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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- t i x i M IiTHE fflCKMN COURIEROLD ST 7jWST m c ISTEWSPAPEP Is RT KEG TT7CKTc I ESTABLISHEDI1 1859 HICKMAN FULTON C0 UJNTY KiJ LY 1S192OL XXXVII NO25r kI tlrx r ii it t iii i ii 6 i r I i 5 I Ic c a 1Ei ii tl1J 1Jsf sfir t r- yit A l I l 11l I LITTLE LUCY LANE BURNED TO DE4 THIUnion City Teiin July 18One ofI occnrledil1lUnionI woedeath Ptndrv ilJ ofthocitythe to 1 wafavorite a J Sh I whohaveevery one in Union Oily Tho little girl w playing in the front yard last eyenI with a Japunosu lanteru whets in aeuiv mauner her dres4 buc nine united 1 Jlracroams of fright und imin Almost tiu stautty brought to her KUo her fatb and Messrs Jeorgo Dahuk and All ie Campbell but before they e+ 1 yld extiu guish tho Inmos the rhihJa born j l I luoruingThel grief teTheMr M A Jolley NuLle O writes r I have uswl Her bine fur chttrruUyrecoUllUond medicine and the greatest bl purifier It is a medicine of positive JlJtrit and fully accomplishes all that gflclaimedu 10isoffever1 i a oOcLENCOURAGING TO FARMERS itbthgood prices for their surplus There aearcltystock fl tit + miglttylittlefDernow This general shortage will oldemand that can only be met by Tu Itthel crops of everything Good pastures are tilling up the stock that in so very Luau r 1 instances came through the winter iin poor condition and good prlc+w willI stimulate stockmen to make au wit rn ltrort to get nnim81 to the tuarket iin thfarmerI I that his returns will this scasou beTHE satisfactory and the more h ticklesj the larger will he Ms pro tits Farmers Guide 111IcI- If i bUy notify Jrn t tjlaimHfaljaiusbi i thep5rntiF rfP thcilittjs 11 11Vatson to present them before UI 2nd Monday in August lUJ02 or thus will- be 1 forever after barred by law Mils It D W1T UXII RIVAL FOR KISSING BUG I A mysterious hug that it is said will rival the kissing bug has made its ap pearanrt + in n number of Wtwteru cities The b ire favorite place to attack is on I the kr and its bite is considered ex tremly dangerous In Denver titre i victims are sutruring from bites and all1 are in a erioiw condition A strange thing about the inject iis that none of its victims can relU llIhfrl seeing it They recollect a slight t ain and then more Itill An examination revealed a puncture Then followwl all tho symptoms of blboilpoisoniuir The bug evidently is able to pens tautn throiiLli several thicknesses for ill aaeU of the three cases the victim were Warmly olcthed Tho fact that it has u6t been seen makes it very difficult for pliysioians or naturalists to deckle t RIt1 Ybetitjustto The Sumo UM Story first Ii A Kelly relates an experience and 1 I I I I I giyo 2talmost1rnd Stated and has been told and retold by thousands of others He says last summer I hud an attact of dysout r and purchased a bottle of Chamberlain- Colic Cholera fold Dinrrheon Remedy which lused according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results 1I trouble was conlroled much qutok than formQr attacks when I used otli remidic Mr Koly is a wull hnownj N C For sale itlCowgilI I HUSBANDS AAfi t BATORS Womans capacity for making prac tical use of the most unlikely things illustrated snow in the case ot ti Kentucky wife whose husband lay of a fever and who utilized the e sickI1 It tional heat of his body as an tnenba fur i for chickens I Before the complete recovery of 1horjI spouse we are told at which time of i I hi81vnlueI Kentucky woman succeeded In haiugII him hatch out some fortyfour eus all of whom wore doing last accounts This achievement willjjj probably be accepted as distinctly dins j I tinguished and as adding fresh lnstes to the lame of the presentday woma- St i ji Loots Republio i the s LOOK OUftJlI haven saw mill grist mill and 3 acres of land for sale good stand for and grist Mill bet stand in tho county for country store Will sell cheap and dl easy terms call and see J R BROWN i 1I OBEY OUR RULES Parbios wishing to tllt the printing oflice attliis sra son of the year shuuM lIIr inula t IIruItH Advance to tin door soilI give three digit iui raps 11 kid the door down The dfoiFwin attend to your fi I 1rf I lt lostrgoffice address and the nuiu1 her of years yoU art owing to rtho llaltr JJ will admit todl ththfollowing eouutersiga lEx ll the right hand about withTtulteerncclamping a ten dollar hill f trll1red hand of the cditor at tthe time saying ltieltOllIoking for lilt l billoandsuJcYoul et l After giving hint the news of your locality you will L 1epermit1 ted to retire with a receipt for an obligation properly dischargetl SlrotolSITlio Kesi Liniment Kor r F 11 Wells the merchant at r Park Long Island F YoMli rec OlmoiberUiot Pain Balm aibelt Ituuneut for strains I und it JI1Jt winter for a severe ltnieiioss in the aide renulUoft from a strain and was greauy pleased with the quick relief CowpHTRANSFER OF THE DOG I I i i liariYr nl hit llslallTt Orfl rattier soedylookingi fallow and Co blooming young wo Phol ceremony was per formed in the log cabin home of the bride H lat t uts There were many guests pre SPIll find a pleasant inform pivvnUcdi peatodl the words CI 10O i illnoLL my worldly goods II I illnoaelitlV I P liar goes Hanks houn I 4flwg by r nun Lippmli1 wttffi+ fttev W L Riley L L D Cuba K writes After J6 days of excrucia ixiin front sciatic rheumatism various trOft mont I torts try liallnrd Snow Liniment unII application giving my first tho second entire relief reliefII it unqualified roooulIllel1 50c and noel 1 at L Pt W S 121 eons THASNT STRUCK HERE YET goorIorlightitlgcrhouses cheap A system is for 2500 which knocks out electricity oil f- soline find everything else ter the contract is signed another set comes round to- do Iho construction work i sixtoI thent1 I tfMnperedII iII- I compromisp IOIl Fall to Try This Whenever an honest trial is giveni to Electric Hitters for any trouulo it is 101 commended for a rmaucllt core t ionqj stomnch regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate I nerves and purify tho bloodl Its n j wonderful tonic for run dowjAsystoras j Electric Bitters positively cni3 i Liver Tronble Stomach isorllersl uIthunj i Satisfaction guaranteed by GowgUl iCowgill Only 50 centstt i 7 y 1 r BUY OR 1 8 LV L Ti = y It yoUi 10 buy tituberlandgod + calland ctt1IP t the litalhort y I AtQ NYATl W i HIWci I 411teltaorIkII 4tJN RONEY KYhI II 1 Ii uOL ff i a LEDFORDi 8 HANDLE Groceries F ssh MeatsI IHardware Q eensware9 I and Fee StuffI j I c11husually c ott1p zt fir h llass Gnirery and mi I IIJilJittnli bSpared ti Ra our cast + trnrrs LqCtul for nine Trading Stamps t every tOe Cnnh ItrrtlllMOI AfUT collection of 300 you atopod to a nand ou prerwnt DeieredIH oul lam I CLOSINGOUTALI ofDryand Pant Trunks and Icy ig bartt and jt I J l Da- I r 9 tc9 I j J f 0- J II OUR OXfORDS AND SUPPSZn j l An moiv attrucdveI j Hiia oll than usualI Thats why ve rain B HrJatrons i even cluyl =C J == Takf our Oxford slid Slipppr 8alHS thisi season it Has simply asloiii gli etl11s 11t again proves that the public will o they enuiet wherett 4 Best Styles Highest Grades 1 and thin theres an attraction s ABOUT THE 1PRICE c I TIlztlJ awe Jle 40 Cfest O =ALL 83 AND 350 OXFORDS FOR 1 1 250r = c = = Cf j f T1 iT1 ryt1jJfl1J RICE c WAY LOR lUl11 JL 1 tIKwl1ll1 o I I 4X jI TO DRIVE AWAY FLIES i i Thel following iis at least wort ha trialklVopl1t in the country whoa It annoyed by tlies should remember that cluster of the fragrant clover which grows abundaiidlv its nearlyevery roadside if huiiir in the room and left to dry sh d1 itsI faint jHrfume through tht air will tail away more Hies than sticky saucrr ofnlO lusutn1 other Hy1 raps and flypapers cnn ever collect Tho Lose Worm Uodocine LeightonAlahad a child which was sk k and threw up all food up could retain nothing ou ofWbuit brought up 119 worms from the iotllworklVermafugeistheir ditfHstion and asHimiUtiou of food strenxtheus their nervonn system and n stores them to for health vigor and elustiity of natural to chlldhooi r at L P Sc W S Ellison DOGS LEGAL RIGHT TO BITE Tying tin cans fireerack ers aiul other terryfying ar isles to a dogs tail accord ing to a decision by Judge Geo IH Sidt ncr in this First District Court of St Louis gives th canine a legal right to hits lea persecutor iI This unique decision carne came up in the case of Abra ham Simon who was arrest ed on a charge of keeping a viciom tits Little Willie jI Quinn ultl + eimd to pro ccut i Simon andl dt1allfll that tht I i dog hit him A wUutSS 411 1 1 Sunturs hvhalf hvhuvd thnt4 j i tr j1 f1Zl O Zfu fI 0 lags tail lgitlturevidence I would bite too if 1 wer + the lowfWont Follow 4 livid titer 1ajnij lFor it In a recent article a prominent phy t impOStflhJeororcarry out any prtsorihetl course of hygiene or diet to th+ smallest o=toot he has but ooo resort Itft namely the drug treatment When medicluei are nsttlfOl chronic constipation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach t Liver Tnl isll beyleasehealthy conrtition Iior sale by Cotyc Kill It Oowgill THE GIANT BOY DEAD Horace Lane son of Jas B Lane of the Slater vicinity lied1 Saturday morning at 4 oclock of typhoid fever f having been confined to his bed only one week before the lOud came Hornco Lane was 111011- 1nil over the country as the big butf5 find a big boy he was He was only 15 years old and tipper the beam on Fairbanks pcnhs at 355 lbs WickliiTe Yeoman v Summer complaint is unusually pro vnlunt among children this spaeon A well developed ease in tho writers font ily was cured last week by the timely 1 use of ChaiuMtrlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy one of tho best patent medicines innnufactufcd aud which i+ always kept on hand at the home of ye Moribe This is not intended asa tree puff for tho company wits do not advertise with us but to bent jit little sufferers who may not hI within easy acres of a Poysician No family hond 1 he without a bottle of pociallinr nat For sale by Cow ilI L Cowfjill GRAFTS GALORE I Louisville Commercial I Folks hnetn sent to the ptmiten tinry in New forks in Chicago and i St Louis foie nuking freo with the pu he money under the legal form of salaries In Louisville the street sprinkling job and tho payment of two inspector to watch it rain looks powerfully Iliko a ease for too grand jury PLAYING THE GAME SWINDLERS The moat lucrative and common indles perpetrated are the camcs nown as Wree card monte and the shells Thoy are similar in character iu one toss three worked cards being used Rod iu the other three shells stud u In underThe marks on the cards are deftly victimluundfX tnanipnlatotpalms thebettershellIngonerallywhohnvinglearnedtlaocards and shells with a conspicuous clumsiness calculated to make any fool bite Tho us gameunllyjudnnyoung man heItasquired bet and ropes the victim in to make up the deficiency He is over whelmed with grief aud remorse at the kickinprotestionsa note at sixty dots LOW RATES TO yr LOUIS Saturday nud Sunday atheTakeioLoopSeeFuirGrountion train now runs every day Sunday morninJbcu PRATERGOALDER Q ChicJcasaw I T 1 Enterprise At the yheistand Miss IMabel C Goalder were united ciatini j Mathews ngThe genialIIargo express at this place which i withferrentireiiuuijHtuy lu n entHTin bride is UR of Iveu ckys raises llotrorr Iab y i 1p local lanti Ur nabter VJ uAlute her upon captivating and hoMing CMMtivosuch a noble companion Miss Gwldfr acme hero last spring from llukman Kentucky to tako charge of the millinery department ot the Boston j provenbfher work giving perfect satis to both patron and employee May the flowers of love over bloom in the garden of destiny of this happy throughJwhen tho lest sweet words of love were spoken Tho Enterprise extends sincerest congratulations to these popular aim worthy young people oNEWSI JO US i r Over in Jlickman Ky n wed t liccnseolerks office because the prosl rc ffive bride would not pay X100 half the license as demanded by the would be groom The Courier says they were Mexicans Kev Madrid Record This incident is said to have occured iin Chicago j toJoi 1 Hn Htot H I IYxs + 1a= Material j 1ttROUGH AND DRESSED LUM T 5tBEtl 1 4 f Doors aud Windows Shingles c 7 0f i+ Lime and Cement j 7 Builders Hardware tit Paints Oils ete j Ir +0 it KSTIHiTESCIIHKlllULLY 4tt FEED STUFFS = tiny Oats Corn Bran etc etc 1 z- JJz t LP WSEliSON + ir 4i4HoI4+IM40Jof44JMI4J4Jo FOR SALE AT A RAKCAIN hive lots on corner of Monlton and Allogany Streets oue of the best bus iness stands in the town Three Brick ofbcompletelhisher further particulars call on or address FRANK THOMPSON Hickman Ky Uf + c t j 4 k Yr w f L i Cic F f i r r F i MYSt t 4 7i 7y t t aa af ai wtig9 THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN Editor HIOKMAN KY JULY 18 1902 The Federal Governments report shows that the dronth of last year 1901 cost this country in decreased products one million and a half dolla- rsfit The Hopkinsville Lunatic Asylum continues to be a moral stench For several years passed charges of various kinds have been made against its management but this last one is so terrible that the Governor can not delay thorough investigation and punishment tttt t The hot fight between the Louisville S Nashville and the Illinois Central railroads m Memphis Louisville and other competing points results in the railroads giving the merchants and shippers their drayage free Smaller points where there is no competition will haye to pay for all this foolishness tttOscar Turner Dead Oscar Turner Jr late member of Congress from the Louisville District son of Oscar Turner member of Congress from this District died lu Louisville yesterday of acute appendicitis titT- lfe Daily Courier The canvas for patronage to the v Daily Ilickmuu Courier has been made in good faith and whilst liberal in some respects has not developed suf ficiently to justify its publication at present It is coming however It may be that solid bodies like the Courier more slowly but none the Jess surely and we promise the public that the Courier will equal the needs ot this community in this regard when the time comes and it surely will coWl if we keep on Improvingt etifitFarmers Around HIckman Farmers around Hickman Ky will fruitiinsinessincentiveiubeingmulethe trouble ping facilities but now arrangements have been growerscan shipmentsRoadNashvilleWe learn that one former near Hum boldt Tenn commenced growing toy inatoes and vegetables with out any capital 15 years since and is now worth from 15000 to SJOOOO r titThe Convention Saturday Bear ill mind that the convention to instruct delegates for Appellate Judge todayTheWhite Judge Robbins Judge T P Cook and Judge T J Nunn In this county Kobbius and White both have supporters but the chances appear that Robbins will carry the in structions from the fact that his friends ire better organized and are actively at work It also appears that Judge turnwill lend all in the nominating c civen tion which meets in Paducah on the 22ml but will not have votes enough to win So it is any mans race as no one of the candidates will go into conven tion wIthstrength enough to nominate Judge Whites friends think when it reaches this stage that his chances are the best from the fact that he is the present incumbent his record is good and he claims an endorsement Ho stood by his party in the exciting Goe We trials and it is claimed has been persecjnted because thereof tttSALOONS OR NO SALOONS Election In Fulton September 23 On Monday the local option advocates and the antilocal optiouists filed peti r tious before County Judge Kearby liking that an election be held in the citv of Fulton and also in the Fulton Magi SeptemberTheelection in the Magisterial District and the saloon people want it held within the corporate limits of the town of Fulton The petition for the saloons IS signed by j57 names which is a ma joritv of the vote in the corporate limits as cast in the last election which was 950- The anti saloon petition was signed by 248 naires voters of the city and also of the Magisterial District This showing by petition appears to be in favor of the saloon side The Temper people however are confident of the result both as to the election in the town and in the District but much more confident as to the District Their petition shows a majority oj tlie vote in the District as cast at the last election 520 The County Judge will order the election or elections at the August term of his court Mr M T Shelborna appeared as attorney for the anti pptionists and Messrs Reeves and Sel lars for the temperance people ir f 1 I ter I SUMMER GOODS x A- TREDUCEDPRICES In order not to carry ov r to next seasonsel eral lines of goods Wo will oiler at a big reduction Do ROt delay come fIrstjand allbmust go none reserved1 flrl WASH GOODS A big line to select fromconsisting of i gJptlf11lTissueI 1 1 0 hams and Embroidered Silk Lappets V Our 15 and J12io Wash Hoods go at lOc V Our 20e Wash Hoods1 go at 1 lfc Our 30 and1 2e Wash HoodsI 1l ut 1 IGf Our 60 and oc Wash Joods jro at 35c r LADIES SHIRT WAISTS y A11oatjohft11 75 White Lawn Waist for 1 iH Jj 50 1 liJf1 fir 4i SMe 1 00 c c75e ir to 75 5jc r0 colored 4i 38e t i LADIES HATS We have just a fw leftyou can have nnl of them at l nfl regular price 01 LADIES FINE OXFORDS f At reduced prices Iii our 350 nny j 30g Kid1 and Patent Leather Colonial Slipper pro at 2 50 f tr i t1I1 AL TZBR DODBS Ifl t I ffff C 1 Ii c Romatlc Marriage at Fulton Mr Frank Newton a reputable and well to do young farmer of near Fulton inserted an advertisement for corres pondence with some young lady with a view to matrimony A young lady a j pretty French Canadian by name Miss Beatrice David responded The cor respondence led to an engagement conditioned that the young lady was to accept the hospitality of Newtons family until they became sufficiently acquainted to ratify the engagement One weeks time proved that iluy were desperately in love und they were married It is said that the next day the young lady counted out oOOO to tho bridegroom which she had con cealed all knowledge of her possessing pending the correspondence before marriage OIL FIELDS BURNING Beaumont Texas July ViThe greatest excitement prevailsi l throughout the oil section of Texas and Louisiana to fileIwhich started in the Jennings La oil field this afternoon Lightning struck an oil tank and started the fire There is a pool of oil covering over an area burningferociously In the midst of this pool is the first big gusher struck at Jennings If the fire reaches this well it will melt the pipes and start the oil flowing and burning at the sonic timeIt is nol conceivable how this column of burning liquid can be stoppeduntil the weli cxhausthed itself which might require months I or even years I A special train caring everyman who could be found in this fieldwho has had experience with ji oil fires and the bigi chemical lire I engine left here at 830 oclock tonight for the scene of the fire j A late message from Jennings states that the fire IS Scaring the well The Jennings stesthat the fire is rapidly nearing the well The Jennings field is controlled by Heywood Bros the onetime As tors who made the big hit here I i BRIDE WEDDED TO BROTHER COMMITS SUICIDE WHEN SHE LEARNS RELATIONSHIP i Jefferson City Mo July lo A sensation was caused when it became known ffijifit Illrs Maggie Wagner yming and attractive had commits tee suicide at Russell villlhe cause she had learned Hiree nUllIJlngpthat l childhood iThe discovery was made by the wife while she fas discussing with her husbrfnd certain scenes of her child lyhitnand further questioning con vinced her that the plan whose name she had taken at the altar was none other than the little brother of fiherbo1rollenWithout revealing to he husbaiu tln discovery sho had made rrsfagl1N brooded over thJ11nttpr until she felt death affordedl the only relief from an in siiilerable position 1Friday she secured carbolic acid and1li drank it while her husband was away from hOIUOJ neighbor found her before SUmJ11011C1her lied in his arms with his name on her lips China seems determined to corn mil harakiri The Boxer gang of out throats is again on the move Another uprising is regarding ascertain except by those who alone are misleading themselves The oneIone was lI c I Look LookWE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE 0 AGENCY ler iTHE AIViPEn uMi5wn Zi i AitFl8FENCE S Me dIll lmgigwiry heavily galvanized t f r1nrv i 115 for OXJKUIMOH earl ontrac 1 lion Oiiiv Hest Bessemer Blot wires I e 410 tll always of uniform quality l NoviT goes wrong no inytterte T i i 4wliuv7 griat a itisn I- Tte rut on it Does fi rII not mulilate but flees efciutlj turn 1 s little horses- 1oand pijjs i 1 VERY ROD OF AMERiCAN FENCE GUARANTEED- by the manufacturers Cull and see it Can show you how it will save you inouoy and fence your field so they will stay fenced keepitlectedUlllofW S HENDERSON1 CO f GREAT RECORD OF HAKltY TRACY THK FCCJI TILE coNVicrr OUTLAW Harry Tracy the Oregon fugitive convict outlaw upon where howl there is hanging a 5001 reward and who for the fou ith time mince his arrival at i thejituiidri to date as followsi t Murders 0 j Horses stolen u IO i Locomotive stolen 1- IMon wounded oi Steam latfnch stolen 1 Rowboat Itoluu u ullJobberies u u n UtI escaped front the Oregon peni tenhary on June J 1JW2 where lie was i doing time for burglary and the above j record has since been established in his attempt to evade capture by militia bacds of deputy sheriffs powws and they police force of Seattle I THE STATE FAIR Louisville July lJStICletftrlll W I AsI hibit at the State Fair on September 22 27 than there were exhibits last year at the Interstate Fair which was conducted by time Louisville Business men In the two months that remain there will be hundreds of others to arrange for exhibits and Secretary Neal says there is now not the slightest doubt that Kentuckys first State Fair will bring together one of the greatest collections of live stuck ever seen in tho United States Nearly every State in the Union will be represented as well as Canada and it will be a great opportunity fur the stork breeders aud dealers of Kentucky to advertise their interests The catalogues will soon br ready for distribution They are the hamsomest ever printed and they will show offers of twelve hundred premiums GRAHAM VREELAND s HOX lOlhN IL IIEMUtlCK Will Open the Campaign for Governort afoul September 1 The Louisville1 Courier Journal of yesterday contains the following items ilr John It Uendriek candidate for governor was in the city last night will go to his home in Paducnh i morning Mr Hendr said he undII open Ins campaign on the stump September 1 It is too hot to speak now sand Mr HYndriek I do not know I whether I will make my first speech Howling G een or May field Iriends atII both places have urged me to make the f opfluiiiR speech at their homo town 1 have just returned from a trip to Hieh mond Llxinton auil Frankfort and found warm shpporlow in all ur them i The primary for the selection ofI estate ticlutit has been shown inI several instances lately gives people clear control of the selection of United States senators andwill thus add to the growing popularity of the idea The Southern states have made the primary not only popular but to a great extent a lpermanent thing r If a Man Lie to loll And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is ag good as fi Bucklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles Ilnrun Boils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts I EurptionsI I m 1 ASH t CASHI CASHii i I III have the largest and best selected stock of Fresh Jroceries in the city which I am selling as low as1 the lowest fur Cash and Cash only i also carry a complete line of Saddles and Harness I I wlfiChwin 1 he coil at rook bottom 1prices Pallllalt1 examine my ltock and I lnconvincid E iJ HN4A J 11l Pre Pelivery Pho e 81 l I 1114 K MAN WAGON COSI I A t11AAoM TIII rKiiitu vrin Gr t T AI JO RJ BJ= l 1A1 i nrJDr 1 J Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds1 of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very 1 lowesMhe market jjustifies r T ALL1 J iOOiSI OltARiNTHltBiSi l HIpnlj 8ItN111 1 I ROOFING A SPECIL IJrPY CALL AND SEE US Ai 1 iJ IWo tire constantly reeewng Fresh Groceries of all kJltls Choice Fresli floats Queens ware Harness lee Cream Free cer large find small A lot of 1useful articles for lOc Hay and Bran Allnt 4 W N1 isnW ROGERS SON1 0 L t+ rr + p syti fir it rww I r1r- 1t r1i i t a A S a I i r br t- w n tJ 3 A ii LLISONSf Special July Salesut nue through this wP k ltltl in tHell IXpartniviit h In Millinery DepartmentJdia ban prepared about 50 Trimmed Hats Ail newly trimmed Not one has been shown Ibefore andImany would have sold earlier in the season at 300 Sale price 150 In Bargain Department 17 Doz Towels at lOc The lot tnclnd- eaIurkisllFOwelr = sizt 20x40 inches Pure Lintn Towols 20x42 inches rifle Bleaclnfl l ltlck17x39 inches lt Littoh Damask 16x32 inches Not ono of these but sold everywhere I and wkSale price IOc Baby Elite Shoe Polish 8c ClaretteSoap3c In Bargain Department In Qff Goods Department 43 pcs Fine Batiste and Lawns 12 1 12SoldL hertofore at 1Its1 I k Sale Price i lo pcs Russian and Egyptian Trimnlinglhces Worth 10c a yard at e 5 cents d v Width op tt i in u j- IIIn DnugDepartment1 Quadruple Extracts Violet ll hit Heliotrope Lilyof thr valKy Crnh Apple Blossom White 1o Heather Bliom Caraatiou Pink1 Rose GemniuniSaleI Price Per Ounce 35c eThe ti net jnrfunn mail IU guLu Irirc btk I SODA WATER FREE0 agl 4ii t YJit5q 1t141fl ii t h gIIf ptc 4 n1 H Clothing Department 20 Doz Suspenders Mad of 40 and fc wehling Sale Price 13c 43 Doz Mens Hose Colors hCentsgood at 15c prier Boys Summer Underwear Through an oversight we got a douUi lock To g t rid of I Ir them wv put a jirioe on them Baibriggan Shirts and Drawers f9c UreaI fprice 25 t Better Grade 25c i If II I Ir rat r 1 1 L 1 P1 W S Ellison jI II I Iff A LAND OF PLENTY New York Tribune There for everybody u Ia tin this prosperous contUry of ours enough to wear 1plenty of fuel light teat water and ioo But now and Hun joltS and jars may delay the general distribution of things to the people vhi need them WRY PAY DhJBTS A Ciieadle man who had the repu tation of being always in debt wt one thy iu a barber shop waiting to be shaved Ho was lathered when the done opened anil sv tradesman entered wire happened to bo one of tits largest creditors No sooner did the traosmnn sco fiti debtor than ho angrily des tin uled iris money The debtor composedly begged him not to snake a scone Wont you wait forth money until I am shaved he asked t Certainly said the other pleased at the prospect The debtor then made the barber a Witness of the agreemont wiped the lither from his face and left the short fHe wore a beard to the end of hisJday London Answers 5 00 Reward or For the return to me of my dndog She is white and brown slY l sbaggIOUIS WEATHO ct r Texas Rates Lowered a J nJkets to Points in Texas Arkansas Louisiana CDndian JftorY and Oklahoma will be sold by the Cotton CBelt one first and third Tuesdays of each month it I aboutof the usual rates Three weeks return limit allowed on going trip as nhero you Wit to no and we W11 ten rf1 tte exaet f a bests awl cena rs a mepiero tic edu w hr Juur t fl I TStPrsT Aroua te6te11r abetterpr eeturau werinsi o routor li4one iraled bonder iroue iu UtE alllllbrvvsh Texas WlU a Caesa AgentCentralW LaBEAUME Gen Pass Ticket Agent St Louis Moo 1 I LOW RATES TO TEXAS 1 1 The famous Lee Line of 1e I his I wi1soou add another magnificent steamer to it fleet of popular and successful boats Captain Fd J Howard has just completed tho Stacker Luc nd sho will be out ou her maiden trip for Memphis iii n few days There has been no rainfall iu this sec tion for the past fifteen days Adjutant Gciioral Murray lana fenced an orderhsltandingthoFulton military company known as the Murrayt GuardIf I tI 1 goortI Sim to f j J AI n blL O CC i J i HtmtHtrb I Mrs Sue McCraekeo of Huntingdon f eau is tho guest of Mrs Loa Wells i k I PJ tiitIPJt CM Unden +roodand lady from theCt SfftXt tended the cbircherviee erdundayStow i at bain price at Sh o6 Store RiCE t NAY LOR chit lit the Ooariw office and see the i theCurtai hJIP Vatt I youngdaughterHiknlanl1ondlr i Mr Drew Lnten one of Fulton i1 countys bust farmers wa in Hiektuan I Wcdneedfly on bminees I peeId values m summerr lerftrand tticr Shoe Story RICE X Y LORII k The IJtekaou Commercial wiU tagiii a new career Sept liU1 Send for eftUdogtie J hCh snis slio4s Oxfords and 4iP 1ten at SboISlore RICE NAYLOR Mrs SpWi Havocs and daughter Miss GertrtJfte fe Yis ting relatives in HuntI log4WitTsttnMrImt nui of Kipley TenD pftersjeroral weeks visit to relatives in QicktiMU returned home Tuesday Dkaoo Normal College Dick SOB uOun under its original manage iticDt JBdowif better work than ever Mfcjfcil II Urevard who hat been visittttft for Myernl weeks in Robertson country Tenn returned hume Tuesday Aifcniey TOib Shelburue one of the abletfclimyers in the State WitS in Hick man t0ndy looking alter the inter is q tltlents- Mr Tpmw C Wearn formerly with the Styrhsr one of the cleverest men and bjffriiU round printers is now with the PiBgreljt Urauite City ill Thejliptfct Sunday Schoolenjoyed a piewfttfU Rings Pond Wednenday A boatiHTw biwket dinner wan served i and tl ekfltlreu and mauy of the Older r M lied ft must pleasant day It o L1S good mules one brood pare I Harming implements 11J L D TtlRHHLni Ca ATmet Parker Cotuuodtre- sjfUi9T Tube HnddlfStol1 and otla Fulton pad through II or several 1iv = titnni on tIike j Rogers S 1111 VNiill rircivi Fresh huttl r raekI I litsf f4 1lbtye13 L the LHckflon Normal College Studnfor w catalogue to T I1 Log ginftftpfcsae run A oRr ice smooth bull for sale apply to Tr C L KOBK- Yo fltt ladies Lave a separate huitd InK ft18rtw1I cared for at the Dirk slat Nffunul College Prpfjbrew Luten of this County has begirt ted A8tfut Principal of the Cir n Ky school with the chair of Latur and Mathematics IfcirrTSjue and Bran Dane at GraftS S hu E dy Tha dane and ice cream unuemViU becoiilinufd ut night Good olun pleasant tiutt tu all IIj xaiuinutioii for appointmentsI to S college will lIse hdId at the the t Ilonrte at Hickman Friday July The examination will be com pet i DOHA M SMITH Qu supt IAN 18XCKPTIUNAL Nice 1of Perfumes Toilet Waters sun raJetla Powdrrn Par Powders INtc i bt found at Sway ecs Drug- Ito OulKjpQiidar Jim Parker i ion the Luke Jpi week chaperoning a Fulton fi hin nrty The IfS fish he catches the bitjiar fish stories hell t11I and he an tclTttoiii good outs Theres no lnltur UearUMl man on earth than Jim i Iirker Mtty the Kirts all kiss him and liedfftil miss him Hader A G Freed pr ident o- fIlortdn Robertson Christau College I IwII Suudiy at 11 a m lKid r Fn ed iis I le iittKlbjr his brethren a flllt uf th itl tprcnchersand tinest delators in t he Iirisljnn HriHh rhoo l Every h h1Irdhtly ipvtted Mrs Martha Fixtr a wkr nf the hie Ifat Wall anti formerly a resident of litltnu Conoty now of Tmll TxajJ i was in ITiciuian Monday Kh has ittfH away 40 year surd hr visit to IKT od borne b autrkcH with uinih plotsun tneWint rwfaivis rind earl IIIt friftuK but also much sadness over the great changes The colored people tf Hituiiii are lprepttrinj tn e4ebrtte the Kmin ipi tinn Day with the UHMII of Cannon anti ev PJV other HiTont atiiiiifiit of gloriti expertrmin RtflnuiboatH will run excurrn rv din Hl lutes rate oa railroad bo NEW MEDICAL JOURNAL NEE- DREPRESENTATIVE iN THIS LOCALITY DOctOr 154 East 72 Nw Qrk N Y Farm For Sale lO trM uwiriy ail iar 1Od1 im okmanAPPl f+ Irol Beds at Little Prices II ar But we want to create lots of interest in the stock during Jnly and we know of no better way than to offrr unusually good values These are all hand somest patterniirJch in design and finish andare really best of good values at tho prices quoted Et Full sized Beds from 250 to 1750 f STEPHENS SMITH Little Mis Ituth ln hanaii of Huji kiusville Ky is visiting her Coiiin D NV Dickinson this week Jnly came in hot and dry and there has been no relief from the drought duce although there have been several cool and cloudy days Harry Tracey is watched by people allover the country He is the Oregon out law that is now being hunted by BO many officers Its only n matter of time when ho will bite the dust The gold watch found on the man i oilier wrested by the ShorllT of G rave County Raid by the prisonerto have been stolen from a lady in Hickinnu is sup posed to he the property of Mrs Mildred King Frank Thompson has sold his property old Hickman to Mr 11 T Davit Henry B Wilson the boss paiuter kipjn l ill own last weok leaving his i wo young partner in the lurch and other creditors lie was a first class liiiutcr hat app an aobto have been UluuhtQnufCuu rrltpbttta a t irni OO8 appointments to the State Oellogo will byCountyA lively interest exute ftO the win ners ItIS expected that the Hiclunni Water Works and Electric Light Plant which hns tjeeu undergoing n general relmuHne will lbe ready to resume business August 1st Mr and Mrs Olaud Walker Misses Nono Parks Ueswie and Ukinch Case and others left Tuesday night on the Peters Lee excursion to Cairo We learn tHAt Unpt H ATyler is buying additional real estate to Add to his home place ftTIt contemplates snch fur ther iinproventenls AH will make his place the most desirable in Fulton County Free barbecue will be served at the Court House tomorrow Saturday at 1 oclock on the occnftiou of the ApjH1 Itaut County Democratic Convention Little Panty Weatherly has been routined the past three weeks with slow fever With tile good help of fJrs Hubbnrd and Curlin she is now improving Mr J W Lusk and Mis Emmn DnncMin were iiiafriwl at the Court Housi Judge Konrby i erformin j the jereiiiony Wednesday evening Jnly 10thMr and Mrs Albert M Prater of Panle Valley I T are expected to visit their relative Mr and Mrs J W Bland next week It is suppose that about 900 saloon will bcv licensed in Lotus rile this year full as the annual rhargo for each is 1150 our mc tropolis will receive from this KourceS 135000- TELEPHONE VS CHURCH If it IK to become the vogue to rig up tbt tttelhone so ns to t7i people to remotii at home and listen to the sor tnotis tf their pastors very row if any ueople will go it church and tho next step wilt ho to dvponso with the rhruehts and have the jmstor deliver his s rtnuu in his sUidy In that event he iuiigreRjtJion might go to sleep wit hunt nui oyiiir anybody else or tho ItilllistlTCKAXK1 i I nv CIUAIUvTTiJ Atlompts to Kill Nether and Family IofI City wot t insane yesterday from the use of oigaretts and arming himself with a pair of ruvolvrrs started on the warpath to kill eve y tine who canto in contnct with him AMrs McDowell and child went for tlu huriff who in com nay with Jo Mutt dams and the elder McDowell rant to the house to disarm and arrest tin son In order to save the lives of the mother and others Mr McDowell shut tho young man in the calf of the Jlet The hot wus intended to frighten him and had the desired I affect This morning the young roan was taken to the insane asylum Cash Book Stare Splen lid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co PLOW POINTS GeorgeBucksor 25 cents I rJOIJNrI IGanerah GboO sOt Deistlebrinks stand East Hickman Keeps all kinds of Groceries Family Supplies mdjj HOTTER EGGS OIIICIE f fA SPECIALTY i IIIIGoods t I Delivered Telephone Free No 89 J J LITHOGRAPH WORK i Litho Letter Heads Litlio Note Heads j Litho Bill Heads Litlio Envelopes- At as low prices ns can be done anywhere at- Courier Office ATTENTION FARMERS Sivayne the druggish has a fine ffnide of Machine oil at JOe per gallon CHOIS IX KEXTUCKY The crop bulletin iissued by the Weather Bureau for the week ending yesterday says in part progressduringed nipidly Wheat threshing shows a slightly bet ter yield than was probably a little qualityCornfavorable conditions in the future should make ono of the largest crops produced in several years Tobacco is starting oil rather slowly especially in the dork tobacco countries in the west in tho Burley districts it is doing con siderably better The acreage is de cidedly less than usual Oats UfO being harvested nuda goal crop is reported The hay crop in the central and eastern counties is better than ex growthSorghumGardens are generally in fine condition aredrQPlillttcrop The peach crop will bo almost a Failure Blackberries are very scarce urohccominuredamagingCorn crops in Fulton County suffering for rain Convention July IH The convention to nominate a Doni ratic candidate for Judge of tho Court SaturdayJulyote your choice Ir- s rvM J nI fipp k 1 1i i t 1t 1 j t 1 Ii t 1yr r if- Y i f 2 a r- i I to 4 r ti srtsrS Y I c e f t r t ic iff 4 z- a t 4 Tile1illlCkman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher UICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 CURRENT TOPICS s Trade schools may be established at the Indiana reformatory New York is making progress in abating the smoke nuisance Wild canaries were not yellow orig finally but green or gray In color Miss Henrietta A Kelly of Charleston S C has gone Into silk culture A complete set of new stamps has been ordered for Orange River Colony In the United States newspapers appear printed in 24 different languages- A 50000000 combine is proposed of 50 glazed kid leather plants in the east Residents of Buffalo N Y use more water than any other city in the worldAmong new surgical instruments Is a steam saw for removing diseased parts of the liver Tigers killed 357 persons and panthers 295 last year in the Indian central provinces The annual crow hunt of the Elkin HI Gun club resulted in the slaugh ter of 1396 crows Horace Greeley could read a book or newspaper upside down He learned to do so when a boy Rev Dr John Bancroft Devins and John A Offord have purchased the New York Observer A watch that makes five beats a second makes 432000 a day or nearly 158000000 In a yearMSeven clergymen and 16 lawyers are Inmates of workhouses almshouses llh Yorkshire England Bamboo in Java makes an effective poison the hairs on the young root being mixed with food i Science has no record of the dis covert of mercury history knows nothing of tbo discovery All the employes of tho Barnum Bailey circus now traveling in Eu rope are total abstainers Forchon lace of any pattern can now lie made by one machine owing to a0 recent invention In Vienna The price of medicine in Prussia is regulated by the state a new price list Ijeing published every year The butterfly invariably goes to sleep head downward on a stem of grass with its wings tightly folded Thousands of Londoners have taken on special insurance policies against smallpox ranging from 500 to 50 000The highest mountains In Cuba reach greater heights than any peaks Jn the eastern ranges of the United States The mosquito eggs are it is said hatched In from four to seven days according to the warmth of the weatherThe effects of violent emo tion are shown by hysteria and various forms of insanity in animals as well sis In man- Watchdogs are to be purchased and trained to accompany the police on their nightly rounds in Schaerbeck rear Brussels Berlin statisticians have found that 0 only 597 Christian names are employed for the 41000 children born there each year The sanitation of the city of Ahmer dabad India is so bad that fide mor tality is 70 per 1000 with n o epidemic to account for It The Fortieth Foot holds the distinction of having once been absent from England on foreign service for 33 years at one stretch Because she refused to wash a ba bys face a native nurse at Hong Kong has been fined S5 for disobedi once of lawful orders From China 460000 worth of human hair is annually exported It comes mostly from the heads of malefactors pauper and dead people The consumption of meat in Eng laud has reached the total of 113 pounds a head a year which is more than double what it was 50 years ago R H Alley of Seattle Wash has returned frog Australia where ho says he secured 1500000 capital to erect and operate a woolen mill in Se attleDr Patrick Manson the malaria expert mints out In a London periodical that malaria is far too frequently as sumed to be present In patients when no such taint exists Mrs Nevfi of Guernsey Channel Islands aged 111 Is said to be Edward VITs oldest subject Her birth Is on record in St Peter Port Parish church on the island Miss McKpover of Roxhury Mnss has resigned attar serving ns army nurse for four years In the Philip pines she was at the heart of one of the largest army hospitals in the islands All the new trains on tho Central London railway are to bo of fireproof construction steel and asbestos being largely Used Other precautions for the safety of passengers aro being taken Mary Etta Davis colored living with her great gnnddaughter Mrs Ellen Brooks at No 1200 New iIampshir- avenue Washington celebrated her 125th birthday Before a fire brigade can start fa n fire in Berlin the members must all fall in line in military fashion and salute their captain This proceeding wastes at least three minutes Capt LM Smith the first man who utretchcd wires across the state of Wisconsin in still living In Topeka Ran He has also made weather ob pervatlbna from a scientific stand irolct for the past 50 years MISSING STEAMERS No Tidings Received From the Port land and Jeanie Long Overdue Port Townsend Wash July 14 The steamship Oregon from Dutch Harbor July 4 brfs no news from the missing steairs Portland and Jeanie long overdue at Nome Many searching vessels have returned with absolutely no tidings from the over due steamers and the boiler comes more unavoidable that each has been crushed in the ice and all on board have perished The Oregon was forced to return with a jury rudder her own steering gear having broken down on the second day after the vessel left the sound The cutter Manning re ports that there is no truth In the rUe mor that the Jeanie blew up and sank at Nunlvek island Seattle Wash July HThe steam er Portland arrived at St Michaels July 2 according to a special dispatch received by the Post Intelligencer from Dawson The news was telegraphed up river to Nulato where the steamer Sarah brought It on to Eagle Thenco It was wired to Lawson The vessel is In good condition and the passengers and crew are well RECURRENT DEMENTIA Miss Ada Barker In An Insane Asy lum Recovers Her Mind Terrell Tex July HThe young woman Miss Ada Barker who was brought to the state insane asylum here by the sheriff of El Paso county a week ago In a supposedly demented condition has so far recovered that she remembers having left her home in New York during the latter part of ay for the Galveston carnival Alter reaching Galveston Miss Barkers mind Is a blank until within the last few days The young woman was well supplied with money on leaving New York and still retains a portion of It She has written relatives in New York apprising them of her whereabouts and condition Physi clans pronounce her case one of double consciousness of recurrent de mentiaKING VICTOR EMMANUEL He Pays a Visit to the Czar and Czar- Ina af Russia St Petersburg July 14 Emperor Nicholas 1L wearing the chain of the order of the Annunziata the czaro witch tho Russian grand dukes Count Lamsdorff the minister of foreign affairs the other cabinet minis ters and a number of officers greeted King Emmanuel of Italy upon his ar rival at the railway station here Sun day afternoon Preceded by a band playing the Italian national anthem a guard of honorLeBGortedtthelrfcmaJeBf t ties to the palace where the czarina and dowager empress welcomed King Victor A banquet In honor of the royal guest was given in the hall of Peter the Great In the palace at which the cabinet ministers the members of the Italian embassy and high court dignitaries were present GEN THOMAS J MORGAN Succumbed to Kidney Disease at His Home In Yonkers N Y New York July HGen Thomas J Morgan who has been 111 at Yonk ors where he lived died Sunday aged 32 Death was due to kidney disease Gen Morgan was born in Franklin Iud At the outbreak of the civil war ho enlisted as a private and rose to thu rank of brevet brigadier general President Harrison made him commis sioner of Indian affairs At the time of his death Gen Morgan was secre taI of the Home Mission society of the Baptist church The body will be taken to Rochester N Y for burialIMont Pelee in Eruption Fort de France Island of Martin ique July 14 Saturday night and Sunday Mont Pelee was In eruptionI the activity being as great as that of Saturday and Wednesday last Morne Rouge Ajoupa Bouillon and Maconia were covered with cinders forJseverala dense column of flame and at the same time electrical phenomena were observed The eruption was accom 1 panied by a deep rumbling resembling continuous thunder Catholic Mass Meeting SGrandI mass meeting of the Catholics wasjj held here Sunday night to protestII against the United States forcing the friars out of the Philippines All the BlsholRichter Tien Tsln to Be Restored to China Peking July HThe foreign minI isters to China have agreed upon theIconditions for the restoration of the government of Tien Tsin to China and these conditions only await the sig nature of the Italian minister The Santa Fe Strikers Cleburne Tex July HThe Santa stateo ment that the engineers have prom ised not to handle locomotives on mar chinists now beingwjraported to take the places of the stwTkers Training Ship Mohican Seattle Wash July HTheUnited States Training ship Mohican arrived at Dutch Harbor June 23 out of fuel and short of food supplies Shoo replenished sailing June 30 for Honol- ulul TIBBBLE CALlITt Many of Lives Were Lost ly an Explosion in a Mine Two More VictimsOccurred MakIngUp to Date 114 Johnstown pa July njohn town has again been appallingdisasterIt is only less awfuloflifeconsequencesIt sorTWIndesoIatlbyplacenrolling mill mine under Westmont hilt at 1220 oclock Thursday afternoon Johnstown Pa July 12FrIday- was a day of heroic rescues at the ill fated Cambriaexperiences attend the efforts of the 40 Grave downIntowith very faint hope to spur them that still they might be In time to restore to life some of those who are entombed thembutswayed with the noblest of human pur posesThe reward of their efforts was the saving of the lives of 14 of their fel againIntolIVinfamiliesDead and maimed homes were located but no effort was made to bring them out of the vast theater of death putforwardsoul might escape their std That done the dead were attended to and put in tram cars brought up and exposed to morbid gaze while being transferred to wagons in which to be taken to the morgue Eighty seren dead bodies were recovered from the mine between daylight and nightfall Still a party of officials and miners battled on three miles Inside the mine Occasionally word would come to the surface by some mysterious means that another heap of remains hal been exposed to the vision of the searchers Johnstown Pa July HTwo more deaths of rescued victims from the Rolling Mill mine have occurred since Saturday night Early Sunday morn ing John Sehr and Yasante Sibolia died at the Cambria general hospital These men were among the six living last brought out of the mine Friday afternoon of which four others have died These deaths raise the total fa talities to 114 although the company conrof the record Most interest centered Sunday In the funeral services which were scat tered throughout the city The black cloud of mourning was heaviest over Cambria City where the foreign population dwells Scenes of sorrow in this section were repeated but only with sterner force It was a grim fete day in which the number of the participants was augmented by throng- the morning trains brought In The outsiders came from towns within radius of 50 miles or more These i Is jitors spread themselves out In squad- and took In the various points of Interest J associated with the tragedy The foot of the tramway leading up to the main pit mouth all paid a visit Hundreds gathered there at a time iin the vain hope of seeing newly discov eyed bodies brought forth to gratify their curious gaze All the churches of Johnstown paid more or less attention in their morn ing services to the disaster Collec lions were lifted in many for the ben efit of the bereft families of the poorer victims Special masses were said in the Catholic churches The afternoon was devoted to funer als Incessantly processions moved out along Chestnut street toward the Catholic cemeteries near Morrellville The funeral sermon commenced at 2 oclock The church was filled witLr affecting expressions of grief Five coffins at one time were distributed tIn front of the altar At 3 oclock they commenced to leave for the cemetery As the throngs commenced to evacuate the church the bell broke forth Into wild ringing Around the corner at St Marys Greek Catholic church there 4iiire being held services for the dead simultaneously with those of St- tephens Further down the street the Cretans were having their Tune- als In all the foreign churches the congregations displayed emblems of their societies Variegated colors were worn by the women robbing the scene somewhat of its mournful character All Saturday night workmen dug graves in the Morrellville cemeteries By Saturday morning they had enough completed to care for the days arrivals i and for those who were taken to the cemetery entrance on Saturday and had to be stored In a barn tmt excavations could be made for them CapturedPanama Pas sengers who have arrived here from Costa Rican ports bring reports of the revolutionary movement fn Nicaragua They are responsible for a rumor that Bluefields Nicaragua has been cafr ared Death of a Giant Chicago July 12Lewls Wilkinc inbelghti 365 toIauyon Q braIn i i FELL INTO THE PIAZZA Famous Bell Tower of St Marks Ca thedral Venice in Ruins Venice Italy July 1SThe Campa nile detached ben tower of St Marks church 300 feet high collapsed Monday morning and fell with a great crash Into the piazza The campanile which was entirely detached from the cathedral collapsed where it stood and Is now a heap of ruins The cathedral and palace of the Doges are quite safe but a corner of the royal palace was damaged Repairs of the campanile were to have been commenced Monday It is feared there were some loss of life The ruins are surrounded by a cordon of troops The first Intimation of danger was the sudden appearance Sunday of a longitudinal crack In tho corner of the wall facing the clock and breaking off two windows A concert which had been arranged to be held on the piazza Sunday evening was stopped by order of tne prefect with the object of preventing a concourse of people The ruins are piled up to a height of 100 feet and tIlLiazza di San Mar co and the adjoining squares are cov Bred with debris and dust Some damage was done to the San Sovlno log get or vestibule on the east sldo of tho campanile The campanile stood opposite the church or cathedral of St racks It was founded in 8S8 restored in 1329 provided with a marble top In 1417 and in 1517 was crowned with the fig ure of an angel nearly 16 feet high The loggetta or vestibule on the east sine of the campanile was once a rend zyous of the nobilia and afterwards a waiting room for the guards during the sessions of the great council There were bronze statues of Peace Apolo Mercury and Pillar on the cop ing of the campanile and its fine bronze doors were much admired At the top of the tower a fire watchman with a telescope was continually sta tioned The municipal council hns decided to open a preliminary fund of 500000 lire about 100000 for the rebuild mg of the campanile and the Sansovino loggetta A public subscription will also be opened for the same purpose NEW CHINESE MINISTER Liang Chen Tung a Man of Imposing Stauture Speaks English Fluently Washington July 16lt is expected that Minister Wu will not leave Wash ington for his new post In China for some weeks His successor Liang Chen Tung Is now attached to the Chinese special embassy to the coro nation of King Edward headed by Prince Chun a son of Prince Ching who is the head of the Chinese board nf n n airs nn Ithexpecieo vo attend Ti or mrfPfIs mon in August Prince Chun Is to return to China by way of the United States and the officiate of the Chinese legation are not prepared to say whether the new minister will take up his duties at the legation on his arrivel in the United States or go to China with Prince Chun and return later to Washington withsthe new minister describe him as a overasix feet in height and slightly Inclined withsthe greatest facility SPANISH WAR VETERANS The Encampment to Be Held in De troit Mich Next September Washington July 15Adjt Gen L C Dyer of the Spanish war veterans has received encouraging news eon corning the coming enCampment of the Spanish war veterans in Detroit next September President Roosevelt will receive a hearty and fraternal wel 1itcome from his comrades The dat j of the encampment is September 22 23 24 and 25 The president will be there the 22d and after viewing th parade will make an address TG Spanish war veterans now have 145000 members in the United States MAJ GEN WHEATON Retired From the Army Having Reached the Statutory Age Washington July I5Maj Gen Lloyd Wheaton closed his active millt 1tart career Monday having reached the statutory retiring age of 64 years He Is at his hOTe in this country where he recently arrived from the brhis retirement already has been anticit pated by the appointment of Brig Gen John C Bates now commanding the department of Missouri at Omaha Gen Chaffee Relieved Washington July 15Gen Chaffee has been relieved of the command in the Philippines and ordered to the command of the department of the east by an order issued Monday b Secretary Root Maj Gen George Davis succeeds him as the commando itat the United States forces in tho Phil ippines Lord Pauncefotes Remains Southampton Eng July 15The United States rmored cruiser Brook lyn from Annapolis July 1 having on- board the remains of Lord late ambassador of Great Britain at Washington arrived here Monday morning Strikes in Cuba Havana July 15 Twentytwo trades unions of Cienfuegos including tli longshoremens stevedores cooks coach drivers and bakers unions hart struck in support of the strike of the men employed in unloading timber SALISBURY RESIGNS A J Balfour Succeeds Him a- srmier of Great Britain The Main Reason of Lord Salisburys Withdrawal Is a Desire For a Quiet Life as He Is Well Advanced In Years London July HThe fact of the resignation of the premiership ol Great Britain by Lord Salisbury waa officially given out Sunday evening The prime minister laid down the responsibility of his office July IL Within 24 hours his majesty elevated- rM A J Balfour the governments chief representative In the house of commons to the position of premier The liveliest speculation is rife as to the personnel of the new cabinet The most discussed feature of the lending changes is the position of Mr Chamberlain tho colonial secretary who in many quarters has been regarded as the most promising candidate for the premiership- A reporter learns that prior to the acceptance of his new office Mr Bal four first hart an interview with Mr Chamberlain and then consulted with his other cabinet assistants This is regarded as assurance that the future relative positions of Messrs Balfour and Chamberlain will be satisfactory to both Mr Chamberlains friends say 1 he always recognized the reversion of the premiership to be Mr Balfours right as government leader In thtj 1 house of commons As to Lord Salisburys withdrawal the main reason is considered by all the best Informed persons to have been ilimply a desire for a quiet life on the jpart of a man advanced In years whose activities have been unusual and whose scientific tastes predispose him to study and seclusion That the retiring premiers health has failed to some extent is undeniable but this is not more than perhaps is to be expected in a man of his years and the close of the war in South Africa and the return of the commanding genlrt ni there is considered to be an appropriate time for his withdrawal- It is learned that Lord Salisbury in resigning expressed the desire that no new title or honors should be conferred upon him The retirement of this last great statesman of the Victorian age Is universally regarded as the transition from one generation to another and as marking the close of an era in tho national life London July i5Klng Edward received Mr Balfour in audience Mon day at Buckingham paiace and delivered to him the seals of hisoffice and the privy seal J lltoulWwas1londaCormal1y greeted ift Great Britains premier and the new regime began its work The momentous change was marked by on ly one dramatic incident namely the resignation of Sir Michael Hicks Beach from his post of chancellor of the exchequer Yet this lack of out ward show and public prelude to a new chapter in English history Is by no means representative of the distur bance which the sudden transition created among the undercurrents of political life It Is safe to say that Sir Michael HicksBeach is only the first of several whose names have fig ured largely before the public In the last half century and who now will disappear from the political arena Iypth- ing absolutely definite Is yet settled but the unionist party expects shortly to hear of tho resignations of Earl Halsbury lord high chancellor Lord James of Hereford chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster and Earl Cado gan lord lieutenant of Ireland IN SOUTH AFRICA is Predicted That Peace Will Not Last Two Years HHiDoerel otgar visit He says in his opinion peace wiltl not last two years In the Trans vaal The arms turned into the Brit ish are worthless and good ones have been buried saysEnglanaisEnglishmenithe sere s too hard the latter will rebel + MachineryBerlin received here rom Warsaw says the agricultural sotfeties of Poland are negotiating with American manufac turers direct forbc purchase of ma chinery cxcludingAhe German middle men This step is bA yeved to be aimed at South German machinery This May SeWe It Unitevote for a general strike ate national iedianapolisTnext week Without tot voes of the heImpossiblemen Plot Against President of Uruguay Montevideo Uruguay July u President Juan L Cuestas of thence discoveemfAsbceymilitary officers are under arrest Deposed the Admiral 14Thee command of the revolte refusal to boy rite orders of the provisional gar meat of Haiti I supreme Court Snutalns the Poflfe Ease TradeMark BufPalo witn costs and a full accounting of sale manufacturer Clarks Foot Powder and also against a themfromowderl which is declared in the decision of the Court an imitation and infringement of FootEase the powder to shake into shoesAllen matlFootEaseaocainst others who are now infringing on lawrightsSenator 1roitors Finest Speech tilefaneatonlyfourSenatoroars seuntorlieto vote unless he has made 5000 trading befeiqProctorrotebieagointer Sociable cllwtU remarked FArm- er Korntop at the zoo this here lion pears to be real 3oodnaturc Mtkbo FagRMted his good wileceils one o them social lions ye read about in the paP rs Philadelphia Press To Cure a Cold In One nay AUdruggistsA propensity to hope and joy is real1 riehr One to fear and sow real poverty Hume Pisas Cure is the best ihdieine we ever nodhmgsmladFebEducation is mitigated i OhkeChi sago Daily New- sKIDNEY TROUBLES Says1hatEasily Cured by Lydia E Piiikhams Vegetable Corn poimd verydiscourngedfered so long with kidney troubles and other complications and had taken so much medicine without relief that Ibegan to think there was no hope for me Life looked so good to me but what is life without health I wanted to be well lUiS LOUISE JL GIBSON Vegetableme well and that is why I gladly write you this and gladly thank you six bottles was all I took together with your Pills My headache and backache and kidney trouble went never to return the burning sensation genernlhealthand light and happy as at twenty LangleyAvetestimonial not genuine If you feel that there is anything at all unusual or puzzling about your case or if you wish confidential advice of the most experienced write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and you will be advised free of charge Lydia E Compoundhascases of female trouble ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FacStmlle Wtapper Below IIT ItI I CARTERS17TLE IVERPILLS FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR IILIOUSNESS FOR TORPli LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION rim SALLOW SKIN rOI rttrrnMrlr1urI OKVZrrE HUCTNAVt NAIY e 2sII Purely VeretaWe ioG CURE SICK HEADACHE OLD SORES CURED MIen Lleertne rlenbnralatinlarfhEIen ltemrlaltkrrs tukI I wlgetaate PIUM WHISKYandotherdnJhabits cured Wo want theSt I Cases Uook and references PKEE JtrWOOLLEr noz u AUaaw 4 a FAILStCretodrorrb ts I r r- f i r J 4 fa r f r I i I i s r I i r r i i i l t t t r t j i I r FREIGHT mmt Their Strike is Still On and Chicago Business Sufferl An Effort Will Be Made By the Com mission Men to Haul Their Own Freight From the Rail way Yards Chicago July 15Whl1e the whole tale business of this city is almost completely paralyzed and while its business men are suffering a loss of 11000000 per day the striking freight handlers and the railroads are in a deadlock and announce their intention to fight to the finish over tho question of onehalf cent per hour per man or a total of about 500 forever 24 hours this sum being di vided on one side between 24 rail roads and on the other between 10 000 men- The situation Monday night was more serious than at any time since the commencement of the trouble andl at no time since the walkout havsi points at issue been so obstinately maintained Three times Monday the freight handlers sent committees to meet theI general managers and three times they came back without result Late in the afternoon a meeting of the majority of the produce corn mission men of South Water stre t Was held and it was decided that oe cause the strike was ruining business an effort would be made Tuesday by the commission men to haul their own freight from the railway yards Fear lug a general tumult in the down town streets such as followed the moving of meat in the recent pack on strike the commission men call ei upon Mayor Harrison and Chief of Police ONeil and were assuredI that police protection would bt given them Tho strike reached the rioting stage Monday evening and it was only after the police had charged on the crowdI vepoatelly and arrested 11 men that a semblance of order was restored Eight policemen who were sent with two teams from the Western Electric Ca to tll2 St Paul freight house at anvil avenue and Union street wero rraMo to extricate the drivers from tlc iocket into which they were forcedI ly angry teamsters A riot call sent to the stations was responded to by i east wagons of patrolmen and after a fiorre conflict with the obstructing crowd the wagons were rescued andI the drivers bruised by missiles wer alp to reach a place of safety At 2 oclock Tuesday morning a con Terence between the national exccu lye board of tho Teamsters union Tears Owners association Freigh- Handlors tj union Chicago Federatio- Iof Labor and the Truck Teamsters executive committee resulted in a new proposition that will be presented to the railway managers Tuesday I the new proposition the freight handlers agree to accept the wage schedule as presented July 1 with tho following concessions First elimina tion of probation second t time for overtime for all employes who are charged for lost time third 174 cents per hour for truckers Omahjfc Neb July 15Unless the railroads entering Omaha agree to schedule presented by the freight handlers there will probably be a general l strike The men have made de mantis for an increase of half a cen an hour and recognition of their union which has been refused up to this time Several conferences were held Monday but all failed to bring about a settlement President Curran of the Freight Handlers union an inounces that in tho future negot a tions must be conducted with officers of the union and that failure to settle the differences will result in a general walkout BATTLESHIP ILLINOIS Went Aground at Christiana and Will Be Docked For Repairs Washington July 15The navy department Monday afternoon received 1 a cablegram from Rr Adm Crownin shield stating that the battleship IlliI nois went aground Monday while e tering Christiana harbor The admiral said that both engines were backed but not in time to prevent tho dlsast and that the Illinois will have to doc lCd for repairs The Peary Relief Ship New York July ISTho Peary r0 diet ship Windward finished load her supplies late Monday afternoo and sailed away She passed quaran tine at 740 p m The Windward wit go direct to Sydney C B where sht will take on coal and then head foi the Arctic region Mrs Peary and h daughter will join the ship at Sydney Carnegies Gift London July 15 Andrew Carnegie has given 10000 to Eastbourne Sussex for the establishment of a libra 3 for which the duke of Devonshire ha3 given the site- McGoverns Training Quarters New York July 15Sam Harris e gaged quarters at New London C for Terry McGovern where McGovof will train for his fight with Yojf l Corbett which Is set for August McGovern will begin trainingII Monday The Queens Condition Cry the Brussels July lSThe quco has Belgians Marie Henriettey from lccenUIeartnJreported to be better hjbritical J relapse and her conditlo THE VENEZUELAN WAR The Revolutionists Are Approaching Puerto Cabellc Washington July 15 Minister Bow en considers the situation it Venezuela such that at the rcquesirbf the state department the navy depart ment has decided to send an additional ship to La Guira Tuesday and upon the arrival of the Marietta at Kingston Jamaica for which place she sail d Monday from Cape Haytien she will be met by orders to proceed to La Guaira The Marietta was under orders to go to Colon to relieve the Machlas The Topeka which has been at La Guaira sailed Monday for Cura Boa via Puerta Cabello The navy de partment does not believe the Marl etta will be detained more than a few days in Venezuela and will be able to tarry out her original orders to relieve the Machias Tho only explanation at the department for dispatching the Marietta to La Guira is that Minister Bowen may need her for purposes of communication Willemstad Island of Curacao July 13 Advices received here today from Venezuela that 900 revolutionists un der Gen Penalosa are approaching Puerto Cabello a city of tho state of Carabobo Venezuela and that 400 men from the local bands are now con centrated near El Pallto The Venezuelan government has fortified and entrenched Puerto Cabello An at tack on that place by the revolution lets is expected shortly If this occurs the city will be shelled The German cruiser Falk and the Dutch cruiser Koningin Regentes have left La Guira for Puerto Cabello Port of Spain Trinidad B W L July 13 by boat from Barcelona President Castro has taken command of the Venezuelan troops at Barcelona The force numbers about 3900 men President Castro found the troops in a destitute condition and has spent the time since taking command In reor ganizing them and they now present a much better appearance President Castro asserts that he will have crush ed the revolution headed by Senor Mates within 15 days Tfhe revolutionist forces which were marching on Caracas and Rolando from the neighborhood of Barcelona have ceased their advance and retired They apparently do not intend to ac cept battle in that vicinity but to force Gen Castro to engage thorn nenr Urlea or further In the interior where the country is very uneven easily de fended and well known to the revolu tionists Into this trap the revolu tionists believe Gen Castros impetu himeThe rebels are receiving reinforce meats dally Hernandez Ron is reported to be coming with 100 men from Pascua and Gen Lorenzo Gue vnra with flOOfroni PJcitll durlnnthe next week will it is believed de tide President Castros future To predict the result Is impossible An manynplaces Carupano was evacuated yesterday by the government forces and was iim mediately occupied by the revolutionl fistst TRAIN HELD UP The Work of Four Masked Men on th 1Dcnver Rio Grande Road Denver Col July 15irafn No 31 dfc the Denver Rio Grande road waft held up by four masked men at a pointt renown as Mill Switch two miles east of Chester at 850 a m Monday They blew open two safes in the bag gage car and demolished the sides and roof of the car The express compan advises that no money was lost the mail car was not molested All the passengers were ordered to go t the rear of the train and get on to tb ground After using three charges r dynamite the robbers succeeded11 opening the safes and took then tents They then went back ttno passengers and relieved them oftnclr money and jewelry Many of V Pas uyclrystingersand transportation into the ass and rocks An engine and coatwill be returned to the gers in order that recover IItheir property thelOne of the remarks 1 who didto Engineer Rtf not understand what 1f said and be repeatbohis remarks the rostruCk a blow with a Wlnctr rifle breaking Roland will bethe stock of the able to handle engine Jhh to badlynbI I swollen L HeavAbulities and Assets Tex AGalvestFallsUmsteadnetted with the Iaalman 0er anI apenhere with lIabiU titian tiestheCinclnscresden Steubenville and ti nars 0 Bloomington and Min cryy Rapids Ia are 4n for large amounts r Married Her HalfBrother- n Jefferson City Mo July 15Mrf yftfaggie Wagner of Russellville killed herself with carbolic acid after learning that the man she marked three months ago was her halfbrotyVr from whom she had been parted from child hood Cuban Development Co Trenton N J July 15Acertifi cato of incorporation was filed with the secretary of state here Monday by the AmericanCuban Development Co capital =4OODODO The company Is au thorlzcd to develop lands inI Cuba DEFEAT OF THE PRESIDENT 1 Chief KxfcutlTC 1 Foiled liy the Machination of Micnr Trust Iteitiiullcnn The defeat of the Cuban reel procity legislation is n great blow to the administration of President Roosevelt Iris attempt to coerce congress to du his bidding liifh he emphasized in two messages to that hotly has been spurned by a Inrge faction of the republican party in the interest of the beet sugar trust It is now stated that the presidenti will call an extra session of con gress if action is not taken at the present one The members of the beet sugar faction in the house of representatives joining with the democrats have passed the bill reducing the 20 per cent on Cuban products with another section aide which was insisted on by the demo crats repealing the differential duty on refined sugar The rein h lican members of the senate found themselves in the same dilemma as the members of their party in the house of representatives They were compelled to tnke lic bill as it came from the house with the democratic antitrust section or take the re sponsibility of no legislation The democratic position is unique The members of that party voted in the house and were ready to vote in the senate for the presidents rec ommendation for reciprocity with Cuba Bnt knowing that this 20 per cent reduction on Cuban products would in the case of align r inure in a great measure to the benefit of the I THE NEWMAN IN CHARGE trust Utey compel at the name time tho repeal of the differentialI duty under which the trust ia allowed to collect about fi0 00t 0 additional1II tax from the American consumer and if the countervailing duties are multiplicte1 legislation if enact ed wjiulil probably aid the Cuban planter somewhat and would reduce 5ilht priee nf1lfillld sugar in till United States by as much or more as the sugar trust would gain on the 20 per cent decrease of duty it would1 pay on imported raw sugar from Cuba fhis double reduet ion did not suit thlsugnr trust nor did it suit its al Ids the administration senators tIC President Uoosevelt had really wanted to aid the Cubans anti strike blow mngnopoliea why he not recommend the reduction of the tariff on refined sugar equal to the advantage the sugar trust would gain by the 20 per cent reduction un Cuban raw sugar Ilavemeyer would not of course under these circumstances give a large check to the republican cam paign fund but time consumer of sugar in the UnittftI1 States would be benefit ted even if the collector for the campaign fund had to hunt from other trust quarters time necessary cash to make up the deficiency The republican organs nreq1Vtr exercised about revising the tariff and the republican lenders in congress have eclnred that it cnn only be revised by its friends nut as these republican friends happen also to be the friends of the trusts who are the chief bene ficiaries of protection the opportunity for the people to obtain relief from that quarter is a slim one The beef trust is laughing in its sleeve at the attempt of Mr Uoosevelts attorney general to stopI its exactions A giant trust with a capital of 300000000 is said to be organizing to include nil the pack i ing houses in the country If Mr Uooserelt would order criminal pro- eedings commenced how quickly he 1 could bring them to time I President Itonsevelt should cease to cherish the delusion that the breath of life still lingers in the Cuban tariff policy The foxy old republican Senators are merely wondering whether Jfillolnary Argus The ton of coalI the trust corn eels the miners to dig weighs 2700 pounds the ton sold to the coal I lenders is 2400 pounds the ton oldc io the consumer is 2000 pound sail the latter thinks himself lucky if beets that much J1 HOW FILIPINOS ARE TAUGHT dd1cntlonnld by Ocular K violence The thePhilippines EvenlugGhniunSauuartwohighlyconcerning islandsantiAmerican i andtIllhashllnus with the Idea of thevast progress the natives were mak thetestimony heIlOne1l1c1edchievous saysIoverworked tench ers In the States to get an appoint ment islightlegespatience one must have youteachGoodmorning the timethirdfourth month you teach them How are you and the firth Very well thank n teacherslucreteaching five months anti asjthe above ia the pupilsthe ers were notified last week that in view of their hart work during the pat five mouths they would be granted a three montims vacation with full pay Three for five is a good allowance but I fear that the p1Ipl1sI j will forget the vocabulary and the naughtScare lJIrpctImway is I goodII among the sol lersjthat the teachers had warned tho native girls to beware of the IIbOJsjn khaki as they were the scum time States Indignation meetings were held anti the teachers de ng1i81t111tfilled up with native drinks until he was fighting mad and he then start ed for the teachers residence for a contradiction apology or fight tlwroughlyscaredgreat courtesy They assured him lint thntUWroriginated Sonic of the pupils claim that howeverbutso again as they are now good and wise and when they speak of the soldier in the future they will think long and speak slowly lion IlcpiiMicaiiK Iove the fineAmbassador Choate and Whitelaw Reid our special ambassador to the Englishdonttriu nndsfrriplgpress reports from London state Much hutnorou nsinRignnntniiny Americans here by the fact that tile suralled American flags at Brooke houseI compos1Uon 3nri2uregltnJ with sOme amazement the ap parent ignorance of Mr Thoat and Mr held ns to the proper composition the3Cprospect of the l rated States becom ing the target fur British witticisms OH this wore and a movement is under way to jog Ithe memories of both am Gnssndors correction The steel trust gives out its profits for the year as nearly 131 QOOOOO 10000000 more than lust year anti vet this is an infant Indus try sucking at the protection bottle Vinich a republican congress has just throughthe afticinsathardly blame Secretary Root for dis Charging the few democratic clerks there1uttheleak tGrGG QtrGGvGGfFGte GGGtS trQrtGSr GGGCrtrG6 CiGirfiiliffri = A iv STATE ODDS AND ENDSe Qn q Y1 t ANOTHER DIG FEUD One Killed and One Wounded In the First Encounter Whltesburg Ky July 1IThe United States mallcarrier arriving here from Elkhorn creek ten miles from here in the Eastern part of Lotcher county tells of another shooting there in which one man was killed outright and one severely wounded For several years there has been a difference growing between George Potter aged 31 a notorious mountain tough and Bob and John Killcns near neighbors For six months they have been at daggers points and a clash had been expected momentarily A month ago Potter and his brother at tempted to assassinate the Killens but failed after firing six shots They never met again until Sunday after noon when the clash followed They met at a wayside store all armed to the teeth George Pottor the most fearless man in the lot opened fire on the Killens William Potter fol lowed a close second All their bul lets went wide of the mark The Kil lens burning with bitter hatred returned the fire and deadly volleys were exchanged for a few moments When the smoko moved away George Potter tho Elkhorn crook terror for many years lay dead on the ground while Bob Klilcns was severely wounded FIRE AT BURGIN The Town Narrowly Escaped Destruc tlonOne Man Severely Burned Burgin Ky July 12This town narrowlyI escaped being wiped out by lire Friday morning John Rowan n colored man who runs the gasoline engine for the Burgin Elevator Cot as endeavoring to start the engine Ho let a lantern down near the tank which exploded burning the beard from iris face and setting fire to his clothing burning him about the lower limbs He escaped cremation by leap ins into a tank of water close by and burying himself in its depths The elevator which is tho largest building in the town was enveloped in flames but the heavy metal covering saved it from destruction Hap it burned the whole town would have gone up in flames as it is situated in the center it the town and is surrounded by bus ness houses IN MIDAIR ousvlle ManEytrocuted While Repairing a Broken Wire Louisville Ky July 11rho elec tric light failed in South Louisville Thursday night and men wero sent out to repair the lines Thomas Roach found a break and climbed a pole to repair it He lost his balance and tailing between some loaded wires which were strong enough to support his body was electrocuted in midair His body was taken down with diffi culty and sent to his home at 15th and Market steets UNUSUAL RECORD Triplets Came Thrice to the Wife of Hiram Taylor Whitosburg Ky July 12Mrs Geneva Taylor aged 36 wife of Hiram Taylor a poor farmer at the Looney Creek Va mines a few miles from the Kentucky border gave birth to triplets all girls Thursday night Their weights were 4 5 and G pounds making a total of 15 pounds This Is the third time Mrs Taylor has given birth to triplets Childrens Bodies Recovered Newport July HTho body of lit tie Harry Bonnckessel was recovered at 10 oclock Sunday morning within three feet of where tho body of Mary Schworing was found the previous day at the foot of Clark street Day ton Ky It was burled In about four feet of sand with feet downward and head within two feet of the surface Tho children were probably standing on the sand bank when It caved In before the rising waters throwing them into the river Largest Boy in Kentucky Dead Paducah Ky July 14 Horace Lane the largest boy of his age In Kentucky If not in the United States tiled at his home in Ballard county Ho was 15 years old weighed 355 pounds and was six feet high No coffin could be rund large enough and a carpenter had to make one Run Down By An Electric Car Covington Ky July 14FredBanks 22 was run over by an electric gar in Rosedale and badly injured His leg was almost severed at the knee It was amputated later at the hospital Banks condition Is critical Bitten By a Copperhead Harrodsburg Ky July HMrs W IM Preston of near Cave City who was bitten on the hand by a copper head snake Is fn a precarious condi tion The safjda had got Into the house stove w yd and when Mrs Pres ton reached for wood It bit her Columbia Accidentally Ky July Shot 14Himselftt a young farmer went and while in a tree his carbine wastt enBeringhis body He may die fromII A DETERMINED EFFORT Owensbor Is Laying Plans to Secun the Confederate Home Owensboro Ky July 12Thls citj Is making a determined effort to so cure the confederate home provided for at the late session of the general assembly At a massmeeting of citl zensat the courthouse a strong com mittee was appointed which will en deavor to raise such an amount ol money and lay such favorable plans before the trustees of the home as will result in the selection of Owensboro for Its location A large amount hat already been subscribed and the com mittee believes that the necessary sun can easily be raised An option has been secured on sev eral tracts of land any one of which would be an excellent location for a I home Another thing that is urgedls the fact that there are so many ax confederate soldiers In Owensboro and Daviess county as to make the selection of this place most fitting for the location of a home CIRCUIT COURT DISCISION A Newspaper Plant is Not a Manu facturing Establishment Louisville Ky July 11Judge lm lor of the circuit court Thursday ruled in denying the claim of a certain creditor to a lien on the property ol the Dispatch Publishing Co that a newspaper is not a manufacturing es tablishment like a rolling mill or foundry as specified by the statuto The following Is from the opinion It Is true that a newspaper Is some times spoken of as a manufacturer ol public opinion but in using this dis scriptlon It Is not intended to convey the Impression that a newspaper makes or manufactures public opin ion foicsale in the sense that a rolling mill or foundry manufactures iron or iron implements or sale CHILDREN OUTWITTED Aged J Woodson Fassett Quietly Mar ried to Miss Emily Lane Mt Sterling Ky July ItThurs day night at the residence of John W Jones in this city J Woodson Fas sett of Bath county was married to Miss Emily Lane Rev H D Clark of ficiating Mr Fassett who is 73 years old has been a suitor for the hand ot Miss Lane many years his junior for several months His children object ed and last Saturday he attempted to take his life bye the morphine route after driving a knife five Inches into his breast He was given up to uie but rapidly recovered and the wed ding Thursday night Is tho result Fasset s children objected to the match but it seems they wero outwitted OPERATOR BLAMED Accident Near Bowling Green One Killed and Six Wounded Bowling Green Ky July 14 The third section of southbound freight train No 18 in charge of Conductor Campbell and Engineer Follise and the fist section of freight No 13 northbound with Conductor Peter Somers and Engineer Mike Crosby collided about a mile north of this city Saturday night with disastrous results Thomas Flippin head brake man on No 13 of Louisville had his head severed from Lady leg broken and badly scalded Six others wero injured It is said the loss to tho rail road company will be 100000 Tho L N officials say that the collision was caused by the operator at Smiths Grove inserting the wrong time in tho order Three Prisoners Escape Mayfield Ky July 11Three white prisoners escaped from the county Jail They were Tom Tinker Lea Golns and Norman Walpole The hall door leading to the back yard was left open while the deputy jailer was carry ing quilts from the cells The prison ers from the back yard climbed a 16 foot fence and made good their escape Frightened to Death Newport Ky July nMiss Ida Ka raping an accomplished and handsome young woman died very sud denly early Thursday morning at the home of her mother Fourth street near Overton Paralysis of the heart brought on by fright fro ma sudden flash of lightning had been fatal Charged With Infanticide Grcensburg Ky July 14Mrs Hundley who lives Just over the linen Metcalfe county who with her daughter and a man named Welsh was arrested some time ago for the murder of her illegitimate child was indicted Saturday in the Metcalfe cir cuit court for the murder of the child as was also Welsh Sued For Damages Hartford Ky July 12ElvIS Ste vens of Beaver Dam Ohio county has filed a damage suit in Hartford against Richard Jarnigan the postmaster of Beaver Dam Stevens alleges that Jarnigan went to his Stevens homo and made an improper proposal to Mrs Stevens County Attorneys Association Versailles Ky July fThe convention of the Kentucky County At torneys association at Estill Springs adjourned Friday afternoon to meet in July 1303 at Dawson Springs Ky 0 L t ii-i- i i- r i ii a r tr t r v 1re 3 t r i iel I els s t 7 1- ii rr- Vt r The tarmer grows the corn and the coruor grows the price The PrwmTeut finds time to go fishingK MCubauThe new bridge at Thebes over the MississIppiriver jnst north of Cairo n little ways is now under headway A scientist has figured it out that a young married couple can Ore on S10 a week It is not our understanding though that he advices anybody to try it After praying for a baby for forty years a New Jersey coujilo placed a small abnightwant ad in a news papernnd that I Prayer is all right says a- xchange if youre not in a hurryJ but for quick results nse printers ink Ib this whore you make trouble asked the little man ut who e elbow stood au aggressive looking womani This is tho Marriage license Bureau answered the man behind the desk Thais what I meant said the little man as he sighed and reached tutu his pecker for 2Uhicago Post pThisto tine you this year and oughtntIkhbladalpbtPress Will Ivey the young man who sac l deals disappeared from his home ueu Maylield two weeks ono is I now to havo been murders and his body buried in the woods Grout ex citemeut prevailsi 1 and warrantst have been issued agaiust twomou and thu I wilt be placed in jail to await further developments Have you any valuables you wish toi hol01clerkI i retire repliocltheOhio State Journal It is suggested that there is many a trust existing today that probably could not have been launched if the tx thedangerous4 r ot jinj trusts may be their own worst enemies and iif thd statesmen do not hurry clanthem the work of throttling them thev may kill themselves tterestutbut1 iis of the oleo who are controlling the present remarkable corn situation are from the West Some of them arc registering from New York now but Missouri Illinois and others of the Western gavethemforinltjatieat this important moment laThLfessed at a camp meeting He waoII pressed hard to repent and at last got Dear friends said Billt1 1 mtheywhatcant do it while the grand jury is iin session The Lord will forgive you shouted the preacher HI guess thats right said Bill but he aint on the grand jury=Grenada Sentinel Repulsive Features Blackheads pimples gressy faces and muddy compactions which are so com mon among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beauty disfiguring and making repulsive tignres which would otherwise appear attractive and refined indicate that the liver is out of order An occasional dose of Herbine will dense the sorrels regnlat- the hliver and so establish a clear healthy pr1ISOUTHKOUUIl SLEEPERS VIA MOBILE OHIO It R Between St Louis and Now Orleans St Louis and Mobile St Louis anwTacksourille Ask for tickets Y1llI ORR MEMPHIS MOKMM xuw gbreakdownsNews has overcome its obstacles and in now issuing a first class newspaper its local nows covers Memphis and special correspondents in all the Mem phis territory and gives the news of this section IllTheapnpear May 28th and each Wednesday thereafter Send for sample copies of the daily and weekly TELLING THE TRUTH Not long since a Missourii it editor announced that just for one issue he wouldI fvarnIshedf I from the issueoMarriedMiss Myrtle Rho j Stdess Saturday afternoon The jI lrulAwi ian nvdinniV townil rrirlT I t more than a rabbit abo t cooking and never helped her poor mother three days iin herlife She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a fat duck The j groom is well known here as i an uptodate loafer haSroad pbeenj all hi slife and donV amount to anything nohow i They will have a hard ii while they live together and- the News hastens to extend absolutely no for we dont believe any good can come from such a union c WORK ON LEVEE TO COMMENCE Memphis Teuu July 11 1002 trCtommissioners PSirAs you are pr ably aware the Mis Pissippii River Q mission has made u allotment of 20000 for the Levee District to be used in beginning the construction of the levee at Hick man and 1 have this day sent outt advfrtisements for this work the proposals to be opened august G This amount will be sufficient to do toutI work beginning at Hickwau The hrcrl tion of this work was recently mar edl out on the round by my amislaiut Engineer A F Kilpatnck and I hoje you and the othor CommuseioiMu will1 give tho wouldbe rontruciors any assistance in your power in showing them the line I have received through Mr Kit patrick information that right of way hut titreceive formally in writing from the oper otlicer of your levee commission statement that the neveneary deeds and papers for all of this Tight of way art actually in the hands of the levee commissioners ami Ithat there will be no delay cause 1 by thin nuttier This assurance should reach me nutjj later than UEustr respectfullyLCaptitin of Kughiwrs I TliQ Jov rumen t levee work at II is t1yofoarth Bids will be opened August Cth and must bo Hoished by Jan 31 0tI Capr Winslow expects contrttcturs t commence work by SuptlstLi NO I DONTtrFoolish as Miss Theodora Van Vyck of Washington must hue teen in too hastily consenting to ylit n minister marryrmind when the danger point had been reached According to the news reports this daring yontifj lady pro seeded with the marriage ceremony until she was asked whether she tooknman for bar lawfully wedded Imo I bandANo I deli tshe answered hisollserious enough business for me t toi I i i think it over With that she invited the minister and tho crestfallen would be groom to supper There wore 110 acceptances IIOITSlMIKbAKEK AKKESTEI Shoriir Geo Carpenter Tuesday ar vetted Hugh Scott colored at Wood Mills Tenn charged with break into the house of Will Hill colored and stealing 20 The offense was seal in this count on the farm u Luther Maddox RLENTX8FEXCIIEMENI U 6 Dltlll1lnerrhat do youI fothisdo to amuse yourselvos inI Merchant=To amuse our I selves Why theres some thing going on every night Monday night the Good Tom plare meet Tuesday the Odd11 I teet ayer meeting Thursday the brass band practices Friday the literary society Saturday the debating club and the choir practice andI e go down to the depot1 ti 1 J ev yerytrain E4rOt afnuse inents to blllllpTHE KENTUCKY BIRO LaW Says the Mayfield MesReugcr At the present June term oft circuit court Judge Robbins iin S charge to the grand jiry en thmeratc1e recent session of the Legislature which went into effect June IGth 1902 among others the law fur the protection of oui sangand iu jjecteating birds which act makes a fine of S 000 or imprisonment for not less o nor m re than 30 days1 or both fine and imprison ent in the discretion of the ceu for each wildbird killed caught or had in possession living or dead ther than a game bird as set out in the act or for having in posse ion or selling any part of the p tolumagelk ing or needlessly destroying or having in possession the nest nthtitthan a game bird THE BEST IS TilE CHEAPEST + Not how chap but how good is the question REPUBLICisfirstclass newspaper It prints all ttho news ythatou it all the year round you are osted on all the important and inter tbebestf1newspaper money anti brains Vau produce and distincuiKhiulr t dpiuCdtoI thefamihAnySJ will receive your subscription or ym may mail it direct to THE St Louis PAPER FROM CORNSTALKSI j 1305i1iorti oll Herald commented onII he scarcity of timber for ull in the United States stntingi that the paper make worktl will soon lie largely cleplnd jfoitjiibtnfortradel papers eommontepfOll lleheBstittttll 1 Iini 1 Canada are attracting the attemnmj of British rind fur eign capital which realize the great opportunitiesl 1yliich1 such investment offer1 Civile le Southern IndustaillReview said A material which nature may renew yftfirly must be discovered aiid acl algid to the trade and the most natural sources must be QtJhgL1CUIti i frriesess which have niinual1 luakk it best of paper helpudigesonIsptpinpainspaliv er complaints sorrel dillrtbre Such DrJtiuJt1JgentlethroughlIetUowgill PATIENT BECOMES MOTHER weliopkinsville man who for fifteen mouths had beer patient in the West Kentucky Itjanne sylum gave birth Sunday ton child u investigation trait been asked by tb auotherinmllte CUJIJIISSUSilt SiHTot Pnltoti Circuit Court Kontu ky I W L Alexander Et nIl EqriltvPetitionJ By virtue of a Judgment stfi8 Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit O url ren dered at the May Term tihoraof 1004 jin time allure ctlllse for divisiOand nIlI FultonCoontyfI r stile to the highest bidder al jMiblit auction on Saturday tho OAK day of July 1902 at 2 oclock p in 3r there mghteenIouths time loTlOwrnW a se CribedI Qri of Section 26 T 1 R 4tnUlraining 160 acres more or loss bOnndrd allows s on the North by the HnndH oft A Shuck on tho South i by tho lands of Mrs M T Alexander on the Vttst by the MrMortu antI rro1 OItdon th EeCurler and E U Carter For tho purchase price tho rijBrchuaer with approved surety or sSsuritie 1must execute Bond hearing jjkfal i int paidretam ofida Judgment Bidders will be prgparecL to comps promptly with these tionnMi K D LUTKN Commoer If a Man Lie to Yon 1And say sonic other salve iiien 11UncklensBoil orn 1 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and see me and Test 1lsa I am ageniV tht IRl PAINTS Not the cheapest in lrlut mostSdur- able paint made SimmonstHardware Com1aLol11St2IO I o CUE THREW- Hickinan A r JlZtztc j z I T I d ht M1a 4r F Vr f i- c s N r t t k s MTIIERHOOD OF GOD Rlationship Wliicii Exists Between tae Creator and the Creature Sermon 11 r the HlRliwny nnd II y way rrenehcr In Which lie Utters Son Plain Truth on n Popular Hat Fallacious Doctrine Copyright 1W by A N Kellogg News paper Co Chicago July 13 1M2 Text IJor as many aa are led by the Spirit of God they are the sons of God Var ye haze not received the spirit oZ bondage again to fear but ye have re ceived the Spirit of adoption whereby we cry Abba FathcrRom S1415 Universal Fatherhood of GodAs the progenitor of the human race God is its Father The relationship thus existing between God the Creator and man the createdis one of origin rath er than that of active association and fellowship That this is true is not due to any change in purpose or desiro of God towards the people of the world for lie is the same yesterday today and forever but it is owing to the prodigality of the human race which beginning in the garden of Eden with Adam departed from the Fathers house and iino longer worthy to be called the son of God Since the will of man was set up against the perfect and righteous will of God and everyman has sought his own way he has been in the far country feeding on the husks of the perishable things of the world while the Father sits in His house eternal in the Heavens awaiting the return of the prodigal whom He longs to receive Lack into the lot ing relationship f son The Fatherhood of God is universal in the sense that we are His off spring and that as Father lie longs and waits for the return of His way ward and selfseeliing children The Fatherhood of God is limited in the sense that only those who repent and return to the Fathers mouse by the way which He has provided are privileged to call Him Father and have aright to a place again in the family circle Man may reason and speculate all he pleases and lull to sleep thon science by high and broadsounding sentiments and subtle sophistries he may drag down to human levels Gods rove and Gods righteousness and make himself believe that he iis a son of God nnd entitled to n place in the Fathers House but when he comes to the ehn of himself he will find that he is still in the far country and that the father of his thought and reason was a God head graven by art and mans device Satan hoodwinked Adam into believing that he could erect for himself a god knowing good and evil and the father of liars has been at it ever rinse He doesnt care how beautifully you talk of the love and Fatherhood God or hole yoxi denounce him the devil if you only do not come to yourself re pent and return to the Lathers HouseAnd if while the world is talking of the universal Fatherhood of God it has no atom of truth on which to base its claim Gods Word comes and with its message of light proves the universal Fatherhood of God by the universal plan of salvation which it offers The testimony of Gods Word docs not seek to rob the world of a Father but gives to the world a Father if it will only accept Him on Gods reasonable terms For this is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation that Christ JJsus came into the world to save sin ners The fact that the world so stren uously argues its sonship relation to God and Gods Fatherhood relation to the world proves how much it rAlly longs for and needs the true Fathers love and care And Gods Word nnd this feeble message which we seek to deliver in the name of our lathewhich art in Heaven only longs to un mask the worlds false notion of the Fatherhood of God which would leave it at last naked and undone in the pros ence of the righteous Judge and give it a loving and forgiving Heavenly Father who sees the repentant child while he is yet a great way off and rushing out to meet him writes with the finger of His love dipped in the blood of His only begotten Son His full and free forgiveness and hushing his pleading to be taken back as a servant Ire reinstates him in his lost position and makes him n son indeed The Mark of Sonship Forasmany as are led by the Spirit of God they arc the sons of God Here is the distin guishing mark the livery by which we may identify those who have a right to turn their facet ipward and cry Abba Father And on the other hand the sons of men as distinguished from the sons of God wear the livery of this world and are ruled by the spirit of man which is in him In the second chapter of I Corinthians Paul develops this thought fully and shows that the natural man rcceircth not the things of the Spirit of God for they are foolishness unto him neither can he know them because they are spiritually discerned Fail are to recognize this important truth Is the fruitful source of error and false judgofe ways d encourages him to put his trust in the enticing words of mans wisdom rather than in the demonstration of the Spirit and of power Except an thencannotc t of eternal mayberas did Satan when he met our Lo in the wilderness and was forever vanquished we may be skillful enough to prop up manmade doctrine with the Godgiven Word we may with the elo quence and logic of an Ingersoll pnll ibe Bible to pieces and prove the mis tikes of Moses yea verily we may be able to move our audience of thou eloquenmanmades t UfY Word and yet not receive ono ray of light ourselves from Gods throne or glre out one single gleam that will light some poor dying soul to Heaven For God hath revealed theta unto us by ills Spirit for the Spirit searcheth all jnes yea the jpfThe And if the distinguishing mark of the sons of God is the Spirit by which they are led how does the working of that Spirit manifest itself Jesus on the eve of Ills sacrifice for the sins of the world told His disciples that upoft ills departure to be with the Father He would send Isis Paraclete or Kepre scntativc back to earth And said He When He is come lIe will convince the world of sin and of righteousness and of judgment of sin be cause they believe net on Me of righteousness because I go to My Father and ye see Me no more of judg ment because the prince of thin worldh is judged The attics of the Spirit is therefore threefold and in His operation on the human heart marks the sons of God First of all the Spirit is a sin convincer The world consciously or unconsciously is striving to getaway from this thought of sin Culture and in tellectualism would seek to lead the world to believe that it can uproot and outgrow sin The process of veneering the sinsick sinmarred world so as to make man presentable to mans eyes macs busily on in the workshopof Satan who is no more pleased with the disgusting rags of filthy wickedness than you are but is seeking to turn out a polished prod uct which he imagines he can hold up against the bloodwashed product of Heaven and God not detect the sham And Ho will convince the world o- fsinnot because it is a seething cess pool of crime and horrible vice but because the world bit polished ele gance and refinement believes not on Me the Christ False doctrine is insidiously at work rubbing the world of the Godsent rne sage that all have sinned and come short of the glory of God and again If we say that we have no sin we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us If we any that tSe have not sinned we make Him n liar and His Word is not in us The fundamen tal doctrine of one of the modernday false religions which is one of the antiChrists Gods Word declares hall become manifest in the last days lin that there is no such thing as slim and that the thought of sin only exists as a mistaken notion in the material mind of man Oh what heresy in the light of Gods Word which from Genesis to Revelation progressively develops Gods marvelous plan of salvation from sin Take away the Divine indictment of the world for sin and what further need have tvc for the Christ or His matchless sacrifice as the sinbearer of the world Again careless indifference and self ccntere l case ami gratification are blinding the worle and hindering the Spirit iu His work of convincing the world orsin This is what kept the prodigal in the far country and made him an alien anti no longer son of the fattier out of whose loins he had sprung In the far country amidst its sin and yet not conscious of sin I What a pitiable condition How day and night the heart of that father was wrung with anguish for that wayward boy How during the troubled dreams of the night and the anxious hours of the day his thoughts followed that boy as he went heedless and headlong to the miry depths in which the swine were wallowing Ah we who are fa thers can feel the fevered pulsation of that agonized heart and you young in whom is f qfatherhood stand yea all youngand old mothers and daughters are moved by time deep sorrow of that home Alit how the tendercst chords of the human heart arc set to vibratingi in minor strain un der the sad story S But turn you to a sadder picture and try to understand in faint degree what that sorrow iin Heaven must be as the Heavenly Father sees His sons in the far country an they turn a deaf car to His tender pleading to return home to the Fa fliers House- Undoubtedly the father el the prodigal exhausted every means at his command to win his boy back to the homeland and the old roof tree but God has done infiinitely more to win the wayward sons of men righttofor He so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life m the counsels of Heaven the Fath ers heart went out to the sons iin the far country and as Jesus the Heavenlybegotten Son of God saw the anguish of His Fathers heart He offered Himself as an Ambassador to earth lo win men back to God The Faithful Father And it was necessary Un t He should come and become a substitute for sinful man as lIe stood convicted of sin before the judgment seat of God after can tunes of trial and constant and repeated failure The prodigal son could not bring any of the filthy rags of the far country back to his fathers house Notice how he is stripped of his own covering and is provided with suitable clothing out of the fathers storehouse Man cannot come back to God wearing the liver of the world but he must be rdand be clothed upon with the right eousness which is of Gad through Christ Because the fa Ner of the prodigal was a faithful Jathcr he must needs remove all marks of the far country from the repentant boy Because God is a faithful Father He must needs remove every sinstain of the world before the sons in the far country tan be taken back attain as Fathersl1 I GodHehad as himAlttrees must have sent shivering through thespaces of the garden to the hearts of that guilty pair these words of the Codand thethorncoveredthe must have renlized judmentmoth for the first thebodyuponthebythethathandofhisneth it shall die That judgment of a righteous God cannot be altered It never has been alteredand never will willing thenCnlss One became sin for us and bore the thetreemight consequencesthe perfgat righteousness of God and the Spirit of God having con victed the soul of sin leads that soul out into the light which sees Christ as its Saviour and the way back fo the Fathers House and true sonship with God Gods Son in the world Gods Son on the cross Gods Son in the tomb Gods Son triumphant over death with the glory of the resurrec tion surrounding Him Gods Son ascended and at the right hand of the Father Oh how wonderful Gel help us to understand such marvel OtiS truths and time infinite llove that gave them birth Gods Son coma into the midst of the far country nnd lending the way buck Home to a Fathers love and cnre Yes for as many ns are led by the Spirit of CM realize their dead and lost condition in sin and turn to Jesus Christ ana Saviour and thus become trite suns ofGodSons of God Oh friend it vfil take the years of eternity to ridI upinmanner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us that we should be called the sons of God thereforethe world knoweth us not because it knew Him not Beloved now are we the sons of God and it doth not yet appear what we shall be but we know that when He shall appear wo feehiming1 to offer which can compare with this matchless provision which Goal tins made for man in finding his way back to Him and the glory and blessing of that Konship is not n fulitre hope beyond the grave but a present reality for our text goes ono declare ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fcnrJ Fearof what Fear of gin nnd Who else is there to fear but Satin For the whole world Beth in the wjiek ed one and because your adversary the devil as a ronring lion walfcth Idovourangel of light and would lend astray the very elect if it were possible f lPerCectlIp pose for a moment that the devil1 has everything his own way for the sons of God have not received the spir4of bondage again to fear Satan has no longer any claim on jou and can n otIf God take refuge in the One whochn- completely overcome him The Spirit lending you as a son of God bringsyou out into the light of His completed work in the soul as you realize th meaning of the third part of Ills mission in the world that of convincing of judgment because the prince of this world is judged Poor Christian on his way to tit celestial city seeing the lions in the path ahead was filled with fear and dread and hesitated to pass that pain until as he drew nearer he found that the lions were chained Blessed be God bdy ono They are chained here and now cant touch us if we stay in the Iand path and keep our eyes on Jesus our conquering Savlotin Dur ing the millennial age the devil is to h prniseGodof Satan in Gethsemane and on Cal vary Satan hns been chained from the sons of God and he cant touch them unless they backslide into the far country and fail to claim complete deliverance What Do you mean to theCllristian1 not buffet fit and ensnare my feed his hidden traps No I did not say that You cannot anfreery wasI butjwhothroughChristsay the text He has given us thatthe sons of God have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear We have to fight and fight desperately some times until the cold sweat stands out on our foreheads and everything fails but our faith in God and His promise that He will not permit us to be tempted above that we are able Yes we have to fight but not in fear ot Satan the enemy of our souls but in full confidence in Him who has won Spirtdh t halbeenfacetowardsS ourSlvioursAbbaFather bastoThe soul that forreposeI will foesThatshoulden gbakeIll BO never forsake- l r SCIENCE ANT INDUSTRYI In Algiers olive oil and naphtha have been used as dust layers since 1S96 In the interest of manufacturers time Canadian government admits coke free ofdutyCherry is the best wood for eboniis inu the counterfeit can only be def tested by an expert Science btu no record of the discov eryof mercury history knows noth ingof the discovery Germany shipped to this country in the first four months of the year 30 031 tons of steel rails and other iron against only 3485 tons a year ago The water of the artesian wells in the desert regions of southern California rises sometimes to the height of two feet over the top of a fourinch ironi pipe The purity of Japanese copper ob twins for it a market all over time world it having the highest known electrical conductivity of any specimens of this metal procurable Many steampipe explosions are due to waterhammer action In a late pa per Mr C 12 Stromejjr showed that a plug of water only six inciter long propelled only two feet under a hires ure of 15 pounds would exert a pressure of 6010 pounds on being suddenly stoppedAn litct of New York says that with the modern steel frame a build ing ran be carried to a height equal to 7 times the diameter of time base By this rule on an ordinary city block could be erected a building 1500 feet high 500 feet higher than Eiffel tower It would have 125 stories andcost about 30000000 H IL Areolnnd president of the Metropolitan street railway of New York has arranged a pension plan whereby those who have been at least 25 years in the service of that corpora tion and have reached the age of ref tirement will receive from 25 to 40fI I per cent of their annual salary The f system includes all employes whose j wages are heats titan 1200 n year I MIRACLE OF IRRIGATION Chile have Sprout Cp lit the Great American Dtvicrt TliroiiKh iIi Influence I IIfI ever men worked missies they have worked them here in thec wte- rnI valleys If ever sointthinf wi created from nothing th1II1Ii have done it Thirtyfile year ip tilt Salt River valUy into which we hu T driven was alla parched f1ert un inhabited save l ha few lean Indians and two or throe harry trader whom the sandand cactns crowded dawn chve to time water of the river It was a thousand miles from the nearest railroadan unknown desolate for bidding land a part of the Great American desert which travelers said iUllld ncu support 1i1llifc Today tlif Salt river valley contains a population of over 250OO Tf has three cities ont Phoenix the capital or Arizona having eeetri lights an electric car line good hotel churches and other buildings residences sur rounded hy trees lawns and a wilder tiess of flowers More than 125IlOa acres of Inud round about are laid out in farms highly cultivated with orchards of oranges almonds olives and figs and grain arid hay fields Thousands of cattle feed in the rich chicko ens ducks and ostriches unnumbered valgT ley does not exist anywhere in time world except in other once desert val leys Here one may behold the start insbearing worth 1000 an acre on one side of a fence and bore cactus desert on the other both having the same soil the same opportunities but only manebuilds his fence of cottonwood posts such is the soil and such the water growtinto trees so that the wire of many ld fences is seen running through time center of large trees Here n 1 fanner rarely needs to use fertiliser and he may sometimes cut two or three or more crops a year from his alfalfa fields and then pasture them during the winter winter which is springFromeKay Stannard Bakers paper on Irri nation in his series in the Century on The Great Southwest The German Way I We have in our ships decks of steel I covered with wood which require greet labor to keep clean and smooth and would splinter in assign IIo rr do the Germans manage On the quarter deck of tW Kaiser class where the surface is exposed to the weather a special preparation of cement with n slightly rough reddish surface is laid over time steel and elsewhere all over the ships the men walk on linoleum which gives a good tread is silent and is kept clean easily In tact wherever a noncombustible material can he utilized in these new battleships it is employed and in a day every particle of wood such as tilt divisions between cabins can be ripped out and the vessel ren tiered fit to go into action An other striking feature of these armor dads is the reduction of all weights not absolutely essential nnd these economies are utilized in many ef festive ways as may be understood from the number of guns and quantity tot coal carried Efficiency seems to be the watchword of the fleet Lon don News dplnRnnsiu Plant Dlsennes The United States department of ag riculture now has wellequipped labor atories for the investigation of the disease of plants in Washington city Florida and California There are also 50 experiment stations where plant diseases are studied nnd in per haps half that number of colleges prac tical courses on plant life are given Chicago Chronicle J RELIABLE R B BREVARDnll Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GDARANTUD AS MPHESITKD ROOFING A SPECIALTY JiTXMAN BAilIE 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truthYoufirstLiferuthButstraightAnd tToThe deserving to uplift anewWithIn whatever work wen done Would you be beloved Then love And be sure of this proveAllGrand or dear or fair ic Tess Than Loves matchless loveliness Madeline Bridges In Youths Companion Won by the j I I Sword I i j j kByi I i f Copyrighted by U lly Story tub 60 you Francis Boauelcrc MAKK1 Sir Charles Anthony joining me as 1 sift moodily drinking alone in the White Horse inn and thrusting close to mine his wicked handsome face Yon are an evil casea younger son crowded out of your brothers liouiic no haute for preferment at court no means of livelihood at the endof your resources I Here he drew out a score of go dI pieces and jingled them right ntttsiea- 1v 1 eyed him askance for I hate 1 the man And presently he went on Bethink you how many bottles gaming OilS meals and goodly raiment lie in these golden coins And therefore think you are the man for iny work What pIngZounds he cried with an ev laugh Tis like a play With half a dozen of my bullies you stop carriajj in which rides a pretty maid I holdI mos I dear You make a play nt nb ducbon with much noise andclashinL of steel and stage business Then come I to the rescue We cross swords you fall and 1 carry off the maid in triumph her rescuer and protector ++ Y6u have forgotten my temper in your catalogue of my failings SirICharles Anthony I said rising I will yoursnutI laid my hand on my hilt and bowed to him With that Sir Charles sprang up also with fury in his face and while one might count two score we stared in Each others eyes Twice his hand stole to his belt as if he would draw steel but in the end my gaze mas tered his and scowling cvily he turned his back and strode from the house- A womans scream roused me from my thoughts as I strode up the narrow side street that led to my humble lodgings It seemed to come from an alley close at hand yet when I searched its depths with eyes and ears It was as silent as the grave Twas a dark hole and prudence whispered to Jet the adventure pass Yet I knew though I knew not how I knew that itdivas n good woman who had screamed and no creature of the tiptoedIsaw0flutter of white against the wall Who cries for help I said loudly stepping forward- It concerns you not answered surly voice and a dark figure came boldly out He gone and mind your own affairs What have you here I nskedIpressing forward But the man barred my way threatening to spit me on his blade Loath to use the steel till Icnllghthimand with a twist and a trip sent him sprawling and slipped past him into the turn of the alley Here twas darkas a pocket and I could see noth- Ing Jut as I felt about my hand closed on the soft flimsy stuffof a woman S gown and under it was a womans breast a girls Ira I cried Tis some wench you are misusing You mistake said n civil voice from behind the girl Tis my young sister who will out o nights and we but take her home lremet1dlinginmans voice Tis for the yandy e at your p rUnI was half convinced and was on the point ncof withdrawing withan I nm liam end carried it to her face She fts gaggedqr u knaves I cried tearing loos tfce scarf from her mouth Who i 11tl1tlWithGirl stepped out and rm toward theaII street crying for a lanthern and blot I ing a whistle shrilly Grasping the IIJ girl by the arm I dashed forward thrusting ahead of me as J went Iial any out my porgy took something softathat cried out and foil At the himouthlarge figure rushed on me fiercely I sPitted him like a lurk and le went down in a heap i In the street I thought to have clear way but the whistle brought three or four men who set upon me with swords Calling to the girl to run for her life I faced about briskly to meet I theIr attack li the would not and1 I went back with jne against R I there ihey pressed rne hard WUlllIS pniedso tint tiiry Jrew out wltjjJ JII iTpucfc JtmJ Curses bIt pne of tile J Yx others got in shrewdly on my left shoulder I was in evil case when the girl cried in my ear that there was a door at our backs With a shout T sprang out and drove them back n step then turning ran after her within inhIIithin and we felt our way along through uarruw passage till we reached a room with n window thnt gave us a bit of the moon There was a door hems it was fast on the other aide and the win dow was heavily burred Plainly ve could go no further unless we could noise the house I rapped with my dagger hilt but there was no answer After many trials I gave over not thinking it wise to betray our plight to those on the street How fares it with you girl I said drawing my companion to where the moonlight fell I had expected to find some simple burgeoisc maid ant- I lo my gaze fell upon one richly dressed with the air and carriage of n halfImy eyes had ever lit upon And with it 11111 some trick of the memory made me now that I had seen her face before u surIprie cap and bowed with all respect Why she anwered with a smile to see me so lost in wonderment my cnrriagettasstoppedandItvastakenha of Sir Charles Antimony Truly I think so said she and I thinkalso pencefromhim from this worldnd with this signifilgazeds the rest she went on I tofo womans full estate as you may see That I am here I have to thank Sir Francis Beauclere allle to trust my ears and eyes and yet it was the girl with whom I had beet brought up in Devonshire itNot Sir but plain Fraud Beau clerc I said at length Tut she answered as one whoI bring good news you are behind the times Your worthy and loving broth er is dead these seven days and even now a messenger searches for you toI wish you joy I would have poured upon her a flood of eyfellcoat In vain did 1 make light of the cut upon my shoulder though in faith twas a shrewd wound and letting out more blood than 1 liked she would have my coat off jnstanter and then with my dagger she cut open 1113 shirt and very delicately bound up the wound with kerchief and scarf bemoaning herself the while that sill was the cause oft Aid pouring outt thanks for her rescu and praise o my word play till 1 felt myself flush ing like a schoolboy Indeed so ten der was the touch of her slim soft fin gers so sweet the perfume of her and so entrancing the sound of he slow clear voice that I would willingly have had a dozen wounds for her to dress And then was enacted anew the story which no mails lips are weary uttering and of which no womans ear shall tire We sat down upon the steps that led to the door to wait for the morning light and sooth to tell I made hot love and she at first protesting and shy of listening came by de grees to hearken and presently as it grew chill I put my coat upon her shoulders and with my arm about her drew her close the while I whispered I in her ear And then all of a sudden our loeIdreams were shattered in an instant 1 For there was a crush as the street door was battered down and i poured a press of men with torches ingneseueDeath to her abductor And even as they came on the door f above us opened and down the steps lame armed house servants also with torches and lanterns And then wIlenf all paused an instant to see wiat was 11 coming next the girl at my side beak out into hysterical laughter To thinksite cried that I haeEfled for refuge to mine own house an I knew it not For it was even so and the house servants clustered shoo her with hearty welcome and eontgratulation while Sir Charles and hi hesitatingThen flingt I e ou as the abductor of this mnid mr childhoods playmate and the lady oWf love On guard Before the words were out of mJIi he lunged straight at my heartr haJd caught me unaware But I was at as he and in anotherinstant on dleadlysupon was issuelong in doubt With her eye upon me I was as one inspired and i moment more my point drank deep at Iris heart and he fell face dotty the stone flagging with a clatterlly 1fctresfEleanor pot her white Arm my neck and lifted her lips for first kiss is IIc industrial depression in Germany are the foreign workmen rimported in rush times The demand fo them was es pecially great in the mining and building industries and in the textile establishments of southwest Ger assay Circumstances have no great changed and the native German a have rained the outcrj i against their en p11luelkIartdofl- uSew Jour71R1OomIn that a ile MOSQUITO EXTERMINATION A CriiMnilt HUM Jirtn Stnrtttl AtnIiiMt tilt trsl Which Will lie TliorouKh and FurIteuIiII The Century for July contains an article entitled uA Campaign Against the Mosquito setting forth the de tAUt of the operations that have been tinder way near President Roosevelts summer home at Oyster Lay L 1 In a prefatory note Dr L 0 Howard en tomologist of the department of ag riculture says It is my firm opinion that wide spread as the interest in mosquito ex termination seems to be at present it- sI not a temporary interest but the beginning of a great and intelligent I f crusade MyI own correspondence on ij the subject hat been little less than j j enormous 1 have received during th- eIt I year many thousands of letters j about mosquitoes most of them in i quiring about methods for relieving in i dividual houses neighborhoods communities from these andII and dangerous creatures In Jersey n tate which has suffered a l great economic loss from the abund j i once of mosquito iis riving attention I ilatedcomlIUunitillj bntnlgoIII jfbut unfortunately lthout an appro printIon Lat summer the tnivns of Summit and South Orange carried on community work which is to be eon ofrElizabeth Newark and Jersey City are I believe to do some drainage work with this end in view The work to which Mr Weeks article refers has been large = cafe work netted on LJan association of private citizens Far nest efforts are being remade in Balti more to carryon similar work under a city appropriation and a mosquito topographical survey of the suburbs of the city has already been made by Drs Hirshberg and Dolan The hoard of healthof New Orleans has taken up the matter and is doing intelligent nnd satisfactory work Nashville Tenn Rome Ga Talladega Ala Win chester and Norfolk Va and a num ber of other places are looking into the matter itL a view to immediate effortII thenI country north south east and west either have the matter under consider anon or ore already beginning work The authorities of the Michigan Agricultural college near Lansing have f authorized their entomologist Pettit to undertake a mosquito rff slide the present summer Dr the New York state entomologist fitII beginemosquito work at once while Dr Dar I enport director of the biological JaI ofdlets and Sciences tells me that efforts I will be made to determine some prac points of great importance at andsI Lawrence L L nre organzing for i work the latter with an nppro j prialion of 1000 Dr Stiles is lectur ingon ana mosquito work before the army medical school at Washington curf I geons who have been ordered in forin i ion The admirable reslhsit i under our army adminisfra tuna of sanitary attains in Cuba have been an inspiration not only to coin munities in the United States butto ofberi Liverpool school of tropical medicine writes me under date of February 20 flilnknwe ore getting thii country to do same hoacccrdoutliJrssnthe example1 of Havana that hiss chief set them going exactsror6acr j bring carried on by thecnterpriDg and publicspiritedmenlbcrs ojT ae l Shore Improvement associafl n Long Island as described by fr Weeks will be virtuallyof tiurd wide interest Xcivaiuiiter Circulation N The publisher with a large circula tion doesnt object to stating ilnnd incidentally says Printers Ink Vhcn publisher refuses to state his circula Linn its pretty good evidence thai he- barns any circulation worth speak g of j A STORY OF KITCHENER t mi CbarncierlntlvM of tin KIIIIHIUK llrlt- l u General Dene rlhol It y n Kau tim Soldier Who Knew Illus pLIeut Col C C Little of the famous Twentieth Kansas regiment which was Commanded during the most of itsI I Service in the Philippines by GenhreI jI otherII j j Democrat some interesting storie- aboutj Gen Kitchener whom he knew j 5ni Egypt Kitchener at that time was j I EgJptiauIsjjCn of major in the English army bar j in1btcn especially assigned to thi duty ui had some interesting conversa tlons with him said Col Little au exIi nervous energetic sort of a fellow and 1 hard worker In numerous ways he reminds me of an American As far as I could see he was possessed of a goo dy myijnterdew8 quitiway twitting about our htnltvcbout this lint 1 told him that 1 wart rrtainly thankful that 1 had been rnrn an American Its all right general I said to ban e Englishman if you are horn to some high station but in America we are all1 born on an equal footing 1 know there are lots of men who have more brain than I have but still it is some sat is faction to know that they did not get any the best of me in their start iin life uUe replied with considerable warmth that England was just ns democratic as America in this But said I how about your house of Ilords The house of lords he answered why join it Anybody can get there if they just go about it right I have no doubt that such was his intention at that time and as everyone know lie has joined the house of lords To come to think of it he reminds one a good deal of President Roosevelt Both are hard workers highspirited and vigorous in their measures While I was there Kitchener was making his preparations to take tIle British army to Khartoum From his conversation I could easily see that he considered this stroke his opportunity and th goal of his ambition In fact he tole- me once that he would not stay iin Egypt a week if he did not have tha to look forward to However I doubted it at the time for hewas getting 12000 a year as a commander of the Egyptian army and out of Egypt hh rank and pay was only that of a major So far as I could see there was very little sentiment about Lord Kitchener lie had the typical Americans notion- of the practical strongly stamped upon his nature For instance 1 was with him once when an Egyptian office came to him with a tale of woe to th effect that a brother ofllcer had in salted him and he aid that he be given permission to challenge him to a duel Kitchener would not hear to such a thing and from what I learned afterwards he simply horse laughed the Egyptian out of the notion lie seemed to possess the same aversion for women then that he dues now He palaeeatCairothere It was a beautiful place- I rend a dispatch from South Africa recently which stated that in conversing with DeWet Kitchener slapped the Boer general on the back and told him to cheer up or words to that effect That struck me as being a very characteristic thing of Kitchener as I knew him While he was not of the hailfel everybodytherehim when it came to caryingliis point with men under him and about him Suburban Joys Mccks Confound that man who lives next door to me anyway Weeks Whv whats wrong with him Gray I guess He cuts his lawn twice a week and 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