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ELABORATE WEDDING
A FRENCHMAN MARRIES A
BELLE OF DETROIT
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Detroit Mich Juno 4 Elaborate
was the wedding of Miss Martha
Palms and the Count Laurent dc
Champeanx of Paris last evening In
the bishops chapel on Washington
avenue The ceremony WM witnessed
t by members of the family and very In
timate friends onlr bat mote than 60C
invitations were issued for the rooep
lion held it the homo of the brides
parents after the wedding ceremony
The bride WM attended by her litter
Miss Violet Palms while the Count
Louis de Obampeanx was best man
Count aDd Oountesssde Champeani
will make their future home In Part
IrENSIONfOR I GEN GOMEZ
INOMINATION I
NOMINATION OF MINISTER
QUESADA HELD UP BY CU
M HAN SENATE
Havana Jane 4Tb house of rep
I reientatlres has voted to give General
Uaslmo Gomes a pension of < l0 < X
per year
The senate confirmed the vote of
the house fixing the salary of mem
trs of congress at 13600 anuuatly
President Palmas nomination of
Senor Queuula at Cuban minister tc
Washington Is I canting considerable
difficulty 1st the senate which has al
ready held two sessions In secret on
the nomination without coming to e
decision It Is claimed that the matte
ls close and that Senor Quessdai
chance of success depends upon his
personal influence with President Pal
ma Senator Trial Is quoted as saying
that he has no opinion for or against
Senor Qntsada bat his nomtnatlor
i should be confirmed as he Is I the first
minuter to be nominated by President
Palma He also argued that Senor
Qaesada would be acceptable to the
Washington government The ArIa
mints ns d by Senor Bangally he
said were of a personal nature
MURRAY GUARD
FULTONS MILITARY COMPANY
TO BE REORGANIZED
tFULlONS t
There has been trouble In the Mar
ray Guards Falcons military com
pony and II has len decided to reo
organize It Is claimed that some o t
the members bare displayed a dlsposl
tlon to retard Us advancement and
tnese will doubtless be dropped
The reoganlzation will Ute plan
June II and Certain Longiulre of I
Frankfort will be there on that date 10
assist In the work
An entirely new set of officers will 1 I
In chosen and the company will bo
plated In good condition 10 partlclpat e I
la the state guard encampment
e NIGHT AND DAY Z y I
WORK WILL BE PUSHED RAPID
< LY BY THE ILLINOIS
CENTRAL
The Illinois Central Is still poshln
work on Its Cairo division bat Is I bOt I
doing enough and will put on more
t ron as stated yesterday There are
now fully 200 at work In the county
amt It Is I understood 1 that a portabl e
electric light plant will bo erected a t
once and night forces put on to haste n
the work
BIO SHOOT AT CLEVELAND
Cleveland 0 June 4 Represent
Representatives of nearly fifty clubs arc taking
part In the eighteenth annual tourna
ment of the Ohio Trap Shooter s
League which began under auspi
cious conditions on the grounds ol f
fm
the Cleveland Gun club The program
Icoreralbrte days and provides for r
twentyseven open events In addition
to the competition for the five special 1
caps offered to members of the league
COLORED K OF P
Uayfild Jane 4Jobn Morton W
B Martin U G Davis Elijah Pal
ten Perry MoFadden Kelley Avan1
t I and John Bishop members of Ih e
Colored Knights of Pythias of Padu
cab come out Monday night and In
stituted a colored lodge here with 4 5
members
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AGED MUSICIANS
MOVE ON FOOTTO PROVIDE A
HOME roil THEM
Buffalo N Y June 4Tbe ques
tion of establishing a natloualjhome
for aged musicians li I one of the prin
cipal matters before the seventh an
nual convention of the AmerlcanJFed
oration of Musicians here It U pro
posed that the institution be bnllt and
maintained by a food to be raised by
means of concerts to be held through
out the coantrr by the local anions of
the federation Reports show the
present membership of the organization
exceeds 88000 moiiciint Joseph N
Weber called the convention to order
today and Owen Miller of St Louis
acted ai secretary Baton li I bidding
for the next convention of the federa I
tion i
MUSIC FESTIVAL I
I
A BIO TIME IS BEING ENJOYED I I
AT TOPEKA
TOPEKAI I
TopekaKan June 4Mllllo lovers
are here from far and near to attend
the Topeka musical festival The ad
vane sale Indicates that the festival l 1
will be a great success financially as
well as artistically Kansas City I
Lawrence Holton and other cities
bare sent many representatives clIlI I
The program arranged for the three
concerts Is one that seldom has been I
surjiassed In this part of the country I i I
The Chicago Symphony orchestra has I I
been ravaged together with several 1
well known soloists Including Miss
Helen llockley Mlsi Sue Herrlngton
Farbcck Holmes Oowper and Arthur
Beresford The principal feature of
the festival however Is the chores
ehorolof I
of 200 voices which has been training
for months put In anticipation of the j
event I
ANOTHER SAFE i
THIEVES VISIT HAMLETTSBURQ I
AND BLOW A SAFE
1 >
Tee safe blowers of Southern Il
linois have appeared again and 111 I
before last visited the store of Samuel
Vickers of Hamlettsbnrg 111 and I
covering the sate with piles of clothing I
to deaden the explosion blew the safe
burl I
and secured about 1150 The bur
glary ant safe cracking were not dis
covered nntll the store was opened
onedI
several hours later The only person I
awakened by It was a lady who
thought It was thunder
SAYS HE TRADED
B WIIITLOCK A HORSE TRADER
MAY PROVE HIMSELF
INNOCENT
Mayfield June 48 Whltlook I
who was arrested hero Sunday as a
snip cteet horse thief pUlms that he
uS4S5ofth < i animal Uisjls cWgfd i j
with stealing He Is I a horse trader
and upholiUrsr and was on his way
to Louliill when arrested He Is I be
ing held to await Information from
Rlpley Term where the horse was
stolen
stolenELEVATING
ELEVATING Till STAGE
Every woman who chooses the stage
as a serious profession has at some
statutee
It I need hardly say that her little I
hen r
own standards and to live np to
0e
Ibm She mast remember that she
cannot ilo this courageously and un
falteringly without influencing In a
small degree bat very surely the fu
lure of the profession she loves She
need never accept the standards of the
stage as she finds them If she believes I
her own are higher Ellen Terry In I
May Success
rBASEBALL YESTERDAY I
1American Association Louisville
6 Columbus 5 Minneapolis 6 Mil 1
waukee 51 Kansas City 6 St Paul S I
ToledoIndianapolis wet ground
National League Philadelphia 4
Pittsburgh St Louis 11 Boston II I
Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati 1 Ohloago I
12 New York 4
American League Baltimore 7
St Louis < Washington 2 Detroit 0
PhllaelphU 9 Chicago 7 Cleveland
Boston rain
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MALARIA
Means bad air and whether it
comes from the low lands and
t
An
InvisihSfs
marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
and towns its effect upon the human system II the tame
These atmospheric poisons are breathed Into the lungs and taken up
by the blood and the foundation of some long debilitating Illness Is laid
Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney
troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that Invisible foe
Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect In the system because
the liver and kidney fail to act and are poured Into the blood current until
it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through
the akin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an
indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself
The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken thebody and destroy
the lifegiving properties of the blood rendering It thin and watery must
be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to
get rid of Malaria and its effects >
ts 8 8S
S S S does this and quickly produces an entire
change In the blood reaching every organ and stimu
lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S
possesses not only purifying but tonic properties
and the general health improves and the appetite
Increases almost from the first dose There Is no Mercury Potash Arsenic
or other mineral in S S S It is I strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy
Write us about your case end our physicians will gladly help you by
their advice to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent
free THE TWIST SPECIFIC co Atlanta ala
MISSIONARY WORK
A LARGE ATTENDANCE AT THE
CONFERENCE < tAT
SYRACUSE
Syracuse N Y June 4MaIl1
well known missionary workers are In
Syracuse for the seventysixth annual
meeting of the Congregational Home
Missionary society which continues In
session until Friday
The present meeting Is I regarded a s
of more than the usual Interest as It
U expected that before adjournment
the differences between the central
society and the thirteen state auxiliar
lea I will have been definitely settled
According to opinions expressed by
officials of the home society an adjust
ment of the differences Is I likely to be I
bef
factory to that body In that It will I
leave to 1M society much of the ex
ecutive power It formerly held and I
which was taken from it by the agree
went of last spring Officials of the
society are hopeful because of Its ex
cellent financial condition Toe fiscal I
year has been closed without deficit I
and the debt of the society which I
amounted to more than 83000 at the I
limn of the lad annual meeting has
been so reduced during the year that It 1 I
jll now less I than 110000
WOODMEN OF 2IE WORLD
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES I
APPOINTED FOil MEMORIAL
SERVICES
Last night the following officers and I
committees were appointed to act at
i
the Woodman of the World memorial I
services Sunday the 8th at Oak Grove i
Master of ceremonies Frank Bennett
orator of the day J Wheeler Caml
boll Captain George Lehuhard coun
cil commander Joe B Flach i lieu
Camlj
Broadfoot banker Henry Lenhard
escort J A CalloKav sentry John I
Lehnard watchman 0 W Carver
Choir Ladles I of the Woodman Cir
cle
Committee on arrangements and I
program George Lenhard James
Heislere
Palmatee
Tho program will not be prepared I
before tomorrow but will be no more
than regular speeches and niusld and I
the unvoting of the monuments
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
Superintendent Marvin Ragsdale
withhold the county school commence
ment exercises at Lone Oak Jane 1 1
and Rev J O Reid of the city will
deliver the class lecture Tbero are
nineteen graduates
The county teachers Institute at
Massao has been changed from July 1
7e
Miss Ballance the Ioonlloolal will I
give an entertainment at Lone Oak
Saturday and an attractive program
will be arranged
ITbere are now few schools In ses
IIon comparatively speaking
Hits Nellie Tyner of NashviJJe
daughter of Captain Tyner ofbe
Bnttorff ls Tiding Miss Annie Brad
haw
Enemy to BiealMa
ARKANSAS GAZETTE SOLD
J N HEISKELL OF LOUISVILLE
KYt TO BE EDITOR
INCHIEF
Little Bock Ark June 4Tb
controlling interest In the Arkansas
Gazette has been bought from W B
Worthen by J N and Frederick title
kell and Maxwell Coffin J N lick <
hell Is the correspondent the Asio
ands
was formerly city editor of the Mem
phis CommercialAppeal Fred Hels
tell was until lately city editor of the
Memphis Evening Scimitar but reo
signed to become secretary to Gen
Lake E I Wright of the Philippine
commission Maxwell Coffin resides
In Little nock
At the regular annual meeting 0 t
the stockholders this forenoon the fol
lowing directors were elected the four
I
first named having the controlling In
teresti 0 W Heiikell and Frederick
Helikell of Memphis J N Helikel
of Lonlivllli Maxwell Coffin of Little
Rock and W 11 Miller of Little I
Rock The old directoryconilsted 01 f t
J W louse John O Fletcher R A
Little W M Kavanangh Q N Posy
and F W Allsop
The new company Is not to assume
charge of the paper nntll July Iand 1 II I
1s announced that for the present then
will be no change In the management
J N 1IIkell will bo edllorlncblet
of toe paper and the other details ai ° I
to staff and the business management t I
are to be determined upon later
ST LOUIS ISSUE
IOF WORLDS FAIR BONUS
AGGREGATE SOOOOuO AND AR1
TAKEN AT PAR AND ONE
CENT ON EACH
1000 BOND
DODI I
St Louis June 4Olds on the
citys authorized Issue of Worlds Fair
bonds amounting to 5000000 were
opened In the presence of Mayor Wells
and Controller Player The bids of
Edward Whlttaker and the Mississippi
Valley Trait Co who acted Jointly
were accepted they agreeing to take
the entire issue paving the par value
1000 and one cent on each bod
WILL REDUCE THE COST
A meeting of the committee com
posed of Councilmen Potter Johnson
and Hummel and Aldermen Barry
Boons and Langstaff was held yestor
day afternoon late at the city hall
with Mr T M Orr the right of way
11geol or the Illinois Central and It
was agreed that the city allow the II
relinos Central right of way over Its I
pest house property for 1500 instead I
reportedt I
by the council It seems that the en
tire property Is not worth f 1000
TO rAISE FUNDS
There was a meeting of the Y MO
MO
A board last night with State Secrets
ry II E Roieveu to devise plans for r
raising the remalnde rut the money
seeded to ran the association the bal
ance of the year afrom the present nn
tile eptember there being a slight I
horfbige the plans wer 1IJ4 and I
Secretory Rosevear returned to Louis
yule this morning
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ITHE I RIVER NEWsl
THE STAUES
Cairo 227
Chattanooga 86
Cincinnati 13 a
Evansvllle 117
Florence 27
Johnsonvllle 80
Lonlsvllle 86 a
Mt Carmel 49
Nashville 32
PIttsburg 88
Davis Island Dam 41
St Louis 118
Paducah 120
Observations taken at 7 n m River
120 on the gauge a fall of 06 In
last 21 hours Wind east a light
breeze Weather part cloudy and
warm Rainfall In last 24 boon 087
Inches Temperature 74
Pell Observer
The Victor has gone to Tennessee
river for ties
The John S Summers passed uj
Tennessee river this morning for tier
The Joe Fowler arrived from Evans
ville today at 10 oclock with a good
tripThe
The II W Bnttorff came In today
from Clarksvllle and will leave ibis
afternoon for Nashville
If the Lee line enters the Clnclnnat
Louisville and Memphis trade it will
revolutionize the business and become
a big thing
biliblogTh
The White Collar line has lost four
of their largest boats during the pail
five years and not a boat has ben
built to take the place of any one of
them
The Memphis arrived out of the
Mississippi yesterday and came up wi
night from St Louis She will lay
here until 7 oclock tonight to take
the Ohio delegation to the Shiloh bat
tlefisldThe
The towboat Oakland which wa
grounded a couple of days ago at Ss
thef I
water It Is I owned by the firm ot 0
Jutte and Co who wanted to place
new boilers in the craft on reaching
Pittsburg
PittsburgThe
The low water has shut off all coal
reshipment at Pittsburg bat the slight
rise allowed many steamboats to enter
the harbor There are almost 20000
000 bushels of coal ready for shipment
ist I
confidently expected this week Then
is I nothing to base It on except the <
proverbial June rise which Is I looked
for every year Rlvermen believe
that with a change of moon during the
week plenty of rain will fait It 1s I
aUrged thaI the stock of coal In the <
south Is I very short
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FULTON ASSIGNMENT
fe 1
JULIUS FREDERICK TURNS
OVER EVERYTHING TO
CREDITORS
Fulton June 4Jollos Frederick
a well known tailor of this plane has
made an assignment for the bensfll
of creditors with II T Smith as as
signee The liabilities will read
12000 and the assets will not amount
to much
SMALLPOX AT MAYFIELD
A child of Mrs America 11111 hs
smallpox at Mayfield and every pre
caution Is being taken to prevent the
spread of the disease Mayfield has
had no smallpox of consequence for
sometime past
Ia oa Ik ATay In ned
Student agitations In Russia are
bearing fruit III Is freely predicted by
progressive men In that empire that
the country will have a constitutional
form of government within the next
ten years The cur and his ministers
realize they must take the lead In
making the reforms or undertake to
resist them To resist them means
terrorizing the whole of the empire
A policy of repression In the present
temper of the people might be extreme
ly I dangerous t e
dlI
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A Good Route
to Try <
It traverses a territory rich In 1
undeveloped resources I a territory
containing unlimited possibilities for
agriculture horticulture stock raise
ing mining and manufacturing And t
last but not least It Is
The Scenic Route
forTouristsI I
The Frisco System now offers the
traveling public excellent service and
fast time I
Between St Louis and Kansas I
City and points In Missouri Kansas I
Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Terril I
to Texas and the Southwest i
Between Kansas City and points
In Tennessee Alabama Mississippi
Georgia Florida and the Southeast
Between Birmingham and Mem
SoolbI I
phis and points In Kansas Arkansas
Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas
and the West and Southwest I
Full Information as to route and I
rates cheerfully furnished upon appli i
cation to any representative of the
Company or to
Passenger Traffic Department I
Commwelsvl BulUUnf I i
Saint LoutI I
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PALATABLE
Better Than Calomel and Quinine
CONTAINS AO0ARSINIC
THE OLD RELIABLE
EXCELLENT GENERAL IONIC
as well as
A Sore Cure for CHILLS and FEVERS
Malarial Fevers Swamp Fevers
and Billions Fevers i
It Never Falls
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STORE PHONE 126
RESIDENCE PHONE 163
JRESIDENCE
130 S Third St
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BfMUMKhNlrapTBMMOOjd Use
Um m
rmHUnt mere Xo Katlo
When Theodore Roosevelt was a
member of the civil service commis
lion W W Dowers then a congress
man from California had some trouble
with the commission and In an In
terview referred to Mr Roosevelt as a
faker Mr Bowers was made col
lector ot San Diego by President Mc
Klnley and has been reappointed by
President Roosevelt who remarked
when reminded of the Interview Is
shall reappoint Mr Bowers He Is it
good official Ills personal opinions f
me twelve years ago have nothing i
do with the case N
caseCates
Cates for Anerleaa dlrU
4Three English duXes those 01
folk Rlshmomd and Oration an t
yowes as are numerous other f a
peers including Lords Salisbury
bery Abergavenny ana Mexborc i

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