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Street WAItltEN, City Hall nut Poor to THE HICKMAN COURIER. J J FINE WITH JOB PRINTING KE1T1ESS . f. OEOIM1H WAItKEN, : : Hdltor. JAS. ft WEAKN, t Assistant Hdltor. TOK OLDEST NEWSrAPEBjIN WKSTEHX KENTUCKY. . . SALE BILLS. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, . Trlco orSubHcrlptlon, fl.oo ESTABLISHED WLRE ADDED TO I'l 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY; K., - FRIDAY, OCTOBER FOR PEACE. 21, 1898. ON VOL. XXXIII. NO. 48. IiaaGATION.I'UnfrrthydroIoglcal Far basin, wi:i produce as much as 50 acres from the Uownpourof lain ns seed in our ro-gions. Wc have our freshets and our droughts, but ln those lands which nro to be scientifically lrrlgntod there will bo neither freshets nor droughts. As you take a pitcher and get It full of water, and then set it on a table and take a drink out of It when you are thirsty, and never think of drinking n pltchcrful nt once, so Montana and Wyoming nnd Idaho will cateh tho rains of their rnlny season and take up all the waters of their rivers in THIRTEEN SAFE. Twelve Jloilles of llio rnxnt'iijfn-- of tlie llolicffan Huvo Hecii ilcbcueil. Thlrly-Klj- OUR NAVY. l).-y's lull Arm.il Fimnrr rptiil.ti War Vrt.rli Are tian Vr.a.la i.f A'lm A.lallc Kqaailron. PEACE JUBILEE. Twelve Thousand Wheelmen Led by JIuyor Harrison ntCliIciip;o. Mually Ui llu.Hr. IU,e ,rn Mrntlflut, lln.llr. of Tut lain. V.rlnlty rill.Aroia.nl lo I'.rlj up lloillra. Oct. 15 LopDoy, Tho ) mt : wnj!r-- M ..si taken possession of by, nets, In stalactites, in stalagmtles. tho nation for tho groat onterprlso of Here and thero are petrified growths, irrigation. Hlvers tl.sthavo bcehroll- - or tho dead trees nnd vegetables ol tng idly through these regions, doing other .ages, kept through a procesH of nothing on their way to the sea, will natural erabalmcnt. In some nlaees bo lassoed and corralled ntd penned up waters as Innocent and sralUntr as i until such' time, an the used child making a first attempt to Walk i rtv tlicm... Uo4.Ul.MO toorcM lb '55 ." VMajsAjiaH fasvesT, i.i iMil warw ar .3 t uttywAtaM . , njrwci.'.i"icjjaui" "wwi kwByMSAAj ' mw-'-J an . ' T' UV would adopt cither altcrnatRo, gtore, ior a wheat ticld, or a cotton nverswiii ou tangnt to eriair intra!, and tho answer tells how unlicsl.lzard, between tho Manacle nnd th met would surrender to tho united plantation, or a vlueyitrd "streams iu selves better, nnd great basins will bo his keepers. Lowlands: Of tho passengers It hare Itntlngly lie has acted for the good ol tlioclcst-rt.My second text means a matlu to catch the surplus of waters In States thcntlro Philippines. But after you havo wandered alone becn'saved, lO Iodic, havo been recov- tho service and to strengthen his own volcano like Vesuvius or Cotopa.xi, or tiroes of freshet, and keep them for the geyserlto enchantment for days ''Judgo Dsy responded that the T forces without waiting for help from ered and S3 nro missing. The Irriiratlnj and begin to feel that therj can bo f tho Philippines would prob- It means tho geysers of Yellowstone times of drought "0! the crow and cattlemen S3 hur home. Ho replied: hill, process by .which nil the arid - lands be- -- nothing more of interest to see, you ably bo demanded irrespective of tho imik or ai California. Ycu ........ .1... .1 at- - .... uuu ti . . Following former Spanish rowels in ....I I flciuc lceili I uascn;y esaic apes tlse rvporation of . V.7II jnu viuiiiiu licen tared, It bodies hnre been recor. calm and still, and for ages Immovable. Cuban or any other debt my possession: Manila (cruiser), combut tho Lord out of tho heavens puts aro to bo fertilized Is no now expert-- j all majesty and grandeur, crud and At aro mUslng." "This, to the Spaniards tho first In His finger on the top of.it. and from Tho great canyon. It is here that it menthas Since this statement was issued nine missioned July SO, Lieut. Commander ifflJSflBsEEHLjsKsllSNsQsf timation of the intentions of tho rises thick nnd Impressive vapors: "Ho It been going on successfully it seems to me and I speak It witH Frederick Singer; Callao (cruller), other bodies haro been ulckcil nn. In. United States as to the Philippines, touchcth tho hills and they smokcl" hundreds of years In Spain, In China, reverence Jehovah AVillllliyillliill!' .. ' .. to haro sur.. "!.. .li inuiniiinaro .occu luenniiej. CblllliilMloncd Jlllv 2. LIcuL . nuuiiii; r. l- -L jLtiMl lsWMsiisysmryrsJM ' resulted in a whispered conference, Although my journey ncmss tho con- In India, In Jlussln, in Egypt About passed himself It seems a great I inppanigunboaUU-yteand.Mlndanno- . TI ITTi n. n,.,. t ... i followed by a request for nn adjourn- tinent this summer hiu for thu eighth 800,000,000 of people of the earth to:ulch let down into the eternities ("Torarl- Tho reports of tho various rorr. f'"0 ar"'Cil .UuM5h 1Urc ment iu order to communicate with irae, moro nnd more am I impressed day nro kept allvo by food raised on Here, hung up and let down, and nctlon August IS), spondent. differ wluoly o to the res-- ' S irrigated land. spread abroad are all tho colors if Madrid. Judgo Day said that Presi- with tho, divine baud in its construcol l" And here wo havo nllowed to Ho land, sea and sky. Upholstering it rue recoveries and l.u.ev though ' ttX t,McK"U'"an,tA Bro ln ,),:w"-noDSTrfRBSWaVCSSrV1 aaWHsaal v Jr XsTsTsYstfl Zrrli2mmnZ-f dent McKlnley had instructed him to tion, nnd with its greatness and waste, given up to rattlesnake bat the Lord Cod hnvo boon able to obtain tho cs ""aid , l,C demand the entire surrender of Porto grardcur, andthcmore and more am I and pralrio dog, lands enough andsup- the architect Almighty. Hest work ot thril.-- d with to T"5cU ,u tho Al Is all to fact of worlds. Sculpturing ,r"1c1ct,T0 act number of tho.o saved or of the', Illco Tuesday and the delivery ofcrcry be Irrigated, glorified that it HdenUcd. port wholu nations of Industrious by the ,B,,,,C ,ho on and now in Infinite Masonry by an omnipI UmIIcs recovtn.L j town to thc Unlcd States ofllcers be-- , What s change from tho tlmo wheu population. Tho work begun will be otent trowcL Ycllowl You never taw iU1rC'U,t f thelr U crT'''', The lKKllesof tho following pns.en-- ' fore midnight, together with tho evac- Daniel Webster on Caplolino consummated. Here nnd there ex- yellow unless you saw it there. Bed gers have b.en recover.!: T W. k'lng. ' nj: cal't.,"'c,, b tl,e nnry Bre lhc "n' uation of Havana on or beforo No- - hill said to tho American senate In re- ceptional lands may be stubborn nnd You never saw red unless you Saw it IMna IClng. Master Klne. Jas. Illnckry, ' :, " , . TrM. commamie.l by I.leuf, h yield any wheat or corn there. Violetl You never saw violet WMinlu,., !. , iii I 1ssslsssissslsWsJlMWsnfcss"PLsB t ..HUM umuHi .?.. 'nuuvt , Mil.., uiu If f oiaies gard to tie center of this vast con- - refuse to "c!or 'e Sandoval, com-'- l Mils ll. .M. t.iwen, l)r. fallows i, lnalu,w- ,,Iuc Bni would !o at tho gntcs of thc city ready ttnent nnd to the regions of the Pacific from their hard fists, but if tho hoe unless you saw it there. Triumphant ' ''J ''''"t. K. A.Anderson. Kr.inLlln I'iiIImp Mr. M I coast: "What do you want with this fail to make an Impression, nnd the banners of color. In a ca'.hedral ot to take possession. , vcM-Jminer's pickax will discover for Cy reavast, 0orge Hcvinour. Miss L II. Unrr.nr! T'"" aro basalt Sunrise and Sunset married "Thero was no alternative offered In savagesworthless nro.n, this region of son for it, and bring up from the y Cub lcncath by the setting of rainbow ring. nnd wild beasts, nnd Tlio latest advices from l'almoulb ". whero tho tho caso of either of these demands prairie dogs? To what use sands ,nrd fouml lir,n ,no,t ueul- - T''cy Gothic arches, Corinthian capitals could we those unproductive surfaces coal and evening say thai at and tho sesslonconscqucntly was very over put thesa great deserts or these iron nnd lead and copper and silver and Egyptian basilicas built before ln have ten Identllled, mostly the bodies ! 'T nJl.Cul,,mnora oniTcommlss.on. brief. Tho American commissioners great mountains, Impenetrable and and gold, God speed thu geologists and human architecture was born. Huge !,,P ot l,, of sailors. Four are as vet unldeutl-- ' i,,e Varta Jer"' U,e have received dispatches from Wash- covered with eternal snow? What can the surveyors, tho engineers and the fortifications of granite constructed llui. meludlmr thou. r I.. I f rvera (unilron ralsid so far, Is also .l.i.rt. ington indicating that tho admlstra-tlo- n we ever hopj to do with tho western senatorial commissions, and the cap- before war forged its first cannon. dies. Oueannenr. tn l a i:.,.... I ut f"!"""". The Teresa will lyj cheerless nnd unin- italists nnd the new settlers nn. tlio Gibraltars and Scbastopols that nevci is irritated and indignant over coast, ,th ;uas "rca rrom thc Coon She wore a watoli and a Alhambras, where ring. ! tho delay of tho Spanish commission- viting, and not a harbor ou It? I will husbandmen, who put their brain and can be taken. never vote ono cent from the public hand and heart to this transfiguration kings of strength and queens of beauty engraved Thoolher woro I ".n'1 ot.h.l'r tPa"''1 'PS to replace ers." treasury to place tho Pacific coast one of the American desert! "Streams in reigned long before the first earthly n silver brooch, with the letter "D"' In OioMcf her own wnlch may hare been crown was empcarled. Thrones ou jearls. This is probably tho body of ruined, Mio will bo a trophy ship ANOTHER DISASTER AT SEA. inch nearer Huston than it now Is." the desert!" I speak of throughout lint while the immensity which no one but the King of Heaven Whnt a mlhlaku thu great statesman .Mrs. Charles Duncan. mado when ho said that! All who hnvo of the continent, I must remark it Is nnd earth ever sat. Fount of waters Nino of tho lodles have been bronchi A VERY An Eiploalon Aboard Ship and ilia Vr.i.1 crossed PATHETIC STORY. thc continent rcall-- u that tho not on immensity ot monotone or at which thc hills are baptized, while U Falmouth, tho other to tho village Takrs F.rr Jlanjr or the Crrw i:,. Thc larger some countries the giant cliffs stand around as sponstates on tho Pacific ocean will have lameness. capril on n Tuff. church at M."Kvrrne. Tho rescued l:.r....ITnlln This sors. qulto ns grand opportunities ns tho are tho worse for thc world. Ml'NICirAl. AIICII FOK THB CHICAGO 1'EACU JVniLCC For years of Hi. llourgofiia thousands Hut un III. ttrlnrn Trip Twjk l'aksngrrs aro states on tho Atlantic, and nil this continent is not more remarkable for before lhat scene was unveiled to sheltered at cotLoxdo.V, Oct 18. An explosion oc- realm from a to sea to be. the Lord's its magnitude than for its wonders of human sight, tho elements were busy, . ou Hi. M tages along tho shore and the crew al I. Yosemlto and the ad- nnd the geysers were hewing away construction. character, and at times tho solemn whllo on every street near tho city's curred atO:0 a. in. on board tho Ilrlt-is- h cultivated possession. the sailor.' home at Ftilmoutk. Who that with their hot chisel, and glaciers Do you know what In some respects joining California reglonsl Washington, bark lllengfell, from New York, Oct IS. Secretary silence of the vast nsscmblago was center wcro jostling crowds of a magTugs have been cruising in tho vihas cinity all day Sunday, despite lho very Long Monday grunted 30 days leave of much more eloquent than tho wildest nitude not surpassed In Chicago since with a cargo of naphtha. In the Chnn-nc- l, Is the most reraarknble thing lictwccn out seen them can think of them with- wero pounding with their cold hamhaving his blood tingle? Trees mers, nnd hurricanes were clearing near Margate. The vessel was de- tho Atlantic and Pacific? It is the to leave the applause could be. rough weather, In hopo ol picking up obscure, with tho days of tho world's fair In 1803. there that stroyed and nine persons Including figure of a cross on a mountain In now standinglivedl These were old with their lightning strokes, and hall United Mates, to Mr. .1. P. lireng, Cuicaoo. Oct 18. Mayor Harrison Almost from dawn distinguished other bodies. The cauia of tho dismonarch stones giving the finishing touches. It Is called tho ''mount of when Christ chief clerk of the naval pay ofllee. Now led J2.000 wheelmen through tho streets guests were arriving at the various de- the captain, his wife and daughter, and Colorado. aster remains tho profoundest mysthe Holy Cross." A horizontal crevlco ot folingcd reigned before Omar or and alter all these forces of nature of Chicago Monday night Everyman pots and the sub committees of tlio re- tho pilot, were lost Tho explosion tilled wltu perpetual snow, and a per Alexander, and the next thousand had done their best, in our century tery. Nobody atWmpts to explain York. Thero lsa..pnthetlo story belilnd in lino rodo on a decorated wheel. It ception committer) wcro kept busy was seen plainly irom Margate. Tho nendlcular crovlco fUUd with snow. I years will not shatter their seeptarl sua curtain uropped, and the world liowthu Mohegsn got so far north ol fiton'-tv-p.. 4S.wwt vessel wtuk.four.mlles out. - bmoko aud '. but liotli tho horizontal lino nnd the. I l'ey re tlie masts of tlio contl nent. hail a new and divinely Inspired rev-.i- ., w,tK. arM.- - S.lyl rr.t,v.lttitn Mrlnnlnr the naw,oomrftiand.lor-tW-. her true course from & IvTi uitlrs. fK.t - Y- -B ... O. .J'U' .. J, A.t(r-twiAUlr',nrorapMa - OB" i Kl- ' daughter Mr. of lireng tho memory of Chicago. B WW .WJgflll WX visitors oireauy on mo grouuu. Thero was no fog at the lime; while and f,preu rapidly. The masts foil In a o significant, so unmisUkable.-th- at . Cy cllsts appreciated tho honor which ",.. --.. Cuicaoo, Oct IB. Two of the jubilee few minutes nnd the ressel rn annn fall who pass in the daytime within J.nJ'.0l0IsJfST.X)rv1 nU.A... .l ovrrrettmayiut tUm ---- "steal tlirongh-IIitho wind on her fort quarter was not mgged passage ou tho f"fTml tmi They dedi- arches the Dewey, at State and Mon- burned to tho written on tiie rocks. lhat valley of the Vosemlte fs efs-hLm,ny n,IIe5 nrJ? compelled to sen It sufficient to prevout her nusweriug freueh steamer llurgogne, which had fallen upon them. water's edge. miles long and a half wide and nro 6omo figures, some of I look the helm. It lint Wen suggested that was wrecked oft" New foundland, cated thc peace arches. The path was roe streets, and lho 1st regiment, at a surf-boa- t put out IhcreraountaIn n pcnrancel contours, 3,000 feet deep. It seems mile if It had ed Hanging orcr one not tho clltTt breath, oT until I could pet my as that you but just liefuro .... departure from through - blar.o of electric effect Michigan avenyo and Van Ilurcn her compass was faulty; but daylight m. ...v "- places ..v.. ...M.h-.- v, " been thc meaning of Omnipotence to then retreating to a maUo out after vour Draduallv lasted long after Kldystone light wat New York, fortunately concluded to. Overhead wcro festoons of brilliancy streets wcro blown down Monday by to find nny of the vessel's crew. Later, attention Is called to them. o, a crowd Into ns small a place as possible I looked down again. Down there is a mako tho eastern voyage by another arched across the streets, from every tho high wind prevailing. No one was pasted. huwever, 12 of tho crew landed at Do- mans faco on tho rocics In tlio itiiltj some of tho most stupendous scenery pillar of rock that In certain condi Injured by either collapse. line. After spending the summer In I building was a tlood of light Tho sailors say tho fact that Til ver Tho boats had reported that tho mountains. So a maiden's form cut in of the world. Some of tho cliffs you tions of the atmosphere looks like a mouutlng tho arches through which Tho Michigan nvenuo structure was explosion they engaged passage Lizard light was not visible should had blown away the bark's the granite In tho Adirondack!. So a do not stop to measure bv feet, for pillar of blood. Yonder nre 60 feet ot ! on a French liner, but at the tbey passed tho features of war heroes badly broken nud will have to bo recity in tho moving clouds. Yet you they nro literally a mile high. Steep emerald on a base of 500 feet of opal. ( homo havu served to giro tho alarm. stern. entire changed moment their beamed through thy radiance of red, built The painted canvas depicting - lhe survivors say that thc explosion, have to look under the. pointing of so that neither foot of man or beast Wall of chalk resting on pedestals of The masts of tho Mohegau, which last globes. On every wheel tho adventures of CoL Turner's men, your friend or guide for soma time be- ever scaled them, they stand In ever- beryl. Turrets of light trembling on aro ntx)re water, show that her stern minds In favor of the P.ngllsh white and blus the cause of which Is a mystery, was fore you can see tha similarity. Hut lasting defiance. If Jehovah has a floors of darkness. Tho brown brightsteamer Mohcgnn, and nere nmongtho Japanese lanterns at re swung as slg- - woa torn in a dozen places. Tho Dewey terrific. is landward, causing a theory that the these aro Its ening into golden. Snow of crystal thc first Instant you glnnco at this side throno ou earth arch was nearly completed. Only tho number who perished on tho rocks of . i"'l llhu of thc passing show navigating ollicrr on discovering that Thc tng Simla, which was intending of the mountain In Colorado, you cry white pillars! Standing down in melting fire of carbuncle. Flaming ho wus in the bay suddenly turned sea-- ' iiic i.iznni, i riuny nigiiv. .Mr. iirengs to take her, was near by and hastened out: "A cross! A cross!" Do you say this great chasm of tho valley you red cooling into russet Cold blus wnnL Two engineers who were soved sad mission Is to endeavor to recover Sho took off nine that this geological Inscription just look up and yonder is Cathedral warming into saffron. Dull .gray to ncr rescue. minister built kindling into solfcrino. Morning twideclare, liowever, that they nevel the bodies of his wife and daughter nnd three Germans of tho happens so? No! That cross on tho llock, vast, gloomy and bring them to tho United States. light flushing midnight shadows. slackened speed. and conveyed them to Dover. It Colorado mountain is not a human de- for tho silent worship of the mouncrew vice, or an accident of nature, or tho tains! Yonder is Sentinel rock, 3,270 Auroras crouching among rocks. con- Iteuiarknbto stories of rescue Is not known whether those who wero GREAT BRITAIN MAY ACT. Yonder is an eagle's nest on a shaft The hand of feet high, bold, solitary, standing freak perished by the explosion or were God of an earthquake. tiuue. cut It there and set it up for tho guard among ths ages. Its top seldom of basalt 'ihrough an eyeglass wo Among them were two of- nation to look nt Whether set up ln touched, until a bride, ono Fourth of see among It the young eagles, but tha Itobcrt Harrow, n seaman, performed China. a (liiTrrninrnl Infurmfil Hint Suv- drowned. lho feat of swimming, unaided, through ficers besides the captain and tho Do- rock before tho cross of wood was July, mounted It and plnntcd tho na stoutest arm of our group cau not hurl rrlgntr App.rtalna tu Ilia Kiiitrrnr tho roughest w ater to Coverack Point ver pilot, Glllman. anil Ha Mail Ha It.atnrail. setup ou the blutt back of Jerusalem, tional stnndards, and tho people down a stone near enough to disturb thn miles. and one-hadistance of t or sut up at some tlmo since that as- In tho valley looked up nnd saw the feathered domesticity. Yonder am Lomo.v, Oct 18. A dispatch to n He climbcd( up tho ragged cliff, whero TIIE WAR WITH THE INDIANS sassination, I believe tho Creator head of the mountain turbaned with heights that would be chilled with hormeant it to suggest the most notable stars and stripcsl Yonder are the ror but for tho warm robe of forest London iiuws agency from Shanghai n searching party found him early th event in all tho history of this planet, Three llrothcrs, 1,000 feet high; Cloud's follajo with which they ore unwrapnext morning, completely exhnusted. says: t)ru. Ilacon Inform. Ilia War Department and He hung it there over the heart ot Hest, North and South Dome, and the ped. Altars of worship at which na "Kcports from Japanese sources are A. U L Smith, of Oregon, a passenger, Tlut lhe Itr.l.kln. Will Surrender this continent to Indicate that only heights never captured save by the tions might kneel. Domes ot chalcen woman in tho water In circulation here to the e licet that Him on Wrdar.itar. to Mirrendcrcd to dony on temples of porphyry. See all hopj for this nation is in tho cross on fiery bayonets ot the thunderstorm! wreckage thai was supporting htm and Sir Claude McDonald, tbo British No pauso for the eye, no stopping this carnage of color up and down tin which our Immanucl died. The clouds Wasjuxgtox, Oct 18. Adjt Gen. were vocal at our Saviour's birth, tho place for thc mind, Mountntns hurled cliffs; It must have been the battlefield swam ashore tumbled. The woman minister nt Pckln, had Informed lorbln into Monday night received the rocks rent nt His martyrdom, why not on mountains. Mountains In the wake ot tho war of tho elcmentsl Here are was saved. HerUino is reported as the Chtncsa government that sov- .lowing dispatch from Gen. Ilacon, thc walls of Colorado bear tho record of mountains. Mountains flanked by all the colors of tho wall ot Heaven, solely to tho Miss Webb, but no such namo appears erelgnty appertains iciticatlng that the Indian uprising in of the crucifixion? mountains. Mountains spilt. Mount- neither tho saffron, nor the chrysolite, emperor, who lias been forcibly obin thc company's list M .nttesota is practically at an end: fallen. nor the' topaz, nor thc jacinth, nor the First, consider the immensity of this ains ground. Mountains Messrs. Smith nnd W, J. Moomlng- - duated and deposed, and that he must As though amethvst, nor the jasper, nor the 13 possession. If it were Mountains triumphant. WALKEn, Minn., Oct IT. Adjutnnt continental difll-- . bo restored to his position, whllo dale say thero was tho greatest gates of 13 pearls, wanting. It spirits Oeneral, Washington At council with only a small tract ot land, capable of Mt. lllnnc and the Adlrondacks and bound from earth to Heaven could culty In launching tho Wts. . The , Knng Yu Wol and tho other reformers nothing better than sago brush, nud it. Washington were hero uttering .. . ..- -. i i ii Hostile Indians Monday thu latter said ropes were new nnu sun anu me niu.v mj paruoiiou. tuning cuinpu with ability only to support prairie themselves In one magnificent chorus pass up by way of this canyon, the hey wnnted no more .fighting with dogs. dash of heavenly beauty would not be blocks would not work. Four or five mice, urcat llrllaln will rntorec thesa I should not have much enthu- of rock nnd prcclpluo and water-fal- l. i nitcd States soldiers nnd agreed to times as many sailors as should have demands." siasm lu wanting Christ to havo it add- Sitting nnd dcshlng through the rocks so overpowering. It would only bo ccmo and surrender on Wednesday. Hut Its immensibvcu nccessnry struggled to loner ed to His dominion. the water comes down tho llrldal Veil from glory to glory. Ascent through PORTO RICO SURRENDERED. 1 ills is thc result of their detent whllo ty nnd ntllucnco no one can imagine, falls so thin you can sec tho face of the such earthly scenery, In which the each boat The lockers wero hard to crystal is so bright, would be fit prepengaged with me on the 5th. Commis unlets, In immigrant wagon or stage noun tain behind It. Yonder Is opon. The final Crrrimmy ut Ilia Urllv.ry of Falls, dropping 2,031 feet, 10 aration for the "sea of glass mingled of Indian Affairs Jones has coach, or lu rail train of the Union Pa sioner Tho crew, in n chivalrous effort to Iba Itlaml In llir UnlKil Ststas Took Catimes greater descent than that of Ni- with fire." Ken shown this telegram nnd concurs clfle or tho Northern Pacific of the save thc wouieu, mndo tho mlstuku of I'Uci nl Noon Tinilaf, nadian Pacific or tho Southern Pacific, agara. These waters dashed to death An electric kitchen ln operation at in tho entire foregoing statement. undcrmanhlng tho boats. Thero were AOMIHAX. DUVVBV AHCU ITUH TMSfl CHICAGO PUACB alVUlLKB. on tho rocks, so that tho white spirit the general offices of the Edison Co., he has travcrsced it. Sj'n Juan hk Poiito lltco, Oct 18. (Signed) only four sailors In ono boaVi which 1 supposed lu my boyhood, from its these slain waters nsccndlng In robe In New York, Is a model of culinary capsized as sooif.as it was launched. The final ceremony In tha delivery of Hacox, llrlgndlcr OcncraL slzo on the map that California wns a of mists seeks tho heavens. Yonder Is art Tho oven bakes brown biscuits Many famous riders were In llne. stf muunllng ornaments wore to be Messrs. Smith nnd llloomlngdalo say the island nnd tho raising of tho few yards across, a rldgo ot land on Navadn Fnlls, plunging TOO feet, tho In a jilTy and a twist of tho wrist disSnow In Honlh Dakota. w hlch ono must walk cautiously lest water In nrrows, the water In rockets, poses ot the old hearthstone adage, Capt Urlflllhs had appeared 111 United- States Hag upon tho captain Thero wero nil kinds of wheels, in- put In place. When the arch went that MlNNEAioLis, Minn., Oct 18. Dis- he hit his head against tho Sierra Ne- the water In pearls, thc water lu general's, palace, 11 Morro and thu cluding bicycles built for two, sextets down tho laborers Yrero nt work on all day. watched pot never bolls." The new tho water In diamonds. That "a public buildings of San Juan took and motocycli's. There were n few the rough lidoi's' arch at state an patches from Huron, Wntertown nnd vada on one side, or slip oft Into the tangled teapot with an electric heatflianlrst Iliiilf Ntnlro. waters on the other Califor- cascade flings down tho rocks enough er, begins to boll within CO seconds. place Tuesday at noon. National sa-- . carnival floats. Some of them re Madison streets and thus escaped K- other points in South Dakota say that Pacific . MlDDI.EBIIOnol'Olt, JCy.r Oct- - 17. It If t ,1,1 snow has bycit falling throughout the nia, tho thin til co of land, ns I sup- Jewelry to array nil tho earth In benn In order to encourage cooking, heat-lug- , mica wcro urcu oy mo American artil- sembled scenes taken from fairy land. 'lng carried down with the frame wor havo ty, nnd rushes on until It boyhood, It to be reported that tho body of Mahala eta, by electricity, the company stnte nil day, Tho wind blow almost a posed to bo largerinthan all tho I states n very hell of waters, the drops Into lery and tho forts. Thero was special Ono motocyclc was occupied by n smoke of found t)y?,t3q-poipwoman who died nl music. All tho insulnr ofllclals and baud. galo from the north, In some sections of Now Hngland and all New York their torment ascending forever and proposes to Include kitchen apparatus, la Andrra Found? Another was in tho form of a heating and ventilating in reckoning Wnhlon'ri Klilgo not lung ago, has been tho foreign consuls attended lho funcCuicaoo, Oct. IT. Advices from tha attaining a velocity of 10 miles an state nnd all Pennsylvania added to- forvor. kwan, with a seutlng capacity of IS. Thus the cost initallntlon hereafter. stolen. . tions, hour. part of this of lighting will bo relatively diminthem together Hut tho most wonderful gether; and If you add It was in many respects a cosmopolitan north juit received urc to the effect of American continent is tho Ycllowstono ished by the use of current for thetc Hi Itrit tha Aiuerloitns. their square miles fall far short parado. Pcoplo ot all nations and that tho Wellmnn expedition found Tha panlurdi Are Scheming. final Award of War lloiiits, And Mami.a, Oat. IT. Tho Insurgents at Havana, Oct. 18, The Impression Is California. of thethen all thoso new- park. My two visits there made upon purposes. Washington, Oct 18. Tho treasury from every walk of life participated, traces of a recent camp an Frini union, North and me nn Impression Jlhat will last forborn states Lagaspl hnvo prevented tho American department Monday mado n lliml Thc policemen nnd tho firemen rodo Josoph Land, nnd It Is though Andrco growing in tho minds of tho American South Dakota, Washington, .Montana, ever. Go in by theTMonelda routo as Much Is claimed for tho new French steamer Hermanns from loading or un- nwnrd of the now war loan. Sub- with tho letter carriers nud lho nnd his assoclnlos arc there, as taey sommlssloncrs that Spain expects tho Idaho nnd Wyoming. Uach state an wc did this summer and saro 250 miles exploslvo named "promethee," thc loading, fin Alio ground that thero arc scribers for tho sum of 81,600 will rein red ore the only people who had previous United States will ultimately assist in empire in size. zouaves of railroading, your stage coach tak- - composition of which is now mado Spaniard". 'On board. They also re- ceive a percentage, of that sum wheeled alongside tho athletic turners ly headed thnt way. sending tho Spanish troops back to tho "Hut," 6ays some one, "in calculat- insr you through a day of scenery as known ns consisting, ln its solid porfused to allow an ofllcer of' tho United nmountlng to Sl.COa Subscribers peninsula. It may bo that the pres- ing tho immensity of our continental captivating and sublime as the Yellow-ston- o tion, of 50 per cent of potash, 20 perfor in white.park Itself. After all poetry cent manganese dioxide and 20 per N.w lircord RtUbllihrd. Kvcry club in Chicago was repreStatus cruiser H ilclgh to land without JM.HSO or less will bo nwnrded tho ent vexations delays aro caused for tho acreago you must remember that vast permission of (Jen. Agulnnldo. sented In tho parade, with n rivalry NnwYonK, Oot IT. llleh ltalmcr, of purposo of tiring American patience reaches of our public domain nro un- has exhausted Itself concerning Yel- cent ferrlo oxide this being tritufull amount of their subscription. a mill and filled and that excelled in numerical showing. tho Paramount wheelmen, Hroo vu, until McKlnley will bo glad to scud cultivated heaps of dry .and,tho the lowstone park, and all the Morans rated, mixedainpermeable cartridge iuto beand Great and Hlerstndts nnd tho other en cartridges, y Jrru.Hlnn Cruwilril M'llh Visitor. It was the pick of lho north, south and arrived at tho city hall, this city. ships In order to expedite matters. At ilnd Lands' of Montana am glad you chanting artists havo completed their ing employed to facilitate the penetraDrain nr Capt. IVallaee. American desert" I west sides. From tho west sldo came Jriiui.KM, Oct, IT. Tho city Is alnt 3:55 p. m., having ridden from hny rate, tho Spanish commissioners mentioned that Within 25 years there canvas, there will bo other revela tion ot tho oil, the latter consisting ol ix, O., Oct 18. Win. 1 ready overcrowded with visitors, one of the most prominent captains ou John Symnii ut the head ot 3,500 men; Cincinnati In 88 hours, establish! ag a never lose nn opportunity to dwell will not bo between tho Atlantic and tions to make, and other stories of Its 50 per cent of petroleum and 10 pci chiefly (iorinnns, nwnltlug lho arrival tho grcnt lake, died Sunday from nil from tho north, 1,000 members of tho new record. The former record was upon American wealth nnd Spanish Pacific coasts 100 miles of land not re- beauty and wrath, splendor and agony, cent oil of bitter almonds. This pre- of Umreror Wllllum. Turngomlndo swelled tho 3,'J00 riders 101 hours. povorty. claimed either by farmers' plow or by to bo recited. The lellowstono parK oared liquid Is not used to Impregnate attack of congestion of tho brain. behind Marshal A. T, Helwood. Thu miners' crowbar. Hy Irrigation, tho is the geologist's paradise. Hy cheap the cartridge until just before It la Uriel Up ami ltobbr.l. Mali grrvlee In i'orlii Itlru, nt III At m j CKllipa. Aluur wnters of lho rivers and the showers of ening of travel muy it become tho na to be used. south side sent J. F. llally with n t'h. Slorcmrnt of Fr.nrli War Mi p.. off18, Tho first GAU.ii'bi.ic, O., Oct 18. William Wasiii.oton, Oct Wasiii.no'iov, Oct IT, Tho members In somo portions Heaven, In what nie called tho rainy tion's 1'aiiis, Oct. 18. A noto olan of 4,000. Nobody attempted to Plymouth, Kng., has just celebrated of tha wur Investigating commission Issued Monday says that tho state- estimate lho number of unattached Grlfr, of Fairfield, III, nn Inma e of icial recognition ot commercial trans- season, will bo gathered Into great of it thero seems to bo the annrchy of Johnston's prlvato epileptic, hoMtsl portation service in Porto Uico was an reservoirs, and through aqueducts the elements. Fire and water, nnd the thc opening ot Its new waterwork, did not hold a morning session, but, de- ments to tho fleet that the French war- riders that participated. tho vapor uorn ot Hint marriage, icrriuc began five years ago. A lake, containand wliei voted tho tlmu to preparation for the ships which aro being placed on a war With the formation of tho parado nt here, was held up and robbed o SU agreement entered into at the post let down where ing 650.000,000 gallons, was mado by Officer Qllmore nrrtcd ofllee department Monday for carry- people wnnt them. Utah is nn object Gcvkor cones or hills of crystal that closing tho two lower outlets of the tour of tho tinny camps, which begins footing havo been ordered to lircst Is T o'clock Simon Mayer, grand marshal, by footpads. over 5.000 years growingl In and jailed Harry Lewis nnd l"dard ing the malls between Ponce nud San lesson. Somo parts of that territory have been cnrwi, wirouuuig, Sunday. incorrect, nnd it is added that unduo started the column, preceded by Mayor aouuiug, Ilurrator valloy of tlio Alcavy rivet which wcro so barren that a spear of places tno Juan, tha chief cities of the island. Valentine, with aqueous with two great dams extending from Importance has been attached to the Harrison. Iingr.t Irlrpltana Une, grass could not have been raised there groaning, quaking expiration hill to hill, thus forming a huge cup. the At Chief Swcnle, of tho fire department, Vint Whits Woman In Ilia Hlonillkr DruL in 100 yenr nro now rich as Lancaster paroxysm. Tacoma, Wash., Oct IT. A tele- Incident Jr.... Jame. Iniilrlr.l. ono Ono dam is 303 feet long, TT feet thick 05 minutes Pennsylvania, was nt tho head of 159 firemen. phone lluo batween Tacoma and San .Kansas Citv, Ma, Oct 18. All per- county farms of of Now York, or of the every tossing Its boiling water ut the base and 21 at the top. lhe Skattlk, Wash., Oct it. V.ola .Inckrr tloriul.r Hurt geyrers or of W. stchester farms Tho 1st regiment cyclists had tho Grlgnon, wife of Ned Grlgnon. a sons named in W. W, Lowe's confesFrancisco, wth branch lines to llrlt-Isl- i Dbtiioit, Mich., Oct 18. Loeksley farms of New Jersey. US feet in the Air and then descend second wall Is TOO feet long. The ex-- . Columbia and Moxlco, Is just com-- I fell In tho first race Monday and broku post of honor at tho head of tho rtestlhy Yukoner, died In this t.iy sion, including Jesse James, jr., re- Somersotcodnty proved that 10 acres ing into swinging rainbows. 'lie cavations went down ovor 100 feet be Hxperlments havo column. wcro In. of ground Irrigated from waters gath- - toucheth tho hills and they smoiic." low the old bed of the river. leted, mailing tho longest telephone his leg. Jockey (lorinU-yiJundny. Mrs. Grlgnon was the firt garding tho Leeds hold-- r who rod I Two hundred policemen mounted on white woman in tho Klondike. line In the United States. dieted Monday, him, "as liijiticd Internally. A fa-m- en 1 V-''s rf Transport Cu'n steamer Mohogan, formerly tho Cleopatra, of tlic Wilson A Furiicsk-Leylan- d Hue, which left London for New Vorlc Thursday with 50 passengers and n crew of 150, la ashore oft Tho Jilpinl. between tin Manacles and tho Lowlands. Lomhi.v, OcL IT. Tho Atlantis Transport Co. issued tho following statement Sunday evening regarding thefate of 'tho passengers otiit crew ol At Inn tie Wasiiisotox, Oct 18. Tlio elTcctlro strongthof tho United Ktntesnavy has Wen Increased by eight war ship,, vessel which recently flow tho Span-hi- t flag. Five of these aro now attached to Adm. Dewey's squadron, two ore credited to tlio North Atlnntlr station, and the last Is tho cru er In fanta Marin Teresa, now under her own sUnm, preparing to start for Norfolk, to bo made ready for active service. Several dByi ago the nnry department, which U now making up its list of vessels In service, which Is a customary exhibit In the secretary's annual report to congress, scut n message to Adin. Dewey for an accurate list of, th prises ha was now utilizing In hli licet Tho question shows what. lull. f JR. A ,1l.n..v. . agency from Paris says: It I. Now na Illch as Any In Ilia Natlon-I- rMH7 I'.moii. Illilrrs Mrr.ln Lin and All 1, 'Monday tho conference reached Slckri thfi Dru.rrl IUomoui a Klnil. of lirrls. Including lllcrcl.l erim for the first time. Judge Day Su Mioulcl Wut- - 1'Ueis lis Hunt for Ton, Hril.li BUi preieritcd tho demands of the Aracr-?- n ll.M.dr.l With CloiprL, Mulurclrt Wrr Vtttl, commission ln threatening words. iU said that delay wns the only pos-itl- a Dr. Tnlmage, In this discourse, takes .Chicago, Oct IT. The national peace object nttalnablo by the persist- us with him on a journey to tho PaJnUlco of Chicago was Sunday night cific, and finds "lho footsteps of tho ent ertortb of tho Spanish commissionInaugurated with a union thanksgivers to anddlo tho United States with Creator" everywhere, as Hugh Miller ing service nt tho Auditorium. PresiUiKuban debt and would to tolernled found them ln tlio old red sandstone. Toxtsf lsalnh xxxr., 0, "Streams In o longer, as tho United Stulr-dent McKinlcy attended and listened to wmiJ.1 tho desert;" Psalms civ., 33, "Ho addresses, by a Jewish KabbI, a itotnan neither assume r cuarnnl...- - miiiii.fi fonclietli tho hills and they smolfe." Catholic priest, n Presbyterian clergyfftbedobt My first text means Irrigation. It ' man nud n noted colored orator. Tho "rh.0 Spaniards replied that this means the waters of the Himalaya, or applause for tho prosldcnt wus tcrrUic, plMed Spain In a position of rcpndlat-ororjoor tho Sierra Kcvadas f tne and at one tlmo In was compelled to lum. rcduolng tho face valno of poured through canals and aqueducts rl&o In Ids box imil respond to tho for the fertilization of tho valleys. It CmcAoo, Oct 18. -J- ubilee enthut-ias- tb) (Jubnn bonds from 60 to eo per frantic cheering of the audience. Th was lielclitened Momlav w paying onljr half .trio stipulated meansot-tlio process by which the Inst guts., - American barrurmcssjvylu be I .t. .M ... ' a J ,jj,I .l J'4 'IttlJsws&SAVrruu of & ..iimi.. tr whrels wrra lho agent of the big Illuminated They were In cliargo of C, L marshal A moving electric arch, tho bases of which were supported by two triplet was a brilliant spectacular feature of the parade. Grand Marshal Mayor Included la his staff of aides W. II. Arthur, chief consul of tho Iague of American Whcelmani W. a Molly, president of thc Illinois division Leaguo of American Wheelman; Waltor Knrady, chairman of records of century road clubs! It. O. rishor, president of the associated cycling clubs: J. 1'. llally, president of the Cook Count; Cyclists association and others of prorcincnoo in'lbe wheelman's world. J ' President McKlnley reviewed th parade from thc stand at tho auditor' I fift . INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC; CAXjX. jl&d 8KB US. NEGOTIATIONS SEJ.MON A th ""r nliigTHpa,, Oct IVsre Conimlsilonrn Tlirr. l)rlBr tiirSfd. r""nl", nrrle'.rimaiids Worthless Area Once Was tho . Western IU'rIoiis. 'tndon news rllln .Cnverhsof pictured walls large enough for the scpulchcr of tho liumnn race. Formations of stone ln slinpo Jind color of calla lllly, of heliotrope; of rose, of consllp, of sunflower nnd of gludlolus. Sulphur and arsenic and oxide of Iron, with their delicate pn ells, turning tho hills Into a Lux. mi burg, or a Vatican picture gallery. The Thanatopsls geyser, exquisite as the Ilrynnt poem it was' nnmed after, nnd the Evangeline geyser, lovely as tho Longfellow heroins s r-- Wldoreachcsofstoneoflntermlnt-ligreat, pitchers or reservoirs, and rc colors, blue as lho sky, green as l the fresjjthcjr land whenevor'they will lounge, crimson as tho dahlia, whlta Thojvork has already been grandly asitho snow, spotted as the leopard, begun by the 1'nltod Stotes govern- ,tttymy as tho Hon, grizzly as the ment Over 400 lakes have already Jri circles, In angles, In stars. In bear, coroWen ofllclally it commemorates, ', I .r'a - " sur-rend- ..-- s """"''r "V c r"'" " 'l aaaJJ.M' 1 """ Sl ll .1 I s Span-Sunda- l.e, in !,." ". Ifal IhII' rock-boun- d, raagr. U-tu- !'. s-- 1 few-,..- r -- d ,,.,,.. t fJ .. i- .. Sur-Kuro- fr i I i t Kng-llslini- l.t lf - i- -- j - nine-Oiyst- s, Mul-liti- ,i..ii sol-tile- d sun-da- I play-groun- seml-ofllci- , t ' !S?f.?f,r- - vw iKSST! A i' --l-m v t &&&i&&t r THE HICKMAN COURIER. (Jporgo Alarrrn. HIOKMAX, : s (IKUJUJiS ROUTED. American ln a Mctory on I'litiieso , MMMMiMSttMMN It Costs No More to become high-grade, Soil. i Jl A' JF i hi f 3 iiiiii nullly reliable The RtcnniRhlp Aztec, whloh nr no marks a.... I'.inini.iin liiflt wnab.i or brand ptrvoUable, ahd valued at III OIIU i'lllllUIDWU II.H 1S.00, this September 12th, 181)8. tlm flrlnnt. Iirniioht lieWH ofl Y ...V w...., w,."j. v. mknrrs, j. i f. o. L. GATZCRT & CO., Chicago, Nominees for Congress. a clash between tho seamen or Democratic IMO.-lfifty Grr. Down's fleet hihI about First District Clins. IC. Wheeler. engaged exclusively for more than limn niiiiinn ni inn' Ivnni?. where Second District Henry I). Allen. to) Third DNtrtct John H. IUmu. the ships of the American fleet Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring, Fourth District I). II. Si'iith. are being tcpaircit nnd scraped. $f Seventh Dwrrict K. K. Settle. spirited foiub.it resulted In tho r'jj A Eighth District Oeo. O. Oilbcrt. We cordiallv invite our friends and the Ninth District Mordcrui Williams. defeat of the Qerinatis, and they than it does one of those ill Y. ritrnatrlck. Tenth District T. were put to flight. Efforts were, general .public to favor us with a call and fitting: and cheaply made Splendid Selection of made to suppress the news, but insvitrA SaWtrt's immense line of garments with which the details became known. Spaiiisli Authority Eoded in the country is flooded. Some of the uiuii on tho Ameri3o oM "0ViUt S&mvVt from which we are NEW BOOKS, Puerto Kico. can ships were granted shore OU ought to hear how tho women nro talking about OUR prepared to make to order leave while at Hour JCona. The Store. Tho men uro talking too. They all arco that I More t STATIONERY, luiAo a Fiue, Up-tdato Stock of Goods, hi nil Hues. . . . Ainetlcaii jncliles indulged At 12 o'clock Tnceilny tho stars than too freeb in li'iuor, but there nnd 8triipt wore raised over the ' 200 Handsomo was no disturbance, until the at NOTIONS, &c. palace in Sun Juan, Puerto Hieo. sighted a party of fifty seamen styles Siniultniienuttly the dug ma do it from tho Qerui.in cruUer, Kalseriu for AF Call and sec our Stock. EveryLadle appconeo throughout tlio city, nnd Augusta. 1 lie Germans "tit nn inTHE IlKASON there U so much talk about Onr Storo 1a duo to and mill vessels in the liar hered thrin considerably, but that tho forts TIIUKC RULES: the We Gorntee Absolutely to Fit and Please You In Every Respect. thing tip to date, bor 1)00111111 forth n oaluto. The did not dampenmen, ardor of Ad who since tho miral Dewe.va Int. Tho 8tylo and Quality of My Goods. Eleventh Infantry, Troop II of the war with Spain, began to look from H. C, AMBERG, Hickman, Ky, Maiiy Kbui:ni)K8 & Co. Sixth cavalry were drawn up on upon tho Heel of Von Deidrlch 2nd. Our Astonishing Prices Astonishingly LOW. People say tuoy aro Very Ghoap, $4,00 in tho light of an ally or tho square before the palace. All almost heads were bared as tho ting the Spanish forces Id the Philipup to 3rd. Our Quarantoo of Satisfaction. Wo Hvo up, to Our opened to tho nreeze and the pines. Words, and wlil not Misrepresent the Goods. AND NATIONAL BANK, lit Fit nf rt)a Itm1 tiairiin An iraneaiaie charge npon the VluvotitU UnemjM ordered. The Germans jtialnnvUlneBirstn of the (Succmor to Wru. Ultitelbrlnk,) for il, and in a raoaeul Hy the "BpntiglntJ lhmntT." aUc 31 aC M. aa. 9 3Kad ''-- . oaatcs in- ,e de were at tt kamaler Label lntt th qa.'stcnn at Vavrto IUpo fthontf ctilUf li't u.r. tot hOO,000 hihiihliHiiiH Inst their!u"' longs. Flat and feet wro met el ccircct the Ijtt. piti M Spanish citizenship. According used, and thoso fortunate enough . aud tupcrlcr nntin My Complete" l"Hi4 P,UK "P cuius anil stones, lost to a dispatch tioni Madrid, all the an auurant thai no lime In innklntr (ho best of Cloak mad ymj'r bujInjlS. bfttthtt't a high oOicmls will remain and be and bcauu&et thl figurt aft no that them. The fight had gone on come American citizens. othct garment ran. In Dry Ooods, Clothing', Shoes, Hats, Caps, Grooor-loThe military commission nt Ha- about ten minutes when half a HardWaro, Queouswaro, Doors, Sash, Lumber, Eto. Our reputation for handling the vana lias struck a snag on the dozen of the Germans, who were H1CKMAX, KEXTU0KY. II. BUCHANAN, J. J.a IIOKDUnANT, O. II. TIIKEI.KKLD, M ,L. SIIAW, J. W best o( everything It emphatically pressed by au oqnnl number question of eradiation, and it Is hard B. CASE, J. A. TlIOXtrsON. ALUXAKOEK, cxprcMed la our Cloak Department possible that matters may bo left of Americans, known as tho best Seo .uuplch of Cloth and Styled at to Washington and .Madrid. As a rough and tumble Ashlers In Dew- IFREE DELIVERY. O TIB last hope, Gen. rJutler and Gou. pj's fleet, turned nnd run. This fSg Baltzer & DOdds. wan a signal for a general retreat ; J. A. THOMT. Tolephouo Store No. 04; Reel- - II. DUCIIANAK, rmlJfulj J. J. C. DONUUItA.NT, I'armdo will hold a confidential, on the part of the Germans, the Informal meeting. bOK. Caiklir; DEN KUYKENDALL, Aiililant.CaiM.r. idence, No. W. Not tho Orthodox limits. Ameilcans following them for a short distance, administering fareAOAlST FUSIOX. A returned victim describes the well blows. Several heads were Klondike as "one vast, mensuro The Republican commit eo of broken, but they were all on GerKENTUCKY CROP REPORT. LIQUID AIK. less hell of ice nnd snow." It if Trigg county, held a meeting last man shoulders. very evident that he didn't no For the October report replies week, nnd passed resolutions de- BUILDI.Nd AXDLOAJS AS50UIATIOS wero received from 147 corres- The Cost of Its I'roilnctlon Has Been quire his idea of hell from the M. WITTING, MAIU'IMCTUBKRM r THR rKLLBHATKBl same bible which a majority of us Kednced to Ten Cents claring that it would not support pondents, representing 103 counstudied when we were young and Reeves for Congress, holding that The prosperity of tbe people of ties. DEALER IN Per Gallon. Innoceut. Denver l'osl. such n fusion "would not only moderate means and wage earners CORN. National Advertiser. stultify all our profession Tor n in thin country is in no way better The corn crop has been further STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Arc You IimirtMl? stable government, sound curren- Illustrated than iu the annual re- benefitted during September. Lute Liquid air, the coldest thing When yon thluk of havluK yonr life cy and protection of our Industries port of the President of the No corn, which is usually cut off by knowu to science, supplying the TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, insured tho Unit nnwtlou iduinld be, "I but fix a precedent for our voters tloual Building nnd Loan Associ- the closing of tho season, is, this most wonderful force in nature, It safer' Tho Mutu.il Lire, or New that will be detrimental to ation", says the Boston Traveler. year, as well matured as early Is Vork being ctrouKMit of soon to be put upon tbe mar all financial tho largest nndwith Assets, Mr Sieek Is 1wj Kr of future success." ami Camplel, The members of thase Associa- com. The warm rains have, bow- institution", The resolutions also deplore the tions aro for the most part wane- - ever, kept corn in a sappy condi- ket as a commercial commodity. .'W.OOO.OOO 00, surplus .15,000,000.00, sail I lnln da p ublie lo com and at tu. failure or the district committee earners, with little or no capital. tion and u number of complaints By means of an invention recent- you "ill ny naturally selcctthat comtho M.iftit. Cnh paid for Country rrodue. to provide for u nomination for auu tue arrearages tn dues arc al have been reclcved of damage in ly patented the cost of the pro- pany as asViug tho second question, "Is Upon congress, and criticise the leaders ways considerable. During the shock, caused by beating. Grasstho coutract a good oho?" you will find WRtlnz't olJ Hand, Clinton Bind, for advising a support of the pop past year there has been n mark- hoppers, in the wetteru section duction of liquid air has been re- that tho Mutual Life l,nes every desir duced from $0 per gallon to 10 able form of Lifo and Endowment InHICKMAN, KY. uliat candidate. ed Increase iu promptness of pay- particularly, have stripped the surance, Investment Rouds aud Annuiments, in consequence of which stalks of their blades, and In some cents per gallon. easy matter for ties, aud CHICAGO'S di:ai..u!k CANAL. hundreds of borrowers hare been Instances this has occured early The production of liquid air on you to getIt awUl be ancsieclilly adapted DR. contract enabled to settle their indebted- enough to cuuso damage to tbe a commercial basis is a proposi to circumstaucex. ICHlTTTjroiC-ir- . Unless the strong arm of the ness. The extent of these socie- grain. Local windstorms have tion that not only affects power-usin- Iu your iuclluatioim aud reply to your third question, "Is it Federal Government intervenes, ties and their financial strength blown the corn down badlv in the industries and ice and re cheap." Tho Mutual Life being a pure- niOKMAN, ly mutual company furnishes Iiuuranco KENTUCKY says tbe St. Louis Republic, the m.iy be gathered from the fact western and southeastern sections frigerating plants, but is also to its memUrs at the exact cod, nuil that there are nearly 5,000 associ- aud tho hot weather uud rains to revolutionize many other vou will find ujHin itnextiiritloii that Mississippi river will soon be polhave caused all ears tuuchiog tbe businesses, develop new Indus during tho flftv-t- l ve years of this Com- Oflloe over Oowgill A Oowglll's luted with (lie eutlre sewerage of ations throughout tho country, ground to rot. (HuoonNHiir t HutiSc IlruM) Drug Store. liaing 1,0412 170 members and tries and to proportionately stim- pany's exlstccco, It has beta M) excelone of the largest cities in the their combined capital and assets The estimated average yield is ulate theadyertlsitig of enterprises lently managed, that tho average cost to members of each il.Ooo Insurance - IIUI" world Chicago. A stream flow- - reach the enormous total of $001,- - 32jj bushels per acre. By sections affected by its use. sDHALER XXI s MmCJ-J. O. BTKl OUT has ht'ii less than in nuy other Com- - I), a. PAUK. lug with the purebt water on the UUUJ7. The capital and surplus the j leld averages 31 bushels per liquid nlr Is As a medlolne njiir.. Association or Assessment...., mm4 onier. a ii nw PAUK fcQPBIOHT, Itlobe into oe conlHtmuiUed. Ill or ib inU of iku Ann fnr tlin wcatarn. !IK fnv IK rill not be for a Ji.r, or a week, country aro f 000 000,000. in three north ceulral and 27 for tho south- - exceeding even oxoueand oxygen. women In any amount front f 1. 000 to to ago or a month, lint yearnfler year the fellies a ilpcrease fu assets fs re eastern. For $1, or perhaps lens, one will 11,000,000, at rates according $900.00 and MAYFIELI), KENTUCKY. offending iutiiieiicn will pour thro' ported. They are Chicago Cincinhi. plan, rauglug from 10.00 to Kvt ixr Will do a General Law soon i.l able . o ...,.ni... coo. w .Uyn Kindness TESNESSEK TO RAISE qUARAXTIXK druggist a bottlo of perfectly pure the center or the richest alley on nati and St. Louis. This is attribbnUf you are now in good health, and iu all Courts, Stale and Fedliquid air, just as one uow boys n havo no lusnrauco consult with R. R. earth, spreading on either bank uted to local causes. Outside of eral, nnd In all the Courts So far as the Stnte of Tennessee bottle of cod liier oil or bitters, Ellison almt It. orlf you hvo a littlo epidemics of typhoid, diphtheria, these cities there has been a steady of Fulton County. is concerned, there will be no and with this pure air. consump- - '""uranco, and feci like yon somo and even cholera, perhaps. increase both in borrowers aud oout u. or lll Nearly t!9,0U0,CU0 cubic feet of nnd lenders. In Pennsylvania, quarantine after Sunday. This Is lira. '" uv .innih au 4 IU moTO, TOnsms r.. x.r ivuison ntnlw ltiaii Prompt Attention (llrrn Collection. RBPMINO A SPKCIALTV. WORK GUABAKTBED! u tiiiitlil Pll f.ivtnn if iivii tilth and impuri les will flow Into for inatauce, an increase of more ollloial. Dr. Albright, Secretary somnlavlotlms will enjoy sloep. Mmo oMwsmeut Society, or other every day, and the than $4,700,000 is reported. In and the executive officer of the tbe Mississippi air bus the appearance railed cheap insurauco concern, aud Board of Health, was dark flood which contaminated Pennsylvania, fur instance, an Tuesday, nnd iu nu In Memphis of pure water, with that faint tinge have shico found It to ba a delusion and See interview said of blue so noticeable In clear and naw. m thcr all are, and If It la not Blacksmith and Undertaker tbe water supply of Chicago from increase or more than 2,800,000. yet too lato will find it to your was no doubt about the tho lake will run by Alton, St. Iu a nation where tbe home build- that there ice. t, Is he air we breathe vautage to consult E. R. Ellbon abont CllHfSH Nlree., IIiniMAM, K Y HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. high Louis, Cairn, Memphis, Helena, ers are on the increase, prosperi- raising of the quarantine upou the reduced to liquid-forday named, unless there is a de- pressure and expansion.under tem ,t R. R. Ellison is tho Special Agent for Nothing gives so Vicksburg, Matcher and rew Or- ty Is certain. Its MK A TRIAL when you wan secure a foundation for liberty as cided change for the warmer perature Is over 300 degrees below hp Mutual Lifo Insurance Comiauy,of leans. IllacaaBitlMnK donr, or repairs la weather. zero, and it snnnlles fnren Inat as ewxorx at iitcmuau, ny. Dr. Kavold holds that the im- the wide ownership of houses. Wagons, Ac. llont.lioelng a prrltlly full lint of I alao kep mense amount of iuipuiitles flow-lusteam does and may be utilized in Mississippi is practically with- SUGAR KI.X1 AND COrFEE KIXu AT tho same manner as steam power W a. Wrvrnn. druggist, Clinton, Ky., daily into the Mississippi canUndortakor'i Ooode, DAUGERS POINTS. is utilized. It is a portable energy fir ho has sold Plantatiou Chill Cunt not bepunQed between the mouth out State government, the Govm iny years, and among tho many ernor and all officials having fled ! nan tin lintrloil and Ir.mannrt. furdl tonics ho tluds tho ef the Illinois tiiverand the Gulf nnd ' Plantatiou tho Common, Korewootl, and Solid Black Wall A fight between the Arbuokles, ed. to be released m will. It will of Mexico, and that the cities from the yellow fever. mint rcllablo ho sells, as It acta different nut ColUni and Caaes, which can be Dltrd Havenotice, and up on and from tho south of St. Louis are In equal dan James G. Woodward, a printer the coffee kings, kings,the becom - drive bicycles, horseless carriages, mops chillsouinlno tonics, which ouly prices. altort tne a call. at reasonable Yea CteNnet Hake n Fllatake OIe is for a short timo. It removes ger railway trains, ocean liners Jn on the Atlanta Journal, secured meyers, the sugar tihop near tne Jail. ing so aotive that the effect will fact, do any thing that steam or th cause, and tho euro Is tiermanout. 'When the Chieairo bcwrco 1j dump the primary election for Mayor of I id into the Mississippi River, I predict the city, it la considered n great soou be felt throughout tbe conn electricity or any other mechannu epidemic of typhoid rever, diphtheria try, and particularly by the groc-er- ical power is made to do. and possibly cholera In St. Lnnls and victory for tbe working classes. One of Its Strongest l'olnts la Its trade. They have nlready comThe introduction of other cities dmwlug their water supply Arkansas planters, it menced cutting prices, and par- into sick rooms and liquid air hospitals from tho contaminated nource," wis tho is Several decided to leave UHTAIILIHURI) IMS, B.ud, have their ticularly by (he investors is ap- would reduce suffering, speed the USE OF .ECONOMY startling bnt positivo statement of Dr. Ainand Ruvold. "Water carrieo tho cotton in the fields this year, de- prehension shown by the rapid de- recovery of the convalescing and TOM DILLON. SrM Prop'r, Hakes Biscuits In i Minutes Light II read In 40 Minuter. bacteria of typhoid fuver, dysentery, claring that nt ruling low prices cline In the price of sugar stocks. save the lives of many fever pacholera and diphtheria. Tho longest they would loso money picking it. Brokers calculate that tbe value of Economical Cooking Buying a ''Majestic" menus a tients. Sleeplessness due to the to B, O. Ratuai, iImM,) ( SatCMMr river in tho world will not purify itoelf decision of the Court of Ap- or the stock of the American Sug- hot nnd humid ntmospliero of dog The ueioro k empties into tno Call and Examine Them. You'll liny ho Olhrr. aud tho Missiiiippi will carry tho gernu peals upholding the separate coach ar Refining Company has suffered dftjs will be unknown to guests Marble and Granite Monuments 1110 UUII." 10 law will save the negroes much a shrinkage or nearly $14,000,000 or uotets aud private dwellings trouble in this state. His a meas- during tbo lust thirty days, and when liquid air Is used in ventiaYvisi aiaf vaHKMatMHi w iapnPBlliaiar ai 1 isto--, Max flANiiRRiir, a Padncnh ure iu the intorusl of peaco aud that the cut already made Iu pric- lating tbe sleeping rooms, for tor es if continued through the year, rid heat may be changed to Klon lawyer, and u negro preacher nam. good order. STONE WORK of all Kinds, will diminish the earnings of the dike cold. Tbe possibilities of yi 'Yj ed George Harden, both RepubliBJfi ' W. K. Hearst, of the New trust by more than $0,000,000. IRON FENCING, &C.&C. cans, have taken tho stump against liquid air seem to be unlimited, York .Journal, says a poll of the the candidacy of Ilud Reeves. (ho commercial value of tbe and State shows that Van Wyck will On November 4, 5 and 6 Kenton Fulton Leader. be elected Governor by 53,000 ma will gi 0 a street fair. Tlio most prom- product beyond estimate. Tub good Republican brethren iority over Roosevelt, Ho says inent citizen have tho atfuir in hand, in Illinois are in favor of negro New York city will give him 00 000 and w ill nso every effort to mako it a so$1,330 Will Iluy It. cial uud financial success. rule, but not in their own state. majority. Iu fact, they want to shoot the no. The farm known as tho O. W. Powell Dr. T. Edwards, of Union Virden, Ills., mine operators died FridayJ.last of apoplexy. Ho City, placo, near Hickmau. 100 acres. 60 or groee for having the effrontery to was acres offer to oo wo to Virdeu or. Paua deoUre they will test Goveuor one of tho most eminent oculists in tho moro can becleared, orchard, good houses EKflfcSffiWwlBPIsGll 1 bought for $l,8&0.00. IWI Tun tier's right to prevent them Bonth. Ho hnd patients from all over etc., to work. sco from landing uegroca. Ponding a tho Uulted Slates. Ho had been roat iuriner luronnatiou, Oeo. WannF.v, Oonquessman White, of North settlement of his question, no fur- traveler, and It is said he hud visited 2t Hickman, Ky on tho Carolina, who Ih black, raised a ther effort will be made to operate every clvihred couutry in Union globo. taife.'CaeBfi'ManyiiSI Ho had, however, lived City row in a ciroua by taking bis seat tho mine with blacks. for a number of years. Ho w us o tr 70 Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks. Silverward. Lc 10c lor IO WEKKN, among the white people, insisting every Democrat in the years of ago. Let that he. was as good as any of county, who There is a distressingly small amount !FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTYhas the interest of ,Think ef them. The circus manager called on yellow the party nt heart, constitute him- of travel uow,This account of thoof year TWO for assistance to remove blai aud fever sc.iro. is tho timo W- Genalno Beth Thomns Alarm Clocks for tl.00. TAPKIM A WEEK.' self a committee of one nnd see to when all tho drnmmers aro busy its a forced him to retire. 4 Doors East of Laclede Hotel, it that his more ITIOKMAN, KY. uud rule, but this year few of them aro on For 10 centa we will send you thoi The citizens of Memphis have loss enthusiastic neighbor goes to the mid, especially In thU part of tho 80ml. Weekly American from uow until . a convention of the Board the polls aud votes. You owe it couutry. They cau do no good In tho ouuuary 1, ibuu, called containing or Trade of Mississippi, Louisiana, to your party and to your country. South, so thoy renialu lu tho nortli aud yi. C. J0UM)JI, (,aaklJf c. a. iroLcoioB, r. rm'i. B. T. TTI.KR, TrM't. west. It will likely bo some littlo timo ALL THE ELECTION NKVtS, Aikaneas nnd Texas to meet iu before tho holiday rush begius with tho Owing to tho tact that November traveling the city at nn early day to consid- cornea men. in on Tuesday thuro has lceii er the"intnlerable"adiniuistratlou somo misnudent.iudiug as to thod.itoof Tho littlo town of Paducah Junc- 20 papers, 10c. Send 011 your Dhaol that has characterized the yellow the clectiou, mnuuthluklug tho law read tion is steadily coming to tho front and Address fever 'panics of this year and last the first Tuesday. This idea, howutir mo hpint 01 euttrpriso is very much In AMERICAS, Li erroneous, as tho same ru.uLs Tuesday ewucuco. yoar u. tt St. U. uud I. THE aftir tho first Monday, just m tho Au- - O. Railroad tiio.n. Companies have just finishJiatm. . Naahvillo, Tcnncsseo. 1.1 tnMn .iiituitt wuumi nave neon no gust election Is Thursday after tho first ed a handsome union depot at thatplaco Out this out. trouble about sufficient revenue Monday. Tuisday being tho first day which is quite au honor to tho littlo in thiH oo u n try, 8aa the Homier-so- uiuKiM tno election 11.110 iovemoer bin. village. It has separate waiting rooms Publishers American, Gleaner, had not the income AND ARE GOING TO Thk American Military Oommls-siso- for whito and colorea pooplo with all Naahvillo, Teun. tho modern conveniences. tav, the remedy or the democratic BURI'LVN AND UIDI?1DED PnOFITH tlO.OOO. nt Havana has received Dear Sirs Send mo your paper " Tho old Confederate Vetonns of from now untilJan. 1, 1S90, party, been voted down by a maon several points raised with for which Solicits your businosB. Wo offer tlio most Llbornl Accoiiitnodations MAKE PRIGB8 TO GIT IT. jority of one iu the supremo court the Spanish UommisHloueis. One Calloway, (Jrnvos, Marshall, and find eucloscd 10c. to our Custouiors Consistent with Established met in reunion Address, which had time and again declared opens the ports of Matiinzas, HaSaturday. There was au liuuking Principles. such a tux constitutional. If such vana, Cienfuegos, Oardeiibs, and immeiixu crowd present, estimated at a law wero levied now the people Bagua la Grnudo to Red Gross from thrco to flvo thousand uooplo. IP YOU WANT CLOSE, OABn TRIOES ON Nauio of Subscriber. wero about two hundred would not be groaning uudor tho supplies. R. T. TYLER, O. A. nOLOOMBE, J. NAYLOR, W. II. HALTZ ER Aiioiuer lurnisnes a Thcro Veterans on tho ground, audgray haired afburden of war tax. The rich would description of Havatia fortifioa-lions- , ter ereetinir aud haudshikliiL'. all thosn J. W. OOWGILL, W. L. MoOUTOHEN, W. C. JOHNSON.. bo made to bear a proper part of wlillo n third rotates to the ablo to do so formed Into lino aud l'Mtbillco. Stato. tho burden. The Republican par- prospeots of resuming agriculture marched over tho grounds. After which ty in all of its existence novcr lev in the island, a lourth, which Is spocchw wero in order. Oapt. Ward, of Noto. Persons taklu A.rn Paris, mado tho opening talk, followed tho above offer aro NOT advautnBO of ied a tax on iuu riou. it is eon not satisfactory, reiterates the by Judge Robbing entitled to a. of Mayficld. Con- ,'uoss in our contest uuou tho nmuLer of iroueu oy tuo uiouey power audi Spanish claim to the right of tho gressman Wheeler being on the ground squeezes the masses for tbe bene-- , removal of guns to SpuuUb crnls-fi- t was called for aud responded with a votes received by the Dcniocratio for Oocrnor of Tcunesseo ou Nov, of tbe classes. muat patriotic addrc&o. urs. HICKMAN. 3CV. a, ib'Ja. KY., FRIDAY, : : OCT. 21, lSfS. ..l. l...l llril ., i 1 1 New I Goods, Y o the possuior of a STRAY NOTICE. Taken un its a Strav. bv Tom Morrow, living In Fulton comity, Ky., tai tho CUyro and Jordan ro.nl, I lj milea nortli nt .lord m, Ky., and I sonth of Oayco, , imu IvtIW, tu ilKUt i.Hiu, jKiiml to bo about II yearn old, - Particular People. have their clothing made to measure and should know that we have the sole agency in this city for the matqhless productions of ....New Goods! $0 Cloak J. Cash Book Store. Tttti some-wha- Eleyant Suits. 1 w Ovtrooats Stylish PantaUsM -- B. air & Baribtt, -- PAKilltS illlCIIAffi' ma r,r' Stock is WP 4 ( - Fancy Groceries and Provisions, (. s, CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIRHOTOBS. FPIOB Vlt-rriU- H. C. Am berg. ' ji ae ca I The Casti Grocer J. HICKMAN WAGON CO., e any-chanc- SH5SaiaBaa5rVr g JDentiaSt, S.K.DAVIDSON V.HIOKMAN WAGONS, HICKMAN ties-tiue- d J chtlrnl f.rcM4A fm re-t-- A .fTr-rfT- ,,., Vi "Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and t?-- t Musical Instruments. r.l., ii.-o- i. A. F. OLIVER, Call and our New Stock of Jewelry. ad-lin- n -- g "Majestic" Cooking Ranges. The Best in the World IN THE lllo-tlui- y HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, la Buyiog One of tliese Ranges FUEL!. o . a tj-:e?,:- b Hiokm&n, Ky. KERR A HANDLE, WHEN TOXJ WANT Groceries, 11 Hardware, It! Quccnswarc. and - luke-war- Fresh Meats, goto I SEMI-WEEKL- Y 1 u Soml-Weekl- W Want - y Imi Fatroaag HICKMAN Ka.a1llMHocl HIOEMAN, KENTUCKY. BANK, IMflU. u Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. DIBIOTOR S ro-pli- ! ntRack-uaburgL- Stoves, Tinware and Groceries oall SUBSCRIBE FOR noinl-ne- o J HICKMAN COURIER. TBI . '." . !LAvirL...t..:tI.v.r.nTriTit . :. Jii.' 2'. !" irt.-'j- " .i 'v. V iit -- - I t i a irj' "TT .r-"-r- fy,'7r; 2T r -- r :'" LyylHylf ' -Vi s . Local and Personal , Greatest $ Bargain $ Sale 1EVER Mr, Sid Bray wasiu Fnltou Mou bayd 10 ajitimw wmmm m wnimmnimmK We Let ' Tho ladiei at Iho Episcopal eh ore b Jiftiiowe cu pvry at tne1 win give City Hall Wi Monday rifxht.Oct. aist. Further nnuonucemeut will btf tadrf next week Frerich's'Kow ori.'taohK"liWa, Satardav" nljrhttda erowdi housei Mr. French is a veteran to the chow business, add always carries a good cdmprtUy ht perfornlerB: The Grand Lodgo of Odd Folfriw's; in session at Winchester, Ky.. last week elected J. W. Potter", of Bowling Gron; Grand Master, arid selected Padacah si taUMU?) Conritf. yoni Advertise In the PLANNED IN HICKMRN sStarts Here in the Mornfng, Hickman's t Greatest r Wo submit tlio following Unsurpaeml Values that bespeak this Store's leadership In packajjei 4XOoffeo fl.OO. rti, Hi BfCUANlN'Hi lnMr,.Cltal Ll FMtcr' of Fnltou, wa city Sunday, -- UpiuI tho art in the dourier. ihoy arc full of bargains. Union City thLt wceki -- Uobti d. itachanau, of Unlou was ia town Stinday. MIm M, Uoroniloii U M. Ya. 1 Prices Talk! . Hero afo some of the many f I gr g Bargains We are Offering, this season, which we Invite you (0 inspect. dlty Store ! Bargain-Giving! Barrel "Purity" Flonr, f.1.75 at Hi BvcitAVixV. Yon failtiot irtallr Vlll nr pnii, qnall nntll November 15. -- XI r. Jatnw. O. Parkct1 spout several daj-in Fulton thLi weeki -- Mr. nud Mrt. n. T. Tylor arospond-taf- t Iho week in LonUvlllc. 1 s l. mmh lat week. spent sovcral days E fC g g: Ladies Plush Capes, $2.00. Better ones, trimmed with Angoto Far antl Braid, $3.00 All-Wo- ol Dress 6dods ,(30 styles,.... 3d fc fc; aC In Checke, Plaids and Fancy Mixtures, .im.OKo BEST STANDARD TABLE OIL CLOTH, lOo , ., COTTON BAITING, Dry Goods Mens' Furnishings. OVKUUOATS. A splendid 10.00 VslilP, liar. Kntu price S3.75 MBN8 SUITS. Would he a great bargain at 97.00, go at tl.45 PANTS. Ono lot, gond value, Jeana Pants, 1.50 talue, go at. ..1.00 MENS Heavy Duck Work Costa, Lined, good 1.00 value, tl.'-MKNS Duck Suck Goats at 45o OVKItSIIIKTS, a splendid valuo, '25 to OOo UOo Good heavy HalMIose Oo Mens Work Gloves, OOo value, for 35o A Special Hargnlu in an Kitra Heavy Work Glove, OOo talue for 00a Mens llenvv Fleeced Undershirts, OOo for A splendid value In Men's Camel Hair Undershirts, OOo value, for OOo Mens heavy I). H. OversMrls...GOo HATS-8- ce onr line of Hats. OOo to 2.00 OOo CAPS A good Cap for 25o M) We hre the acknowledged leaders in and Notions. I Grocerieswhich we - t Goods that have the quality jo timke Idem great vhIucs at iliese triccR. DHKHS GOOD3-- A lot foury Mt if run In Novelties h Iio mid 18o Milues per jard go lit I On 35o values in very pretty HI note All Wool Serge go nl Hoo Lot of good value Henrlettns po nt lOo to i!5r per inril. I'HINTS-O- ne lot faney prints, a gond Milne, at 3o 8ATKKNH In fiiuoy colors, koou loo nttie, go at l()o ni.KACHKI) DOMKSTIO One lot Fruit of tlio Loom, 80 rnl. An excellent CJo mine JJo One lot smooth finish Da alun 4-- All at wholesale nd re K" (Jo J UNIILKAOIIKI) DOMK8TIO -Out lot special bargain offer splendid valne for, COTTON (JI1KUKS nnd OINU llAMS-O- uo lot 10 value, in checks, at 4Jo A good value Gingham at 4o I'!A2MtL8-Oi- ie lot good value (JmhIoii Flannel, go at A Co nt 4a Roes at ;io 4o tall and handle tbetn so fast that you are sure to alwajs get Fresh Groceries from us. We bay for CAUfI, in large quantl ties, which placoa ns In position to name the following extreme ly low piices: 10 lbs Best Grannl'd Sugar $1.00 10 packsgea 4X Coffee, 1.00 1.00 10 lbs Best Green Coffee, 0 lbs flue coffee 1.00 18 lbs new Ulce, 1.00 10 bars Lenox Soap, 23o 3.70 Beat Patent Flour, per bbl Hest Straight Floor, per bbl 3 20 24 lbs sack Patent Flonr 00c 24 lbs sack Straight Flour 40o 4 pekgs new Rolled Oats 25o 3 pekga Pancake Flour 25c 1 10 lb sack Buckwheat Flour 40o Chase-Sanb'rn 2-ib Harpers. Mr. B. O. Stnbbs and wife havo turned from a visit to tricuda nt Mny-flcl- at H. Buciukax'h. Jnst a little over two weeks until election day, Tuesday, Nov. 8th. -- Mr Otto Hertwecklett Friday for Okjw, Tenn.,to crrect a saw mill. Mr R. M. Methcny returned Saturday ulgkt from a vUit to Cairo, III. Mr. Tom Fiel'li. n prominent citizen of uear Fulton, w&i iu tho city Tuesday. Messrs. V. Mnrnlir nnd J. Moore. of Union City spent Sunday lu the city. An clcjraut osnortmcnt of Chll- drcus trimmed Hats, for $1.00, at Mrs. 11.00, d. Vntinln TTItifrfnnti vlaifn tila. tlvm in Uulou Oity last wcok. Mr. Keril ti.rnnr1nd xtii l f1(r t 111 Saturday, soeiug tho Fair. faV" 10 11m Brat Orannlatcd Sugar, " MrA. Fancy Dress Prints YARD-WID10-- 4 Nice g fc an fc aL 1 DOMESTIC, excellent quality,...., Ho ,. .....ROb BLANKETS, full alr.e, per pair AND MISSES tfOSE, Doublfl THE BESTlOo BOYS Knee, Seamless heels and toes, all sides, 20o TalUe. ISO Pairs at HI.00 Udies and Misses Fim Shots, per pair, (6 be cloBed ZI g- That were 12.00, 2.00 and 3.00 out f- MEN'S HEAVY COTTON aOOKS, rlbbe'd" lopi, Ac ARMY and NAVY 8O0K8, WOOL, ...j. c MEN'S GOOD WORK SHIRTS c GOOD CANTON FLANNEL DRAWERS 5c MEN'S HEAVY MERINO UNDERSHIRTS, full elxe, .... special bargain. .i 25c Men's Heavy Jersey Ribbed winter. Mrs. M. M. May nnd tnniily havo eono to Marked Tree, Ark. , to spend tho Messrs. It. Glasor nnd Georgo flying trip to Union City S 9 - Shirts and Drawers, 19 Double clastic atitoh, great variety Worth much morci coIofs,....50c ..liOc Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Usher, of Fnltou, visited hor mother, Mrt. Carpenter, in thU city, last week. Men's Extra Ileavy Fleece Lined tJndershirts,. Men's Natural Wool Underelilrts, PANTB. 75o Men' Heavy Well-Mad- e 50 i bbl Kraut 1.05 Carpets., Clilurse Carpeting, a 20o value, for I80 Fancy Pattern, med. Cotton... .IMio Graidte Ingrain, 40c value, for30o Ail Wool, Ksira oourr, atwiu vni t ue, go at OOo A good Window Shade for 10a Floor Oil Cloth, 2.1 to 30a 25o FALL JACKETS AND CAPES. CANNED GOODS. We guarantee all the Canned Gooda we sell to be strictly first class. If yon receive any from us that are swollen or spoiled, notify us at one?, and we will or der them back. 3 lb cans Tomatoes, per dot. 00a " " OOo 2 lb cans Corn, " 1.10 3 lb cans Pie Peaches " 3 lb cans table " 1.00 " 1.00 3 lb cans Saner Kraut " " " 1.00 3 In cans Hominy, " " 2.00 3 lb can Beets. Now Is the time to purchase your winter supplies. Every customer will receive careful attention. Sldcndid Value. 10 I doulilo Rlnuk- Wlo ets, worth 7.rn go at A bargain in full sire comforts 65a on, tut miu nw ..... 9o Roll (Jolton goes at HtaniUrtl Table Oil Clotb 25c up. goes nt llnjn I'Miioy Waists 83c vatua (11101I Jesus, per J'd 1.1 to 3Ae, Splendid talue Planurlello.'jo Bpeeial uiiigMin In Wool Flan 60 aO So vat. I80 Mo 13a See our New and Elegant line just received, from 1.00 to 0.00. 1.00 Millinery. Shoes. 11 1 r s Choice line of Ladies nml Misses Trimmed nml U r I m tn n d II ATS, from f.Uc to !, fiOo See our Ladles Fine Kid Shoes, 1.00 vnlue, for $1.00 A 1.75 value Mens Hhoo;for....l.20 I3C- - JB XJ OH BBBBBBt j9Li3XT L 3V"'. day, Oct., 2fith. Mrs. S. Onssum nnd children, of Water Valloy, Ky., visited Miss Jcaaio Outtcn this week. Mrs. F. E. Case visited friends nnd I relatives In Fulton, nnd Cairo, llls.,Frl-- I day and Saturday. 1 XJmlcsooIIiumA. MfA iwcMkUiar.UtraU tlnjr he farmers greatly bohlnd with w iieai sowing. Rev. W. O Hefley and littlodanoh- tcr spent several days lu Trenton, Tcun., this week. BraT" Seo the beautiful lino of Sailors and Walkers for 11.00. Mrs. Haupeu. Llttlo Huahlette Allen, of St. Louis. Mo., is visiting tho family of his uncle, D'. E. Wilson. Tho family ot Mr. Chas. Meier left yesterday for Now Madrid, Mo., their iuturo uome. Mr. Hoy B. Bradley, a yonuf? news paper man, of Waco, Texas, was In the city this week. Wild cecso havo commenced living south, nnd it is now proper for winter to come along. The Ridncway Eloctric Carriairo Co.. will exhibit at Jackson, Toun., on Tues- The Best 81.00 Jeans "Pants. Ohilds Juvenile Suite, very Neat Styles, trimmed with Braid 31.HO Extra good value m the better grades, from 1.50 to $5.00. Mens Suits, MENS FANCY SHIRTS MACKINTOSHES, y vaino, $4.50, 5.00 and 7.50 350 $1.50 The Best 81.50 line of MENS and LADIES SHOES ou the market. Be sure aud see them. i L.-- R. i i au &.W.S. ELLISON. i i -- iJL.L. LIME, CEMENT, h-- ) an. Dressed Lib, ETC. i SBW V 'i T I .i calico " s1" lll'CT r" y T3', ! II vm pfii apfe BUksV xL. TIWHH 1 ll I 1 HEAVY YAKD-WID- A' ' K DOMESTIC SOin.PKRCALES 8ie. Kc DOORS, BUNDS, W SASH, SHINGLES, .1 is OUR STORE T Builders' Material GRAND EXPOSITION FALL AHD 8tepiTens & Smith for repairs. Expert workman, nnd work done with neatness and despatch. The machinery for tho Canvas Air Jndco Naylor is absent from tho Goods Co. has been ordered, and work city this week, attending Masonic Grand will commence as soon as the building is put in order, machinery placed, etc. Lodgo at Louisville. VlA. Ono pound of Chaso & Sanborn Mr J. Hunt, nnd daughter left on Wednesday night of last week to visit Boston Coffee will go as far as two Douudi of low grade cotfees. Sold only relatives in Cairo, Ills. H. BucuaVan by Tho citizens of Mississippi county, Tho Board of Stewards of the Moth- Mo., held a "Good Roads" meeting at odtet church will meet Monday night to Charleston last Monday. transact their business. A lull attendance ot the members is earnestly drsir Miss Sola Stnbbs has returned from a two months visit to her cousin, Mrs. ed. Ada Holland at Paducah. New Madrid Mlssonrian: James " Sec the New Ribbons', Laces, Lastcr and Dovey Mecks of Fnltou counEmbroidery, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, ty, Ky., were married by Jo Cook, J. P.r Cloves, nnd how very low my prico on at his ofllco Tuesday morning, October 11th. all. II. O, Ambsrq, n TJSA. Bring your old Fnrnituro to in IklkllkULULLlUlkUk ikk i t i i i i i i i t i i r i kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk i f i i i i i i i i i i . . . Tho Stevens Lumber Co., of DyerB' burg, Tenn., is building a standard guago rallnxid from Dyersburg to Tip tonville, n distance of 29 miles. The road was at first intended to be nscd exclusively in tho interest of tho Stevens Co's extensive lumber botfirfes, but it has' been decided to make their road a public carrier. Tho road has been completed six miles, and trains are run upon It dally. Tho routo of the road is perfectly level, and not n cut will have to be made on the wholo lino. of meeting The Circuit Court, at frcrtc fast week awarded Kcv. J. H. Holt IfiOO dm upon against the corporation of Milaii . ftrf injuries' sustained In fdlhri" oter s) bad plat:o in tho pavement. The new Methodist riinrcJi; hi 6'at:.-ton, Hlckmrtti edduty will be dedicated ou tho nfth Sunday in this niorith. Hev; 8i L. Jewell, of Martin, Tetffi.; will preach tho dedicatory sermOn" Quail must be tthmcronS id florin' east Missouri. Au item In a New Miul' rid newspaper. says thdt. Ono NImrou killed nine of these birds In that towrf ono day last wcclc with stones; Nattii'd ts shedding her dress of" green, the meadows are brown dad sear" nnd everything Indicates thai the art- proaphiilg fall U near at hand "'t"id melancholy days, tho sacdest of (bd year." Millions Of thd winged- trtbe sM way silently southward, wiumnR their nt tllUritariOri bf the year. ,1110 cfr.of I the wild geese may now be heard j whksH Is said to bo the first note of real Whsta wcathcri .BdMQM-VemfeM- t tisMattAtM Hie boot line of Uarpotaj RafSi, Lac Curtains, OU Shades, Blankets, Cow' forte, Counterpanes, tic. The .price X put ou these goods is extremoly Iowj H. 0. Asattuir ..Tho Fanriers & MercharJta Nstioaal u Bank has nndnr cousideration' & to reduce tho capital stock; ana to Coutiiibe, business as a Stato Bank Too increased rate of taxation fa the cause. Thero is ad extraordinary demand for carpenters nnd brick masons id Hick' man, nnd n number of such mechanics' can find ready cnlrjioymeut. The build' irig boom opened lato nnd faotad work' men havo more thai! (hey cad dov C. U.MortRts', Druggist, MohCtfwVKy.j says ho sells Plantation Chill Cure ana finds it suits hU trade because it cradi- -' cates tho system. of nil malarial prison nnd he guarantees it ho presedt Is said fd bo the ttHi favorable time for fishing. The aeasVM Is for enough advanced to iH tho air of winged pests, nnd a little later-hed leaves begin falling fast, fish will sot bite so readily ns they will now New Madrid Misserariaa i . JdYdad Oakes, aged 88 years', died id this city last Monday evening,- and was baried Tncsday at the' Denhnrt graveyard. He" loaves throe small chlldred, who1 W aa' dcrstnnd, will be sent to ad asylum. Presiding Elder Wilson: preached ai tho Methodist church Sunday ovenlng.-Thi- s was huf last sermon 6d this Circuit,-a- s ho will bo changcxl t6 another' leld when the annunl conference meeXs at Padncah on tho 16th of next month. Tho Grand Lodge of tbf Knights of Pythias will meet lii MiddlesborougH from 06tober 24 to U7. inclusive. The" clti7ensare making great preparations' to reccU o the delegates and it is exp ed It will bo tho largest convention in years. SUBSCRIBE TQ THE 'OELINE and save money in buying Batterlck' Patterns. Pattern checks given. each month by which certain 20c pattern are sold at 10c each. JTasnuftx sheet Wrutoa'a Boo Utom, A'ti tree. t ;Hi: Will or usuias, xinaty jateatUti xexar, av onr mio home of hi thter.Ur. 8. H.OUrk,- iu Padncah Sundays of conVnmrption.- Bestdeshis wife and Child, l.'o leaves three sister. Ho" was married fa 188 to Miss Mandcl Clay, of this city; Placing numbers OH tho houses' cY . Hickman has commenced Mid is meet' ing with good success. It's what we1 need, a quick, positive way of telling where you live. This will be a eonven' tence iu tho transaction of business .ana social affairs that should be appreciate by ono and all.-liOxt place1 prop-ositio- the n f - AW Ht-atrn- Shoe Bargain..,, AT n. BUCHANAN'Sl you will find 100 pairs, Ladies and Misses $3.00, 2.60, 2jW and 1.60 Shoos. Tour Choice ia this lot,-- lit! -'-Mrs Eliza Robert; wife' of G". W Roberts,-- died, Wednesday morning last,-anwas buried yesterday. The funeral services wero conduoted by Elder Horner, of tho Baptist church, of whicH church she was a consistent membtr Earnest sympathy is extended to the1 bereaved husband. Fulton Leader; 18th' fast.' Blnford, tho wifo of Lon Blnford and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brow-- " der, died this morning at the family residence; fonr miles from toWn1, near Mount Carmel churctt. The furfcral took place nt Putestine church (his aftcnioorf nt 3 o'clock. Mr. awl Mrs. Bin' ford had been married less than a year. Sho was an estimable lady and a devout Christian. EMer if- - fl. Flemmg", W former years pastor of tho Hickman Baptist' church, and of the Baptist church at Clinton, and one of the best known ministers iri this section of the country, dlei at Tuscumbi.1, Ala., on the ldth lust. theV immediate, cause Of death, Carbuncle. We learn that he had been partially for some mouths. As a preaches" esteemhe ranked high, and ed by a wide clrclo of brlends and aa a gentleman. d rfri.-Kate par--alyzwas-highl- Don't Ali ou hand, WINTER nud Will clinerfiilly make estimate on any (iiiaulily dcMired, and guiiniutee luwcnt prices. F4S1HS! A showing of intense interest of itself DOUBLY interesting when tho EXTREMELY LOW I'ltlCES aro considered. L. P. &W.S. Ellison U- nullreail Time Tabic. Tf.lk No. Domestic and Calicoes. Very best brands Calico, others ask 6 and 7c for, 5c 3i, 4 and 5c Heavy yard wide Brown Domestic, 25c per yard JEANS, all Wool, " 15c FLANNEL, Red Twill, all Wool, COTTON FLANNEL, extra value, at 5, 6 and T,.ln Si. I, II Mr. .1, t II P. Tt.ln . Ml I Int. N., 0. LrMKi & . M St. L. It. R. m Train No. . 4 V . x Trail. N.i, I, t r. Trtlo .No. J IU. m. AlttmrHi KLKCTtOX OFKICKUS. The oltctiou coiiimisNioueni for Till-to- n enmity met at Fulton hutThnrsday nt II o'clock and appoititml tho follow liiK onioorn to pntliloat "tlio November olectlou : 8c I. I'nlton. Clerk. son (IX'tn.); Slieritf, .luhn Newlnrry (Hep) ; Jmigcs, TranU IVgnim, (I)eiu.), W. T. MoAdoo (Iluii). lVtvuicta, Fulton. Clerk, O. li. Grig-or- y (Ucm.) j ShirilT, Uwi. livndles, (Hen.) . Jndges, Jim Thomas, (Hep.), M. McVarland, (Dem ) I'nminet SI, IxxlirUm. Clerk. Levy 1M dliif, (Ucm.) ; Slicrill, Jim Dob lnrluet Mo Atktn- - f udies shirt mlllVklllllVsuhLY Waists, &1.G0 For Fall and Winter Wear. Wo nro tho only houso In town thnt carries n lino of Wnists for Winter r. Alex-niiih- r, Bhiick, (Dem.) l'Kclni'l, f, Miekiimu. Cltik, J. J, Voiiuk. (Dt'in.) ; Slu rilT. It. M. Met (I).'iii) ; Jndri4i, J T. Boston, (Hop.) II. I.col, (Dem.) Precinct, (I, llickmmi. Clerk, C. A. liolcombe, (Dem.) ; Hheritl', Arthur Kiuir, (Dem.); JmlKes. J. 0. Heed, (Hep,). J. A. HlublM, (Dem.) Preolnrt, 7, SacKifnis HIiIko. Clcik, 11. U. Walker, (Dent.) ; Sheriff, .1. D. Leech, (Dem.) J Judges, W. T. Kays, (I)om.) I'm-inet- , 3, Madrid Bend. Clerk, J. It. Hawkins, (Dem.) ; Sheriff, A. V. Uuuiiubi, (Hop.) ; J in! pas, J B. Adams, (Dem,), Joseph Hawkins, (Hep.) Thu oUctlon commissloucrH for Fulton county uro Tom Prather, Cliidrman, Hnymoiid Paschall, Clerk nud U. L. W.A. (Pop.) ; Judgos, W. O. Davidson, (lVm,), Newt. Below, (Kcp.) lnvinet 4, Cayco. Clerk, Bam John-Mm- , (l)i'in); Sheriff, Jouu May field, (Dem.) ; JuiIkos, Monroe Belew, (ltei).), Ladies Wool Wntst, "Banner Brand,". Ladies Fleeced Back, good dark style, ' to 92.2b at 7fic 'X v BANNER BRAND Our handsome Fleeced Back WRAPPERS, nt 76c, 8tc, fi.25, 1.50 aud 2.00 just half what thoy will cost to mako nt home. Dlti:SS SKIRTS Silk nud Wool goods, Black aud Fauoy Colors, from 8o to $0.00. HeaWt Wrapper I Light FnrLs and Mentor Walker returned last week from a visit to friends' at Tror, Tenu. The ice .man Is now displaced by the coal man and the stove man, who will have a six months' tuning. t Tho Fulton eler plant Is to Ixi enlarged and mado ndequato for tlio town and the residences. A nnmher of young peoplo from this city attended a swell bull at Union Oity Monday night, at tho Palaco Hotel. A fisherman says fish should not bo permitted to Ho when they can bo hung. 1 ho fcanio might bo said of fishermen. HF" 1 havo a splendid stock of Children, Misses and Ladles Undorwe.ir, loth In separato pieces and combination snits, nt prices to suit everybody. If, C. Amiikko. Mr. R. R. Burnett is erecting a hand-som- o resldenco on Troy Aveuuo, just beyond tho city limits. Mrs. 1J. T. Wntsou nnd little son, of rini-- s ITnimi Citv. soent nnvm-.i- l in tlio city last week, the guests of Mrs. S. B. Pirker. The Dresden Euterpriso fssuexl a tmdi0 cditiou last weetc which reflects much credit upon its editress, Mrs. A. u. Lewis. I will tako pleasuro tn showing the nicest selection of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings ever offered before don't fail to see theut. H. O. Amiieko. Mr. Chas. Travis nnd Miss Mario Brevard, Goo. Millet nnd Mabel d tho danco at Unwu City Monday night. Mlshcs trio-ligh- We learn that our young friend, Willard Bland, son of Mr. J. W. Bland, of this city, was recently nominated by tho Democrat of Unlontown, Ky., for Mayor. Forget That wo nro -- Farmers from tho county, where It was colder than in tho city, report that there was certainly a light frost Thurs- 23 HEADQUARTERS for day night of last week, and many of thorn saw it. Mrs. Ruth Shuck, wife of Eld D. D, Shuck, of Jordan, died Monday last at tho home of hor brother, Mr. Jas, Kennedy. Sho was buried at Liberty church, Tuesday. "Talk about war," said a girl of unIdeas to a felcertain ago and low tho other day, "I havo been In ton engagements and usod smokeless pow- cr in all of them." Chill Tonics, Cough Syrup, Toilet Articles, Lowney's Candies, G5" Heavy Lap Robes, Handfiomoat Pat tern? v Window Glass, Lead and Oil, &c 1 vi Best 1110 cx'wmuj ) 4.60 r K . Values' and 0.00 ) Call and Bee them! WHIPS from 10c up. ( I W.00 k-TW- C SANDERS & REEVES. -- fcJu JS El A-J- i urtTJcjaiHTw. S IS THE TIME OF YA wueK Goald-ernttonde- Dress SkihW MILUNERY-Ladi- es and all tho leading shapes Sailors. Wo show tho largest linu of Sailors in town, iu all tho Colors nnd Shapes "Dewey" "Sampson" "Llobsoris Choice" our Prices about 25 per cent less than Millinery Prices. DRESS GOODS 4'J OOo, Autumn's Choicest NOVELTIES. lirowtkr. liost known elthous of Wiateni Kentucky, died Tuewlsy afturnooii nt SI:!I0 Ho o'clock, nt his homo in Mnylleld. had Itcea conilned to Ills room for sov-rr- Col. Lncieu AuderMon, nun of tho A stonk that will mora than maintain onr past prostigo, for showing tho nlcost line In Illokmnn. . . Seo our lino of Ducks nud Cottou Suiting . ... lOo and ia''c . . . 4'i Inch, nil wool Cheviot, worth fiOo, for .. Ufa .... mouths with paralysis, which finally caused his death. Tho deceased was Widely Known iiiroiiKiinui ivoninoKy mid had n hint of frieuda who will ro Krct to learn of hU demise. inch all Silk and Wool Novelties, worth 60o aud 450 BLACK DRESS GOODS Wo show comnleto lino of Brocades, Sergos, Mohairs, eto., 25o to f 1 to 7 ynrd lengths, in Covert Cloth, Silk nnd wool mlxt.. M.60 to 8.50 DRESS PATTERNS Don't fnll to look at our stock of Dress Uoods, Trimmings and Silks. We havo THE lino. Mks. HAnWsn". posseshed by alt our goods. scrvicus will bo obsorv-e- d qualities' Tlio regular Suud.iy at thu Baptist church. And goods of any oilier character ore nevt Sunday School at 0 : 80 u. in. Preach- tho oues really cxpemdvo. ing at 11 a. in., and 7:110, p. m. Sub Conio on and lnsncct our stock, which ject of morning discourse "Jens the U tho LARGEST und BEST In town. Marvel." In tho evening: "Siu and its Wages." Eury oue cordially inAnother lot coming. Wo cll it, at WWMlo'i.NEK.Pastos- vited, UoLcouub's Duuo Sroiii:, Miss BossloCoso returned Saturday night from an extended visit to friends and relatives in St. Louis, Kansas Oity and Independence, Mo. Two vounc soldiers, members of tho 8th Missouri, stationed nt Jacksonville, Fla., panned through tho city Saturday, en route nomo, on a luriougu Up iu Carlislo county, nu unusual pest has appeared lu tho corn croir. It Is a whlto wcovil, aud It is Infesting tho corn in the ear, beforo it u gathered, Mr. Manese, a very worthy nnd competent young man. Is a candidate for Constable in In tho Oayco precinct. 4 no peopio would no won to elect mm, XflT 1 especially call tho attention of tho trndo to my stock of School Shoes, also Lndlca Shoos. They are the very best for stylo aud wear. II. O. AMinirtO. The occurreuco of frost in many parte of tho south last week was welcomed by tho altliuted people, who now" look for abatcuiout of the yellow scourge. Mr. John T. Sloan, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was in tho city Wednesday, in tho interest of tho Kontucky Manufacturer aud Trader, of Covington, Ky., a now paper just started. Miss Fannto Clay attended tho f Mr. Will of her brother-in-law- , at Padncah Monday. Sho was accompanied by Estelle, tho llttlo daughter of tho deceased. Tho candidates for Congress speak and nt at Fulton Saturday tlio Oayco, Monday, the 2 1th, Tho election is near at niinir ami 1110 puopiu suuum turn out to hear them, Mr, R. M. Islerls arranging to build a now brick Express Olllco ou tho lot adjoining Stophoiw & Smith s furulturo store, optxislto tho now depot. It will Ro-nea- lJtt Unapproachable Blood Purifier-- f Chill Tonics are All thohc li dbMakdV used" in this mcMt cohiuionly section of the country oaa be FOUND AT" y Swajrne's Dru-- Siortr Bargains, A man is not half so Well known by the company ho keeps as by tho furnt' tnre iu his homo. Now is-- tho tlmo to seouiD bargains in Not that his furniture should be tho Millinery lluo. In order to reduce my stock for other purposes, will for tho penslvo or elaborate, but next thirty day.s.glvo to all surprising bargains. Do not fall to give us a call. Durable, Attractive, Will positively not bo umlersold. boa modern building. ..Lon Naylor,. Physician and Surgeon. Ofllco Orocory- jnlllluery. wcll-mad- o tf over Ledford & ROffrs ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE hU Pulutt Paint! lttlui: Stephens & jktsous holding claims against R. B. Mnrrell are respectfully notified to file1 the same w 1th me, properly proved according to law. at my office Iu Fulton , Ky. ThU Kept. "."Jth, Km. Smith.) W. P. TAYLOR. Assign of R 8. Marrsla- - flan UK qaulifled as assignee, any and! 1 5 'tr V. , nHAiBiBkAsas7cB!Attrr7a-BiiMrMT?? . r- -. -- .. ,.fv. - -- 'W '- - ' , f ri&.-&WiaL,r.',-?'mi.'im- H wf X'JS, 'It MP . .TC' k'wK&.Hvr-- r - -- v th ,Kimtff-MIi2- i Eir3ij J. . f) fa T m UWEWIf T VIMl v-- - Pri tii,irvwjr,"wiv "--J With IU sudden changes, lis hot days nnd chilly nights, dampness and dcra) Iris vegetation. Is peculiarly trying to tlio lienlth. A Rood Fall Medicine Is iw Important and beneficial as Spring Medicine. Hood's Barssparllla keeps tho blood pure, wards off malaria, creates n good appetite, gives refreshing sleep, and maintains tho health tono through this to lag season. The Fall Jtocr before In history wss there a case where a defeated and captlte eiuiny received such generous treatment as we gave Other nations are astonthe Spaniard. ished. 1juallv aitonishing are the Hires brought about by Hostellers Momach Hitters. Never before in history ha there-beeso successful a medicine for the weak, debilitated and nervous, for stomach and liver disorders like dyspepsia. Indigestion, bihousnesa. and constipation, All natloi. have benefited by it, and all praise it. An Hxenipllflcr.. Tiresome Caller How do jou get rid of Onr Treatment of Simnlih Optlvea. MINERS' BATTLE. Five Hiuulm. Shots Exchanged Vet ween Strikers nml Deputies nnd Ilnilrond Police. IMPORTED NEGROES MET DY coaches MINERS THE MAJOR'S EXPERIENCE. Thursday. Herman nnd lloston are Krom the Detroit Tree Prtsa. both nllvo nnd did not die 'on t n One of the itancheit supporters of the rain. Herman's death Is momentan ? rlren water tvay from the Great Lakes to the expected nt the hospital. ocean is MJor A. C. lliihop, of 715 Third Vintii..N, 111., Oct 14. Tho exciteAve., Dftroit, a civil engineer of wide exne in his and ment of Wednesday prior to tho n" rienre non. considerable prominence on the He was assistant engineer t.roff rival of the Negro train, was cqualrl lludion Hirer llailroad in ltOO and has Thursday night when llbrcamekuown unc conducted larae etiBinecnng operahas been located in Detroit, since that a special train consisting of one tions anliehas a large acquaintance among the J 1S15, lo. car, three apparently empt. business men and eititeni of this city. vears ago, for the first time, Major nnd a caboose TIE WAS REVENGED. ThoUKlit BE HAD A FINE TIME. He llml Itnn In on ltt(b- - (lot Ilia Muscle I'p PlKhtlnir linn nnrt Insects Down In llic Toned I'eoiiU, Hut Cams Ont I li --.rallied. Conntrr. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine Hood's PlllB cure all llrerilts. a cents. A perfect type of the highest order of excellence. f L.L4L lkaQ . .....H KB ' HJ VaMMeittl Breakfast '1 I (jfcoa ABSOLUTELY PURE. Delicious Nutritious. them In check. When tho train stopped nt the stocl State or Ohio, Citt or Toledo, ,1 ' ndo Cnpt. lVvler, who was In con LitssUountt, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the mnnd, then shouted: "Don't alio senior partner of the firm of F, J.Cheney any one to disembark from that train " k Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. County and Mate aforesaid, and that said The gate wus opened and n file ' firm uill tuiv the sum of One Hundred Dol Vmnf.N, 111., OcU la The nrrlval of lars for each and every case of catarrh that tho Imported 'egroc from tho toutli soldiers rushed out on tho double qulen cannot be cured by the ue of Hall Catarrh with fixed bnyoncts nnd lined npaton.' nt 12:30 Wednesday was followed by n side of the train. FKANlv J. CHEM.V. Cure. Ceneral Mnnagi Sworn to before nc and subscribed in my desivorato battle. Lukcut made u formal iit.ueat tlia presence, this Cth day of I)ecemler. A. 1). Five hundred shots were exchanged OI.I.AJ-ON- . lSSfi. A. their emplojcs be allowed to Ian Notary Fublic. Seal between the strikers on one side nnd nndeuterthu stockade. Cupurovlcrdi-cllno- l Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and Divcnport nnd his deputies to graut this. Thcu Lukcns put arts directly on the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the a. stem. Send for testimonials, nnd railroad polled on th! other side. It In the form of n demand, but thcoftl-ce- r & CO , Toledo, O. ft tc. F. J . Cl KN KY It la thought that at least '.'O men on replied that he was under orders Sold bv druggists, 75c. both shies were killed and wounded. from (5ov. Tanner to prevent the disemHall's Family Fills are the best. Is that ten were The best Information barking of any N'ogro miners nt tin kilted, five fatally wounded and five works aid lie would have to carry out He Wanted Too Much. A Chlcnjo it Al Patient Well, doctor, do you think it'a seriously wounded. those Instructionv Octiernl Manager appendicitis? la among the Kminent Surceon I never think, mv ton special policeman Lukcns protested in vain and tho killed. llli namo la said to be D. train pulled out headed bouth. friend: 1 alwa. tknow. i :: "Yes. I know ion slwarsknow after the Kulley. lly this tlmo the ndvnnce suard'of operation, but can t vou break over the rule adand work un a little doubt now 1"' Chicairo striker gathered at tho depot liar Evening New I. vanced up the track to with! 1P0 yards of the stockade. Ihe pre- - ' co Hnirnll and the Philippine. of nrmed bine cotts In tho loi nt Send four rents (in stamps) for an illustrated booklet tiuei! by the Chicago, b. xes evidently hn.'.ed them n 'ey .Milwaukee L Paul ltailwav. the direct remained there until the train route across the American Continent to the when they greeted It with wn njj .Sew Trans ratine poc;ion of the United for (lov. Taunor. "ho states, j mi ot latest reliable inlonnation hnts nnd and valuable for reference. Can be used they believed had been lustrum lal as a text book in school. Address Coo. II, in starting tho blacks on their h lleafford, (icn'l l'as. and Ticket Agent, I through here al Si'.'S Thursday ovcnli ne had the best of medical attendance, but bore two tar loads of Negro?staki n vrhen he vvai discharged he was not like the Msjor llistion ot oiu. w tien amen regaru. bores! throu;'h heio to Springfield Wcdnc tng his health, he said? "When I had my Imminent Statesman My valet Rcncrtlly of the and of knows them tnlremmila me of acinic engage Jinny Men on Hotli Slile Were Killed tiny. The Iriiln went south nnd by i ht sjpellI vtas airknets sight,came outnot gain t could a sorry ment, (lop at the door.; Well, Harris, win t clever liiio succeeded In passli ? hospital and Muumletl in lliu Fight ir.v strength, and could not walk overs block through Virden quietly nnd .tlthou for several weens. Vnlel (thrusting his head in) I beg jour 'lliat Followed. "I noticed Interference. A big crowd of mlneri pardon, sir, but think jou have an engage-inen- t some articles to dine with On. llogo in about 'atf was nt the Mnllou but the mllltln he in the new spa- on hour. Chicago Tribune. 1 that (passe I lliihop vvaiin the hospital, Tor two months Two A young man about town was caught In one of thwe suddtn downpours o rain that have lately astonished the natives. He was on l.uclld an nue at the time, and, obeying the first impulse of ran up the nearest walk and placed hiinivlf 'neatli tho sheltering roof of a house porth It was eflily in the evening, and )et the house, ha notired was quite bricht with lights. It was a rather narrow porch rnd he stood eloso by the front door wluls the rain came down In wild gusts. ( Pretty soon the door was opened and a ttim niuul stood in the oiimliia. She looked at tlietturuibotind youth, and ho looked at her. Sho held the door liivitlncly open. iion i you step mi nnnasKeu He steptK-- in, a gmxl deal pleased at this 'Sample of unexpected Satnaritanlsm. 'I ho maul looked at hint again. ' .1"'hl-'- , ladies -- !" she ' I The Tonn of Inlrn, , Is In tha (Ireatest l.tc Iriurnt, ami Mm Are Sirurlns; VV li.lrrir.Vrmi TUrjr Can (Irt Hold of, r.ipcetliif VI lira Troubla. 111 ($S If 1 $' 1 Dr. vviiuams mt 1'ilU -. . ... - ... fnr Pale l'cople, which con-1- , vincedtne that and then he knew that he was mlstakiti for a wondered what explanation a magnificent matron of g?n- proportions swept from the parlor tr,m' M1"' outatretthed hand. '.'J "I'Ped shott when slje aW that she "i,,r- - .., 1 t. Chicago, 111. COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A CUP. B mre you xtt tht gufac mkJ mad at .Dorchester, Miu-- i by I WALTER BAKER tSTSSUSMtO time, Plioebc, I shall show you a picture of the only girl I ever loved."' so kinu oi you, .Mr. hwcet.j; l iiiais did think comositc photographs were interesting." Chicago Sun. How My Throat Hurts! Why don't you ue Hale's Honey of Horchound and Tar! 1'ike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. Some men are so diirmfied that thev never unbend until they are dead broke. Chicago Daily News. f. VV. & CO. Ltd. ITS. Manager nnd Treasurer of When l.l'KK.. thcChleago-Vlrdc- n Coal Company J. F i h- -3 I. tho Chlcajjo .t Alton train bearing tho Negroes nrrivod It was Never mind, a cane or crutch. St. Jacobs met by fully 1,500 nrmed miners who I I bars Tslnsbla Information of a profitable Oil will cure lame back. deal now under war. Write (or iartlcnUra. K.P.J, P.O lioxS47, New 1 ork were lined up on ench side of the isn.swnn.au m.nisia.miai The easiest way to take the conceit out of track, between the telegraph office and Top FISH TACKLE an amateur ChlcaRo-Viof "tho the mine is totndurahim to become a tl mJU llrookljn Life. Ul Httl The den Coal company. train pownTJaiisTNTcb. Irtsck IQ was stopped immediately in front Uator't) Where's it gone? Ask St. Jacobs Oil. It of the east pates of the stockade cured that bruise gone. bejran. Dozens and Vi Dsfl DC VNEW DISCOVEReurea elves The most tiresome thing on earth is a prac- shotsthe trouble from the stockade of EawITsj booa of testimonial, and ltldMsa' wont S3 I quick nllef an.1 at were tired baad tor riMfc travataseat free Dr. 11. U. baua a sos,aiiuu,u. tical joke. Atchison Globe. the white men, while the strikers were half a mile away, and the Chicago sa.vxxvcgc5gyyxvxvvsxvxvsvivttT Alton policeman was undoubtedly killed by shot from the tovver. Tho town is very much excited, and men art securing whatever arms they can cot hold of, expecting to use them for their ovv n protection If the trouble spreads. Women nnd children arc running to their homes and bar- amongst themselves and together with Star. SBmM3assgasaai3KancvvvKl'vvvv CvXXVVVXXVVi.YV ricading themselves behind their persons so named aa II. (intgell, O. J. For Iufent and Childreu In Plain l.nBllah. In doors. Snyder, Ja. Sickles, V. Wilder, T. Johnny What doea the paper mean, pa, There Is the greatest indignation W, Mconan, P. J. Hannan.J. by aaying that Mr Tomlinson bore the Iocs J. Us. felt here against Mine Operator Lult- - II. Smith and others w1iom names nr-- i of his handtie property by fire very philosophically? ens, who Is held responsible for tlio I Johnny's Pa Umpti! It means that he at present unknown, conspire to murFor tragedy. maul was Insured. Stray Morirs. der and kill, nml 1,'1.1.", OcClO. tlor. Tan- - conspiracy did on October 12, 1S1!8. kl"l v m Mm Frmaorir. am dm Thirty Yflari JJ ncr has Just rcceivcil a telephone mes and murder Prank llllyer, W. S. HerMisused. Iurchaser I uy, see how sage from ShcriiT Davenport, of Ma- man, Daniel llreneman, Kiward Green bockers have gone to pieces! those knickerHave Always Bought The Kfnd You coupin county, that the tight between Joseph Kutteller, Kills Smith nnd 1 Tailor PerhapH, sir, jou sat down. TMK CCMTAUn CITT. Tf MURPIAT f tT, "Of course 1 sat down." the miners and those guarding the ward Welsh against the peace of "I sold it to jou as a walling suit, sir stockades is still going on and over of the state of Illinois." only as a walking suit, sir!.' Juiiy. one hundred men have been killed Magistrate Roberts put tlio vvarrnn-iThe governor ordered Capt. Craig his pocket for aafe keeping and orDear IMitor: If you know of a solicitor elsewhere, especanvasser In command of llattcry It, nnd Sons now carries it around with him. At cially a man in jour cit or who has solicited for subscripof Veteran comranics at I'ana to pro- first It was decided to serve tho war- tions, insurance, ntirserj stuck, books or tailCapt. Craig rant Priday but after deliberation It oring, or a man who ran sell gtods, jou will ceed at once to Virden. by correspond a will leave Tana for Springfield In a was thought best to avoid complica- conferu; favor you telling him to notice Jn with will insert this or if sk short time and thence proceed to tions to hold it until after the inquest jour paper and such parties will cut this e out and mail to ui, we may le able to Virden with llattcry 11 and one has been completed. furnish thtm a good position In their own company Sons of Veterans regiment. This decision was strengthened when and adjoining counties. Address Amckican WoOaatv Mnxs Co, Chicago. Tho governor also ordered CoL llamll-ton- , Magistrate Roberts who Is foreman commanding Sons of Veterans of tho coroner's jury, began Friday's "I don't mind buying channel cat for regiment, to rendezvous four com- session of tho inquest within the heinng," said .Mrs. Parvenoo to the regiment at once at stockade. panies ot his hopkteper, "aud angle worms for an-- c --. hot fcpringfield for equipment. Friday afternoon a rumor became like us, but when 1 order a ataplo article pink Gov. Tanner said: " I shall give general that tho Negroes wcro to without I tea that no society lady should be don't ciiiect this green slutf, even Crnig, who will command the bo brought b!fc. at ony moment. Capt. it I am Irish." Chicago fcun. suptroops nt Virden, ortlrs to Capt. Craig's men Immediately surTo Care st. Cold In One Day press the riot, protect life and proprounded the' railroad station and the Take Laxative Itromo QutnineTablets.. Al. erty and to not allow- Imported la- vicinity was cleared of citlz.-ns- . druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 2.V. bor to be unloaded at that place, Newspaper men nlouo arc admitted Often what a man calls principle Is a mere owners hare to the premises. Lieut. Henry stated mine the since bit of seeking forcehisvievtsupon others. Intheir threat, carried out any - Washington to(la.) Democrat. that his orders aro not to stop by avarice and gain, more passenger trains as was done fluenced to precipitate this riot nnd bloodshed Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat and Thursday night, but under no circumI do not propose that they shall further stances to allow tho Negro trains to Lung trouble of three jears' standing. K, Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nor, 12, 1KM. disturb the peace of the state. The pass the depot. From now on the stamine owners and managers are re- tion premises will be kept clear of all Two of a Kind. "They say dreams go by sponsible for and guilty of the murder citizens, nnd only thosa who want to contraries, do they now" "Yes dreams and weather predictions." Puck. brought about by this conflict and take passago on trains will ba pershould be indicted by the grand jury mitted to pas tho line. It is ea.j--, sure. It will vanish, Uie St, Jacobs Oil for Neuralgia. It's done. for murder, as I believe they will be." Vjkiil.v, I.L, Oit la A detail of No one has ever been able to explain why militia nt 10:50 Wednesday night kill- FRENCH LINE OF STEAMERS. bald headed men have tkeir hair cut oftener than other men. Chictgo Daily News. of l'ollce Tom Presed Sin rrancltco nnd ton, of Chicago, at tho stockade. He It Will I'lf IIM.Ti-eJacobs Oil cures Soreness. Havre I'rlnrlpil I'urts nf Hfitith ain.r- was sitting outside the stockade us Jacobs Oil cures Stiffness. lei Will He Tmiclml. g guard. The militia gave the bystand-inShe "You never see my husband laugh at miners tho command to halt nnd He jou can't Sax r.iJ..vciM.o Oct. 14. It Is cur- his own Jokes." that." "No: butStatesman. back to tho gate. The Yonkeis blame him for l'rcston stepped rently reported in commercial circles militia tired and he was shot in tho of A good many women carry amiability too He was curried Into the of- Unit tho Charguer. lleuuls lino stomach. French steaincr will Iks extended to far. Atchison Globe. fice In the stockade, where he expired. Iim . Wednesday night Kd Oreen, of Mt, this city nnd tlujt they will ply n r- -THE MARKETS. ween this port nnd Havre. It Olive, a union miner, tlW of Injuries understood that vessels are n .v Cl.tCIItSATI. Oct. I". received in Wednesday's shooting. in Prance c built llul tp 4 IS Alii This makes a total of eight dead. being no CAIA'Kt and trade Fair lo irood llgtit that this U M. Hunter, of Pontine, tho presi John . 3M R 3 M m. 1 Mixed packers. ... .,.,,, 3 i 33 TO dent of the Illinois district of the principal ports of South America 3 K I.lKht shippers U United ZMine Workers of America, lies be included in the list of stopp no- SIIKKI'-Ctio- lce 321 IU aW. places. The agent of tho company ,i I.AMHS Bid Ut. A 40 W at the Collins house In a critical condiS 3J a , tho wharfage fac now Investigating QltAIN Wheat NaSrid, new tion. No. Sr'il..,.. of this city and ha been assured following wounded miners are Tho Corn No. 3 mlicil h 31 that every facility will bo lenders Out- - No. 3 In St. Johns hospital; ItyeNo. Mli the company should It be decided to HAY Prime J choice.. ...... Albert Smith, Mount Olive; Gustnve lo OSii H KSi J'ltOVISIONi.- - Mr pork Werselp, Mount Ollvoj Edward Upton, put on a lino of steamers. I.nnl I'rlmu slearn..,. a in alUTTa-aa.-llOICO dSlryt Springfield; Thomas Jennings, SpringV. amine la llnustwlvrs. I'rlina to choice a 3 ?. field; Joe Iiulncs, (ilrnrd; Joe Hunk, AI'PI.KS-Chol- re too ft 1V lo fancy... Coi.umiiup, O., Oct U. lly n t;as. POTATOES-p- er I S) lit, I 40 bill (Irani; William Herman Glrard; CHICAGO. Jos. I.aston, .Mount Olive; Jos. Long, line explosion late Thursday nfif . rrxaun wiiiirrpnieiii 330 Chita noon Mrs. Iloss Oirard, of V.'J Sc.'u q UKAIN Whea- t- No. s red. Mount Olive. ta e; 81 ft , ei Tho miners are gathered In little street, was burned to n crisp nnd w . t .Nit 3('laIci.i.'o K,irlni . cs 31 no-ui;r- No r knots on the street of the city Wednes- die. Mrs. Olrnrd was clcnuln u l,i OAT-- -.s. a !M with pnsollni) nnd turpentine, vvh n rOUK-M- am day night but there have been no I.AHU-Me6 UI 1 1U "EAST. WEST, HOME IS BEST," tlio mi.xturc cnuclit fire, bhe was ,i NKW YOIIIC IF KEPT CLEAN WITH 3 70 cum Tho dead miners were removed from years old nnd leaves u liusbnnd nod Kr.OtJIt Winter putcut VVIIKAT-No.wi'4 the vicinity of the stockade to hotels six children. 2 mixed COUN-- No UVK ft MU nnd livery stables and the wounded . , ... txl orrat iiat. to C.IUtKI New moss miners were taken on litters to tho i Nf.w Yoi.k, Oct. 11 The battlo ship IWitlC ft . tc. and taken to Springfield Wedstation I II.M.TI.MOUU Oreuon nnd low u have at hut un. 8 o'clock train. nesday night on the ft t m ft a no , 'EWVilTs'ftS'iltv.'i: der way. Anchors were hauled ;.'ti.s ?3 MsMrSCC3CC3CK:CrCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCIC 111., Oct. 13. Tho spefjn bouthcrn U'licut. khortly nf'cr 1 o'clock Wednesday a ft 73'i Corn Mixed . ... cial train on tho Clncago A Alton, a :wi n few minutes later the and Outs No S while it a which brought tho Alabama Negroes live dt oi war ships, with tho supply ves- - CATTW- - No. Kwcsiern., Plrniiuallly .20 from Virden, had eight wounded men, sell that aro to nccompany them, HOUS Weaitrn ft 4 10 LS one, who was a moved slowly out through the Nap all deputies, except PAINTo-WALINUIANAl'OMS. colored miner, who was taken to rows. J ft CT Corn No, Smiied,, Springfield city hospital. Of the S Sri Outk No. ; inland llus.U huggtsts Arbitration. these one man died Wednesday night. tX)Ul,SYII.!.li FIR IEC0R1TINI WALLS and CEILINGS Calcimo ST. i iilent p , uci. lit i lie news. ' rMJUlt-Wln- tcr I7J ft t(M Si'iitvonn.ii, 111.. Oct. it. l.rncst from reorcroearor pnt Jt r nd Uo your own kaUomlniaff Tbi iraurul It luvlo nrofllon ill Ulaa lour not. anil u.uperlur tu an lallltd in rrlaclsl.sbr thsvlrsvn anil ly m.rblnarr ft IV. . kl.k 1 ll.I Long, tho Mount Olive miner shot papers here urge that the (jticstlon of , aKr.,V'nMi'xed' .to. i'loi.,,. a&Kaa AT)i1tlDf n.l CSII4IKtnt; ft 3l rrom ('AKI)lwl II way of obtaliilntt It. Tuu rannut urliallil.uaKrlal cd. the nostcsiioii of llnshoda. on the Nile In tho battlo ot Virthrough th tin st ft, !.V your loeaTd.alaraUt it know ana wa Kill put jvulnllia I., NIW YOWK. MUWALO QOIPNV, HW BRIOHTON, TMI den Wednesday nnd brought to St. in dispute between Urcat llrltain and HAu'ltbiMiri"....'".".'.;!.! 4. bW I Johns hospital after the light, died France bo settled by arbitration, ) I Stock Speculators ms r- .I.IMaSI-IIVtlVVl- fl t me, madam, ha aaid; ' I seem to did not take',he the v it tltu of an innocent mistake. The them for inv pumi.vii iaiii uiuir mi- ui r complexion porch, and your mall, ,.i ,ii evidently mistaking somebody ele, strength. Aft- me for have no deairc invited trie "in. I certo intrude er using them tainly magmhrent The matron looked at him I felt better, with Major IJtiJiop. critical eyes. and know Then she turned to the maid. they did me worlds of good. 1 am pleased "Janet," she said, in severely emphatic to recommend them to invalids who need tones, "take this youn man to the kitchen a tonic to build up their constitutions. and give him an umbreller ' "A. C. II1SHOP." And when the youth heart! her say Subscribed and sworn to before luc this he felt that he was amply avenged c gMh day of January, ISPS. for the humiliation of the situation. CleveKOIIKRT K. HULL, Jr. .Votary Public. land Plain Dealer. The pure, powerful vegetable inert dients tn Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Paht People A New York Cenlrnl Innovation, supply the antidote forpolonousn:ter in George II, Daniels, of the New York Centrthe blood and add those elements nff ded to al-A made lludaoti build up body and brains. Many dtseasea an announcementHirer llailroad, has startwhich is of a rather loni supposed by the medical" profession to ling natuie, hut it is one which ought to succumbed to the potent be icurab'e have influer.fe of these pilli. They ean be taken please the iatrons of that great system, and by youig or old, being harmless in thrir particularly thoae who travel on mileage follows: nature, but powerful in eliminating ducaie. books. 'Ihe cinular reads astVX) mile and good for Mileage l.Otsj milts travel, are now on sale at all FINANCE. stations on the Sew York Central (divisions and branches) at the rate of lo "d J0 itspectlvcly New ha Sprnn A Latlr Depositor are These tickets arc Sensation on the l' available fur passage on the main line of the New York (ttittil. and all of Us branches Teller. and divisions, including the Harlem, Put vvatertown a. ivuenauuiK, journey. With sweet Indifference to business ethics nam. Home, Adirondack, (Itiicva A I Carthage 11L, Oct Wli im 4. (Utica to M.ntreaf) ) dL fiSSnSL -- iff Harmon, n miner of (Irani, died ero tin- - Minne man at the window uf the lank Mileage Iwoks will lie Issued In tU name Thursday night, making the ' ur- - lie smiled uwihaiueally while she rrached a family or linn, and will be tcenth death us a result of the rb in into hir KKkrt, but his lingers drummed of the luad of use of any member of such neivously on the glana shelf, and his ijr available nr the traveler fur tint), proVlnlen Wednesday. or for any looked far away, with the esptvsoion of family the name of such member or traveler elc one .vhn liorn-vided VimiKX. III. Oit 14. At 10:00 o the future holds agent srlling by in the Thursday a special train arrived - ar- - . tilings. At fast he drew forth a little liuii- - is written place designated therhey will be die of checks which had been tightly fold It, in thefor transportation by the conduct ca ! ln TmnntA ..ml P., .llainniint.Hl ... , . .....- lionorcl I ct so as to tit into the smallest compart- - nr of all train, including limited trains, but ry, irom cnicago, anu tnrce eonipa-.ilnent of lcr pocUrt book onlv to the end of the run "frarh conductor. llin.." sh a.inl. with a smile whith of S'ons of Veterans, If the holder ol such ticKel uesires io ruie the long line of men of a conductor, or on a night the Col. Young slated that lie ban no would have itvtmcilcd to delay had they seen it, "I want the morn-- tram, or iotun point on a uraiim imr, mv a definite orders other than to reinforce on thoe." should prment Ins mileage ticket to the The vuung man looked them over and ex ticket agent, who will detach the proper tho soldiers already here. claimed- mileaire and laaiie a mileage exchange ticket, Viiim:.'-- . 111., Oct, 15. As a result of "Why, these have been paid! tiaFEage win "I know that. 1 made them out 1myself on whichthe New York Central orni"jof it any n meeting held by a number of union got the money for them, Ihen went Hon on miners, during which tin terrible andthe cashier and got them all back again. branch line, thus avoiding the necessity ofg to tlhiturled alter miring, or ot iwyr-Infight of Wednesday was discussed, a Now I want - cenU." logeige. Krom the Pittsburgh 1 oat, "1 confeM I don't quite understand warrant has been sworn out by Virgil August .'I, 1SKW. lie war Is over, isn 111. liisnop, a union miner, ennrging ma .".,., nw Couldn't He Marked Twice. Coal mnuagers of the Chlcago-Vlrdc- n "Anil these little revenue stamps they have an excellent case, ttr. on esch company. .Messrs. Lukcns, Loucks, made us putthe war? check was to pay the Clien- t- llut a friend of mine avid be had excuses of -. Yorkc and others, with murder. an exactly similar rase, ami you were the of course." him "Well, now tint we've got Puerto Rico latvver on the other aide, and vnu Itlshop I one of the leaders among a Islands and ,,. whole lot nd the Philippine.I,,-- -. lea. I rememtier that: hut I will see that .1,., union minors, was ine vvurrani . ..I'd...nped ilicov. no such game is worked this time." Orecn . ......p., a. aa. .I...... ...-ourmonevanv more, Hag. sworn out by hltn befora Police Magis- rmmrnt dn.n't find checks there, each with trate P.oborts.of Virden. The complaint Yout will stamp19 in tho upper left hand cor-a All lllnht. charges that ' Trcd W. Lnkens. T. C ner I hat'll be 3S rents, please " NodJ I signed a blank check and gave it Loucks nnd Mr. Yorkc. on nnd before The receiving teller hadn't the heart to to my wife jtsterday. He told her she and disappoint her himaolf Todd Do you think that was prudent! October 12, as accessorl" would have to see the note rlerk, who atthe hank won't "Certainly! I know fact and ns principals, did tended to all such business. ashingtou give her any mors than that after the 1 have." Putk. i.iii-i,- Wm they were worth trying and bought twolMXM. n i M"1,"" "a make col-l- d , I I l'J"tkUiejt;ulh but for "Feel better after youroutlnn neighbor!" asked one Joy street man of another. "Mronger than a locomotive, lhvrnta touch of rheumatism and can handle my self like an athlete." lti training liil)oU wrie gonel" "Ve; lighting bugs; all kinds o( wlngetl Insects. It was iustbilfl banal nil day and not only must of the niii.it. Kiercise! strurk and kicked and danced, but went through every pouible contortion of the human body, A moth miller la a nice, pret ty, innocent little thing, but get Mot them inside of ) our collar all at once nnd see how it goes, llut that was only an Item. While the millers were etijojing themselves I'd have in) eyes full of some small bug that defies every form of death except by drown it'KI l'lB1l""et.' would lie hitting my cars with a deafening noise, the tnoaipiito tleet naaaded me at every angle, the lliesplaed thciwirtpf nmghrideraandaomekind of litis" in Oil re that gave forth a sound like that of a liuu saw lipping through a hardwood knot did a regular war dance. They drove me out at the rlfiiah, but my muscles are harder and mom flexible than they have I might have lieen since 1 was a schoolboy survived it another week, but when a lot of lees tried to hive in my old straw list while I was wearing it I took a lumber wsgoti a n 4 estight the first train for home." etroit Free Preaa. ' 1 tnltht let no sooner passes off before But It'a tlte another comes. same old cough all the time. And It's the same' old story, too. There is first the cold, then tho courIi, then pneumonia or consumption with tho Ions sickness, and life trembling In the balance. It was only health, wo It clItiR. Out It U"a cough. One cold U The 1'laee to See It. Miss Shrafe-O- ht just look at that wheat rising and falling in the brrete. How beau-tlfCltvman--A- h, but ou ought to see It rtaina and falling in the corn exchange. Mr it is. Tlt-Dit- r' That the Spanish character has deteriorated greatly since Isabella's teign Is agsln shown br the fact that, while poor Columbus can t lie still, his descendants can.- Kansas City World. At the Hammer Iteaort. First MntMjuito- - What makes Dagger so stuck u? Second Mowjuilo- - Oh, he a ent noble blood In him; juat bit a count -- N V, Journal. of the Mr. Do Science- - "Tho oftlcer Smithsonian institution air having the chatter of monkeja phonngraphed, In the hope that in time their language may be understood, and it may be poaaible to ronrrrse with them." Mr. I)e Science "Isn't thvt grand? I hope they'll a.k the monkejs, the very hrst thing, whethrr we are descended from them or not." N Y. Wecklr. Spanish Ilelerliiratlim. loosens the Rrasp of yourcouRh. The congestion of the throat and iungs Is removed; all is subdued; tho parts are put perfectly at rest and Ihe cough drops away. It has no diseased tissues on which to lunc- - s, pn-'e- d, -- lir .... Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster draws out Inflammitlon of the rd lungs, Mtlvhim Xninll'trct a he'd wanted to " Abe "Dat an' lien why didu't he!" Pete- - "Why. de farts oh da rase was dat on de night dent chickens was stole Dave waa .MinlU-- orl In annudercvun-ty- , . tahii' a boH." Judge. -- the Alibi FhJe.-P- ete "Ya.a, Dave got ten day in jail fo' steahti' dem chick ens. He rould hab proved an alibi, too, ef KmM .eM T hivs s VMIesI IVrart-maKa.a anr Sa. l( reajwal .HIr atatarut ifr.lt" ISa uStaln, vrlla ILa fuu ran -- .iltlr "111 a.t--r Droroi-- ri frtetf wtth-i- VM JCii-T... l.t enat lUL J malts a f Atrit. Ixj.ill, Msas. v Deacon Pcwac- r- "Dpn't --vc jou at church of lite, Mr. Noodle" Noodle- - "No, the fact Is it ro.l me a.) much for tickets to ! What's the j my uiitd that I'll lure to suite my soul in some other way if I ant to keep my liody alive a few jears longer " llualon 'lrau-script- . Juallm-atlon, cuts and entertainments that Pre nude up : Matter with 1 KANSAS ? V-i V-S.40C-1.0- 1 Lawj-erYo- .,.. a ..-- - "How dared ou strike a "Well, S KANSAS OWNS in ruM carers) woman!" he yelled, indignantly J mules. SCO 0O0 CCO luesas there mas no man around from whom 1 could ij otSer catlls. much 111, I burrow anything," pleaded tho culprit, - S sartM J it 0X) Sliaap. I Philadelphia North American. ITS FARM PRODUCTS .Msrtarta. (Jul ISO 000 0C0 tuslwsa U cora. kick lotou take it so gooj-If M OOi CKJO Uitktis ol NlaJmtl- . natureilly that they will feel ashamed cf ant vtn iriiuwut rf sWuis In vsXm l)iitnwtviaL TKia ta riaf-ailvir. hut ss ' (4 ctS.r trtiaa. InsHa vreetsMss. lc s Is ducts sa it don't rX(Hxt you to take ft, no one take WK.I s tt err good advice Atrluton (ilcl-taxliof Mth Kaaut) -- s -- : 1 tl e. rt iM-ru- M.ttff two-cen- botin' ter run he ran t answer own up to "KJ a man's i," up axlii w hl I'nrle 1.1-"he's lota i' ueationadat llut if he's amaht he won't 9latsct tUtta-- a, lacts. 0 I. If. T.ts r.Mar- - ASM. ..la F. S.Basf, Mar. 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