4 U Builders Hardware + tcoES + f 4tT + I l FEED STUFFS I+ Hay Oats Conii Bran etc etc tt + If LP WSEIIiSON i M+F+Ag 48 Htf4t F ii +Jo WWti If a Man Lie to You ointmentnlotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Hucklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles BornD Hoils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin Eurptiona prove its the best cheapest 2acat Cowgill Cowgill drug store I C- 4 t w 1 r 040 J x oj I S + r- T rtonb r r 1 fify JI1I iiiI 1 L h ri im I rII- I It It It t I lF- t l lf f riI r ty s 4 J I rt fr tt UlCKM N COURIER I GEORGE WARREN Editor JglCKMAN KY JULY 4 1902 Some one uccused Jndge Warren the editor of going to Texas on a blackberry hunt but we are ratb inclined to the contrary notwithstanding his great taste for the berry ttL- atest dispatches from Englands ruler are more faverable The danger line is passed and he will likely be crowned in September If King Eddie should be called to KO with his present sickness the Prince and Princes of Wales would become king and queen concurs of England When one ruler falls another stands ready to take his place t t I We are better prepared after a weeks trial in gethering up news to till the Courier to be in sympathy with its edi tor We have ransacked the weeklies dailies and the city besides calling on telephone here and there and then trying to think of what in the world we Aould get to till in with and on the last day the printers tell us now they only lack about a column and n qnarrcr Gee wiiiz 1 what will we do t + Editor Gone West This weeks issue if discovered to be more new cy than viewsy you may know that its owing to the absence of the editor The one who has been sitting in his office from day to day and for your has gone to visit a relative in the Lone Star State and to take a neededrest after years of faithful service to his many readers No doubt when he re turns he will be in better condition to give you a better paper thin heretofore The vacation for the editor is as much a necessity as that of teacher and pupilI pastor and church Wo ask the help of all the people to make the Courier a breezy sheet lor the next two weeks so that onr editor may hear from all the people and cheer hits as he reads of the doings in tho hometown Every body that wants a goodf pull had better see the editor protomt I aud tell him of ull their rich kin who are visiting for the summer tait t Wealth From Tomatoes ilumboldt July 1 LTlie tomato season is now iu a good shape in this section and the farmers ars as busy as bees The shipments from the territory within a radius of six miles of this place aggregated something more than fifty cars yesterday and still the crops ripen very fast Sonic idea of the im I OJ oJ amounted to three tram toad About 1000 cases are packed to the car mak ing a total of about oOOOO crates that left here yesterday These cases brought from 40 to 50 cents each on the plat form turning loose something like 20000 to 25000 The prices are not so good as they were two or three days ago but are fairly satisfactory and profitable to the growers It is thought by conservative estimates that about 300 cars will leave this territory a section less than ten miles square this week These cars will net ou this platform very iiearlv =150000 The above clipping only demonstrates beyond a doubt what might bo done in our own vicinityi if tho farmers would stop long enough to consider We are too much inclined to run in old ruts and do what we do mcchauicly 1h physician that strictly carries out the theory he has committed and never uses his common sense will soon find himself a back number So it is with men of all professions and the farmer who is to the world what tho sun is to the solar system must it he stands iin the front take artvantagoof every such item as above Would not this enterprise bring to your pockets more money than your wheat and outer things all put together besides your crop is made and gathered in a few days and you are not subjee- to the many losses attending your present crop Again it would give work for all the boys and others who are found as idlers on our streets Aud in this way only would bo distribntal1 to all classes Money in all pockets makes a prosperous community What say yo4 farmers for another year lay oil at least one acre for tomatos and tr it The R R rates will come when t hey have something to ceino for I Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of diges tion cry out for help by Dyspepsiasi pains Nauseo Dizziness Headache- liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle through and guaranteed to cure 25c at UowgUl Cowgill drugstore 1 MEMPHIS MOUMMi NSW After several vexations delays asg breakdowns the new Memphis MornindI News has overcome its obstacles and ini now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis andI special correspondents hi all the Mem phis territory and gives the newsof this section Its telegraphic service is superb The Memphis Weekly News will appear n May 28th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies Aoff the daily and weekly it to 5 f NOW FOR THE JULY SELLING 1 N S4571 1 j J fk F il1tfr6SitAnd that means an extra effort on our part to hold your means special inducements keep you coming Its an actiyf alert stock and wo fill tho noenllnd dull season full of brightest and best values of inducement in honest substantial furnlturS and home furnishings that will justify n buying trip of maujpv miles Then if one wants the popular itientho various itoi- that add beauty and delight tn the homo lifoin fRet thQ lnfflS n11thron idesirable and a purchase along truly economical lines IE s- ws la r i y TEPflENSK i 1Jl111y I f Jail at Rogers for fresh canned Him barb Mrs Rosa Adams Cuba is now spending a few weeks in nUll around the city She is taking a needed rest ns missionary from Cnbn Mrs Lena Threlkold URn nx u pleasant call Wednesday Little Miss Lavorue Throlkekl iis visiting her aunt Mrs Jane Jackson at Clinton the past two wetiks Mrs S D Luten anti children loft Tuesday for riummtouiu Toms 101 bw fgone two week or more IlIag any ono been aronnml to sec Charley Purr since he moved into his now and nicely furnished nmdenco This denotes days of prosperity Dock Little of Union City the jolly drummer mint was in the city Wednesday Mr T S Hud in5 of Union Citv spent Sunday in Hickumn Mr lass Glaser and George Mothuny spout the week iu St Louis Tuesday was the first of tho mouth and u t nod numhor of onr uonnh worn 1 W 1Rog w Son will rPCoif Monday Fresh butter crackers Chepso crackers and those delicious luluWafers Mrs Tom Led ford and family loft Wednesday night for Roaring Springs Kyt where tine will spend the milliner Mr and Mrs Fleet Coleman of La are the guests of Miss Mabel and Beapie French for a short while The Revs Mr Packs hero been hoH ing evangelistic services in West Hicks nun for a few evenings the past week We did not learn the results Mrs H D Watson of Madrid Bond Mo gave us a pleasant call Wednesday last She will spend a south in Union City with her daughters Mrs Curlin and Dahuke Miss Montgomery of Louisville is thiseweek She left tor homo Wednesday T J OKourkc wife tutu son Edward visited several days in Riploy since last issue They accompanied Miss Hart Mrs ORourkes sisteri home They returned Tuesday Miss Ada Casebeer of Union City was in the city Monday Mrs J W Powell Misses flayhell Panua and buttle Deliow returned Sunday from the W 11 Conference which mot in Fulton last work They had a pleasant as woll as a profitable meeting Baptisttby the palter The membership especi ally and all others who will comp will be appraciated If tho authorities of tho city will just step around to the southeast corner of the court house premises and look east up Wellington street they will see that the deep ravine has no bridge across its There are a few families who pay ayfoottnans bridge Dr J M ilubbard was called to Col umbus Thursday to see his brother who was seriously ill lIe went up on the Georgia Lee at 10 yesterday morning Ho has not returned on going to press hence wo cannot report as to Mr Huh conditions MnJ M Craddock of near Davis Cha pel was in the city yesterday He tells us tho prospects are good for fine crops in his section Quite an enjoyable day was spent on tho Haniby pond last Wednesday A congenial crowd was invited in fact all done to make a day pleasant for Miss Kathleen Kin man It being given in her honor A grand dunce of course added to the occosaion Those in the party were Mr Edward Prather and Miss K Kiugman Mr Tom French and Miss lie bell Fuqua Miss Bettie Deoow anti Bob Isler Miss Annie AEllisou and Cowgill Rogers Mildred Ramagc and Tom Moore Laura Brown flit Shaw and Mrs Iin man Mrs Lizzie Ellison Ruth and Louise Mr Boogher Mrs Millet and son i AN ENGLISH STORY jLIKE OTHER STORIES M HAS SIDES PRICE OF A SHiWK thiUfJA man walking through sayS4LAUdoTitBitsto n which was attached a signboard with tho inscription Shaving TJ Halfl lcmyflJfl fund shop seated himself in the choir tiftnsbdto be shaved I The knighP of the razor fjrofully lathered and scraped away atffno aide- of i the customers face apqugonlU and IISOIII110nrllflourishlint you dont call tins finished I expostulated his victim kehuggig hi I seat Beg ptirdou sir do you JIother sido done CbJ well said time ham tr I her with n hair oily sumilo f 11I nrlhnlantgo forlhdtheDotSAud era tr on tho other side oU dtr I Iuhisp nn which he tendered to tin lbarber I ploII What YoU got on your board outside Shaving a hapenny g Very true But if you will lucre tho goodness to observe youll find tit that inscription is on melt sfde of tl board vl know Unit I Vory good sir There arfttivo sidesK I i i yetfaceIIriee repliwl the unit Svilh h band ou tho door kuob milt if you will have the goodness to ob Srro theIt hapunny you will find thor irlIrt two tides to that as well x PAINFUL ACCIDENT KLD HALL OF FULTON INJU R ED SATURDAY HaIl AT BOlTON WOOD POINT v Blcl J1 N Hall editor of the American Baptis Flag of this city sustained severe and painful injury pit Cotton Point Afo Saurflay night He had just landed at the above named place on a boat and was walking up the landing where on ac count darkness he stopped on a nailrfine nail pene treted his shoe and 11N1i deep into his foot Ho was unable to secure medical aid hythatpartially healed and was in a had eonditionjj He arrived home last night and Dr Colin his physical thinks it will be many days before he can walk SAME OLD UNLOADED GUN P 11AtI 4 oUllt1I y today Kate Schwartz ag i edeight pointed arifle at lie I sister Anna aged seventeen The gun was discharged1 and Anna was instantly killed I NOTICE j I hereby notify all persons having I Hee I I in August 1902 or ther wi I be forever after barred by law MRSR D W 1 Tox Il I Q I Ii I I I I I Iiook LookWE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE A nERIGArEVdt1YEkYlIREFIELFENCE I 1 i ihl1 of large strong wires heavily galvanized I I Amply provides for expansion and contrac I tion Only Best Bessemer steel wires I I ti always of uniform quality ver goes wrong no matter viuw great a train I i put on it Does I J butIies demii turn I rUle horses I hca and pigs ii I EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED- by the manufacturers i I Cull and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence vow fields so they will stay fenced I This to the fence formerly sold Uy M13 Shaws Soon We intend to keep it io stock if it cau be bought We alto have a large and well Delected Hue of haggles Farm implements harness Set W S HENDERSON CO v p TEXA8jJoJ Arc hrstreachedbthe otton licit which line runs tI trains from St Lo s thel a Ad Cairo directly i through the most fort tto o ArkAnsas Lou isiana and Texas sr ihs either reach direct or ma e o e i SSE 11 connections for all parts of th t Southwell oi wntr y SJ you want to 8 nd a good bonte I I UIIIf the SouthwugtVwlwre bljf crw I III l lIlkIl I IrII Ilifexaaii to any pur9on who la soft w L WtaBEAaME G P4 TA SL LOUIS II better his condition HOJ 1 11 = H I I lllltI 1 IIlN WAGON f a AS Uld1RIiUti 11l7IF1ILhItIt1flp- t fTJ O1 tJ C Jn= B mJ JI m mrl vlA = i DrJ II Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies IIINIHUrI1 L1 ROOFINC+ A SPEOItLTY Dont fail to road the advertisements in l this issue it will surely pay you i i PATRIOTIC WORDS i I i Sonator Chniincoy DelI inaii art Me on tho Fourth of JulyJ speaks words which ghuiiM find n responsive oclio in the Malt of every truth Ainericnu Ill part Senator Depew says urn the generous spirit of our jtinWiiiiHl the brjoad catholicity of- tli hour vo cultivate no itenlI and revengesWe andLordofSll3kcfpenrt andlohnsame language and lineage we no longer bloodillflue tration and1 1He rivals onlyI in the race for n better civilization and theNorthare united in strengthening en larging and perpetuating the re hehold anddisabilitiesappear from Great ill itain IFrance u republic the German and Italian people in possession of restored Iroptfnlinwuir oflikenregenerated the political condi tions of every race subjects our independence brings before the mind in all proporlioltstruggJeforpatriotism virtueThe ary armies the men who sat in whoframedleftbehindthe and principles tthat will preserve theyaniluateand character of the nation iJOHN RINGWOODi Gtenoxoal Gxaoerie DeisUetoinlss shndlE1Std HicLnan Keeps nil kinds of Groceries and Family Supplies jCHICKENSjI Delivered Free IIGoodj Telophoue No 89 Forum For Sale 102 acres Nearly all cleared good im provements 2 yt miles from Hickman Apply to MRS ARTIICE KING a s r a c J y t a a i i J r r J J w vr rara rir n t 5 fA t k a Iirr 77- c 7a 7f Ia 1 J l lI I I r w 71 a- ii Jill i ELLISONS Begin Today i Thp first of a t liit of- ri if Special July Salesrse o continu through the week SlecIa1t3 m P ek J3epat mcnt IIrTBargain Department 17 doz Towels at lOc The lot indudtlilII Turkish Toirokt l siw 20x40 inches 1 Purv Linen Towels 20x42 inches Fine Bloaehod Huck 17x39 inches I Linen Damask 16x321lOcItvti I 4 Baby Elite Shoe Polish Sc Clairette Soap 3c In Bargain Department In Dry Goods Department 43 pcs Fine Batistes and Lawns Sold heretofore at 15 nod JOe Sale Price I212c ys A6 pcs IRussian and Egyptian Trimming Laces Ic Worth lOc a yard at 1 5 Cents 1 Width upQ 3ii In Millinery Department Mice Costello has jwopured this week About 50 Trimmed Hats All newly trimmed Not air has boon shown before And would hue sold earlier in toes wt at 300 manyjj Sale Price 1501n ti Clothing Department 20 Doz Suspenders Atfl J I 1 f 1I t MadeI of 40 and 50 cent WebbingI t Sale ilfrice 13 cents 43 Doz Mens Hose ry Colors Reds Blues Browus TansanrfI Black Are goon vfttaes nt 15c Sale Price 8c Boys Summer Underwear 1 Through1 an oversight we got a doubly seek To get rid of then weve 1put ci price on them Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers I9c Uoal Price He- V Better Grade 2oc a Regular Prioo 85o s 4 11In Grocery Departments fj I Sugarc1 fi 20 Ibsr to eaoli customer 1 Masons Fruit Jars Quarts at 48c0 t E HalfGallon at 69c t In Org Department 3 iiTj Quadruple Extracts AppleBloSSOlU l Rose c GeraniumSale Price Per Ounce 35 CentsThe finest Perfnnfe mud Itgultr Prif our i SODA WATER FREEWith oO cent purchasp in Drug Dept LP W S Ellison f ti Codltlstnt iris JV CfCyttYlyttyCyly j SCHEDULEft mtfc 3 Leaves p m 11 Leaves ia U1 10 9 ArrivesARBIV1IJ I M Arrives POI ho mu5Ii Misi1 Isitr made a pleasant visit to Iducuhtfiss i iniUJCcAlrs niveYnitylr liryaat of visited hiss WjPirliur 3lrli TLedortli jr lttlitutotJtrjVill NoelI the Nashville drummer Wni in IlirkmAH again the ymt wtkI MissIJj1r4 sI sboppii K Straw hats at big bargain prices at ioe tithrf RiCE NAY WI Miss Maybdl Fuqna entertained theAlliance sitdreadinJli1rs Annie Shaw is visiting her CrystalPenn ndayRwh rItheHA new bu ines will strike wt before some oue W COntingSpecial values in Summer underwear and hosier Shoe Store lUCE NAY LOR Uncle Billie Hatcheraon of near Poplar Jrove IH confined to his bed thisweek Alias Mena Deistlebrink u in Chicago taking a higher course iu music at a conservatory Mrs F E Case after a severe iHnM was able to be iu her place at churchgrain last Sunday MrsIlaukinsdtyvl9itflubbard orMontsum- mer at the health resort Miss Mary Roach will spend the PoplarroVtMr T D II Dal Walker the popular ijjjiud accnmndatiua L11 Line Agent visit d his home in Cairo this week SiT 115 Brewer Ks of Clayton was on iur streets on business Monday Mr Srewir H one of No is best farmers coIr J inch tpi1 get into his ew artDcI1 J1 managerIhad u nice time hhrpers RICE A NAYLOR MiasJpbdiaGreenKyEmusStephensv- i Miss Merryiiian of Union City was leetwl to fill the vacancy made by the theCollegej in1licknsauliu Bust unw There nro imrties now who will Sion locate here Mud they must have frliomesr greatlautapastfeweeins that every sweet bas its hitter Poi Master Stephens moved into his nowuitLowfnrnitlIrrftliat liickinnn is not an up to date city ClaytontTennbronsjht another load of earn for the market Henry is one good farmer ami sacs he has the fittest prospect for toorn that he has had for years TylersLakon the Dlncin boson of the lake The Captains a man of push and energy and what he undertakes he in ike a knccess of qf l tbiullenltyfiiiuhe put on It take such men to improve the looks of a picturesque city Jlike onrs W M thaws new rosidouc fear State Liin iis neitring completion and will be when finishedone of time pry t ietlt residences in thst vieinUv L P KMison and family have roovedj into their hew home overlooking Went prcttiestbOlllesj wrekltindertlI i thetftrllllrhiuv to liinHli the season however aatt no out will lie hurt in the shower A heavy wind and rain torm visited Uibyiiii cuuutr just north of Mitoo Tenn Jnsi Stttnrdiiy at one oclock awl did iisnibraMe dnmage to crun acid other 11Iprh Oar Sister city Fulton bar again voti first hoiiMn DelegJites to the 1V inIpraise of the roynl mnnnw in whirr tluy Wre eitertino durin Ue lust- wItk feat plenty and K KKI fellow ship are by no meting Uio Ifnrt of tlu much good of this enterprising iittti0 citv 477 t ffJibs Auuie Llelnti ableto be out after a severe spell Attorney J W Honey mado n busi ness trip to Huntington Monday ro turfumg Wednesday evening Mus Blauch Cue is visiting friends in Wingo Ky for A few days Harry Rutledgo was a little under the weather a few days the pest week Torn Moore of the Union City CoQ merciai is at home thus week on a furlough Little Yerginia Prather has been eon tined to her tied for the past twenty days with slow fever but is at this writing aouie what improved Judge II F Reiuly and wife moved into the residence made vacant by Mr Myers this week Muss Irene Amberg who hRs been vifitiiig her iter Miss Sadie for some weeks rerun ed to her home in Paw si HI M Ark Saturday morning showers of rain have fallen IUutt ut our section for the past tkaud now the farmers as well as our luirwl men are feeling more cheerfulI Mis Faulks has gone to Memphis to visit her daughter for several weeks Mr K Anders left Sunday for Waverly he hat accepted a position for H A Tyler A Sou M iiss Bes ie aud Lena Threlkeld from the Poplar Grove neighborhood have visited their brother Cue ThretkeW this week WANTED Any young lady under tO can apply at this office Sad will he directed to Mr Dick Robinson LUST One black coat June 26 between the Brown graveyard and Brown place on Troy road The finder will be liberally rewarded J W Brcrrojf Mrs Hntcherson of Baxledeil was buried at Rush Creek Wednesday Mica Carter from Jordan roan iu thu city yesterday Miss Inez Parker of Nashville is visiting Miss Kate Walker and others J A Roper wife aud little daughter Inez was in sboppiutc yesterday Price Henry and daughter Victoria of Cayce were in the city yesterday shopping Miss Jessie later is expected home to day from Paducah whore she hAS been visiting several days L II Lockhart of Union City visited W M Shaw and family Sunday Mrs TAJ Ledford left Weunoedny for Roaring Spring Ivy to spend the sum wer ITOIII Morgan was in the city yester day W F Gray of Tyler ilo arrived in tin city on hoard the Georgia Lee yentenliiv H tells ns Wheeler and Tyler have something near 500 acres of the finest corn ever known in Unit see Lion Cotton also is looking as lime us can be When lhewatr and light ilmt aro again in trim nod onr bmnneas mou lay their heads together onr city will soon taken front seat with bettor advanta ges than mutiny of her sisters Hicknmn w fast forging her way to tho front in enterprises that Will toll of her prosperityRev T Stninbock ono of tho moat Doteldivine of the O P Church passed to his reward last Saturday at 834 p m It the residence of Ur W A jtowlkt4 of Dyersburg The funeral services conducted by Bov 11 S Williams of Memphis Tenn Sunday nttended by aeveningat SocIOCK WEre large concourse of people and were very iinprMClve A Rood man is gone The meeting conducted by Revs Brown and Gardner at tho C P church this city closed last week with ten con versions and will accession to tho church Rev Gardner endeared himself to the members of his church ami all others who attended lIe did noble work while here AX OPKNIM- JForaowiceiitorpnsiuRinaJi that wants to eo into the mercantile business in Iliekmnn Jy now one or the most Iimsj robs small towns in Western Ky We had a population in WOO of about 1800 or 1000 we now have about 2COO or 2700 No excitement only a steady substantial improvement going on nil the time For further particulars call on Hickuiiin Courier UiTKIirilAXGEARhE WOO MILK TICKETS Are now being sold by the Nashville Chattanooga A St Louis Railway good over Railway and Steamer Lines in tlrt Southeast comprising more than 13000 tpiles Rate 2500 Limit one year IT you expect to do any traveling with in the next iwelve mouths buy ono of those tickets You will save mquoy They are ott sale at principal ticket ofllcce Whare they are not on sale they may be ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLBY General Passeueer J lmt- Nnshi1Ie Tem- irWORKLITHOGRAPH Litho Letter Heads i Litho Note IHeadsI Litho JBilli leads Litho Envelopes1 At as low prices as can bu done anywhero at Courier Office 1 ATTENTION FAJlflLBR Synvuee tlruggisli ling a fine grad o I of Dhmtehiao oil ut tOe per gallon O E BAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock oj pleaseJtDhaveand Choice Bargains GAR U THE R SJ BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREET HICKMA KEN PUOKY Telephone Number JO THH W T T r TB M AtL Nunnallys Cand- iesReigers CALIFORNIA PERFUMES FOR SALBJ BY Oowgill ff Covgill- DRUGGISTS 1 REAL ESTATE DEALER A N ll ATTORNEY AT LAW- If you desire to buy or sell farms town lots houses etc etc se- ePB REEVESOf- fice on Clinton St Over Rico x Naylors HlCKMAN KENTUCKY Hepnlsire features Blackheads pimples pressy faces and muddy complectioUs which are so com mon among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beauty disfiguring and making repulsive figures which would otherwise appear attractive and relined indicate that tho liver is out of order An occasional dose of Herbine will dense the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at L P C W S El iisou TIIKOUCII SLEEPERS VIA MOBILE H 01110 R R Between St Louis aud Now Orleaus St Louis and Mobile St Louis and Jacksonville Ask for tickets via M4t aRn COMMISSIONERS SALE Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Jessie Outten Plaintiff against n U Roper Defendant Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1002 in the above cause for the sum of Sixteen Hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars with interest at the rate of C per cent per annum from the 8th day of May 11015 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to otTer for sale at tho CourtHouse door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday tho 11th day of Jmy 1902 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit Six Months tho following described property towit Lots Noa 1 and 5 and M undivided interest in lot No Si as known and designated by the Com missioners report of the division of tho lands of R W Easley recorded in C and P Book No1 Pages 847 348 and 319 in County Clerks olllce Lots Nos 4 and 5 together with the 1J undivided interest in Lot No 3 being about 536 acres or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to bo made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from tho day of sate until paid nUll having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms S D LUTEN Commissioner rCOMJHSSOXEltS SXiE Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky W L Alexander Et al Against t Equity Petition Expartee h By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court ren dared at the May Term thereof 1902 in the llocause for division and all costs on tho premises in Fulton County Ky herein 1 shall proceed to offer for salt to the highest bidder at public auction on Saturday till 20th day of July HKW at 2 oclock p m or there about upon a credit Six Twelve S Eighteen Mouths the following described property to wit The NE- Qr of Section 26 T 1 n 4 W containing 1GO acres more or less bounded as follows on tho North by the lauds of W A Shuck on the South by the lands of Mrs M1 Alexander on the East by the Moscow and Troy Road on the West by the lands of Mrs ECCarter and E O Carter For the purchase price tho purchaser with approved surety or securities J must execute Bond hearing legal1 in terest from the day of sale nntil paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Hidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms S D LUTES Commissioner ii 1- I t i F v J jfJ YC J c- rr i 4 i Yi u OUR OXFORDS ftI AND SUPPERSmreAre ysunl Flints why we gain new patrons ivory clay Take our Oxford andi Slipper sales t his season it has simply astonished us It again proves that the 1b where they canset the Best Styles Highest Grades Sand I then theres an attraction I ABOUT THE PRICE I lthl Lowest AtLS3 AND 350 OXFORDS FOR 1 1 5k Tar fro 11 r1iiIfl I I t RICE c NA YLOR I i 2JjivE1 1it 1VJiuilLso- K 11tt t I jj WINDSWEPT THE LOSS IN MERGER COUNTY KEKTUUKr WILL REACH IN TO THOUSANDS Burgiu Ky Jnno aA terrifIc storm swept through tuis reglou last night leaving devastation in its wake A regular waterspout aceouipauyiiig the wind Tolerhone poles were gru111fieldsRobinson row a small village was al most wholy demolished sevonil houses haying been carried clear away while others were lifted from their manybeingDr E G Guttry of this place who was making u professional call there hngJYbeingwhile he was severely bruised Curds stock barn was carried away and several head of mules killed Lamberts residence just outside of the corporation limits was demolished and he was badly1 injured The damages will run into the thousands Wont Follow Adnce After Iayiii t For it In a recent article a prominent phy intpossiWfor0f ohygieneextontbothedrugused for chronic constipation the sinus mild and asChamberlains tabletsnot followed by constipation as they Ij anhealthy1 gill Si Cowgirl I rnshingrightthe Autumn winds begin their sighing Hiclcmnuincreasin andhum thetchideo ineer is t newloroad and tau wont we be in the swim DjJonbeinginto the arrangement of quite n numberof whentheyjudgeBndshootingcrn lawfornot seek something more profitable Miss Maud daughter of our towns men W F Blakemore was narriud to lastSundayte newly married boarded a train for homeSuccessthroughlife lrajuststreetfromEwill put In a now stock of dry goods and groceries in the fall we hear We see no reason why he should not succeed with such a good stand f MHubbardt matters were discussed and refreshments were served at 9 30 p m The Raudlthee Ii The Boss Worm Ideilltiij I II P Knmp Druggist Lt igldt Ala writes One of my coytout sty ihad a child which was sick and thr w up all food up could retain nothing on I stomue lie bought one bottle Whiles Cretan Ormim vermafoge a ofII it brought up Hi wound from t j tthet iUlproolthoirj + I foodj strengthens their nervons systeti und restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of natural to childhood j25c at L P W8 Ellison WILL WATTS KILLED While operating an engine Willf Watts of this city Wits killedpCharlerton Mo Monday H owns propelling the engine up a lull1 when it stalded and tau backwards iJ1jnghimr bodybrought C at Spencers1 Chapel east of town tHe was about thirtysix yours of age and reuses a wife and one child MirrorI PLOW POINTS GeorgIBUCk wetI SHARK SWALLOWED LETTER i iii i I N T SunJ I Mrs stCape j hlhIy j wliin she was Miss flute ngoI she wrote a message put it in a rubber corked bottle and threw it into tthe carherwaters of the Deloware I J A few days ago she rocuvtd n 1 let ter written by the Captain of the British warship Thunder in an I swer to her message placed in tIlt ebottle The commander of t Thunder wrote athat while off the coast of Portugal a shark t caught and when it was cut of the bottle was found inside of The note being noticed in the bot j tic it was broken and the message was real 4th J u Ijr Rates Tickets sold efrom 4 onthedayadvance ppIrates tickets and further particulars peopleIlickuutn Aniidlei he always gets in his share of w thus getting the idler into trouble happiest people in the world aro i busy people 1 QUARTERLY RPOi 1lI1 At the close of ltueiaeroa the rash t If June 9OiKESOLRCE I vy 8133812fSOverdralte unsecured One from Nafl Banks 37274HJ hut from State Hauks 3764DueI OUHalll50Othrr 4UOther v torka and Bonds I Speed 2922 w 011ExltlOther1Ilruvr s hwt quarter 118142 1- LIAiltLITIES p 50SurplnJ 1000Utidividedt 2OKtsitsw hide intertst iia not 4 1227D Li paidTinr on I paidtiuvngs 5 which interest j is paid- Crrtitied checks National BanksIDUt State Banks and Bankers JJO 00CabirsIRBilleotnIaitiCIoTaxoupuidtujiital qo VQHiglltot fi any torkholder tJUTSOU com Hliabilitythe liability of the individual Tdinrtlvcapitaltook JObank5Highestdirector or officer if amount of aQ h oftup capital bank tQ 41IincludingtIRIu 111MII Rtboreofup capital and actual surplus Kjp x300Wire 60 Bte j Sdeclariug notjtrte rajsaid dividend was uVlared AH UuCps dsitt taut was paid Our surplus has txMi- iup to the legal requirement fur 1e- atzY t Stte Yf Ktntveky County of Futton 1 1 s f JMaartXA fllattup street in tits City Micbmtn ini l biiHty b ing Inly n Ililhe foregoing Ucport to in nil St t n true stutowen of the ioruhtitn of the said iiink nt tile close ol liine+n on tits 30th JyfJuae19U3 tto tlit br t ol his kaotrledgdand l beljrfanti fur1fir says i hut the bun l9 of s iid Lank f may been trfinanetcil at the location nIIjj cad not elsewhere an l thai the above jjrt is male iu compliance with an obi il JoSII1 j Jufn1 a day on which s Kit tP ert shall W I 4wl i iW1mJIII O llEIlI N P J 11WI Dfd f 4 I 1 iHOMES WRECKED ANT LIVES LO 1 lllBAGRE REPORTS FROM i f IN ULNAS SrORSSf to 4iJ lIIKnsons injuring many Hh rs f jNlQskyllio serionnly injutotf John Via lo 1 sky tin John Viachtvaky ICour4t otkn Ignnce llrnniok rThis bit is incoinplrto hilt lat t J hoUtlCtl Are ccntterMl iit is x1 full m enl Iftotv1ltetand it iis report4d several ittyroc Wcrv killw noar 8mHllton though thisfn fThef lJaittwreckodj hdfgtttminb whichttrainmen were J hurtjj heDont Pail to Try Q his A htto 1seftTo curb will itTi trod 1 bowels stimulate the rntotheIttronhtrtnls a Systems Electric Bitters positively neyandDisur1Nervousness ern t Itltiluiightn1 riRSatisfnctlOutCowgillar f UlfSaturday AGoyourselflu nt l nkoJIlItiTor111rGrounds iti accalumTitoodu dasthe81nday In morn I back iu evening Ask ourfgeiit inn for f QTJAKTBiri ii- I iUOITI oy Tilli t J r rmers anil Mrtlt J ecluaett1I4ni Ill r 1 1r AA1100- r fiHO e 1 1 iin i me friii i Haul One from l a tui I u nklnli tlnltr t I1 0111 tiler heal hrtalt- uKc 011 1 U tu Bonds I er 8bcki ar u 000lIlIli ie t I eey i t nn Laogi fr 1 I11 umi i IU I to I r item rarriiit 1 IMII I 1141 I jtnre ami I lntur s I11 ltd to pay lav a Uu- aeeo text Viiii T ilJjJ MAIIUTIKS- l I Stock pirl in in ab j20U HMM FMIII t 00 U- ltvnlei Viotito dliUii Oit subject to rhl eknn which interest iw tot paid f2eiwe- oitB subject to check on which iuu n t is paid dUO BJUH Certitiiates ol deposits oo which interest is pathl i fttt certificate of tleposit on VIIII x which intersi is paid UIMIca togri deposits on wiiiih ii tont is paid UtXJt tied Checks OOU iltiar + uuat liouke j19ii= +b le State banks and tauker 0 00 ifrevs cheeks outstimlitic 0 JU j rr dtxuantec tilh paid divideiidx a + i aS L H dut aud uupui i II1- pilaf stuck uH paid tilt I I Highest atiuinut of iuit t tfiincv anygnuKtocklioiuYr lIMTSOO cowl un M iiKrluding in the lmbi the company or nriu the liability site individual metulxiv thereof j try or indirectly if urh in I ricteds to pl r i c r of fpital stock actually paid in fillrj oal1 aaiuant of j surplus of th inks Nor ty 1Wtr1wleq I Iairc tent Secured telnesHflutyper m tut paid tip capital rtlkofm Noil W Is saua o4uwd fDoe aniMiitit of indbtetnvs of person company or linn tuclnil K in the liatrlliylit till company J firm the liability of the iodivid I members thtrt trtlttLoitvoraJzFtttlfUCU1ticre litratit z nrtfI period Thrdhideudi IJI andldoinKl i tltl tottn cf Nirkmaa io paid rounry t flf dat9rsurn ease that the foipoing repn rt- z i ia ail sewpeev a tto pfaluut jf the eonJiiion of tits aid Ua8kal tilt far of Mrv iii + r on ibe kith tin of line 1JtII ib IIMI Of bin knoslete- 1J belief j sad ringer xaa ibat ilL e Ml sirtea 11 of LeiiitI Bank hall berg traureet at IIJc lioei tlllelJntll i not dIt wt4 1141That the Above report i wads Minplitnce sill an official ooiic flA rsd from rite tzeorPtary of Stale Jeeig ratnna the mh dayof June lot all the Bmj oDwhieh nch report lmll he writer c J A THOMPAOK Ceabirr hIiJ1802 PublicTMya 06 i T1 LEUFORD j clorl1fI The Hostf IininiPiil Per Sfrains Mr F 11 Wells the merchant at- llljerr Park Loup Island F YsaJsrec unnend VbawlKrJan Pain Balm a i I itEtheiI tgrMitly pleased with the qtiick relif sills it effected FnrSale bv Cow y ud 1tItCotrill I i l ONE KILLED TWO HURT j IIJXja1fhli says it iis reported that Prank Dick or hilbi j accoptpanfed j Ing blew down tenets and uuroofed man hoaxes j NORTH OF TEXARKANA IISOfUERNII I Texarknna Tex June 33Traffic onJl J j the Kansas City Southern Railroad south of here has been suspended nil day ou account of the heavy waohowt 10 the neighborhood of 31orin port I cnnsed by last night tJ ruin The regnla r southbound pasnenger train which here at 9 oclock tbia morning return with its passengers to this place to night It reports nt least two miles of trnok washed away in that vicinity u engine and six freight cars are rtod as having gone through trestle jest ha Dud Moringsport force of men jis hard at work repairing the aaniag and It is thought the trains may be able to Jet through by Sunday afternoon Tmfie on the line north of here is not affected and nIl trains are running on regular schedule time un FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK j C1 ow SbQEbp elO1s EL- rbsolute Y Safety is the Basisi Thai offer I 1 lTIhlCtnlfntsUpon Um lUtl 7If paironafer J A THOMPSON Cashier 11 BRHANAN Pitsidtnt DIRECTORSi 10a CIIIREiIt1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS R p J ttIiSt4It11 1M TOM DILLON Sr Propr oqrr I H I Ump f 41 Marble and Granite Monuments OUREIN G STONE WORK of nil Kinds IIRON FENCINGI c c- STiokman Ky n saw OI f t WmR WEBSTERF- INE 7CY ZS1iLtd WiNES BR 1 1SD1SS ANDI GINS1 J i A SPECIALTY OP JUG TRADE I 1i E YOU THE BEST Iii IiiVLlt L FOR THE MONEY I UNION r CITY L TENNESSEE 1 Ii rfnyt You Open Your Eyes f And look about you Dont you see that I am sel I ling all kinds ofII a Family Gr-oceriesreI nt such mluefd prices that it does prpve that you niaki J notblowany number of people your neighbors and ask them iif I havnt sold them more fora dollar than credit hoi ses yourCtI11AI jj cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable J tThiHltheI l your 1 money elsewhere but Come and see me and rest Prices o iI AltK I am agent for the v I IRIS PAINTS Not the cheapest in price bufesfchQ ifj and most dur able pftjnt made Guaraiiteed br Simmons Goedmpanti St Louis Mp 00 TURftKftDD i 1ltetalllal7 1 jI r S 41L r T I Y 9 0 4- t 7 i 4f I = t j i rV x h t 1q If n y 3- E r FIGURES F 01VI ETci 1VIAtlY FACTO IES e e e YSII In cresting Statlatlca of the Manufsoturingiteresta of the State Special Statistical Letter Washington D CIt may come as a surprise to citizens of other states especially those who digest the joke column first and glance over the news if they have time to learn that Ken tuckys first interest is not the manu facture of liquors That is financially speaking an important industry but it is not first It seems that our neigh boring states not only consume con siderable liquor but also are trying to manufacture it Kentuckians as a people lie dose to the soil and their pursuits are chiefly along the line agriculture This is far from saying that the state has no standing in a manufacturing In point of fact her position is a highly creditable one In value of manufac tured products she excels 35 of her sister states and terrUwries and only 17 stand ahead of hQr in rank Com paring the state with other southern states we find she stands iu the very front rank Marylandptly turningout a greater value in manufactured prod ucts From the census bulletin on Ken tutkys manufactures we learn that the Blue Grass state produced the enormous value of 154GO 115 worth of manufactured articles The real significance and magnitude of this fact appears when we consider that in the year 1900 it took 9550 establishments with an aggregate capital of 104070 791 employing 68041 officials clerks wage earners etc and expending in salaries and wages the sum of 27121 620 The cost of materials amounted to 552773415 and miscellaneous ex penses came up to IQr SG3n All the above figures to which tho dollar sign is prefixed it will be observed go up into the tens of millions and in the case of both production and capital go into the hundreds of millions But these figures great as they are would he of little significance if they wore not cx plained by the figures given right alongside of them and which do not require the dollar ign namely the keeping busy of nearly 10000 shops and factor Its and the employment of GSOtl peo ple in various capacities The population of the state is 2147174 thus three per cent of the entire population earn their livelihood in the factories We can reasonably suppose that another two per cent of the population are workers who are indirectly dependent upon the factories We draw this de duction from the fact that the cost of materials used in the factories and the miscellaneous expenses paid by them amount to about twothirds of thenluILOt tin at mat tfa tired pr 1MtsfL J Among other interesting facts shown by the figures is that the ware earn ers receive annually over 20 per cent of the capital invested in manufacturing Each one of the past five decades has shown a great gain over the preceding one in the manufacturing interests of the state The following tables will indicate the advances liiadc in successive census years- I In number of establishments amount of capital invested und value of manufactured products Date of Estab Value of Orsus lishments Capital Product 1 30 3600 JI1S104C J1710 i 1stil34ro 202ME79 379Jl14rt1- S70 5390 23277Sft S4fflSSW3- SSO S ZS 45S1SOS 754S3277- 1S90 7745 79Snfl80 1GiI9riJ900 9550 10J07079l 15460CIK IT In number of employes and amount of wages and salaries pall Date of Number of Wages and Census Employes Salaries 1S50 21476 J5IOGW3- 1S60 2U2W 6OOaS2 1S70 30625 OIM5241- SSO 37391 1L S7S 1S90 ei76141900 68011 27121626 Table II shows an apparent decrease in the salaries and wages column luring the decade 16901900 The loss however is only apparent and not real It happens that the salaries are less but the wages greater It seems that from one cause or another there has been a decrease of 437 per cent in the number of salaried officials clerks etc A corresponding decrease has taken place in the salary account On the other hand the number ot wage earners increased from 55533 to 02 962 anti their wages from 21320831 to S224341S5 From this it will be seen that a substantial gain has been made during the past decadj even where 1he table indicates the contrary Thestate of Kentucky has two exten she coal fields one in the eastern sec tion of the state and the other in the western while large areas are still covered with forests of hard wood Lack of railroad facilities formerly delayed the develpment of its mineral resources but that lack has been measurably supplied The Ohio anti lississippi rivers have long furnished access to the great river sjsteniof the central valley of the United States change4laIn 131 0 Lexington had 141 manufacturing establishments and was a lead ing manufacturing point of the south VEest but since then the river cities tnd towns have grown into prominence The chief centers of industrial activity now in their order offprominence are Lou si1le Covington Newport and Lexington Louisville is far in the lead with fully onefourth the number of establishments in the entire state and the value of that citys manufac turqfl product is fully onehalf that for the state IB the census year of 1900 Kentucky Lad 3330 little establishments none of which had an output of more than 43QOT The capital invested in these lit tIe concerns amounted to a total for the state of 727879 and the total prod uct amounted to 671676 Most of the work done in these shops was done by the proprietors who numbered 3570 Only 81 wage earners properly so called were employed The number of firms in the state engaged in the hand trades in 1900 was 3743 with an invested capital of 5613995 These had 4363 proprietors or firm members and employed 8524 wage earners who received an aggre gate wage of 3147221 Th4 value of the production of these shops amount ed to 15714218 Blacksmiths and wheelwrights head the list of those engaged in hand trades the number of establishments operated being 1324 Millinery custom wqrk comes next with 353 establishments Carpentering takes third place with 313 shops Boot and shoe shops comes next and after that dressmaking The figures given thus far show len tucJU5 a beehive of industry hut there are always some establishments idle for one reason or another The plants that were idle at the time the census was taken number 146 with a tiedup capital of 3563231 Among these were 35 liquor distilleries whose capitnl amounted to 1672702 It seems that the printing industry was pretty well employed as only one such establishment was idle and that one had a capital of only 4300 The ten lending industries of the state in the ort er of their importance ranking them with reference to the value of their products were as fol lows 1 The manufacture of tobacco is the most important industry in the state The 337 establishments reported in 19OO gave employment to 6S3S wage earners or 109 per cent of the wage earn ers employed in the state and the products were valued at 31922111 or 142 per cent of the total value of the products of the state Time production in 1000 was almost double what it was tenyears previous Settlers front the eastern part of Virginia introduced to bacco planting in what was then QII county of thnt state and by 17S3 the Virginia legislature hodtestablished three warehouses in that region for the storage and inspection of the leaf Owing to its facilities for couiiiinmni catioii with the largest tobacco grow ing section of the country Louisville has been for many years a IfRdill leaf tobacco market of the world and its greater facilities ast ditttributiiiir point have given it an added advantage overother lucl1Htii4thti 111lt1t- veJ 1 sullpl1 d wait th1t1 n rliem 11nrfttl1r rTfl urlnrnn grist mill products ranks second among the industries of tin state with 1140 establishments 1131 wage earners and products valued at 54515101 In 1890 there were 505 establishments 13S wage earners and products valued at 9681259 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 4833902 or 490 per cent Flouring and grist mills were early established on all the streams of the state hut only in the last decade has much been done in the wvhyof tanking flour for foreign markets A large null in Louisville now has a considerable ex port trade 3 There were 12SO establishments engaged in the manufacture of lumber and timber products in 1900 the industry third in rank with 7540 wig earners and products valued at 13 774911 In 1S90 there were 599 estab lishments 6322 wage earners and products valued at 7901428 The in duringIrent Logging is an extensive industry on the upper waters of the Cumber land Kentucky and Licking rivers where large sawmills are also located 4 There were 203 establishments engaged in the manufacture of liquors in 1900 with 1703 wage earners and products valued at 12973154 In 1S90 there were 155 establishments 2253 wage earners and products valued at 17760545 The decrease in the value of products during the decade was 54 787391 or 27 per cent This decrease was confined to the value of distilled liquors the value of malt liquors bav ing increased during the decade The product of the Kentucky distilleries is almost wholly corn whisky Louisville is the principal seat of the brewing industry of the state 5 There were eight establishments engaged in the manufacture of iron and steel in 1900 with 2402 wage earners and products valued at 6876003 In 1890 there were nine establishments 1435 wage earners and products val ued at 2725603 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 4150400 or 1523 percent Iron ore exists in large quantities in 32 counties G There were 23 establishments en gaged in the slaughtering and meat packing industry in 1900 with 511 wage earners and products valued at 5717 167 In 1S90 there were 26 establish ments 414 wageearners anti products valued at 3374011 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 2343156 or 604 per cent ISe tweet 1850 anti I860 Louisville con tended with Cinicinnatl for first place in the pork packing industry of the United Statcji but the opening of the west with Rs great grain fields car ried the supremacy away from the Ohio valley The use of artificial ice I permitting summer packng has caused ii slaughteri I industryIis now much larger an j of winter packing 7 There were 91 establishments engaged in the manufacture of foundry and machine shop products in lWO with 2790 wage earners and products valued at 4434610 In 1890 there were 65 establishments 2947 wage earners and products valued at 5565321 The decrease in the value of products amounting to 203 per cent is due to the removal of several large estab lishments from Covington and New port to the gas fields of Indiana 8 There were 25 establishments engaged in cur construction and general shop works of steam railroad compan ies in 190Q with 3572 wage earners and products valued at 84248029 In 1S90 there were nine establishment 622r wage earners and products valued at 583925 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 31 659104 or 02L3 percent In 1900 there I were 3056 miles of railroad track in the state 9 There were 23 establishments engaged in the tanning currying and fin ishing of leather in 1900 with 810 wage earners and products valued at 3 757016 In IStlO there were 31 establishments 532 wage earners and prod ucts valued at 3457570 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 269446 or 77 per cent The chestnutouk tree the bark of which furnishes the tannin for leather manufacturing in Kentucky has an advantage over hemlock for when it is cut down and stripped of its bark new shoots spring from the stump In 10 years the new tree is ready for strip ping while the hemlock tree once cut down and stripped of its bark is permanently destroyed Railroad devel opuient 1 has given access to chestnut oak forests and has led to the erection of tanneries in Louisville where time industry is now mainly concentrated 10 There were 192 establishments engaged in the manufacture of mens clothing factory product in 1900 with 2701 wage earners and products valued at 3420365I In 1890 there were 245 establishments 2612 wage earners and products valued at 2518540 The increase in the value of products during the decade was 001825 or 358 percent The manufacture of jean cloth ing began in Louisville about 1857 and developed rapidly after the close of the civil war until the city became one of the great centers of this industry Tim joifli used1 is made largely in the mills of the state The low profit on jean clothing during the last decade has led to the manufact ure of cashimerc iloMi inky from cloth made partly in Kentucky and partly in the Atlantic states II C LEXINGTON MILITIA ABOVE THE CLOUDS Dillluult Ulnnruverji of StvI M Alitlno- Wroojtji Over Hviuliti mud Ireeliiiee As Switzerland is the most moan tuiuuus ofcountrie andathomsui 1 I I to Gypintitiutwtf tL la pe propose to ten you sometliingabuut the wonderfully interesting operations of the Swiss Alpine troops Antlcrmatt is the place those these fellow If you have a ticket from Lucerne to Milan get out at Goeschencu at the the mouth of the great StUothard tunnel and climb up to the village Part of the way is up an iron ladder When you gtt near the Sehollenen Jorge and the Devils Bridge where the awful Keiiss roars and thunders and makes you gasp with sprayshower you may look down and up but if any one tiSd you that soldiers could maneuver in such a country you would nut believe hint uiys Pearsons Magazine Presently you see suspicious doors in precipices and narrow roads where en trance Ls forbidden Next you see a string of goats crawling or rather jerking up a wall The goats are troops hauling upI a gun You are in Andermatt among the forts and bar racks and although it is a roasting daytime men are in arctic rig For in an hour they may be slithering across the blue and green ice of the glaciers or up to their waists in snow Fine ro bust fellows they are full of strength anti confidence and nerve und re source There are forts herein places onlj fitted for engles nests and chamois foothold Switzerlands only standing army is herea few hun dred men permanently employed in looking after the forts and guns the gunmoving machinery with the electric batteries and wires that connect the forts and bnrracks and conning towersDuring time winter and early spring the permanent garrison of Andermatt consists of gunners and lookout men a Maxim gun company and sappers and miners There are special com panies told ofT for the forts near Airolo Stuei and the southern gates of the St Gothard Other special companies man the forts on the Parka at BuhlI at Alt kirch and on the Haxberg above An dermatt also on the StolkJi Oberlap roadThen there are special infantry reg iments attached to each vet of forts and these have to do their annual or biannual service up there under sur prising conditions with nil the fatigues of ordinary soldiering plus the labors of a puck mule and the danger ou work of an Alpine guide There are every summer some 3000 men in service in the different fortifications on the south frontkrof Switzerland Popular Innnr Medlelne The druggists in Ottawa IAn have a few medicines which gram to be in demand fur all the ills which afiHct humanity from corns to earache Dur ing the month of March they sold S2 gallons of whisky SS gallons of alcohol 3S gallons of wine 14 gallon of gin 23 gallons o brandy and a sat- quantity of malt beverages The chief diseases for which these fluids a re rem edies seem to be dryness of the throat and chills FIFTYSE VENN CONGRESS Washington June HSenateAmotion was entered formally In the todlscbargE isknownterritories andArizonabutforclbJy During unfinished business the bill ratifying andChickasawslon It was not disposed of Washington June 25SenateThesenate Tuesday passed bills creating a national forest reserve in the South ern Appalachian mountains and rati fying the agreement between the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians of the In dian territory and the United States The first bill purhaseSouthern Appalachian system at a cost not to exceed 10000000 Tho secretary of agriculture Is to designate the lands to be purchased and Is to take measures to preserve the hard wood forests which they bear 7 he following bills were passed Author- Izing the president to receive public lands and buildings In the island of grantIngbuildIngstoprovision giving the resilIent commis sioner from Porto Rico to the United States a seat in the house of repre sentatives being eliminated authoriz ing the president to appoint Lieut Commander William P Randall a com mander on the retired list of the navy HouseTwo notable speeches mark ed the closing of the general debate on the Philippines civil government bill Tuesday They were made by Mr Landis Ind rep and by Mr Wit bigdemonstrationsThe other speakers were Messrs Ball Tex Jones Va Shaforth Col and Crumpacker Ind The latter closed the general debate for the bill Washington June 26SennteThesenate Wednesday disposed for this session of tho omnibus statehood question which has been pending for several days Mr Beveridge Ind chairman of the committee on terrI- tories announced that a report on the bill before the committee would be made on the third day of the next ses sion This was satisfactory to Mr Quay Pa who after securing an agreement that the committees report should be the unfinished business on and after the 10th of December HouseThe Phlilppffte civili government bill was thrown open to amend ment In the house Very slow pro gress was made only 15 of the 50 pages of the bill being completed The earlier portion of the day was devoted to consideration of conference reports on the sundry civil army and naval appropriation bills The house adopt ed a proposition agreeable to the senate 1tlreference to the dispute itt rJitbe army bill and by a vote ofun5 refused to agree to the senate Iments to the naval bill pro Yiditr Ssk five submarine torpedo f t n Jog tbeeo arattvely brief ttmeetn senate was in session Thursday the conference report on the isthmian Cabal bill was agreed to and the general deficiency bill the last of the big sup ply measures was passed A slight ptotest was made against the appro priations of 500000 for tho Buffalo exposition and 100000 for the Charleston S C exposition but fi nally they were included in the bill The measure also carries 45000 for tho payment of the expenses of the last illness and death cf President Mc liarIHouseAt 8 oclock Thursday night at the end of a ninehour session and of a debate lasting night and day for a week the house passed the Philip pine civil government bill practically as it came from the committee It was a party vote 141 to 97wlth the exception of Mr McCall Mass Vho voted with the democrats The minor ity substitute for the establishment of a temporary government iu the Islands and their permanent independence as soon as a stable government could be established was defeated by 95 to 136 The debate during the day was at times of a lively character The democrats offered a multitude of amendments but all were voted down Including one offered by Mr Patter son Tenn to prohibit slavery or involuntary servitude in tho islands The greatest interest attached to an amendment offered by Mr McCall rep Mass to the end of the bill to declare the policy of the United States to bo to develop the capacity of the Filipinos for selfgovernment and pledging the faith of tho United States to grant them selfgovernment He supported the amendment in an elo quont speech It was lost 89 to 128 Washington June 23Senate Quito unexpectedly a sharp debate arose In the senate Friday on the ques tion of Cuban reciprocity Mr Teller Co1 at whose instance tho senate committee on Cuban relations made its investigation of the subject deliv ered a spirited speech in opposition to reciprocity with Cuba House Tho house began considera tion of the contested election case of Horton against Butler from tho 12th Missouri district In this case the majority of the committee found that the election was so tainted with fraud as tD make it invalid and said tnat the seat be declared vacant The minority found that Mr Butler the sit ting member had been legally elected and recommended that he retain his seat The vote will be taken Satur day Prominent Mason Dies Milwaukee Wis June 28 Melvln T Youngs grand lecturer of the Masonic Grant lodge died after a pro longed illness aged 76 years Mr Youngs was said to be the Nestor of Masonic grand lodge lecturers in the country Broke the TracK Record Hartford Ct June 2SBobby Wnlthour defeated Harry Caldwell by live laps in a 20mile motorpaced race at the Hartford Velodrome Carl RudinSof this city broke the track record bY seven seconds in 12145 b i Jlftr4Ffibet CrGtrlrGt ts auFt la t5 5 tisrtRi STATE NEWS PICK= UPS yt m c KENTUCKY STORM Five Persons Were Badly Injured Near Lancaster KyIlancaster Ke27A tornado struck roadtowere blown to pieces Fences wheat and trees were carried away The Iron bridge across Gilberts creek was restdencenIroofedj l j residence of James Dalton was carried familythereinthereinThe I following are injured Grace I Dunn colored broken knee an un Known colored man broken thigh David Thompson face cut and bruised two children of Rev Parson one fa tallyThree colored people In Flatwopd greatdamagechards Telegraph and telephone wires are down and turnpikes blocked by fallen trees At Cartersvllle in the upper end of the county tho residence of Isaac Ponder was struck and the entire family consisting of eight par sons injured Mr Ponder and one son being killed FLED TO THE MOUNTAINS A Married Woman Fatally Stabs Her Pretty Young Rival Whitesburg Ky June 30Dy the arrival of the mail carrier here Sun day morning from Elkhorn Creek in the eastern part of the county news was brought of a fatal cutting affray In which two women were Involved For some time a spirit of jealousy has been existing between Susan Mul tins aged 30 and Mary Sexton aged 23 The Mullins woman was married Late Saturday they met at the house of a neighbor and the trouble was revived Mrs Mullins drew a dirk from her bosom and slashed tho Sexton girl across the abdomen three times in ilictlng fatal wounds The Sexton girl can not survive the day Mrs Mul ling fled to the adjoining mountains and has not yet been captured A FAMILY FEUD Knocked a Woman Down and Was Killed By Her Son WHIiamstown Ky June 30A fam fly feud at Cress Roads 12 miles west of VIlliamstown resulted in murder JIe41Imonths Hensley went over to the Parnell home and stirred up the old trouble Mrs Parnell an aged woman went after him with an ax and ran him come Hensley knocked her down with a stick cf stove wood Young Parnell then got into the game with a pistol and shot Hensley three times Henaley is barely alive and will die In a fiy hours Parnell Is In jail with out bail New Kentucky Railroad Barboursvllle Ky June 28The Wasioto Cumberland River Black Mountain Railroad Co has filed ar tides of Incorporation and will soon begin work on a line leading from the- I Nf near Mill Rice Bell county up the Cumberland river to Hances creek Tho road will eventually be built to the head of Pitmans creek and will reach somo valuable coal and timber lands The company Is capitalized at 50000 and moat of the Incorporators live In Bell county Leaped From a ThirdStory Window Covington Ky June 30Crazed with pain superinduced by a severe case of pneumonia and other ailments Harry Sudbeck 32 leaped to death from the third story window at St Elizabeths hospital early Sunday morning His body was found In a pool of blood shortly after 4 oclock by one of the attendants and carried into tho institution where a physician made an examination but life was ex tinct Must Pay Their Taxes Paducah Ky June 28 Revenue Agent T C Albritton has filed suits against the First national bank City national and German national banks of this city to enforce them to pay the state county and city taxes on their shares of stock for the years 189899 with the 20 per centum penal ty The aggregate capital stock of the three institutions is 530000 A Rich Vein of Zinc Paducah Ky June 27 Messrs Mat ftawls and George C Wallace of this city officers In the Marion Zinc Co have been notified that a rich vein of zinc has been found on their land near Salem Livingston county anti steps will be taken at once to develop It Negro Women Fight Lexington Ky June 30Cora Lee shot and fatally wounded Mary Vest here Sunday night during a difficulty over a trivial matter The women are colored A few hours later Lou Porter cut her husband James Por lor with a razor He may not recover Kentucky Tornado Nicholasville Ky June 30A tornado swept over the southern part of this county blowing down telegraph and telephone poles The resident B 3f D Soup at High Bridge Was blown ana I IIN MERCER COUNTY I WinIBurgin Ky June 30A terrific storm swept through this region leav ing devastation regularTelephone poles were twisted off at the ground and grain fields swept clean of all sheaves Robinson Row a small village was almost wholly demolished several houses having been carried clear away while others were lifted from their foundations and the occupants of ma ny being Injured considerably- Dr E G Guttry of this place who was making a professional call there was caught in the whirl his buggy be- Ing swept away and demolished while he was severely bruised Curds stock barn was carried away vd several QLambertsthe corporation limits was demolished and he was badly Injured The darn ages will run up into the thousands INSURANCE COMPANIES ThirtySecond Annual Report of the Insurance Department Frankfort Ky June 28The thir tysecond annual report of the Kentucky insurance department on lifo companies operating in the state was completed Friday The report shows 34 life companies and 35 accident fidelity and miscellaneous companies doing business During the year tho 34 life companies issued 12C894 poll des Insuring 4489539254 Number of policies cancelled 94147 leaving In force 18301255008 The 34 com panics collected on policies 5765 086 and paid claims amounting to 2422899 Two new life companies came Into Kentucky during the year the Northern Central Life Co of Toledo 0 and time Minnesota Mutual Life Co Oratorical Contest Lexington Ky June 2S Joseph Harris representing Kentucky Ve3 leyan college of Winchester won the fourteenth annual chautauqua inter collegiate oratorical contest here re ceiving 76 In gold Clark Tautly State college won the second pruio of 35 Will Accept the Call Lexington Ky June 28Dr I S McElroy for eight years pastor of the Maxwell Street Presbyterian church here Friday night announced his de 7 r I rcrassRichmond Va- Life Imprisonment Franklin Ky June 28The case of the State vs G B Alderson tried for the assassination of P D Hall on the night of January 4 last was given to the jurors They considered the case two hours and returned iinto court with a verdict of guilty fixing his punishment at hard labor in tha state penitentiary for life i Col Rlpy Dead Battle Creek Mich June 30Col T B Rlpy of Lawrenceburg Ky died at 130 Monday morning at the Phelps sanitarium of intestinal indigestion Col Ripy was a wealthy distiller and one of the best known men in Ken tucky He had retired from active business Barber License Begins Louisville Ky June 30The Stew law regulating barbers ia Kentucky will become effective Tuesday Bar bers henceforth will have to obtain li censes from the board of examiners which is composed ot George Rauten bush and John Schmelzer if this city and Win Brown of Iovington Capt Sam Bryant Dead Louisville Ky June 30Capt Sam Bryant owner and trainer ot Proctor Knott CometoTaw and Uncla Bob is dead in the 70th year of his age Bryant was one of the notable characters on the American turf He was hale and hearty up to a year ago when he was stricken with dropsy Stabbed During a Ball Game Covington Ky June 30 During a scrub game of baseball play in the Willow Run bcttoms a quarrel arose ever a decision of the umpire which developed into a freeforall fight Mon roe Wright received a stab wound near the left kidney which may prove hlJ ending Will Build a Branch Whitesburg Ky June 2SI cx tension of the Chesapeake Ohio rtll road will be built up the Elkhorn river to the coal fields Most all the land along the proposed line has been purchased to Boones Fork Surveying will begin at once 4 a Electric Buzzers Louisville Ky June 27 Slayer Grainger and the board of public sate ty have determined to install the elec trio buzzers in all the tire engine and hook and ladder houses In the city in place of the present fire alarmsya tern I The Drought Brokeni Owenslwro Ky June 27Tho drought was broken by heavyrains in she different parts ot thiscountyine farmers are much rejoiced because of IIit and a Thursday great deal of tobacco waa 1 j it f t l a 1- 1r 1 4- aJ tj 1o- fjJla to r I f if 1j c v rt e 1k or Ms k I P t 14 t I 1 rr- t 1- t t y t- f 1 V F all the flags upon IIthebreezeThere Is not one We see So graceful In its folds of silk The banner of the free The spirit born at Lexington That fought at Buokcr Hill And stood through tars and greater strut Shall bear tbee onward still Hurrah Hurrah the welkin rings From rugged coast of Maine From far Pacifics golden shore Comes answer back again Brave sailor hands shall raise today In pride on every sea Old Glory Ht by fadeless stars The banner of the freeS The blood of gray and valiant sires Warm coursing through our veins Is quickened by the happy dawn And thrilled by martial strains Our loyal anthems notes are heard Alike In every shade Their echoes O1 the sighing pine And cheer the everglade The plowshare In the furrow waits To turn the fertile field Enwrought la peace from patriot steel That neer to wrong wbuld yield 1lut8NeatnWhile North and South together sing The banner of the free Henry Denver In Springfield Mass Republican 1rr i twm J TtfL1JfW9TffB J3Y Jor RAfTER 1 t a man now and HES4 t 1 good one but I July 4 1572 he nasa freckledfaced rHbotetl school boy in Ehvood lion lies a division superintendent on the Illinois Central railroad now and he writes hia namesM IL Emmett supt but in those days he was known at the village school as Mickey Emmett Of course Michael Robert Emmett would have been more distingue and deferential but in those days he didnt go in much for style and with the memory of his rSetingingall right dickeys widowed mother kept cows Nobody called her little estab lishment a dairy except herself but I1i managed to eke out a docent liv fan for herself and Mickey and she xvas proud of her ambition to give him an education and prouder of the fact that healways was first at life studiesInut when the glorious Fourth I drew near Mickey made an eloquent J plea for some fireworks He wanted to show his patriotism ITe had an ambition to make as much noise as the other boys and his heart rebelled at the suggestion that twas a waste of money The widow promised him a flagOill giv yez a twobit flag said she an take yez over t the picnic at lake Conthrary Theys t be a bal loon nscinsion and free foir wurruks and it will cost us both only fourbits Mickey preferred to make bedlam in his own yard but the widow was bent on the goItthe lad He was no sooner on the pic nic grounds than he sought out the cordnetted bag of yellow with its wicker gnpingfire was kindled and the pipe inserted Into the big balloon Mickey was the tipsiest lad in the neighborhood His good mother watched him and cau tioned him a hundred times but he hovered about time balloon like a bee at an alfalfa blossom Finally the aeronaut Prof Winball came forth with a bath robe flowing gracefully from his shoulders Ills spangled tights gleamed in the hot sunlight and he superintended the in flation of his balloon with the careless confidence of a master Mickey re doubled his efforts to help so great a bagsintolike a monstrous orange bobbed upward in its efforts to be free the little Irish boy was beside himself with de light He hopped into the basket a dozen times The professor smiled beamingly upon him and asked Will you go up with me little manMickey glanced at his mother who shook her head fiercely and then he dodged away again into the crowd holdingtheloon The day was perfect Xot a breath of wind disturbed the air The smoke from the little steamer in the lake curled straight upward in a widening cone of gray The trees were motionless Xo cloud specked the blue sky the water lay flat and shining like a mirror in the sun Now my friends thundered Prof Winball casting aside his robe and standing forth resplendent in the sun light when I shout Let go you ropesTheAll right Then ther was a wait while the professor looked after some carrier j lgeons that were to accompany bin In the ascent Somebody ehouted Let go The restraining runes were dropped with one accord cad the balloon tenantless and like raylcss ground planet rose upward from aII Then the round brown freckled face of a small boy peeped over the rim of the basket A woman screamedand fainted and Mickey Emmett the small boy of Elwood Kan went sailing toward the zenith alone in a slender basket swinging by four taut cords with the upward sweeping bulb of yel W silk lifting him beyond the sound of voices and into the measureless apace where the winds are free and the world is but a silverstriped ball of green and yellow When I looked over the edge of that basket said Superintendent Emmett telling the story yesterday I didnt realize that I was going up For five minutes or more it seemed to me that the earth had suddenly dropped down ward into space I heard my mother scream and was vaguely convinced that she had felt time earth dropping under her and was frightened It didnt oc cur to me that I was in danger I rather felt that I was tacky to be in a balloon at the very moment when the world fell from its place I speculated upon what would happen when the globe went crash against the moon anti selfishly cluicklcd at the thought that I at least wouldnt be in the smashupThe breeze I felt seemed to come straight down from above I dropped my cap out and it fell like a pound of lend Then for thefirst timer began to realize that I was going up and the earth was standing still doing business in the same old place For a quarter of an hour the ground below me looked like a concave basin The horizon seemed like the high outer rim and helots me so far that the people looked like small bugs was the bottom of tie hollow dish To the west like a yellow ribbon winding among green fields and forests and squares of golden harvest field the Missouri river lay flashing in the sun Lake Contrary a sheet of water four miles long looked like the halfclosed blue eye of a woman St Joe smokeless and spangled with tin roofs and glass seemed almost beneath me like a toy village on a checkerboard itsbills flat tened and its streets merely dotted with crawling specks- It must have been past six oclock in the evening when the balloon let go The sun was low and yet before it set beyond the Kansas plains the world no longer looked flat Just as the sun monstrous in size and brazen witu the dull color that you have seen at sun et struck the horizon the world suddenly assumed the appearance of a globe The lake below me now look ing like n silver dime seemed laic the apex of the sphere and then A FROM GROUNDI as the sun dropped below the sky line shadows crept about it I saw like stars in the shiningdimlyupon which I gazed with fascinating interest lost all color The pale lights seemed to be swimming round and round But yet my balloon still in the suns half light was luminous with a pale yellow glow- I became fascinated with the sparks of light and streaks of fiery red that then began to glimmer and flash in tiny lines and arcs upon the earth Sometimes a muffled roar like that of thunder and then the crack of lesser noises would reach my ears and I began to fancy that I was far above the clouds and was looking down upon a miniature thunder storm But finally I remembered that it was the Fourth and then I knew that the disturbed area upon which I saw so many little darting lights was St Joe and its evening display of Roman candles rockets and bombs They all seemed very trifling and pitiful to me then and I remembered conceiving a genuine contempt for so small a thing as n pack or even a box of firecrackers Than I noticed that the breeze no blew downward upon my bare head I the bag which had been rotund and bulging and saw that its sides were dented and flab by I found a package of cards in the basket advertisements for the balloonist and throwing them out- S that they sailed lazily upward rIm I murmured and for the first time became conscious of the terrible fear My hair was partly upward draught through which was descending more rapidly III second Time moon over the eastern hills suddenly and tbenl j could vie the earth again luminous in a pale green glow and apparently soaring steadily toward me Then 1 could see blotches of darker shad owy green the river looked broader and now I could see the lake as if coming up directly under me silvery blue Then I heard a murmur as of many distant voices which grew loud er and louder I heard cheers and looked over for the last time I war falling so swiftly now that I prayed and thought of my mother by turns Then I covered my tact with my hands and waited for the crash But suddenly the basket in which I crouched stopped with a sudden jerk and then the big silken bag came softly rustling down over me I felt another gentle bump the voices were ringing in my ears and I felt a hundred hands pulling away at the empty balloon When I came to I was in a hammock on the porch of the little hotel near the lake I wasnt hurt in the least and my mother laughing crying and thanking God in her reverent old Irish way was holding my hands I had de scended within a yards of the place I had started from and had spent nearly three hours at a great altitude Of course my mother was wild with fear but Prof Winball who knew his business reassured her somewhat by his own certainty that the absolute stillness of the air would insure my safe descent nearby His only worry was that Id fall in the lake and a score of bouts were patrolling the waters watching for me The balloon anchor was what caused the first jolt as I swept downward but it broke the force of the fall and probably saved me from n broken limb at least Xo I never went near a balloon again but Im not sorry for the experience Chi cago RecordHerald A BOYS LETTER He Wrote to ills Kntlmr and Inci dentally Reminder mum of the Fourth of July An Omaha boy who is spending the summer with his grandmother in the western part of the state writes as follow to his fond pint Dear Papnl am very well and having a good time please send me a JulyGrsndmathey are selling two bunches of fire for 5 cents here tille got 30 cents saved up to buy fireworks will you please send me a pistol and a lot of paper caps Last Sunday I went to LIKE RAYLESS PLANET ROSD UPWARD THE I reflected longer watched falling most peeped hundred crackers Sunday school and the teacher told 113 about feeding five thousand with fiv loaves and two fishes are you going t send me a box of fireworks like yo did last summer I saw a box kite in store yesterday and time man said you can send it up with a bunch of crackers on it at night and make a fine sight thfourthpresent greatblessing wortlindollarKissme when GoodbyromOf dollar hisbacka big time wbpthappensALAS FOR TilE GOOD OL DAYS WillieTaint crackersatI anIk TORPEDO BOAT MANEUVERS e linporlaiit Work to fir Hour b There I 4 Little KlKliltTM Uuriiitf the I Summer There will be sonic important work viith torpedo boats during the Sum ing summer Those vessel will be brought from the various rendezvous and concentrated in northern waters probably in Long Island sound and Xarrajynnsett buy for strategic cxer cises It is proposed to detail junior officers to duty on these vessels where the experience cannot but be of great vnlucnot only because it will hive them an aequnintnnee with the mechanism of the boats but will serve to test individual nerve and alertness There future never been maneuvers with torpedo boats on the extensive plan felt to be necessary by those who have come to consider the torpedo boat ns an important factor in naval warfare For a long time this deficiency In practical worlc was attributable to the lock of bouts but this absence of facilities no longer exists We have the boats the ofll ers and the nptin ploying them It iit to this end that the Watt spineelnboraIC workSORTHODOX HEBREWS AROUSED I Vlciironn Proton Mnilr AirnliiM the Allrmiit of Iiliornl ftaliliU to dinner Tli el r Siilitiitlli The discussion concerning the ob of the aroseurinetral conference of American Rabbis fn New Orleansrecently has stirred tip considerable argument among the eitjVJgorousto against the liberal school of rabbis who raised the question in the con suggestingtltgtt JThet the Ohab Zedok congregation tbki city met Bud after denouncing the conduct of the rabbis at New Orleans stet through Louis Friedman chairman of the committee a teip ram to fife conference at Xew Orleans as fol lowssltappopn 9 rt at Braunschweig con 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IntriotlNm sad GodlincMH Are Found Milked Together Copyright 100t by A X Kellogg Nmpaper Co 19s1dTextthethingsal14untoGodtheThe Text Si ttingTheworis of our text were poker by Jesus in answer to a catch question ptt to Him by the untangleHimis lawful to give tribute unto Caesar or not believing that loyalty to His own nation of which Hi claimed to be the long promised Messiah and King would compel Him to take a stand against the Romans who at this time were the rulers andoppressors of the Jewiahnation And they reasoned that if such should be His reply it would be a case forthe Itoinnn govern or to deal wOh and their base purpose of causing Ills downfall would be accomplished On the other hand if He counseled the paying of the tribute money surely He no longer could claim to be the Deliverer and King of His na tion In the blindness of their own un believing heartsithey thought they hind the Lord twixt the devil and the deep sea and whichever way He turned they had Him in their power Put as at Nazareth when His angry towns people sought to dash Him over the brow of the hill and the unseen hand of God had stayed their murderous purpose and lie walked out of their midst unharmed so now by the simple yet infinite wisdom of God He faces the issue squarely and puts His enemies to rout Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesars and unto God the things that are Gods How simple yet how pro found In their narrow partisanship they had not reasoned that Caesar had any claim whatever upon them It had never occurred to them before that God seeks harmony in His universe and that even Caesar had rights which God was bound to respect And theee words of Jesus give us the one plank platform broad enough and long enough for the true patriot to stand upon and at the same time give full scope to his powers and his devotion to his country and his God The True Patriots Tlatform And if here in these words of Jesus we have the fundamental principles upon which can be safely and righteously based the attitude and conduct of the loyal citi zen as well as the devout Christian let us examine the words more closely to discover their full import and mean ing and then seek to find the way in which they can be applied in a practicalI manner to human life First of all God has but one standard and mans ability to measure up to that standard is proportionate to the degree by which that man is actuated and directed by the Spirit of God Failure to at tain the one standard fixed by God in ills infinite righteousness and equity is responsible for all the discord and misery in the world today for all the clashing of nation with nation and in dividual with individual anti individual with the nation If the complex reNt Lions of human life were perfectly ad justed according to the will and pur pose of God if the things belonging to Caesar were exactly rendered unto Caesar and the things belonging to God were exactly rendered unto God we should find that friction and discord would cease and the harmony of the millennial age would break like sweet music upon the ear of this distracted old world There are two divisions to our text two halves of one perfect whole Caesars things and Gods things The things of Caesar cannot belong to God neither can the things of God belong to Caesar Thespirit and thought of the text however is in no least de gree in conflict with the declaration of Scripture that all things were created by God and that nil things belong to Him In this sense Caesars things and the things which are not Caesars all belong to God and exist because of God But just as you my dear reader in the broad universal sense belong to God flue your houses and your lands your bank account and your weekly salary belong to God still as regards your re lations to others and your responsibili ties and obligations in the world the things which you possess belong to you God through you would adminis ter your affair and your possessions in such a way as to observe to a nicety the admonition of the text of rendering to the world its due and to God that which in a special sense belongs to Him So when Christ who created nil things and to whom all things be long spoke these words He gave beautiful recognition to Gods plans in making man a responsible agent in tie ndministration of the affairs of the world Between Caesars things and Gods things there is no conflict or lon fusion except as man has failed to un derstand Gods classification and has rendered unto Caesar the things which belong to God and unto God the things which belong to Caesar The linage and Superscription And how are we always to know which things are Caesars and which are Sods By the image anti superscrip tion Was it lawful for the Jews to pay tribute unto Caesar asked the Pharisees Let Him see the tribute money Behold the image and superscription of Caesar Therefore ren der unto Caesar the things which be long to Caesar and unto God the things wljjch belong to God How simple the nnt wer Tetit wid mana jlisfice are beyond allI posibiiity of eavilor dis putS Lootf for IbViniticffliid super seript ion and then pay tribute to whom tribute is due Jn determining our ob ligations to the world and to God it is not always as easy to distinguish the image and superscription as it was on the penny which was held out to our Lord but the distinguishing mark is there somewhere nndshould your eyes butsfor if any of you lack wisdom let him ask of God that giveth to all men lib erally and itpbraideth not and it shall be given him Failure to distinguish the image and superscription may rob Caesar or may rob God which in either ease results in confusion and discord and dbrtrers and ruin Individual lives have ben rendered useless if not lnsi lively harmful and nations have gone to decay and ruin through failure to render unto Caesar the things which are Caesars and unto God the things which are Gods The true patriot is the one who avoiding partisanship every kind and blind national pride seeks to give Caesar his due while at the same time he renders to God that which it iis His right to expect and de mand 11 i iso easy to rob God through a misdirected and intense patriotism It is possible to rob Caesar through intense religious fervor and misdirected service to God The perfect adjns ment of the affairs of nations and in dividuals demands that neither Caesar nor God shall be robbed and the true patriot recognizing this underlying principle of all government and the true religion seeks with Divine guid ance and wisdom to realize it in his relations to Ills country and his God Mobbing Caesar There are many ways in which Caesar may be robbed of Ills just tribute Almost innumera ble are the causes and forces which lower and vitiate the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship The na tion Ute community the home are be ing robbed of their just tribute by selfish love of ease by greed for gold by mad rush after pleasure Space will not permit us to enumerate the long list which will readily suggest itself to one upon a moments thought AVe wish to speak of just one way in which Caesar may be robbed and which per Naps would not readily occur to your mind Caesar is being robbed in some cases today if not in many by a mis taken devotion to God and ea1Aulj His service When we get too much reli gion for the world God will translate us as He didi Enoch Jesus prayed not that the Father would take His fol lowers out of the worfd but that He would keep them from the evil As a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ who came into the world to save it you have a responsibility towards the nation under whose flag you rest in peace and safety towards the community in which you rear your family in the home which should be to you the dearest the best and brightest spot on earth which will not cease until your spirit has departed to be with its Lord or the trumpet has sounded anti you have been caught up into the air to meet your Lord as He comes in the clouds of glory with His saints Read the thirteenth chapter of Ro mans the third chapter of Titus the second chapter of I Peter and other portions of Gods Word to which these chapters will lead in thought if you do not realize and believe that the Christian has responsibilities stud solemn obligations towards the home the community the nation I know Gods Word tells me to come out and be sepnrnte from the world I know John writes with the finger of God Love not the world neither tho things that are in the world I know that the world is under condemnation for sin and that Satan like a ronring lion maydevourarc to dwell in heavenly places in Christ Jesus here and now but I dont find a line which tells me to go about in the world with my head in the clouds shirking the paying of my just tribute to Caesar and forgetting the world lost in sin and which Jesus is able to save through you and me There is a spiritual ecstasy which is selfish in its enjoyment and destructive to practical Christlike contact with the world Paul got away up into the heavenlies with Christ but I notice he didnt stay there lie tells the Corin thians that he determined not to know anything among them but Jesus Christ and Him crucified and as the crucified Lord he sees Him hanging on the tree with the sins of the uponHimservant unta all that he might gain the more for Christ Unto the Jews he becomes as a Jew that he might gain the Jews To them that were with out law as without low tint he might gain them that were without law He became all things to all men that be might by all means save some Pauls soul may have lived in the heavenlv gretheartlove of Christ worked in the earthly places of sin and need and he never ceased until Roman brutality set his soul free in the arena at Rome The boughtbyam one of Ills ambassadors in this world should make me a better father and citizen a more loyal patriot If the powers that be are ordered of God I want to cooperate with Him body soul and spirit in bringing about Ills righteous purposes If the Holy Spirit who is in the heart of every true believer enables me as I submit my will and purpose to Him to discern all things surely I am better equipped thanrer before to fulfill my obliga tions as a citizen of the nation as a member of the community us the head of my household There is a vast difference between loving the world so as to want to wallow in the mire of its sin and pleasure and loving the world with the heart of Christ so as to want to get down as near it as possible in order that we may win some for Christ The fact that evil may triumph the fact that corruption exists in high places the fact that unrighteousness and dishonesty preside over the ballot box and often prevail in the counsels of political bodies and in city state and nation doss not in the lleast absolve me from my responsibility as a citizen of the nation What I cannot help I am not responaible for lint I am responsible most solemnly as to how my influence is cast whether by means of voice or pn or ballot orany other mediating agent which joins me with the people and nation and events around me There is no obligation to God which ever conflicts with real duty in the home community nation If you are robbing Caesar of his tribute you are going contrary to the Divine will and luring a blessed opportunity of getting close to the world and win tJC some for Jesus Christ The true patriot does not rob Caesar of his trib utfcRobbing loduWill a man rob God 0 asks the heartbroken prophet as he views the wretchedness and distress and poverty of the Jewish people ithidt has come as a direct fruitage of their selflsbnes and disobedience Yea verily he will nail he does It fS too lung a story to tell lucre Man began to do it away back in the garden of Eden when he stole the fruit of the forbidden tree and he has been doing it ever since if we render not unto God the things which are Gods are we not robbing Him Ah what a sad sad story it iis From the cradle to the grave man continues to rub God In every relation of life in every direc tion we see the tribute which belongs to God being withheld Again space forbids us attempting to enumerate the ways in which man may rob God We shall speak of but one Socalled patriotism and devotion to country may and does rob God of a great deal of the tribute that is due Him The man who puts country before he docs the God who marked out the boundaries of the continents and estab liaised the nations and set rulers over them is robbing God and paying un lawful tribute unto Caesar The mnn who says My1 country right or wrong and who means that he is go ing to sustain that country in its wrongdoing because of a false con ception of what true patriotism is may stir up a vast dent of enthusiasm at the political gathering or patriotic mass meeting and gain the reputation for intense patriotism but he is not moved by the spirit which actuated the God fearing patriots who led by the Divine purpose established this nation and ceased to pay unlawful tribute ton Cvs r across the sea Blind un reasoning loyalty to a nation dictated by intense partisanship keeps po litical fires burning and sweeps the country from end to end with strife and a fever of unrest It pays seyia ingly a magnificent tribute to C T but in the paying thereof God is robbed and the nation must pay the penalty some day The true patriot does not rob God to pay Ci sar tribute He sees that what Ciesnr may count as gain now will be strangely transferred later to the debit 1 1of the account and that the seeds sown in dishonest disregard of the rights of God hive brought forth the certain fruit of na tional decay The true patriot therefore builds for the future and is not willing to sacrifice principle or honesty for seem ingpresent gain or advantage If victory or success must be won by means of the questionable transaction and sharp doubledealing he prefers de feat to the glamour of unlawful tri bute Moses the true patriot with the eye of faith fixed on the star of promise shining away in the future chose rather to suiter affliction with the people of God than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a seasonForb- ehind respect unto the recompense of the reward The true patriot endures during the present in order that the future may feel the impress of his life and deeds True patriotism is not measured by the volume of the shout or by the brilliancy of the torchlight proceSfjion The true patriot does shout sometimes he may carry the lighted torch he may wear the button of his candidate but that is not all for these are but the outward expression of inward principle and purpose which aim to pay Ccsar the tribute due him and to God the things which belong to God On one of my rambles the other day my eye caught the flight of a feathery songster as he skimmed through the fresh air and bright sunshine With a graceful curve he dipped towards the flowerdecked field and then shut up again until in the topmost branches of the swaying tree he set tled down and poured nut his soul in tuneful song Over and over again he trilled the half dozen melodious notes of his song and each time of repetition the song sounded as sweet null fresh if not sweeter than before It is a beautiful song indeed and rare which will stand continued repetition and never grow old Like the song of the bird that day whose melodious notes bore in upon my soul a new thought from God our text is as fresh in its application to the affairs of today as it was when the words fell from the Masters lips As a platform for the true patriot to stand upon it has never failed and the eternal principles set forth have not yet nor crer will be changedAs bird from its airy perch sent forth its song so the words of our text souud forth from the exalted pinnacle of Gods righteousness and go ringing round the earth and find their practical application in every nation clime and condition Render therefore unto Casar the things which are dinars and unto God the things thut are Gods 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usual and he frequently runs his hands through i catching it In bunches and twisting Iit into varied fantastic figures Dr Gatling of gun fame has like Tubal Cain turned his attention to the plow His invention is a plow worked by a gasoline motor which can bused e at the cost of 250 a day For this sum it will do the work of 30 men and 80 horses Embry college at Oxford Ga at its commencement bestowed the honorary degree of doctor of literature upon Joel Chandler Harris author of Uncle Remus It was the first time Emor college had bestowed this degree and it was tho only honorary degree conferred by the college at this commencement In the autobiography which he fur directoryRepresentatives of his early struggles and subsequent achievements and gallantly adds Before reaching his majority he was f Infiuenceattained1 As a source of food supply for the Indians of the great Northwest the ubiquitious jack rabbit Is an importantt factor and in seasons of food scarcity can be depended upon to furnish in abundance of the most nutritious vari ety of meat at almost all times It ha been said that man can not live by bread alone nevertheless it Is a fact that the average red brother can exist quite comfortably on an exclusive diet offleshThe largest goat ranch in the world is owned by Charles S Onderdonk of Lamy N M Ho has 20000 goats an they have 28000 acres on which to xoam Booker T Washington has refuse- numerous offers of high pay to go on the lecture platform preferring to de Voto his time exclusively to the Interests of Tuskegee Albert W Paine of Bangor Me has practiced law continuously for b years having been admitted to th Penobscot county bar on May 2S 1835 He is the oldest lawyer in point of con iinuoJs service In New England THE KING STRICKEN An Operation For an Intestinal Trouble Performed His Majesty Complains But Very Little of Discomfort and it Is Thought He Is Now in a Fair Way to Finally Recover London June 25With dramatic suddenness King Edward has been stricken down upon the eve of his coronation He lies in a critical state at Buckingham palace In spite of the Intensity of this tragic interruption tho lower element of London are riaf ticking through the flagdecked streets their portion of society In gowns and Jewels has gathered at what is called a gala coronation din ner at one of the fashionable hotels Shortly after 2 o clock Tuesday aft ernoon his majesty moved from his couch to the operating table and the anaesthetic was administered Sir Frederick Treves made the incision near the patients groin and carried it upwards with an outward slant for nearly four Inches The obstruction was removed and a tubing was placed In the affected intestine As a result of the operation the cor onation ceremony which was sched uled for Thursday was indefinitely postponed and it is questionable whether it will ever occur If the king improves it will tako at least six weeks before he can recover sufficient ly to undergo the strain London June 2GKlng Edwards condition Wednesday night was even more satisfactory tuan has been indi cated by the last bulletin He has made a decided improvement and the leeling at Buckingham palace is very hopeful His majesty is able to take nourishment he had scrambled eggd and a little hock and soda Wednesday evening and with his own hands he opened several telegrams London June 27The following bulletin was posted at Buckingham palace at 11 oclock Thursday night Tho king has passed a fairly com fortable day and has maintained his strength There is a returning desire for food which has peen very care fully given There has been some return of pain In the wound Signed Treves Laking Barlow London June 27 T ose around King Edward continue to be astonish ed at his rapid recovery The slightly annoying symptoms mentioned in he bulletin Issued at 11 oclock Thursday night are quite Inconsequential com pared to the fact that his majesty andywas afterward allowed to smoke s cigarQueen Alexandra sat with her hus band all the evening and only lett him after he had fallen into peaceful r u U- dthe prince of Wales the arrangements for illuminating the city which in volved the costly erection of set pieces for electric and gas lights will be al lowed to remain and will be utilized Immediately It is authoritatively announced that the king is out of dan ger thetroyal pardons of offenders in the army will go Into effect just as If theIi coronation had occurred The prince and princess of Wales dined at Buckingham palace Friday night in company with several for sign royal personages All the diners returned early to their dames I nightIham palace than any other night since Lthe operation was performed on King Edward There were fewer watchers outside the palace the public appar ently having accepted the official announcement that the king has passed the point of immediate danger The following bulletin was issued at 9 oclock Sunday morning The king feels stronger in spite of some discomfort from the wound Nothing has occurred to disturb the satisfactory progress the king is matt ingThis bulletin was not issued until 10 oclock consequently the few persons who were passing in the neighborhood of the palace were the only ones at tracted to the announcement When the footmen had posted the notice however tho crowds soon Increased early church goers stopping to read the latest news and passing on with expressions of thankfulness A bulletin posted at the palace at t oclock Sunday afternoon said the kings was In every way sat 9Isfactory and that the local discomfort had decreased King Edwards physicians announc ed at 945 oclock that the royal pa tients progress was entirely satisfactory No further bulletins were issued Sunday night Londons June 30A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Copenhagen says that Queen Alexandra has invited the dep titles of Danish hussars to return to London at the end of September for the coronation of the king Tennis Championship matedh o gulf states tennis championship was played between R G Hunt of Alameda f odHunt the per manent owner of Stauffer cup having won It twice In succession American Yacht Won Kiel June 27The Amerfrian yacht GSsle Sam owned by Francis R Riggs of New York won the first o ethe International special class races here Thursday the stars and strIpes crossing the lins eight minutes ahead IFLOOD AT ALTON M ILL Much Damage Was Wro4yt to Man ufacturing Plants Alton 111 June 30ne of the most disastrous floods in the history of this city and vicinity resulted Sunday from the heavy rains offFrlday and Saturday At 4 oclock Sunday after noon it was estimated that 10060 acres had been covered by the over flow of Wood river which is three to six miles wide Mostf this land is either occupied by manufacturing interests or planted in crops The greatest single disaster caused by the flood was the destruction of the plant of the Stoneware Pipe Co at East Alton The loss is estimated at S 1t 000 The water rose rapidly being 18 Inches higher than evetbefore and filled an underground duct leading from the mammoth smoke stack to Kiln No4 The kiln was filled with stoneware and redhot When the water reached tho kiln Itf turned into steam and an explosion followed Th3 kilns are built close to the American plant and the explosion set fire to the buildings and other kilns burn ing them to the ground within a short timeIn East Alton the residents were compelled to use skiffs to get about the principal streets The water fill ed all the cellars in the village und some of tho largest stores were also flooded A number of outbuildings wore washed away and the station of tho Chicago Burlington Quincy railroad was carried away by the flood and lodged in a field a quarter of a milo distant The flood produced the worst rail road tieup In recent years in the vicinity of the Altons The Big Four and the Chicago Peoria St Louts railroads were hit the hardest whit the Burlington sustained the smallest amount of damage St Louis June 30Thls city and vicinity is the center of a rainstorm of unprecedented severity that baa prevailed almost incessantly since Saturday morning According to th local weather bureau reports 543 inches of rain fell here between 230 a m Saturday and S p m Sunday and the end Is apparently not Insight At times the storm equaled a cloudburst in severity Considerable damage the total estimated at about 250000 resulte- from d the win that accompanied the rain Saturday night the wind at tamed a velocity of about 55 miles an hour blowing down trees telephone telegraph and trolley poles and Interfering with communication of all sorts From the surrounding country comes reports of destruction to and the washing out of railroad tracks and bridges causiiJJ s vlst erable delay to trains iS Five hundred feet of thecast fvall Innof th S SI l htI 1ma4 tna I wind was at its height In Place the Worlds fair grounds are covered with water Nearly all inbound trains we delayed Sunday as a result of tie storm arriving at Union station frcin 40 minutes to 5 or 6 hours late Set eral washouts were reported and el egraph wires were reported down s that the trains could not be located STORM AT CHATTANOOGA Four People KUltf and Much Damage Done to Farm Property Chattanooga Tenn June 30 Three people were killed in Saturday nights term and much damage was Jong tto farms In this section Miss Cora Kel ly a schoolteacher of this city while driving through a grove of trees iin Meigs county near Dayton Tenn w companion proprietor of a sawmill and his saw yer Jesse May were killed by fallin timbers Private Joseph Quirk of the 7th infantry while trying to prevent a stampede of the horses In the govern ment corral was trampled under tho feet of the anmials and probably fatally Injured Sunday afternoon du ing a thunder storm at Harriman Tenn a 15yearold daughter of Fran Dugger was killed by lightning Mr Daggers residence was burned to the ground and a second daughter was se- rIously injured UXORCIDE AND SUICIDE Henry Canfield Killed His Wife and Then Took His Own Life Cfieldwife of whom he was jealous Saturday night and then took his own life The bod lea were not found until Sunday The discovery was made by a daughter of theirbedroomparents lying dead on the floor side by side The shock produced nervous prostration and her criticalThewas 75 hadbeenwerethechildren who are prominent here WorldKansasThe lagest cotton mill In the world Is to be built within CityS3100000 of beesubscribedwesternmenThe German Budget Berlin thf400GOOOOmarks sII particlularprospects for 1902 are not bright FIGHTING IN HAYTI Encashments Between Men From the Fleet and Revolutionists Foreign Consuls Under Protection of Their Various Flags Are With Gen Firmin and Are About to Embark Capo Haytien Hayti June toThEOre was much fighting here Sunday and great excitement prevails Adm KI1 lick commander of the Haytien fleet disembarked a further detachment of troops and a large quantity of ammu nition at 4 oclock Sunday morning for the better protection of Gen FIrmin one of the candidates for tho presidency of the republic Since 6 oclock Sunday morning there have been several lively en gagements between the men from the fleet and the revolutionists from the north Several machine guns were set up in a commanding position by Gen Firmins forces and an attempt WPS made to drive the men from tho north from their positions Notwithstand ing the fire from the machine guns detachments of the northern revolution ists made several attacks on Gen Fir mins followers and the latter were eventually dislodged- In the meantime the vessels under the command of Adm Killirk were bombarding Capt Haytien This ac tion wns taken without previous not ifl cation to the foreign consuls here There has been a lively rain of shrts down tho streets of Cape Haytien At the moment of filing this dir patch the foreign consuls under the areewith Gen Firmin and are about to em bark on the government gunboat Ore to Pi rot They are under a rather heavy firo and In considerable danger The foreign residents of this port are- lawlessnessat present exposed to the combatantseDeep regret Is expressed that no warship of a foreign power is In the harbor to afford protection to foreign residentsGreat excitement reigned hero Sunday afternoont+ dATHLETICS AND RELIGION Representatives of Creeds Is Planned For the Olympian Games Chicago June 30A gathering of representatives of the many religious and creeds of the world which will rival the congress of religions of the Worlds fair is planned for the Olym plan games In 1904 by Bishop Fuel odn ethical and religious organizations The religious feature of the game- will be organized on the same broad l faMtIthntI Aqh tso send Its athletic representatives will b urged to have its religions repre Ideaxthat all games of endurance and skiI worshipInendeavor to show that the connection istheld that the temperance and self denial exacted of candidates for modern sports of all kinds is closely allied to the principles of selfcon trol which are taught as part of every creed In civilized land and that ath letics and religious work together to ward forming a race of perfect himan beings TABLET OF WHITE MARBLE A Tribute to the Late President Un ChurchasVashingtcn Juno MA small tab let of white marble bearing in letters lifegMcKinley the tribute of his friend Judge Thomas H Anderson formerly of Ohio but now a member of the district bench was unveiled In the Metropolitan M E unveilingrwas attended with simple ceremonies whokhad helped the dead president execute the will of the people Wellknown men added their trib utes to the solemn melodies of the choir In making the occasion a memorable one The American flag that concealed the tablet was drawn aside as the congregation sang with deep feel big Nearer My God to Thee The tablet occupies a position on the north wall of the main auditorium midway between the two entrances to the churchCholera Record In the Philippines Manila June 30 According to offi cial reports there have been in Manila up to date 1740 cases of cholera and 1385 deaths from the disease The same reports for the provinces shtrw 19x49 cases and 7038 deaths Lieut Col Louis M Maus the Insular health commissioner says that there proba bly have been 2000 deaths from chol era in the provinces of which It is im possible to get records Ordered to Manila GeorgerW Davis In command of the American forces at Zamboaga Mindanao has been ordered to Manila to tako command of the department of tho north Brig Gen Samuel S Summer will succeed Gen Davis at Zamboagna ParisVienna Automobile Race ParisViennaAautomobile race was won by Marcel Renault Ho covered the distance from Paris to Vienna In 15 hours and 22 minutes an average speed of 82 kilometers about 51 miles an hour LITERARY CURIOS 1 Queer Tltlfm br Which Some of the Current AVerk of Authors Are Called For The literary craze that is sweeping over the country is producing some queer results among those who are anxious to be considered literary said the relates the Atlanta ConstittflJn LookellerII day a woman was in here Creases and I sent her away satisfied with The Crisis The same day a gentleman I asked if I had Dry Am I I gave him Dri and I and he departed with what he had been looking for But the other day I was fairly stumped when a warty came in and asked me if I had Wait a Minute Never heard of its raid I That is funny he answered it is be ing talked about and I am anxious to read it I looked all over my book lists and satisfied myself that there was no sure book in existencei and he went away disappointed and with an impress Hii I fear that I was not keeping what Ials pride ina first das+ book store The day following however he came hack smiling and asked for Tarry Thou Till I Come He had tkm t1e t JIaut ion this time to write tne title dwn was was Bear of See I FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR FOR SKIN FDR THE uuI tI p I YAria- I ate SICK I us at Our story We it upon of Your trade us why you The 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