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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r s r i t i- I J f4f THE HICKi4A COURIER=OLDEST iv EVRPAJ j p1NvV2DTERN EISTTTJCKTT c IIL ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNIfr KYJULY 111902 VOL XX VIII NO 24 II 1 r S L3it SENATOR HANNAS PROPHECY Nobody has dvjjr accused1 Senator Jianna df a lack o fI political shrewdness During his career as a party man aver he has added to the vast material resources placed in his hands an appreciation of 1public sentiment which has been of particular service t the organizationIII On account speech before the Senate regarding Cubing reciprocity may be considered significant My opinion is7 he said in discussing I the failure ol Con I gress to vote reciprocity for i Cuba that wo shall hear j from tlm people in unmistak able terms I President Roosevelt has put tile issue on n moral basis The represtotatives of the party in Congress have repudiated the obligation slighted the President and ignored the wishes of tIt people who furnished the soldiers to free Cuba from Spanish oppression Convention platforms have uprI held the President while Congress men voted against Cuban reciprocity Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L loAD OuiJa N V writes After J5 days of excrucia ting pain froth sciatic rheumatism un der various treatments I was induced to try Uallards Snow Llnimout the first application giving my first relief and thry second entire relief I can giye it unqualified recommendation 25 50c and and 1 at L P A W S El lisous THE FIVE BOONS OF LIFE Mark Twaiuin Harpers Weekly I In the morning of life canjo I Jl in ltlh J eit UlL i Hero are gifts Take one 1 leave the other And lie wary choose wisely oh 1 choose wisely for only one of hem is valuable IChe gifts were five Fame love riches p1e lentilrTIfQ youth said eagerly l ETheret is no need to conI si ergaiulj he chose pleas Ul IiMfeIi i wdrld and theb1pleasures that youtli delights iiij But each in its turn was slfbrtlivedf and disappoint inn vain and empty and eatrii departing mucked hwn In the end he said These years I have If I could hilt choose again I wfmld choose wisely The fairy came bringing again four of the gifts but d0ath was wanting She still lrTgavu itito mothers S petn little child It was liltt7aslcing me to choose for it You did not ask meto choose HOh miserable me Vhat is there left for lie jyhat not even you have deserved the wanton insult ofold age I t The Same Old Story 1 A Kelly relatos an experience similar to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood in the Unit ed Stated and has been told and rotold by thousands of others Ho says lust summer I had au attact of dysentery ami purchased bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy which used according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results Tho trouble was controled much quicker than fornu r attacks when 1 used other xemidies Mr Kely is a wall known citizen of Henderaou if C For sale by Cowgil Cowgil r m NOTICE I Jherqby notify all persons having claims against the estate of the Jtto U I D Watson lo present them bejfro the if 2nd Monday in August 1902 or flier will bo forever after barred by law Mas R D WATSOX 1 PREDICTS A DEMOCRATIC VIC I ITORY NEXT FALL I Vfishil1 ton July 7SIn-i i ator Fred Dnbois of Idaho who made a speech in tin senate on the Philippine gov erument bill which was one of the strongest protestat oppoiItion sail this morning of that mpfistiro htcrnmenthilfof syndicates awl corpora tioiu It was plainly tntiHl liy Ithe arlvo ratos of tlliII that the dtign- wayto oiipnuragfi eerpnralinns to p11i1ipIsteins ootupuralivelv remain thut thrtdeMgn of the KrptiMicang in the ptt ate of this hill wax awl w dependentofSpeaking of the MHsage of pevoral important ensured against the views of several prominent Je publicans notably the ship sub sidy bill and the Philippine goernment hill Senator Dubois paid I think the dt8corI in the Re publican party is greater than it hs bo n since 1S72 The rtal lleaders are not friendlyI to President Roosevelt Under the sin 1115hntcharges them with duplicity The Democrats in congress on the other hand are more invited and harmonious than they have been since the first election of liesidency that it seems reasonable that the chnngcThc Republicanshave while the Democrats are without leadership There is no jeal ousy in the DC mocratie party and no one assumes to control or lend rJan In i I mi14iplUU tiaj 4ai JU1I1gdone presidency The Perfect Liver Medicine I Mrs i1 A Jolloy Noble O T writes I have trod Horblno for a nntnher of yours and can cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect livtr medicine anil the greatest blood purifier It in a medicine of positive merit mid fully accomplishes nil that is claimed for it AUIaria cannot find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for one of its func tions is to prevent the alworpliou of fever producing poisons Herbine is a most eJIicient liver regulator LOc at L I1 t W K Ellison MCKINLEYS GREATEST SPEECH The last speech President Mckinley made was looked upon by thoughtful men of all parties as tho greatest of IllS life Leading Republicans who were afterwards leaders in the legislation of the present Congress were especially omphatic in regarding the speech as a uptheadvice must be strictly followed The weakening began with the opening of Congress Tim Tariff Barons got in their work and crowded sentiment to tho background Hero is an extract from tho McKinley speech which wilt serve as a reminder of tho whole c The period of exclusiveness is passed The expansion of our trade and problemCommercial policy of goodwill and friendly trade relations will provost reprisals Re ciprocity treaties are in harmony with the spirit of the times measures or retaliation are not If perchance some ot our tariffs are 110 longer needed for revenue or to encourage and protect our industries at home why should they not bo employed to extend and promote our markets abroad Intliofacoof tho awful blank that Congress has loft in the matter of tariff legislation will these loaders have the face to praise the McKinley speech again How long do they feel thnt they can fool anybody i ionttl nil to Try This Whenever an honest trial is tohKlcotric Hitters for any trouulo it is ro I commended for a permanent onto will surely bo effected It never fails to tone tho stomach regulate the kidneys and trowels stimulate tho liver invigorate the nerves and purity the blood Its a systomsEhand Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders UheumaiSatisfaction guaranteed by Cowgill S Cqwgill Only 50 cents j BUYOR I j r If you want tOVUrI sell farm lands timber laud houses lf stock of goods rall- and see me attb Court house Iljckmau ivCall or w rite for ri- t3ATToiVEYATLAW Special attfiuj h S given to collections etc JWrRONEY HICKMAN j KENTUCKY e ti u- u LEDFOKD HANDLE Groceries Frish Meats4a Hardware Qiipensware and Fee Stuffa HayWe curry everything+ IlfiIlY lou tItt firstelnss Grocery and not I tins will ho slmredl to Jr customers LCul for IMno Trading Stamps + lvcry lOc Cash PereIIRsus1 After collection of 300 yon arc iS2fl to a nandsome present Tei1hone j1 Goods Promptly Delivered t IT i IL 1 CLOSING OUTSALE1 r IJ r4 I have dfUled to loij xttihy entire stock of Dry Goods Notion Shon Jud Slippers Hal anJ Pants Trunk and Jirstvaling hags nt and I LOW i STc I I L D H3SJfrIONSt l BCORNER j Tf I i OUR OXFORDS 9- urAND SLIPPERS tUU Art more attractive tills Season than usual 1 That1 s why wegrihi new Mtronfi Veto clayco i r Take our Oxford and Slipper sales t his season it hasp simply aston s h e cYus ft again proves ftlmt the pnblic will gp where they canwt the i Best Styles Highests Grades and then tllt11H I211 Attraction ABOUT THE PRICE 7tiJJ are fi l0lei ltft 1r ALL SAAND 350 OXFORDS FOR 4 250= ==c = c c 1 JJ I fJi RICE NA YLR12JuLIrl luQI MJl o tt I REAL FRUIT OF YOUR BRAIN Do you know many men or at leant one who answer this 1ScriIIt ion asks the New York Journal lIt iis enthusiastic con vineing optimistic and the only thing you caiiriot understand about him is the fact that hfi is 1practically ItI failure Me is edipgtd hi the race of life by other men much duller much quieter than hems You cannot understand 1I11ta man with so much mental force so much of good intention awl moral vivacity should drift along without success vhil others who sMI ent inferior and attract no attention accom plish the work in which lie fails L LCvery reader will easily recall some friend who ought to lle successful but is not lye suggest that the reader apply to the suggest ed friend the following test Does all of his work en 11 talkingDoes he has enthusiastically discuss ed and mappedout some ilea his responsibility ends Is that by any chance time trouble with yourself Air reader The lloss Worm Medecine- II P Kump Druggist TJ1Iiighton Ala writes One of my customary had K child which was sick and throw np nil food up could retain nothing ouIBtomac lIe bought one bottle of Whites Cream Cretan vernmfuge and it brought up 119 worms from the child Its the ooss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermafuge is iQlprOOVosetaCt rrwnt tlumt1U a t n- rtblor thlfirt to Clio t 1 and elasticity of natural to childhood 2T c at L P s W S Ellison UNNEEDED TAXATION Notwithstanding the extraordinary extravagance of Congress at the session just closed there is a tremendous sur plus in the treasury and notwithstand ing the wiping out of what have boon specifically known as war taxes to a large amount there is every indication that the surplus will keep piling up an invitation to reckless expenditure Patriotic people are willing to pay sufficient taxes torn liberal support of their Government and they are quick to respond to extra demands when we are at war but Jn excess of taxation when the country is at peace hind a revolutionary effect It quickly pro duces a revolution in party control and unless corrected in ft reasonable timo leads to revolution of a moro serious sort Our existence as the greatest re public of history rests largely on a revolt against unjust taxation Wont Follow Advice After Paying For it In a recent article a prominent phy sician says It is next to impossible for the physician to got ins patient to carry out nay prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he Las hut one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic constipation tho most mild antI gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach A Liver Tablets should he employed Their uso is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition For sale by Cow gill A Ouwgill SEN BLACKBURN FOR STATE PRIMARY United States Senate Washington DO June 27 1903 Hon James M Richardson Gins gow Kentucky TUy dear Jim Accept my congratulations upon your editorial of the 13th on primary elections It wits a strong article well put and un answerable I hopo to live long enough to see it become the universal practice of our party throughout the country I SonnlorsIacuomi I plislud I will bo satisfied friendiI LOW KATES TO ST LOUIS Set unlay nut Similar Go to toe city and enjoy yourself at the beautiful Summer Gardens Takei in the Ahdwny and Loop tho Loop- S I Drogreas made at Worlds Fair i nccommodair j I included To St Louis in nrornin j back in evauing Ask your Agent fo 1 A NOVEL IDEA Mr Frank H Shepard has com 65feetthe latter part of this week It wili f transformed f andfewa a ipart of the hot summer months cruitiinc along the Mississippi river Jgoing far as Hickman Mr Shep J puttheamong saw mill men along the river in tthe interest of the Dyersburg Machine Works The barge will be ttowed by the steamer Hock White belonging to Captain Frankl Shep arcl jr We wish them a royal time Dyersburg Gazette Summer i prevolont fnmily use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the I hest patent medicines manufactured and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not in tended asa free puff for the company whs do not advertise with us but toi benefit little sufferers who may not b3 NoIamilespeciallyinnal For sale by Cowgill Cowgill FOR FUN Theres a fellow who can throw light on most subjects Who is he A photographer that Kentucky gentleman seems to bo prondof his red nose Most everybody is proud ot acostly ipossession It is said that her face is her fortune Yes her husband told mo the other tiny that ho spent a fortune on her with tot dentist The painting is an exact likeness Yes the artist paints as well as glie does Anti you would lot a fellow mortal starve would you Why not this is a free country r l + pdrtctti ct it Hittt NitJ UutlulnJ 11l1 I i Material i IiiROUCH AND DRESSED LUM i BEJ of Doors and Windows Shingles C t4 Limo and Cement 4 4rr t icCIIEERFULLIr i t FURNISHED r FEED STUFFS or f etcr+ t i I LPWSEHiSON J i of 1 JJoOI44 Mtt r+rJi a a NOAHS ARK FOUND A strange historic craft 1200 feet lung has been recently discovered in the interior ot Alaska It is hundreds- of feet above the sea level and some biblical scholars claim that it is Noahs ark An expeditions is to be lifted out for the purpose of examining the new flail and all traces of Noah will be searched for and carefully noted If a Mini Lie to You And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Uucklons Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles Burnn Moils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin Eurptions prove its the best cheapest 25c at Cowgill Cow gill drug store FOR SALE AT A KAWJAIX Five lots on corner of Moulton and AHegaiiy Streets one of the best business stands in the town Three Brick Store Rooms One Brick Dwelling of 8 rooms Four Frame Btiildings plenty of water and everything complete This property to be sold at a sacrifice For further particulars call on or address FRANK THOMPSON Hickman Ky WET WEATHER LOSSES Reports from the great wheat and corn belt are that tho loss to crops front tho long wet spell is approximate 87 000000000 The loss to wheat in han saa is placed at 8000000 bushels Tho cotlition in the northwest is critical iurit 3 6- L K 1 s t r 1r I t Jr SF d it J E i l V THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor mOK lAN KY JULY 11 1902 Aguinaldo is to make a lecture tour through the United Kttps the cicouditloupiues JTheand already there are three candidates fortbe Legislature in Graves county Newspapers must raiso the price for announcements if candidates como out this early 4i4 Bryan and Cleveland appear determined to hays harmony in the Dem ocratic party if they have to fight fo it The boys in the trenches do the fighting and they want new leaders those with courage to fight the enemy and not each other Rest assured that the loaders who villiiy and abuse ouch other are for the spoilsof olllce and not for the good of their country or pnrty itNo Political Bias Hon Alex Humphrey lender of the Kentucky bar and uncompromising auti Goebelite told the Kentucky IImr association of Lexington that in till contest for State offices there was unseemly political bins shown by the judges of the courts And yet the Court of Appeals with one Democrats majority declared the Democratic State officers elected and a few months after the same court only with one Republi can majority declared the Republican candidate elected Hero wnq our highest State Court actually reversing itself with apparently no other cause than the change of politics that is a republican judge succeeded a democrat That the Court was honest in eac case may be true but it does look little strange that with the same facts and same laws before them such oppo sit reuelwctJ itDirect Shipment to St Louis Several farmers near Hickman about concluded to grow several acres of tomatoes next year learning how profitable the crop has proven to some of our West Tennessee neighborhoods It iis said that 25 cents n bnshel is a certain average price With these figures you can make the calculation as to how much better it will I pay than corn or wheat per acre What iis true of tomatoes is true in other garden truckfruits mellons c Only with jn thaist t n da 9haxittbecusothu shipments could he made direct from llickmau to St Louis over the Iron Mountain so that such things gathered in the evening can bo on the St Louis market the next day and it is this fact that has awakened moro lively thought us to such matters The hills around about IIickniau are admirably adapted to such productions and when actively engaged in will double and treble the present values of such lands 1 lils Obligation of Good Manners diPlomatiinn rudeness although some beginners seem to deem the terms busiuesslike- and ungracious synonymous and not a few go out of their way to be sour abrupt pointblank and disagreeable tall and sundry The theory held Ly such mistaken persons appears to be tIns That the man who means to wrest success from life must not stop bIthe way to waste time over politeness Arguing upon the lines that the world mlnation tobreatheI responsibilities that his important position entails mistattentempers his inexperience with a softenedI contemporaries a ohisutukiufriendsg t itii5 for a young mans future should he earn a reputation for bumptiousness and bad manners The business king hoadoptsa itkpsi to be jostled must himself jostle others taughtby tothea prosperity mTheandthereforeYet it is a straightforward piece o C oIncho to would that fjTJPresumably ovary person prefers to be spoken to with gentle courtesy rather 10businesscnstomowere aufriesthobauD mercial qualities New York Commer cialeWe commend the above editorial to all yOuug 1 2 IIbusiuess1Ian D 1 to make friends and then rp all that business demands of you Without t friends no one can be happy is a true I staying and the 1 young person who tvi try it through life will find lifes roadto feltIunder 2I I po SUMMER GOODS jj ATJ J J REDUCED PRICES In order not to carry oycr to next 4asoll era lines of goods rp will of1cat t se1g iXduction Do slut delay iuiiic 11 rstI allrLfj mustgo none lpsevpdI WASH GOODS j j IrromOtlnitiJldflIi iI l 1 SllkCdJtlilihumsl j Our lr nnll12c Wash Clouds go at lac Our 20e Wash iJoodsl go at 1 loo Our 30 81112c Wash Hoods to nt 1 IGij ticnj l I LADIES SHIRT WAISTS i i All go at i off Iz 175 White Lriwa Waist for 11 31- l l f lnqii l 113- I 1 l i- J j 194cI 1 44 al tf I11 00 75iict + t t 7cc 56c 50 colored t 38c HATSa r i We have Jte at hof regular lprice LADIESftllt FINE OXFORDS Ii I f + I eAtreduced prices All our 850 and 800 Kid End Patent Leather olunial Slippers goat 250 1- lfL TZEffC fOfJS 1 t IaVr1Q I TWlq JTJIIPJfi tIIiltIJf1lo4 I I g I 1 ti Tt0 YOUR MARRIAGE Carless Ministers Cause Serious Trouble Owing to the failure of min inters justices of the pence and others whoIij celebrate marriages to make retnins tv I I the County Clerks Offices in Kentucky 1I j I husbandsj and wives have only It is said j iI about nine chauctO in ton of j proviP5Ij their wedlock by the records inI vestigatlon has proven tits in Jeffcraou j j I counts says the Lmiisville Oomuier I j cialI I If the statutes were obeyed the mar I J rialto registry in the clerks olllce wouldII contain the munas of the couple ritxl the oflicient the place the date I j and the names of nt least two witness os The statutes provides that olllcients shallI on January 10 of each pear retun I a list of the murruuxes that have performed during the previous year and I that this list shall embrace all the mar riagosparforrnod until mad in December I 31 previous fcorjiwrlvfls a penalty lice of not less than i5 our more than elfI vision but now the penalty huts been revolted as far as miiristcr are coneern od and they perform the groat mojori ty of marriages The record iu this County Okrks oflico is the beet evidence and a majors t1 ty of married people nuts never need it but wlion trouble comes and you do need it you mny need it mighty bad like tno Arkansas man when he needed gun Without this record your is reduced to a common law marriage null common law nmrri g s Curegoo1 ap to logitiinisiu clijldrnu but no further Ministers and witnesses marriages like other people die and it is well for you to examine the record in the County Olerk office tJtSFULTON TEACHERS INSTITUTE I In Session atTulton this Waale The 8rd annual session of thnTonrh rs Institute of Fulton Jonuty 1iS5I 1Doni Smith Suporintendellt inchurge weekTheree t teachers of the county and the J of the teachers shows tho school of the county in a first class order and tho I ltolIItn t the h ach I in thJnork report shows 500 books iin the I Ii Ihe pistrict library the largestI 1l 1 nniuber of in the countyai tII IDistrict No IProf J Or Cheek I DaupreeII Brown Miss Irene Canon rictItrict iso tiMilos Birdie Sanudois District o r V W Roach IIartrovIe h1ddexI oj- District No 14firlRnnier IDistrict No JIiMnI Udnoy rf District No 16 Hioktr un = P rAR Boone Miss Shcrron Mi 1Merry man Miss WiseniHii Miss Outt5ii Miss nCavceI ajDistrict No lSl L Scott o District No 10Mr Noel aDistrietl District No 82 Mias BalimVv MDistrictjDistrictvDistrictIIn the other districtB whoro no uawMare given the teachers have ildtti iiecu ected yesM Cost of State Primary Our Kentucky pohtioiau vcrygoner I why oppose n primary election fr the iI nomination of caiulnluto for suite ofllccs and the objection urged is that U will ut1tdatotax and that it will practically close the I doors ou poor men There is truth ini their contention albeit thereaJi grounds of opposition on the pert of j I some is that a state primary onset be I manipulated and controlled by politician iI so primariasoosil j Thon who are Sincerely in fiu rof a jJ4 SLut primary held under the law i evidence their souse ot fairness primuryJlbctionI1few rwlaira tic print I Irnrv lnALnii tr 1n heMou thuf day in November pernii UlarI iiljii I as ninny democrats Ixiplista ii as choose bur requiring the election officers t0 countI iI he hill party vote cast for tho cnnlidate j I of that party rocuiving the l gsJ a uomfnoo f each party give him its full yatty otcftoward his election mud tho Stnti wouldpay all the expenses And ttly would I i prove the best protection tguii5 seineI Liudotiwruodoing g r I i tr I i Look V LookWE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE I I f M pj a j- aI t = I I i STEEL i I II i 1 i I gnhoalizedIj i I wiresi 4w I u awavs of deform quality AthKi h r great a 11n vi r nit Dcs i rtIi lit CS ilipsiltr turn i Crittic horses Ux and pigs e FIELD VERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers Cell and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence sour fields flu Uvy will fenced keepitof Bagipes Farm Implements harness tc W S HENDERSON CO YOQnQUR SfAET- l1 T 1r rTIOIi A thoroughly delightful event for the younger smart set was the party which vas given Wednesday evening by IrI and Mrs J H Millet in honor of their tiDaytonhome was decorated in palms and sword ij fern J9SlUSiisiSiMiJi SaiIn the innntoifl in rwjrption roomTilrotFSOmT looking It aves being rcilecled in tin mirrors a cluster of lillifs was the only I touch of color against tin green Could j trio imagine an evening more pleasant thans spent amid music furnished I y t- Rue i gniphaphoue placed in a home where host and hostess are generally declared always affable and gracious whqro the cool breezes blow continually froth the rivera porch bedecked with many Japanese lanterns and in one cozy corner Frapp was served by Misses Parks and French At nine T nriees were offered to the couples guess ing the most answers in A Musical Programme airs given on a violin by Mr Jack Mr IT linden winning tin prize During the evening ices and cakes and refreshing drinks wore servodII July the mreUi will bo a pleasant in the minds and hearts of of us- Giussts were Mr GtlS Aloxnndes and Miss Crittenden r B Isler nod Miss Mabclle l uqun Mr E Prntlier and Miss Annie Ellison r P Powell and Miss E tello Reno rr T French and Miss M Ramagc I r T Moore and Miss Laura Brown Air U Boudnint and Miss Katie Reid r H Iladen and sC Kiilfeuinn Mr D Amberg and Miss May Hollity Ir C Rogers and Miss Homer Green Mr L Baltzer and Miss Bottle DelJow Misses Maud Parks and Beanie French Mrs N ivinginnn Rovers Jno I I I r Amborg Olaudo Whitney Roland I Amborg Ivan Paris j H B L L A The lllokmau 13 it L Association moots next Thursday night 17th in Courier building DEATH OF ABE UNDER IWOODD Ii Mr Abe Underwood and old and j well known citizen died at his homo jj ing miles from Ilickmun Tuesday morn j arid was buried in the city comeII tory Tuesday evening The better citizens Honorable up I I i right arid conscientious in all tho theITOOK OUT Ihave a saw mill grist mill Iud 8 acres of land for solo good stant for rist Mill best stand in the county for ortountrystore Will sell cheap and on easy terms call and sun r R BROWN L Ami Jon would lot a fellow mortal starve would yon Why not this is a free country GY 4 t ALL WDVEH WISE pit FENCE I stay OASMl O A BlH t CASH i j l I have the Inrjrcst awl leSt altcte1stockl of Fresh Iras ris in the city which I am sellingas low the lowest for Cash and Cash only also carry acompletejine of Saddles and Harness fc wlliohiUh sold b 1oek bo btom jrices tall and examine lea stot k mid lif foiiviiKVil E O JItAzrAj FrpE Do1jre y Ehona SI I i IS 14 K MAN WACJON crt j i arrnt ru ntrts uP Till KIKIIKTKII a eE AN WrRJ J 1tJ 1jJ r mJJ sJ- I = = tJUI= rHas a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds ntONEthehet1ALLt 1 COON iUAlUNTIll 1 t AS1 RliPIIISSIINTIllI J1I 1 RO FIN t A SPJSCIALTY IeALL AJND EVrj1 6 Ii 1CCei1liesFresh kindsChoiceQueens ware Harness Ice Cream Freez ers lactic ofusefulHaY and Bran All hiv4 W ulr JW ROGERS SON C f w z r 4v a w u 1LjI Prr51T1- f 1 v ft L Y iK iI iY a I l r i i x t h yt Y r r t I II toss i ELLISONS Special July SalesContinue through U8 week Specials in each Department u In Grocery DepartmentS ate Sugar 1 ettstotuerMasonsQuarts at 48c- HalfGallon at 69c In Millinery Department 50 aboutTrimmed j Ail uewl trimmed manywouldSale Price 150 In Bargain Department I Doz Towels at IlOc The lot includes Turkish TowerI sire 20x40 inches Pure Unen ToveK 20x42 inches Tine BtaBhPl Hnek 17x39 jiinches JLinen ailsk 16x32 inches- Not one of the t but I IOelindBaby Elite Shoe Polish 8c Clairette Soap 3c In Bargain Dcpartnjent In Dry Goods Department 43 pcs Fke Batistes and Lawns Ssld heretofore at 15 and 20e Hill price 12 1 12c 15 PCS I ussian nd Egyptian TTrimming cesVorth lOc It yard at 5 CentsWidth up to 8 iu In Drug Department Quadruple Extracts Violet White Heliotro e Lily or the yullpjr 1h 1klIle Blns on1 Vhite HO H IIeatllr 13loon Cnranation Pink Host n i rnliiulnSale Price Per Ounce 3 v c r The fini t prrfuum road liijnlar price UI l WII 1 TrrJTtIIW W r o r SODA WATERFREE i With oOc purohnso1 in Drug Dejit Clothing Department 20 Doz Suspenders i fado of 40 awl oOp wohbing Sale Price Inc r 43 Doz Mens Hoe Colors Kwls niius OrsCentsBoys Summer Underwear l 11Uurht WI got a double stodkrln get rid of tlMm wtUtl a jklilt on iVrn Balbriggan Shirts anI Drawers 19c Usual pric ic Better Grade 25cH- eRnlar price 35c 4- i L P weS Ellison t u ti6 =fiJi XASWARKANSJSfAN LOUISIANA AiI Areb directlyrainsb relChe the otton elWh c line runS through the most Peru p tio o Ark nsus isiana and Texas These ai s either retch direct or m e oserat c 1inr t- Gtconnections for all parts of th I I4 Sot thweSt rT wear p Ji you want to find a Rood home IIf the Southwest W ere bit crops raised and whcro people pros risro per write for a copy of our hand some booklets flow ev in the Southwest Olimpseajof South illhestArkansas nndXorth I Texas with a Camera Is anxioim SenU freB to EWLaBEAUHEGPTL ST LOUIS HO betterhipcondition M Jji I RIGHT TO THE CROijSING The right of the pclpstrian 01 an established street crossing over any vehicle whatsoever except those of fire and police department is absolute and yet every duy we- s this established principle of American law violated by fast drivers audothlrs1 who are nut driving lust 7Jorhaps you do not know it but you have no right iif you are driving to force any ped estrian to stop and wait untilyou go over a city crossing You are tthe one who is supposed to stop 11 injury occurs to a pedestrian mi account of your failure To slop you are personally liable for dam ages Of late it has appeared as if the ordinary pedestrian has no tights that drivers of horses are bound to respect o Farm For Sale 102 acre nearly fill cleared good iUl rovenumtik 2 J1 miles from Hickuian Apply to MpsARTnuEKixo i 1 r l Q onlt tl- CC e ltltli1 G J aUUC cycycycycyay- Calt RhubarbergsolaClonr ibis townweekl intheMrAll Irf E1 visitedinMrJ t undertMrs fourthWithJ R Brown took In the glorious lcUrU1 with the boys at the litIg Little able Ayers and Merio Knot rrare visiting iu Curuthel8ville Mo i Bellorospent j ParagouldArksum i lUcrI i slippersRICE to XAYLOR KyIswellk thisI Mrs JOIcphiae Scites of Union City is vtsitiug Mr and Mrs this week YDumPurhaanII iastor Imther Wells haj been visit pasttw3Beesia Singes and her cousin i IrJ R Scute are visiting Miss Ltzzie Tams this week Inrgu crowd or young and old pro oLr 1 eat lllckman apeut the fourth nt lontiug Bridge llts Jlcttehee ant daughter of- Bawling Green are visiting Mrs Emma Stjhens this week- S A ehd values in summer underwear snit poster Shoe Store KICEJtNAYU Mrs tj R Brown and children- vislted friends at State Line a few das the past week 11th Crittenden and children of s aMf yule are risking her brother Rev C A furterfield of this city Little Miss Hiurrktte Taws Beckham of Jnion City is visiting her grand pllrBta Mr Bud Mrs Jette Tarns Mts Addle Jones BenD tt of Florida b4e iiti as her Hiater Mrs Judge Wil lJc3ji nut hale or friends in this section flri Rippy health officer deiiiet ithat thjrl is any small pox at Uuiou City mill Ant there has not bevu since May 14i hate at big bargain prices at KICK do K A YLUR Jw Mrs Kneed Strong have old place on Troy road to Mr John McClimv for tt st- nr M Gebee and her danghters M Ilunkins and Miss Ophelia of ting Green left for their home t l lesdayi Bartadato and wife of Paducah I are visiting relative In llickui t week He wan old Hickmau boy odI iu this place J M Hubbard was called t- 9tlr inhw Let week to sec au uncle- Uiffitt of a brother as was rnentioued lit meek ti1Vt UOKWS A Son will receive lftlxy Fresh butter tankers heel niteft4 and those tsJiri Us Zu lu- WiUl Craig dvujtpwt King Lillard anti- Mu1ey Bradley of Columbus were i- norgan WHhirtnlav on bnxintss and a K friends i M faSt of PUTSUUK KUIH i K Ilii 1ttrns hire fur aftFre l looks not ural and Wt af- ttWhan itim home for a while M fet Sunday School will Wed a- ltij1JaIust churl hair lit due dat fl ockick July 16 to tart 1o spend tt In day We dayof leatun 11 lutz Parks r of Navhville piwfd lust Aluiiflay en route to she will remain a feu tftblown Parker- 1ter bs tv to visit her LW llruiwof litiw ling lin e itrtntpndent of Kenttirky Ohildiwr if StNiety Milled on us M d1y WreeOUUDflU lug work1- 1Attrbers in Kentucky care now re 0 nndro nil VAillllilla ion and Ult ctrtifkate to follow their tlll it 1heeertifleate costs sat Sat hal b Mu ht ill Louisville to test the tart 7 11iq S aL Hubbard did rot leave for M llnle until Monday bst She will perIiy1l3rekort Mule W tIlter the r year old son o- Mr t Vlltr Henderson on htKt Friday westi accidentally shot curd wounded iiu- UtO knee by some little boys who wer- practicing e with nu air gun in front of tJl0 Ifemlersoit home The wound con tliiute painful but M not serious 1tte Mississippii isi nKain falling at- HtokllUtU mad the slight apirehensw of ll flood from the rushing waters of tho upper rivers is dissipated Xho friend of our renernljlu fellow- townsman Uncle Josh Dodds will regret to lenru that an eating caiwo lies developeit on Ins face J W McElroy and a number 01f other ckmanites who wont on the Rives Ieo excursion k St Louis all re Aorta glorious time- RMrs T Reynolds who is in Puoblo QA Lon account of her health we lour ismuch unproved Mr Reynolds turned this week with the children bu- icillhimsuif return to Colorado Tile Plmol is the musionlsfJlJsntion- oijGliutou Street in Hickuiun dividing thogrnphnI aro gli h IINOW FOR JULY TIlEs And that means au extra eirort on our part to hold your interest means special inducementa to keep you coming Its an active alert stock and we 1111 the 500011011 dun season full of brightest and best wdAeaof inducements in honest substantial furniture and home furnishings that will justify a buying trip or many miles Tben if one wants Jie popular ideastho various items that add beauty and delight to the homo lifein fact the best from bestknown walters youre certain of thorn here and- throughout our July edtng at ft price that stamps them as most desirable and a purchase along truly economical lines TEPHENSSc MITH t Mr M C Cheek of Fulton iis visiting in this city spendherI Fari The city is to extend water piles to the lUchmonti Bond Cotton Seed Oil planttDr Dabney wiil P achat the Christ tan Church next Jbmday The tilj bniiue 8 we know of ithat- can money without advertising iij the United States mint IvyCheekour city with MilVy DeUo Geo Threlkeld of near Poplar Grove was in town Wednesday- Miss Porter of Paragould ark iis visiting relatives in East llickamn this I week Creeu I Itt Bynum out of the oldest cUi I yearsliefof obion 1 1i lUan he use and IGci Vat l xuu returned trout Wingo Taeeday friendsfor KyStateformilitaryBnrers are paying 70 cents for wn +nt- at lIidmum and neighboring stations- and it looks like the price will ltuitg annul these figures tho rest of the ceasaurhe tdlLur tf the ourier desires toU express publicly his chunks and UPI roII givenbyNiunit Itiugtnae for nOM localizing on- ttIIit weeks Courier during his absence on I a trip to Tesw1 I The fxamiuation for uppointmentt i t to Siu college will be held at the I iII irt louse at IUckman Friday 11 lob Tbt eXiuuialtLiOIl will be cow- p 5IHIIDORAJI SMITH i iI Uo Supt III j I a andMrJaiiip 11arm11 a luII hot Charles heeler dtOlins to enter the race for Governor anti viii resume the pretiseof l win Paducah His represeutKentuckyI i s aid will bttaoalldidAte to succeed Senn tor Blnokburn Rev1 II Evans who rooontly came to the jHwUmno of the Fond Methodist thatch is reeeivin n cordial ooom- froul hw former roeiiibership stud old- frieudtl J Dr l1ltn5 has n host of friends ituong all the denominations and h- busi keen warmly received by all on ptpleJncksou Whig Rev W D Turnly of Fulton ws iu our city Tuescfny lie reported things tively at Fulton presenSuperintendent t cnndil1ncyforretnror State Mr Robert h Greene has announced 1 his clJdWacy for tlip Democratic noun nation for Mork of tbo Court of ApI peals lIe has been leputy in the otlie- osiJlo 1SS4 TanlgeKenrlJ is having tho Stain hill coding to the iron bridge airtan on dBphoin BBidod and the roa Miod A needed improvement tllt duly Party Editor Hickman Courier Maybe you would like to know how sOUle of yonr friends spent the fourth J U Barnes and fatuity S H Gon r and family A J Clnywoll and tami nly Mr JiotiRos and family and several whattIs- is ImowllUs WilsoJls O mp jn big slough- S or 9t mUoc south west of Hickman and had ni regnlnr picnic caught fish world wiU oUt und nUll after dinner was sery ed thoro was plonty for as many more OSEPAnTY u NEVER MORE INDEPENDENT The ncwpapers of the country were never more thoroughily inde pendent editorially and otherwise than they are today Of necessity they are commercial enterprises and as such thay are run on strict business principle The successful newspaper of to day is run along the same general lints as any other concern It is iticccssful because it has been built upon a solid foundation and has the confidence of its constituency All this t nimyrot about surrender of principle etc makes fair summer reading perhaps brit taken seriously1 it is weaker than pink lemonade at a ten cent circus Fourth Estate WOULD GO TO iJAIL If Inm convicted of libel I shallwillingly go to jail Ill not allow any one to pay my fine I wouldedit my ptIder iu the jail uml curry on my reform work ill- juH just the same Such was the statement made by Mrs Eliza Vest Heath editor of the Mam oueck N Y Democrat wino has been held in 2000 bail by- the authorities of Westchester uuty on the charge ofcruelly anti maliciously libeling Miss Anna Lynch a schoolteacher of amaroneck For more than a year rs- 1111th has been carrying on a cru de through her papers and by means of big posters on dead walls private letters and circulars against number of prominent men in Coil Mention with the public schools Mrs Heaths husband who isi Imanagel of one of the largest in- nporting houses in New York eiI- hmtty does not sympathize with her erasndc for she said H My husband says that he would- like to burn my papers but I told- him t that it was my duty andcall lug to continue the fight for good government purity and the non sectarian conduct of our schools Ms Heath has seven children schoolrClergymen editors and buisness mOil say that the evils which Mrs loath is so wrought up ovc al e- largely imaginary They accuse politicians ot working on her sympathies and inspiring her to- male thet crusade MARRIED Tho St Louis GlobePemocrat of July 2ud reports the marriage in that city of Mr Ed Jackson of Clinton K to hiss Nettle lung of Hickmiui bestdcounty we bestfatnilisCourier wishes the young couple n life of happiness and prosperity and every attendant blessing 500 ACRES WHEAT LAND i00 acres wheat land for rent apply fx RE DODDS iJJuoa- Ml AN EXCEPTIONAL WatcisSoapsEtc can he found at Swajnoa Drab Storeii U J r d fI 1 RY p 5 fs f cr 4 1r 1 1 rE f The Louisville and Nashville railroa- n resisting the assessment of the stat board of valuation of its property at 32000000 claims that its railroad lines and other property in this state could beroplaced at 24000000 The Government has more nouey at its command than it needs Jut high tariff advocates seem disposed to pursue a policy that will briug still wore in The Tariff Barons though will will get more thou the Government If the new state license law shout shnt the street fairs out of Kentucky it would be no great loss to the people The street fair business has been about worked to the limit It hurts rather than helps local trade except at thet lunch house saloons and soda water storesIn the increase of population and wealth Texas is as much of a as she is in regard to size In ten years 813187 people have been added and nearly 200000000 m wealth In th meantime she has taken good care als of her overwhelming Democratic ma jorityNine hundred and twentyseve million dollars for one session of con gress to appropriate is a pretty large Sam It means an expenditure of tlie people money at the rate of Sll per head nearly one half of the per capita circulation of the country This is a great and growing country it is true but reckless extravagance is a sure way to destroy prosperity By the passage of a bill on the last day of the recent session of congress the sum of 000000 will be distributed in North Carolina and Tennessee as pensions to Confederate veterans who deserted their army to fight with the Union forces Thisplau ofputting a pre mium on pertidy is a new Republican wrinkle that is not calculated to help that party at the polls this fall PLOW POINTS Take your Plow Points to George BUCK and have them sharpened two or 25 cents TilE WEST IS THE CUB APEST Not how chap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC is not as cheap as it is possible to sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If you read it all the year round you are posted on all the important and interesting affairs of the world It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains trot produce and those should be the distinguishing 1 traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all memlicrs of the family Subscription price SI a year AnyI newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo Cast Book Store iSplen lul Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BEUEXDES Co LITHOGRAPH WORK Litho Letter Heads Litho Note Heads Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can be done anywhere a- tCourier Office ATTENTION FARMERSI Swaynethe druggish has a fine grade of Machine oil at 40c per gallon JON RINGWOOD ae= =al rvt QQQ3lai Delstlsluiok s budeEas Hickman ii I I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and II Family SuppliesiI BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS I A SPECIALTY 1IGOQdS I 1Telephone1 Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of diges tion cry out for help by Dysptpsiaa pains Nauseo Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Suc troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle through and guaranteed to cure 25c at Cow gill Cowgill drug store MEMPHIS MUKMMi NEW After several vexatjns delays asp breakdowns the new tlcmphis Moruind News has overcome its obstacles and in now issuing a first class newspaper Its local news covers Memphis aud special correspondents in all the lem phis territory and gives the nows of this section Its telegraphic service is superb The Memphis Weekly News will appear May 28th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly dCOUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Hickman Kt July 7 1902 Council met in reglar session Present Mayor Dillon Councilmen Glaser Swayue Ledford Kirkpatrick Brevard and Beckmau Minutes of the last regular meeting were read and on motion approved and signed 1111 following accounts were pre seated properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordered issued for amounts Tom Dillon Jr Street pay roll S lei 10 Pay roll for work at Power House 81 25 Amt paid J W Mayes for lot No 140 in Old Hickmanir serving 2 notices COe look tor yound 75c 26 25 A C Holmes 700yTylerBal on 73eCoAmt credited on account of R TI Tyler for license 15 00 It102nTaxes collected 20 95 Fines collected 29 7U I hold Treasurers receipt for game 250 05 Toni Dillon Jr C M KRIOUT OF SUlT OK WATER AND IHJIIT PLAT FOK JGVK 1D02 Hal in Treasury June 1st 8 U2 70 Amt collected during lime 22K SK 821 OT Amt smidnut dnringTuiii MO IuI Hill inTrenSgryJaly 1st J76 47 Tom Dillon JrSnpt ITY TKKASimv KBIOKT FOR JUNK 1102 GEN FUND ACCOUNT To amount reed of II C Holm 61 75 c Torn Dillon lr 250 05 812 10 By Amt over drown last report 66 12 To checks paid in June 804 80 800 U3 Overdraft 4S 28 U1TYHALLACCT To bnl por Inst report i 116 48 lu unit paid in by H C Helm 23 76 140 23 By Chocks lima In luno Jj 35 Bal to credit this acct 128 88 No change in College Bond or K and W Bond acCt reportV C T Motion way made nnd carried that thncity put down pipes connecting the Richmond x Bond Cos plant with the Citys water main Motion was made and carried that the City move the Hose Cart louse now situated in Kentucky street between Moulton anti Carroll streets south on Kentucky Street between Moulton and Wellington Streets On motion Council adjourned H C Holm C C GREEN WIDOW A iiltimore widow has just lennned that the man she married n few days mightinnocently subjretforis doubtless a lie No widow sane or insane over made sucha blunder as that Ex- THE sSWEET SINGER DEDICATPD TO MFC JO JlltOWUI KLIA HKATY MCOEIIKK rarLiGeLighting up my way singerToAnd as I stand and listen Methinks soft angel wings gentlyAudic i As he sang so sweetly Never will leave theo alone Paths unseen before him But there is over near Whispering A pitying SaviourImidnightJesus And his heart so faithful Can never feel alone morayANever forsakes his children Bo they weak or blind Would that I my Saviour givenGolden To light my soul to Hoaven nt1lictionsIHe never will leave mo aloneJi carryCarryThis assurance 1ttithThou art in my care Oh may I meet that servant At Gods dear radiant throne C gloryHe The Best Liniment For Strains Mr F U Wells the merchant at Uerr Park Long Island F Ysaysrec omuieud Chauiberlsins Pain Halm as lmthe test liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in tho side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with tho quick relief and cure it effected ForSalo by Cow gill A Cowgill The fcuited Mine Workers of Ien tucky have pursued the only honorable conrsn in deciding not to sanction the calling of a sympathetic strike to aid the hard coal strikers of the East On April 1 the United Mine Workers en tered into a contract with the hell tacky coal operators to work the arras for a period of one year at a stipulated price Any effort to induce them to violate tho terms of that contract would be wholly dishonorable The mineworkers are to be congratulated upon putting from them such a proposition UtpttlsivoI Features mucldltmd jStu1llluddI mon among women IJlinllJSirIiit a c1isfiiUr1mrurSwInch treatireliverisOfHprbmeC96ulatethenlthy Lysiisuu Ill tOUHl SIKKPKICS VIA X0HIIE X OHIO K K atlfuiitjSturtthtckO H It r x COMMISSION KltS sue Fulton ircuit Court KQutticH i- iftoperBy virtue of n Judgment nnd orfler of Sale of Fulton Circuit Uourt ronderojt at the Mny Term thereof 1902 iin tlrft above cause for the sum of Slxteort Hundred and Thirty Seven DcdlnrS with interest at the rate of 6 par BeilU Iwr annum from the 8th c1uof May 1f02 until paid mud nil coate herein I shall proceed to offer for smile at thjB CourflIoDS door in Hickinn n Ky tft the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 1 Ith day of Jniy 111Q2 ttt 2 ndxrk pm or tl T rnbom Ueing County Court day upon n credit Six Months the followtiiK iitrlhcd I nrBrty u wit Init9 NIK 4 aud a anti i I undivided lutcretsl in lot Nu I K Known and designatedi by the QUIII utisMioiHTs report of the division of tho lands of H W ISusley reconlcd in C and P UiKk No 1 Pn RM S47 H6 mini 3iy in County Clerks oilier IxtRNo3v 4 and 5 together witn theto uudtidaI interest in Lot Ifo H being t oat73t acres or snllicient thereof to product the Hum of money so ordered to ho made For the purchat price tho purchaser with npprov tl uurely or securities must execute Bond IK aring Itfal interest from the lay of sale ttuW- 1paid and having the force and effect of x Judgment Bidders will bo prepared to comply iKomptly with those terms S D LUTEN Coinmhsionpr OIJlISSUSRllS hAU I I 1 I I Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky i W L Alexander Et al I Aga list Equity I Petition Kxpartee Uy virtue of a Judgment and Ordftr of Salt of Patton Circuit Court ret I dcrd1 at the May Term thereof 1002 I in the above cause for division anti fill I costs on the premises in Fulton County Ky herein 1 shall proceed to otTer forii sale to the highest bidder nt public auction on Saturday tho 2ith day of July 1002 nt 2 oclock p in or there about upon n credit Six Twolye i- Eihteeu Mouths the folio vinf lift JscnbtodJ JIQr nf Swtion 20 T 1 R 4 W cQ- Htutniuc 160 acres more or less lx undbdJUi- cv On thocrti byt l lltla v of W A Shuck on the buulh OV the lands of Mrs M T Alexanderl off Urn East by the Moscow and Troy Roan nu MrsiCurlN C For the punbase price the +hastT with approved surety or sacnritie must execute Bond hearing Iqgftl interest from the day of sule uutfT paid and having the force and eiroufe of a Judgment Bidders will he prepared to tonifltiWIIOSK WATCH IS IT Gtxi Carpenter Hickman Kyi We took n ladies gold wataJit from a man by the name of Hollier Vlien we nrrosted him here a fow days bIUld ho claimed it belonged to a yotnig lads in Ilicknmn See if you can IIDIlOil who it belongs to I have sninmln my possession Lt me know if teulfind out any thing Yours 13pp J N II A KRIS S- Mayllertjj me It Convention July IHf The oonvontion to nominnloft Oem canoe candidate for Judge of tfto Court of Appeals meets in Hieknmn SJiturdny JulyI 10 hear it in mind GQ out and vot your choice jj Joe W Hennott has sold tlip Clinton Democrat and MessrsGeorge F rind J R CaUott of Princeton will take control of the Democrat as publishers next January Both the Catletls areold and experienced newspaper mon having cjPnllnllnertrue blue democrats J It Oatlolt iisi now with the Tale of Two 01 tiellit Kddyville and inns brother is with the Princeton Lead- erCouRIER JOURNAL TIMES A WEEK 2 1 104 TIMES A YEAR Tho TWICEAWEEK COUUIKK publishedinfor ill readers It is the equal of man Dailies and the superior of nil SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to TUB HOME Sample copies sent AddressICOMPANYLouisville yk N Ct STf L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE H1CKMAN No 8 Leaves 20fi p m No 11 Leaves i 51p m No 5Ji Leaves irttknRlrL iEj iNo 4 Arrives t 1a0 p tn o 92 ArrIves f 7riJ u tu 0on Arrives t+ 840 D Ul C E EAKER General Grocer Powell Block Olintem Sv having purCi9 I r I s J J C llonohir t i p1 have ill olJ frip Frr hrm t 4iitl Choice Bargain GARUTHERS 1 BAKERY ANDI CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CXSAN CONFECTIONERIES RenHMiiUr you get blue tradiug stamps with every lOc cash porcha le CLINTON STREKt Hit KUAN KKNT TKV I l1lIt S inVr AR i TH W TE T r TH M Numallys Candies l ReigersCA- LIFORNIA p gRbUiI ES FOI SAXBJl BY Cowgill Sf CowgillI I DRUGGISTS REAL ESTATE DEALER A N U- I ATTORNEY A T LAw If you desire to buy or eli farms town lots StflIS- I Ollice on Clinton St Over Rice Sri Najlors- I IIhIDLNI K K XT rrK Y IXTKKCHAXflKAIllK WOO 3IIIK TICKET Are now being sold by the Nashville Chattaimooga L St Louis Railway do- erRailway und Steamer Lines in tie Southeast comprising more than iaK0 yearIfatya uparIttwelve months buy one off thwtP tfeVet Ti mrwill sovoinonny They are on fhat priiuip tickc oJIlces Where thy are not on sjih thov nifty lie ordered from Genera Offlcc through Ticket Agent W L DANLEY General Ilisiwntror Agent- Naombsille Tnr CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are her to stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in trying to please ym than w old riliahl barber It U CALUWKLI WiLl tOWEII 3TLOVISVNION STATION CAIRO W MERIDIAN MONTGOMERY HOBIIE JJACKSONVlUt NEW ORLEANS TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION UITY NorTh RoundF No 2 Leaves daily 11 flS n ll- lNo4 Leaves M 11 SI am 013 Lenses werLthsy mixed 13Q a in South Jtound No 1 Loaves daily 1O5 p in No 8 Loaves ti7 a in No 1 Loaves wk day mxd 800 n in- C S CLARKE foaml MaBtftr ST LOUIS C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL Miiie rAp to AetGiVavvrAReatl- Oe1LK ST Lon Suret Womans Life To have given up would have mean Dorehesy endureruntold misery froUl a severe lung trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak AH doc tors and remedies failed till I used 1 Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was completely cured to Sufferers front Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for iit never disappoints Cure is guaranteed- by Cowgill Cowgill Price OOc an 5100 Trial bottles free DRSK DAVIDSON JEn1istHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowcilli Oowgilla Urns store I FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Olinbox Srpe r I10Izazz KyI I 1 Absolute Safety IS the Basis Thin we offer to depositors Other inducement are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronaffc J A THOMPSON Cushier I IH BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS J1 C WKVIUJRAXT II ItCCIIAXAX J1 TIIOHPSOX JI C tHKBK It 3u ISIBIt J W A1KXAMUK U H Ill ItElIlI1h IIHTCI l IAN MARBLE WORKS J rr An I Ill J lSi TOM r L1ri t3ecra+ n toII C tC M recJ1 Marble and Ganito Monuments O TJ K D3 I OSJ G STON13 WORK of nil KiniUJ IRON FENCING c e ichrnan Sly u f VR WEBSTER I 11FINi i WSISKIES I i I 7rrN 3 1 BRHDISS AND GINS A SPECIALTY OF JUGPRAOEaII 1i IIVR YOU TiriC BI STJI I i MONEYiII UNION CITY aer 11i TENNESSEE rIi iI r8LtI ct Why Dont t 1 You Open i Your Eyes I Irr Yml tor selo1ling all kinds o- fFarnilyGroceries I at such rcducetl prices that it does prove that you ninki moinv to buy at CASH Prices This is not blow or inert talk but the real fact Talk to any number of juoplo our neighbors and ask them if I liavnt sold them more fora dollar than credit houses can afford to StUrhy do you want to pay your cash money to credit houses at credit prices to enable them to take the chances on giving credit to others This is the point I sell strictly for cashIto vorites hut Irive you more goods and as good quality for thee same money Dont doubt this and waste your money c lslrwhorcmbut come and see me and Test Prices 0 tsc I am agent for tin IRIS PAINTSS duirable paint made Guaranteed by Simmons rollisdMo 0CUE TtiRELKELD- zanHic Kentucky+0 J n f t c a s L I jI r IJ I cF Jp1 1I 1j 1S S 1 k- rt aF F J I s a y r CASTRO DEFEATED I Perolurioni ts Rout 3000 VenezA uelan Troops Near Barcelona Crcs dent Castro on the Way to Guan ta or Barcelona to Assume the Defensive Against Those in Revolt Will mstad Island of Curacao July J Prtsident Castro of Venezuela r t Caracas Sunday not for Valencia as isai i previously been announced but r La Guatra taking with him his private guard of 500 veteran soldiers and Gen Ferrer as chief of stau The pi sidant reached La Gualra at 5 jt lock In the auernocn and left there at midnight on the steamer Otsum his destination being Guanta or Barcelona about 160 miles east of La Gunlra He intends to reorganize the government forces at id about Barcelona and as sume the offensive against the revolu tionists at once Nobody at Caracas can explain this change in President Castros plans and the step taken Is considered to be as perilous as tho invasion 01 the Valencia district by tile main army of the revolutionists This force will be opposed by the government army under Gen Memllnzo CastilloLater in the day news reached here from Venezuela to the effect that 3 300 government troops under Gen Mo desto Castro the presidents brother were completely routed July 3 between Barcelona and Aragon by troops of the revolutionary army under tho com wand of Gen Rolando The govern ment forces lost all their ammunition and equipment and many of the sol diers deserted to the revolutionists during the engagement After the battle the revolutionary army moved on Barcelona and surrounded that city The Inhabitants were panicetrlckon the shops were closed and the streets barricadedCHAMBERLAIN HURT His Head Crashed Through the Win dow of His Coach I ondon July SAs Secretary Cham berlain was driving along Whitehall toward Charing Cross Monday morning on his way to the review of troops vrfccn near the Canadian arch the cab horse slipped and Chamberlain was thrown violently forward His head struck the glass window which was shattered to atoms With assistance the secretary alighted His head wan bleeding profusely A constable rail ed a cab and accompanied him to a aoetDTslnmee Secretary Chamberlain lmcl just left the house oU Commona when the mishap befell him Mrs Chamberlain remained at the hospital until a late hour The following bulletin was Issued Monday even ing from Charing Cross hospital Mr Chamberlain is suffering from a scalp wound on the forehead He is now free from pain and feeling comfortable There is no concussion DEADLY BOLT OF LIGHTNING Three Whites and Two Blacks Killed anTTwo Injured Offerman Ga July 8Three white men and two Negroes were killed and one white man and one Negro injured In a severe thunder and lightning storm here Monday The white men killed are M C Hawkins F B Stu der and A H Rymer of Alexander The names of the Negroes are not known The men were employed In the construction department of the Southern Bell Telephone Co and were stretching wires They were work ing in two sections about live miles apart Three white men were killed and one Injured In one section two Negroes killed and one injured in the other One lightning bolt killed the five and Injured the two- BULLETPROOF SHIELD Signor Benedettis Invention Success fully Tested Rome July SThe bulletproof shield invented by Signor Benedetti was successfully tested at Villa dOria Monday in the presence of the war minister Gen Count DI San Martino Maj John 2 Porter U S A of tho Judge advocate generals department Judge James E Smith of the supreme court of the Philippines and Capt Lewis H Strother of the 22d infantry who were the objects of special cour tesy j Death of Rev Geo J Johnson St Louis July S Rev George J Johnson for 59 years a Baptist mis sionary died here Monday aged 78 years At one period of his cares he was district secretary of tho Amer lean Baptist Publication society for the entire west afterwards becam- missionary secretary for tho United States He devoted many years of his life to traveling missionary worl throughout the United States Manager of the New York Team Baltimore July 8John J McGraw announced that he had signed withh Andrew Freedman to manage the New York National league baseball dub A majority of the stockholders of the Baltimore club met Monday evening and agreed to release him Worlds Bicycle Record Broken Plttsburg Pa July SAt the Colo aeon Monday night Howard Freeman broke the worlds bicycle record for 20 miles going the distance in 290S 45 as against Harry BIkes time o 2t19 ISENATOR BEVERIDGE Under No Circumstances Will He Be a Candidate For Vies President Indianapolis Ind July 8 Senator Albert J Bevcridge who was In Indianapolis Monday was asked about a Washington dispatch printed In a Chicago paper saying that the general opinion there seemed to be that Presi dent Roosevelt will be nominated by acclamation with some western man for vice president Bevcridge Spoon er of Wisconsin or Dolllver of Iowa preferredAs whether he would Be a randl date for vice president in 1S04 Sena tor Beverldge said- I will under no circumstances be come a candidate for vice president and at no time have I been considering the matter I am content with my work In the senate Senator Beveridge said he had heard his name used before in connection with the vice presidency but he repeated emphatically that he has no Idea of becoming a candidate- EXPLORER ANDRE Story to the Effect That He Was Kill ed By Natives Doubted Indianapolis Ind July SSergt Julius Frederick of the local weather bureau and who was a survivor of tho illfated Greely expedition to the North Pole does not place much faith in the story to the effect that Explorer Andre was killed by natives 300 miles north of the Hudson bay post He thinks the balloon must have landed farther to the north and in a place where there would be no danger from hostile Es quimaux When asked concerning the expedition in which he is to take part Sergt Frederick said It Is now prac tically certain that we shall start north next spring Arrangements have not yet been entirely completed but tho party will be entirely made up in tams for an early start THE BRITISH EMBASSY It Will Soon Be Transferred to Bar Harbor Washington July SThe British embassy will be transferred to Bar Harbor within the next few days where Percy Raikes and the staff of the em bassy have taken quarters for tle summer Advices received indicate that Sir Klchael Herbert the new Brit ish ambassador will come to Washing ton October 1 at which time the embassy staff will return to Washington Owing to the absence of President Rooeeveit and Secretary Hay from Washington it would not be possible Jpr Sir Michael to present his creden tials before October 1 and moroqyer yiere iis no liresont urgency in the affair between the governments requir ing his presence before autumn ROCKED THE BOAT It Capsized and Two cf the Four Young Boys Were Drowned Peoria III July SAbout 3 oclock Monday afternoon four young boys Frank Cannon Frank Case Wm Au and Joseph Blondell went out on the river in a rowboat Case disrobed and began rocking the boat Cannon who could not swim bogged him to desist which he refused to flo Finally the boat capsized and as the boys sprang into the water Cannon locked his arms about Cases neck and they both went to the bottom They did not appear again When found three hours later Cannons arms were still locked about Cases neck Aur and Blondell swam to the shore BIG POWER PLANT Options Along the Drainage Channel Below Joliet III Secured Joliet Ill July 8It was announced here Monday that a big syndicate of Chicago and eastern capitalists had secured options along the drainage channel below Joliet giving them riparian rights In the stream and that a milliondollars water power plant will be built this summer The site is regarded as one of the best in the country for the purpose There Is a fall of 21 feet between the upper dam and the site for the new one The syndicate expects to generate 12000 horse power It Is further announced that a number of new industries will enterpriseCensured Injunctions Clarksburg W Va July SW B Wilson secretary and treasurer of the United Mine Workers of America ad dressed 1500 people here in the ope house Monday evening He censured the federal and state courts for their injunctions Price of Corn Advances Chicago July 8July corn made an jumpeIng to 8H cents 7 cents above the close Thursday Bidding by shorts without sales was responsible for the rise Former Senator Dorsey Weds New York July SFormer Senato- WStephen Dorsey of Arkansas was BIgeflowJ Huntington After a tour of Euro pean cities Mr and Mrs Dorsey willI make their home at Los Angeles Cal Death of William Clarke Newark N J July SWord was received here Monday night that VII liam Clarke the thread manufacturer died Monday in England Mr Clark manufacturerfof thread ilathe world PROTECTIONS OTHER SIDE The Logical Ilrnult of LeKialiitlou ia tilt lutcrcnt of Vested Interest The protectionists never weary of telling how much they have done for the benefit of the farmers and laborers but the half bus never yet been told They have modestly said nothing about the real effects of the pro tective tariff upon the price of com modities consumed by the former and laborers Nor have they told tIlt truth about the effect upon wages of labor and prices of farm products The la borers are told that it is the tariff which keeps np their wages In fact the protective tariff has never acted to raise the wages of labor one cent On the contrary byjn meddlesome in terference with the most economical utilization of capital and labor protection hits made industry less produc live and in so much has reduced both wages and interest Meanwhile the Images of protected industries have grown enormously rich This would be an unavoidable result even with an honestly framed tariff law Butt is a notorious fact that our tariff laws have been framed in the secrecy of the committee room by the cot ton and woolen manufacturers sugar refiners wool growers and other specie interests The result has been the worst possible form of legalized robbery Iud the farmers and labor ers have had to pay the bill This is time logicall result of legislation of vest ed interests by vested interests and for vested interests But the fanners have been protect I ARE THE PEOPLE SO EASILY ed too Oh yew Duties have been I Ifi levied upon cuttle wheat corn oats and other products which are export largerquantities and never imported If the farmers could form a Inige trust and limit production they could force up the prices of agricultural products and get wealthy at the expense of all other a classes The tariff would then be a of protection from outside interference andwould make it easier to control the market just as the tariff on meat and animals helped the meat trust to it hold up the consumers of meat The farmers have never been able to form- a successful trust so the tariff as yet has not helped them any in forcing up the prices of food products in There is another result of the tariff however that affects the farmer directly as well as the laborers The protection granted to manufacturers if enables them to charge from 25 to 100 per cent more at home than abroad for the same commodities When the American farmer goes to market he is treated like a prince lie is privi leged to pay the United States steel trust 225 wholesale a keg for wire nails which are knocked down to the despised and impoverished foreigner i for SI 30 In the same way he pays 375 retail for a coil of barbed wire which the foreigner buys for about 220 lie pays twice the foreign price for axle grease twice as much for a f washboard 30 1per cent more for a shovel 175 per cent snore for sugar and CO per cent more for glass fruit jars When he buys a sewing machine for his wife he pays 50 for the same kind of machine that is sold the foreign purchaser for 17lWho will dare assert that the Amer icon farmer is not by protec raLion He is allowed to pay a great deal more than English German and Russian farmers for exactly the same goods This raises him far above the ignorant European peasants If there were no protective tariff it would cost the American farmer about onehalf as much to live as it now does This would be a great calamity for as llarnuni expressed it nothing delights the true American so much asto be humbugged Them present tariff has been pro tecting us for nearly six years and while trusts have grown fat and saucy the wool grower with the highest tar iff over exacted is not getting as much for his wool as tinder the lower Itariff of the rascally democrats Why I this is so is respect fully referred to the WoolGrowers Prot ctiveassocia non The balance of us who have to i buy the cheap wool clothing and find it is made of cotton and shoddy would like to see the allwoolandayard 1 monthRj without setting threadbare I LEGISLATIVE PATCHWORK The iippiue nm IB xothnir More or LCII Than n Wretched Fiasco The Philippine civil government bill as it emerged from the conference committee anti became a law is a pieew of legislate e patchwork far from creditable to the American con gross says the Chicago Chronicle Time two most important features are those which deal with the money of legislativebodypeopleAsprovisionforprovision for the gold standard are replaces by a paragraph which will en able the commission to jissue a subsidiary silver coinage leaving the Mexican silver dollar to take its chances as yearsItnfiserable makeshift It was necessary not only to the credit of the insular government but also of individuals anti corporations that a standard should be established and that it should be the gold standard The great boast of our republican statesmen has been that in the legis lation which they would perfect they would do by the people of the archi pelago immense good in a material way and would shower upon them such blessing of prosperity that they never more would think of independ ence but would leave to us as the benefactors so firmly that no force could ever wrench them away Yet the very first serious attempt to legislate for them is a wretched FOOLED benefited in that it fails to provide the important of all things for the development of the resources and the highest economic prosperity of the iis landsAs now constituted time Taft commission is pretty sound on the money question and it may take upon itself great deal of power under the grant authority to emit subsidiary coin In fact that is all that silver coin in the archipelago ought to be and all that time commissioners wish to be- They are likely to exercise their pow er pretty freely under the bill as they have done in the absence of any bill and they may exercise it beneficially this mutter however they may exercise it in other respects- As to the native legislative chamber the conference bill grants it only the islands remain peaceful for two years after n census has been taken This is equivalent to indefinite postponement because the time when the census shall be taken and the question whether the islands are peaceful are left entirely with the administration It follows therefore that time autocratic military regime is perpetuated indefinitely by deliberate act of con gross All the fine things that we have heard about the rights of the natives etc are mere chaff The bald fact underlying the whole matter is autocratic presidential rule practically irrespon sible with the commission as his nominally civil hand of velvet and the army as his one effective hand of iron with the people of the islands as subjects having no rights which the auto is bound to respect This bill is an interesting commentary upon the spectacular performance promised for the Fourth otJuly in the islands when officials of the war department say military control of the Philippines will cease absolutely and Gen ChaiTee will surrender his functions with great pomp and circum stanceThere are some Filipinos and ajgood many Americans who will not be greatly deceived by this stage play COMMENTS OF THE PRESS Steve Elkins vociferous de man for the immediate annexation of Cuba indicates that there nro un exampled facilities for the establish theITo show how independent the beef barons are and how little they fear the prosecution of President Uooscvelts attorney general time re port comes from Boston that a beet processetI packing houses 144 tirG CIIsC tiCn l 6ftd l3t G GiIft M t- G i STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Ir u o o t THE HUMAN BOMBIII I Received Probably Fatal Injuries Dur ing a j PerformanceII Louisville Ky July 3in the pres ence of 5000 spectators witnessing an open air performance of the Last Days of Pompeii on the common opposite i Churchill Downs Wednesday night James Dull known as the Ha man Bomb received Injuries which will probably result In his death It I Is Duns part of the performance to be hurled high in the air by a bomb which explodes releasing a parachute by which the performer returns to earth Wednesday night the bomb was shot Into the air as usual but when It reached its greatest height it failed to explode and started to tho earth j i with the victim unable to release himself As the missile was within 100 feet of the ground It suddenly exploded and to the horror of the specta tors Dull was dashed to the earth and the performance brought to a close When the victim was picked up It was found that his back was broken Ho was taken to the city hospital Louisville Ky July ILeo 1 Stevens tho Human Bomb the i young aeronaut who had such a terrible I t J fall Wednesday died In tho 0031i j pltal Thursday Now York July 4Mrs LeoiI i Stevens the wife of the aeronaut said Thursday night that It was not her I husband who was killed by a fall while making an ascent at Louisville Thn man killed she said was Frank Dorl an employe of her husband who lived In this city- PRISON OFFICERS The State Prison Commission Named Them Thursday Night t1 I Frankfort Ky July 4The state prison commission Thursday night elected penitentiary officials for the ensuing year as follows Frankfort PrisonWarden E T Lll lard deputy J H Punch reelected clerk J D Kennedy of Qvvensboro succeeding G H Stone physician H L Tobin engineer K E Gaines reelected Eddyvlllo Prison Warden Henry Hagerman of Bowling Green succeel Ing Henry Smith deputy Jesse Olive clerk Geo Catlett engineer J P Deft reelected t j The commission held up the election I of chaplain at the two prisons The charge has been preferred against one of the applicants for appointment Rev S C Pete of Union county that dur ing the Goobel campaign of 1899 he permitted a brother minister of tho Gospel to occupy his pulpit and urge the defeat of Mr Goebel Tho charge Is being Investigated GOV BECKHAM Reported He Will Make the Race for a Renomination Lexington Ky July 5Council man John Sham of this city Is authority for the statement that Gov Beckham will malt the race for re nomination for governor and favors primary elections Councilman Skain says he had a talk with Gov Beckham Thursday during which conversation Gov Beckham avowed in unmistaka blo language that he was a candidate for reelection WAS STEALING A RIDE Boy Who Was Swinging on a Colts Tail Kicked to Death Burgln Ky July 7Ernst a 10 yearold Negro boy employed on the stock farm of Forsythe Chinn was kicked to death while trying to steal a ride by hanging on a colts tall The boy narrowly escaped burning to death not long ago He set fire to a bed and tried to hide himself under the flaming covers Ernst made his home with the family of Fred Forsythe Metropolis Protest Paducah Ky July 5The authori ties at Metropolis Ill 12 miles below here are objecting because the un licensed dogs killed here are thrown Into the Ohio river and float down past that city It Is claimed that the dead dogs endanger the sanitary condition of Metropolis Sixty dogs were pilled last Friday and 40 Wednesday Mayor Yeiser of this city has ordered the killing stopped To Construct a Pipe Line Lexington Ky July 7At a meet Ing of representatives ot eight companies interested in the Bath countv Kentucky oil fields 30000 was subscribed to construct a pipe line from Ragland to the Chesapeake Ohio railroad This will when completed put on the market about Uvi barrels of oil dally The pipe line will be completed before October To the Coal Fields Livingstone Ky July 7 Contrac tors are here bidding on the construe tion of a six mile road from Brush dl1visionI In Jackson county where there Is ji large acreage of coal land aII Ij Former Covington Man Dies i ew York July 7Cecil Hastlngs1I I i newspaper man died home In Union street Brooklyn Hej1 was born 40 years ago In Coviastoa Ky Isis lather was s Episcopal raJa ster it KENTUCKY BAR ASSOCIATION The First Annual Convention Closed With a Banquet Lexington Ky July 4The first annual convention of the Kentucky Bar Association closed with a ban quet Thursday night The following officers were elected President C N McElvoy Bowling Green Vice President Joo Campbell Paducah J M Galloway Bowling Green John S Kelley Bardstown F P Strauss Louisville D S Thornton Versailles S D Rowe Covlngton L Apperson Mt Sterling Secretary B Flexner Louisville treasurer Kennedy Helm Louisville executive committee W C Hall Covington L McQuown Bowling Green M Derman Hender son W O Harris Louisville R A2 Thorton Lexington THE FRANCHISE TAX Temporary Restraining Order In Favor of the L N Railway Frankfort Ky July 4Judge Coch ran of the United States circuit court has issued a temporary restraining order in favor of the Louisville fi- i Nashville Railroad Co against the Kentucky board of Valuation and as sessment to prevent the collection ot 32099 of the franchise tax bill of 51180 assessed against the road for last year The railroad company claimed that the assessment was excessive Judge Cochran has notified Attorney Gen oral Pratt and the lawyers for tho railroad company that he will hear the petition for the permanent restrain ing order October 7 at Covington Ky LIVED LONG ENOUGH Aged Kentuckian Made a Desperate Effort to Kill Himself Mt Sterling Ky July 7J W Fas sott aged 72 at his homo near Flat creek seven miles from here arose from bed took his buggy blanket and went to the orchard whore he lay down and alter taking three grains of morphine drove a dlfk knife into his left side just under his heart with a hatchet He was found by his son who pulled the dirk from his breast and removed him to the house whero he is bleeding Inwardly to death He gave as an oxcuse for the attempt that he had lived long enough and his children ought to have what property ho possessed If 0 t1 JUMPED INTO A MORTAR BED The Boy Was So Badly Burned That He Died Louisville Ky July 7lnor Bray the 10yearold son of W M Bray an employ of the TirneySllberg Co met with a terrible accident last Wednes day which caused his deatn Sunday The boy was playing at his fathers house at Reservoir Park and In jump ing landed in a deep mortar bed Be foe he could be pulled out he received burns which proved fatal Good Place For Nelson Lexington Ky July IMaj Jamea P Nelson of this city assistant engi neer of the C O railroad for a num her of years has accepted the position of chief engineer of the Richmond Fredericksburg Potomac railroad connecting Richmond Va and Wash ington This road Is preparing to dou ble Its tracks to Washington and Maj Nelson will have charge of the job Ten Thousand a Year Lexington Ky July 4Albert M Harrison one of the best known dem ocrats In Middle Kentucky has been appointed a revenue agent for Kentucky His duty Is along special lines and It is estimated that his first years compensation will be 10000 or more Harrison was for 14 years auditors agent in this county Children Swept Away Wllllamsburg Ky July 1TwiJ small boys the children of Anna Lee were drowned in the eastern part Ot3 this county by a cloudburst They had been sent out by their mother to drive the cows home When the rain came up they took shelter In a small shed which was washed away Covington Damaged By a Storm Covington Ky July 7The storm did considerable damage In Covlngton Sunday afternoon Several buildings were struck by lightning among them St Marys cathedral the roof of which was struck In two places Will Remove to Galesburg Lexington Ky July 7C W Wil liams known to fame for the kite shaped track as well as for the trot ting stars Axtel and Allerton will maKe his annual stud removal to Galesburg Ill on Tuesday Two Drowned at Loulsviiie Louisville Ky July 5John Kre mer a cooper living on Payne avenue went bathlxO in a pond near the oM Kentucky distillery Friday and was drowned A Vcnnor was drowned In river His skiff was capsized by Ithe waves of an outgoing steamer ShotsI Lewis plat 1rrm at Ilscy with Jas Robinson he hot at Robinson through a car win Jwt Robinson replied with a shot gun wbkh ridded Samples sires I LVI I I R 1 A 1i 0 F I 1 1 i t 1i i i t i 1 4t i 4i i 1 f I 1 1 LIFES UNCERTAINTY I PProuses Sermon by the Uhbnn and lly say Puncher In lvblch lie Drnnt 1lanllortRntRecent I cntsrCopyright 1D02 by A N Kellogg Newsii paper Co Chicago July C 1JW2 1 Text Co to now yc that say Today or tomorrow we will go Into such a city and continue there a year and buy and eUtand get gain whereas ye know not what yourlateawayFortve shall live and do this or thatJame41315 Ot to XowOut on the western I ranges where the cowboy reigns supreme and the cattle roam almost atIwill the swish of the lariat is heard as it uncoils in the air in sure pursuit of the animal which iis rushing on whither it kuoweth not but still goes ruling on until the tightening j lengths of the rope bring the heedless I creature to its knees while the sin ewy tough little pony by the firmly planted forefeet and quivering I haunches says as plainly as words could speako to now As the world goes rushing madly on whither it knoweth not but on on on making its plans for weeks and months a udI years to come heedless of lime and of eternity James with his arm nerved by the truth of God throws out the lariat of Gods Word and seeks toij i bring the world up with the quick vibrant tones of Go to now Would jii- to God that its coils would tighten around your heart my friend and hold you long enough fur you to drink j in the message which he proceeds to deliver He would drag you from the i swift uncertain current of muntt wrought schemes and plans andIwrecked purposes and desires and plant your feet on the more sure 1 ground of Gods plans and purposes for you and for the world about you As the bottle dropped from the w esii Fcls side is tossed hither and thither by the eerrestless waves and brings up uncertainly in an unlookedfor nndtunexpected quarter so the one who seeks to navigate the unknown sea of life without chart and compass from God finally strands on an un known shore and what a moment be 0fsunshine Iis found to be the grmtt irr sands of bitter disappointment if- 111t the adamantine rock of eternal darkness Man if he would sail SIIet1 cwjsfully and surely and reach p01ttJ at last must let the hand of God slocr his bark Go to NOW Across the rippling waves which are kissing the sides of aurMm Jtrhltipilthi1tLtheasunligh plays in the swelling rigging and ou hearts beat a merry tune come the warning worclsJWhy so we shout back as our boat speeds on its waytBecause the storm and the ro lscare just ahead quickly comes badC the reply Our eye sweeps the vast fexpanse ufJ the blue heavens not a cloud in sightsThe soft breeze fans our cheeks and whispers ota safe journey and a har bor head- With Eclfcomplaccncy and inward confidence which is fed by the Present moment of favorable conditionsdwe turn with smiling face to the meshSenger following in our wake and shout This snip is bound for such and such a city Our plans were all most surely laid before we left port yester morn Thus far we haeJcome upon our journey and the signs ire all most auspicious In the city at which we feel confident of arriving wt shall continue for 1 year and buy and sell and get gain And at thJthought we crowd on all the canvas anti go bounding forth while our impatient heart speeds on ahead in hoptjj ful anticipation With desperate cry the voice behind pleads Ye know not what shall be on the morrow For what is your life It iis even a vapor that appcareth COrat little time and then vanishcth nwnyf With some uneasiness of conscience fur the words have si ruck home we turn to time worldlywise about us and stop our ears with their counsel and advice On on wtv go with the full J confidence of time favorable present while the warning cry of Gods mes senger grows faint and fainter in theJJ distance Aha we have outsailed ourII uncomfortable friend The sun still j shinesY the soft breezes con tintt uc to blow nm1mlr bark cutting the waves will soon be at the promised haven With ourt ship laden with the rich spoil of the years sojourn in the city we will ret1 turn and demonstrate time fallacy of the needless warning nut while we are thus reasoning in our hearts suddenly the heavens dark en with the rushing clouds of alhert sity the lashing waves catch our nowI fragile ship and carry it on whither we would not have it go Ah how impotent t are human strength and skill now With frantic endeavor we haul II in all sail and lashing ourselves to the wheel endeavor to steady the ship in her mad careening 1t The wind shrieks around our head as if alt the imps of darkness were let loose in their fury Their voices cast in mad glee in our teeth the warning ire had heard during the fair and 1t premising weather Go tu now rrye know not what shall be on the 1or row Alas it is too late now nleI relentless storm of our own selfseek i ing and human wisdom is about us i the rocks tre just ahead The next mighty wave catches our helpless ship of human plans and dashing it upon the rock grinds it to pieces Time roll ing waters cover the wreckage of slid trreil purposes and perhaps wlenn11 i tbtlesEoc James would II more often we dont but continue to seek our own way and gratify our own desires lad yet God in patience and love continues to cry Go to now MenMade Plans What Shall not man make plans then Would you misapply to your own destruction the Scriptural admonition to take no thought for the morrow Would you live in the present as to bear no responsibility in thought or deed towards the future Newer Nothing is farther from Gods thoughts or more contrary to the spirit of Gods Word God wants us to plan but not apart from Him but with Him For yo ought to soy If the Lord will we shall live and do this or that Here are the teeming millions of the earth the multitude of nations the busy centers of industry and activity which stud the earth like the stars of heaven weaving the uncertain and perishable pattern of human plan and endeavor while God looks on and at the confusion and discord and destruction wrought As one mind in the great silk mill must de sign the pattern and direct the forces which are appointed to work it out in Its perfect beauty so God in His in finite wisdom has planned forman and would help him in working out the perfect patern But man in his blind willfulness sweats and groans and struggles under the burden of life andsoils and mars the pattern and when disappointment and failure come bitterness of heart settles down upon the life if not selfinflicted death which is the full fruition of the sorrow of the world Lot made plans which led him right into the heart of the life and activity of Sodom He came to be a great man in the city and succeeded in piling up uchlit its wealth coon his own fire side but white resting in the satisfac lion of his own substance and his own security while his daughters rented in the atmosphere of prosperit of that wicked city were wedded to Sod omites and to the sin which Inter wrought their destruction while Lotus seemingly successfully working out his own plans the fire of Gods wrath fell nnd licked up the city and its iniquity and Lot bnrely escaped with his life And Abraham away back there on the hillside as he gazed the burning city realized as never before that to follow God and plan with Him moant security and satiety nod certain success urn the days that were before the 001 they were voting and drinking marrying and giving in marriage un il the day that Noe entered into nrk and knew not until the flood theI took them all AWRY that man plnns would fall like n house of cards before the onmoving plans of God For 100 years Noah preached on one text and while he warned the peo pie of time coming flood they made it irll nSNth cyLuiltaythGirinuses M gayrweddings and perhaps when they had nothing else to occupy their time they went around to see how Noah was get ting along with his foot ark as they it and joked him about his old J notions of Gods wrath and the certain punishment of sin just as to the world is outgrowing the good oldfashioned Gospel of hellfire and- alvation alone through the blood of Jesus Christ and turning to a man- made gospel of the Fatherhood of Gorf and the brotherhood of man which robs God of His righteousness nnd man of true fellowship But to ay Noah is with the redeemed in eaven because He planned with God while those who woultlnnt hear His voice but planned after the devices of their own hearts suffered the judg of God and perished Friend are you planning apart from God Are you saying Today or tomorrow I will go into such a city and continue there for a season and buoy sell and get gain Aye that we night awaken you to a sense of the uncertainties of life by unrolling be fore you the solemn panorama of the record of man which God gives us in His faithful Word From Adam to the days of Noah man turning from the certainties of God to the uncertain ties of life and miserably perishing the time of the flood until the confusion of tongues at the tower of Babell man building for himself and meeting contemptible defeat as he is scattered in confusion over the earth from time time of the founding of the Jewish nation until the comiTTg of the Christ man itt the pride of his own heart serving self anti making unto himself strange gods and so writing final failure for the human race across the heavens And in all this we find set forth the one great fact of the uncertainty man and time uncertainty of life And on time other hand in bright and cheerful contrast we read certainty of Go lns in final trio umph He places over mans failure His Christ and His cross and lifts the gaze of man from earth to Heaven from the uncertainty of the things of time to the certainty of things not seen eter nal in the Heavens From time days when the waters of the mighty land rolled themselves over the inhabited world down through the ages to the present of Mont Pelees thundering we read this message to the world The uncertainty of life As the world reads the story of the perishing of thousands in n moment of time and a prosperous city with its massive buildings leveled with one mighty awful burst of nature will it not learn the lesson of time hour and realize the uncertainty of life and the certainty of God and lls promises Heaven and earth shall pass away but My words shall not pass away Again there breaks upon the eyes sovereignplans for a magnificent ceremonial crowning and invites the nations of limp earth to share in the glories of the occasion Her weeks and months the forces of the empire have been concentrated to make the event one of preparations very eve streetshadguests of the nation nnd a mockcere mony was gone through with that waitingplay it well and then suddenly there breaks on the ear of the world the sad news from London Sickness lays the great king low and his coronation is off The mute crowds in the streets of London see the magnificent decora tions removed hear the sound of the hammer and the saw as the miles and miles of grand stand are removed be hold the special coronation ambassa dors depart to their respective coun tries The sound of the grating key in the doors of Westminster abbey rasps on the ears as the vast audi torium which was to have been the scene of the crowning is closed The powerful fleet of majestic battleships hotelmencurunce companies face a heavy loss instead of the harvest of golden coins London is left in her gloom The world reads the sod story but will it learn the lesson As you read the story the shock of the distressing calamity bears in upon your soul and makes you think for the moment but will you learn the lesson Listen to the voice of God Ye know not whit shall be on the morrow For what iis your life It is even n vapor that np peareth for a little time and then vanUheth away All the kings pow r and all the kings wealth all his influence all the wisdom of his statesmen all the skill of his physicians all the devotion ore his subjects all the strength of army noel navy all the sympathy of the na tions of the earth cannot stay the march of the disease that places thc monarch on a bed instead of in the waiting coronation chair Can you behold such n spectacle can you thus stand before such impotency and weak ness and turn with untouched heart from the message of God as He den Glares that your life is but a vapor that appetircth for a little time and then vanisheth away Can you stand before that silent ruin of St Pierre with its crumbled walls and buildings and its pall of volcanic dust covering the crushed anti blackened bodies of thousands upon thousands of strong men and fair women and lite tie children and be unmoved by the uncertainty of life Again hear God speak Boost not thyself of tomor row for thou knowest not what a days may bring forth jIn this modern day in which you and I live the island of the sea lots thun dered forth a message which has echoed throughout the world telling Ith d tPlhl t lonovap certainty of life The nations repre sentatives have gathered while the warning of Mont Pelee was still ring ing in their ears and have stood bowed before the sick bed of a king instead of paying him homage as he sat with a magnificent crown upon his head in the coronation chair and have turned away realizing how powerless and weak the human arm is and that life is indeed but a vapor that appcareth for a little time and then vanisheth away In the name of the Lord who loves you with a love unspeakable learn the lesson of time hour before it is too late and RuT your life into the latter thought of our tcxtUH the Lord will we shall live and do this or that Planning With Godlt is a blessed thought full of inspiration andcomfort that in Christ Jesus we become linked with God in a copartnership relation which it is our privilege to realize in the everyday affairs of the home the shop the office the profession every where and wherever God has set our feet and called us to labor If we are kept by the power of God and realize it we can serve and plan with an eye single to His glor and know that come what may we are in the hollow of the hand of the Almighty God aud nothing can remove us Misfortune may rob us of every earthly possession but we are still rich in Him and heir to the wealth of Heaven Calamity may come and the fire of a Mont Pelee may en wrap us but it is only to be set free from the prison house of this body and to be forever with the Lord Sickness may come or cruel accident and lay us low upon our beds but again we can sing that we are more than conquer ors through Him that loved us and gave Himself for us and can make the sick bed and the racked body sure stepping stones to the carrying out of the plans we have made with God Oh it is blessed indeed b3 the will of God to do this or that if we live It is a weary struggle to plan and workalone No wonder we hearon every hand the discouraged cry Is life worth liv ing Apart from God it iis not It is a we ary uncertain struggle here and darkness beyond the grave But with God as the active agent ruling in and over our lives the earthly walk becomes one of victory for we run not as uncertainly we fight not as one that beatcth the air The pattern of life we weave as wo plan with God bears tho impress of leaven and we work not uncertainty as do those who work apart from God We may work in the darksome times we may not be able to see how our feeble effort is to become part of a perfect whole But looking above for the pattern EO weaver has need to fear Only HeaventheperfectIf be foreverandHis andhisAnd hturnedHe itshallAnd lIeavelltobearAnd lIoldenJ w ri UNIQUE PLAYGROUND INDOORS Chicago Department Store Kntnb- Halici A ina cm cut Spot iu Its IluildinK for Children A unique and attractive playground has been established at one of Chica gos large department stores It ia on the third floor and lib already become popular with the little ones who accompany their parents on shopping tours In the background in a model summer cottage and before it are gravel walks stretches of grass and a miniature lake Towering over all are leafy branches of trees while around the roots are entwined vines and shrubbery Everything is natural just as one would find it in the country- A matron it in charge and looks after time children while they play in the white sandpile or build castles with the aid of shovels rakes and wheelbnr rows Swings hammocks and baby jumpers too afford the little fellows fun Underneath the rustic bridge iover the lake gold fish frogs and turtles are found The playground comprises more than 500 feet square anti is Inclosed by a picket fence Out side of the cottage everything is ar ranged ft though it were real outdoor ate Trees are arranged so as to form a grove and here and there are benches and rustic lawn furniture On one side of the lake is a fishing outfit just as a careless fisherman would leave It The rOll is against an overhanging branch while the line dangles in the water Nearby is a lunchbox guarded by a faithful water spaniel It is a summer scene typical of some quiet country spot Even the older persons take advantage of the retreat and lounge around under the branches watching the children at play It of fers many suggestions In the way of comforts on an outing RECRUITS FROM IDLE MINERS Xnvy Department Improved the Cons Strike to Secure Needed Men for the Service The navy department has taken advantage of the strike in the coat region of Pennsylvania to obtain men for the navy UI 7n the recom mendation of Itunr Admiral Taylor rltIefof time bureau of navigation Secretary Bloody has directed n re ruiting oflicer to visit the several points v mere the miners are not at work and enlist ablebodied men of average intelligence who are willing to go to sea This officer Lieut J P Han is atr WilkCKbarre and will go to Dan rille YiHiamsport Lewisburg Sun bury Harrisburg Lebanon Reading AUentoxvh Uethiehein Easton Jtaach JJwnk t 1 sad Iiaale II 111 tifT TIle middle and far western states are also being scoured for men Lieut It D Hasbrouck will enlist men At Louisville Cincinnati Dayton Springfield Columbus Cleveland Snndusky Toledo Detroit Saginaw Grand Rapids Fort Wayne and In Jianapo5s Lieut W L Littlcficld iis now making a tour of Minnesota North and South Dakota Iowa Illinois Missouri Kansas Oklahoma Arkansas mid Tennessee Lieut J P Mortoif is under in ructions to establish recruiting sta tions in New Mexico Texas Colorado ind Arizona 0 The navy department is making extraordinary efforts to get recruits in order to fill the vacancies existing in the enlisted force of the navy and to obtain sufficient men to man the ships which will be 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I 1 II rat i J t t 1 r I t f I 1tl j f 1 tl tl1i ii i j r THEN AND NOW A crumbling fort ocrlooks the plainhWhere Iron hall and leaden rain With thunder of artillery Once wrought wars worltof misery Yet over me while musing there Such calm was brooding and the air From breath of roses was so sweet 1 thought of swords to plowshares wat- Klne were seen grazing without feat Over the sloping greensward near And resting when the noon had come Ncath oaks that faced the cannons boom Which crimsoned many a trampled clod Now daisies fleck with IloHbat sod While white doves coo unharmed with e Redoubts reared for the battles din Grim parapets no longer frown Upon a pent beleaguered town mightAnd site Sweet homes with cornel lawns are sec Crowning historic heights serene apartVtom hertntodar nrch1IutWhile on that day of all the beat bhtstToOld fete now friends in vows of peace In seeTypebltterlYwoeIsThouIts YhetherClaim their due share of votive boom Often as doth the Mnyiim come W E Bolt in Sprlnglleld Mass Re publicanWHALE HUNTING I I By MARK SULLIVAN I was a Norwegian but his sea HEI rijflibh was as good as the king I lie wus big and muscular with a rare combination of weight and wiriness His face aud eyes were tern enoug when he shouted orders from the bridge but when playing the host iin his cabin as merry ns a Santa Claus without the whiskers Ills skin was tanned by the salt spray and burned by the sun of every degree of latitude where ships have ever been He ha caught whales in every sea from Ui Persian gulf to Baffins bay and a few years ago he abandoned the old wn of New Bedford and all romance j threeyearlong round the world cruise in a sailing vessel to try th adaptation of steam to whaling For the big brick oven on the deck to bo l the blubber which all remember wit know The Cruise of the Cachalot he substituted a permanent factory for refining the oil located on the nort ern shore Newfoundland From this he steamed out to thewhaling ground- each morning and back at night rare ly without a prize For the old method of throwing a harpoon by hand from small boat he substituted hnrpoo- gun from the bow of his whaler an with these improvements conducted business that will soon make the ftt whalereaagobsolete I lay in his spare bunk across the narrow robin from hiown an l dropped to sleep ns he finished a tale strangely like Kiplings Three Seal t ors of a fight between rival crews for n dead whale in the Okhotsk sea Only a minute later it seemed I bumpe- my d headagainst the top of the bull to the quick awakening of an Norwegian craft cry from the top o the companionway Thecaptain leaee- from his bunk He waited not for shoesnor for other clothes than those heselpt in but bounded up the Steps shouting orders as he ran While I dressed I could feel the quickstopping the short advances and retreats of the engines and I knew we were stalking game When I reached the deck thJ captain had one hand on the gun winging it about on its pivot Wit j the other he was making signals to tIle engineer to stop to go foward a little or to go back Following his eyes I ought sight of oar game It looks like a huge cigarshaped piece of smooth shiny slatecolored India rub7 ber rising at regular intervals so that four or five feet of his diameter and 40 feet of his length showed like a moun on the smooth water With alternate rising and flipping he was glidin smoothly forward without apparent exertion but with tremendous spee and in a perfectly straight line e were approaching him from behind a an angle 50 that his course and ours were the sides of a V platformInof his cannon the course of the whale was the personification of afertnes- The crew were grouped behind him a 5 eager and expectant as if they ha never caught a whale before One of them touched me on the shoulder an pointer silently a mile away where dozen other whales were sponting fin columns of vapor When I fume J again to our whale he had risen one more and we were within SO feet o him Every person on the ship was ii- a in state of tiptoe alertness Suddenly came the crash of the gun I saw a hid gnus red zigzag gash on the broad sid of the whale I heard the rumbling roar of the time bomb at the point of the harpoon exploding in the whale s vitals On deck there was a convulsive deliriumquarry was shrieking shrill staccato orders The crew were leaping to their posts Suddenly I felt the bow of the vessel give a jerk beneath me then dipThe ward The rope attached to the liar pooh shot over the bow no fast that the eye couldnot follow where ittouche d kerosea boyV top It hummed and buzzed with the noise of a flying locomotive Coal after cull of tope leaped into noth potsGraduallyIseW bile had 103Jicd bottom The captain signaled to back the ship lear he should come up afoul of the propel er The rope floated dad on tbs water There was a minute or two of rigsinhbyblubberup up up till he tpwered full 15 feet ubve the rail I jumped back in gtnviSne fear that he would topple over on the deck Then he turned a somersault with a splash and drenched us nil1 He rose again churning the water white Elnppedtheclap at our vtiy toes He turned round and round wrapping the rope about rihis huge body then shot straight for ward on the surface skipping from ware to wave like u swallow He reached the end of MB slack rope with a1 jerk that shook the ship from stein to stern There was an instant tug of war between the whale and the re versed engines Then the whale won and for a minute pulled the vessel forward with him Again the windlass whirred and speedFar+ rope the whale churned and lashed tIlt water and blew big blasts of hoi vapor The crew saw the end and relaxed theiri tenseness They gave him half an hour or so to end his convulsions Then the captain shouted the order to wind in the rope As the whole felt the pull he gave one feeble dying jump The men stopped I pullinbody floated belly upward just off the bow They lowered a boat parsed a chain about the narrow circumference where the tan widens and grappled him to the side of the vessel I couldtItsee a dozen quarreling porpoi e eat ing the tongue of the monster that had been an hour before alive and to scaeu caphgore a sigh and n smile of convent anti leaned over the sills to mearurt Iwith his eye the size of his prize The crew busied themselves with loading the harpoon gun again and putting things in order morndtheemeal when we came on deck again triady rtedayforalofteto his bridge to watch with his glass winditindeednmake bud fishing Not that the whelps went in out of the wet as an irreverent landshmen there was scarce a time when we withinsa fivemile radius Often when we were not prepared for them they theapastnneverdidlyastrirnminRy fnssns it they had important business somewhere on the coast of Sweden foldthem readily the eye and see them rising and dipping at regular in tervals Farther ofT milestones of their course were their blows It tIf the one conspicuous mammal charac expatriatedkwho has chosen the cn llwironment oncefasdtaking breath blowing a 20foot high pillar of white vapor into the air it is this mark of the beast and of the beasts natural habitat that betrays him to his enemies Late in the afternoon the captain on the bridge swept the sea with his bloweHe glanced at the sinking sun and tohthe harbor He dropped his glasses and gore a quiet order that meant the days work was done The deck was put in order and the stocky little whaler with her trophies grappled close to her side set her bow towards the mainland It was not for the want of fish that we had fishermans luck nodlarger than a tugboat The heavy sea rimgbasetas the whalers bow was difficult busi captaind andtas it took an hour or two to reload the gun and prepare the harpoon and bomb it was two oclock in the after noon before we got our second prize The process was in all respects like the vtasthesamefreazyofFexcitement aboard tbe ship The one satiateddthe one instinct that ill never satisfied ofdrepetition dulls is it seems the in primitiveeman it was the first law of his being and like the whales breathing it changedfenvironment The captain slowly pnced the bridge profoundetold me that his individual share in the days catch would be a successful lawyers income for a week Boston Transcript Advice Wanted Young inIcame to ask you for the hand of your daughter sir Old Man the father of seven Which one of my daughtos young wan Thats another thing I wanted to ask you Now as a friend which ono would you advise me to tnkeCbi- c go Daily News Itnniu In the Irocen ion ClaraDear Isabel you are at host a successful artist Isabel Oh Clara I dont feel my self u success Ive juEt moved up a I little because a lot of older Yret hove got tired soil quit EtTugglerII I IPUZZLE PICTURE WHO IS ITt Cut out the piece and prate together MO ns to form tbe portrait of a I editorIHIS DYING REVENGE Worst Tiling lie Could Do to Former Itlvnl WIIH to Ilnvc hint Marry HIM Widow You know Jack Clancy No Well listen vow and Ill tell you how he went to the saints said the quarry superintendent according to the New York Tribune ttHe was a line big man well liked by the boys He had a good time living barring an occasional experi ence at home and when he died everybody regretted it except perhaps his wife Mrs Honoriah Kmmeline Clancy who was Mis Norah Emma Brody be fore she took up with Clancy Twas a great courtship but Clancy won out in the end and money changed hands on the outcome Clancy lived five years after hijmarriage but no manor woman ever heard him complain One day Clancy crept back to see why a fuse hadnt reached and a rock caved his ribs in The doctor told him he had to die and he took it without a minute Red Shaughneey to him lied told me afterward how it went RedsaId he weak as a kitten but smiling Im goin to doi Tack said Red ye are Red said Clancy yeve alms been me best frind Will ye promise m thins that yell Qo icr mr e Im gone Thot 1 will answered Shaughnec py with a weep in his voicer nl1ingthutsRed Do ye moind Tim Crinnian Him do 1ftid Red Hefput the dirthy w urrd av spite upon mewhin ye took from him the prisint Mng Clancy and married her He did thot fledsaid Clancy weaker and weaker Norah js visit in her rich conthractin brother in the city now and perhaps tis betther so Red I said no word nor did I aven the score when Crinnian put tile dirthy word av spite upon me Ye may hOT wondered thot I did not break the hid av him ShaughnesRy I mild ofT but now me time iis come I Tack Clancy name me what ye will hey me do to the divil and be it the knocking off av his block tis 1 thot will do it as a sacred july to Inc did frind F O Thin listhen close now Red said Clancy clear and straight in hill words ps no knockin off av blocks thot I will uptheyeCtuekgitsmnrriedO Thot I will so hip me the saints swore Shaughuesiy saintsbeFather Leddy I doi contint Hag a Place for Everything A resident of West Philadelphia was entertaining a friend from out of town recently when the conversation turned upon wives and their habits explainedhow thingWhis not a thing in this house that I can not go and put my hand on with my eyes shut Just for instance after I had dressed this morning and turned Qut the gas I found that I had forgot fen a handkerchief I opened the bur au drawer and there in the corneriIf top8nande1 rTTttnintairb it Iw only eorrwot that unto n 4fntrnTd T e alJlie to find his own prop erty without hunting an hour Her is the handkerchief 1 took in the dark I drewII showed his friends his babys shirt Philadelphia Press The Ilvatnn George aged sixSay pop why do they have a fender on an electric car Ills Father It enables both the doctor and the undertaker to get a crack at your estate otherwise the undertaker would have it al his own way Chicago Journnl 0 And Heart True Maybe Mrs Jones1 dont see what itm wanted to marry him for he hit a cork leg a glass eye and false teeth Mrs Smith Well my dear you know women always did have a hank ering after remnantsSmart Set Vhy should not the Indian h3v whiteI e 1 man Why s they not have and the Indian tiee I the opportunity of doing for them I selves rather than continue to be wards of the nation They felll 1 By DR CASLOS MONTEZUMA appreciate such treatment far moreAn Indian Pbyiidto Pmlicinf la Chicajo than they appreciate being kept upon reservations shut off by themselves fed and clothed by the government and given practically no opportunity for advancement in the social scale Education and opportunity away from the morbid sur roundings of the reservation is all the younger generations of the Indians lack to make them useful selfsupporting citizens Why not give them these things hIt is cruel to snatch the Indian pappoose away from the mothers bosom and transport it to a distant school It shatters the paternal relation How inconsistent you are For your childrens education you will sacrifice their absence from home ties you will send them across the water What for So as to give them the best schooling And vet you weep and stand in the way of the Indians children when a few are passing you to go to their eastern schools The Indian children of today are in a stage of crisis They are the same as your chil dren physically morally and intellectually Then why not treat them as you do your own children Stop this exceptional policy When you have done that you have done your duty uVe ought not to send Indian children east to educate them the climate will kill them A poor excuse is better than no excuse When all other arguments have been exhausted to keep the Indians Indian thn the weather comes in very appropriately The Indian seems to be almost persuaded climate will kill your children Climate will kill your chJUlren comes like a message of death to this superstitious race Time has come when the Indian must take his chances with the white man How little do the eastern people take into considera tion the vicissitudes and dangerous regions of the globe when tlieit pockets and education arc involved It is as reasonable to implore the Yankee to stay where he was born asto tell the Indian pupils not to go where they can get the best education and thus accomplish the most for themselves COA VfII r TILE XOIlTHtVESTEnX AXD UXIOS PACIFIC Nest SCHEDULES TO UENVKH Only One XIht Kn Route to Colorado from Cleveland Cincinnati De troit IiiiIltiniiiiollM and Cia leoJu theColoradoNorthWeternItailftaysTleavesChicago CotontdoSprinsgerafrom Atlantic Cmst jtoii t to reach Denver wh only two uihta on the toad 1cvdIndIanapolisi wiltbei w SpringKust aa the hlbi ago Special sod wilt leave d- orado 1 Spring daily about 1UCO a ra I Inver 100 p nt arriving in Chicago at 40p m at a c tfYMiient hour fur mukirg connection for the east A train from 1es Mines in ronritii n with this new train rat bound tralKs passengers to leave flea Moitits at 7 1119 a m and arrive iu Cnkagr at 4WI p m AcvomitKxiaiions are provided fur nil elates of pJlIengerl the rxuipm nt inrlud diningbuffetskrp rar ers and day coaches The entire service in as nearly perfect as modern and skillful railway management can irMkc tA MNnnd dailv train for Colorado minis caves Chi IV lor Dtnvtr at 1130 p iu Concerning Husta Some fcchool children were being shown through the capitol the other day nud viril ed amoNg other plates the vice prt idtiits room Jlr White the handsome young clerk of Senator Frye undertook to pay guide for the youngster IrgrIVaehinUnited dates He i dead now you ki w And here iis the bust of Jefferson lies dead too And this is Henry Cilr re of the vice presidents He died in tiis roomA little girl looked up at Mr W Ufe with wide open wondering e es DiT e bust too she aakedashingtl n Pest THE MOUNTAIN CHAUTAUQUA Mountain Lake Park Maryland On Crest of the Allegheny Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sea ibo summer resort in America 2SOO feet nbovo sea level 33SOOOO invested in Im provements nnd still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at redsonable rates This roort Is the site of the Mountain Chautauqua and summer ihoRnd of the great Chautauqua Itself and is annually thousands per- Sons who are ten thened in mind by the educationalhealth giving influence for which this para dise of tbe mountains is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B O SeptemberiiOthl9PSpecialyfor the Cbautauqua and other gateci Incs Information about attractions entertain ments summer school i essicns etc will be toLMarylandf rates and time of trains apply to ticket ngents B k O SW R R or the under PassengerAgentoral Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 The Joy of Itrllcf Casey Ynrre Kntkin jur y bad tvii ghOanffeelOi had lafcht noight happyRltnmethots phwy Philadelphia Press Ladles Can Wear Shoes OtEueLot aching feet At all Druggists 25e Ac cept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y Itopt Mont and Be wise By its persistency of face repose the owl gets a great reputation for wisdom But 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Other Points Very Cheap SUe Trips to toronto JHexawIria Bay aaa Bleat al D G EDWARDS Passenger Traffic Manage- rCINCINNATI01110 The Worlds Playground COLORADO MICHIGAN CANADA THE ADIRONDACKS- STf LAWRENCE RIVER WHITE MOUNTAINScr SEA COAST OF NEW ENGLAND Ji i best reached by the i I Big Four For full Information and particulars as to BigFour DEPPEI AIcJ- y CINCINNATI O nc1ELECTIOTYPESllaceUMifacetlaiieousIntale at the lovmt prleei bY I 1 X Krlbf S tfaptIcs nnflk ilL Clatluall A N KE 1P2H WHICH WHITIXS TB ABVERTI Ell yluar tn r that yasaw the AdvsrU rta tkl waver xr- N i r r lr- r r t- G t- a I Ai 44iFr4F4rne3f + is r 4 4 15 J 1r 1i 1r 1r i i K aa f i t Tilei Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher UICKMAN KENTUCKY AJ = A A M rwl i r w Ivirw t mfT1902 JULY 1902 I ffiEtI El TU TID Tit H I IElf t 1 2 31 4 Iffif 6 7 8 9 101 111 12 ill ffii1P1 1 rI 120 21 22 23 24 25 261m r 27 28 29 303==ill Ii C J I I u m tr3yj A JaY1IVfJlyivlalaa rrlai k CURRENT TOPICS i No fewer Dan 5S7 languages ar spoken In Europec Bishop Potter will make a tour of Norway after the coronation North America Is credited with 20 canoes Central America with 27 Four and a half million persons are employed In the mines of the world It costs over 35000 to police th British houses of parliament last year Horses giraffes and ostriches have the largest eyes of land creatures cu tlefish of sea animals The island of Sakhalin the great penal colony of Russia has splendid forests of fir and pine The dreaded fer de lance of Mar tinlque disdains to give the friendl warning of the rattler Probably the first sprinkling carts were those sent before the kings coach in England in 174S The Cripple Creek mining district iin Colorado Is producing gold at the rats yearrIn California alfafa sends its roots 20 feet Into the soil and produces three crops of hay a season For a quarter of a century no new houses have been built in the Sussex England village of Sllndon The appropriations of Congress for the session just ended amount almost If not quite to a billion dollar j The number of cases of smallpox Itin London has reached 6000 and the number of deaths from it 1000 Mrs Carrie Nation of saloonsmash ing fame announces her determination I Ito Join forces with the Dowieites Mrs Julia Whitmore of Weir City Kas has seven daughtersDora Cora iNora Flora Zora Lora and Clora The present status of the work of medical missions is such as to en tcourage the prosecution of this form of evangelism Miss Mary Morton youngest laugh jter of Levi P Morton devotes most of her time and income to the aid of un fortunate children Acre once meant any field It is still used with this significance by the Ger mans who speak of Gods acre allud ilng to the cemetery Mrs Hannah Barrett whose father eerved under Gen Washington at Val ley Forge Is still living In Boston She Is 102 years old Cast iron plows were first used about 120 years ago and much ob jected to on the ground that they poisoned the ground Two hundred and fifty notice boards are to be erected in the streets of Edinburgh requesting citizens not to spit on the pavement Plattsburg one of the oldest towns of New York state organized in 17S5 held its first election under the new city charter in May Oaths are said to be coming into popularity again in London society aft ter a century golf and ping pong be ing responsible for the revival A late resident of Buffalo N Y has bequeathed the sum of 30000 to H hart college Geneva N Y The name of the donor is not as yet known The British and Foreign Bible society is trying to raise 250000 guinaes to enable It to extend Its field by way of celebrating its centenary in 1904 North of England ironmongers are making money by loaning machinesI to thrifty housewives who wish to turn f supply of oranges into marmalade Miss Mary B Eaker has bequeaths- to I the Dayton 0 Young Mens Christian Association her homestead andI made the association a residuary legs teeForeigners will not be permitted t travel over the Siberian railway without special Russian authorization This has been officially announced by the Russian consul at Shanghai Albert W Paine of Bangor Me tans practiced law continuously for 67 years having been admitted to the Penobscot county bar on May 28 1835I He Is the oldest lawyer In point ot continuous service In New England The English Justice Barnes takes down his notes in shorthand antI suma up from these notes He finds this a great saving of time and by tills means is never obliged to stop a wit nessHenry Cole of Denver started to convert his estate of 400000 Into cas for the poor but was halted by bl g wife who reminded him that half qf It was hers- Thomas W Bowes of TJaftlmore has received from the British government In recognition of his service in the British army in South Afrlr for 13i months a silver medal Rudyard Kipling has returned fro I South Africa and is now In England Having versicall scored the conduct1l of the Boer war he comes back in good time to hew out some coronatio- jtngles STORM IN NEW YORK Much Damage in the Western Portion of the State The Genesee River Is Now a RagingI Torrent a Mile Wide All of the Lower Portion of Hornells ville Is Flooded Buffalo N Y July 7A terrific rain and wind storm swept over Western New York at an early hour Sun day Rivers and creeks rose rapidly overflowing their banks and sweeping IiaWa houses and barns and live stocu The loss will reach into hundreds o thousands of dollars Telegraph an telephone wires are down and com munication with small towns in Wyom ing Niagara and Cattarraugus coun ties Is difficult to establish This city I was not in the path of the storm A dispatch from Arcade says thee flood at that place claimed one vie tim and did many thousand dollars damage to property Minnie Loper who kept a bakery on the bank of tho creek was drowned early In the day The downpour and the cloudburst above the village turned the creek Into a torrent The water rose very rape idly and was several feet deep on the lowlands before any one realized the danger Miss Lepers bake shop was hadtnot gone far before it fell apart Miss Lepers body was recovered Thoro were many narrow escapes At Yorkshire two miles below Arcade the approaches to the bride were wash ed away but the bridge is standing Miles of roadway are so gullied or burled in debris that they will have to be rebuilt At Sandusky a few miles from Arcade It Is reported that two houses were washed away From ev erywhoro come reports of live stock killed The loss to individuals will be very heavy and the loss to the town from the destruction of bridges and roadbeds will also be heavy Portage N Y July 7Thp worst storm ever known In this section is now sweeping down the Genesee valley Rain fell heavily for 24 hours and at an early hour Sunday morning a cloudburst sent the streams over their banks The river Is now a torrent n mile wide At 8 oclock Sunday morn Ing every one living In the lower part of the town had to abandon their homes The farms are laid waste and no field crops can be saved Houses and barns were swept down the river The roadbed of the Pennsylvania rail road is washed out In many places Hornellsville N Y July 7A tremendous downpour of rain early Sun day caused one of the worst floods of the year In this vicinity All of the lower part ol the city was soon flood ed Railroad traffic In both directions was completely tied up ail day and not a train arrived in the city after 2 a m Three houses were undermined and carried away Pike N Y July 7t daybreak Sunday morning Pike was under four feet of water Almost every bridge over creeks in Niagara and Allegheny counties and In the southern part of Wyoming county was washed away It is estimated that the damage in this town and In the Immediate vicinity will amount to a quarter of a mllllou dollars Much stock was killed DROWNING ACCIDENTS A Total of Five Lives Lost In 24 Hours at Benton Harbor Benton Harbor Mich July 7Two men were drowned here Sunday mak ing a total of five lives lost here in this way in the past 24 hours Robert Wilson of Detroit was drowned in tho St Joseph river in the morning while trying to swim Sunday after noon Ward Kiser aged 17 of South failo ure while bathing in Lake Michigan and drowned before help could reach him A CLOUDBURST Several Houses Were Swept Away at Ellisport Ida Hope Ida July 7A cloudburst at 12Iwashed out two miles PacificIwas no loss of life For a con slderable distance around Ellisport the wileothe trestles are gonei from Clarks Fork to Hope Passen gers eastbound are transferred fromi wetfromare several slides along the road each way American Officers Commit Suicide Manila July 7Capt John H Shel lenberger of the 10th infantry committed suicide at Illgea in the Island of Mindanao July 4 He acted fromi despondency Second Lieut Thomas Ryan of the Philippine scouts also committed suicide by shooting in the interior of the Island of Mindanao Juno 18- Seven Men Injured in a Wreck hChicago July 7A freight wreck on the Lake Shore Michigan South ern railway at 90th street resulted iID the injury of seven men who went beating their way to Chicago Eight teltiMuquesIMarques July 7The fire bytdestroyed BritI 500000rt shows little signs of abating and Ila likely taibu4for gems days to come I AGUINALDO RELEASED Fcrmer Filipino Leader Free to Go Anywhere He Pleases Manila July TAs a result of the proclamation of amnesty July 4 the guard of American soldiers has been withdrawn from the house where Agul naldo lived In Manila and Lieut Johnson Aguinaldos custodian brought the Filipino Sunday to see Gen Chaf fee It was the first meeting between the American general and the leader of the Filipinio revolution Lieut Wil liam E McKinlay of the 9th cavalry acted as Interpreter Agulualdo was told that he was free to go anywhere he pleased and Gen Chaffee asked him if he had any com plaint to make of American dlfecourv repizddHe told Gen Chaffee that he was going to visit friends at his home In Cavite Inquiredthorities would afford him He seem ed to be afraid to venture out Gen Chaffee replied that Aguinaldo would get the same protection as any other citizen f The former Filipino leader then ask ed Gen Chaffee to prevent the courts from requiring him to testify In civil suits Gen Chaffee replied that he had no authority to grant this request and advised Aguinaldo to make a social call upon Acting Civil Gov Wright This Aguinaldo said he would do but that he would go at night as he was timid about appearing on the streets in daylight Filipinoleaderpossible vengeance upon him by friends of Luna and his other ene miss Luna was a Filipino lleader whom Aguinaldo caiiied to be killed n 1899 FETES IIN THE VATICAN The TwentyFourth Anniversary of the Coronation of the Pope Rome July 7All the members of the American college at Rome Includ ing Rev Dr Thomas Kennedy rector of the college and Fathers McCate McCourt and Mullln of Philadelphia were present Sunday evening at the fetes held in the Vatican in celebration of the 24th anniversary of the coro nation of the pope The entire papal court and thousands of members of all Catholic societies represented In Rome assembled at G oclock Sunday evening in the great Belvidere court of the Vatican and paid homage to his holiness The court was beautifully adorned with tapestries and a profus- Ion of plants and flowers The pope occupied an especially constructed and richly decorated gallery His holiness entered the court by way of the Lapidary museum and the library He was greeted with enthusiastic accla matlons and the band played iho Pon tifical march A chorus composed for the occasion was sung by a choir of several hundred pupils from all the clerical schools In Rome who defiled before the pope carrying banners The Vatican officials a number of la dies and the members of the diplo matic corps witnessed the scene from windows overlooking the court THE VESSEL CAPSIZED Wife and Daughter of Capt Horn and Miss McMahon Drowned New York July 7The wife of Capt Tieraann H Horn of the 95th company sea coast artillery his daughter Frances aged 7 and Miss Alice McMahon of Nyack N Y were drowned In Sandy Hook bay Sunday Capt Horn is stationed at Ft Hancock on Sandy Hook Capt Hook had made up a sailing party to go out on the bay in his smal catrigged yacht Midget Those aboard were in addition to the captain Mrs Horn with her two chil dren Miss Horn a sister Dr Water house his wife and Miss Alice McMa hon a sister of Mrs Waterhouse At a point about half a mile off Old Cam plow dock a strong puff of wind caus ed the sail to gybe anu In a moment the little vessel capsized throwing all hands In the water A Strange Tragedy St Paul Minn July 7A special from Grand Forks N D says that while thdir son and daughter and several young friends were singing and dancing In the parlor Charles J Mc Cormick a Great Northern conductor and his wife were dying in a bath room upon the same floor Their bodies were found some hours later by their young son who went to call them Trick Dog Dead Oyster Bay N Y July 7Thre Is mourning among the Roosevelt chil breakfastthebyColdogs mother Bozzie recently ex hiblted her talents at the white house and so pleased was Mrs Roosevelt over the performance gaveColfor the animal Swift Co Suffer Loss By Fire whichbrokestock yards Saturdll sufferedby the officials of the company at 1000000 buildingatave nue and Broadway LightningMilwaukeeJanesvine WIs Sunday night afiercespIreofandthet THE OARING OUTLAW Convict Tracy Held Up a Ranch Near Seattle Wash After Binding and Gagging the In mates He Made the Hired Man Row Him Downthe Sound Officers In Pursuit Seattle Wash July 7Harry Tra cy the Oregon convict laaa again elud ed his pursuers after a display of great daring His last act was to Impress alarm hand Into dobarklng on the sound in a row boat late Saturday and at noon Sunday Shorlff Cudlheo charter ed the tug Soa Lion and with a posse started in pursuit According to in formation received at the sheriffs office here Sunday Tracy slept In a graveyard on tho outskirts of Seattle after his battle Thursday night with Seattle officers On Friday morning he proceeded to the ranch of a man named Fisher secured food and slept and rested in the woods all that day and night Early Saturday morning he appeared at Meadow Point in tho water front three miles north of Seattle his original point of landing There he compelled a Japanese fisher man to row him to Madison Point 12 miles across and down the sound from Seattle Ho dismissed the boy de daring that the latter would oe killed by Tracys pal If he told of the trip They landed near the home of Rancher Johnson and Tracy watched the house for an hour to make sure of the number of men there Finding but two he entered and announced that he intend ed to kill every one on the ranch and take charge of the place for a few days Ho added But alter seeing your pretty litho girl I will kill no one if you all mind me I will be here all dayThe family prepared breakfast for Tracy and put one plate on a tabla against the wall This is not right declared the con vict put the table in the middle of the room and all sit down with mo which was done Tracy then read Friday evenings papers and after learning how Mrs Van Horn had betrayed his presence In her house to the butcher boy saM he had been careless In not keeping every one In that house constantly un der his eye My carelessness In this respect made It necessary to kill two officers he said He forced the Johnsons to give him A bundle of clothing and hats and six days supplies of food cooked for him put on Johnsons suit of Sunday black and had the food clothing and blan kets made Into bundles At 8 oclock he bound and tightly gagged the Johnson family made their hired man Anderson carry the bun dies to Johnsons rawboatiuUAndar eon in the boat at the oars and start ed down the sound Mrs Johnson released herself and the others two hours later and noti fled Deputy Sheriff McKay who lives at Madison Point McKay secured a boat and sent word to Seattle Sunday morning Sheriff Cuuee was summoned from Bothell and at 1030 with several men started down the sound In the Sea Lion an electric tug bont looking for the desperado and the farm hand However as Tracy had 15 hours start It is believed he will mako I good his escape The supposition is that he will row all night probably kill Anderson sink the boat and dis appear into the wild forests of North ern Washington where he may live many days on his supply of food Harry Tracy with three other convicts escaped from the Oregon prison some time ago and they have eluded pursuing officers ever since Tracy has killed three officers since his appearance near Seattle a few days ago Al though at times almost cornered the wily outlaw succeeded In eluding the pursuing posses SAIL BOAT CAPSIZED Three Young Men Met Watery Graves In St Clair rials Detroit Mich July 7Three young boys Tony Henkel and Oscar Rosen berg of Detroit and a boy named Con rad Brede were drowned Sunday In the middle channel at the St Clair flats by the capsizing of a sail boat The accident occurred about 200 feet from Savages hotel where young Hen kel and Rosenberg were stopping A number of people saw the accident but It was over and the boys had sunk so quickly that no aid could be given them Big Blaze In Chicago Chicago July 7Flro Sunday de stroyed the buildings at 05307309 and 311313 Wabash avenue causing losses aggregating over 325000 For a time the fire threatened widespread de struction is It was only through the utmost efforts of the fltemtn that the flames were prevented from spread lug to the department store of Siege Cooper Co fronting on State street and separated from the burning build Ings only by a narrow alley Mormons In Denmark Copenhagen July 7Sorge threo hundred American Mormons Including Former United States Senator Frank J Cannon and his brother and many American missionaries In Europe at tended the dedicating of the Mormon temple fh this city- Pantsmaken and Pressers Strike Baltimore July 7lve hundred pantsmakers and pressers struck Monday morning This was the decision of the executive committee of the Pantsmakers union Sunday Tho strike tied up 200 small strops f FREIGHT HANDLERS STRIKE More Than Nine Thousand Men at Chicago Are Affected Chicago July SHopes of a speedy settlement of the strike of the Freight Handlers union which was declared Honday are entertained by officials of the union and members of the stat board of arbitration The officials of tbe union at a conference told Chair man Job A the board of arbitration that they were willing to permit em ployes of the different companies to meet officials cf the same to discuss the wage sale provided a joint confer enc e should be held at which official of the union wuld be permitted toI act as advisers to tbe men The ar bitration board Iis now working on the matter in an effort to bring about i conference between the railway managers and committees representing the men As the railroad officials have fa vored this step front the beginning of the controversy there Is little doub- that the strike can bo settled sans factorily to both sides if the confer ence shall be arranged Lack of unanimity already perme ates the strike The Chicago Fereda Lion of Labor was ignored when the order was issued for the men to quit work and Its executive officials are pomewhat offended and are inclined to let the freight handlers fight out their battle in their own way There are 12000 freight handlers In and about tho various freight houses ot the 24 railroads centering in Chicago Of this number more than 9000 are now involved In the strike Some cf the men who quit work Monday lid so under protest Notably this was the case in the freight houses of the Lake Shore Michigan Central road The men there employed were re ceiving all Ute consideration they had asked They were forced to strike however by the order of the executive committee of their union The sudden suspension of customary operations by the freight handlers occasioned considerable trouble in and about the various railroad warehouses and depots but the inconvenience and delay wore but a drop In the bucket to what will happen Tuesday and later In the week if the strike shall not be settled stoner r To add to the present difficulties of the railroads the teamsters and truck drivers union threatens to join in a sympathetic strike If this shall occur it will affect all incoming and outgoing freight of every kind IN NICARAGUA Revolutionary Force of Over 1000 Men Landed Near Blueflelds Panama Colombia July SGovern ment advices received from Nicaragua are to the effect that a revolutionary expedition of over 1000 men has land ed near Bluefields Nicaragua and has been joined by a large number of conservatives The landing of this I expedition is said to be the beginning of a strong movement against the government of President Zelaya Such a movement would be of considerable benefit to Colombia It is believed in that countrys difficulties with its revolutionists as It would prevent help reaching the Colombian liberals on the Isthmus from Nicaragua ASIATIC STATION A Material Reduction of the Naval Forces to Be Made Washington July SThe navy de partment contemplates making a ma terial reduction of the naval forces on the Asiatic station in the near future While our interests In the east are most important it Is thought here that the large number of American warships gathered in Chinese and Philippine waters is considerably above the prop er ratio The plans It Is said con template ordering at least one of th flag commanders on the Asiatic statio- to other duty- THIRTY EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS The Populace of Salontca Is Now Camping In Military Tents Vienna July SThe Neue Frele Presse publishes a dispatch fro Salonica European Turkey sayin that since last Saturday 30 shocks of earthquake eight of which were vio lent have been experienced The po ulace of Salonica is now camping iin military tents A very violent shock which occurred after midnight of Sunday caused damage to the villages of Guvesne and Zallsova in the vi cinity of Salonica Other dispatches received here from Salonica Sty that the shock of Monday morning destroy ed 150 houses and killed one child a Guvesne and that two people wer killed at Salonica Wages Advanced Sioux City la July SAs a result of a conference between representa tines of the Chicago St Paul Minneapolis 8 Omaha Railroad Co and of the boilermakers machinists and helpers employed by the company an advance j of 25 cents a day in wages has been granted Voluntary Advance In Wages Pueblo Col July SAll unskilled workmen at the Pueblo steel works of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co were notified of an Increase of 10 cents in dally wages These men numbe- about 1500 The advance was volun tary on the part of the company The Lipton Trophy Chicago July SLaRltn George R Pears 200foot cabin yacht took th third and final race of the series for the Lipton trophy Monday afternooni LaRita captured the entire series fini fishing with a percentage of 300 FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington July 2SenateTboconference report on the Philippine government bill was adopted The final conference report on the naval bill was agreed to The senate pas efl the bill authorizing the construction if nyadseseinleglslatheconference report on the Porto RIco public lands and buildings bill was apppropriating warehouselnOmaha AdjournedKluGdlHouse Bills were passed tQ appro oquestrlanBaron Steuben the revolutionary he roes said statues to be erected in this city to promote and retire Naval Ca det William Victor Tomb as of the grade of ensign to remove a shoal in North river New York harbor at a grantttrolt Mich for an equestrian statue of Gen Alexander Macomb to grant certain lands to the South Platte Ca nal and Reservoir Co to pay 6167 to Anna Eliza Isabella Von Hemert senate bill for tho suppression of train robberies Several conferei3 reports on belateu bills then were hurried through A bill to make confederate soldiers who enlisted In the union army previous to January 1 1S65 pen slonable aroused considerable debate but was finally passed 97 to 19 Messrs Payne Cannon and Richard son Tenn were named as a commit tee to inform the president that congress was ready to adjourn Adjourn eo sine die- KING EDWARDS CONDITION Everything Points to a Satisfactory Convalescence London July 4 Everything points to a satisfactory If somewhat pro tinged convalescence of the King It is expected that the bulletins regarding his condition will soon be reduud to one a day Only small crowds haunt the boards at Buckingham pal ace which is an indication that public confidence has been restored Only onr physician remains at the palace throughout the night and all of the doctors are to attend to the more press ing portion of their private practices Sir Frederick Treves absented him self from the palace Thursday to attend the wedding of his only daughter to MaJ Delme Radcliffe- A number of coronation guests left London Thursday Including the crown prince of Norway and Prince Komatsu of Japan Both were seen off by gather ings of distinguished persons tit tho station where everyone seemed to be in high spirits with regard to the con dition of the King London July 5The progress oG King Edward continues satisfactory The fact that Queen Alexandra in company with the Duchess of Aosta Prince Waldemar of Denmark and Prince George 6f Greece droveapufcf rFriday afternoon Is taken as a sign of the kings satisfactory condition This was the first recreation of this kind that the queen has indulged in since his majesty was taken ill The king is allowed to read a good deal now and he enjoys looking at the newspapers He expressed amusement lately at some of the sensational and detailed reports of the operation in the press London July 7Klng Edwards progress Sunday night continued to be good It is said that if his improve ment proceeds at the present rate he will probably by the end of the month be well enougn to be transferred to the royal yacht in Southampton wa ters A bulletin posted at 9 oclock Sunday morning said The kings progress continues to be In every way satisfactory STRUCK BY A TRAIN AnothereCarbondalenCarbondale III July STwo sons of Stanley Beggs a prominent farmer of Johnson county aged respectively 10 and 14 years and a cousin were found Monday near the tracks of the Illinois Central the two former dead and the last in a dying condition The 4msomeg4th of July celebration and were rei turning home and becoming weary Irlaid down on the railroad tracks to rest ASSAULTED BY THIEVES As a Result An Aged Woman Is Dying Her Skull Fractured New York July SMrs Margaret emt sume mer residence near White Plains Is dying as a result of injuries received at tho hands of thieves Mrs Kelly was approached as she stood in front of her home by two menShe turned to go into the house when one of them struck her with a stone wrapped in a handkerchief Her skull was frac tured The thieves then robbed the house Two suspects are under ar rest Demand Recognition of the Union Winnipeg Man July 8 Canadian Northern trainmen including conductors presented a schedule and de manded recognition Inside of 3C hours roadrwill spend a million dollars before any organization will be recognized Centiloustonedred and fifty employes of the South ern Pacific shops at Houston walked out Monday on the refusal of the com pany to grant them aa Increase of 10 per cent in wages r 1 4 VV k a