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I A i HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, ys VOL, XXXIV, NO. 44 Adams Dnad. as mm??!mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!tJi2i National Committee fur QoebwI. Always 1 In the Lead ! 'fe2 i Ie i .M ( AND NOW WIS A KB UKAHY to show-yotho New Full floods in Moils, Youths iiikI Hovh Clothing and Shout. Also, tin' Ladies, Misses and Children), Shoes. These are all in and on oi:r counters (or inspection. V' have bought immense s id s in every lino, and should he pleas ed to have you look through them. s Shoe Talk, Did it ever occur to you what a wiving there is in our method of .selling Shoes? Selling lliem in connection wish our oilier lines, wo are aide to handle them on ti smaller margin of profit than exclusive dealers, fur wo arc at no extra expense lor houc. rent, cleric Boy Suits. hi-ttc- r ? nire, our iVo Take, for instance, 82.00 Ladies Shoes. Many dealers sell them for S2.r(), aiul really they are well worth the price, lor they nro Hindu of finest ipiality Kid, us stylish as higher priced Shoes, purcut in fit ami finish, soft and easy ou (he feet. And by our way of selling you stive the ((, Then there is our The new Suits are nowin, and some very preltv things aie shown, and the values, we think, are than usual. The Venice Knee Suits are (he popular thinis for the little fellows, ages 'A lo 8 These Soils have Vests For (he larger hoys, 9 (o 15, wc show an excellent line. The priced start at jjjl.GO, and they are splendid values. Mens and Boys Suits. We have already received an immense line of the now ( bulling, and would be glad to have you look through the stock. We have never shown heller values in Clothing than we have on our counters, for this season. The nriec.s start VilfiS'jIuW.UItul'atr.gUi $1.50 ' The best Shoes made (or the W'v ought to gel '2.1)0 lor then, as others do, hut here ngnJn comes the advantage of our method of selling, and you make the extra half dolhr. Soft Kid, nicely li nislied, perfect fitting, ami very tvlish. Made with Heels- and Spring Heels, in haec and Mutton, Patent and Slock Tips. price. -- Ladies Shoes. Mr. Madison Adams, generally known The Democratic National Com"Mat" Adams, 0110 of tho best known mittee nt its meelii u ut Chicago and most honorable citizens of this Monthly, issneil 11 harmony call, county, died, suddenly, Wednesday '"IM'-HHlo Democrats lo pilt ami was buried at Poplar evening, Grove buWal grounds Thursday even- nsitie local (iinerenuen anil ensealing. For several years the deceased wits ing especially the Democrats atllicted with heart disease, and from of Ke 'lucky to give loyal support this canso his death was probable nt any to the regulat ticket in (he State, mowing hour. On Wednesday ho wsts up on the headed by Mr. Goeliel, anil thereMrs. A M. Parker, of Jackson, KSf streets as usual, and was in Schlenker's louii., is visiting ner brother, V. L. jewelry store, when ho wits observed to by make a sure Democratic victoMi. nut. .In. I. incline over 011 the counter and to be in ry " John G. Johnson, of Kansas, Mr. II W. Rosedulo loft Saturday great suffering. Physicians were hurX iiikiu or imxora; atk., to open a plio- - riedly called, but all ell'orts failed, and was made the executive officer of togr.tph gallery. in a few minutes ho w:ts dead. the committee, and the party i?Z 'flr. Adams wits M years old, a Mr. Walter Taliaferro, of Memphis, will lie opened in of one of the old pioneer fam- headquarters Teuu., is In the crty. the guest of Mrs. ilies of the county, was esteemed an Chicago In about two weeks, with 5 '" B- Kuquu. honorable and just man, a member of Mr. Johnson in charge. Mr. 1'Vnl I'orcoll, of Jouuslioro, tne Baptist Chuivh, and had. been u ?m Ark., is spending a few days with Ills trim mid faithful I :m federate soldier. ? mother near May every blessing go out to his betown. Dreyfus Pardoned. and rolatlves. .T3 SM Sliaw has a largo line of Cloth-2- 5 reaved wifo IiiK Call 1111 him before huying. The French Cabinet decideiiou A nice, hot shavo, fair treatment, ltov- 'r- - l''- - Moore, of Martin, Tenn., work. These will be founil Wednesday to pardon Oapi. will preach at the 0 day and .Sunday H.iptist i:hur;h, aim-- 2 at tho NEW HAUBEU SHOP, in Miss Dreyfus. It is the policy of the nighf. Judge's old millinery store. Prompt A. L. HocKiNU, Prop'r. Government to send Dreyfus out .Mrs W w. Ayster, who has boon strviee. thogucst of the Misses Strong, has - in is section is aiinost witnoui coij of the country befoie the pard-.home at St Lonis orcd help, so many negroes, men wo- Is. published. n .Mr. a. v. tanuners lias rutnrueit men and children, have gone to the givo nouie after boveral weelw at South, cotton picking. Negroes every up homo and regular employment Yellow Fever. the SprfugH, for his health. soitsou for tho cotton patch, returning -- Mr. II. N. Cowgill, City Assessor, later on with no moro money than if Yellow fever ej ideinic at Key tl IH t'llL'UL'Cll Oil ill liytini' tlm fur. they had staved at home. But there is in ublo wealth of our citizens. so no peculiar fascination to tho col- We t Fin., is alarming. Over 400 - - IiWi Shaw is spending a few days ored folks about "cotton picking." cases mid spreading. As Key if H..1.1.. ... r..M..i 'i'...... w.jnu... xi'iiii., lit .1... lUMIIIl.lllJU Wo aro afraid that politics in Kenniu liome of Ur K. li. Williams. . tucky has reached a bad stage, remarks West is below frost Hue there is Tho piuiinkin cron seems to bo an ,the Peoria (111.) Herald. A prominent no hope except for it to run lis abundant oue, judging from tho 11 tun man woo lias iieen liieiituieu with tne course. At all other points, news politics of that State hits announced his bcr of loads Ix'ing marketed. retirement, and ho gives the following encouraging. Miss Dora Smith hits purchased the reasons: "Kentucky politics means vehnian pnperty in Kast Hicfeman, hunger, thirst, rags and tatters lum- ILLINOIS' TKEATMENT' OP BiE aim will move thorn shortly. bago, vertigo, headache, death, hell and i,- mioEs. . "Workmen are tuuaued in nuttim: tho grave utter annihihition. I have :.iii the new iron and Klasn lront at tho at last arrived at my senses, if I ever -. i nun 1111 v We do not doubt that Governor Farmers tc Merchants Hank. -West Hickman should be 011 a rTanner'o summation of the mur Tho ice man will soon have to seok winter tiuurters and let tho oal man healthy boom bocausu of tho largo rail-roa- d der of the seven negroes at improvements in that part of the huve u rhanee at our pockot Isioks. III., is correct. It is his town. The now railroad tracks make a I Tim "Rapid Transit" is tho nitiiiu complete leveo protection to a largo teropinion that "these nt gro miners of a nt w paper to bo started at Obion, ritory, embracing many level, beautiful ;enn , ny y 1: .James, ot Vvutco, ill. building lots, and the location of tho were waiting at the depot for the. Mrs T T. Swayno retnrntd homo new rivtr elevator will attract much train probubl.v expecting to leave indtiy, from Union City, actoumau- - bnsiuc-v- s In addition, the deiot grounds the place temporarily or Anally. Tiptonvillo esio Herring. for tho Hickman andbo in West Loveo- While I have no information as to fttfY her suuor, .mm Hlckirnl Railroad must iQmaliy1 smlit"srHKaud visitora nro. viimu.i A fewjiv.a.mencoulil upw makoj 1 whom or. liv j(liam lii traahl.Ks&r -3 AtoW4 AVwfrWehwwfa 'wli'ertt iro Yrcst ! lieKinirutwmr""1 Tmrcf hitlroad is driving jilles for tho now eleJjrf fZ5 Jf j Tito soda water and leu cream sea ihom Is draw ing to u close Mr Andrew, Mnrnliv. of Union R . I - '. ,. .. rti nun iin uivctiy cjiuuniuy. ,, :im I ttff" Bend your orders to the iiew'Uity 15llk,,,'y for Oysters and Celery. The raiii.Mouilav' mit the iroiihd in lllll) COIIlllllUli lor ndwlllt- - wheat mill full i'; 2t g ng 'to - 3 - 1 1 Car-tervill- e, .- -! S 7.o0 and 10.00 can give you specially good things in all Wool Suits, that are well made and MjINh garments. In the Itctler grades, al we S 1 School Shoes. We show an excellent line 2.50 to 18.50 we toTaiior-mad- c of School Shoes, in holh the cheaper and hotter grades, and you will do well to examine them. Wc cordially invito your inspection. show garments fully equal suits that would 5,00 to 10 more. cost yiui L. iiliillilliilliniUlliiliilliiillill-ilUliiillUiiiiiiiniuiiwiiiii.i- ii w'wq-VWVVVVV1VVlVV- P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 V ; ' vator. The friends of Miss liessiu Scales, of Union City, will be glad to know she lias been elected muMoal iiistructres in the College at Arlington, Ivy. Mr. Moses Ambirg mid family, of tho Laclede, left Wednesday night, for V.iragould, Ark., where Mr. Amberg tfikes charge or tlio 1'mIv House. The contractors are engaged uut- ing ut tho iron bridge iicrons the OI110I1. As tho bridge conies ready made it will take only a short time to put it up. The export tailor. P. II Me- Clellau will take mc.iMirei for Suits, I'antr,. Oven'oats or fancy Ve.it.-.-, for Kohu HitH. Tailoring Co. at M. H. SHAW'S - The (remand for rural free mail delivery has been so great that the appropriation of .fiOO.OOO has been aluiott exhausted and no more routes can bo established as pri.sent. Married, September 17, Ibiltl, arthe residence ot the brido'h mother, by Hev Jits. Uaxter. Mr. James P. Thomas, of Fulton Co , ICv., to Mi.vs Kate IJrock, of Weakley county, Tenn. l''or the benefit of the employees of thoA'. Uivat U K. it., we make tlio tW The latest acquisition to tho great army of trusts is a combine of the goose ranches of tho country. And now comes the Obion Democrat and says that a number of Union City's leading citizens who are interested in Obion river lands have already perfected arrangements to corner the market by establishing a chain of ranches ou the north, south and middle forks of the Obion river. They havo already secured an option on all tho registered bull frogs, which will easily enable them to control the conuug spring crop. Lake comity will not attempt to build her great leveo till she sees her way somewhat clearer thau she now does She has herself voted to issue 100,000 in bonds; county court at a called session appointed a committee to try to solicit .fiO.OOO iu Obion, Dyer, Lake and Pulton counties. Thus when tlio sum of $lf)0,000 has been made up, it is hoped the federal government can be induced to contribute $100,000; its it is, as much as a quarter of a million dollars will be needed in building tho promised levee. Troy News Banner. bull-frog negroe the brief facts above reported, and the further fact that no one whh killed except the negroes, that it was prearranged, preconcerted, premeditated murder." The only excuse for killing the was that they were com- miners. They had wronged no one they had outraged no women, they had destroyed no property, thej were peaceful, citizens asking the privilege to work and earn bread; for this they were shot down and cruelly tnurdere . law-abidin- g petitors for work with the while Uod-give- n A SKK10US rilOHLEM. IUILIMXJ .MATERIALS. W WWWWW. V At Cost ! " mT-m: Cash Book Store. Dr. O. W. Curlm Ass't Surgeon. - Several men from Lew Tenn., have arrived 111 the city the p.i,t two or three week, employes of the Hickman Handle Factory. Some of them will bring their families here a.s mmjh as suitable residences can be obtained - ".:'''-,-.- "v.:'.-, , this point with ', v...-.-:::;- .':., Ilecause the people have appe-tile- s the Beef Trust taises the pi ice of its products exorbitantly; because there is a huilditii: boom tiie men engaged in Hie business of siippLini: structural materials are deiuaiitlin rates that appear extor'ionate. Imlylni: fiom the prices asked far their tjooils it would seem that eveii bo(l. having uii thing to sell tut t can be. used in t be construction of a house has conceived the idea of becoming silildou!. rich. This condition is not sectional. It prevails all over the country. Dealers in lumber, iron and slime report that it is almost im possible to gel orders (Hied. A variant in the situation is bricks. The pi ice of this material has kept within reasonable limits. (noil times, with the consequent increase in demand, are given by iiiautifactiirers as the excuse for ibis enormous raise in prices. This might justifo a reasonable aiUitnce. bin not the exorbitant pi ices that are hciui; dcinantled of dealeis anil builders, The protective larifl' and the lumber and iron and steel trusts nie the main causes. They exist fot the purpose ol ox to ting the last cent the uonsiimer is able to relinquish. Cob. BllYAN ijm:- - .BONDUR.A2TT. WTLOli a3' Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Call tiiiil sec Lig HurguLiis at II. Buehanan's Closing Sale. Messrs 10r. lie liipti-- l to represent chiux'li in the Association to bo held at Maylield Creek Chuivh, near Arlington. 111 Uetobcr. Kvorybody is getting ready for tin cold weather which has been threatened the past week. The housewives an studying ho cook hooks ardently tor tho Christmas trail ease and plum pud dingiihi turkeysNure tailing on a itoielui cry j he chirp of the cru et is heard, announces tin LOiniug ami even-thinof winter If an ever Indulging public will r to forget ami forgive, the Courier promises never again to be a parly to any al luring ''contest" such as tho oiler ot your "weight silver," made by tin Nashville Aimrtcau. That paper was thoroughly honorable in its oiler, but tho law stopped the "coiiltst," anil leaves a humiliation to all concerned, and some loss to the Courier. I I 1 Buggies, Harness, Sad' dies, Bridles, Etc., at COST, because he desires to close out all goods in this, line. SELL ap(iiuted Helm, Sam Cole and MoMlames Amur K Case and 'attie Pr.tther wen John Knoirr, Judge X.ty &c our Stock. Every- thing up to date. MaKY HlCKl'.NDKS & C(). . T- - J REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AditiNT. I i, E. Bartktt,. (SucotH'cir in Win UKALKK "Thus far the country has not been snfliciontly awake to the importance of the problems connected with keeping up the meat supply. It is hoped the present increase in the prices of meat may lead lo an awakening upon this subject, and as a result congress will take up in some serious way the settlement of the great question in vol veil in the management of the vast public domain.'' One of the chief advantages thus far which the working people in this country have enjoyed has been the supply of cheap meat and it is believed this lias had much to do with making the American mechanic aud laborer more active and efllciont than those iu lands where meat baa been dear, and therefore not much used by the musses. It Is true that meat has funned too large a portion of diet of (he well-tdo p ople ot this country, especial! those following seden tary occupations. They can us. uully meet an increased price of meat by reduction In the amount winch th y consume, but the man who Is en .ied in manual labor can ill a tin nl tn do this. Some way otigin to be found, therefore, if possible, to raise suftluient animals al a moderate price lo give him all 'he meat ihvtt he needs. o it Diesinlhrink,) in 111 "Fancy ' jrocerics and jour Special intention uiven lo the sHllng of Heal Estate of all kinds; Provisions, toil represents a full lino of the best nn'il most reliable Kite InsurOnmpniiicN doing business in the ritale, and hat, "Old Unliable" uickman, i mwueKY. MUTUAL BBNKKIT IjIFB INHUUAN0I3 CO., thai bus alreatlj vicinipilil out largely over 100,0(10 Life Insurance in Hickman and KM'313 DBLlVKKY. "(fa ty, ami is issuing the cheapest and best polio of any regular Life JUST Insurance Uoinpany doing biHiuess iu this country, iio soliuiis Tulophonu Slum No. 1)1; Jles- paifoniigH. Gull and see him. 1 Buy your Carpets 1 1 1 1 1 1 drastic mineral pills, but both aro mighty dangerous. No need to dynamite your body when Dr. King's New Life Pills do tho work so easily aud ures Headache, Constipation. Only 25e at all Drug Stores. pur-rectl- y A I'owiler Mill Explosion Removes everything iu sight: so do Identic, No, ill!. ail(l . lMattiim'S at H.s....np.n Ohio for ucl.ea... That will be the answer to all the talk y.i ; w .tboiit his untrleuillliiess 1 toward " V.WW...W .Me UV"" is Lea n, anil It will bu a tsniiviuu Sale. pig one, too. ; 1 1 1 1 will lake the 1 1 1 1 11 Gkn .Iohn H. Ooudon has the lenders nt financial assistance from New Orleans camps of Confederate veterans tn rebuild Ids home, recently destroy oil bv d flu. r 1 i A - A W.v( Hk, v. i The Hickman Courier THE MARRIAGE VOWS GKOURK WAl'ltKN. 1'tiMI'hrr. U1CKMAN. KENTUCKY The Ease with Which They Are Broken Is Deplored. CURRENT TOPICS. ,'. U r 1)1 orce I.uvv Are Rocmestkh Ltoni'outtors earn 40 cents per hour. .Nceiloil. (It'll annual cheese output is 280,000,-00pounds Copv right, 1S99, by Louis Klopsch. roiiTV-riVKansas counties hare no poorhouses. Dr. Talmngc in this discourse disGkhmasy's textile mills employ cusses (question of national imporpersons. tance, which is confessedly iu diillcuit rr.oniA distilleries use 40,000 bushels ns it is urgent. The text is .Matthew of corn dally. 19:0: "What therefore God lintli Joined Modki. yachts cost nsmuchasSlM.OPO together let no man put nsuuder." and may be considered fairly expensive That there nre hundreds and thouplaythings. sands of infelicitous homes in Amciiea Tin: department of fisheries of New- no one will doubt. If there were only foundland has at present 23 hatcheries one skeleton in the closet, that might be in operation. locked up and tibamluned, hut in many MauhicK (Iiiau now sports the prand u home there is a skeleton in the hallcross of the Legion of Honor and he way ii ml u skeleton in nil the apartgot it for a song: ments. "Unhappily married" are two When a lobster's shell becomes too words descriptive of many u homestead. small it bursts it by n scries of spasms, It needs no orthodox minister to piove and prows a new one. to u badly mated pair that there is a Scientists deciare that black letters hell. They in e there now. Sometimes on a white background form the worst a grand and gracious woman will he possible strain on the eyes. thus incarcerated, and liei life will beii When an unmarried woman dies in crucifixion, as was the eitMJ with .Mrs. Itrazil the coilln, hearse and livery of Sigournev, the great poetess and the the coachman arc all scarlet. great soul. Sometimes u consecrated Tim.ir years npo there were onlj man will be united to n fur, as was .wo dozen explosives known to chem John Wesley, or united to u ien, us ists; now there are over 1,000. was John Milton. Sometimes, and genUnited States skxatoh erally, both parties nre to blame, mid of North Dakota, acquired his Thomas Cariv le is an intolerable grumeducation in r. newspaper otllce. a pungent tetort his wife It is estimated that the consump- bler, andready, andhas Fronde, the hisalways tion of beer in the entire world torian, pledged to tell the plain truth, amounts to Sl.OSO.OOO.OOO per annum. has to pull aside the curtain from the In some parts of llttssia the only lifelong squabble at Craigenputtock food for the people consists at present mid 3 Cheque row. of acorns, leaves and the soft bark of Some say thnt for the alleviation of trees. disorders of w hlch w e In the course of the last decade the all these domestic is a good proscription goods has be- hear easy divorce manufacture of cotton come a firmly established industry in God sometimes authorizes divorce ai certainly as he authorizes marriage. I Brazil. HjonxsTERNX lijoiisoN spends four hnve just as much regard for one law1 hours of every day looking after his fully divorced us have for one lawfully 1 farm, after he has given three to liter- married. Uutyou know and know that wholesale divorce is one of our national ary work. I am not surprised at this A?f exploring party is said to have scourges. been attacked by natives in Central when I think of the influences which Africa, and all except one of the mem- have been abroad militating against the marriage relation. For many j ears the bers killed. (Juken Victoria has, at Windsor cas- platforms of the country rang with talk tle, the most costly dinner service in about a free love millennium. There the world. It is of solid gold and is were meetings of this kind held in the Academy of Music, Brooklyn; Cooper valued at $4,000,000. Sionos Makconi, of wireless tele- Institute, New York; Tremont temple, graph fame, is now in London, whence Boston, and all over the land. Some of probably sail for the United the women who were most prominent in that movement have since been disStates in a few days. The natives of Central Africa kill tinguished for great promiscuosity of twins as soon as they are born, and ulTection. Popular themes for such ocforce the mother either to kill herself casions were the tyranny of man, the oppression of the marriage relation, or become an outcast. An electric lamp for use under water women's rights and the nihilities a consummation that has baffled Prominent speakers were women with electricians for years has "beet pro- short curls nnd short dress and very long tongue, everlastingly at war with duced by a German firm. originally Tf "Tue Sandringhara estatefamily, and God because they were created women, belonged to the Cowpcr while on the platform sat meek men was purchased by the prince of Wales with soft uccent and cowed demeanor, for a sum of over SI. 000, 000. apologetic for masculinity and holding The human heart is of almost uni- the parasols while the termagant oraform size in all adult subjects, which tors went on pienching the gospel of accounts for the prevalence of heart free love. Thnt campaign of about 20 trouble among large people. years set more devils into the marriage Tvino knots in the handkerchief to relation than will be exorcised in the jop one's memory had it origin in neNt 50. Men nnd women went home China thousands of years apo, before from such meetings so permanently writing was invented in that coun- confused ns to who were their wives try. nnd husbands thnt they never got out of Loud Kelvin in a lecture stated that, the perplexity, and the criminal nnd the cs a result of recent investigations, 'it civil courts tried to disentangle the Iliad was estimated that the earth had been of woes, and this one got alimony, and the abode of life for about 50.000.00C that one got a limited divorce, and tills years. rnothei kept the children on condition An enterprising western firm is mak-Jn- that the father could sometimes come arrangements to set up a modern and look at them, and these went into American saw mill in China, where poorhoue1-- . anil those went into nn inlumber is still sawed by the primitive sane ns.vluin. and those went into dismethods of a century ago. solute public life, and nil went to deCaeei. IIkniikick Kituot'n, a nephew struction. Themightiest wnr ever of the president of the Transvaal re- against the marriage institution made was public, is a recent graduate from tho that free love campaign, sometimes unEdinburgh university, where he won der one nnme ami sometimes under antlie Syme surgical scholarship. other. 1'foi'i.K employed in sticking labels Another influence that has warred on tin cans arc now face to face with upon the marriage relation tins been a machine which will stick 10,000 labels ii. 10 hours, which docs not give a poljgnmy in Utah. Thnt is a stereotyped caricature of the marriage rehand worker much of a chance. lation and has poisoned the whole land. 11 bv. John M. Llcev, of I'ine Muff, You think Arh, a native southerner, suggest have might nsvv'Ilstnte of thnt you can mortification mi arm in a hoiuing a state convention of white men nnd to deal with the practice of lynching, ns jet the whole body not be sickened or to have against which he vigorously protests. polygninized any territories hody stntes of the and jet the TiiEHK is much French and llelgian nation not feel the putiefactioii. Hear railcapitnl invested in the principal way lines of Spain, while England it, good men nnd women of America, owns many of the shorter lines and is that so long ago ns lSG2u law was passed forbidding-poljgnmjin the also at the head of the mining interritories und in nil the places where terests. Thirtj'-stvethej' had jurisdiction. In Nelson, New Zealand, if you use years have passed along' and ninf adthe telephone you must not give thu passage not number; you must name the party you ministrations, jet law until thewas in lbS2 nuj exchange girl will cheer- of the Edmunds and the fully tell you whether he U in or out; active policy of polygamic supprefislon If the latter, where he is and when he adopted. Armed with nil the power of government nnd having tin nrmj nt their will be back, l'ltor. Koextgen is in great demand disposal, the first brick hail not till then libSomu been knocked from that fortress of by the German universities. ertinism. Everj' new president in his time ago he received r. call to Lclpsic, the and Wurburj only succeeded in keep- inaugural tickled thnt monster withconhim by promising to erect a new Mrnvv of condemnation, and everj' ing physical laboratory. Now Munich is gress stultified itself in proposing some plan that would not work. Polygamy trying to secure him. s stood in Utah and in other of the Accor.DiNO to the Constanzer more intrenched, more brnrcu, the sultan has a great affection lor Switzerland "I lovo it," says tho more puissant, more braggart find more u tan. "beyond all the other states in infernal thnii nt liny time in its histoiy. James Buchanan, a much abused man of Europe, and for a good reason liisdnj. dil more for the extirpation of sends no ambassador to it to worry mo with it griev- this villainy than nil the subsequent administrations dared to do up to 1S52. ances." J. Ii. Fkvb, one of the oldest resi- Mr. Buchanan sent out on army, nnd, dents of Virginia, died recently and although it wns halted in its work, still was buried according to his wish in a he accomplished more than the subsewalnut cofiln made with his own hands quent administrations, which did nothing but talk, talk, talk. L'ven nt this from an old walnut tree on his farm. It is reported that John Jirlsbcn late dnj' nnd with thu Edmunds net in Walker, proprietor of the Cosmopoli- force the evil has not been wholly Polygamy In Utah, though tan Magazine, will establish anauiom-Dbilfactory at Tarrytown, N. Y., outlawed, Is still practiced in secret. It which, it is said, will give employment has wurrcd against the marriage i elato nearly 1.000 persons. tion throughout the land. Jt is imposTjie area of the Transvaal is 120,000 sible to have such an nvvful sewer of (quart miles, or nbout the same size as sending 'up its miasma, which is he combined areas of the state of wafted by the winds north, south, cast Pennsylvania, New York, Ma&sachu-nits- . and west without the whole Jund being New Jersey, Connecticut and affected by it 0 003,-0- 0 Hans-Jir.ouoi- Tlniolr lJIeinire uf Dr. Tnlmniee on the .llnrltul llrlnllntia I'ul-for- m l, hi-w- ill tf ' n wa-it- , Zci-tun- tern"-torie- g, be-:a- le e itj Vcrixont. Another influence thnt lins wnrred Wftek of 10,0(i0 homes, by the holocaust against the marriage relation in this of 10,000 sacrifices men and women, by couutr.v hns been n pustulous literature, tht hearthstone of the famllj, which Is with its millions of sheets everj week tht joiner stone of the state, nnd In the choked with stories of domestic wrongs nni of thnt God who lintti set up the mid infidelities nnd massacres nnd outfnmjly institution nnd who httth nnide rages until it is a wonder to me that theibrc.iking ' the mnrltnl onth the there are any decencies or nuj- - common most npp.ilhng of all perjuries I Imsense left on the subject of marriage. plore the congress of the United Stnteu of the news st amis of our grerft to fiui he sotne righteous, uniform lnvv cities reek with the tilth. forlnll the states nnd from ocean to The congress of the United States ocean on this subject of mnrrlage nnd needs to move for a chnuge of the na- - divorce. Let me sin to nil young people, before tioual constitution and then tonppolnt heart nnd hand In holj' a committee not mndc up of single gen-- 1 you give tlemeu, but of men of families, and their nllinncc, use all caution, inquire outfnmiles in Washington who shall pie- - side as t" habits, explore the disposipare a good, honest, righteous, compre- - tion, scrutinize the taste, question the lunslve, uniform law that will control aticcstrv and find out the nmhitioiiv everything1 from Snmly Hook to tho Do riot take the lieroesnnd thu heroines Golden Gate. Thnt will put nn end to of cheap novels for n model. Do not f brokerages in marriage. Thnt will scud patlyour lifetime happiness In the a innn who lmsn reputation for divorce lawyers into n decent business. Thnt will set people agitated for many lull?' a little loose in morals or in the j ears on the question of how Uiej" shall kctplng of n womnn who drcs-e- s Imget nvvny from each other to planning modestly l'cineinber thnt, while good how tluv enn nil just themselves to the loclc, are a knullj gift of God, wrinkles despoil them. Iteinem-more oriels unfnvornbleclrcutnstnncps. ri cident mav was no more celebrated hut llvmn More iltil'icult divorce will put nn estoppel ton great extent upon marriage ns for ils li.nutv than for his d pravltj a tir.aiiclnl speculation. There nie men l!ci Miilier that Absalom's hnlr was no whi go into the i elation just ns they go mo' sp'Mu'ul than his hnblts were Hear Itt Tin iTi'ir it into Wnll street to put chime shares. desp cable The fem.ile to be Invited Into the part- - onlffoundatlonforhnppy marriage thnt nership of wedlock is utterly tinattrnc- - ' ever hns been or ever will be Is good the nnd in disposition n suppressed chnr ictei Ave the counsel of father nnd mother Vesuvius. Evrrv body know sit, but this masculine candidate for matrimonial In tl is nmst important stepof jourlife. Thi; nre good advisers. They nre the orders, through the commercial or thtough the county records llndsout ben friends you ever had. They made how much estate Is to be inherited, mnv sacrifices forou thnn nnj one else and he calculates it. He thinks out how over diil, nnd thej will do more long it will be before the old man will for tour happiness than any other peodie, nnd whether he can stand the re-- f ple J Ask them. nnd. nbove all, nsk Got' to Millie nt John Brown, of Hadrnctor,v temper until he does die, and I dington, because, when he wns nbout then he enters the relation, for he snj-s- : "If I cannot stand it, then through the to offer his hand nnd heart In mnrrlage divorce law I will back out. That proc- - to one who became his lifelong compancis is going on nil the time, nnd men en- ion, Jic opened the conversaWnn by snv ter the relation without miy morel ing: "Let us prnv." Bu I hnve keen principle, without anj nffection, nnd it so any shipwrecks on trte sea of is as much n nintter of stock specula- - ' IJinve made "vp my mind thnt tiou ns anything that was transacted ' Join Brown, of IIiut.lngton, wns right jesterdaj- in Union Pacific, Wabash nnd A tniion formcA in prayer will be n Delaware and Lackawanna. Now, sup- hnppj union, though sickness pale the pose n man understood, as he ought to i cluck and porcrtj empty the brend tray understand, thnt If he goes into thnt nnlYleath open the stnnll graves nml nil relation there is no possibility of his th rslh of life be strewn with thorns. the mnrrlage altar with Its He getting out, or no probability. nnd orange blossoms clear would be more slow to put his neck In own to the Inst Inrcwell at that the j'oke. He should say to himself: where Isaac nnd llebeccn, Abrn"IJnther than a Caribbean whirlwind jmd Sarah. Adam nnd Eve, parted with n whole fleet of shipping in its arms, give me a zephyr off fields of sun- - Andflet me say to jou who are in this u make one man or worn-ipn. If shine nnd gardens of peace." you have nut lived in vnln Klgorous divorce law will also hinder snjs that what lie is to the women from the fatal mistake of mar- - ' i jou ought to be to each other rylnp men to reform them. If n young sometimes, through the diner man, by 23 of age or 30 yean, of f opinion or difference of dispoage, have the habit of strong drink fixed you mnke up jour mind that on him, lie is ns certalnlv- bound for u arrlage wns a mlrtoke patiently grave as that a train startdrunkard's ml forbear, remembering that ing out from the Grand Central depot s n glory in the patient endur- morning is at eight o'clock f n snd yoke Life at the longest bound for Albany. The trnin inny not rt, and for those who hnve been reach Alhsnv. for it imiv be throw mated In this world death will from the track. The youiif- - man iml mid final bill.of divorcement not reach a drunkard's crave, for spui . .. ti letfers of green'grass on tiling may tnrow mm oil the iron track graves nd perhaps, my brother. of evil habit. But the probabilitj is stcr, perhaps vmi may appreciate that the train that starts other belter In Heaven than yon morning at eight o'clock for lbanv will ipprTi.itcd each other on earth. get there, and the probability is Ilia he "rarm Ballads our American the young- man who has the habit of pus In'o the lips of a repentant strong drink fixed on him before 2" or nd. offer a life of married por 30 j ears of age will arrive at a drunktion. tl,ec suggestive wordsard's grave. She Knows he drinks, alhin hf cs I v. un that the would le though ie tries to hide it by chewing li mi ng l Kcther In silence, perhaps we cloves. Everj bod j- knows he drinks. Mil ncn-Parents warn; neighbors and friends f cvrr n mift In Moctvrn I wouM warn. She will marry him; she will retot think It form him. If she is unsuccessful in the If A lovo prh nior better tecun no other quarreled here. experiment, why, then, the divorce lnvv iid let me sny to thoe of yoti who will emancipate her, because habitual drunkenness is a cause for divorce in nr- in happj married union, avoid flrt Indiann, Kentucky, Florida, Connecti- qi irrels; have no unexplained cm-rcut nnd nearly nil the states. So the sp tidencc with former nduiir-r- : ite no suspicions; in n moment uf poor thing goes to the altar of'sacrl-lice- . If j on will slum- me the poverty Im tember do not ruh out and tell struck streets in any citj, I will show th- neighbors; do not let any of those you the homes of the women who liior- - ' gn ' ibouts of socictj1 unload iu vur ; ried men to reform them. Inonecnsc ho e their bnggagcof gab and do not make It nn InvnrlaMe may ben success- out of ten thousand it ful experiment. I never saw the suc- rult to stnnd on jour rights; learn cessful experiment. But hnve n rigor- - how to npoloiiL-- ; do not be so proud ous divorce law, and thnt woman will or o stubborn or so devilish that vou will saj': "If I nm nfllnnced to thnt mini, it w not make up. I'oinnnber that the rst domestic misfortunes nnd mmi U for life, nnd if now, in the nrdor of his j oung lov e nnd I the prize to be won, si idnlous divorce cases started he will not give up his nips when he lit' " Infelicities. The whole piled tip has won the prize surely he will not trun of ten rnil cars telescoped nn siiMihed nt the foot of nn embankmrnf give up his cups." "No, sir; you are married to the club, nnd you nre li 'eet down en rue to thnt catastrophe married to thnt evil habit, and so you bv letting two or three Inches oir . Some of the grentest domestn nre married twice, nnd you are a bigannd the widest resounding mist. Go!" A rigorous divorce law will also do divorce cases have started from little thnt were allowed much to hinder hasty and inconsiderate marriages. Under the impression that to un on nnd go on until home nnd tnbllitj and religion and Immortal one enn be easily released, people enter the relation without inquiry and with- so il went down In the crash. IiIIovv citiens ns well ns fellow out reflection. Itomnnce nnd impulse Chrntinns, let us have n divine rage rule the ilny. Perhaps the only ground for the marriage compact is that she ng mist anything that wars on the marrlikes his looks, and he admires the ing- sfnte. Blessed institution! of two arms to fight the battle grnceful way she passes around the lee cream at the picnic! It is nil they know of fe, four; instead of two rjes to about each other. It is all the prepara- scrutinize the path of life, four; Instead tion for life. A innn not able to pay his of hvo shoulders to lift the burden oi own board bill, with not a dollar in his life, four; twice the energy, twice tin e possession, will stand nt the altar nnd counge, twice the holj ambition, probability of worldly succets. take the loving hnnd and tsay: "With nil my wordly goods I thee endow." A tvvii.. the prospect of Heaven. Into that woman that could not make n loaf of inntiimoninl bovver God fetches two . Outside the bovver, room for nil bread to save her life will svvenr to love soul-contention!, nnd nil bickerings, nnd nl. and keep him in sickness mid in health. controversies, but Inside that bower A Cliristinn will marry nn atheist, nnd the - thcr- Is room for only one guest that always makes conjoined wretched- nnge of love. Let thnt angel stnnd nt ncss; for if a man does not believe there Is n God he Is neither to be trusted with the iloral doorway of thh Edenlcbowrr to hew down the n dollar nor with jour lifelong happl- - with drnwn ness. Having rend much nbout love In wort foe of that bower ensj divorce n cottnge, people brought up in ense And for everj pnrndJea lost mny there will go and starve In a hovel. Itiimivvay be a paradise regained. And after we matches and elopements, nine hundred quit our home here maj we hnve a and nliietj'-nin-e out of n thousand of brighter bom in Heaven, it the of which, this tnox.nt, nre tn which mean death and hell, multiply You see them in everj miliar fnecs watching for our nrrlvn Ing on nil hands. nnd wondering vvhj so long we tnrrj. day's newspapers. A ii t r jr. Our ministers in some regions have no defense such ns thej' have in other It can be said with perfect safety that regions where the banns must be pre the collar! tte in Iu numerous different viouslj published nnd nn ofllcer of the forms Iiot come to stuy. There wag Inw must give n certificate thnt nil If some doubt ns to whether It would take right, so clergymen nre left defenseless well at first, especlallj In fact nnd unite those who ought never to be goods, but It is now a united. Perhaps thej ate too joimg, ' that thej will be largely used this fal. or perhaps they nre standing nlrendj' and no doubt continue right through winter. Dry Goods Economist. in some domestic compact. By Xh One-half J i THE SERIOUS CEREUS, Mr. Smith Wh-- n 44 Necessity is the Mother , Think Tlierr Art Time They Amount ii tlo Tnmeil). ccrcuifs are no Jokf, remarked Smith to hit p.rrtniT iu he nvid at the otlicc aboil 12 o clock in tin "Night-bloomin- " bload turifxtr And ionic th.it Jt i Hood s S.r$.WArUU. Is a highly conctntrAttdtxtrACtprerAred ii.. ltn,itnce of Invention' . ,,, tellxhlt j brought j Vir jur ; keep-Itiffio- I . to-dn- v J Brown, jocularly. Well, fuliM-iSmith KroHinl. "Scriou-Mmvc one say so. Tlif-- are o trnisedy. in our family, and just n toon as I cm suailc my wife to tto down to Jut mother for a few day tint hootloo ol n liotanxni specimen for in the odi Kirrcl. 1 oi seme rwuon or other my wife decided that the has ccrcin was koiiii: to bloom last nitthtandItthen threatened to hluoin o man) times rinhody hacked out at the hift minute tint but a woin.ui would havr.ui more .ml" it. But it was a sr.re thinz tin- - time .rid Mrs. inith cent runner- - all over town to miiiiiiioii our friend in to nv that tUManllv thin burst into flower; certain billnl to W hen I came blossom out at luidniKlit. home Mm Ninth said " 'Now. Henrv. a niKlit bl&ominu rercus M soinetlmiK jou doift Me in t!ower more than once m a century or H it a UioiimiiiI Aii)w.iv it' an awful lone time. vear Ami I've invited" the Jones and thet'oilinus still the urecit and- -' hunt? "Well, about 50 1 had arleveo iiiilen out on the North side. ranged to meet a nnn at the club, hut I telephoned him I wouldn't be there 'llientl.c caterers came and thej turned the houe into an icecream pirlor. All in) papers ami lools and lidiini! rods ami puns wen carried out of the "tiiilv t iler a suitable place for that ronfoundrd cereiu It took the center of the ntie ami kept it. and as far was at at I am concerned I uishlKitanv cost me the Wl bottom of the sea The lajcut bes.iles losing in the melee a deed to ten " lot in Knitlewnmi "Well, but the rcreus' querwd Brown. "Oh, ve, banc it. the tlniiK didn tUMni. Flunked for ihe tvvelit) fifth tlIiiel"-Chi--cta T 'Scnoin thniKs I suppose, ' ninsrlwl ess recvliAt j itself And awmg to I Hood's Surf ArillA unequAlled curA- tive wtver. Remember . r Jr ONE Vli WIFE SURELY ENOUGH. lliiniiKniuy I'reviilllnu .Vlnlrli " Curjr to lie lhc- - lul I'rlti- - olpli- - In TliU Co ii n I r. .,,,,, Marghenta Arhna Hamm, the traveUr and atithur, lulled when In Chin s uikiii the wife, or ritlur the vvivm, of a Her visit wirlool; of Ihe KiiMt nininliinii natuie oi 4 fmtiv.il, o novel was the to the ( Iniieie vvomeM. whose lives walls ate lMu'tHl almost entirely within the ctolh-in- ', Ihe examined her of their amen and were arll) jsleosetl and (wrtly by her at it. I hey were shoe, and cfru!!y by the fuel that her confined b) iHtidliiRs fut were not of them sanl, through Int i'litallj one "Vou can walk Aud run Just as will a a man?" ceita.nly." "(an ou nde a ony as well as a man? well-know- 'hv. 4MI Inter Ocean. , ud I'ltlMilll'.SS. 1 ! mnt-rliiTn- y - I I wed-marc- h j - i y - - With time, comes progress and advancement in all lines of ucceufully conducted enterprises. Succe comes to those only who have goods with superior merit and a reputation. In the manufnetur of laundry starch for the Inst quarter of a century J C. Hublnger has been the peer of all Is placing on the others and market the finest Lvundrj starch ever offered the public under cur new and original method. Ask your grocer for a coupon Ixxik which will enable you to get the first two Urge 10 cent packages of his new starch, BED CBOSS. TBADE MA UK brand, also two of the children's Shakespeare picture painted In twelve beautiful colors as uatural as life, or the Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, all Absolutely free. All grocers are authorized to give ten large package of BED CBOSS STAUCH, with twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or ten of the Twentieth Centurj' Girl Calendars, to the first tire purchasers of the Endless Starch Chain Book. This is one of the grandest offers ever made to Introduce the BED CBOSS laundry starch, J. C. Hublnger's latest Invention. to-da- y am." I think "Vou wouldn't let a man Wat yeu, not hmlund, wuuld juu?" even our "Not at ill." The Cluneie woman (wused, laughed, and then said "Now I undeutaiid whjr (orrlsa. era in v or take more than one wife. I'licj'irc I'ost. afraid nwii." "lhrn )ou "Vn. iliratl. must be as strong as . msit lphia AV hi eh VVn- - Hip UlKnniUt. prominent rrndent of Chicago iemllnc hit summer ho.nl.vs in the caileni prav fainres dedicatnl lo the lurmor) of the mous men ami women who formed themselves into the philosophic workers and A the rrsidrnre of Kmerson two other tiroinl- Alicblnent residents ol the cit) on san. both of thnn judges of note and both living on the West side Tb two jurists were accumaiiicd b three attraclive ladles ' unknown to the soutarj promtstst resident attention, and alter an v. ho first claimed I I urtimers oi nni rami inwunitiru ' the judgca turned and rsith Introdured the ladies I lure these air our wivrs - (nirrtat of -- irlxratlon anil gfrrting "Mr one of Dssfl, a sweeping know get- - Chronicle. shout r- Jonah?" Scholar "II vsaa th firtt manto talo a trin in the vicinity of the oil gion." Yonkers Statesman. d Teacher "What do you poverty Money talkt-'-anCiteago Dally News. e'Jiog su wr ol &$& 1 t fs . ' - jud;e," said the r complainant "Did he suceted!" queried th court "No, sir " "Five do' tors' fine'" thundered thr court, turning to the prisoner "lie rn. re careful next time." l'hiladelpkii Nurth American. "He tried to kiss me, fem-ll "I cannot umlriiuml zc hnirwaje." 1'tTnclniivn the "I know h w to pronounce te Ard 'hvdrtipholua. an zen I learn ul"- ir- ilex turn komrt in. pr nounce it fata'. - N O lime Dm. ra' 1 - Th linnet HrlJE lUflaB r VUB I - 1 Look at yourself I Is vour face covered with pimples? Vour skin roueh and blotchy t It's your liver! Aycr's i'tlls arc liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, and P iilS All t ! dyspepsia. 25c. ur ri' ut.f t wn r r ilfb h "k drucsUti. 4 e "Do V"U kn .vr rnc stout, do." ' Shal u Statesman lt' ri)ih.i)g "Wh I ' mh r.kcrs ih - nil !.t tmke I T r u a butirl I 1 1 BUCK! KGHAM'S DYE (9A.iCSr. - e - - tittle-tn'Mc- fl Jv( -- rlf aAllK. C, J50-I32-I- ( ViLstyivffi HOUSE WMACtiOHiT . fr-.- j I FASHIONABLE AUTUMN AND WINTER ''J0'!' st th-tr- SKIRT, .lrn .. ": ii i re-s- i 1 ThU hn,orn slums mad- - of 6n jbs( ir all kimI storm sargt In lb- - ns fsih-'?,, h ""m'ne.l wiihblrksai.n mwa.si i Illuili.l-- d Notwllhsuniinglli- - m colt oC Uns - ( ct Uih.-- n iionr el l)i -- stsnllsl po.nls thai co to uiita ui a tintllr fcil-cltmrn cmlll-.- l. tk.ii h Il u I nr I llirou(honl ith Im'Ii (liilt jir.lln- - ami s u b l nl l I intr i lining. bo-cauIt houDil Willi hell nru( bindlu- - mill ib unJrr boi ilall and istPiit snapltilrncis In Ihe luck lo ircvrnl sptradinc cym; bouni saint 1 hf arcom bo-cau- so Cnnng illuslralion hating fioui a iiholo Kisph nl tho .klit, .r wearing You'll onjoy sc possessos tho it iti individual stylo, tvvlo-th- prlco .9 only noi of nrli lol.l and Una cle.r ronfrp. about half tho and givi away .ill hsng tic o( Die vhrnwain This it a value. To bo ol unusual Interest to II -- bar-gai- n cnumorated among our in clooo customors moans to bo touch with tho ocnters of fashion stall tlmos. - who desires somcthinc not too ripen-si-a- . at the samn lima po. satimg style r.jual lo mora conly (irmrnis ami quality that Is wnndrrlully serv-li- rirry tad- , ' black Sliest to so Inches; 31 lo 44 Inches. I.aricer slrea ao per cant eitra i'llce bluo Waist, leticth, titor Color aro navy ti ' ' $3.35 wlr-(low- s ( JV 1 1 I X OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE ff- i j M.LaL. 9 in wnitn is If J J ai lowest wnoiesale prices everything to nsieu - J tl I m m J high-grad- e ' well-know- n eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only lOc. to partly pay postage or exprcssage, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amouniinrto $1.00 or above. - TT7JIFJTr-'- , , T' p WPS W41 , M - AGAINST TRUSTS. Several Interesting Puimth Itoutl at tho ConrVrciicii in Chicago. THE DIAMOND JUBILEE. Many of tha Hither Officials, Irludloff All Officers of tha Hovereign Uraml Lodge I. O. O. r., In Detroit Mich. BOERS TO FIGHT. It in Probable Tlmt tho Last i'ence Huh Vanished In Transvaal. A HOME FOR THE NEGRO. Holler, South Carolina, Thinks tha Oovrrnnirnt Hioulit Carry Out tha I'roposltlou of I'resldmU Lincoln. Oiiki:.-vii.i.:, RUNNINGFIGHT. KIIIpcI Uj THEY ARE UP FOR TRIAL. Hopo of lL.KUUtloii fclrlkln-- r fan at th Not Control It Without to Own All Mean ooturriiiiiiit r trans- pnrlallniiand Utility. merely spectators. Tho meeting wni called to order by Chairman Franklin li. Head. CincAoo, Sept- afternoon session of tho trust conference wan devoted to the paper on tho "Relation of agriculture to trusts." Dudley Woolen acted as chairman for the session, but presided over delegation oven thinner than they were during the forenoon. W. llurko Cochran vn missed from the rank of the New Yorkers, but these gentlemen asserted that he had not forsaken tho conference. Oov. I'ingrvc, of Michigan, together with 0ov. Atkinson, of West VTrgl ila; Oov. Sehofleld, of Wisconsin, and Oov. Mauley, of Kansas, upon the invitation of tho chairman took seats on tho 1B.-- TI.0 Ciiioaoo, Kept. U. Tlio great confer-enc- o on tho uses ami abuses of trust nuil combinations, with representative men from nearly every state In attendance, opened hero Wednesday. Central music hall was packed with tho 200 delegates and others who wcro Ind., master of the National Orange, declared that the farmer was opMised to no other brunch of tuduilry. luclmU tug trusts. The last speaker of tho afternoon was MaJ. HeuJ. It. Tucker. of New York, editor of un mtnrohist paper, llo gave his view of trusts from tlio jioint of view of the an archist. At the close au opportunity for discussion was ottered, but a motion to adjourn wns ovvrwheliniugly favored And as carried. J. C llaulry, of St. Paul, spoke un foreign markets and American shipping and tho elTect aud Intluenco of these on agriculture. "Trusts and combines," said he, "If conducted on a strict business competitive system, would bo a blessing rathrr than a curse, but the operation of many of these gigantic monopolies as conducted at present arc a menace to the existence and stability of our cation. I am convinced that legislation can not control this evil without striking at tho root of it, and that the government own and control all means of transHirtation and public utility." In the course of Ills speech Aaron Jones said: "It occurs to mo that tho first step in remedial legislation is to t pass a well considered law by the congress of the United States, defining the powers limiting tho privileges of these corporations, aud supplement this law by enactments of the hcveral state legislatures to apply to such phases as could not bo reached by the federal law." .MaJ. Tucker, at the close of hi Miccch, said: "Free acccis to the world of matter, abolishing land mouoMly; free access to the world of mind, alollshlng idea of monopoly; free access to a free and untaxed mar ket, abolishing tarilT monopoly and money monopoly secure these and all tho rest shall be added unto you. For liberty Is tho remedy of every social vil; aud to anarchy must the world look at least fdr any enduring guarantee of social order." anti-trus- ktage. Samuel II. Orccly, of the Chicago board of trade, spoko on "The protection of American grain markets from railroad and warehouse monopoly. ' lie Mas followed by J. C ManU-y- , of St. Paul, delegate from the National Partners' Alliance ntid Industrial 1'nion. Aaron Jones, of South llend, -- Dktiioit, Mich., Sept-nud tho rank and fllo of American odd fellowship who havu thus far ary rived In tho city passed a quiet preliminary to tho opening of tlio diamond jubilee anniversary of tho order. There are nlrcady on hand some JOO of the higher oillclals, Including all tho olllccrs of tho Sovereign grand lodge, delegate to tho grand lodgo sessions, state grand lodge grand encampment ollloers, and officers of tho Kebekali branch, theso about 1,000 of tho rank mid fllo have thus far arrived from various ' states. Kcliglou services wcro held Sunday In the First Congregational church. Tho central portion of tho church auditorium wa reserved for odd fellow and their ladies, several hundred of whom arrived from headquarter by special trolley train. Uov. Nchemlah Itoyutou, 1). I)., pastor of tho church, preached upon "llrothcrhood." Tin speaker dellned tho various relations of brotherhood, inclusive, first, of family relationship; secondly, of a particular class; anil finally, tho enlarged idea of brotherhood as exemplified by Jesus Christ, who brought brotherhood up to its full realization, all men to Him being brethren irrespective of rev idcnee, religion, color, or other circumstances. "Jesus," said tho speaker, "looked beneath men' varied defects mid found therein his brother, man. for whom he oircrcd his very life. You can only rarry true brotherhood Into tho world In proportion as the essence of brotherhood which exists in your own fouls. It Is not enough foi you to scud your check from your lodge to the physician oud the undertaker. It Is more in the open palm behind which throbs the sympathetic heart Tokonwayyour Inspiration mid tho real brotherlfncsa of your order will fall. Your Institution is 7o years old, but its Inspiration was born 1000 years ago with the Infant who has since boon tho world's infection." Dr. ltoyntou declared that tho assuring feature of what ho termed tho "Dreyfus outrage" lay in the numerous protests atrittnst tho verdict, which showed that tho principle and spirit of brotherhood is nowadays llnding an Interpretation hitherto unequalled. Work progressed all day ou tho great welcoming arch which will span Woodward avenue. Tho hotels have been crowded slnco early Sunday morning vtith Incoming odd follows. Monday tho sovereign grand lodge will bo formally welcomed in the Detroit opera house by Oov. Plngrco and Mayor Maybury. Tuesday' feature will bo the ai..iual reunion of tho past grand representatives and members of tho sovereign grand lodge. Wednesday th grand parade will be held. Thursday will be given over to tho prize drills, with a Kebekali concert in the evening. Friday and Saturday will bo spent in sightseeing and other pleasures. tS.--rhc ofll-clul- s S. a, Sept. 10. or 1 ha Sun-do- Kut.rali.tr and tha Kigfat of Intar- feraiice In Internal ARalri and Atlheies to Franchli. In n Iranavaal Ooternment ItepudlatM olll-eer- 11c-sl- de Waniiinoton. Sept. 19. Tho naval digiticcrs have projected plans for the sew battle ships which if adoped will provide an entirely novel type for the uay. The purpose Is to have these tlnps ombinc in themselves the good The member of the Africander Qualities of battle ships and armored bund In Capo Town intend to convene cruisers. Tho aim will bo to have tho the bund in congress to consider tho sighest possible speed for such ships, A Itloemfcutciii paper u tins case 'JO knots per hour. This situation. reports the dismissal of several vin be attained by the use of triple from the ISlocmfcuteiu police tcrws. two binall sldo screws force because of their refusal to serve :or use in ordinnry cruising and a big central on the Commaude. screw to add to tho Tlio Cape Town correspondent of the propulsive force in case high speed is P.ng-lishm- step. LoNiio.t. Sept. 10. The special dispatches from South Africa confirm the report telegraphed Monday that the ltoers an- - massing artillery In positions commanding I.aiugs Neck. Small Itucr detachments occupy positions above llulfalo river. "negative and Inconclusive" character, which Mr. Chmuborlalu declared would compel tho Imperial government to consider tho situation afresh. It practically repudiates suzerainty, reverts to the seven years' franchise, and declines to give equality to the Dutch and Kngltsh language in the volks-raaIn short It is politely negative mid deliauu Tho full text may not bo available for a day or two, but it will not change the aspect of affairs. The NEW TYPE OF NAVAL VESSEL. cabinet will probably meet on Wednes- It If Propmed to Hiitr Thrin Combine In day or Thursday to consider the next d. I.ondon, Sept. 10. Tho Timers second edition, print a dispatch from Johannesburg to tho effect that some early coup by tho Doors is believed to be contemplated. Quantities of compressed foiago nro being sent to the Natal border and tho boor arc buying all horses available. I.o.mio.v, Sept. HI Tho reply of tho Trmisvnal government to Mr. Chamberlain' latest note I said to cover nine pages. It Is eminently of tho Ilutlcr, of this state, in eply to certain questions recently nkcd him by a New York party on the Hce question In tho south, Buys ho beeves the government should provide place of emigration for the Negroes. iie say; "To my mind, It behooves tho fjvornmont of tho United State to ttrry out the proposition of President Lncoln and provide a home in Central r South America, or elsewhere, where 'no Negro may bo induced to emigrate &il set up for himself. It would be finitely better for the Nei:ro,who can Kver reach the full measure of Anier-a- n manhood and citizenship wdth his TOvlronments of race prejudice and Mtraclsm In this country. Itace preju-iic- c is not confined to the white man "id Negro. It is as strong a d Intense the white man and Indian or tunaman or any colored race. Tho nost ndvanced stages of civilization do aot nppcar to eradicate it. Christlan-t- y does not ur r can not, and the only refuge for the weaker race is nil exodus perpetual subordination to the tronger or extermination." M. C t IhrtiHrlTes tl.ii Good (UHlllliof Haltin hlp ami Arinortd Crullers. MAP OF THE ALLIED REPUBLICS OF THE TRANSVAAL AND THE ORANGE REE STATE. XCriutC p i ,w m . . m m crt r m r i v Ay tP&jffi vTiniUr'ak'"n til') ytil last en ,7 J )$' X&t3Ur',m") Ol W THE SECOND DEGREE. Klla tUMUItl Otilltr ar the Murilrr of Clan. II. fa ur l Villi -- - luillrlruitiiU Itelurned Aftlnit Others of the - i -,, t , ., . I i aaaaaaaMM aaai a. mimmm THEY PROTEST. The I re Importation of Coffee From Porto Itlro to Cuha (,'iuii'i a llU linpreislun Among 1'lantera. Santiago Dk CniA, Sept. 15. Tho measure declaring free iuiortatlon of coffee from Porto Uico to Cuba has caused a bad Impression in the city nnd provluc of Santiago. The planters held a meeting Wednesday, mid after a prolonged discussion agreed to cable Senor (Jncsada in Washington a requrst to pri.cul a protest to President McKlnley. They declare that such i regulation will kill the Cuban colTct Industry and leave thous.ind peiiulicss. The Santiago chamber of commorco, at its meeting Thursday, adopted a resolution of protest. lll Ur t'ltriloiinit September SopU 15. Tho Matin Friday morning Assorts that the cabinet has ngrecd to pardon Dreyfus nnd that tho decree will be s'lgned September 10. Many of the provincial papers publish articles insisting ou tho granting of a l)rr)fu P. 10. HI8, -- pardon. ulcidml on a Train. ' CincAoo, Sept. H. Chav H Suedes, n grain merchant of Harlem, S. D., committed suicide by shooting on a train wiiilo passing through Olenvicw Wednesday night. Ho had been 111 from softening of tho brain for tin past nine years He urns to Wain-melo- riaeretary Vamlrrllp n. Waiiimito.i, Sept. 14. Assistant Secretary Vanderllp has rrturned to tie city fiouiu ten days' o31elal r' ' through New Knglaud. (Sliowlnc. marked by croes. the tlirro points at whlrh the Hrltlnh. If war comes, Wit.UAii.sox, W. Vo., Sept- - 18. Kllai will be likely to make Invasions ) Uattlcld, who ou July 'i murdered II. K. Hills, ws found guilty of murder In the second degree, 'j'ho Jury reach- Dally Chronicle says: "It Is reported need. The ships would be of H.000 or ed this verdict after deliberating wort here that Couyngham Orccnc, llritish 15,000 tons displacement and with sevthan 1'J hour. The special grauu" jury iiplomatic agent at Pretoria, fears en inches of the latest armor would bo that au attempt will bo made to dyna- almost as strong lu defense as a reguha returned Indictments against lar battle ship. The coal capacity number of tho llntlleld clan, two of mite the Hrilish agency." PiiK.TOitlA. 10. The Transvaal would be about 2,000 tons, sufficient at which were for complicity in tho murder of II. F. Kill. They will be given state secretary, F. W. Kelt, in course ordinary cruising speed to carry the a speedy trial here and, if acquitted, of an interview Monday, declared that ship 10.000 or 15.000 miles. will bo turned over to tho Kyntucky the government, the volksra.id and the WILL NOT INTERFERE. authorities to answer for murden com- people were unanimous regarding the muted sumo time ago, Kl'as Hatfield attitude which the Transvaal has aswill likely bo sentenced by Judge Duo-littl- e sumed, ami that there was no founda- The Sentence of Death ou Tiro Kotillrrt for Assaulting Nutlte l'hlllppliio Women Monday. The sentence will not tion whatever for the reports of dllTer-juceVMM He Carried Out Mr. Kcllz also asserted that be less than tlvo nor moro than "Oyears the Transvaal's decision was arrived at in prison. 10. Privates Sept. Wasiiixoto.v. in conjunction with the Orange Free Damhoffcr and Conine, sentenced to One Meinhrr or the Kamllr rUrapeii. Oolr State. death by court-martifor assaulting Las Vkoas, N. M., Sept. is. An I.oNtiox. Sept. It). The Cape Town Philippine women, will not receive adobe houso ilvo miles from Mora, N. correspondent of the Daily Mail says: any mercy nt the hands of tho presiM., collapsed, killing Manuel Cordove The Tinted States consul In Cape dent. The sentence of the court-martiand his wife mid six children. It had Town has gone to Illocmfeiitein at the will bo carried out as soon as the been mining in that vicinity for sev- request of the government of the Oreral days, mid tho dirt roof of th ange Free State, to confer regarding proceedings and findings of the two cases can be reviewed mid approved by house having become saturated, fell on the crisis. The Orange Free State him, unless there should be some Irregthe iutuatss, crushing them. Only one is anxious to secure American ularities about the proceedings. It is member of the family, a son, 10 ycarj 'ntcrvciition. stated upon high authority that the old, escaped, he bclug outside the lloer spies invest all tho border president has determined not to interhouse when tho accident occurred. towns. Two troops will be dispatched fere. o Klinbcrlcy within a week. Five Col. VchneliUr ItemoveiL A dm. Will Ohejr Orders Vikn.na, Sept. 18. Tho oillcial army hundred started Monday night and Washington, Sept. !'.. Adm. Schley gazette announces tho removal from jthers will go forward Tuesday. nrrived in tho city from New military attache tho Chlure (lotnrnmeut 1'rolrits afternoon and Tuesday will ship lu Paris mid Ilrussols of Col. F Washington. Sept. 10. The imperial call upon the president to pay respects Schneider, whoso alleged letter in- Chinese government through Its minis- aud to announce his readiness to acCapU Dreyfus, thougn ter here Mr. Wu Ting Fang, lias lodgcriminating cept the command of the south Atlandistinctly repudiated by him as a for ed with the statu department an em- tic squadron, or any other duty to gery, was ono of the principal weapons phatic protest against the military or- which the president may assign him. of tho prosecution during tlio llcunoi der of Oen. Otis excluding Chinese am a sailor," said Adm. Schley Mou-dtrial. from the Philippines. night, "and will obey orders." Crinaile. Killed tho Mierln. Itilhlln Defeat- - Melrru'r. Tkiiiik Hai'ti Ind., Sept. IS. Frank Dii.nvkh, Col., Sept. 10. (ius Kuhlin Sai.i.va, Cal., Sept. 10. Shorlir 11. F. lllue. of this city, secretary of tin Society of America, Farloy, of Monterey county, was shot defeated Jack Stclzner Monday night Monday night by Ocorge before the Olympla athletic club In is sending a circular broadcast ovei mid killed Stelancr, though thu stutc advising parents nut to heed Ciusar. whom he was trying to arrest tho seventh round. the advice of boards of health mid for arson. Ciusar, who had been drink- game was clearly too weak to last ing, thrcatccud to shoot four olllccrs much longer mid Keferoo Masterson's t. school authorities in regard to the nnd burn up the town. Ciusar was cap- decision was applauded. of school children. Scvcra' years ago Mr. Itluo raised u test cose it. tured mid jailed. War Kltks on Iranitual t'ouslKiimvure. , Los-dontho court hern ugatnst the ruling ol liovrrniimit Troops Cnnrantratlne;- Sept. 10. War risks ou contho school auf.hurltles that children Caiiacas. Sept, 10. Tho government signments to th Transvaal were not vaccinated could not attend school. troops have rcoccupicd Puerto Cabcllo, quoted at a premium of 50 per cent. but tho case was never decided by th and are concentrating there and at Monday mid all the markets, wcro very A La Victria. ,ulJrernc C0UrU sensitive and excited. s. al York-Monda- y Aiistro-Hungaria- rreiifh Semite .Met as n High Court of Jusllre to Trr the I'lottera Against Savon Xegro Miners a Kiol tho (lovrriiineut. ut Curtervlllc, III., With Whites. Paiiih, Sept. 10. The senate met as a high court of justice Monday nt ' p. the Oppol tg sides Mat at the Depot, Ex- in. for tho purpose of trying 22 politl changed a Few Vtordt, When the ciuus, including MM. DcMuuicourt, Negroes Opened Kir on tha Thie- Deroulede, Whites right Followed. baud, Karon DeVau.x and JulesOuerlu, ou the charge of conspiring against CAUTKIIVIU.E, 111., Sept. 18. Carter-vill- c the government. was the scene of a bloody riot Tho proctiratcur general, M. about noon Sunday In which four Ne read the long indictment, which groes were Instantly killed and one lasted from 2:25 till 3:40 p. in., when wounded unto death while two others the session senate received slight wounds. Trouble has to discuss entered into secret deterthe indictment and been hovering ever since the militia mine the questions relating to the pre.vas recalled by Oov. Tanner last Mon-Jaliminary inquiry which is to be orTho white miner! of this place dered. It will then adjourn until the have refused to allow the Negro miners conclusion of tho inquiry, perhups a to come Into town, always meeting month later. them and ordering them back. Sun Some of the passages of M. Barnard's day however 13 Negroes, all armed, bill of indictment grew too boisterous. matched Into town going to the Not one of the accused was present ot Illinois Central depot where they ex in tho palace Monday, but nine cells changed n few words with tho white have been fitted up for them in the liminers there, when the Negroes pull brary. The cells arc very comfortably ed their pistols and opened fire on the furnished. The floor is covered with whrtes who at once returned the fire linoleum and tho walls arc hung with when a running fight was kept up. greenish clotlt. The Negroes scattered, but were Thc most rigorous precautions were followed by the whites running up taken for the safety of the senate the main street, while the remainder building Monday afternoon. It was took down the railroad track. Here cordoned by police, who were stationed the execution was done, all who went every few yards while every gate .' through town After the to the Luxnburg palace was guardfight was over four dead bodies were ed by a detachment of municipal picked up and another mortally guards. Nobody was allowed to enter wounded. They were taken to tho the court yard or evcu remain in city hall, where the wounded man the precincts of the palace without was attended to f.nd an Inquest held a card of Consequententry. over the dead ones. ly only a small crowd witnessed Trouble has existed here off and on the nrrlval of the senators, who for over a year, but no fatalities oc alighted from their carriages and encurred until June 30, when a passenger tered the palace without demonstratrain on the Illinois Central railroad tion of any sort, except the raising of war fired into and one Negro woman hats by a few of the spectators. Tho killed. These Negroes were on their ticket holders, after crossing the main way to the mines, having come from courtyard, had to traverse the dark en A short time afterwards a Pana. trance hall passing between a double pitched battle ensued between tho row of stacked rifles, a strong detachn union and forces during ment of municipal guards in their blue which time the dwellings occupied by uniforms decorated with red cord. the union Negroes wero burned. The ushers on the stair eases repeat Several arrests were made and tho edly examined the tickets. The putc parties are in jail at Marion on llc and press gallery were crowded, the the charge of murder awaiting trial. former were chlcl'y occupied by ladles. Tho mayor has taken every precauThe senator scats were well filled. tion to prevent further trouble and On the resumption of the public sitnone will occur unless tho Ncgreos ting, M. Falliercs announced that the make an attack. It is now rumored senate had decided by a vote of 2"l ' however, that tho state militia will be against 32 to allow prisoners to be rephere within a very short time. If they resented by council during the prelimarrive no further trouble is looked for. inary inquiry, but that thu question Superintendent Donely of the Brush of the competence of the senate to sit mines, whero the Negroes are employas a high court to try the charges had ed, reported that the Negroes arc been adjourned ifntit after the concluworked up into a frenzy and that while sion of the preliminary sitting. ho is doing all in his power to hold This is a tantamount to. an adjournthem in check, ho is afraid that he can ment of tho high court for several-week- s not do so much longer and that unless at least. Most of tho senator! the militia arrives shortly further were present when the announcement trouble may bo expected. was made, but there were few pcrsoot Two mure dead negroes were found in the public and press galleries. late Sunday evening near the Brush mines, swelling the total killed to VANDERBILT'S WILL. tho wounded negro, is reported dead, making a total of seven Kverthlng Points to the Vouuger Son llelng tha rarorrd Heir. Which killed. Causes Some D.atatUractlon. Company C, 4th regiment L N. L , arrived here late Sunday evening, and Nkw York, Sept. 10. Alfred Gwynne will endeavor to preserve order. Vanderbllt, younger son, Is tho favored Forty miners from the Hcrrin mines heir of Cornelius Vanderbllt. He was left that place for this city armed with called homo Saturday, although adrifles and are deter- vised on the day before to continue his mined to assist the white miners here tour of with his tho world If their services are required. college mates. The summons was the result of a conference of APPEAL FOR REVISION. W. K. Vanderbllt with Chauucey M. Depew, E. V. W. Rosslter and tho It Will Ha Withdrawn be Drejfas In Order Vanderbilt family lawyer, Henry B. to Allaw the UoTernment to Take Anderson. The will will not be offered Steps for a I'ardon. for probate until Alfred Vanderbilt'j London, Sept 17. The Paris corre- return. All tho members of the family aro pledged to preserve spondent of the London Daily Newt secrecy concerning Its details until says: that time. This attitude is interpreted The premier, M. promised definitely to propose a as meaning that the division of tho has pardon for Dreyfus at next Tuesday's property is far from satis:actory to all those concerned. eabinct council. London, Sept. 17. M. DoHlowitz, tho Adm. Dewey at the White House. Paris correspondent of tho Times, Washinoton. 4sepU 19. Partial arsays: rangements have been made at the "I learn that Capt. Dreyfus will white house for the dinner which shortly withdraw his appeal for a re- President McKinlcy will give Adm. vision of the Itcnncs trial, which will Dewey. It will be on the evening of leave the ground clear for the govern- October 3, in the state dining-rooment to take immediate steps to par- The lbt of guests will be limited to 50 don him. This pardon will not aunul mid will consist of prominent officers the civil and military consequences of of the nnvy and army and high the verdict and he will, therefore, nc of the government. longer belong to the army. "There is nothing, however, to pre- Mine. Dreyfut to Lire ut Folkestone, Kng. St. Lot'l-- Sept. 10. It is reported vent him from applying to the court of quash the Rcnncs trial that Maltrc Labori and Mine. Dreyfus cassation to whenever the new fact required by law visited Folkestone, five miles from is produced. When liberated he will Dover, Saturday, and engaged apartsettle in the south of France, as tho ments, where Mine. Dreyfus and hcv members of his family do not wish to cblldrcn will dwell In the event of he expose him to such demonstrations of husband's pardon. M. Labori is resympathy abroad as might be used ported to have been affected by the against him by his adversaries at kindly expressions toward himself and Mmc. Dreyfus while at Folkestone. home.' Mariel-IIabert, Her-nary. I b lead-in-- i ', non-unio- f .9 9 m j--. Krag-Jorgcns- : i ? Vnn-derbl- lt Waldeck-lloussea- u, otll-cia- ls s r( 'I y I'rotestad Agalnat tha Verdict. Chicago, Sept. IS. Chicago Jews assembled at Metropolitan hall, Jefferson aud O'Brien streets, Sunday and protested againpt the verdict of the court-martiin tho Dreyfus case. al Can ot Attend. 10. Owing to previous engagements President McinKinlcy can not attend the loutht-rdustrial convention at lluntijvllle, Ala., October 10. mil Minittln-- ; Affray Ht Washinoton, Sept. Ills Ilouie ,1. una) Ckntkkvim.k, Conteuts Destroyed. la., Sept. 16. Whllo ChnrluitviWllM.Va. M. Wales was away from homo Saturday his home and Its contents, wero destroyed by fire. It Is aupposed to bo another result in the famous Wales-Wakefie- ld feud. Merulur for the Jcnate. Pauis, Sep'-- 18. Tho Journal is authority for tho statement that Oen. Mercler, who is sta.viug at Dlnard, in antho department of nounces hU Intention to stand for tha e, irnatc in the department of Sank t iiAitLo'iTKsvii.i.r, Va., Suit. HO. A shooting affray occurred 'tun theKmain street hero Mouday after'uuoiil'.-- i which Police Officer 1. S. UalDwas .I'rMtitn the shoulder, Officer Y. lu'StVattoil in the wrist, and diaries VJ' seriously InitheTCttiD-uO- f the heart. The shootlM!- grew 'ntititof an altercation between' Frolii iCellj. the superintendent' bf he telqilibne exchange, and Oirrcer''ilulb,lw!nitlh resulted from the fornieifciicbiqaLiiig U Hall's visiting one of tho ladies la thi exchaugc during busiuc-- i hours. Gun-phid- f Hal-lctsvill- i 2WS;.. MI.jeYr L'a- - - " ""ray (: . SJlrsin. tju b sww T- - .- -ii Going to Build T t LOCAL NEWS. Look out for Muck Frost I" ' -.v Paducah's street fair hit beeuabuu-doued- . , The farmors are busy putting in their wheat crop. Our merchants are busy opening up their fall stocks. Wo can furnish you with everyCounty Assessor Sanson is in the thing needed to build with Bend precinct this week. at . This is September and the mouth of the oyster. We might say ' H there!" PRICES, LOWEST VERY but wo wont. The Hickman Handle Factory is arranging to enlarge the plant and double its capacity. Rough Lumber. Dressed Lutnbor, The Tennessee State Baptist AssoInflows, Doors mid ciation meets this your at Union Citv Sash mid Blind, on Wednesday. Oct. llth. Shingles, JfaiK It is remarkable bow very iinior Hardware. Builders taut it makis a man feel the first lime Paints and Oils, ho .sees his name in print. Lime, Cement and Plaster. -- Hoas Willard Mitchell mid 11 V. Let us ilgure with you. JnvOheshey. democrats, were announced to speak at Fulton on the I9u. The popularity of these summer river excursions is conclusive proof that men can have a good time on water ,y of Mississippi Kaili'oiul Tlm Tnblr. ' Mo.,The people the 30th of till county. month will vote ou a proiHsition to build a $36,000 N., 0. St. h. It. U. court house. AHK1VBS. LKAVK: 0 loaves Bread for 26o. Truln No. M it M p. m. Train So. fti, 7 I". n m 20 loaves Bread for 1.00. m No. 8, Rt rrnln ' 4, i " in Trln l'atroui7.e home industry and savo from 20 to !IOo ou the dollar, at the New City Bakery. Faults Judgq Kobbfns E. C. Mayes and Edgar Clays started Monday to meet the remains of their The Fulton Guard faults Judge cousin, B. ,1. Boudurant, at Texarkana. Young Boudurant died at Albemarle, Kobbitis for adjourning circuit iow Mexico. court to perinit Wheeler uimI A vcnerablo minister of Polk eoun Orossland to address the people ty. Tcnn., was arrested last Sunday, on the political issues. Ixtih gen while preaching, charged with making niooiishine whisky. His congregation tlomen supporting Goehol. Kiom was very indignant. time whereof we tt'inemtier n t to Iow, gentlemen," stud the sumthe contrary, Circuit Judges have mer hotel proprietor, "1 want to invite every man the sea .serpent to always allowed time to public steo up and who haw drink." The rehave a speakors on the first days of nurt porter counted .seventeen. Tiptonville Press: .1 tidge Harris has in State campaigns, the people recently been taking some views ou the have grown line lo the custom, Lake with his camera. He intend to expect it, and presumably they put them away for posterity to see how Itcelfoot Lake once looked. desire it. A Missouri editor says one of the delights in living in a small town Mrs. J. I'. S. Itlackliiirn lleail. the people all sympathize with yon in your trouble, and if you haven't any Mrs. Blackburn wife of e. Sen- trouble they will hunt up Mime for you. . This Spring? . a public mv UAH ! i 2 f as 21Z2pn""' -- """WTOSft IS) &$0$&'$iid$&90ft fcao&P wSmmm f AW'S f We carry Shoes from . . . MY X KW sTO( K OF (I w i HOE BEPAETMEM special line apail from all ot Iters. ing full value lor every A Fall and Winter IS Goods f the cheapest to the highest of prices, guarantee Dollar ko spoilt, lino of N AUUIVING nlta-oi- l)II.Y, in and we will talus e showing you tlie Finest and Best Stock of Goods -EVER BROUGHT LP.'&wTs. Ellison TO HICKMAN!- ir 1 large and variei ) LADIES FIME SHOES About soiling-at ?- with IMMCKS as BI,K as fan he found in jinn in.i rket. KEAS' "2" iUlYvrvnt kinds of Shoos, A t e arc so niisv nnciiuiL' am cannot iivo caulilsneciu marking good tllRt line notice in this hut will he ir'tu to have vou issue, ! I WO $).()) and iinvunl. oI'S 1.00 shoos aro soiling ut lino o. nyIioIo-sal- i Call and See the Splendid i Barfflins loeaaasseGC'Gtsi u Majestic" IN EACH IUTAKTMBNT -- Jv JJi3 C, Sept. LS. Cooking Ranges, - Arxi x70 The Best in the World ! You j u imiu t A2ult- u .tils I u tie Hemoieil for Safe Keeping, Geo. Flower, held without hail ior criminally iiHRntiltiic his cousin. Minn Kntio MaiiHtleld, of the Hectimi, and taken to l'tiuce-tfor unto keeping, wan ordered from the county jail, into the luiiidH of the Sheriff hint bight, owing to (ho forming of u nio! in Ho was hiddui in the comity , Mus-fii- 1'iiilticah, Ivy Bargains -I- I N FarilitUre. la Kuylug One of tUcse Ranges! One of it m j Slioogest 1'olMs in ilw EOOIvTCIvI-S- - IN THE USK OP FUEL! VohMI ICn.t no Bakes Biscuits In I Minnies Light Bread in 10 Minutes, Buying a ".Mnl'Htil" meaiiH a lllellinc of ICcoiminical Cookln.1 Cull itiwl Cxiuttim TIiciii. Oiliir. ator Jo. Blackburn, died sudden ly, at Versailles, Iv., Sunday, of heart disease. The Senator was on his way from the East when Bhe died, Her death will take Senator Blackburn out of the State campaign. The Trust question is of such I loitively will repair your mob railed to show up. watch or clock ut less than the cheapest. I have the experience, tools and ;r7m:i, ih:al. can execute the work. Yours truly. R. W. Bitk WiiHhington, Sept. 1(5. Iv. Tiptonville, Tenn.. Press: As we retnry John ("J. Cathsle deul go to press, news comes from Reel foot v., of a big land slido there yesterday. report that Win. Ooehel see him in lS'.lti for the purl Over one thousand saw logs went into the river, and a largo lot of lumber. forming a coiiihiuation to Over an acre of ground went in at one delegation to the Chicai XET the city until morning niAihc R. B. BRH7ASD. sj I 5 Lredferd ht&Xrmi2ifli5 l -- & Rger5WANT TO SUM, YOl. - t importance that several Governors will cull extra sessions of the Legislature, immediately following the Conference ol Governors at St. Louis. MK. BRYAN'S IIIKA. time. This ollico gets what, purlin, no other othco in West Tennessee can claim for itself all the patronage that the ulllin ot UiU lUtli can give II .sill II jus printiup note Heads. dejM)sit slips, note-- , and hlanks of all kinds Lake Co Press. Sco Buchanan's Cost ventinu from ICeniticky it of Carlisle for Prcsid'ii for the Senate, instead burn, mill to have-tlicon ,,0P KoIJ standard reso no sain iiocooi mere' com! ination for the com Kenton county in local n flail e hi We are still otfernig M)ine rare Iwirgauis in the Fiirnitnri' line, consut-luof I S; iltT- - a- HALIiTKKES BED ROOM VM SETS. EXTEN- T Z -- M u.ryxzs-HT- ff k Mr. Bryan, in his speech before of the Commercial Hotel, succeeding the popular favorite, Mr. M. Aniherg. Mr. Horace Uettersworth is clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves mako popular hotel people, and the Courier wishes thoin prosperity. Tho great success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy in tho treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over tho greater ations chartered In other States part of the civilized world. For sale by from operating in the State, and Cowgill ifc Cowgill. Hickman. Ky and should also have the, right to de- A. M. Shaw, State Line. Dr. K. O. Reid, a prominent citizen stroy any corporation chartered by the State if the peoplo do of Clinton, died suddenly Sunday after!t o'clock of rheumatism of the mantled such action. Congress,: noon at Three children, Kamest, Leland heart. representing the general govern-- and Miss Daisy, aro left to mourn his ment, .Mr Bryan argued, has or loss. Ho was a member of tho dry should have the power to restrict goods llrm of E. O. Reid & Son. and limit the powers of corporaA verv interesting game of base tions organized and chartered in ball was played at Kirk's Park. Saturone State to do business in other day evening, hutween tho Rice ifc Nay the States, oven to the point of pro lor club of this city, andgame (Jraves closed School House club. The hibition. at the end of the sixth inning, the score standing, Hickman i'i. Graves 8 IJEWKY'S ItEHUKK TO .MIMTAItV On the first day of next June census enumerators in the various districts ism. assigned to them will start forth to to acquire count the population In a lato interview Admiral such other information andCongress h.is as Dewey was asked about his ru decreed shall be a part of the t lfth mored candidacy for president, decennial census of the United Stalls Oonferenoe, defined more clearly his plan for roguhit-ins- , controlling and, when necessary, wiping out ''trusts." coinhi nations and monopolies, lie ar gued that both the general government and State governments should hare concurrent romedies; that a State Legislature should have the right to forbid corpor- the Trust prices on Duck and Straw Hats. Mr. A M0Mi:itm. (IKK Of Diarrhoea. KM SION TABLES Chairs. Upholstered goods. Arc Come and lake advantage of tlds sale at om-D- i SiiWtEvra. LlVl -- A PUO.MIXKNT YIIth'IMA J. B. Reeves has taken charge Had Almost (Jiviii Up. but It iarrhoea Roinedv head His K.lltorlal. I rJflrfcU JSStoftvTlfr.. pl - ilGROCERIES. . , narawaro. c rr ( Frcsli Meats, uueenswaro. CV....-..I- . iYOJR llay, ().itN Bran, I.iuie, niI1i Brought Back to Perfect lb Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ui'l DOOR.. Stephens & Smith. From the Times, Hillstilie V. suffered with diarrhoea for i long time and thought I was oast li'i.' cur ed. I had spent much tune an money anil suttereu s, mueli misery tint l hint almost dlKided to give up all h'is of recovery and await the result. Imt untieing the advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrh 4 Rum-edand also soino testiinoniil. how some wonderful cures Imd been wrought by this remedy, I decided to tn a After taking a few docs I was atirely well of that trouble, and I wih o say further to my readers ami tellow sufferers that I am a hearty man toil iv and feel as well as I ever did in in life. O. II. MooitK Sold hv Cowgill, l Cov gill, Hickia.ni. ami A M Shaw State Line, Druggists I y . v PRICES WILL PLEASE YOTT. CUe Season for WHEAT DRILLS OUR MEN'S and said: enough Admiral, but I mn convinced that I haye not studied political questions and political meih ods enough to make a HtitiNtactoty president of tun United States. The nation has given me a position r am competent to (ill, and I mn not looking for another joii. If I wero out of work I might be tempted to look at these things difl'erontly, but as it is I can re gard tlie whole question impartially, and I bolieiotho country should select presidents who are trained and experienced in the science of civil government rather than to take a man from th army or navy." In all his splendid service to the country Dewey has done nothing better than give utterance to these sentiments that read like Washington's farewell And rightly considered nddreGs. it is equally as strong a rebuke to jtaporialleiir business. Forty years of service in the navy may develop "I nut too old to learn a new 400 Mens and Hoys custom-mad- e Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. Rev. Irl Hieks, who can pioh a hole into the veil of the future and till us what kind of weather we're going to have, was a little off in his prognosti cations la.st Friday. He said cooler weather was coming, and it did come: ed with a cyclone, and missed it. tthU !& irfTiTjl ipTl ' is now here, ami wo have a 1 mithesaidwewereolngto that's be aflliet- where he CiirniollinrT s S- UOOOS ;n vn i MOCK -- and IIOOSlKIl urge slock of KFXir-Khe .sold. U, a large assnuuD nt ol G-IRLjAJDIO DIMhLS on linml llml iihiM KLIC-KC n.Ml'I.KTI Many merchants would bo better patrons of newspapers if they bolter understood the task of preparing their anTo meet this want nouncements the Ad Supply Co., whoso ad occupies tho fourth page, is especially designed. Its work is oarolully done, only the best specimens being taken from thousands of daily and weekly newspapers. irxniiinvitAi:, UUStlitlY, COI.I.AIIS, CUFFS, that we will sell at a Big Diseoiiut from Wo mean just what we say. Call ami mo us ' $." 00 to .?7.o) ou the Muggy. EUGrGrIID.S &, CO., Siicccsmns to Siintlers tV IIAXHh'MKlllM'S, MJsniiXDIillS, &zzssz. 33. r.SBVES Hh Mccvch. The military drill advertised by tho Columbus fair promoters will bo a very Latest attractive feature. Tho soldiers who will participate have seen from 0 to I'i months' actual service ill Uncle Sam's army, and will be commanded by an exnort commander, so over.vno.lv will Goons have a chance to see tho dilllcult ma-uouvers of a lot of trained men. Co ImiibiiH Critic, CASH 1 UI.QVKS, XlK.'KWEAIl. Linen Collars, Hie Styles in Neckwear received every week Dlt. S. K. DAVIDSON' . e,Q CMloo V. REMLEY, . IlliT. DR. W. II. BBIGHT, Sfc. Xoxi"tisi"t. HIOICMAN, KKNTUOKY Attorney-at-Law- upatulrH. Holoombo Build- KKN..UCKY. t PHYSICIAN. (Iolcombe Buihlingt :.!iiii3&jia!jlflrs, Olllce SHOE STORE, HICKMAN, Ofllee over WIIsoii'h Book Store, ovor Oowgill & Oowgill'e Drutf HtortL WU1 pmutlqo iirull CourtMif tho Stuo HIOSMAN, KBNTUOK" K, -- -r ' ,n W Ht? ' :. THE HICKMAN COURIER, (leorge Warren. HICKMAN, FRIDAY, ICY., SEPT. aa, IbOil iV'V'tl' 5 ARRIVING DAILY!' THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK Want More Pensions. II.VIH-- SOAKED. $ Local and Personal. Fcrd Hcroinles was in Ftiltou last wcuk. Ed Hyjiuui, of Cayco was in town .Suiiility. Lock Hrovurd was down from Fill ton this week. Mi-h- . Otto llertwcoU is visiting In Union Oitv. Urn .1. II. Ktoves wiw visiting Cay-co- , this week. Walter Henderson is out or town buying cat i lo. gjtT" licit values in So lit Mil Shoe at UltBiV NaYLOIi'S. -- Milt Horace Luton of Fulton, Ik tint guest of Mrs. Kuiullt'. Hugh I'M l'ratlitr, from near Jordan, was licit) Tuesday. .Mr Arthur Johnson, of Cayct', spent Sunday in Hickman. Att'y Locky Donaldson, of Tipton-villi- , was in town Tuesday Fresh Oysters served in any stylo ut tliu now Uiiv Htkury. t Mrs li. O Stublninl MisSola it triciitltt ii .u.i.tiulu l.isi uitk. Paul ami Woodford Shaw sM'iit Moco,-- Hickman county. biiuiuy -- To. n Nikhioii sptfiil sover.d days of liiM Wl'l' 111 I'llltull. till) ,IH nl Ol Ills btiulicr. -- Mix. Haskell, thn elocutionist, at City Hall. uut. Otli. Duur tliu time in OF The peiiHiun Ooininltteo of I ho Oriuid Artnv of tliu Kepulilic, in Ni'HHion nt 1'liilmleliiiiln liiHt week, repoiled a reHHoliiiion favorini; the of n rule, which iniikt'H it Ichh (liilicult to I'dtnblish pellHlOII cIhiiiih. It is (Htimutod Hint thin rcNoltilion' would, if complied with, mill uhout $00,000,000 ;yeirlyto the coat of pensions, Vp are now pnyinp out the enor-motiBum of $150,000 000 per yoar t j MIT (MMIHiOIIH. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, j LADIES1 SUITS, WRAPS, Etc., EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN. I i; nil ii red Death's Only a roaring tiro enabled J. M. Oar-re- t twin, of Som Antonia, Tex., to lio hy Ahtlnna, from down when attn'-Lewhieli ho Hiilrered lor years Ho writ en his misery was often so K'it that it seemed that ho sutl'ered tlio apmies of deatii, hut Dr. Kind's Now Dicovery for Conuiiinption wholly eured him. This marvelous medicine is tho only known cure for Athma as well as Con- sunuitiou. Coughs and Colds, and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Prico r(k' and $1.00. Guaranteed. Trial bottles freo at all Drug Stores1 8t ftw weeks iho Wiinlii ' Sohool Hook ijtien(ion bus become ery impoitHtiV fiictor id the a ciimpnicii. The DemorrBtlr pa pern and speakers over the fltate luivo oprneil the eyes of the vo t rs us to the robbery beinc per petriiteil h.y the Book Trust, hikI upheld by the Repobllran platform In It ft denunciation of Hill. The leaders of the lit publican party lmu become iilarined nt the situation and Hr tiRfng every means puuHible to cheek the rising indignation of the people; but it can't be checked ; the voters liuve seen the facts in the case, and ate deter tnined to crtih at the polls a par ty that lias the brazen effrontery to declare in favor of the Book trust and upmost the education of the poor man's child. Mark our words, this one question will be worth 10000 votes to the Demo cratic ticket this year. Lwhigston Biinnfcr. ttf i (lit-Chin- n ski: tir this spack nut low pricks mat wkkk !$ Yes! We Struck The To Buy Our Medium Lines MAP.K1.T HighN vis-li- , BALTZER & DODDS. ' tntuii. f Buy your School Sluxw at Kin iV iNaylor'n. MwMn. Drown ami J. C Urowdcr were tlo .mi from Pulton Tuesday, on bllslllOM. .Mr. L .!; I'lllttlll V 4MJICI ViyV 30'S!-;. V. VVVWV WITHTlie ' THE BIG w.H in tlm city tills wet) Uhloago. Leslie Fortune, of Memphis, It, curouto to Calks of OiTcrlm; a Nen One to Fulton t'oii nly. CONTEST DRAWN. Bnnery of Woman tkztEurA School Fall and -- Winter SHOES. Was grandly shown by Mrs John Dowllug ot Duller. P.i . in a three years struggle with a malignant Momuch Ijj UarHian llNglies, Ltithsr Little and Joint liell. of Union Ulty, sjioiit Sunday In the city. Polk Head, a former ty" on tlm Courier, is holding ease on tliu Patlu-imi- i Ht'gbiter Oysters and Celery r eel ul dally at tlieUity Hakury. Mr. and Mrs H.irvoy House of were tliu guests of Miss Ca" , Fnh GrUU-hllold- lvuartiy Mii. tliit week. ww t I, P. KllUouaiid children sjM'iit week upirtof theI 'uViM with Dr. Luton's f.iitiltt in ur '" "' Mr SjlvesnrHugiin. of Spring Hill, Hickman iniintr. wan Intheelty Mm day. Mitiug his mother Mii Hi'iibih MixighiT Itsiies this Week to attend tha Slato inwltlig of llm W. J. T. U's nt OwkiwIkihi liny your Slums at Hlee A: Nay-lo- r n K.iiuU Shoe Store. MtwMM Hi iiii WatMtti and Blanche Oumi i. pui t Sal unlay night ami Sun l Nstturvi', at t'ayce. imv with Mrs Mrs Klla HemlepHi, left Thunt-tblXi-u- of lilbl Ia-- v WtH'k (ill to Unit friends at I. mora. Ark Mr (itsirge Itartleit will leave tomorrow uiidil for Knowille, Teini . and will n uImciiI foi'M'eral davs next v (lie uteallliT ticur-gi- of naiiw'a ami indigestion All remedies failed to relieve her until sho tried From Fulton Lender Klet'trio Dittters. After taking it two Corerimieiil. The people of Full on county mouths sho wrote: "I am now wholly will tie caiicd on at the November cured and can eat anything. It Ls truly The Snul. Weekly American bpi the tonic for election tn vote a tax of $li0()()() i inliilur ncn of lliuie MiilHcrlbc'rii wliobire a grand in weight the whole system as I gained i.nd feel much strongfor tli erection of a new couit tiutereJ the "Hit; Conlfii," b'f,'iiiiiliii'Julj er since using it." It aids digestion, house at llloklliall the old lillllil Jtlli. lost, for n Hlnieim-n- l of an thUr- - cures dyspepsia. improves appetite gives nev lire. Unlv fiOc. Uuar ' s log iieiiii; ,.(ir,.lv Hiiitletjtia'c anil ruling liiiiiilon which hut unexpcuJIv anteed at all Drug Stores. ,irNfUh out of date. In fact, it linn been The Untte.l SiuKk l'nelollicc l' eoiideinued as uiiHiife. ineni nt Wtisiniii;ioii hut dreltretj Tor lCiu(. The people of Knltonate unii Imvc foiiuii, nflur From lUli .leeWl ', furiimt cnilenvoiV A nice, desinible house, situilerlni: If it would not be a good j ,10 ,,o.i.iblr uppctl. We pui q ated on Carroll street, convenient to llllug i"r them ill offer nil eoillilX lilmi III die dml of fniili iiurefi Apply at tiiMUtM portion ot town. il of intruding new the courthouse free in onlei to H. L. DODDS, once to aliglitret intention of tlitlllfi them tn brim tlic ennri- without tlie - i or J D Hkkvks. . I.., uu 'iniieim .i. inns oi .i imuui I... .. w H llll',l II Iimiu.. li..r.. "'I'inr III, .n I r III,-. - llA , :.. .......it. ,UH uutrriiiiiiiiit linn uie I llio o Imik-.iip , Niilc ICunl. m leiinteK ,. iii men oeuiii , 0 eliolet but lo ob.y a iwiiiiiuiiri viiii in iiiovii tlie ur rrnileri will rrmllly sppreeialt Powell warehouse and vacant lot iiiir mirupt irrmlnntlon ot the coot eourl hoiiHe. alongside. Fow plows at half price. Y. Y. .Memlow'H nii.xh Ih tliinkN llli" nfirin flnnticlitl Iosh inioti Uin warehouse ami gin outfit complete. In ran ml hi $10,000 within ueek K'llirr "I'll inii'iiie iorlmgrin, but Iflj Corn Cru-lie- r, lino t'orn Shelter. Fence no i riurirM uur tiuijr oeioro 11 for n now I'oiirt Iimiii Loom. Warehouse Scutes, all in runnt tn olirilieure lo the conniiRiiJ , ning onler Money making business (liiirrmnrDt nntiuiincc tbnl tlie ''Ilii never failed to make money m gin bus w''tlrawn mil willJ Most desinible lot in West Hickmess 11 II I IJ iiieiillonril iiiThIm In lliop coliiinin man, old null corner Fine large lire lll niMI IIMKIV .IMIIR ami burglar proof safe N..I..I v, ,.,, . i sin Powfli. iV Dlto 1 Closed Abrupt Ij and I'liexprrtrill) Order of Hie United States trouble that cuuwd distressing attacks WD HAVE gathered together so niuuy Cheap and Medium Shoos for Little Folks, that it is easy to select just what you want, and wo make tlie prices so low that they are easy to pay. OUR FALL STOCK - al Shoes - IS NOW HLADY FOR YOU. ' l'l. House ,b tut-tho- ub-cr- YOU nro not looking for 1.00 or 45.00 Ladies and Misses Shoes, wlien yon can buy hero tho same Shoes for ..,,., For or $3.00 to $3.50. THESE are tho best makes, in Vici Kid, Dox Calf, Calf aud Kid Lined. Every pair warranted to lit and wear. ALL our School Shoes aro Sewed Free if they Rip. Now ici'Miii'tniwii- ''', '"''"" lllllltll" e,BICE&PYLOB. ! I X ?l 1 iiimi io uiiv a nsiir oi' colohratcd Hrown 1 1 M IIIKI) eek i Ira initl Ivl Morri ami Peck, thn'i' Hipularyouui; men of .Mltltlell, Mo are gllenls of Mrs. J M. Ha vi Your For. Witting. gjgT (Jet .your eyes testetl at the old V. It.TiiliulVrro. Kelifilile fits-- ou.lohuMinVUpthalmi'ter the tliuwt in town. or .Memphis, will U- at Mr T T Dyersburg (i.ixcttir Little Lirriu 'IVniiey is at home after a fix weeks' Swayne's ilrug Stoic, fur a week or ten vWt to her aunt. Mrs. WiNoii, at Hick-ma- lavs, niul during his slav in Hickman Ivy ho will test and adiiiht gl.issc ui thoc Columbus Critic: Henry Kniuley, who are In nci d of tlnini. Mr Talia6( Hickman. Witt a visitor at his motli-vr'- ferro is a grtduale of the MctJormlk of Chicago. Ills . home, uwir this oily, Sunday and Ujitical Slt sl Mnml.iy. and isa thoniugh 0)iieiau and refnic lioniht. Tins is a rare Messrs Fiiiloy T. Handle, Hobblo the people of Hiekmaii. opportunity for .1. Young left Sunday llubn ami J night on the hteamer City of Memphis t A iiuiideii fair, w to St. Louts. for a hair, came tripping down the street; with 'I ho Columbus Fair w ill take place face M'rene her geo Wednesday anil Thursday, Supt. U7tli but she was sweetage sixteenbanana will. ' (Jn a and '.'sib. under ilu in.iiiaynnmt of the she came down iiuick. with a jolt slick that Columbus l'n r AKMstiatiou shook her curls; but the wonlsshe ueil . for sho's one of our Hlug up I'll when von want must 1m Vr fresh (tolls, Dread, Fruits, Nuts and nicest girls. tl. Candies. A cold winter is predicted from a Miss Linda Hiuuicker was called to Martin, Sat unlay night to the IkmIsIiIo number of signs, such as an uiiiisuiillv ot her friend. Miss Kilua Mcyir, who Is heavy fur to lie fouiitl on wild animals, an unusually heuvv corn sliuck, the Miy low wuli typhoid feicr. early mii;nilioit of bird-- etc. The coining of the flril friwt, like tho coming of is a coin winter, is also told by nue sign and another For instance, the Union- town telegram claims that a fnM is Dyersburg (i.i.elte: MUs llatiie near at baud because thous mils of have been olticncd crossing the WiNoii, of Hu km. in, a poiiul.ir (eacher iu the city schools at P.iiliu ill. Ky is Ohio rivi r at that place and tlyiny in a Southerly direction. Tho 'lelegrain veiling her toiisiu, Mrs. Kule 'feiiney, claims this to be an lufillible ign. Milat this place. lions of martins making their home - The big excursion fiom Hiekmaii during IhcNtimmcr mouths, left onhere the ami way isnuts to Nashville is fixed for night of the lild of August autl went Thursday, Sept a'Stli The price from South, and according to the sign instead Hlckiii.tu, State Line, Woodland Mills, of getting cooler we have had since that Tram leaves time the hottest weather of tho year or Union City, is fits)Hickman at 7: 110 a m. Mrs. Lou Harper and son, Tyler, left on tho steamer Memphis. Sunday night, for St Loin. Mrs Harper will ho iiIkiciii wiiiio days studying the latest styles, having the advantai of all the latest importation. Her uuitoiunrs ami MtK-r- v ri at Buchanan's. Shoes. All i"o at cost IJ.VVTTKMHID. I . lvi'Huri'I - n - vb-i- itliMiu-kisnc- d ! I oxcu-iitl- , Buchanan closing , out at Cost. wootl-pecker- s tliscov etlng an iibomiiiahle odor, he begun fot the cause. He found under the house the Powoll Blook, Clinton St body of a white man in a terrible lUfing purclii'iil the (irocerv Stock of state of decomposition. Die de l ile"f d ceased, as well as could lie judg- J J nil llonilurint, wroiilil In'Tre'li floodto hif ol'l friMnl ed, was some l.r ot .'10 . ears of ago, niul Choice ll.irgniu io c ill and hud been dead several weeks. I)r II Butler. County Phi tlnnkN the man's death won 3 primarily due to tlu.x. The lnd when found was clad only in it r.VKUVTIIIMJ is shin, the other weiirlui.' apparel being found upshots. Beside the bodj was found half of a green Nice aud Clean, rtuuipkin, the oilier hnlf having Fresh and Cold I been eaten by the deceased. l weeks ago Or. Butler was culled lo oee a man who was lyini' sick in a thicket not fur linm the lioiine whete the body wa fouiitl, but when he got theio tue mini was gone and It Is supposed to be tlie same found li .Jimmy Moss. A I.I. IM.M Oils, The poor fellow, who was deltri-ou- s with fever, in seeking a cool COCO-COLA- , place, crawled tinder the house KliULTNHCTAIi, anil died from starvation and lack of attention, IMIOSIMIATHS, sea-chtn1 -- The farm near Hickman, known as the ii. W Powell place, near Dyersburg sale 100 acres 51 One day last week, .)innn Mohk, road, is offered Are cleared, very good houses, son of Ur. W. G. .Moss, living Juki For further information, apply to tti:o W.uuu:. outside ol the corporate limits of Union City, went down to an old unoccupied house on the place to see about storing Home pens, ami uriiesiiine muu aeur liilon tv. Fiiriit for Kalr. tr , Bread 4 GOOD sSS 0. E. EAKER, IS THE STAFF OF LIFE AND TO OKT . . . General Grocer, FRESH BREADS i OO TO THE New Gily Mm. ESS Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! UKAIMjUAHTEItH VOll Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Sev-er.i- AFRESH OYSTERS and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY ! ! Ssda Water, IOKS, Fresh Oysters served in any style, and at all hours. Telephone Come See Us 90. 3STew City Bakery. DEALER IN A Mord lo Mothers, - Supply your wants Great- at Hickman's tint pulilio may expect e hclee-tious- . est Store. Everything I'rolraiicil Meeting at .Moscow . Over St) years experience in i pairing lino watcnes and clocks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money lol'unded H. W. Duck. -- Lt. Maxwell, of the loth Hog. U. S. Vol , recniitlng olllcer, was in Hickman, Sunday unit Holiday Seven of our young men enlisted ami lett with him Monday night. Hob Weiilherly, Hugo Fisher Fetho, Sam Fields, John and a fow otheis whoso n a m o s wc fallut to get Soyural were exttiiuueil im going at cost. Mothers of children atVected croup or a severe cold need not hesitate mid M3.MONADB. to administer Chamberlain's Cough Heinedy ALL AS It contains no opiate nor narcotic in any form and may be given us cnnlldeiitly to the babe as to an adult. COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, The great succes.-- that has attended Its use in the treatment of colds and croup has won for it tne approval ami praise A Kit KM II SUPPLY OF it has received throughout the United States and in lnaiiy foreign lands For , sub hy Cowgill Aj Hi. kuiaii, ami A. M Shaw, State Line, Druggists. WUHWM in .!, iiMiwm , Cow-gill- with GItUSUtil) FRUITS I i o W. R. WEBSTER, M - ..iTWIV AND I1IMIL WHISKIES, SOLR AGENT KOK "STANDAHD" Lincoln County. un rujuutk'd. To our old friends ami customers, vvo wish to iiniioiinco that we have bought Moscow, Ivy , Sept. 1(1, ISII'.I. the largo stock of Implements, Huggies, Udltnr Courier: Harness, ifco . previously owned by San- Please aiiuouuco that our protracted den A; Heoves, and wo propose to iiiako meeting will begin at .Moscow, in tho this stock second to none of the Mud in Methodist Church, on the lirst Sunday tlib end of the State. Call mid see us in October. Huv. L. L. Pickett will as- and satisfy yourself that vvo mean to sist in the meeting. A cordial invita- sell goods and sell thoni cheaper thuu tion ls extended to all who can attend, over before, K, II, SrKWAHT. Ptwtor, J$,H,tEKVJ$g&CQ, NO T C E! I Chocolatas, - I'eabody Oluli. UNION OIl'Y, TENN. (Tin: ki.m.ni- rv.Miv juihJ) ! Received Every Week FI3I J SPECIAL OFFER 1 -H- Duak Silt: I inn enabled to sell, mid hereby I EXPRESS PREPAID. WHISKEY, for propose to Blnp on approval, iu plain Hoxes. with no marks to In diciitc eonteiits. When you roceive it and tent It, if it is not ealiefuo-toreturn it nt my expense autl I will refund you $3.00. This ib a moBt liberttl offer and I nwuij your orUerB. Yours very truly, W, B, WSBfcWBB, uuni is of OLL-WOOI)" $.00, ofler you, four rail Seven yenr old, Double Distilled. RYE XmUUCUKlTH. .H t L JoMil JL jAjuSSSktc21 -- .),r.nillEIl. AMtiJs fatoa'-- 'f J& t frt -- J...; HANNA REBUKES AMERICAN PARAMOUNT ISSUES. Vr vy INTERESTING STATE NEWS. aj)Saa-;M-M93-S9MM-3-3599S$rr The Ohio lloaa Una nil l'MnntiTliil Knil of K c (lit- - V.x- - ll,nl)lll Ullallll-K- . to tht ImprrlnlUtu nml Trutla Will II Ilia l'orrliioxl (lueatlnna of the ril CnutpnlKn. There can be little doubt that among tlu paramount Issues of the campaign in t year will be the quest ions of trusts, I V, ILLICIT STILL CONFISCATED. UrC'l Milner Cnjiturril nml l)rrlnr1'alt-i:ich- BANK STOCK. He - tu Mill Not 1'fiirlion Ilia Mill Citureit In six Months, The llntdera .Mutt I'ajr the 1i the Same at Other I'ertonnl l'roperly. ijti Male Auditor Mone. 17. Under a Lofisvn.t.K. Ky., t. recent decision of the courts it has S.-p- llAitnmMivti.LK Ky., Sept. 10. rs Anderson, of this place, and Isbcll, of 1'ineville. Ky., assisted by William anil George 11 inkle, cut up a large Illicit distillery Thursday morning on Disappointment creek, near the line between Knox and Clay counties, and destroyed over 500 gallons of beer, four bushels of in.lit nnd tire gallons of whisky. They cap- turcd James Philips at the distillery, they also found a large quantity of meal. Philips was taken to I'inevillc Thursday afternoon. He says that he will refuse to testify in his own behalf, because, in so doing, he might have to Philips says: implicate other parties. "I will die before 1 will give anybody away." This is the eighth distillery Anderson has cut up near the same place in the last six months. SOL AND JAMES ' I been held that national banks could not be ta.ed as banks, but it is held that stock in the banks in the hands ol private persons may be taxed as othei personal property ista.xed. It is known now thnt it is the purpose of Auditor Stone to insist on this tax on stock in national banks, and steps will shortly be taken to enforce the collection by due orocess of lnw. In other states the banks have thought it best to pay fot the stockholders as a matter of accommodation to the state and to the stockholder. No arrangement of the kind has been trihile in Kentucky, but Auditor htone has said that if the banks would noi pay the ta.es he would see that the individual stockholders did. DIED OF HEART DISEASE Mra. J. C. S. GRIFFIN. for Truopt Sheriff of I..url Count to Inke the Inn rrutlltt t roin Luu- lun li Cl.r t nun. j, Kentucky. .k Smulci-- , Kinlreit .it Iter Home In VrrmllU-.- . .lent 110. lllucilturii. Wife or the V.X- - London, Ky., Sent. H. The Laurel county sheriff, Mellargus, and Judge Drown went to Frankfort to ask Gov. Dradlcy cither to send troop or Lave the slate pay for 50 deputies to take the two feudists, Sot and James Gritlin, to Clay county, where they must be delivered. They tire in jail here and the authorities fear that on the journey they will be ami.ushed by one faction or rescued by another. The exodus from Clay county continues. No more killings have been reported up to Tuesday night. The reported killing of four men on Red Bird creek is not confirmed. Tim Dougla.i Mukr. 17. The nominations for the Douglass stake of Sj.000 for 2:12 trotters, the event of the fall trotting meet, have bjen announced. The race is on the card for September 20, the second day of the meeting. This year's cntr.es are Hum. bolt Maid. Sarah S., Charley llerr, Peter the Great, Lord Vincent, Who Is It. Copclind, Donnatella, Tudor Chimes, Prince of India and Dr. Sur-po- l, Ky., sept. 1;. Mrs. J. lilackburn. wife f tiie died here of heart disease Sunday Mr. lilackburn left night, aged GO. home a few days ago. his wife' health He was showing good improvement. on his way home from the cast when At her bedside Mrs. lilackburn died. were all of her children except one daughter, the wife of Col. Win. P. Hall, U. S. A., who is ill in Wasning-ton- . Mrs. lilackburn was the danglucr of the late Dr. Chris C. Graham, a noted Kcntuckian and r. centenarian. C. S. Vkkailli:s. Hon. Jjllld II. i:utl" 1'uneral Louisville, Ky.. Sept. lt K" P Lol'Isvh.lk, Ky., Sept. 14. The remains of Hon. James It. Kustis, formoi ambassador to France were laid tc rest in Cave Hill Wednesday beside hii wife. The body arrived here from New York, accompanied by James It. m. It. Eustus a Eustus, jr. and nephew of the deceased. The remains were taken to the emetery immediately after their arrival here. Uriel funeral services were held at the grave by Rev. George Grant Smith, of Trinity Episcopal church. The Hank Will Liquidate. Leek. ItallroiKl .iirorporatrd. 18. Organiza tion articles have filed in the of fice of the state railroad commission here by the Kentucky Western Railway Co. It has S100.003 stock and proposes to erect a line from lllaek.rd to Dixon, in Webster county, a distance he incorporators are of 17 miles. Morton Thayer, of Kansas City: L. II. "Wheatcraft and F. A. Siefort, of St. Louis. The TroojM to lie Used. Loxnox, Ky., Sept. 15. The officials of Clay county have refused to assist those of Laurel county in the safe delivery of the two Griffins in jail here. Two companies of statu troops have been notified to be in readiness to go to Clay county within two days, as Gov. Uradley will probably order them to take the Gritlins to Manchester and remain there during the examining trial set for Friday. b.-e-n 1 Franfokt, Ky., Sept. f Kunaway GlrU Held. Lexinoton, Ky., Sept. 15. Mollie c, 4 y Durbiu, aged 15, and Mary Luns.'ord, aged IS. who came here from Wagons-villEstill county, have been arrested mid turned over to the House of Mercy until their parent can come for them. They ran awiy with two boys from the same town. ilcfutrd n 1'nrdotL 1'RANKroRT, Ky.. Sept. 17. Gor. Dradlcy has refused to pardon Convict Samuel Kent, Covington, serving allfe sentence under the habitual criminal net. Pardon was nsked on account of old age and ill health and a petition for clemency was presented by W. McD. Shaw, of Covington. Murder on lied lllrd Creak. MiDDi.Esnouo, Ky., Sept. 10. Charles Stout killed Percy Marks on Red Hird creek,. Letdher county. Wednesday. The men were neighbors and good friends until recently, when they had a falling out over Marks' cow, which got into Stout's corn. Stout was captured by officers after a brisk fight Jumped Into a Vf elL. Mrs. J. M. Ross, aged 22, of Cannonsburg, committed suicide, Friday morning by jumping into a well. She made a sim17. Ashland, Ky., Sept. ilar attempt Thursday. child some weeks ago. Fiunkpokt, She lost a Working for a Lawyer's i'ardon. Ky., Sept. 15. E. K. Wilson, the London lawyer, under Indictment in Laurel county, charged with performing a criminal operation on Mary Cloyd, who died from that cause, is making a strong effort to obtain a pardon. Count. London, Ky Sept. 15. The Laurel o unty coal mines were shut down Wednesday by a strikeon 1,200 miners. The miners and operators arc apart on the quvbVlon of wages. l .Miners Strlko .'.ixurol President James A. Leech said Tuesday that he had made application to the controller of the currency for his consent to the liquidation of the a Hairs of the City M'KINLEY'S WAR. national bank. The bank was organ1S05, has a capital of 5200,000 ized in An L'nhol) Strlfr .MKiinllard Throughout li) llliindera mid and a large line of deposits. Its affair llloodahed. are said to be in such shape that the depositors will be paid at once and Suppose thut any body a year ago had something will be left for the stock- proposed as the deliberate policy of Unholder. united States that wc should send The Governor lfn 1'retent. to 75,000 troops to the Philippines Lexington, Ky.. Sept. 14. Tuesday and llghtthe natives to the death? Supwas Governor's day in the camp of the pose that any man had laid such a pro2d Kentucky regiment state guards. posal before congress? Would It not with hooting? Gov. Dradlcy spent the afternoon in have been rejected camp and reviewed Jhe boys. Tuesday Would not any political leader urging night the queen's salute was fired. A it have been thought mad? Why, then, Wednesday camp are wc now asked to consent in silence dance followed. will be broken and the companies will to a policy which the whole country a twelvemonth since would have thought goto their homes. monstrous? Nothing has really happened to make us change our mind Hurled III Alhet. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 14. The anhet about the abhorrent nature of the work our troops are set to do In the Philipof Thomas Ilcwson. a former Lexingpines. Even Gov. Rooseclt must be ton citizen, were buried here Tuesday. having inward qualms, for he exclaimed Hewson died in St. Louis on August the other day: "Woe to the man who IS, and in accordance with his request, makes this nation an oppressor!" liut his body was cremated and sent to his he und nil the other knucklcrs-dowto niece, Mrs. Matttc Elmore, here for MeKinley are saying that, distasteful ns the business is, we hac put our hands burial. to It und must finish it. This is the The tat ffm Killed. devil's own argument. Having begun Richmond, Ky., Sept. 1C The resi- with blunders and bloodshed, we must dence of Sherman Cotton, near go on in that way to the bitter end. was struck by lightning dur- What, have we put our hand to the A little child and plow, and shall we look back? Dut if ing a thunderstorm. a cat were lying side by side on a our hand had no business on that plow porch. The cat was killed by the bolt, the sooner we take it olT the better. Almost everybody admits many but the child was unhurt. arc admitting that the llazor 1,'aeil With Serlom Kflec. fighting with the Filipinos wasiiiinec-czsarLaxcastkr, Ky., Sept. 14. During a that our relations with them fight near here Tom Dixey were shockingly mismanaged. Dut slashed Nancy Simms several times must w ego on heaping mismanagement with a razor. Dixey was arrested. on mismanagement? For our part, we Doth arc colored. The wounded woman assert that there 13 no reason for regarding a war of conquest in the will recover. Philippines any diiTerently from the . Death of John A. way we should hne regarded It a year Louisvili.k, Ky., Sept. 18. John A. ago; and if II was a duty then to avert Haldeman, business manager of tho war by peaceful negotiations it Is a Times, a son of W. N. Haldeman, pres- duty now to stop It in the same way. ident of the. Courier Journal Company, How long Is the country to be sacridied at his homo in this city after a ficed on the altar of Mr. McKinlcy's silly pride of consistency? N. Y. Post. llugering Illness. otcrs ecry- The democratic Kgueri Mat Nominated. where feel that, while the silicr Fulton, Ky., Sept. 11. Lee Egbert is as important as hit and will it was nominated at Clinton Tuesday talulthlmportnncc longer than any othon the 10th ballot for the legislature er issue now before the public, It is not by the democrats of Fulton and Hick- necessary to subject It to elaborate especially when there Is anman counties. other question allVcting the very inCoal Company'! Flrat Accident. stitutions of the republic itself which IlAiiiiouitviLLK. Ky.. Sept. 17. The needs to be examined into and dissectEast Jellico Coal company met with ed. There is n very strong feeling In the .lumen public mind that the republican policy ihc'ir first serious accident. Meeks, in bringing out a coal cur, fill in the Philippines needs to be chaland was run out. sustaining serious lenged. And this Is precisely hat will injuries, from which it is thought ho happen not because the silicr issue has losr one Iota of Its importance, but ' will die. because the republican scheme to make Victim Reported lie. the flag of tlu republic mean one thing Wkst Lhikrtv, Ky., Sept. 17. Doone at home and another w hen It waves oer Henry Thursday evening shot a mini an nll'ii people demands the Instant atof the immk of Kmsiok, who resides tention of those who liclloic In demonear Hazel Green. It is reported that cratic Institutions. Atlautu Constitution he is now dying. 14. 50,-00- 0 Louisville, Ky., Sept. Senator Mark lliiuiiu, of Ohio, who runs the rcpublicnii party on n utrlctly nyndleinte basis, Is not In sympathy with those Americana who deplore the of American principles thnt will be necessary If the imperialist idea is s to prewitl. He clmrneterizcH the of these peri,uns ns "rot." To Murk llnniiii nil idcitn nre "rof thut me not founded on the love o iiione.v nml the desire and determination to iieeiimuhite iiioncy. it is not in the iiinntoeiimpreheiid the meaning of eticli thing ns patriotism or tiiiscltlsh devotion to high ideals or a fall li fulness to the right for right's sake. At the end of every vista of life that opens to his view is the dollar or the power conferred by the dollar. It was as the representative of money not principle or party that lliiiinn took charge of Mr. MeKinley' cum. piiign for the presidency. It was upon a money foundation that he orgunlzed the iiitluenct'H which brought about Mr. MeKinley 'selection, it was with an eye strictly to the inoiiev side of ecry public question that he dictated thc.McKin-l- t policy and directed the .McKlnlcy administration of national ulTairs. To Mark Haniiu there is but one appeal possible from any phase of the d.ity of government what is there in it for the syndicated goernors? iinniin opposed the war with Spain, because to him it seemed absurd thnt the financial chances of war should Ik assumed for such a I'topian idea as that of helping another people to national independence. Tht destruction of t aroused no throb in his bosom beyond that of a businesslike regret that J j.iKXi.WK) should thus havegone up In smoke. Dut now that war lias been followed by victory he sees the spoils of wnr iiikI his soul yenrns for them. He is syndicating Cuba ns he has the I'liited States. If hchnshis way Cuba will not citn now be freed until the syndicates have milked her dry. He bellees in holding the Philippines because there is money in it tht tt rritory N rich nml fertile and the natives work for small wages. Opposition to c..ar..lon is "rot" becatife it would dcprie the syndicates of a big profit coming from the grabbing of other people's land. The time has not yet come for the American people to be led by men like Mnrk La. ma. A faithful adherence to the Monroe doctrine limy seem "rot" to him. but it looks like duty to the American people. Loyalty to the principles laid down by the patriot founders of this goernment is "rot" to Mark Han-nbut it stands for the right to Americans worthy of such a government I'lii' time will soon nrrie when Mark Hnnun must retire from public life and resume in private his chase of the almighty dollar. He has degraded American standards and polluted American politic long enough. St. I.ouls Republic. ruir-rend- pro-test- itnn riullsin and militarism. hut the matter of bimetallism will be 'lulled is not at nil likely, but in- iMeuil of "' isstii, us in 13D0, there will In- mwtii1 of it til importance in l'jnt). ' In discussing this matter, the Pitts- btircli Post, n coiiEcrvatiic and consist- out id niocratie newspaper, well says: "In our Judgment these twin of imperialism and militarism, us prtM uted by the wicked and uncalled-fo1'lolipplne war, constitute the most hiipn incly important question that has cut gone to the American people for their decision, short of the slavery and si'cismou problems determined by the fchil war. 1 belieic they involve the maintenance and perpetuity of the govern- lilt in as li nils uceii iiiiiiucii mm n mine ' nt generation of Americans by the ntlicrnof the republic. McKinlcy's po! fey, .' far as his policy can be guessed current events niu! administrative wt iji'vi lopmeiits. Is fully n perilous to the flitt.it of the republic ae was the secession programme of .lefferfon Davin. "lt is, ns Mr. Drynn 1ms declared, n paramount question, more important, .iiul for the time and until tit ally superseding all others. SHUT may bide its time. It is not n (lend llsue by any means, but the peril of sm and militarism ure prcsent ilsiii t and must lie settled for weal or I Ilrflrrtlnna of a Hnchelor. At 30 marriage is the wine of life; at 40 It a tho mnrniiitf after. A mnn is quiet when he is deitl; ft woman U dciid wlii'ii ulie's rju'et. Every woman it a mirror of her 1kohi friend to her liuihaml nml a mirror of her htifthaml to hrr Imsiun friend. The first pIkfi that n woman in hrsiltnipR to feel hrr age Is when she hunts up nil the baby picturca of her children. Hal a woman's plrauirr In tuiviiie n pretty pair of stockings cheap ji ioi'led hrrnuev he (an never be perfectly ure tliry VTiin't crock. When oti ee a rirl'a eyes look nt If the bad been cryin alio lino crnernllv met with onie Rrrat (jrief, or clue alio lint just had her bath nml couldn't find her silk atan-hiub.-- N. Y. Preas. c rfnt t'p In NunMcnl m, na mnny people know, tlmt. of being reckoned by lioura, l divided From into watrlir of four hour each, four o'clock to nil, nnd lx o'clock to eight, there nre half division, nnntically termed dotf vrntchr. In nil iiiaiiraiicocnn' thecoun-ae- l akrd an old salloi what time of tiny a certain collision occurred, slid received the reply: "About the middle of the lint doc witch." In summing up the cae tho bar-ntrntnrRid upon thn information thin call imagine, genimpattril. as tlemen of the jury, the enre which rxittml on thin occasion, when, na appeals from mii'M the plaintiff' own vvitnriwe.. thi valuable ship and her carco nnd the Uvea of paen-peand new viern intrusted to hat. genwhv, to the mere watch of odogl tlemen -K- nglUh l'nper. At follou-a-"Yor Ior. ques-tlm- i" r "v l l. w'oe w n bin a yeHr." tyn-di.-at- proval of most democrats; even those who are Insistent ns to the silver issue ran find u serious fault with them. 'Event of the Inst three years have moved rapidly. MeKinley Ik engaged in ri moving the old landmarks und the prnilf must be np nml doing If they Lope to rescue the republic from the luiiiiK of impiTi.iliKtic plotters. Tin re is no subtraction to be iiiriIu from the ( hicago platform, but some nlihtion of vital moment nre rendered titeisviry by the trend of the times. Oiioi:r" Democrat. I'l'rrtc virv. will meet with the ap- IMPERIALISM Thr Infniuoii SURE ENOUGH I'lnn of the AdaiinU- - trnllon llrmi riling the Nm I'oxriiiluua. n, n responsibility to any earthly power. the reason why the oommUsIou ts the president to run the w holiness to suit himself is because If to congress it might make the is- s part of the lawful or rather con- tittonal territory of the United tis, and it knows that the president J be trusted to hold the Ulaiid as u cadency and concede no political tits to the inhabitants. 'Jits i the first intimation thnt the n of the administration Is to place to Itlco and the Philippines undei cutive rather than under constiti. nul control. The present congress could be trusted, no doubt, to do as thtpresident recommended in thn but a democratic congress would never suffer such power to be .. ..ged in nny president. It Is for that r. a so n the insular commission rccom nmds, under orders, no doubt, that eorgress be deprived of all right to plslatu for the colonics, leaving them be run by the president without legal restraint or bounds. It Is a very clever to make Imperialism a fact In th. colonies with imperial authority Hutcrcd upon William MeKinley In Hiihlngton. Dut while It Is a clever t nek It Isnlsoa most Infamous one. for if congress is relieved of the right to iMslate for our Island possessions it could he relieved of the right to for the home territories nnd states. Kansas City Times. - 'or toe genuine article of imperial- tin public will have to go to the ion f the insular commission on the tn gi.ii riunent Porto Itlco should e Migg. ts no half way sort of tanbut goes right to the root and vi.cl f aut.icracy. 1 he commission mint nit that the president alone Id tktennine the form of govern- t and appoint all the oilleer with- - s - FAIR FACES Preserved by 1 leg!-la- e - UUCllft It removes the cause of disfiguring eruptionf, lets of hair, and baby blemishes, viz.: The clogged, irritated, inflamed, or sluggish condition of the PORES. CUTI. CURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and most refreshing of No other medicated soap ever comflower odors. be compared with it for preserving, purifypounded is to ing, and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic soap, however expensive, is to be compared with it for all the uses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE namely, TWENTY-FIV- E CENTS PRICE the best skin and complexion soap, and the best toilet and baby soap in the world. COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. Among the first things the sultan of Sulu will do with his SU'.noO will be to buy McKlnlcy buttons for his 300 Columbua Press-Pos- t. Will the geitlcmen responsible f.,r hoisting the fiag over the harem of the sultan of Sulu plensc inform us if it would be n disgraer to haul It down from there? Omaha Worldlleral.l. wives. y; free-for-a- ll to-dn- y Iluldi-mun- pears to have paid $20,u0(i,tiuo for a i holcc collection of harems, polygamy, Insurrecthr.. skives and a ready-inud- e Politically, this would seem to be (plantain Hiif. S" Paul Globe. When some one in the eiowd asks the grinning governor of New York tate a pertinent question, heevades the The present administration i MAP .?. Eli ap- ipiev-tio- n n, 11 practically calling theqiiestlon-i- i drunk. He has done this on two or three occasions, and hiissnown the low older of intellect nnd lack of dignity In possesses. Amsterdam Sentinel. Militarism the disregaril of private interests, the iiifolenec of nuthor-itv- , the tyranny of power, backed by swnrd and bayonet Is the (lunger upon which this republic Is now rushing. And the first step wns taken when thn McKlnlcy administration began to the public from Mh confidence and suppress facts the people had a light to know! Houston (Tex.) Post. The honesty nnd sincerity of the administration arc shown by tho mutilation of a dispatch from Gen. Otis. The war department gave out tht ns follows' "Volunteers willing to remain." I went to the wnrdiiart-men- t and asked for the original, ilnd It read: "Voluntir8 unwilling to willing to remain till transports, arrive.'' Congressman Lenz. cx-c'udis-pnt- ch '"sFAW lt llathc tht affected part tcith HOTvatermul CUTICVHA SOAP to clennso thn ikln anil scalp of crusts anil scales, ami soften thr thickened cuticle. J)ryt without hanl rubbing, and apply UL'TIGL'JIA Ointment freely, to allay itehtny, irritation, and njlamtnution, and soothe and heal, and lastly take CUTICU11A Jli:SOLVKXTto cool and cleanse the blood. Thin sweet and wholesome, treatment all'orils Instant relief, permits rest and e'eep In tho severest forma of civeina and other Itching, burning, nnd nealy r .unions of the skin, scalp, and blood, nnd points to a speedy, permanent, nnd eionoiiilc.il cure when all other remedies and even tho heat phynlcians full :& or. Hoip. tic, OiKTursT, V)c., n. IIiioltiiit fha.tr lp), 50c. Boa T. I'r!y. Ta UirnuKtioiit ll worM. ToTTia Dart. AMD Lhbm. Cokr , Sole i'rona . Hotton. Ulaa. "Ilav ta foilfy, and biauttfjr Ilia kin, Scalp, Ualr, and Uaada," SIlOR EVERY HUMOR Mrt, ualM (m, mi'. ucciitn mo of fiilti'hccd. Thlicon ctltutca a cotiaplriicy RitAlnnt tho Kovcru-Men- ! Revealed In Letter of Associated cnurt-murtl- I will have you trli'd by a cenernl ntiil let you chooru the Wo know from experience with JudKen Prc3s Man at Manila. threat to 'put you off t le lilanrt' that thero wna nothliiK to bo frlithteneil about, and it I to knew that all thn oHIoi-whu would lie won U kt.uw wo told the Km I'M .ttipiirrairil f,,r i,.nr r"lltirl- - on u court-martitruth. IliU I lit" .ilitiliiltrnlliiii"--l'itii"Three hour of pxeeeilliiKly plain talk fur UiiiiiiiI Itiililn of Cur- followed. Tho Koneral did not contrndlcl . our Miitomrnt tlmt tho iurccu of thuci'ii-ortlilrriiiili-nl- you POLICY VI UJji. UJ JO. ,m"l''wlthomeanKei: Oontlcmen.upon ;hnvi) served nn oxtrnonllnnry tuir on JOHN a HUBINGER. Well-KnoT- n nenmrknlile Cnreerof n ,AVetern Capltulltt. Mu unfit ct- - ureranii I'lillnnlliropl!. loKlnnlni, mott dlincult. .xasBaaxvxvxvxvxW Ollt had clotetl to u every pottlble ourre of information. Only yettorday, when I attempted to tend a reiorl of tin bombardment of Paete. the truthfulneti BBBBar 1 of which wat uniUettioiied, he Immediately tent for 1.4 w ton. and demandod to know how It had been tnado public, and told Law-toto Jump on the momWa of hi ttaff "Much atrlct order aKalntt talklni; tc newtpapor men have lieen repeatedly ! uod that when wo ko atout headiuarterf the oltlcer avoid u a though we had tmallpox. Iiocnuto thry are nfnild to Ik ut. to that ran hurt tho ailminittra-- t eon talking with alKMltOtl refutel to give ut pattot to go thn city after the n.' wo concluded that protrit w a Juitl doting hour (V.10), although turh pattot fiaMr aro glen to the reporter on local papen I'rlKiir, lllla Hrrra 'Out had galnod thr ido from tho Ionic and to hutlnoi men of all nationalities All of the privilege exutiniiitign by the nrwtKip.r men to hit oen Klllplnot tended to newtpaper men In Cuba, like the i! tat en that II mi a part of the duty of limited ufl of tho government telegraph iiio Kotrrnor general to dirrei t(i- the corrvipondvr.t to did hu ciinreri wlrot and accen to telegram from naft tt which aro not of a confidential Much of It. cnorihli a condui tod h I It I, m portonall)', tho ltnoitlble to rndlne a cor-lr.- ture, aro denied u maintain an) tyttein of correipondence rdrnt to tho Knrrl with an) ,! JOHN C. IIUUINOEH. from Hollo and the other Itlandt except by latih atKiul whlctia ho had doubt Tho mall, a the oDIclai In theto placet, under of inottaKo waa lilrnilcal discovery, which he consider the tlth thr correction of a roinHf Mien by a order from headiuarlert, oxerclte a con- - crowning event of his wonderful orthlp practically prohibitive over tho caor thr corner alrlklnit ilrnaMer. titla enreer, nnd which Is embodied in a out vhat ditplratotl him and IntortlriK bin. IVort Ottliiji Aid In llrtnn, new nrticle of commerce, known ns wnt ho ihouxht thuuld t aid or, whatIT Cure it Cold In Otl limy amo thine, tllinK tho rorroamo to lh "Itxontly I Died what I thought a mott Ited Cross Starch (Itcd Cross trade Lixatlvu Hronio Oulnlno Tablets. All Curtain IhlMKi It innffentUe ttetomont that tho butinet prdon ho mult mark.) He is planning to distribute his refund money if It fulls to cure. 25c men who had appeared before the commit-tlotut itory wat to so In thlt way tho ontlrv Amerlean prrtt had ajvoc.ilod the retention of thoex-Ittln- g million a of pnckngeii of this stnrch to mat made tho pcMonal orsan of Cl! wo tlhrr ) ttem of currency Th con-t- the housewives of America, at a merely o'" exclaimed the fith. "Here to tald 'I 011x111 not to let that go That nominal price to the consumer, in order staJB "No," replied the worm; "I just rmpolot l tond holMutt but tho My Untrue-tlonm :at low of all otent and eondlllont. would lo a Ufl for tlryan Philadelphia drcMd in for a bite.'1 rr: Hhrtl tho official vlow controvortod tie to thiil off everything that could to mitke Its merits known without deadmlnlttratlon. That I lay. Thus, for but & cents two large hurt McKlnle tio opinion of thn ifroat matt of tho PrW men work hardest trving to free IUer ' I xplalned II at the diver ) in tho Hold and of IntolllRont 10c packages of Ited Cross Starch may torn here wa not 1C to I. and with teeming atxl wat faltlflcatlon of ovontt thlnjs. Chicago Dally New. be hud, together with two magnificent tioforo our o)o reluctance ho O K d the Item In thlt wa tauh pattnl rvory nht tiocamn a irtonwut American "Tho charge that wo cartd for nothing Shnkespearuan views printed in VI THE MARKETS. icUry. thouarh ovory iHio in thoarmy but to make tontatlon for our import it beautiful colors, or a Twentieth Cenmott unjuit. for I doubt If ever a budv of know it la hao boon tubttanlially a fall-urtury Ulrl Calendar; or for only 1!0 and ho were drllliil into writlhK 'julto newtpapor men wore more conservative In Clsris.iTi. Sept. 19. mohanleally wholly ridb uloiit ottimatot the pretence o' unlltultiil pruvoeatlor. fur cents 10 jHicKagc of the fctnrch nnd LIV TOCk Cattle comtnun.t 2 fa l 00 f tho numWri of Klllpina killed knowlnK There have boon three or the entire kerie of eight Shakespearean et Liitci.em ontatlnatltm IW Mi, A UO m CA. - t air to pood liirht 6 ?." if wo wruto ar.) othor do' riptlon than four Inttancot which I now in ii uf that views anil one Twentieth Century (ilrl IICKJ 3) 'oar--c and heavy 3 III by our tldtor ro'eniMlnB theepltodo u.o tort olnx tolocraphod 10 iho war .V) I 40 ft! pacer views alone easily worth .Now York In Tuba Calendar of the 8eont)-flr- t oatr work would Im waatod C i.oice 3 tt Z 8. which woro mutter of rommon knowledge $1.00. Watch thl.s paper for future sun I 25 s r.iuf lroiiioul Mirnl I'riilllott, t) i.Aai hero, ind which none of u hat attempt? 60 "Jtopoalotl apfalt mado by all premium announcements, of which UUA I W'laicrpalem W Wheat So 2 red.... to teruro to cable nor dottred to to te'r Hr every Inly will certainly want to take tls Jred Cull Oil n 'Small Mnn." . hi;o ihip moihi.d4 had in 31 n No. 2 mixed advantage. fiuitlott, and at condition ttoaillly Ktow Thn torrr f f thr w hoi" trouble hero It a .no. 2 24ii While Mr. Htiblnger will devote his w.Tto. and failure wat piled uon falluro, that the goverrment ha left a tmall man li'ii Sat pi''-- t 25 wo wore aondlAf l'nine to choice. best energies to the manufacture of lo dial with the mutt delicate problem, W I'ltiiVIHONS-M- e.t w.tr and Inhabitant l'ork.... broad talotmaiithlp i:ery orio irn of uccoful it ltd wonderful starch, he will I.ard UK n kint to the Amorlmn ttaritard, tho agree that otl la horiott, and that count this tttw 13 dairy of eorrorindenl that for much In a ixitltlon arfordlng mi h not retire from the various financial Dm tuRMtln nolve creamery 214 mutt do MmothlMK'. retullel in for- chance fur dUhonetty. but ovt.ry onn, enterprise in which lie Is interested eo Al'I'I.K Choice to fancy.... mal mooting Kteon to, with mott remarkable unarlm-II)H) CI M street rnllwnjs, electric lighting plants 1H.M AlXiKs l'cr brL ' Ah wrrr an-lha t thoir w oik MV-I- ; that he ha bungltt afTalr from tho and the Mlsslslsppi Vnlley Telephone CIUCAOa 1 woro WAtt'.ftK Iroglnhlng that the war might have been a farce, the import x ma iik eoy in koofttnic thorn ihero that im avoided by ta I ar d might have been end- Co., with lo.uoo telephone uibscribers l'I.i Ai IN Wheat-N- u jatont.. ... 3M & 3 CO ; :oi;5 :i 2 ichI... a wli doutl tome of hi ow r clorka ed before now by totne other plan cf camIn Minneapolis and St. Paul nor will tl( Stin'rht COltti 'J I., the work I Jjtrh had hi own Idea paign than t lot hln almletcly altout, taking his augmented activity interfere with CtiiN-N- 2S uhlcago prln; K'i 4 221t , f 1 roHiMd the) a town detertlnx It 22! No. 2 nlut thoiild ho dotio agxii.it his social obligations and exercise of l. 1'iH'K-M- ost T 30 y. S (0 It il'" next week- - and h diploma' ) thecenror- I ii.li t la the preildont i i 5 15 t& S 3J the splendid hospitality which he LAKU Sstttam Treat, which hat that all luaiter wuh the "The HoiiK-Ko'-I r military ihoo-n.- , t'hamplonotl the American tide of thn lo juttod iki-op- l at his palatini Keokuk home. NKW VOIIIv. w hurli would atnltt the enemy, and i i Philippine itiuttlont, rellect the feeling Mr. lliibinger's fnmily, conftsting'Vof . 3 TJ KLOUIl 3 50 Winter patent I ih.iijght II had hotter tto t!gnH h tho of litixt people hero In an cdltorl"! begln-nlnWu at-2 red XH f the orgMMuatlsn and Hor rep-- r i amet 'It I not dullcult to Imagine the Jit-n- himself, wife and four children, is the (iiKN No Smlxou t and Indignation that would be felt pivot around which his activity man b our unmet. Irocauto their i re& ci km: 2t!in klit Im eonntruoil Into a detlm and expretted In the I'nitod State wnen '. volves, and while fond of promoting (lAf.S-MlS7j 4 Tho other f . r iertu.al adtortltement onto tho country awoke to the real run great enterprises, he is still fonder of I'tiltK Now tnett I.AIIU Western wo ilinuld torn! a ttalemeiil of the &6 Oi it realm In the 1'hlltpplnei Thare liM'iigM of r4ili.ini, with an explamttlon to the ha been mUmiinacvnient of thu grotteit his home circle, where he spends every iiai.ti.moki: deterlptlon ' pjiilu why our report h.id been moment of time not tnketi up by busi- n.OL'It-rani- lly 3 50 3 3 "I w Ith tho etliiuelte of olllclaldom tnUi,t ness or public enros. 2 red... OIIAIN Whcat-- Na Tu'i' 'v'i permit Dewey and Kihurman to tpeak to Ci & 72 I rn.iir Sn) Soiitharn It' "n 'rerrllilo SI'S Corn MixihI coniir.onl II made note of 111 ,Mt Klnlcy and the public concerning met. "The eror' (i-- ti No. 2 wnlio thoy h:ie to newtpaper freely m THEIR OPINION OF HIBL wa 'if luiirte, wu all know that we ure Thoto two aro th only men of the rallb"r 8 It' No. 2 n ii terrible inctl out here, but we don't 5 20 500 CATlI.K I'lrituualUy pr.vr.r.-.mcr- .'. hsx get tf 6 20 the wi, t fellowpeople toonly exrltod about It we uf stiletm.r. tho hai the college lcr.tr' A IlliMv-ltnr- d (itiverumenl Clerk Whc Hot. Western hero, and Kcliurinan keep utile! now will ) Trletl In .SlnLe nu I lliprettlon lNI.IANAl'OI.lS. weakliet of bellelttK that all w ,i poll th rou uli in (lino without any futi c; UltAIN Whoal- - No. 2 red other men. Including Mala), were u I'pun IiiiIIhii. i, .mo 3.' Corn No. 2 mixed. a hlmtelf in what they tald Me t..k the tory to Oen till, who dJ cat Nu 2 mixed a he will hold Cullln that n ) l.-l-ul work or ten If he will thank hi"JII I ha buroauerit who never leaves In t.ever teen I.OI'ISVIU.1. at for d) It." and when the dek, and lnxlt upon hi toldler both from ii winter n delegationonofu IncHnns ri.'Ult Winter patent .. 3 15 JJ 3 W field, managing fur vvcMern atutc, tour of ino f. r rot letting him tet.d x. . the civil and military brum ho of tlie 2 red inspection through the interior depurt-men- t, (j it i I wot i t i tee him lepeated the tamo old 31 although either one would full) St ... otn Mixed going to ti iv alio ot Hie Insurrection vihitcd the hind nflieo, where Uicy 22.W 23 he trut no o Hrtentouty abut Occupy an able man. e. et. and hinted I . v M l'tiKIC .... Iei.... the lint u faculty were introduced but hlmtelf, aleevn that l.'i la.rK wonderful thing in up lit face of pat one iinlagonlElug and withalMtth whom l.u rspeciiil chnrj;e ofto their clerk who had LAitU btcain fur ever)0lin xectlon of tho I almott i.elieMnl him the The other I.hn tu deal, a he ha .IhtiKonUid (ho country, u liuniptioua little individual experience of the aino oit nun i id practically the tame experience, nowjMier inen Vet) truly juuri, w illi a hltf head. Thin olllcinl proceeded "ItOMKIlT M. nil,M.NS" get through h tory of it wii or it trvng to ut the to overpower Uic red men witJi Jiis of tho I (Irluliuil Itotlllil llnliln, in itter Mood ' aya a Washington r.i ) tentoli. then on ti Ko'lo.t.i- - Is a copy el tho uriglnal So after alt Ini; a month for the gen-rr.- i. In the New York Tribune. i f tl i rend robin: Worth S4 lo $S comparedwith to mnterlarxo we dechled i redirllon "The iinder'ttsnej, being all the ttaff other makes. GriiKilii; each one of them cordially I ei I the latemotll we h.id frameJ with-c.- it ot American newtpaper Indonteil bv over liy the liitiitl, lie jinttecl them pntroiiir-Inijl- y ianKlng it. a the condition hail no I l,U(lu,(l(Mi vveiirer. In Manila, unite In tho following (in their back and then delivered written It form wag ttalemeiit wit god m, e it w ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES Ii. I Uliit I wanted. Imenute I thought u . L. II... l..' n luiiir rtpei-ch- , "Wo believe 'hat. owtnic to oltlclal 1IIII.KM1M. explalnlni,' In detail the . , I of the Ao uletl I'te i realtor det t td prlf lHihd o frmn Matilln publlthed In American vvoik of the ofllce, their interest in It, tl ) not uittiinv in Klt hl ow'n view i newspaper which h.tve reached here, the ikc no tutu -- :e citoiiru inHker, Upon an) ijueslluti. but, on the oilier hand, people to lie as cini not re- hiyine; particular etresK on the fact tlmt the tit l tint 1.1 Mi tli'iet in a a tli.il or nothing. Tho view were ceived aofcorrect I'nlted State of liavq lmproloii thn tlti.atlon lie was the motive power of It nil. A tiiirilflertuni tnJr-'i- i k'fi at In tho I'hlllpplne, that thete dltpatchet lul our pertonnl view, but thi ; view thrni-- If soon aa Uirlr entertainer punned for nt he.Uon. have prtot'iilod an tpalronrt'i-ftpttifl'rlrl.aittuii, MacArthur, l'untton. Mate Mew, breath the viHiting Indium, begun to kind ( icaltier, tire tint wlilth plula or cap tut, et ul. and wn could not be ncc.ned of which I not tlmrod by tho Keneral olficnrt CiiIhIiibuo II I'ree. inejuilirti agalrtt l hit udmlnlttriitloii. U- - In the lltld grunt and talk among themselves. W L DOUCLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass. a mo Ihn ttronueat ndmlnlttr.itlun organ "Wn believe the dltpatohei m!roiroent "What ure they Baying?" united the I m tie plan, In the country wu comiiiltle conilltlont among the Klllpino In egotistical clerk, expecting to hear high t to hold thu exltlnK to Inlernul dlKtenalotut and dvinorul-lE.itloiid. inoreoviii. the respect v.u to ui'otu.il now p4 pert by the throat retultlliK from the Amtrlcun cam- prnlie of himself. "Tc!! me what ther that umittlal action teemed to be jutlilled paign and to the brigand cliurai terottheli re nn.vlng." dealer hasn'l demanded. and army "I cannot tell you," replied the interHi. ntiil llitlilii In Tiiki' nitr. "Wn believe the illtpatche mlnleail in the preter; "It wan not for you to hear." "A a matter of form, wo took the ilerliiratlon that 'the tltuatloii I welt in Hut the little mini insisted, and with hand,' and err In thn aumptlon that Ilia to thecentor. HUcominenl w.itprai CMJaaaV'tMl;l-- Jrtrl tlcull) tho tame that ho had mado on nil' Imtirrectlun can be tpeedlly viuluj with;ret reluctnnco the interpreter finally CURIS iAltS. All . LSt J. 7" . He did not iiueatloli the nceutao out a greatly Increased force. Hwt Uouan 8jtui, Tattc t.mMi. ure It mutt.ice "They aald." he translated, In tloiA. Kolit br rlruffl(. of the ttalemeiil of condition, but tald "We think that the tenacity of ti.a rill-pln- lidded. Little mnn, big head, heap talk, avay centiir-fhipi- r purpORu hut tiuderentluitited, Thin I Juit tho tort of matter the Intended to suppret ' lie. of cuurte. and tlie tlalemciiU unfounded tliut volun- - sutbiiig, much fool." n tenia mettencnr willing for further aervliv look It to Otl, wholn tin teer itrt (entoritlilp hit compelled tiy to the New Votk Hun, to 'The reiiuettinK Oavl. of go nml tee him, iloubllesH thlnkliiK that a by ex-- 1 In thlt mlarepreientutloit In k or altering iiiicontroieiteil lie hail lieiiled tho Hun a hi organ, mid It tnte corretpotulent hclmi under nbllgntiuii Io ment of fict on the plua Unit, it Ucn him fcr (peclnl fnvor. he esuld work them (Ht Htnted, 'they would nil in the peoplo ruompton aiu nu ut nome.' or 'have tho peoplti at tito United io give up the plan, tThoiiiptonl thought Colllnn and McC'utch-ro- n Htnte by tho ear.' "Spi't'lllciitloiia: Suppretilot, hop!t.il TO' ulioiild go nlo, n their view li.nl been convcrviillre, etc. A committee port and number heut prom,iluiii In the vai choten D.ivl, McCiilvhmin, Hat nuJ Held. ytematlc minimization I naval operation, ttlppreitlon full report Held Olla Tlirenlena Ciiiirl-lurllu- l. In event of fallutu and teuiplet Wioney "Whan wo wnru uahurud Into Otl' room reuort of iltuutlon." ht-r- I'resf. OlilcsKO. I H. A My D.'ur Mr Mtur.o Your reniifnt for n riptniluil I tin (Irciiiii.lanrr.t linllni; to ii. ji f nil t chIiIimI to y ihn iiutmnt tho nnwuimpor m!I ttn torreomtcntii In Manila i Just In tlm binnlnic It ihouM tic ixila'.rtrit that th currfttH)nilrtt tmt tint uucst:in of Inking noinn unttivl action to ;:ur ih rlitlit 10 tornl t lit fn u nUotit tlin war r falling in tlmt. to i'i!n!n to our why wore not tillinit tlie faet. two inar.ths before thn rablt'Krnm wn iv Ira n il Tho rir..rshii enforces! ilurltn; the war ,reort-l- r nrJ 1ii'f r ilir IroKlnnlnt; of u 3 ncwtintjwr tiinti who hail wrke.l In Jm..ip, TurKe. Kiopt ami lluttlu IP war time. anil In CuIm timler the We-iami ilurliiK our war, no much iculino i:.r s'Ui fiu thim n) hlthfrto ntlfini't-- t i II at wo wiTti ntonUliHl that thr Aiikt-- i an author. tu tlimilil conn trmiticc II. ami tot rr orfldcnt that littlr opinion Would Ih tiiirnhp utiriRty icalnii it if it method' arj ',irvir iMi'auif known Tor a lone tuno wo tulimltt.-- l to the cr- rship lnHMitie of ajwl to our t t tin and n fefllnit that wi might be acute of a lark thereof tf wo inadf any r troubio fur the Attiorlcan aultioiltlc Vilmlt llir llrlll "Hut when Ocit C canir down In the frank ailmlstlon that It wu not : much to from irernt tho lu-vid Information ami aitltUncr to the function, and. ac-reriny illi Jhik la lur view , tho only Iniritimnt onr. tf a i rittorahlp). lull to kori the knolt-t- : tif rendition hn from tho tmlrtlc at homo, ard when th ccntor had ri'xa(r.l told us. in ruling out daln ttatmiirnlt of itndlt. 'My Instruction jiutrd facta aro to lot Mm.e. rui'iiutt from MnnnytT M. I. Stone, of the AuMU'lntctl Press, tliut he ffUu e(ents Iv.mIIiii; up to the neuitpnper men's "round robin," of Inst Jul.', C'urreMioilncnt Itohert M. Collins, htuiliiiii'd :it Manila, wrote full lartlculnrs, more prominent iiiiioiik nhlcli were the following: "Mrtrlln. I I. July 30 IM -- MMvllli H. n (k-ntrn-l In reply to I "s'l . One-ni- l Miin.i.T th Aso-tlittt- -l ricell i.ir Orp. w. rr was to krop the fact from the public, but laid thai whiit we wanted wu tc lmvo thn peoplo "Hired jpntul ninko tonta-tlonfor thn pnier. We told him that there hud never been any Rlibjecta furnlth-Ininure cuoil m.iterlul foi tentatlont than thlt wnr, II nd Unit he should m exreed-InKlKrnteful to tho paper or hnndllut It io temperately. .Miitlliillon of Di'iiil I'llliiltin. "In that connection we reminded him r that tho ttoilet of lootltiK In oldlert' homo had been little, If any, oxnitKer-ntnluvi and Hutu told hln they hud pertonnllj teen our o!dleni ba(inettliiE tho wounded, and I reminded him that tin cuttlnK off of tho oar of two American toldler at Daxmarlnu had beon mend) retaliation for almllar mutilation of dead Filipino by tho American No one could pOMlhly tell atroiiKur ttorlo of the loot IliK and bluckm.illlnx; by our soldier thar Otl ha told, although he ehariie It nil to the volunteer "Wn told him that we had refrained from tendlriK theie tlitiiKi and other ol Imttar tin Hire horautu we did not with to make tentatlont We told htm that tho ceiitonhtp was purely for the purKe of irlvliiK the Impretalon at home thai everything wa lovely here, otherwdte In would tuppro whuh tho local paper print all tort of cIlppinK from the, American deiiounclnK the and whlcr. keep the onuni) ot-eon tho potltlor. jf evor compun) In our army, and ivn give advnr.iu notice it Intended mnwmunt i y let-tod ner. admin-Ittrutlon- d -- Mllllla t)IT lllfiirilllllloll, (Kitltion of Iho newtpapor corre tpondenti here I, a It ha been from th 'The Among the lentlera of the progressive element for which the inltlle west Is famous, Mr. .lohn C. Hiibingcr, of In., reigns without it peer. As n mniiufiicttircr, nsnn cnterprlslngcnp-Ittilinnd its n phllimthroplrt his funic Ikis sprcntl over many stutes, ntul his nnnneiiil entfrprlses linvc do eloped innny otihcure towns Into jirogrchKlve, Mr. chles. thrifty u ml Ilublnger, nltliouglt lint 17 years of nge, rnn look buck upon scores of victories, each one of which hns bencfltcil iniinklnd, for his liberality Is n h bountiful ns his business sognclty In innriclotih. He mii born In New l,u., his pnrents being of French nnd (lermnn origin. When he wns four yenrs old, his family removed to Kentucky, In lileh tnte young Htiblnger received n iubllc school education. Almost before reaching man's estate he hecuretl pr.tent on u number of valuable mechanical Inventions, thereby living the foundation of his preient fortune, ly Inclination and force of circumstances his nttfiitlo.. wns enrly directed to the manufacture of starch by improved proeeSM's, nnd in the course of lime hu became the head of a concern having nn unntial htiMucsK of millions of dollars. Hut genuine ambition never quite mtlsfled with existing conditions works ever tovvnrd perfection, and after yenrs of painstaking study and resenrch Mr. Htiblnger hus made a Keo-htilc, wlile-uwnh- e com-mercl- rtl Or-lent- l'tirin, i.or 1 Inli-ndi-- d n i, now-pai-- L rw'l talnt Still Mure CtiiillterfeltliiK. SUFFERED ,25 YEARS. The Secret Service ha just unearthed anThe Yoanir Ilnebnll Hooter Cnusca other hand of tountcrfeitiTH and council a large: rjuantily of Iiokus lulls, which are so "Ii I'nlernnl In Peel Too cleverly executed that the average pefon Prominent, would never suspect them of being spurious. Tiling of great value are always, selected for He 5' Chicago board of trade mnn, dig- iiiutntion, notably Ilostctter's Stom.tch Hinified to a diurce, hus luxuriant, buhy title tler, which hat many imitators hut no equals vih.sKcr dean chin and upper Jilt, and he for disorder like indigestion, dyspcpia, condearly I vc hatchall. lie alto has a son stipation, tier vou sue tu and general debility. six year ,d, who loves the (tame as dcirly Alwav go to reliable druggitts who have as does ii lather, nnd while the eider enjoys the reputation of giving what you ask for. the plaj m u ohil,i'acir, contented way, hoy uhbUi over vv.ih enthusiasm and the Areoininoilnteil, outroot other rootet. At the end of hi two weeks' vacation, Duriiit the Inst Cluiao St. Loui Kame father if ton tat in the ciatul stand under wanting a third week, he telegraphed hu employer: "Very ick. I'lcaie hold my the Inter. e ttrain of knowing that St. Louis joh." had twi men on har and two out, and if vmfi&SwzM the tnai. the Uit made a !,.. hit the score ( Arid hack come this mystifying reply: Y,fM Xrzmrsi wi tVK1.';-'akc all time you want to get well. Anwould U tietl. The lattei tmole the hall other man is holding your job." Philadelheavily. It toured upward and onward, far phia Xorth American. w,!nt .,.,,c repot ter calls lit lcf' ganlen." 4Kl4(tN-,- fart "the V awki ..? Left I uler Kynn wa there, nnd, after a The Ileal 1'rf.erl pi Ion for Chill long, hnr' tnurt, eaiipht the il) on hi finger and Fever l ii hottlo of ('iiovn'rt Tastixc. tips ami ,t.d it. I'he crowd 'creamed Ciiim. Tonic. His simplyironiitidtiiiiulneiu I" the Miiall son of hit father nearly iitiihiclcssform N'le'iru io pay. l'rIec,.Vk.' ou: of hj tkin for glee. The father went m merely trilled with digmt). One Itensiin, liiialu the croud cand its yelling after Green Why it it the lef' fielder had dolled hit cap thrice. so small a practice? that some doctors have 1 here v. ttileme as he w alketl to the bench Congressman Botkln, of WIr.fleld, Kansaa. DeWitt It may hcc.iui. twirling his blond mustache with cither practicing physician. be Cleveland they are Leader. In a recent letter to Dr. Hartmui, Conhand. gressman Botkiri says: 'I hen with hit father clean shaven upper Don't into buying a spe"My Dear Doctor It gives me pleasure ,lti in in mi, ami with a voire that dtcw the cial dye be hoodwinked special dye for cot- to certify to the excellent curative qualities for attettti ii f the nsteinhlci hundied towanl ton. If vour wool ami a . good should not be all wool, of your medicines Peru mi and hit (lev .te.1 dad, the ux year-olrooter fair-- you would have to buy two packages ami I have been aflltcted more or lets for a yel .1 "o i,n,, ,in't vou j.j, vou dye twice. Putnam Fadeless quarter catarrh of had "iu.l.uhc like Jiimnie llyan'sJ" Chi l)ycs your goods either silk, wool or cotton stomach of a century with A residence the will color in and constipation. cago Jiiliuue. at one tune in the same vessel and you only Washington has increased these troubles. have to buy one package. A few bottles of your medicine have given Slurineil it Mb AViie. me almost complete relief, and 1 am sure The jintleman with the ted, red nose got will Firt Young Attorney "Vou seem to be that a continuation of themsurelyeffect a peraboard tr,e trolley ear, which, by tome a wonderis very much attached to MiM floodcatch?" manent cure. 1 stupped for a moment. aflectiont." Second Young Attorney "Well, the owns ful remedy for catarrhal rhe . . rice wat uileiirc. I). Hotkin. J. tDO nrr,.a Af lin.l 'I'dt'e siillinliinl rvrrkHrirt The ,.;t,e hoy looked at the man with the The most common form of summer cafor an attachment, itn't it"- - Ohio State noe. tarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This is And rhe little boy didn't ask hh father Jourual. generally known as dyspepsia Congressah) thing man Hotkin was a victim of this disease "Men lul heaven'" muttered the fond 1 Piso's Cure for Consumption is an A No. twenty-fivyears. cures these Asthma medicine. W. 11. Williams, parent 1 am the father of a freck!" cases like magic. Address Dr. Ilartman, Co111., April 11, 1S94. lumbus, 0., for a free book. Journal. In her apologies to her husband, a wom1 o ill via "IUg an lavs the blame of her fault on either her .Seeker' The microlwa that cause chills and l'our Itoute." affections or her nerves. Atchison Globe. fever and malaria enter the system To 'he North, Wet, Xorthwest, South-vv'ttt- , through mucous membranes made s uth and Southeait. Selling dates: Ilnll'a Cnlnrrh Cure porous by catarrh. heals the Augun l.'itli, Scptemher 5th and Huh, and Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. mucous membranes nnd prevents the mi (Ji tuber 3d and 17th, 1S)VJ, at one fare, entrance of malarial germs, thus prerfus Sj (j to authorized points in the Men arc men; the best sometimes forget. venting and curing these affections. in: ttatet; Aiahama, Arizona, Arkan-tat- , Shakespeare. llntitli Columbia, Colorado, Florida, (teory:, Iowa, Indian Territory! Idaho, CAPABLE mother must be a healthy mother. Kantas, Kentucky, Ixiuisiitia, Michigan, iMinrutou, Muttitmppi, Mistoun, Montana, The experience of maternity should not be approached Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North without careful physical preparation. Cnrol.ua. North Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, S nth Carolina. South Dakota, Texas, Correct and practical counsel is what the expectant and would-b- e Utah, irginta, itconsin, Wyoming, mother needs and this counsel she can secure without cost by Washington. For full information and particulars at to rates, routes, tickets, limits, writing to Mrs. Pinlchem at Lynn. Mass. stop-ove- r privileges, etc., call on Agents Mrs. Cora Gilson, Yates, Manistee "Ih(? lour Koute," or address the under-signeCo., Mich., writes: P Depiie, A G. I. k T Agt arnn J Lynch, Gen. I'ast. 4 Tkt. Agt., "Dear Mrs. Pinkham Two years ago Cincinnati, O. I began having such dull, heavy, dragKmplo) menl for the Idle. ging pains in my back, menses were pront anyone, when he can't think nf fuse and painful and was troubled with lug else tc do, eats something. Waih- I took patent medicines leucorrhcea. ucmocrai. i 1 1 RUFFLES DAD'S DIGNITY. mm " rsm. joy-outl- y 0m g torn WF "llan-a-lin- y c a i l e a An-tioc- 1 i- Kit-unio- n a fol-lo- A d CAPABLE n or n of-rr- accom-pusliicl- e rm ri1 rwte-rotur- Klt-Ch- olco 'f t v V and consulted a physician, but received no benefit and could not become pregnant. 'Seeing one of your books, I wrote to you telling you ti' TV ray troubles and askinir for advice. You an cSwVjb swered my letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully, and derived so much benefit that I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comkz pound enough. I now find myself pregnant and have begun its use again. 1 cannot praise it u ?JAm iac enough." j?) Perley Moulton, N.V.- Mrs. - cL . X- - a"J5JBl7BW Thetford, Vt., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I think Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an I took excellent medicine. several bottles of it before the birth of my baby nnd got along nicety. I had no '1sf r...D. tJ-,'!- -. vr "mL vt fliWBmr I now strong and enjoying good health. Baby is also fat and after-pain- s and am m& SBaVyCksaV 5 tsaasaaV V M 1 mtm a m m d healthy." .MRS. fit-Wi- nter (JHAS. UURUIC, ). rr-u- et K South Monroe St., Balti more, Md., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham Before tak- 304 1 mieainn I awl mif mm iBBbV I I i .!l . . No. ii-- d 1 xed -t ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was unable to become pregnant: but since I have used it my health is much improved, and I have a big baby boy, the joy and pride of our home." ,tVinr.rViarv,a,r.-i-i-iwMinf- i rVi'wiivi r's'srjlft&s!ii!agl S mU-l4dit'- g lr," Otli tin-cere I AlWtTHFTFP HI'SS.ISflIS.lVa? Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. a Int ' he-ni- ne " Leader " loaded with Smokeless powder and " News Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all ver-(lu- corre-Bpoiiile- nt v -- S3&S3.50 SHOES llt W. L. DOUCLAS other brands for UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES.! j; ! (' i kT p -- d Winchester Shells are for ale by all dealers. Insist upon if ji having them when you buy and you will get the best. f j, - Tr - "T.ii. .VakrCX'p. M V,Tr"T"TTr'jaTiTi-Wi;arTi"- l. Im,U-- 1 trit f&PMt u BAB S Ir c fu JwJp 'eethinA .(Teething Powders. Costs only 25 Cents. Ask ff7 J jcur Hregglst for It. tlriitnslstsi Ifnot l;rint hC'eutsj null C5 to N iittt-Vip- CARTERS INK C. J. MOFFETT, M. D Itl'AllKIlS OK THIS PAI'KR IlKIIIINll TO 11UV ANVTUINQ ADVKltTISKI) IN ITS COLUMNS tSIIOl'M) INslS-Ul'ON HAVING WHAT TllllV ASK IXJIl, ItKKUSINO SUUSTITUTKS'UU IMITATIONS. ALL St, Louis, Mo. SIS (irrat Svrru A..N. 1VIIE.V a met-RK- e .Nutluti' ihtv-al- l tutupriir Klintrial butililunil iivatit troc Dr It. II KI.tNK.Lui., '.tl Arch tiul'hi.ix I Ooutiii-ttatiurttrtiuur pifC I'rrmitnrBtlj-Cured- . K.- -K 1770 o' Ix-e- - le I" b! nsiaa.aMMM WUITIXO TO AnVEKTINF.KSJ ptrute atttto Ihat you saw thu AUtertltc-ucd- I In tlkla pupcr. m To cure, or refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. vv. ,l,( fV .4?'i ItMHH 'T' ?Hill " mmttymtm m.ooui IDOT AT I'AHTKItVM.M-:- , ILUXOIS. - Tmi Nhile IDS in firms OHIO TUB IIATTtirtUM't'kir.. mi:at supply (iiVmfti miout. Dr. Trui'. X h M ' l rM I 1H IN.I.T, IJf'I'A I Unrtcrvillc III.'. Sept 17, ot Kxpciimciitnl S'Hiiou of the tervillo WHS till M'eill' llf ll blimil, Agtleulinril I )i inu'iaenl at Wash this community. fSiiintuv. TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, A dispatch Irom Wind, ,,!m' ' riot about noon tndii.x.in uh.Hi Ingitiii, li" M"urm-Ilru. A P. Johnson (Med his npiKiint Mom an in til1 r say. i i ii a i unio is regarded ix 'in six negroes were iiistunll, blind nietit at Mt. Ilerui'iu. Sunday ,i.r l II spcctiim nf fpi ilniein. lln."r tlr l. nllm Miss Ogle Leet visited "im Lara administration an the tlr-- t iinle anil 0110 wounded unto ilriiili. in r In West, i.i.il ii, - M'iil;ii'i; f Whipple. Saturday and Sunday ground of the prcsiilmitlid while lour otheis I eei'ix ed slight Marble and G a.nitc Monuments his obtei at inn be aid: MKsas Katie Hied ami Cora L Drown of 11)00. and the PriMi-nt'h wounds. Troitlile tins been of lliekuiaii, visited Miss Auute Kaner. "The dw d ftiends ate planning tn ii1(ik' a I'Mles hit e elb li In nut tn'in , O XJ JBb 33 7. 2T orltifj ever since In inllit h win Snndav. rt eenlly i ilill);l i borne whieli was stolen from Mr vigorous light to keep lh,. The l recalled by Governor Tunnel lnrt Drew IS. M b 1i. nth liner In si.ite lili't Kill STOXK WOKK or nil Kinds. hpin heard of at iron, Montltiy. The white mine is of this writing. has not in the Kepuhlican eoliiinn. ihe ptiee ot uifHi. Thc lime niil IKON KKNUI NO, &.,&. this place haw reluiieil to alio l'he campaign will be np.IIM a' et li'iillMMl thai tin- pliibleiu of Mr Isaac Shufl Is i reeling him a fim I....... the negro miners 10 eoine into two story lionsi , w hieh will be a thiiiK .Muii oepi. (kit l'.hi tiovc'iioi securing a couiiiiuaiiee ot cheap ETioltman, ....... ..la oit Vt ew nvuru. .'r.un meat lor the musses of our poputown always meeting llieiti and of beaut v xxheu fluisheti. nuucnni. nrdeiiug them back. Todni. Misses O.irrle Parhim and MauKie that dav until tin- close ,r tin. bitlon is one of the most however,!!! nemes all iitined Henderson, from mar lliekuiaii. visited polls there will be a .tontluiioiis of tin- - iL y. Wlmtei er ami Ho-dMaddux . 0111 ire.hetl into town. lo the J exhibition of what .Mr. Cleveland """'I"1 mereuse in the pi ina. amuliiv III!inois Central lfot, whete they '", ,,l, '" ''"' ot the Mrs. W. J. Mndda wire would call "pernlolous iicllviM " Mr onl with tin called and Frederiektown, la.it Monday Postmaster General Smith i to r''"1 'rude couiblnniions, it is exchanged a few to white miners there, when tiie ne to the bedside of their daughter, Mi.i be the inouthiiiece of the admiins "" ertheleis Hue that Hie supply up Nina, who is dangerously ill. groes pulled their pNtols and lor meal has trillion in the iiaiivnss, making a "f '''"'"I" enud fire on the whites, who ni Ignite a nuiiitier of young people atseiies of speeches in ihe impor ,M,,,""''I. '""I "nil it will ii.h be Sole for once returned the lite, when a tended a birth day dinner given by Mr. taut piints in the State, and S.e- - "" "'" ,,,i"'-- '" ,,M' ' ,IM' '' "' ' "bieh win and Mrs. Whipple, tn honor of "their running lit: lit was kept uti. k.ep. in Disc Miss valast Sunday. retary of Agticiilture Wlls.ni will '',lr,' " Disc The ii groes scattered. Inn daughter. rejRirt.s Lara, dinner and "a talk to the fanners. I""M' W,n tneiease In our pop-- , Everybody a good were closely follow ed by 'he jolly time. '"1 "', enlaigennMit nf The Hepuhlieiin policy will i in o11'1'0" lors, whites, running up the limb On last Stiuday week a merry crowd brace the retention of tiie Phiup ",,r l'M"""' trade, xx direct, winic iiil leinaiuuer iook np Voum. nennle. bv Mis pines and lln changes .xenr'hHere Sui Maddux. Mrs. K Thomas and .Mr. r tin on the idea of M"rade will he ,m' l,ul ll ''cr. hviiPhIiIi- limiuf' down the lailro d track, l"'d, foi giazfollow Maddux, spnl a ery the execution was done, all who and Mrs Johu in; the Hag." On the money ouri '" Inirpnres will (Icrtcn.., and Buckeye Binders and Mcwers, Cmlh,- bprliiRs. y Rakes, Forks, &c went throUL'h town escapini: A plyasnnt diyr at ami a that as lack-A- tion the Hepublican nrgutneiit ""der present eoinlliii' he num dinner, ter the iUM.tr was over four i ,. i splendid iTOf whU we xvore tlumpoiut-bodie- be yellow. On the tarifl' issue will h,'r nf ,tlle per aen liiuli cmi iwju the --feg Cull Hinl look id 'jtj liiipleiiients befote buying. ' led in getting. were picked up miu posltii n will be taken that the 'e inainiaiiieil on "n taugeswill JaV wounded. 'lhe. other uiorlaih 1" 'e inure and ' Pott.v. Dinglej law is satisfactory and ''"'""'"I'- were taken to the city hall, where should not be changed. The trust IIM,r'' necessar.x tha' a large part it. r. hi.ku. irr t. ('. I. IIIII.UIMIIl:. I Prr.'l. i . Jnii.xsnx, the wounded man wan attended Ah Uli'eaml I Proprietors. '" '", i''iing i. animals Intend Iseue will be dodged. to and an inquest held mer l lief It Is realized that if the Hepuli- - ,,,i M,r ,,M'"' '',",ll '"' ,lo"1 I" Die New York Pres.j dead ones. Trouble has existed licatis should ose Ohio in Nov i in ,rritf,'d valleys and on the farniH An atitirint: hostelry tu Water-bu- t here nfl'iiud on for oxer a bcr, Mr. McKiulejy's renottiltiiiti.iii ,,f ""' ,''",, no fatalitit'h oceiined until bury Conn., in the Hotel Arlin-Junwould be out of the question, and y(), when a pii.i8eiiT train ton in which one Willie Saphjo In the iit'tiiiiiistratiou eletueiit is niak- llourke Cochran's Men. on the 1. 0. was tired into and one bookkeeper and room clerk, l'be nig exci.x euori 10 euecK iiieiJem negro woman killed The tiegiucs letterlieadu read: 'Free 'litis to oeratic The (iiihiion of legiilallug great hosts. were on the way to tin iniiich all trains. Steam Heat. Hotel onrpnra'ious, combines or "Irustw'' AilitiKton. M Wife and I Prohaving come from Punn. III.00DY OUTLOOK. opetailng under public frnti-prietorn. A first idas home like -IMMMIIHIIIII I'llHII I s 1.10. (MM). Imtcl, inanasied for lln comtort of Co-ehlses Hourke Coehrnii discussed What Paper There is oinliioiis reason to M SolicitH your business. We offer the most Liberal Aocoiiiumilnlfnii the guests and the profit ot the c, and ml in our Ciistoniers Consistent with ICstnlilished lieve that a few weeks' will witness at Hie dust ConfereLadies who go shoppiti"; have proprietors, hie solution of the prob vanced Hanking Principles the begnfning of war between " little idea of the cost of their trip Ho advocates publicity,! bin Mvb " Yn 1'refer.' Great Britain and the South Afti- Iiiwn enacteil for the noriinKi. ot even in such minor detail as tiie can Kepiiblic- -n war wh'ch eivnl m eiirinc coinidete nublieltv ns to K.T. TVI.UK. C. A. DOLCOMIIH. .). NAYLOK. W H. UaLTZKH cost of paper lor the puekaes Hopkiiwvillo News Km. .!. w. eowniLL. w l. moci'tchkn, m. it tliej tune sent noine. a ishiii siiaw. Tiie ntiestion is which do von zatlon has exceptiounl cause to the affairs of great corporations this wonlil lie sutlloieni to moriaii has recently cottipand the pr(.fef rr Hm WU1, i0,U),., deplore as originating in passions KK ' ' Dim "fnynrli weight ol paper with the food sup- - ru'e continued, vote for Mr. Tuy-'at,.,f"'" policies which hutuanitx In one da.x ' ,,., Uu,ir nominee, with the rc-- t '', IthiimiIimI. " w plied the purchaser. should long ago have tpiiumjiu ,, Wrongly opposed all it is sutd that the papet nf the ticket-i- f sorts yon want to see'i,n ,,H M "dvnnceinent toward better favms b L'incriiiin-iitii mills u i hi; 'i:i.i.ntt xti wranniucr ntnouiited to about 10 ilu,nnrni,n !.D.....i lo eombi ...i I iiiit'oiis or indixidiiatx as autag percent, of the total. In a list ol ,,, the Slate U)1 oVe.nl Ken ""A1,88, Ictoria ly Die grace of 4 id oi.i7i.ig the principle of compel! supplies costing about ?1 10 liu tncky in line with the iiHlinutil e H"H. and favois resulting friMii lounu mat mo paper which was democracy in 1000 vole for Goe lcutin "' vireai nriiaui ami tiinfl' legislation were strenuloiis and weighed in with Die proxisions i,i. si,,,,,,, i,'n. ..,..,,. ,i... wtn op impress of India, diii'ww.r,.tii. witb n the iiitliu hi x condemned. cost Uk ceute. v.,, nl..vi,., rae is a precious herit..Pe. It ,0H,It, "' ' 'he destruc.io. if TllKKK ar several reasons fur FOKMEK Appellate ,lud;e B. J. wn8 ll0t woll bv the blood hiiiJ ofiotir l!xo l'"0?, regarding Deiuoctaitc prospects Peters died at his home at Ml. ancestors to be worso than wast- - A" earlier British wn. upon I ftis I.. A .. .. .. 111. t l. Ik 1. mi at 10.V50 ed. You either desire the success .......k I"""'" i. "- vil.t.. as xerj origin. u,e whii '" unioiieii bterlliifr, jlouday morning " w CladslniM. biTHUsn are best post nrnilic eaders o'clock at the uge of ninety four. or defeat of the Democratic tick- wa: n. ........... m. ...... .,-- . K ot. Which is It? J' . ' V? v" ,,rr.C,u , bal ' OastAour "v." noiiiiiiniiu oi u.e urnisii lorcpiu irfn win ne u.e next uovcruor, Imperialism is a bad thiti to Int so tlmt it will .,m...t t'..r .. in among ooiiui xinca in me oiiioreiiKBoi anii iin aiai L, ..1. ....... I uie ueptio. monkey with. The Mexicans nre ..;.. ,r - l II... ...an... .1 ni.... . .. I....I ... l....k. - ......u n.1.1. . in niniiiMI 1.. .Ml. Ml' Mr. McKlnley of llj iiiu iicoriii iiiiiiuuiit llllil in llt'JMl- .una, inuu now accusing moved neciuise ne tnueriy Bi-- ' ivinniy, sireugtiiens Unit iiellel. having designs upon their counItatllcship Kentucky. demned the and guile try. Gov. BltADI.KY does not agree A Newport News, Va special tnting Die British polic.x of fi- General Taylor 1'rriTlONS for pardon are pour gay8 thnt ,lie builders' trial of the nig the people of Die TnnifnKI with Attorney into ar Hopeless conllict. ('ivii- - (lint . the .. state Agricultural Bu in upon uov. liraillcy m large ft. n !.. . . 11111 i f ii i ,. ...,, linn i. l i !.,.. ?r... u i... . .1 F3:iCICI.I.3Sr, lorui IS SO criie a uur Vr reilll IlllS Hie ailllmr lx tn niuirn numbers, na is usual in Die clos- in ing days of a State administni sister ship of Dio Kearsnrgn, will iieli purpose Kngland iiriate ?3,()00 for an exhibit at the abfit lake place about the first week in to commit a colossal blunder m Sotitlieru Exposition in New tion. THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMdingo Chamberlain's giinlaKfl lork. As a result the matter October. The Kentucky is only a blunder of nil. id following of iirobably will be dropped and PAIGN OF 1900, The Cliineeo Government has about four weeks behind the Kenr-surglodged a protest at Washington Tiie piilnlri o( thf rrnl (xilllle! and is almost in condition a blind leader whieli will be rlmru- - ICeutucky will not be reptescnted pr-ll- r at the Exposition. ri- no against the order of JMaj. Gon. to go out for her first run outside ed up in history ns a crime. Mnc forinel nml ih oinli-ili- r ilieurt l.jr Tin. xilc of thf Otis, excluding ChiiiPBO from Die the Virginia cupes fler official rfcoriifil tmlloi at il(-- pirocli The loss preachers havo to do Philippines. trial will take place the latter part Come Forward Ins rrrililntll rlcellon hi prolialil; with politics the more npntless of next month. The Kearsarge. " " All pervms iuilehtifl to ('. A Hob iliciilf tin. pobey of ili tmllun for ibr garments Whi'e they should The chairman of Die Iowa Deui which will return to Newport combe are notified that they mo their tiiH iltt'inle Kfirj clilifn nnial itiiily f,,rwar(l llic rrfal ipirilloa llml r lo coin beState committee eays that News about September 3()Di, will Kt,roUri- and settle. Delavh an 'i in- - in all cases exercise their suffrage t,rl bapienti they impair their Christian inllu fore tli pmpU Till fj.n bf Jon oulj the Iowa Democrats will make an- - go into commission in November, of ence when they undertake to tell iii ;. Twin: a.wkkk couhiku liirliurh liu yrval nr (.. """" the chief issue of the Kentucky following her in, . JOl'HNAI, than In uny olhrr p Tit. Now la i (, lime, llirroforc, (or r free-- , December. The builders will then l,lli:i.. other, people how to vote. A tiie campaign, and that the ! per puhllnheil tmlh In iiinlll nml irjr volr lo nubfcriti for tlit bl preacher is as much out of place silver issue will bo sent to Die give their attention more closely ., nio'i rliiibl niwp.,T oliUinnlilr. Tiie i,vm v1.ai,i,1.,i iUHiiliijr. "",,,,D ",u on the political stump as a politi mi Vrklr ltHitillo eorm lliu whole rear. to the Illinois, and hurry her to .. lil'M of Milillctl ntt While il i )mo ,IU""II"U" ,,,,, omeii are iieuig clan would bu In a pulpit. Kll.u 104 completion. Papers One Year ornilc ii tiiilillrhri th nri la reganl to practically barrod from employ betlitown News. Tue naval para'le at New Yor,k nil pollllritl pril- - without frrjuttcr I KililorVAwf.il Plight. in honor of Admiral Dewey is exmeut In the Federal iloniirtim.i.iu l'lritrdllo Kllilcilllr iipw. .rrvlrr j an PillMl1 D. Aumouii, the million ' V. M. Iligcins, 1'ditor Seneca, (Ills.) pected to bo seven miles long. i irlor In ih.u of mi oilr nui.rr llloro is " oncIt, It is expl,,,,, aire pork packer of Chicago, has For 50 Cents. Hlipoiitl frolurm n- - lh hr In sct, ll Eagerness to see the laud parade News, was alllietcd for years with Piles eil, among the no doctor or remedy helped heads of the d tit r thrown the Tux Board of that city Thp twici:..-wki:' ,l",p" lor ":.'" ' along Fifth avenue and Broadway tn.it UticJclui'8 Arnica salve, theuntil ho rouninii-jnuuoi.''i n'i- best in tried bewilderment NAb Ih lh, p ac bureaus but whenever h in l"t" U iiilld Htnlu of...., f ,. ,1M1 enables the owners ol windows the world. luixvntes, txvo boxes xvliol,,.. ,,,,,. tl.p Hlli.prinr ot ll ...I,.,mntt, ,,,,.,.'....- - ,rrB r''0C'''0i allor.lorJo not .i,,,, c," '" "" " "." '"P"'. ........ I. cancy occurs the reouisition ells ,n i b o for Piles, ""'"F ly cured him I n fa along the route lo rent them at fiif Atli'ii'loii Ik nUo called In Ibe Iteiinli assessed tiie personali ol his (inn more'"I rerel nrH. inure joint p mi..p Cure uaranteed. Only s.Vj. Sold by tor a man. n hdI fabulous prices. tone ood lorlfH ilixn K,ir otinr. I. lion .SuieUy Maitntlin. tnor 1,11 dn'KKi-f- Ioiim r lnne nre worih Justllication of this c.o.wse. ,, lZ '""''i ,T"V . '."!! '! Hl .utiKcrip H'rcliH'.ilu) Hint SiMi,l) n'i A o'l tion pnre i ni.t.ln up ot ecinl nr ! ! "'"L .? .J?"1' ', h"Ul coidit.gto several emnlox,,. , rornmlmilon lo hkphu A FlUNKFORT story has it that Simple eople frre llclm by iIip i pieriiry ii mil' iiioi i ma on iippliciilon ficials, lies in the higher I'tliclei.cv Write in Taylor, Die Republican nominee In vrpy of current Intent rinlirar nhjuu o( in. all millionaires are not conscience'li in limes ol lush, and ;lnfor Governor, has himself, in the leresl FM nt our ilacr niid allowinlr,lr'0, temiue- - f itbxir liiriif In- ,.... less on the subject of taxes. .... .,.,.....;...; o CO., exiromny of ins need, appealed L,lirriSOIlfl l0 (,ctu" "riiilii port nhru terfi ore llliilr.iliil xn.l enUrireil upon "'c i'ali-imj,,'m "'M ' ",,M l0H thom t( fcllfSI.t,f,Hf,IJfc w,,,n,aill For he lirnelil nf tin- lullrt ll.r Ule'l Ih.Ii. person to Governor Bradley lo I.ol ISVIU.K KY . .1 i. ..... at....... i. ion. nre hwnl.oinel v Il'ii4rniil The l!c ,u"nH ,,,r l"'rl'es oi Keeping .. iwnji niiniii ,.r nuiK, come to the rescue of the BepubFarmers Froe Column. in ill cumpulil'n Silicbty MutHiine hIit 11. Inter i a sanitary condition and plaint is made against women on licun machine and save Die partj epilog to eery of ihe rmily Under this heading xvill bo of lack of imiiistij or published notices not to exceed (I lines by making a few speeches. affording protection to the per- account The ..iiWrip'inii prli ol (be lUpoblip it. each, front farmers xvho are subscrib""" pet yeir f sonnl and property rigiits of our menial e(iiipment. I. SlIMilllV One bureau chief alledg ers , who have hoie.s, niules. cows, llT.illne . j;, yfr TUB Democratic VOtlTH should own and the eitizeiiN (if foreim t.,li pi, eta lire m,u Ii i'i ollere I seed, Arc., for sale, free of cliargo. J fir look tho situation squareb in the nations is substantially all " the women cannot adiipt iheiiiHenes Inw pr e of nl the et f,a n enr. To face. The light is between Goe United Stales m.t out of tin. re. to as great a aiieiy of wotk as Till: I'OPUI.xIl I.I.NK Knit ffciire I li i - Inw rii e hmli mnt t'e ordrri'l A good milch cow for sale and a men. Another declare tlmt n...... bel and Taylor, and when election ..,, Ii UN 'I 1'niil for ,..i inr inn'. in a ii mail) cheap. (J. I, Hose. St. bniiU, Chiamrn, ninv iiiijiiv iiifi ii i... i ......... 1'inl, Oin dm Kmi. day comes Mr. Brown will liirtt cSenertil Bates and the Sultanti cf "PP?'"" delicient in the ililree nil onli- -i ., I'M K HKI'I'IH.IP of u Thy. Dfiron, rolcilu. nml i pnlnig "! IwilHK, ll exercising that prompt mik menabout as long as a 'paper suit Sulu. IcrNcy .1Iilli 'ov. Nnrili, Uni mill W.i, Corn. Ww ()r. wonui in a near light." In HiK Sultanship receives for his taie jiidgnieiii so iieiiesiirj Iruim, Mobile. Illrmliiifliain. A lino Jersey Milch Uow. xvlth young (!lntaimiii;i, Miniiiniliicr, Thniin.ii. vote cast for him is a half vote for acknowledgment of the suzerain dealing with a gieal. many matters calf, for sale. II PaIiimm. A . . l Iw.t i .... ville, il;iiiiii iiirii.hi, Ch.iri-tnTaylor. .Murray Ledger mii, iiiiii peinas truer S. IJvvry " iy of this Government the same niiiub, IhoIihiiiiIIh, i'iiniit. For .Sale. or Turn, reason is Hint the heads ol im mill F,.cil salary Spain paid him, about 1'J, ' it ii ,,,, .... .. u i ...:.. Three good mules, wagon and farm pn. Mbirni nml nil points in ih. Soinb. ...i ... ....... .1 Helowl'ost-olllco- , ' f..i.l ""iiniiiiiurii II) Ml (i.i ..I inn trial of the politicians (Kill .. j The t and opposite H U uuu ii BHI. im' nuppnii in to Keeps .Surreys. Huggies, charged with couspiiaey to over arms in putting down rebellion rtn'ater consideranon to uon.en, lug implements. Apply Ar.KX". Utci:. JJciMit. nieitiim ViMilbuleil I'lrii CIuhh !onchi' Hvcry accomowild "inokuiK room ilnl ciuuP.r toilet Monies, ivc., for hire throw Die French republic began aiMiiiiRt blsnll.lii.ri x mid Him riohl v'lh piovos a source of einlmr dation given. Your piitroiuige solicitrooms mill hiviilorim fr luillen ;iimI Krn-Miili". for Sale. Monday before the Senate to the to continue governing the islands n,HHm01" nl"''' Dn f In iilleinl.iii.',. cl'iiiKfil ed. I'lirifi fin,' ll can lor an extra Three good Mules ami two harness reading of Die indictment, which of the arehipelaL'o tinder the ar- - ""." r witn tin. conruri nl iu pis4 iikti Mans, for sale. Apply to ,l0 gives some interesting details of rangement that existed with Spnin l'"0''' Vesllbllleil I'lilofiB dleepInK (;r ttIM .7 so. 1). Mavijs. brnMiiiK Itoiini unit llnfei the plot uf the Duke of Oilcans before Die treaty of L'aris as' . ,, 7' .Si 'V I.oais nml Mulipe, New atid his followers lo seize the gov "igncd. ,. '. itm, Mmii Ilaj for Sale. ? '",' ,"",,1 WiLS nl ik. liv 'iiiiiiniii UHlills itiiiiiery, 'flioiniiiivtllH nml .)uckonille. Blacksmith and Undertaker I havo eminent. This iirr..nge...e.. practically re a N,.w York tor sale seventy tons oth.r dl i o Hay. Timothy, $12 00; Mixed. of ond Flu. Ulovcr cognizes those "twin lelics oT bar xvent into a I INOIOIAN, T. I'OK establwhiueut KKNTUOKY. THE chief feature of Admiral barisin " polyg m and slaveti i broad daylight, where twenty w,,,,,,.,. and Timothy. $11 00; trover fll 0(1. OiMieenl I'riillin M.nHr Mobil... a hi JJilllK Hl'.MtV rlm':L,K,;T",.A,'wl," y" " Dewey's reception at Washington within the jurisilicllou ol the Dull ""'.""""i'imh tried to pla m1,i rlit K. B I'OsiCY, V. done, or repair In (lerier'il I'limBiiKer W 11011- wo will be the presentation by I'ichi ed Stales. The Sultan hit- - ii num "",l 7,. ," " "1,,",,u ""''; .i1"1 &e n,.in a peolnlly " u., .. I nl f krp fu his chiefs have fell lipo,, him with e 0f dent McKinley of the tjwnrd vot-o- Iter of wives ,, 2(M) bushels extra miality Irish I'oia I .'rami boiige .Heeling or to the admiral by congress a right under the Mohammedan till he looked liki .i por.uis pliister "Id loejHot tliu (Jariurii No I. Now Oneen Saieridgii c Goods ' The presentation will take place leligion lo practice polygam to handed him overm a policeman. Caiiiiiiori i. o. o. r. ,ar and Maules Tliorotighbritl x'arieties in ,! Holi.l UnU Uul.int Collin hiii1(h..h, wldoti enn upon a stand to be erected on the an extent only limited by their tic fat,)t'0dd be expected for the man not less than 10 bushel lots at fiOo hush, Detroit, .Mich , IW)!l. I,, Hhort nnijce, mel Pare Apple Vinegar, 10 gal. lots, 20o. For the above occ.ndou the Mobile & (.lleilun Btepe leading into the rotunda of sires and Die length of their rtH,un, Now Sweet Cldur by bbj only, at 5 00 Ohio will iiuiko a ouo and outi third iblii priccH. (live 1114 h cud, tiie Capitol ou Die eaet front, I), HI-.IH( Whoopee ! Winter is very near us from the way v fed ,ilnii this time. Aran WiKon, of lliekiuaii. visited in Administration Ilriiilitig live lo llidil that Stale. J 1'iYtirt Director nl the ..IHco HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS cmii-palgs n , I In-ri- Jm ( ( -- o Irn-t- x - 1 l3-- . - - - s ti-- ,s e l"'"ii' ''"'"e "i,',n Uickniiin, Atonl Denier o. isr. hieiiliIm:, ft Ky. Kentucky, b '"' cham-naie- d - Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Harrows, Culti One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, - - - - 1 , jfi i i ilMt ICKMAIT i e n AXTK - ,. j - l N. i , flil l' xruri.r Capital $50,000.00 - i j ' . - DIK,BOrrO0?LS , ; ul '. I.-- .. Heal-purchase- d o-- I , .nl - I1 "- i ll,o 'yr . ..1-- - - , -- - v nf. l, f- gr-e- i: 11 11 1 iCENTUCKY. j I d-- r e, YOU j j C. BT - eo-i- il j ma.-ocrat- to ' j ' - m t'01.1-MU- )l j ... i -' L, k - 1 1 1 "'" .p H'-n- . I II-- 1 "0'' .,.v.Mr,v,r7..T.,v !.' P'. 11 -- 1I111 U-- R COURIER-JOURNA- L n 'e. - - "'"' - her.-afte- r - Mobile And Ohio Heint-jWVe- kn I i,t . Railroad. S-- 1 11(1 Tie-It- MI . I ,,-- . r - xj ' ' ! . f.M-uli- - . THE STEVE STAR. I I i " mi i iali. 1 1 "" dress-nukin- 1 ' '' . i:nU)H-sa- I "' A. F, OLIVER. r- ' j d , ,,!.; '' 11 i Undortakor' llo.H-on,!, iSSSai .,.:v.',- IStli-ait- h, . , per barrel. Wi Dicki.vbo(, rate 911 tlju curttfluatu pliwi, nih, Hliop ntir the J, h in, r75rf"l,v: t&iW jmt ..fc.i.."1 ..ii 't (r- ir- .1 T' i m Wl -..1 j. , tjfc ., I