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Arta m Vy JL JLXTJLKL.UL -- : ' - iWiiffiSjRiy BOLDEST I" ' I STEWSFA.PEtl .MmV'VfelSi nJ fj WE9TEM'EB,S! fmrnrsrY L. , jr-- . . jRirn?tilt tfi3lu ';. t Jl I -- .4 ii Ig'm" " I .' 7 JtnmTm, "' - ! rMi t 11 n - JTV. T" ""' . - ' !! v . ,., - VOL, XXXIV, NO. 45 I T T T T T TT T T TMT.TTTI.LWOiffTTMTT.TTT YYTMYTM YYTII WT J 4 Ti .' s z . m "t rim -- JTwm& t . T - A? ri K . . .nft1. t&; W- i 4 Anpouncement f K -- ..n. II " .TTT" v vawLrTi i7 m n " . ffltmtptnnittK . r-- " , Local and Personal. of plums that beuuinbs. Wfufpforu wato oof elocution' vn impossible) solution? Lifo h a pleasant institution j Let u take it a It cbnies." "Llfci.Wpddding-fnCurrleK canker : Election Commissioners. The Negro In Cuba. V i TiriT- - " mniMiiMi HiHH III - SP ' I 4U -- , ffiA-- .'JV .& "". : - "P vj-j-fl- i 'TAfItn " :tf W&a M kM K'r Bob Layuo Bpent Sunday in Wlngo. . .. ift. '4-- . ' ' Jftr . let -- Nutting parties will soon bo in Elmo Ueqvus went,, to Fulton Oywtcm ' or- - day Sun- - r"yB WJi urcJ.fi.'aHtHl to - '"' ;f" iirroriirkruif Jackets, Capes, A ' f x. . 'kiwis'. "jt... announce thut our kFALL OFFERINGS of ulflB4k i . '. v rai ,v-- i el daHy ftttho City bakery; .v-Ad: I" Fresh and Oelery rooelv of Gy1tf t & 'irk-Aunpe- ',- UdA Wir'. 'rnv nr orno riU)m.Ttam FuK too yewtirdayi , , i PSIr SSThIV y ' ' . ..i r aoww VJ Sl wr. rnner ' ww ." 1 ...I '""' 1.. Adt tiltl.. o'um, mymmj,, qSnmb Mr. Henry mtHeon7 InMdiUr: . 1 J- KT &M'ttk IMIH'tMiia j a. 'V, . ' t 5 Ladies SLITS, Millinery, "r:s " o(l9,, -- Xr:lcw BtracMaHH Oi'KMi ifHCuiinaiil ISJTO IWfRMR.C untuu lT Ami our general , 'WhWtfV .wrKeAefeniotf 6 '" "Vtx.rzai & "Doom ,r snnj: miF.nzrri. 7? tin f'J ' lines of DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, FURNISH INGS. Ac, are now rendy for innncfltiou, and' we invite "v6ir at- '' y lention to the excellence of our Block. " iieJgo at lar kWmjiM -- I r.. tPFriAi will occur next nispuY. 4t?-ir- ;'.. . . - 4 l"Md- . x "- ? wi-ek- Avi laL . Of Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats , S " - -- r r . M&ti vr r"- X Tx-Z7- Mdb'dar afsbt . fjUN ASS . National Detuooratie' caa- paigi;; proviued Bryan is the aom- ln ."'! OopbAl tn . nrnlah tba f . .w .IV 2 T7 nralb and McLean the sany. Z "" . it ' ' tt upea i. , iae jforti. . i j ' 'TIlflrA Mtrni lint nna aflPaMtloA iwayo flgbt the trusts and (bis is to withdraw Government proteo; .iiiaa iiu upeu uar pons id me acta of all coontries ree of exeept or purposes of rev ".- .-- ;txt. U The New Yolk Tribune devotes The State Election Commissioners have appointed the fol- nn article to the "Color Lice In, lowing County Election commis- Cnbu," and bemoans the faot tbat already the white people of the Issioners: ' land are Imitating the caatom of PULTON COUNTV. John T. Blythe, (Dem.) ' Luke the Southern States and drawing the Dowel, (Dera,) Robert Wllliujr-ham- , a line sharp and distinot. It la matter of oommon Knowledge (Rep.): : that the raoes bayve intermingled HICKMAN .COUNTY. pretty freely in Ouba. fa .comm W. T. Walker, (Dein.) S. D. merce, in politics and in aoelal Griffey. (Dem) Thon Emtnain life, and this ia no doabt riinnn. (Rep.) sible for the mongrel pop"aitino QRAVKB COUNTY. now .inhabiting: 'Rat ' T. George, (Dem ) W. I). conditions ace the island. Evea changing. J. .1 ftnlllvun.' fDnrii anil T. H flpno. La Lucha, the leading paper of Havana, is, according to Tiibaue, X UK by, (Rep,.) T 4f pro Hip ting the tendenoy toward ractal antagonisms is politica, by Sa)el as Manager. rdeolarlng tbat nagro aaffragaaR deria independent goverapaent Vloine of the papers clAitn that Is has been arranged that Ooebal. thenotito be thon'ght of, and that ?A nan moat ?f Kentook, and McLean of self black subordinateprepare himf.'.u for a. role hi any Ohio, urfl (n havA nharsa 'nf tha .1 x.v obetne of aotonomy 4 , urpanarv "snaaiaproveKe ftkHopinion."" Largest Creataerr xLlnpolo -- whiea nay iviiujr Anenean BQiiitaryTnie." TBTrlknnboIda that tala ne ft ' ;.if Aytti A!4',"tv ..'vaa dls- - tlnelidn'of ... Neb.., ela:'mat" tha. baVin " -T beginning '' .ir l.t LtL . TUESDAY, OCT. 3rd, r tie Roek. Ark., la tha.l.roaat iitt. .tifttt UUlflV ruiakfarflP nntlnnaoai eepuoD, bdt iriWUakeltjft " 3 ' . ""T' MLworldf It also' leads in plau'te, lonir estahliabid. Hoi. JEdThouiaa, ncceedfl;iv Darrei staves, the Flounioy; an attorney forthe. .O. raiP ; tharUaiaoltf (at mm tmm r . qlywlMB ery.low ,wrf 3 WSMfiftf w IrttX::ZBKSt Xivi , ; : ...- up,j. rsii. .e3 '7, SoWWNVlL'Vit t'HMk r ,U-aswp- I, . ". T If lift, batteroiilk laslae of plant and flow :aaee. It ia bat. Inaieted that Ltaaula tania oC-!v-l s.r creamery ob tarifc.1" nt' anjj spaaly, bat apjoiaar la tsaV.lar.tv -. r :- HQu ' . i-- ., ' ' . jw ai ;' " 3T Pi "7V'"wm m . tlis,rK,:, -- aiW. J'y?- Tin Millincrj; Denartmeirt i in charge of Mls Asin: JOinqHu, arisiHted b ' Miss Tostki.W), of St. Louis, who was with us'lfot Spring. . J. a 3 t havi this roaMtn ijouelil un unusually .latin1 Ntouk of Millinery, and nrn '.. yvi' .... 1.! J. ....1... , &r ,tlpi j i unu ..::... juciiiiMi 111 incline jirirrn. )it i.i. ..i:.i.'..i Iiiich of Our .v Ladies, misses and Wren's i Jackets, Capes, 177'. 7. V-lJMP.K IkV'lJ S. f rru 2 Lil S. nm mjJtpuu.-.'Hl.t. orlhe' .ned llir Bepart jal.hera KaMi. HWjfwo oelng totalljr, deatraf4Vi that aMWentbJ Plraf nf llilwii V ' ltv raoana latertir waf.swo ihI, 'of rtireX worl W 11117 JVUL WIIV11 111C IHJdb UU I11U ! puiupkiu anil thu fodder's in thu shock." nufclass. At Kbarhov. thfi'cani orttie purpose In the wof tid of the government of that was completed fonr months ago, 1" Send your onion to the new City inline, workmen are leaving in wiin a capacity of 30,000 pounds HaLtry for Fnwh Uydten anil Celery. of butter a day and working at j Tim Society of United Charities large numbers, wishing to spend tiat they consider their last days present at slightly lu excess of w ill meet next Tuesday ut 3 o'clock p s at their village in., at Mi-- Annie Helurs. The homes. The fac- half its capacity, with an average nre reinisted to try and Ihj jinent. tory owners have asked the po- of 17,000 pounds. mwaimmjwr tmr w na California and' ;narteyj(ewtoa. whalias . had ty- dilUilereflQil alspfexported. It' aerB.stKried on a aKJMimHbite; 1 phoid ferooY ve"ralVeeiav-Kwuie llUR itlA " ;- WDPBl Mllfin nmnnvaad ueflirtoei Nev., flve'fyelraafai'aai;; J better.', i " ;" . ,.; r.i vivu- V" s. tUlOB IBMIBI iBLftl IIU Mr, John Buchanan, of daicewas IU UC 'or. .The .C0nanv ailVr- -n culled to town Moaday' to att&dtho U'inrM liaf'kati atiArt '-. f hajwrffttfr Werld. " tp-tae a iw BBLaw iyor liBVeila r sUlllalta whila jn-- " &g ., 'V:: - an-Jt- at . '..? ? s. fCm bmgtmUj i-t'- s'ul 1 s iiicin-ber- 1 Skirts, 5 " and Ladies SKirts We hantllc the celebrated BEIFELD garments, which are m art' utiburnassfd. well known throughout the United States. The uninu is a gnarantoe f the quality. We show a very large asjnrtiucnt. "" take measiirs for Suits, Pants. Overcoats or funcv Vests, for Koliu Hrns. Tuiloritig Co." at M. B. ' SHAW'S. Tho residence of Amos Nicliols, col , in East Hickman, was destnived bv tin Thnrhday niht nf l.iit week. Mucli of bis Household and kitchen ftirnituro was destroyed. The oriLrin of tho fire U uiikuowu. The houo was insured for The ej)Iosi()ii of a lamp in tho parlor at tho Commercial Hotel, Saturday night, caused tho tiro alarm to bo sounded, and ntnoh excitement prevailed for a short timo Tho flames en quickly extinguished, tho damage' to tho furniture being slight. A nice, hot shavo, fair treatment, up tO'dato work. Tlieso will be found at the NEW BAHBEH SHOP, in Miss .Judge's old inillinerv store. Prompt A. L. HoiKivo, Prop'r. service Mrs. Haskell, tho noted elocutionist, will give some of her readings at City Hall, Friday night, Oct. Ofli. Mrs ueioro iilcKinan au-- i j uiiiKcu uas oeen diences seveml times, and many remeni- her her readings were received with mucn enjoyment una real ueugnt. Cooler Yes. It is tho very kind of weather a good cup of Coffee is appreciated. Tho kiud thut can bo made of Chase & Sanborn's famous Cotfeo will pleu.se you. Sold only by H. Buchanan A little fellow went to ctiurch witli his father last Sunday morning, says one of our exchanges, and was greatly interested in tho taking up of the col lection. Ho watched the ushers for a time, and then whispered to his father, ''Papa, more than half tho people got in free, like wo did." I i grr Tho will expert tailor, P. If i Our OATALOGUK of Wraps and Suits will be mailed to any address, plication. upon ap- - L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 uiauuuiaauuiauuuiauuuuuauuuuuaiuauuiuuiul . I REAL ESTATE T. - Cash Book istore. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special intention given to the selling of Heal Estate of nil kinds; and represents a full lino of the best and most reliable Fire Iiihup mice Companies doing business in the State, ami that ''Old Reliable" MUTUAL M3NKPIT LIFE INSUKANOK 0O., that has already p.ihl out largely over 100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman and vicinity, and is Issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Lite Insurance Company doing business In this country, He solicits your patronage Call and see him. II. T. TTLKK, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, &,c Dig Bargains at II. Call and see our Stock. Every- thing up to date. Maky JJkkkndks it Co. Sale. says: 'A The Troy Nous-Banne- r dog at Willis A; Goodman's null, near Troy, has learned to chew tobacco. He dearly loves tho weed and swallows tobacco, juice and all The dog will go through a coat hanging conveniently on a fence and get tobacco out of tho pock ets. We havo not witnessed this gastronomic feat, but a doeu or more re liable witnesses havo told us it is true." H Ji2MiilllMaei Paid I (k Prut. C. A. IIOl.COHlli:, V. I'rra't. ICKMA1T p 4,l It.tDIVIIIKn We HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Jlsm. B ANK w e. joiiso., Cupital $50,000.00 Bunking Principle's. W. H. BALTZEK IMIOFI TK ftlU.OUO. offer thu moat Liberal Accommodation business. 3ffi Solicits your our . ' .Awa. . to Customers Consistent with Established NVUri.lTM !. G." I. Bortlstt, r (Sticofsi-o- to Win. Dleslelbrink DfALKK ) Buy your Carpets Fancy Groceries and and Mattings at H. Provisions, Buchanan's Closing MCKMAH, KENTUCKY. Res-ldeuc- in 'sanS" Sale. fjONT. A largo sett Gold King, initial S on tho aott. Liberal reward. 'VWft TYLEK, fJ. 0. A. HOL0OMBE, DIBBOTORS J. NAYLOR, m-- W, OOWGfLL, W. L, MoOUTOHEN, M, B. SHAW, FREE DELIVERY. TelephoneStore No. 94; No. 00, J T.Stephens, lice to stop this immigration In order to jirevout the ruination of IT is said that Oapt. Alfred Dreyfus and his wife may spend business. the winter in San Antonia. Tex.. The Democratic Outlook. for the benefit of the Captain's health. Mr. Urey Woodson. Kentucky's Congressman Joe Bailey, of member of the Demourntln nntinn al commjxtee, has returned from Texas, second only to Bryan as uuicago where be attended the re- an orator, will make a number of cent meeting of the national com speeches in Kentucky for Goebel. He will make a tour of the' first mittee, says the Courier Journal district. Mr. Woodson says that the national committee is taking a deep Now the insurance oompaniea interest in the Kentucky are kicking against the trusts, and believes that the defeat the oombines are beginning to inofGoebel would be an Irrep sure their own institutions, setblow to the party. He says ting aside a certain amount of there is no opposition to W. J. profit for that purpose. Bryan and that his nomination The new horseless oarrtage tn the presidency in 1900 will be tbat Is to be used by the chief of unanimous. the New York fire department will weigh only 400 pounds. Will Not He Trleked. It can travel 100 miles with but a Burlington Recorder. single charge of gasoline, and go It is apparent that tho object as high a speed as forty miles an of the speakers is to hour. cultivate tho sentiment against A movement has been started tho Democratic ticket outil it in Minnesota to combine all the reunites such intensity that when, traveling men in one aggregation. In the past a few days prior to the election. tho word noes down the Brown twelve mouths not less than drummers have been relieved lino ''vote for Taylor," they hope to aae a general rush to the sup- of their jobs and about 75 000 in port of the Log Cabin ticket by the last three years. the Brown following, hence the The Boonytlle i'laindealer says: orators who nre scourinc the Stntn "A Mississippi editor has been acadvocating tho Lexington ticket cused of saving that a merchant hae nothing to say in regard to of his kuowledgi It is supposed the present State administration. be was talking of one of bis own There are some whom the scheme town merchants who would not will not land. advertise would not keep .a calendar in his store, for fear' some Jewels and (lauds. of his clerks would take a day off." The Louisville Times says: Providence, tt. I., the largest silverware factory In the world "Candidate Taylor has been drivthe largest screw factory, tho en to declaring he is against tba largest manufactory for small separate coach law, but then be (a ' tools, and the largest file works. after negro votes now, and, as evPerhaps it Is especially unique in idence of good faith, he should producing more jewelrv than any sign a Iron (I tbat if be is elected other city in the United States, he will not emulate republican and nearly as much as all the rest Judge Gufty and decide tke,Bieaa-urIs a good thing, after alt! of tho country combined. There is no other city which possesses It is rather tough on Kentucky so many sepnrnto shops for the to be treated as a missionary manufacture of a single oommo field. But this would not matter dity as does Providence In the so much If the 100 missionaries ; manutuoture of jewelry. There were not pnlygamista from Utub. are ut leant 250 separate factor But what is the matter with, our ies devoted to the manufacture of clergymen that they do not 'con.., gold, silver, rolled. plated, electro- vert the men from, Utah! Tlieri'' , plated and hi ass jewelry and nov ought to be some 'reciprocity ijt1 ' elites. mi wura. .j, cam-paitn le anti-Goebtrust-smashing 25-00- 0 e AaT jsc i M BIU'AN .remedy OiN TUUSTS. for Recommended Abatement of Monopoly. the result? tempt to secure a monopoly becaus In tha attempt to secure a monopoly, the monopoly has been lowering prices In order to rid Itself of competitors: but w he-- It has rid Itself of competitors, what Is going to be the WHITE OPENS FIG III'. Iowa Dsmocatic Campaign Is In- Tbe Ilnllnr nnd the Mnn Price and Wurch Kffcet of HlKli InrlB liCRlalntluti AkiiIh A f the Kvll. The closini: session of the trust con- fcrencfc at Chicago Saturday, Septcnt- 'bcr 9, was rendered extremely interesting by the speech of William J. Uryan on the subject of trusts, in the course of which he said: "Mr Chairman, Ladles and acntlcmcn: 1 f- - ' h y peoam glad thnt I llv e In a country w here honple can differ from each other, differ estly, express their convictions boldly, and yet respect each other and acknowledge each other's rights. I am not vain enough, however, to think that any good will which .han been expressed by the peop'.e toward me Is due to any personal merit If I have had political friends. It is because people believe with me In certain Ideas or, rather, that I believe with them In certain Ideas makes the man (ApIt Is the Idea that Is only Important as he plausc) The man helps the Iden "1 come to discuss In your presence a great qurstlon, a question of growing Importance to the American people The trust principle Is not a new principle, but the trust principle Is manifesting itself In bo many ways, and the trusts hive grown so rapidly, that people now feel alarmed about trusts who did not feel alarmed three ears ago The trust question has grown In Importance because within iwo years more come trusts have been organU d, when we magto consider the capltallz itlon and the Involved, than were nitude of the Interests organized In nil the previous hlstorj of the country, and the people now come face to face with the question: Is the trust a blessing or a curse? If a curse, what remedy can be applied to the curse? "I want to Mart with the declaration that monopoly In private hands Is Indefensible from any standpoint, and Intolerable (Applause ) I make no exceptions to the rule I do not divide monopolies In private hands Into good monopolies and bad monoplles (Applause ) There Is no good monopoly In private hands There can be no good In private hands until the Almlght sends U3 angels to prcide over us (Applause ) There may be a despot w ho Is better than another despot, but there Is no xood despotism. One trust may be less haimful than another One trust magnate may be more benevolent than another, but there Is no goad monopoly In private hands, and 1 do not believe It Is safe for society to permit any man or group of men to rr.oropollze any article of merchandise or .any branch of business (App'ause ) "What Is the deferse made of the monop-o- 'j 1 1 he defense of the monopoly I? alw ays p'aced on the ground that If ou will allow people to control the market and Hx the price they will be good to the people who purchase of them Th entire defense of the trusts rests upon a money argument If the trust will sell to a manw an article for a dollar lesn than the urtlc'e ill cost under other conditions, then. In the opinion of some, that prov es a trust to be a good thing In the first place, I deny that under a monopoly the, price will be reduced. In the .second place. If, under a monopol, the lrlcc Is reduced, the objections to a monopoly from other standpoints far outweigh the financial advantage that the trust would bring mo-nop- "Tho primary cause of monopoly is tne love of money and the desire to secure the fruits of monopoly: but I believe that falling prices caused by a rising dollar have contributed to this desire and Intensified It, because people with their plants, seeing the fall In prices, nnd measuring the loss on Investments, hive looked about for som. means by which they could protect themselves from this loss, and they have Joined together In combinations to hold up prices la order to protect their Investments from n loss which would not have occurred but for tho rise in the value of dollars and the fall In the level of prices (Applause.) "Another thing that, to my Judgment, ha aided monopoly Is a high tariff Nobody can dispute that a tariff law, an Import duty, enables a trust to charge for Its product the price of a similar foreign product, plus the tariff. augurated. ' Chnrnctrrlatlc Drclnmtloni on Frrr Trade, Trusts, Iniicrt.illaa and Money by the Farmer O rut or. The democratic caiiipnign in lows was opened nt Davenport on the even Ing of the Hth by n large meeting of the Mute forces. The principal speaker was Fred K. White, of KeoKuk count.v. candidate for the governorship, wlio said: "Now, some have suggested that to put ever) thing on the free list that trusts make would destroy the trusts. I do not agree w ith this statement, as It Is mnde so broadly. I believe that tho high tariff has been the menus of extortion, that it has aided the trust to collect more than the trust otherwise could collect Hut I do not believe that you could destroy all trusts by articles on thn fiee putting all trust-mad- e list Why? Uecause, If an article can be produced In this country us cheaply as It can be produced abroad, then the trust could exist, without the benefit of any tariff at all, although tt could not extort so much as It could with the tariff, and while some relief may come from modifications of the tariff w e cannot destrov monopoly until w e lay the ax at the root of the tree, anu make monopoly Impossible b law (Applause.) Touches on the Tariff. W j. - K l) J r. . k H V "Out I protest In the beginning against uetUtng 'every question upomthe dollar ar; a u menu (Applause and cheers ) I protest against the attempt to drag every question down to the low level of dollars and cents. (Applause ) "In 1S39 Abraham Lincoln wrote a letter to some people at I'.ostor, and in the course of the letter he ald The r publican party believes in the man and the dollar, but In case of conflict It believes in the man before the dollar.- - (Applause ) "Nothing Is more Important than that we :shall. In the heglnnlrg, rightly understard the relation between monev and man (Applause ) Man Is the creature of God and money H the creature of man (Applause ) Money Is made to he the servant of man '(applause), and I protest against all theories that enthrone money and dtbase man-kin- d tl'rolongid applause ) "What is the purpose of the trusts or the monopolies? Cor when I use the word trust I use It in thr sense that the trust means monopoly, and what Is the purpose of monopoly? If ou want to find out ou can ilrd out from the speeches made by those who are connected with tho trusts "1 have here a speech made by Charles It 'Flint at Boston on the 25th day of last May, .and the morning papers of the 2oth, In describing the meeting, said that he defended the trust before an exceedingly sympathetic audience, and then added, 'for his audience was composed almost excluslv ely of lioston .bankers ' (Applause.) ' KITce't on Haw Vlnterlnl. "The first ndvantngc of a moropoly Is to .lower the price of the raw material furnished by the people to that combination. (Applause.) Those plants which are best .quipped and most advantageously situated are run continuously, and In preference to those less favored The next thing .Is, after you have bought up all the factories, to c ose u part of them, and turn out of employment the men who are engaged In" them (Applause) And, If jou will go .about over the country jou will see where peoples have subscribed monev to establish enterprises, and where those enterprises, having come under the control of the trusts. 'have closed up, and stand now as silent monuments to Hie wisdom of the trust system (Applause.) In case of local strikes and fires, the work goes on elsewhere, thus preventing serious loss Do not the laboring men understand what that means? In case of local strikes or fires, the work goes on elsewhere, thus preventing serious loss What does It mean? It means that if the people employed in ono factory are not satisfied with the terms fixed by the employer, rand strike, they can close down that fac- itory, and let the employes starve, while they go on In other factories without loss tto the manufacturers. IlrnliiM nt a Discount. 'I want to warn you that when the monopoly has absolute control brains will bo at a discount and relatives will bo necessary to (Applause.) 'fill these positions. When there Is competition every employer has to get a good man to meet competition; but when there Is no competition, then nnybody san sit In the office and receive letters and inswer them when everybody has to write to the same house for anything he wants. (Laughter and applause.) There Is noques- lion about It A trust, a monopoly, enn les- nni the tost of distribution. Uut when It does so, society has no assurance that It will get any of the benefits from that re-ductlon of costs In reduction of price, Hut you will take away the necessity for that skill, for those bruins You will takeaway, , ' the atlmulus that has given to us the quick-ness the alertness, of the commercial truv- -' tier ind thiBe men, these commercial bvangellKts who go from one part of thn oitntry to the other carrying the merits of tnolt respective goods, there will be no need .' 'or them, bemuse, when anybody wants them all he has to do Is to write to the one ''' wan ,vvho Iiuh the thing for sule and say: What will ou let me have It for (Applause ) , "What If. thelrst thing to be expected of a trust? That it will cut down expenses. v v ,VW What In the n.tcnd? That It will ralae Ltf pricee ,Wa have rot had In this country mo-etTS va tuStf of u cunp.e'.e trust, a complete V"ovo'v- - and we esnnot tell vhat will be the l results of u cbrop el. monopoly by looking 4t U6 rnvit'-- we Lave followed from at -- Protest Against Ilnllnr Mnndard. wdn . - A t' -- a "Now, I believe that we ought to have remedies In both state and nation, and tha they should be concurrent remedies. In the first place, every state has or should hnvo the right to create any private corporation which In the Justice of tho people of the state Is conducive to the welfare of the people of that state. I believe that we can safely Intrust to the people of a state the settlement of a question which concern them. If they create n corporation and 'I i comes destructive of their best interests, they can destroy that corporation, and w can safely trust them both to create and annihilate If conditions make anrihllatlons necessary "In the second place, the state has, or should have, the right to prohibit any foreign corporation from doing business In the state, and It ought to hnve, or has, the right to Impose such restrictions and limitations as the people of the state r.suy think neces-snr- y upon any foreign corporation doing business In the state In other words, the people of the state not only should have a right to create the corporations they want, to protect but they should themselves from any outside corporation. ItcpuMlt'iin nnd Irre Trade. do not think, this Is sufficient. be"Hut "Hut 'adl and gentlemen, will you Ij lieve. In addition to a state remedy, there must be a federal rcm'd, and I believe that llrve me when I tell ou that all this Ji congress has, or should have, the power to of n r. ihroughout all these enr. nil ta place such restrictions and Urn tations, ev en Incn as . g and ever Intenslfjlrg happlncf was Ir.slpiJ and devoid of flavor when cor to the point of prohlb Uuii upon ar.v that wants to pared to ill Indescribable, rapturous s J c f the state. I say that sallnn I experienced when, upon read Its do business outside congress has, or nhould have, power to this j nr'n Iowa republican platform ther s.iw mv pet doctrine of free tr.J place upon that corpoiatlon such limitations and restriction , even to the point or bo' ,v announced and sanctioned. "As I rtad tho e lines which dcclurl prohibition, as mav ,, congress seem neces sary for the protection o the public good. that industr and commerce should 'governed by the natural laws of '1 Mote Should Decide. I at once saw the republicans "Now, I believe that these concurrent Iowa had been guilty of plagiarism, remedies will reach the Difficulty, that tho otolen the solldest part of the free trl people of every state snail first decide speech I had delivered in the first seim whether they want to create a corporation: d congress, in wh;cn 1 of the that they shall, second!), decide whether did my utmost to emphasize thdruoeirnjL they want any outride corporation to do thit Industry and commnrct 'shoU(9fho business In the state, nnd. It xo, upon vhat gov emeu oy ine natural tawsoi tne won. conditions and. thirdly, that congress shill "These politicians no more Intend f enexercise the right to place upon ever) cor- act this fr e trade principle Into lawthan poration doing business outside of the state they intend to vo untarl surrenibr the In which It is organized such limitations politic ll powf r they new possesi II rf we and restrictions as may be necessur) for have a chra terlstn sample of the protection of the public good of the politician to diss, intile, h re t e I av ' 1 do not believe that the of one the d gree of the ilepli-nllhpor's of stai can rel upon the peopie of another which he Is cap.il!' To tneasun correctstatr In the management of corporations. ly the Mgnlflcance of this free 'ride One method has occurred to m ', and to mo of the republhan pUl'orm we It seem.' u complete method It ma not must compare It with the size of the handcommend itself to ou If jou have somecuffs these same politicians hav- - helped thing better I shall accept It In the place of 'to place upon Industrv and conmerre ' this which I am about to suggest i!ut the These harduffs represent In mn) inmethod that occurs to me Is this: stances i univalents to embargoesan en"That congress should pass u law provid- title selling aside of that 'natural law of ing that no corporation organized in any the world ' To a'low the natural law of state should do business outside of the state th world to 'govern trade and cotrrnen.'e' In which It is organized unti'. It receives and at the ame lime to enforce th provl-lien- s ldw Is to describe a of the I)irgl from some power created b congress a II condition of thirgs in Its. If impoxsililc cer.se authorizing It to do business ) Now, it tha of Its own state Iti'liriil the llni;l- - l.utv. corporation must come to this body createo "That two ami two -e tlvi thit ne by congress to secure permission to do busilime man mav be mono dead and a ive ness outside the state, then that license can all ovi r at the amm moment that wai be granted upon condition, which will. In overfows nnd drenching rnlns in the first place, prevent the watering of coexist In the same loralllv with a pannslock; In the second place, prevent monop- ing drought, ridiculous and Impo oly In any branch of business, and, third, cordltlons are Just as consistent nnd provide forpubliclt) as to all of the transcan be made to appear Just as true as he actions and business of the corporation propos tlon to have the natural laws of the world govern lndustr and commerce Cnimtltullon .Ml Klit lie CliiuiKCd. "If such a law is unconstitutional and so while the Dlngley ,iw Is getting In ts declared by the supreme court, I urn in fa- stilling work theTo enjoy the benefits of 'he of natural lnw the unnutu at vor of an amendment to the constitution operation law LMngiev rcp,.ild I ut that will give to congress power to destroy why fool tin mutt first bemore'' For he peopie once (Applause) overwhtlmlrg re.mon everj trust In the country that, having ov What government gives the government thetns.lv- can take awaj What the government cre- the ,chedule of th In the construction of ates tt can control, and I Insist that both words, having i r ( tuliJIngley bill In other the hreaslwotk l the state government and the federal govthe shelter e protect the man the country was of which the .spoliation of ernment must mndi possible Is imw e man whom we started being s)3temathdilv attempted und repubfrom the the out with (Applause ) "I have faith that these questions will be lican politician an Inuring the omln..ui ng sounds of the Having nettled and settled right, but I want to pro- sown the wind, gather are storm trjlng to now thev test against thu doctrine that the trust is a avert the Inevitable, the reaping of the natural outgrowth of natural laws It Is whirlwind not true. The trust is the natural outgrow th "The rapid multiplication of trusts, whl-- h of unnatural conditions created by man-maIf not speedily arrested In radicallaws (Applause ) There are some ly revolutionizing our must end soclet) by stute of who would defend everything, good or bad, eliminating ull competitive Industries and on the ground that It Is a part of destiny Individualism and substituting therefor in (applause) und ou cannot Inquire Into It. enervating, degrading Is a truth The fact that It Is proves that it Is right; becoming every da so nrrfdom. that It the fact that It Is proves that It has come to Into stay, and the most potent argument that Is forcing Itself even Trnutunwl'llng minds. lis II. Cnufi of was ever mude In defense of a vicious "The trust evil, as any other evil, Is cur-ab'- e was not that It was right, and ought to only when the active causes that prostay, but that It has come to stay whether you like It or not, I say that Is the most po- duce it are eradicated You can as easily conquer lntempcince by continuing the tent argument that has ever been advanced subdue the flame by In behalf of an error It Is here; It has come drink habit, as eas to stay; what are you going to do about It? feeding It oil as lo crush out the trusts by leaving untouched the active causes thit Should Teat Pulillo (liievtlonn, make possible their formation Three poIn a civilized society the tential causes exist under the Joint opera"I believe that question is not what Is, but what ought to tion of which the trust evil so lustily flourbe (appluu.se), and that every proposition ishes One Is n natural cause, has always must bo urralgned at tho bar of reason. If existed and will so continue and Is difficult you can prove that a thing is good, let It to deal with The other two are purely stay, but If you cannot prove that It 13 good, artificial causes and are far easier of soluyou cannot hide behind the doctrine that It tion Tho natura1 cause ( man's everlasting, unreasoning nvarlclouness Is here nnd you cannot get rid of It. I beThe two lieve that tho American people can get rid artificial causes are. first, the protective anything that they don't want (great tariff and, aecond, railroad discrimination. ot applause) and thnt they ought to get rid of Natural Cun si- - of Triiftla, everything that Is not good, (Applause.) "Lst u i now recur to the question of how Pluce of the utlon. to neal with the natural cause of the trust "For 100 years this nation has been the evil, man's greed Let me first tell ou light of the world Tor 100 ears the brii of how the republican purtv has dealt with It. all nations have looked to this nation for It has studiously encouragd! man's greedy hope and Instruction. Let us settle these disposition b multlpivlng the opportunigreat questions that we hnvo, let us te tck ties for Its gratification, thus aggravating the world the blesslngof a government th:t Into a worst state whut was In a bad state speak of comes from the people, nnd let us show before. These opportunities them how happy and how prosperous peo- hiv been created by law 'flu enactment ple can be 1 believe the doctrine that God of the Dlngley law was in so many words mude all men of the same dust and did not an Invitation to ull who felt Ine Ined to make some to craw Ion hands and knees and Join In systematically plundrrlng the peoLet us ple. The 57 per cent, of protection nt a time others to ride upon their backs show what can be done when we put Into when the benellclartos are selling their In the viractual practice thosevgreat doctrines of hu- wares In every marketlicense, world Is pera legal man equality and of equal rights and mako tually a government this government what the futhers Intended, mit, to extort up to u ruinous point from so that we shall lead thu world step by step the American public Here we see how tho republican patty alone Is r sponsible for to higher ground." the wholesale creation ot opportunities to g gratlfv this und humanity If the trusts will only stand by disgracing propensity, of avnrlcc, McKlnluy us close iih MuKnlry Air. "How arv we to deal with this stubborn stands by Dm trusts, one cun cuslly see vice? K Idently, Instead of encouraging It wa should restrain it. Instead of multiply fci. flDbb.- - St. 1'uul Globe. 1 -1 1 Kitty-secon- Concurrent lleineillcs Needed. "During quite a lengthy nnd somewhst checkered political career I hnvo ncv r lidded to the temptation of Injecting nothing concerning mj.sclf Into the cnnv' Hut this time I have concluded to break th rule, for I havo persuaded myself to mak a public confession. I wnnt to confess tr.j' ns the term Is ordinarily understood I am politician. Were I to be ever no pernot sistent I should muke a uniform failure i" trvlng to play the role of the profession politician. "To suppress convictions nnd ndvocate false doctrlncH Is n tine art that I nevrr learned My mind has had no training " t direction. .My calling In life ha wrrk upon the farm has not been n m sch'-o-l In which to acquire the power which so effectually characterizes the polltiotn-th- e power to dissemble. This lack of ity on my part to advocate what I do not believe has hnndlcapped me at tlm in my relations with the party with which I have for CO years acted. Kor Instnnc the democratic pirty hus nlwns taucv. tl. doctrine of tariff for revenue. Wi h thJs dgma I have never been aide to h'" monlze my convictions. PorMvrnrsI hsve given my nlleglnnce to the edlf)lng, and God-pr- o claimed principles of free trade, nnd Mve long enough to see the constitution amended so we can enact these prlnclp' Into lnw Is the anient hope of my soul "When 45 years ngn good fortune landd me from the overcrowded monntchy o' Prussia Into the then almost unlnhnbtt : prairies of our beloved Iowa, 1 was happ When, even before the war of !, I begin laying the foundations of my future n free people. I was stl'l hnppbr When, at the age of IS. was given tht w portunlty to do Tattle for the flag unf"-whossheltering folds I had taken refut thus actually earning with a muskatin right to live In ihls country. I reJolcH When, nt the end of the war. I succeeded marrjlng the woman of my choice In Jolod still more When at different tin i sevcnl healthy Infants were born Into t houpeho'd. I was happy on all these meir oiab'e occasion th-vci-p- j ing oV.rtunltlrVfor this fiatlncatloii M...I opportunities should be diminished, taken away so far ns lies In human pons". The scop within which this evil pHssl-iptnyi shoul he constantly more and more circumscribed, but ever enlirged, Instead passion of Investing this with the powerful snnctlon of the law, It should bo put under the ban of th law. The 57 per cent, of encouragement to this vice should be withdrawn so that all men would stnnd more nearly on nu equal, so 'Industry and commerce could be governed b) tha natural laws of tho world,' 'When two or more already strong corporations combine nnd by virtue of this combination acquire an Increase of power, ind then vo use this power as to Intllct a permanent wrong And enduring Injustice upon society, then, under thn law of common sense, under the provisions of the common law. under the law of High Heaven itself, the nctlve promoters of this combination stand conv'Med as conspirators against the public good a crime only one degree less than armed treason against the state'. Kor tho unfety of soclet). In the sacred name of the commonwealth, these conspirators should bo deprived of ntlnuc their all further opportunities to criminal career by receiving life sentence Thus, white we ir some penal Institution dinnot tear nut of mnn's nature his greedy Imposition, society hits an undoubted light to defend Itself against this evil passion li) withdrawing tho opportunities for Its whoiesulr gratification Ai at once, with scarcely time lo think, this Issue of Imperialism, which from th v r n mire of the case, in view of the mo-inlous cousequt nees which mut Immedl-i- t l) and iiecrssurtlv begin to follow, has hecome so transcendent!) Important that we are safe In mi) lng It tcmitorarll) sweeps iilde all otherquestlons If we cannot now s tile It, we are sure to find a solution fnr If tie money question In the nesr future we cannot at once suppress the trusts we re certain to reach tht point when the e will be anxious to unite In the pari tlc duty of unhorsing their oppressor If we cannot now have Justice done us by rsl wa managers, our patience and fortl-tul- e l will qua if y us to the not dls-n- r liv of our deliverance AH oth'r Inns ran wait, but the I'sue of Im in p. ilslism must be set'led at once. The u- -i of the qurstlon Is lUCii It cannot lie n.i poi'poned Dnrgrr In Indorsement. ' Should our people sanction the MeKln-- e purposi of the merciless ronquot of an mistake, however uple. th innoirrt fuul. innot be rectified, for a polle) wh, so radical.)' dlff rent hen l from all that has characterized our ante-- i life, a x)llc) that will so edent nitloral irrevo ihl) commit us to new and fir-r- . aching International obligation, that Map from these new conditions will be out of 'he question It requires no gr ster sift than the penetrating discernment of n mon sense to enable anour to know i hit If we r to assume snd wear the 'ciptir of Irwperl illstn. the subjugator of im iv) or ISlOO.Wof Fl.lplnw wll not b th- - end but only the beginning of our new i areer goes nbout the "Pr-- i Idrnt McKln'e) ped school eh'.l-ln- n 'slicing to tinde-vtl- t i ountr as to ruurnliiK volunteer, i. w.t,.iiiiexttunublc sarcMt) of the si 'i it 'he r i ivi"g tn u somewhat liffi rmt form the c4p'0ld doc'rlne that 'the king can lo no wrong" In nbout so man) word we ate told that whaUvrr the circumstances under which the flag It raited, when one floated It inuil b kept Ihere at an) sacrifice ir n, URGE PARTY UNITY. Democratic Leaders Plead Strongly for Peace. the conclusion rnanlnimitly Committee National Adopt llesuliitltiu to PnniHinUr Urd to .Metll ruction Difference. At a meeting of the national democratic committee In Chicago, .Monday, September lrt. ev(5ov. William .1. Stone, of .Missouri, iuttodiiffil the following resolution, which was adopted by u rising vote: cratic party ,! aw-al- um-hr- d 1 I tion dealing with factional ililTcrrucrn was Inspired bv the situation thnt ov"' """ ists In ( li leu go nod some-pa- rt Thev noW outside of Cook county. wnnt he right between the regular organization, of which Mavor Harrison is the lender, and the Altgcld forees. t licit has been exploited nt two meetings of tin national committee through Hie medium of attacks on I.MIlor Devlin, of bureau, concluded forthwith. the pre To bring aleout this finale they have vested l hnlriunn .1. It. Johnson, of the Mrnneleer In Mlrmlnnrs. executive committee, with cvtraonll-nsr( ommitteetnen at the meeting u Mjw errand established hi in nt the Vk ihnlrman W J Htesmsv Mlwsnr hi'iiUctinr-terhead of pcrnmnent extcetutlve John crelt . A VvaWb lewa. J to be opened in tills citj within 30 son Kansas. Thomas Uahaa. It'ltwl H 1) t'avioa ( halrman Johnson is eii(i!lv act'rey Woodson Alabama clnvs. J M ICtn'utkt J M Head T ceptable to the Harrison unci Altxelct fluff) V II Thetrpeon. Ivar.la I 1 "The national committee of tho demoIn session ut Chicago to con sider the work of party organisation, pre purntory to ths campaign of lsi, sends greeting to the democrnc) of the nnllon. with the assurance that the prospect t democratic success next year grows brighter every day. We huve ev ery reason for confidence t to the outcome- "The great need now Is party unity and thorough orgnrlzatlon "The committee uppeul. therefore, to our parly friends li all statts. and especial!) In states whrre elections nre to be heal this ear to put aside nil local whereve they exist and support the regular part) tickets earnesll) nnd inthuslnstlcall), keeping n'wa)s In view the great struggle of next )eur nnd remembering thut in unity thr Is strength and In division weakness ) "lp-ciiill- y do we appeal to the drmocrsc) t give loal support lo the regular tnket In that state, headed by Mr Umbel, and thereby muke sure of a democratic vlcioi) In the stale and the return of senator lllackburn to the senate ot tlm L'nlted Stales ' Wish Chli'iiU" I'luM lluded. The members of the executive committee laeltly ndtnltteduflertlieirmeet-In- g thut the iflragrup)i In the resoluKen-tuck- "Personally," he said, "I have come to that the democratic) party cannot huvc too' many members. We want as many as we enn get. We have taken the key out of the lock nml thrown itawav. The door will be with; open hereafter. The elTorta of the national committee from lids time will h s devoted to harmonizing existing ami unifying the party. All suhemi's of organization governed by any other spirit would fnjl of their purpose The men who comprise the personnel of the new working niinuilt tecs are a unit on this matter," IMensrit with VoU Hoar, Almost it limit exception the nntional committeemen exptessed satisfaction with the testiltani the Hireling The.v Mid that while no essential post, live business had been performed with the exception of the defining of Mr. Johnson's powers, much work for the future had been mapped out. They were enthusiastic over Stone'a resolution, which, thej harmony agreed. Is a direct iuvitution to all drm ocruts to get together. Following are some expression ot opinion alwuit the spirit of the rrolii. dilTer-eneeex-tio- Hon- - lre. WtHMlson.of Ivriitnck.v Thr language is lineitiloenl. The resolution Is it direct Invitation o alt democrat to join hands with the party In Its future battles. We are in favorof Imritionv . Adair Wilson, of Colorado I voivcl for the resolution iieeatise it icemcd to breathe the spirit of harmony I was glad that Stone Introduced it, and I was equally glad that it was pase'd without a dissenting rotr. Thomas Uahan. of IlllnnW- - There van be no sort of doubt nfter IdiIiiv'h pmeeeclln that tin' ilemoe'rotle al committee Is In favor of ar 'I he resolution adopted has on!v mon.v It one klgnllicHhce an appeal to ili mcKTHts to get tegr titer, and lis rf feet uK)tt the party organization etcr where is lumnd to Im goesd. J U. Johnson, of Kansas l!x Oov Stone's resolution marks a new spirit r ami M'utitncnt la the democratic gaiiizHiion, ami have no doubt thnt Hn nn members rllrei will Ih of the jsurlv cx-dn- ua-tl- v n 1 A thtwrr dr-laratl- e t,ut-"lil- (Af-flaus- n- i tle "I care not from whom this sickening gush of the infallibility of the flsx ma) (ome, whether from the temporary occu-- I ant of the presidential chair or from sum obscure lav man This doctrine that the flag Is alwas Invested with a jteculUr sanctity and that It must be defended with tfli last life whether It floats from Independence hall, from the top of Hunker Hill monument or from the newly acquired han ms of voluptuous Sulu chiefs this doc rlne that the flag is as hoi) un embli m in "r ore place as in ine oui-- r is ai eiuce d wnrlght childish and ininisel) vicious. In. jpable of being invoked In none o'her unholy cause To ib fend i thnHugdesperate, York harbor flouting from In New the the statue of "Liberty Kn Ightt nlug the World." where ltd glittering stars are with the voices of man nations to detnd the flag where It guarantrer lltw-rtto every slsve and freedom to ever) vd .tin of oppression Is an act of the sublimest pi'rlott'm to defend the same Hag in equatorial In 1 tti les where It a ret If les polrg im nnl tolerates slavery Is a task that ran b conscientious!) performed onl b) thw wljo do not know tight from wrong "When the emblem of Hpanlsh omnuy Cuba with wsa replaced In the s'ars and stripes then eime from alt s long shout of npproval ourpeople one and republicans were allk anxious to strengthen the arm of the government In drullng the death blow to the lingering cruelty of Inhuman Spain lly unaf.linnus vote l'resldent MrKlnley was given the key to the national trrnsurj und empowered to expend of the people's money whatever might be necessar) to drive .Spain from Cuba Congress. irUhout a hostile v oti . saluted the Cuban pbople with the benediction: "Voli ore. and of right ought to be free and independent " ss-lu) g hem-ocrat- t'hlldlsh lliietrlnr. j Culls It llnalnrdl), God-mad- man-mad- de self-evide- 1 "Who among us nil would have prophesied thnt the same arm) and navy nnd the same appropriation that llberatid our allies In Cuba wou d nt once be emptn)1 against our allies In the rhlllpplnes. who were fighting for their freedom against the same t)r.int with fur mote commendable vnlor than ever Cuba did"' In the long list of bloody deeds that disgrace humarklml none. It seems to me. Is so entlrel) black and dastardly as the awful drama we are now enacting the currlng of wnrby fire and sword Into the devoted homes of Innocent people who never dldlls the slightest wrong nnd who battled for their freedom centuries before the American colonic raised the bnnner of revolt against George III. To slaughter such a people and apply the torch to their homes 'are acts tint e tho tyrant ' Tell me not that I should be conservative In the use of my I inguage, diplomatic In my utterances and tolerant In my criticisms As I study this question from day to day nnd learn fact after fact my Indignation Intensifies nnd I find It Impossible to dilute my language with modifying sentences "Slnco.Mr .McKlnley'srlectlon In 189som notable events have contributed tocrente a situation of which the demagogues love to take advantage Thai times have Improved since IS0 Is true, that the MrKlnley administration Is the cause of this Improvement Is false Two consecutive crop failure.) abroad created nn unparalleled demand foi food supplies, a ml a series of heavy harvest enabled us to full) supply this demand, ami thus did we rake In the shekels This fortunate condition being an entirely natural ono would have happened even If the whole republican party. Including .Mr McKlnley, had died of remorse of conscience, as they should have done w hen the)' stole the presidency The unexpected nnd constantly Increasing output of the vvoe'd'agold mlnea, amounting now to several Imes more than It did a few jeurs ago, Is . notfcer factor In the Improved condition These two sources of money stipp!) hnve demonstrated with the prcclclon of arithmetic thn our contention Is true, nil increase of he none) supply was a necessary precedent lo prosperity. It Is because of this fundamental reu-so- n thnt we have believed und bellevo now In bimetallism " crfme-brtedln- Suiintnr lliinnn is quoted ns s.iy- ing thnt congicss will do tf.e president wishes, mid xuppoit whatever policy lie may adopt. It Is in Mr. llniiiin not to forget und blurt out tho fnet that he is jiinnin;,' the ndininlfiti'utlon mid that he in the man congreHS must plcae. Cdurlunuti Enquirer. gen-eroti- Person deIroua of ge ttlugHt the truth of tiie PhillpHic situation emiinot fail to be illiprevceel It) this latest resirt. It sounds the Judgment of it man whose The onlj ooiisideratlrn xaetc d from business it is to corretil.v ckilmatc the Mi. Johnson In return for lie honors eiitilltles of ft foe and to weigh carefully showered upon tit was a promise nn all the chances MTtaiuing to a his part to establish his home In ( hicn-CIt is natural, however, that lfWuuti until after the next nntional convenand his follower, should wish to mini tion. Secretary diaries A. Walsh, of low'n. nile as lunch as possible the menace of was nlo made n mrrnhcr of Die Philippine situation. Administranil tlireci committees. and nfter thet lose tion si'cretlveness concerning the polle.v regarding the perof the state ciimpnijfti in lown will manent disposition of the Philippines spend a great deal of his time in Mr. Johnson's assnelnte nt was l.irgcl.v responsible for the outbreak of the- Insurrection. Administrahcailcpinrters. tion blundering nml favoritism ure reI'Ihus for rrriinrnt Merlins. sponsible for the prolonged cemlliet. Chairman Johnson's present intenI he contion is to call frequent meetings of the vince iielmlnistratiou must needs the people Hint the outlook is not executive committees whenever he serious If such si thinks Ihej ought to gather for the to Its mouthpieces.feat is now possible .Senator llniiiin is transaction of business. The executive pleading earnestly for the president committee will meet nt least once ever when he so bravely predicts the cnrly fill iIiijk nml perhaps ns often nn once restoration of order In the Philippines. every .10 elins. It is verv unfortunate thnt. with Xo well ck'lliieil ..chcinc of organizaof Hie president's) favorite. Otis, tion was o tTend by any member of the the army ollleers now in the Philippine committee. It seemeel to be the as- do not agree with the Hnnnn forecast. sumption of those present that Mr. With Otis' press censorship suppressJohnson ought not to be hampered nt the outset of his work b a prearranged ing the dispatches of newspaper correprogramme. He will be left to follow spondents nt the front, the people will his own phi ilk. which are said to have lie grntcful for such bits of authentln met with the approval of everyone to Information us are contained In let tern whom thej were submitted. The first like that of Col. .Smith. Thcydcidrc thu work the new- chairman will undertnlte facta concerning the Philippine' camwill lie the harmonizing of .Hssitlslled paign. If we nre In for it long war it li detnoenilaand the unlfv logo party or- better thut the certainty, 'be known. ganization In Ini'iilllies Hhcie (here' are Tho administration Itself would tet factional divisions. He will devote n wisely In recognizing Mil truth nnd franl ncs great clenl or attention toUie Kentucky niloptlng u policy of gr-iIn its dealings, with the proplti St situation nnd will endeavor lo discour- I.oiiIh Kepublio age those membeiH of (lie part who have evinced n disposition to follow the It I. stale el that .Secrettir.v of tVtir bolting eiinilidale for governor. It is Hoot Is "Mudiiug the Philippine pmb-leChairman Johnson's Intention to make like it legal euse." This ih en etce frequent trips to slnii-- nnd dstrletn Idea. Mr. Hoot la nn .iktme Iiiwmt. where theie Ih trouble to Interview op- Why doesn't he sue Spain and lequno posing lcntluiB nnd advise them to bury her lo delb'er the Philippine goods in their dinVreneps in tholiiieieut of party necordnnee with the bill of sale, em MiceesH. which we paid her $2n,lJ0ii,UI)(i In good Stotie said after the meet- mnnev' Wh, not scum n ninnc'iunim ing, mivs the Chicago Chronich', that or something of that, sort ' compel the had been coiieelvid inn Spain to niiil.e gtiod her "dtfeethu Kplrit of harmony and nccepUd by his title" to the islands? righting juder tollengues on the executive, cnuinlttee fSen. O.Is Ih a slow and vuitlv roces. in the same splri Tlm law IsttliuthlntI :i,Y WVrld. c I 1 Chairman Jqhutcii was IiivcMcmI with power to HfeMimc command of all of the national organization. The executive eiunttilttte ritiKiwrred in the him lo rfttMhlitdi headquarter t'nitv bulletin, and et on foot Mich scheme of organization, management and Mipervikkm a may In his Judgment appear feasible and iiccemr. The vvavs are! means committee placed hint in charge of the work of the committee not alone ni. geyicrnl manager, but ns the rchfticnt member of the committee. Ham It. Cook, the preent manage r. is to retire to accept thcilrm-iM-ratlnomination for Merctarv of itnle of MiMouri. The pros committee nuthnrirrd Mr. Johnson to assume Immediate control of the pre bureau of the National places (alitor This rominUi-loDevlin under Mr. Johntoii' orders and will oventiinlh enable him to select successor. Vested ttllli Crrnl A III liorl I ) . Mr. JohhMiti Ik there fore the embodiment of ail the executive energy of the national organization of the democratic conpart.v. More authority has. centrated liftilm than ever before was iutruMtd to a single member of the partv. The return of Senhtnr .Jour In October will pot impair tlie K)sition of elected Mr. the Katisan. The Johnson for the duties lie s going to perform. He will not interfere in thr trrnngements agreed upon, for Mliey had his approval liefoie the were theilr-IHsrtmeiit- forces. Nebraska T l O'HM'H. It Mcbeatl. OfllAl A SOLDIER Oriwife J'r4 MiftM VHi Massm-4tMit- c Juan SPEAKS. Ilie t iimil liorl ml l X r ! uraue nt seiiulor llniiiin n ii u 111. o lltil-letl- Drr-lin- 's Im-c- l.leut. Col. Jacob II. Smith, the commander ot the Twelfth regular InfaHtry, naw winning In the Philippine, ilnca not ngiee with those mlrlturv and otiier optht tt who are now predicting the cailv stippn ion of the Agiiinalilun Insnrree ti "TitC t'lllleel .States IlllUt mule w riles ( r.1 Smith to llaik.r William II. Thomson, of St. "that wo nn' only In the begmiHtig of tin war ami that It will take ICii.OOo soldiers to put down the trouble we are now beset with Ih I In- l'hdlppln . The arm,) here, which Is minus the tried veterans, very alarming amount of ick bus . men am) and there nppcnrn to lie no owing to our, having so many roft reeral.je." How tliUVrriit) this sounds frwin Senator IIuihi i'i arsiimnee that the 1'liilippiue revolt will Im ended within six months- - and, coming from ,i tried and trained soldier like t il. Smith, who I on the scene of operaollk-e'rlel-e.j- t. tion, how niiii'ii more authuritotite. f rum-pnlg- o Chi-eugo- - theex-eeptto- n - er m s . rTj.. w I rv' it ? V The Ilest Man Win's. fiulding may not he a pleasant subject, hut it tcjcht-- a kfon nevertheless the inability of man to hold the clisinjnon-shi- p for any length of time. How unlike Mis GIRAFFES IN AFRICA. Prlte I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. I TO BE REMOVED. I III. Krrnis mill WIMUin (J. W lilt uajr Will lliai'iiiilliiiin llirlr llrrnlllic 1'isrm In 1 lata Mntf. A Vrrr Specimen llnve llrrn Fount In the Cenlrnl Pari of lk Dark Continent. BRADLEY'S MANIFESTO. ltlllon lur 1'nrdoii Mut Hit Maila In Wrltlnc- - No .Mora I'rr.onnl Appeals lll llr llrnrd liy llm (lovcrnor. Lkxinoto.v, Ky.. Sept '2i. TJio Kceiios nuil William c. Whitney nro ti Wu ittimo tliplr Jirccdtnj; farm hi Ki'iitucUy. At Castlctun .lame K. Kerne iitul hit miii, 1'o.xluiU Keotie, l titivu probably 300 of llloroutfli-lirt'imany of the iiinrcii of tlio Illicit imported blood nud tliu lrc the beat n tlio country, Including Kingston, lu-ni- K Tournament, hU Leonards Cliorlstcr, nml half dozen other. Krone tiro ni'otlntlti' farm at lied Hank. N. enn hrivn their horse outiinca ititiircftl. c. Mr. Whlinuy ha Imp. Meddler. I'lntullt and other good htalhons mil 7A or t0 of thi uuiKt VHltmble urood inure at I.abclln tntl. Mr. hitiiey'n mini l& new, the mares luiv-n- j; nearly all been secured l.il winter and prlii from the various bruvrilni; countries rejjnnllussof cost. Mr. Whitney, It U said desire to have liW thoroughbred k close nt hand bud has leased Stony l'ord for this pur-Hi- e. imp. Horoscope It h html the for the wither J.. uhcrc they ovnr tlietr own I.ls-taei- Tlir riicttlvrt Captured. Lorinvit.l.K, Ky., Sept. SI. Three fugitive, two of them wanted for murder, have been arrested here within a tcw hours, ltcubcn Kelser is wanted as an accessory to the. murder of a woman at Nashville, and Huck Waller is wanted for n similar crime at Shelbyville. ltobcrt 1'ootc has been tent back to Chicago to answer for burglary. J. P. Smith Is wanted far burglary In Shelby vllie. Jules Gilliam, who was charged with stabbing Virgil Hanks to death on July i, is'Jw, has been brought to this city for trial. FitAMCoitr, Ky., Sept. 3. (lor. Hradley has determined not to be annoyed during the few remaining weeks of his administration by pardon seekers, and )a aee(r'.lngly issued a manifesto It Is as follows: "For the benefit of the public generally, notice is given that personal np. peals for pardons will not be heard. In this way much time U consumed to no purpose All applications must bo made in writing, as contemplated by the constitution." CircuiiiitanceH indlcato that, as usual, thu few weeks remaining of tlio governor's term are to be selected ai thu time in which those who have been refused pardons heretofore, or those who have been coiitlued for years, mid who could have appealed anil failed to do so sooner, arc preparing applications with the hope, doubtless, that, owing to pressure of business strict attention may not be given to their cases, and they may be enabled on that account to obtain pardons Such applications will be promptly and sum marily overruled unless they develop some fact or circumstance of recent origin which will justify investigation. From time fo (line It hns been Unit glrulTcH exited In Hrltish Centtnl Africa, on the Loungwii rler, but, tilthough that river uillcy Imik been frequently lslted during the liiBt ten ynirn by I'uropcans, no iiutheniii; on the point Iiiik ever been nhlnlnf.1, says the Itritixb Central African Gim-tte- . Hecently, however, n glrnlTe was nlioton the east bank of the I.oiingwn, In the Marimba district, by n J'uropeaii prospector, and Its skin (Incomplete) sent In toCnpt. Chichester, In Mpezrnl'n country. The hinder half of the rlil n Is being rent to the Hritlsh mtifciim. and It Ik hoped that n complete specimen may now bo obtained. The existence of giraffes In Murlinbn Is remarkable; the urea in which they nre found Is extremely restricted, and thtir number appears to lie very few. The one shot, however, was In n herd of about 33. The urarcst country north of Marimba In which giraffes are known to evict Is north of Mureri's. where the expedition met with tliein many years ago. To the Fontli Malabeleland U the nearest giraffe country. nitoti-Cotterlll which hns never been beaten, and for hfty jiars hns met and conquered the wont cases of tniatijmtlon, hiliutimiexs full' liver trouble. See that a private Revenue Stamp covers the of the bottle. neck Btoninch that great tliiinipion of ltittei, luuith, Ilustctter's Looks All IllKlit. "Doesn't tlic bicycle make you feel younger? ' aked the expert. -- wen, i won i exactly ay that," replied the elilcny novice, "hut it certainly makes me look younger. " "How is that?" "Why, to sail through opace as I occasionally do certainly givis the appearance of youthful activity, nn matter how I may feel Ialo News. about it."-Hul- Mcans paying rent for a poor farm. Now Is the tunc to settne a good farm on the line of the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Hallway in Marinette Count, Wieonun, where the crop nre of the licet, work p'en-ty- , fine markets, exrellent climate, pure toft water, land fold cheap and on long time. Why rent a farm when oucan Luy one for Icm than you pay for rent Address C. L. Itollint, Und Agent, 1C1 La Salle St., Chicago, HI. j i:nnnslon Talrlelgh entered an agreed order Wednesday In the fulled Mates court winding up the receivership of the 1L. N., S All. railroad and transferring the roail to the loulsvlllc C Atlantic Railroad Co. and releasing all lines. The onler fixed the balance due from the purchaser, Adolph Scegal, at :'s.S.V Of this amount It was di rected that SU8.S10.bS be applied to paying oir receiver's certificates leaving a balance of 313S.SSS. 10 among holders of mechanics' Hens. A llarcutt .Ul.g.tl. I)UIvii.i.c Sept. S.V The first suit In nhlch a corporation seeks to enjoin a labor organization from boycotting It has been Mid In the United States court here. The I'cerlcss .Manufacturing Company Is the plalntllT and Iron Mulders' L'nion No. 10 the defendant. The petition states that since April when a strike occurred, a system of patrolling mid picketing has een established around the factory by Members of the union ko have and assaulted the workmen. 1). V. intlin-Ualr- It.r.lf .r.litp uuml I'jv, Ioi'hvii.lk. Ky., SepU Si Attorney What will the InvcntUc brain of innn do next? This Is u question hoiiio one asks almoHt dally. There is one, though, who lends nil others, who for n quarter of a century has been making line launDo Your Keel Ache mill llurnf Is offering the dry starch, and Shake into your shoes Allen's public the finest stnrch cer placed on a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Kasy. fines Corns, the mnrket. Swollen. Smartinu. Hot. Cnltmin. Sore. Ask your grocer for n coupon book and Sweating Fret. All Druggists and Shoe get the first , Stores sell it, 25c. Sample sent FKLH. Adwhich will enable you to two pneknges of thl new starch, "HF.D dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. CKOSS" (trade mark brand) also two Trenching; sinil I'rnrllee. children's Shnkespcure pictures, pnlnt-r- d The man who invented a perfect method In twelve beautiful colors, nnturnlas for the culture of the memory forgot his hat. JOHN HURST PARDONED. life, or the Twentieth Century Girl The man who wrote a book instructing manhow to live A Mottiar Mail Happy by tha Cltroanc all absolutely free. All grocers kind womnn who u hundred years died nt S8. prove that avion liar cm KirortaU lloma bjr are nuthorlzed to give ten lnrge pnek- The it no death wrote a book tohusbands. there has buried two III llatt rrlantL "HKI) CIIOSS RTAHCH" with Christian Register. nges of twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or alias Ky., Sept. SI. Mrs ten of the Twentieth Century Girl CaKiusKroitr, The Ileal I'reaerlpllon for Chills Hurst, 70 years old, left her home in lendars to the first five purchasers of the and Fever U ulxittlo of Gitovn's TSTi:t-r.Jackson county last week for Frank- KXDLKSH CHAIN STAKCII HOOK. Cnnx. Tonic His simply iron und quinine ii. no pity l'ricciCs. ulusirlessform . fort to petition Gov. Hradley to pardon This Is one of the grratest offers ever mm English sib Wrlttess In Austria. her son, John Hurst, a convict serving made to Introduce "HKI) CKUSS" launThis curious at English K years. Having only little mouey, dry starch, J. C. Hubjngcr'a latest in- copied the otherattemptfrom the label was day of a vention. Ik- walked half the way, cMhl Tuesday . bottle of kumme! at Kitibuhel- "This fine nronutical liuor of cumin being carefuINt night was rewarded by a pardon, Mlsa Prnrlur'a Ynnthfnl Crltlea. Mis Mar Proctor, the aitronomrr and destillated by me from exquisite green which enables the son to accompany cumin mutt be recommended at the best as lcrturrr, taken a drrn intcmt in social her home. work in the bi(t citle, and frequent- an,!u"e"t,llnd savory hygienical middle." r. l Tribune. Once a year since W1 Mrs Hurst has ly dives her xroua! tcrvirei toward entermade the tedious journey here on this taining poor children and adulti. Generally To Cur m Oald la One Iay are mission, but only to be disapKilntcd her her audicnrn very well received. Many TaVe I jxatlvo Hromo Ouininu Tiibleta. All of often mamfett better at drusgltta refund money if It folia to cure SSc. each time, till Tuesday, and when she tention than tho'c drawn from higher cirsaw her petition granted Tuesday even clesoneNow and then there are exceptions Crowded Oat. On occanon a briRlit-eelittle boy who ''Crowded out to make toom for moic ining she broke down and wept for Joy. at in the front row with his eye fixed upon teresting remarked the tdttor, as The governor also pardoned Win. Cox, inr speaker was niKeu how lie liked it. "I ' he loed matter,"plate of beans and aside a tackled guess," he said, Win. Young and George Kltld, three ought to talk "it was pretty good, but she pie. Ohio State Journal. about linns and tigers. That's former deputy sherilTs of Whiteley better for everybody." At another lecture j t JJ.nemWr that Putnam Fadeless Dyes county, who were sent up last Feb- S UUtlPitpr cnl tir ja fMlnu... all eo' well to talk of weigliiiig anil meat- arn tic only dyes in the world that are ruary for two years each for killing cring stars. There ore some people, of io give saiisiaciion. ii you use Peter CruMrec, a desperate character, eoure, who belie e that sort of thine, but if j 'ulnani Fadeless Dyes and nre dissatisfied, or thinks ulie can fool ui boy with uch semis the empty envcloie to Monroe Drug who was resisting arrest. Co.,' I'nionville, Mo., and they will forfairy tales slit's veo' much mistaken." I'tiiladelphia it.t. ward ou 10c for even- envelope of Putnam Fadeless uyes, LAID TO REST. llonar Seekers' Kiruriluni vl "IllR An egctut Is a man who is unable to I'our Itoule." Itamalnt of Mr. J. . s tllarklturn In- the interest he feels in himself. ChiTo the North, West, Northvrent, SouthVault at larrnl In tli llUcklm cago Daily News. sett, South and Southeast, selling Uaten: I rankforl Ilia I'alllt trrr Aui;ut 1'ith, Stptcniber 3th and luth, und to-tla- y Foot-KasHun-Ionj Cnl-enda- i'iptv c;i:ts foii m)ti?iu. AVnuleil III Itceonl Corrected. "You arc charged with scorching" laid the magistrate m a stern voice. '"Ihe policeman who o voi h, mini ycu suvs you were going at least 15 miles an hour.'' "'1 here must he some mistake about this. your honor. I wa " "Oh, yes: of course, of course; they, all claim that. "Hut, your honor," continued the bicyclist, "I sin positive that I was going at least 20 inilci an hour." Ohio Siatc Journal. WMi4 - women's ills,' and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find in her counsel practical assistance. Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Mabel. Good, Corrcctionvillc, la., tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved her life. She says : " I cann'thank you enough for what your medicine has done forme. I can recommend it as one of the best medicine on earth for all women's L ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness and at last became bedfast. Throe of our best doctors did me no good so I concluded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After taking a few bottles of your medicine, I was vtfs? r'rt1 able to do all my house ra&jggftgfc work. I know that your medicine raised me from a bed of sickness and perhaps death, and am very thonkful for what it has done for mc. I hope that every suffering may be per woman suaded to try your medicine." Get Mrs. Pinkham's advico as soon as you begin to be puzzled. The sick headaches and dragging sensation come from a curable cause. Write for help as soon as they ap- ' 3 pear. . getting medical treatTHE Some women are constantlywoman beac understands ment and are never well. "A of women overshadow their whole lives. PRACTICAL HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN W Ywte. .iMrCV r, Dear Mrs. wnte3: Pinkham I was troubled with sick headache and was so weak and nervous, I could hardly go. A iriend called upon me one evening and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough." !.- a a fJ C " JK "V exj I Mks. Campbe llsburg, Dole Stanley, Intl., s e - ! ii i a a. i - ! WtT S$3 if OBDltk fflmBPlTlj HOUSE, Wl2H ar 60 66 MADSOH-5T- ' FASHIONABLE AUTUMN AND WINTER SKIRT. Tie. 10S. This handsome skirt Is made of fins quality all wool storm seree In thr new shape, stylishly trimmed with black satin from waist, in fancy dcsicn as illustrated. NotnilhstaLding the modest cost of ibis nt fUt ultra of fashion, none'of the essential pgimi urn ku iu niaitc up a strictly skirt have been omitted. It Is lined throughout with nd hlRh Efsde interlining; it be- substantialbolt water-proo-f bound with binding, made with under box plait and patent snap fasteners in the back to prevent spreading open; bound seams. The accompanying illustration having bebeen made from a photograph of tlio skirt; accurately portrays the gracefulness of each fold and line and gives a clear conception of the way it will hang when worn. This is a bargain of unusual interest to every lady who desires something not too expensive, at the same time possessing st) le equal to more costly garments and quality that is wonderfully serviceable. Colors aro navy blue or black. Sizes: in Waist, jj to 30 inches; length, 9 to 44 inches. Larger sir.es 20 per cent extra. I'rice fah-ionab- le first-clas- s . iriftt-f- '!' I - i I - I - You'll enjoy wearing ptUn C cause it possesses individual - style, Ykkkais t.r.K, Ky., Sept 2S. The funeral of Mrs J. C S. Hlackburn was on Ortobcr .Id and 17th, 1WJ, at one fare, plun $.'00 to authorized point in the folAlabama. Arizona, Aikan-lat- . lowing otatct il for HID. mill, Sept. 9ft. Seolt Newman, jr.. has sold Itorulinn, a promising young trotter, to .1. C Mc-toof Klrknooil. Del., for SlO.ono. the higiiest price ever paid for a trotter in Kentucky. Huralma is the .1 Iltralm i.oruvil.u:, Ky., y. favorite In the Kentucky Matron stakes of S7.000. which will be the principal event of the opening day of the fall trotting meeting Monday. CiimI Micirlrr' I'liMuim SS. Prank Mellvam. tlio young man who was shove. ing eoal on a barge near here, that his half interest in a whr (a. ib gold claim had proved to bo Olitjr l'lilnlcr Atlitrlixil. uorin .iU.OUO, will not take any chance Ky., Sept. S.V Clay I.kxinotox, on It. lie said, when told, "Well, I'll Pointer, the I get the money." race horse, hold toy job until ruled olV this summer nt Chicago, lias Newport I'ulille lltilldlnc. been attached by Henry T. Martin, of Washington. Sept. S3. Congressman Woodford county, who claims he owns Herry hat succeeded in having proper- tins horse. Thomas M. Herry, who ly adjusted all deferences as to the raced him, and who was ruled ofT nunrd of the contract fortho new pub- at thu samu time, lias never paid him a lic building at NewMrt, Ky.. for cent of money. Thu horse, is at Tom winch congress nppronnnted ST.I.UOO. Stephens' farm. It goes to Sherman, (!los fc Ca, of Cincinnati, whose bid was Sfll.SOO. .Mia. Ilartli llcnr at lloma. Ky.. Sept. S4. Mrs I.r.xiNoio.v, llm lliitr ( liali;ril. Hcrtha Hen, thu remaining survivor Lolihvii.I.K. Ky., Sept. SI. The exof thu Hcnz expedition in thu Klonecutive committee in charge of thu big dike, lias reached her home in Clay linroctitic to be given at the jockey City, Ky. Mrs. Hen, stopped en route club's grounds hns changed the date at Hay City, Mich., where she has relato October IS. This as done u order to insure the presence of William J. tives Kentucky rliulior l.aml Solil llryan. Lkxi.miion. Ky., Sept. S.V Charles llrtnliiril Acl" Hr U'lll. Aiiiam, Ky.. Sept. ?:!. Alice Hrown Smith and W. C. Kvann, of Winchester, nvorc out warrants for Hb llrown, have sold to Messrs Johnson fc FHeglc, Alvis Hrown and Hlchartl I) ckcii, of Ilcnnlwood. Teim., several large charging them with detaining her tracts of timber lands on the Chesaagainst hur will. Hob Hrown is her peake it Ohio nud Lexington A Kastern railroads. The price paid wasSS"5,000. husband. The sheriff Is In pursuit. i well-know- I.ofisvn.i i; Ky., Sept. held Wednesday mortilug. The residence was thronged With friends. Services were by Her. f!. II. Hout. The honorary were (mv. W'm. O. Hradley. (Jen. ltasll W. Duke, A slier Caruth. Iiuisville; Proctor Knott, lions James H. McCrearv. Attllia Cox. UcCTgc H. Oavid H. Smith, Lewis W. I Crabb, Huxldanl Johrstou and Judge Jerc I!. Morton. PliA.skroitr, Ky.. Sept. SS. The democratic state campaign headquarter were closed Wednesday out of respect to the memory of Mrs. J. C S. Hlackburn. whoso funeral occurred at The remain were brought hero mid after simple and unobtrusive ceremony, laid to rest In the Hlackburn vault In the state cemetery pall-bearcx-lioKin-keaiVer-salle- l, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, Vc heard of several, but never knew Kentucky, Ixunmna, Miehipm, a nun hae who uild a joke en himself. lilinnckota, MiMnippi, Minnouri, Montana, Atcluson Globe. enjoy Manitoba, New Mexico, Nehranka, North tarohiM, North Dakota, Oregon, Oki.i Ilnll'a Cnfnrrli Cur linms. South Carolina v South Dakota, Trxui, Is taken Internally. Pncc 75c. I t.ih, N'lrgiini, iKonmi, Wynintfig, anlnngton. For full information and Mr (' 'llcge graduates and thermometers aro ticular a to rates, routri, tirketf, limits, degrees. Chicago D.nl) News, r privileges, etc., call on AgenW "Ilig I'our Houte." or addre the under ngned. W. P Deppc. A. G. P. A T. Agt.. ine who has a mind to think will soon irren .1. I.jnch, Gen. Pass. &. Tkt. Agt . b .o a thinking mmd R.un Horn Cincinnati, O. Janiu, ('rnigin, iintili Columbia, Colorado, Florida, Sri .t St . Covington, Ky., Oct. I have found Piso's Cure for Consumption an uufaihn; medicine. F. K. l.otz, 1305 1. lbl'l. price is only about half the value. To bo cause the top-ove- touch with the centers of fashion enumerated among our customers means to be close She "Did you ever kiss a girl when she wasn't looking!'" He "Yes; but only one .hn made me do it over agam when stie was looking. " Tow u Topics. at all times. $3.35 j ! j v THE MARKETS. Cincinnati Sept ri J : 5 7 .v'I'h i butehtri. ; 5 :j . . is CAM' Fulrtovo d lltit. t 1ICKIS- - Co.irfCumt llo.iy n, 4 3 w MVIISTOrK-Catllc.rniiimun.l OUR MAFOGTH CATALOGUE In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to 4W . SIICKI1-Choi- Mlxel iueker I.n'hl hhlpi'tr-- . ce ! 4 4 IN JHO I.A.MI1--s.,r- ln n Winter nitent UICAJN U'h-- ji No. SreU.... No .1 re.t tUirn N i. 2 mixed 1'l.nrit i Sh X Tl H i(.f t. tl & 'i I I To 0 141 3 l Ojis Itie-N- I'i line in rholce Mch jHirk 'huivvilulry Ill"iTKI n.ie-erlil"r,- Al'l'l.l'.S C'linlro to f aney j'UlAiOKS I'cr tirl I'lluVi.sjoss I. ir HA .'. No;' 8 ii 3' it, 1105 j,ll Ut, eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to $1.00 or above. v 888fMMf hJ &t 0Ct S I l 10 it tl Q, (it 0 3 1 if irT Jaasf mM u ViJT CUICAUO UliAiN Winter ri.Ol'lf Wntiai-Nu lutein .( -- oai.s l'tJUIC No. COUS- - l.Altl) - Mes Silcom S .1 No . rine.ign kiirlng Srrd 3 W Ci 7 u & w S 01 Acts gentlv on "I SV.W YOlllv. i :J 0) irj'it W Hit fc UH ri.Ol'lt fdltNHVI-: MIKaT-- No No Smixcil Winter patuut .'rwl 3 ft C tf, 3 si TC. in Kidneys, Liver and Bowels t- the .Bwii. M n.cVr A-- pctuinA JL (Teething OR MOFFEU'S 1 ., a PIG' m ur. J" w imlti l'i:c vu WrVf vtr iiujui ll. " juui rtniiMlrt lui tl ICnot kc( tiv tlrtiiTBlit mull d Oiil Iu C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.f St. Louis, Mo. "" (Vnle JcV fni. Powders.i-i-J- L OAT' Mixed Mess I'DltlC N'-LAItU Western llAl.Tl.MOIlt: rr.ofit Kiuniiy OJIAIN Wheat Ntt 3 red'.... Corn ().its-Na- 0 00 3 it ft g ft P M) B Sfii ClEANSES THE 5Y5TEM $3 & $3.50 SHOES uN'N .. to SS compared with Worth r.rit"riiL . i.tnow . -. - V I .3- Ut,h"j. . jv-s- W. L. DOUGLAS ...r-.- . .nrlS, n3VsCFFCrTIIAI IV -, ,- Indorsed by ovrr ALL LEATHERS. $4 other makes. Suutlirrtl 'J Ke-N- Mixed S TtM cs ti CI :b 3 Ml .rO$ 1,01)0,000 XTcurem. ALL STYLES W1IAT TIIKV ASK tX)U. ItKKUSlNQ ALL SU1ISTITUTK3 Oil IMITATIONS. should insist headeiw of this i'ai-kuksihino to 1iuv a.nvtii1xo auvuut1sko i.n 1t.s columns di'o.n having Nlniiguii (jimrantlnr. A (Jolilen Wedding, Somkkskt, Ky., Sept. 'it. ThiKclty hns established n shotguu quarantine against Unsscll county and u part of Pulaski county. Smallpox is raging in Hussell county and thcro arc eight cases In Pulaski county. A Ml. Marline Motel Solil. Mt. .Sikihi.no, Ky., Sept. Si. Harlan I rank WtiltnHiid Son Acquitted. C Turner, for many years propnctor' Ky.. Sept. SS. Howi.tNO Giikk.v, unil niaungcr of the National hotel, Frank White mid son Henry, charged hns sold the property to Frank kukhuing King Gordon, wcroao who for several years has conduct- with quitted. ed a taloou in Uils city. Price SSO.000. Hud-mii- i, Lkxinoton, Ky., Sept. Si The fiftieth anniversary of the wedding of Maj. John D. Harrison mid Miss Xnn. nlc White was celebrated at their home in Madison county Wednesday with appropriate ceremony, and with the friends of the popular couplo present from all parts of the state. Western INDIANAPOLIS. filtAIN -- Wheat No. S red Corn No. 2 iiiIxihI Oals No. '! mlied IX)U1SVII.LH PI.OL'It Winter patent HOOs? UUAIN-Wlie- uetiern CA'tTLK- - First iiialtty u whtto ii tt 06 ft ill 5 5 3b 67 SOD 5 SO 5 rrrA C h4B.TUALC0NST'PATON OVERCOMES ' I PERMANErmY m 3 (jj OUT of S3 and SJ..VI .tines In ttia nrld. Yciur dealer should ttieni If not, we will tend you a ralr on receipt of price, btatl v of lestber. sire and width, plain or cap toe. ( atHinsrae ss W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Miss. Tiim.iMtM' s.i. n. L. I'o.rin' Mat ..4 srlr. iti.H . li.Uoo. Take no substitute clslmed to lie as giiod. I.aivest tuskers kj -- ARTERSIJM Take no other It Is I tic licst tbal cud bo mad . Hersaanralls C'ui-rNum. il d - THE OEMWIN- t- MANT 0 Oy Ilcst Cough 6rup. to ttma. Hold ClllffS Wrtffif All FISf FAILS. ul P1'" '"in IV1HIC Corn Oats Mixed M.xcd Mes- Na S nil. .... fit 3 M fij 70 (,t fc Q UH (auivrniaTgpSyrvp. roa is, a p 00 ii su atsu eaussurs rsu s rts hitil rrKEniAisferiLisUaaa tr drugtl.t. Tutes Goud. Use 1 toAllU WUITlNa TO AUVEUTIHBB pleusc ilnte that yo saw Use Adtertls. ' du.uut l)r Klltii- s Ureal Nerse Itesuirer. S3 trial tHiulnaniliiuiiiii i'i-- i MjIMi, 1.1a.. tree, Monlhirusllr uutflt freei itownnlamanor tf"7r woman Ine Tery county I uppljrnulck. Mjdu-SflUctur.Tn. Markutbt.. PhlljdolpUlii. A. N. K.- -K 1780 piTfO I Oouinelternruiiar rl ur itn lr ii Ari-ns- ata v nert In thl. paper. i I To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 80c. ' Tl " l 'fywqvrFT f-i- S '' I- - LOCAL NEWS. ItKKf.POUr I.AKK. Going to Build I This Spring? We cuu furnish yon wltli every thitii? iiihmUmI to build with at . . . Douns. YoniiK squirrels are said to be plen tiful m the bottoms. Wild ducks have been plentiful on the river the past week. Sc Litigation litciriiM'N (her It- - 0nrr It will soon be time to put up your ship ami Injunctions Imiie. heating stove Calico for .'., e. at - Just Received! It- lUixiiic . VERY LOWEST PRICES, Hough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Doors and inilow. Sash and niiiiiN, Shinnies, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Liute, Cement anil 1'laMcr. Let us Ujjuro with you iu School Shoes The coal trust will no doubt prove to be a poweriui ciniier-eaie- . Th many people have a penchant for confessing tneir lieigniHir s sius The average man's tastes are just a short distance in advance of his income tT King up IW when you want fresli Hulls, Bread, Kruits. Nuts anil Eld. A. S. P.ibney preaches at tlio Christian Uliurelt, biinuay. The Hickman Circuit Court convened at Clinton, Monday. o to Hiei& Naylor for bargains lefif-Uj L P. &W. S.Ellison 5 rt N., t 0. & r """ Knilrotiri Tlnif St. L. tn in Tall 11. K. 7 IS i, m. m 4, iMi Trlu Trlti LKAVK": No. M t 9 10 No. 3, ot 4.05 AllUIVKH i. l Trnln No 52, Train No Will (Jo Willi Hrvnn. CI Uryiin's coming to tlio State. At VersuillHH next Monday where he people. Tin, farmers of this section are nut has a joint engagement with he will merely introduce the ting in a larger acreage of wheat than before. They sav 'JO cent corn does latter, nml at Winchester, Fa everpay. not mouth and other places. A St. Louis girl, it is said, plays the piano with her hands behind her. Per.Married. haps her playing is so bad she's ashamMayfield, Ky., Sept 23. -- X. K. ed to face the music. One fare (plus fJ 00) to Seattle. Stone, a prominent voting buni neps man of Clinton, and Miss Wash., account W. Q. T. U. Convenh, to tion, Oct Marie Beall Thompson, i f Cor- Mobile Si Ohio ticket 1S. Apply anj agent. inth. Mies, daughter of a wealthy planter, were married at the lat- .1. Hickman College is now well run-...... .!.!.... ..!.. ... aim imnnmiK ijim.- i n ter place last evening. They will hit protltablo and successful year. The atarrive at Clinton this week and tendance Is largenhau ever before. will make (hut place their home. The wedding was quite a stir Go-ebel, Frankfort. Ky., Sept er Senator Blnuklitirn will not participate netiveh in the Kenlti ky campaign till about the time of 2G.-Fnrm Candies. When a man marries he gives name to his wife, but when he fails in business he takes hers. The Hickman Telephone K.xchango is putting in new poles and otherwUe improving the service. It is the voting man lixikiug for new wrinkles. When he gets older he'll try to avoid them The milkman's love for water nnd for it is the drunkard's autiorrenco what gets both into trouble. Now will newspipers pad up their columns with football news and football players pad themselves with news- whom Maj. Harris favors, Irom tisning. papers. Tell u alRiiit your visitors and How Trusts Work. when any of your fatuilv are on a t Let us know, so that we may tell the A trust that would reduce the ijtiati-tities A specli'l dispatch from I'uion City to the Nashville American says: Ij will be remembernl that several weekH ego Maj. .). C Harris, of Luke eminty, who chums to own Keelfoot Lake, begun the work of draining It, and loui com pleted several hundred .Minis of the big ditch, when severs' rich and proipinent citizens combined as the Olub," Med an Injunction against Maj. Mains nnd stopped his work. Maj Harris then bought the interest ot J. II Townsley id tlio Union Citj Fish Company ami proposed to We have just receivedof a ulco assort incut buy the CHtch of the flshirmen. t erThe majority of the latter pre red selling their tlsh to ethers and Uunllok & Webster, wholesale and retail dealers of this city, In White Knamel and Imitation Mabegan to receive Immense hogany finish, also a large supply of of tlsh and game dally. .Maj. Hed Hoom Suits, Mattresses, Harris has been granted an inWire Springs, Chairs, etc. junction against Messrs. ,1. l w.. ...in ..1...1I.. .,i...... ...... J. W. Wade, John UhimIIim, through our stock. I). A Mitchell and others from fishing in tho Lake or carrying on Call and examine them for yourself the business of buying uori Helling fish and game upon its banks. Til ere is no telling how t!u lawStephens & Smith, suits will terminate, for the appo sition may retaliate by Hpjiljmg for an injunction against parties "Anti-Draining SHAW'S SHOE DEPARTMENT Is a special lino apart from all others. We carry Shoes from t tf) S the cheapest to thn lushest oi prices, giiurnmcf iug full value lor every Dollar so spent. A large ami varied line of ..IRONDBDS.. LADIES FINE SHOES g &) j Bur-dick- , About 2") diflorent kinds of Shoos, soiling at 813.00 and upward. A lino oi 1.00 Shoes a iv soiling at. whole- SlllO. t vi-.i- I I t y A PUBLIC INVITATION ! I I S0tli-S"t- cost of the necessities of life to the working man would be a bless ing to the country, and oven trust may do this if it chooses. Tho trouble is that the axersgc trust after having reduced the cost of the article to itself In cutting out the middle men, adds the 'living to its own .account nml holds the price where St "us. And that is what makes the trust an octnpu. OuntMlm Fireside MY NKW STIM K )K ! i t Fall and Winter Boods is AimiVLN'c; mn.v. nv Guard. 1 - anil we will take pleasiue in showing you tin - r prise. As to rurUlcation. Buchanan is closing out at Cost. Mnysville Bulletin. Z I' I I fv ' Ith Wi H We venture the assertion that nine tenths of those Democrats who have been suddenly seized with a desire to "purify" the party ore men who rarely, if ever, go near a convention. The proper place for them to begin the work of purification is in the precinct meetings or county con cations. State Conventions will brail right when you purify the county con veiitioua. aud the way to purlfj tlio latter is for the best people to turn out and control tin in. The nrnvery of Woman Was grandly shown by Mrs. John Dowliug of Butler, Pa . in a three years struggle, with a malignant stomach trouble that caused distressing attacks of nausea and indigestion. All remedies failed to relievo her until sho tried Electric Bittters. After taking it two moutlis sho wrote : "I am now wholly cured aud can eat anything. It is truly a grand totiic for the whole system iis I gained in weight aud feel much stronger since using it." It aids digestion, improves appetite cures dyspepsia, aud gives new life. Only f0c. Guaranteed at all Drug Stores. BOOMS MILES F0H l'KKSIDKNT. t AYe notice that some of tho girls arc parting their hair ou the side. They do this because thoy don't wash to look liko the young man who parts his hair in the middle. The Postmaster General has ordered that oven' post olllcc 111 tho United States shall note tho iiuiiiImt of pieces aud character of mail matter handled between Oct. !J aud Nov. 0. Judge Mclntyrc, of Mattoon, 111., u railroad contractor, who built the Pa- tlucah, Teuu. .v Alabama hue, is figuring to build tho Hickman aud Tipton-villLeveo and Railroad. G loaves bread for 25c. 20 loaves Hreail for SI. 00. Patronize home industry and save from 20 to !!0o ou the dollar, at the New City Bakery. The device selected by the saloon men on tho ballot to be used at iu tho whisky election Sept. :t0, is tho figure of Justice. Tho device is an "Open Bible." o May-field anti-saloon Fakmixo pHjfl when properly and energetically followed. Dav id Rankin, of Tulklo, Mo., who is said to be the richest farmer in the west, made his beginning with no more than a horse. He Is now 74 years old, and owns 25.000 ao res of land, worth from $50 to? 100 per acre, all of which he acucmu luted by farming. A Finest and Best Stock of Goods jEYER WAS BROUGHT TO HICKMAN ! . with I'HICKS as HKASONAHMC as ran he loiiml in any market. WONDERFUL Of CUKE ICHASE W are so hiisy opening; anil marking gomls ilint we tfANBOHN IIOSTOX Diarrhoea. cannot give each special line notice in this issue, hut will he ejail to have you l..,f Gen. Nelson A. Miles is prom Ised a nomination for President of the United States. Levi F. Cook, of Sotnerville, Mass., seems to be the mainspring of the movement up to date. Just who he is and "how much Ice ho cuts" remains a matter of surmise. well Mr. Gook has been sending cir- culars to Congressmen and others acquainted in Washington. Hih communication sets forth that a meeting will be held soon time and place not mentioned for the purpose of putting Gen. Miles forward as a candidate for Presi dent. It is proposed that the Miles movement shall be made one of "patriotism." FUTU1CK OF CUBA. Looking at it from this point ol view, every Cuban patriot who do sires the best interests of his country to be paramount wishes for annexation to the United States if it will take us as a State; if not, to let ue be a territory for the next twenty years or so while our young men are being educated to all the forms of a free and enlightened government. We do not believe that the United States for one moment would desire to make the Island of Cuba a State in the Union until she has gone through a period of enlightening prnba tlon, bat we feel that sooner or later annexation, in one shape, form or kind, must he tho ultimate destiny of this fair island. La Kpoca, Havana. THE Chicago Times. Herald says Mayor Carter Harrison will run for Governor of Illinois pext year, arrhoea Remedv. IN BACH DKI'AUTMKNT. Rrml Ills Editorial. From the Times, HilUtillc. Va. I suffered with diarrhoea for a loug time aud thought I was past beiui; cur ed. I had spent much time and money and suffered no much misery that I hud almost decided to give up til Iioih-- of recovery and await tho result, but noChamber-Iain'ticing the advertisement Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Rem edy ami also some testimonials how roa SAI.K ONLY HV some wonderful cures had ben wrought by this remedy, I decided to try it Af Mr H. M. Isler, last week, purchas- ter taking a few doses I was entirely ed tho Laccy property, corner Wabash well oi that trouble, and I wish to say and Moultou streets, aud will tear the further to my readers and tellow suffer old house away aud grade tho lot, and ers that I am a hearty man aud erect a new re.Mnco thereon. feel as well as I ever did in my life One faro to Nashville and return O. II. Mooke. Sold by Cowgill & CowM. Shaw, State on account trotting races. Tickets on gill, Hickman, aud A. sale from all cou)on stations on the Liuo, Druggists. tit and Mobile & Ohio Railroad, Oct. IGtli, limited for return passage to Oct. 21th, l&O'J. To our old friends and customers, wo wish to announce that we have bought DST The full delights of have been unknown to thosu who tho large stock or Implements, Buggies, owned have not tried Onaso & Sanborn's fam- Harness. A'e . nrovioimlv propose hv Sun. to make ous Boston Coffee. Sold only by II. tiers Si Reeves, and we tins stock second to none or tno kind in Buchanan. this end of the State. Call and mo us Good roads, liko good streets, make and satisfy yourself that we me.n to habitation along them moit desirable; sen goous aim sen mem cneaper limn they economize time aud force in trans- ever neioro. portation of products, reduce wear and K K REKVKS CO. tear on horses, harness and vehicles, the market value of real ami enhance estate. The great success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy iu tlio treatment of bowel complaints lilts made it standard over tho greater part of tho civilized world. For sale by Cowgill & ('owgill, Hickman, Ky., aud A. M. Shaw, State Line. I will repair ladies Watches aud Jewelry this week for 25 per cent less V Al B9 I 1 ulW Qphb ndH Hl !.v 1 1 VBV .J ji ilv'll m flHa YW Hl than tho cheapest. Yours Rep'y, ' It. W. Buck Bivouac The Warren McDonald will li'ld its annual reunion at Crit tendon's Grove, threo miles east of( JpHltlMjMqf! Rives, ou Friday aud Saturday, Oct. and 7. Every in Obion ' couuty, whether a member or not, is in-is now here, and we have a largo sinok of ICKNI U K V ami IKlOSIKIt DRILLS on hand thai must vited to come and bring his family ' he sold. A No, hirjje ot Utiion City has a musical prodigy iu tho person of Max Zimmerman, 15, Furnishing Goods Stock years of ago. Ho has composed u number of pieces of music, pronounced by WAS NEVEIt competent critics to bo excellent. It is COMI'LKTR. a Big DNcotint from S5.00 to $7.0 on the "Huggy. that we will sell-a- t said that ho can take any music, no UyDEItWKMl. We mean just what we say. Call utid see in. matter how dillicult, and play it accuuosuiiir, rately in a fow minutes. & CO.. IIASDKKIWHIEFS, In this restless age, constant hustle SiiecesHors to Sniiders it Uicve. .SUSI'liSDMlS, is tho pneo of success, Newspaper advertising is tho very best "hustle" any COLLARS, linn can employ. It will go into thous- CUFFS, S. K. OLOVFS, DR. ands of homes and reach people who BRIGHT, no other way. It are approachable in SECKWRAR. is an indispensable part of every modv.( Attorney-at-Law- . f& Linen Collars, 10o. em retail business organization. . Latest Styles In Neckwear received OfTloo up utulrn. Holoombo Build- - -- S A PROMINENT VI1MJINIA EMTOK Had Almost Given Up. bnt Ho Was Brought Back to Perfect Heafh by jiiiuniH!rmin s uouc, unoiern tm ui Gall and See the Splendid Bargains i i i f i H. C. AMBERG. at this WHEAT DRILLS s H. BUCHANAN. Old Papers for Sale Office. to-da- Tlie Season tor - 1 4 NOTICE! Coileo-drink-in- g - OUR MEN'S W IlH.AI H. B 15 'iVtiSA , , 11 0 mE. E. r.EEVE? Dll. DAVIDSON! H. KKNTUOKY, ; F. R15irLEr, inif. W. II. Supply your wants every week. j PHYSICIAN. at Hickman's Greatest Store. Everything' going at cost, (UOKMAN, c OillfU' FUltNISMINO Goons DKI'AIITMHNT, hice HICKMAN, & Jflayior's KENTUCKY. Olllce over VI1hoh 'h Rook Store, over Oowjjill A & OowgllPp. Will iinictlue in all Courthor the State Ilolcoinhe Builihiig, CASH SHOE STORE. Drug atom. BI02MAN ! KBTUOK' p. ip" - -- " "Jt N7 liiiJSPWl TFfW Mf Vfl mlf-- 15" THE HICKMAN COURIER. Meow Warren. FRIDAY, HICKMAN, KY., : : : SEPT. 8, I WW. Local and Personal. i, Chun Hullcr Hpotit Sunday In Ten n Mis May Farm In visiting frlendn ut May Held Ml-lut- V'V BALTZERDODDS. St GRAND 5tiiiWUJ,w' Illrd ut (Inktnn. A Fonder Mill Explosion en tin Hfiiiwivr.a nviirvtMmr fri utcrbt SHOWING ,OF',ans5i 16- - The wife of Mr. J. I). V nil her wlione illnesH whh mentioned in lust week'n Mirror, died ut Oak. ton. .Monday, of congestion. She uiin h 1)0 ut twenty live yearn old und leaven n fuinlly. She wnn a ilnughterof Mr. Tnbe Wilaon, at FHrininutnii, iitin the retnalns were I'lirrietl there Tuesday for burial. Mhj field Mirror. F. drastic mineral pills, but both aro mighty dangerous, iso need to dynamise vour body when Dr. King's New Life t'ills do the work so easily and perures Headache, Constipation. fectly Only SJ5c at ull Drug Stores. I.IINl of lllf NCJIMOII. Tliuii HuKura U incrclmndizing ut Clayton, Tenn. ftdrRice & Naylor for hetd value in . LuiIIi'h' tine SImm-h- Mm, Molllu Hruvunl Jom-Hboro- Ark. vr. J. O. Parker, or Fulton, win in tho city Btimluy. Mnntlmll Powell, of Union City, win In the city Hut unlay. Good ynril wide hrown iIoudentic, tfVo. nt Hai.tku iV Doimw, Mr. ami Mm Hen Davis were out of town Hoveral iluyn thin week. Mr, II HendrlckH, Revenue tor, Kpciit I'linotlay In Hickman. Mr. Kate Reeve, of Ouyee, Sunday with B. B. Reeve' lanilly. Mm. Fannie DlekliiHou. of Trenton. Ky., U a Kuitt of I) W. DieUuon, , U vUlliiiK ut :New Fall Goods! i i 1 n il u red Deulli's Agonies. Gar-rettso- d. - crr uav Dn-Ni- CHOU5B" Hleacheil Domestic, I "FAHMBHS' 'HOPB"und Per Yard for TlifHe few iletns place tl8 to lilt frntit us tin inofl KCiif'roiiN HAKUAIN !f M'... 1. ic. onn ? e GIVKKS. Wo lit'lieve in heiny in the lead. DOMBSTIC. 3c e for gixxl yard H H O Per Yard wine WN Worth 5 centfl. Only a roaring lire enabled J. M. of San Antonia, Tex., to lie down when attacked by Asthma, from which ho suffered for years. He writes his misery was often so great that it seemed that he suHVred the agonies of death, but Dr. King's New Discovery Tor Consumption wholly cured him. This inarvejous medicine is tho only known cure for Asthma as well as Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Price 50c mid $1.00. Guaranteed. Triul bottles free at all Drug Stores The last low rate Excursion of the 3eaon will be run by the Illinois Central to Louisville, Monday, Oct. 9th. A special train will be run, leaving Fulton ut 5:25 a. m., arriving ut Louisville Ii :.'!0 p. m Round trip tickets will cost i.50 from Fultoti tickets good to return on regulur trains until and including Wednesday, 11th iust. The Great Industrial Exposition will opea Monday ufteruoon, und this will be a splendid opportunity tor seeing u great dis )lay ami witnessing the gorgeous Industrial parade. Many of the Midway attractions from the Chicago World's Fair will bo on exhibition. Tho Street Fair and Midway Carnival is under the management of the Louisville Elks, which is a snfilcient guarantee that it will be an tip to ditto affair. D. T. CREEDLE, Agent. Fulton, Kv. col-le- e Dress Goods. Ladies hjk-ii- Tom Holeonibo lofi for St attend a school of Pharmacy Ml Viola UiMlder left Wedne. d ty to jx'iid n few week In St lnnl. -- Mr W (J Millard and faintly, of Union Oily. itpeni Sunday in the rity Mr A. M Perry and J Wc-dcMorrl pent Sunday at Hock Ky. IO11I4, to Oyniew nerved In a jy ntyle nt the new Citv It.tkery -- Mr ami Mr Hen Ntehnl. of Part, Trim . ure uhhhIh of Mr. H Mnoro' fmn-lly- . di Mr Fn-- Hnhh.inl. of MeinphU, vulled hu family nt Hkltuimi. thlH wk. MUic KeUer and HoImtIh. of Union City, vUlted Mim Ida Moure, Tin, day. Ml AdrleuiiK Hrevard. of Union City, I the icueHt of Mm K. H V 11m-vn- nl. -- Mr H We have just added a line of Lat Good Deixirtmeut In Our dles Tailor-madSuits, best quality brimliig over with beautiful Fall l Skirt Pattenmiit Venetian Cloth, lly front mid Fabric, which are hard to rcslit, M centH Jackets, new Skirts, at in couHideriitiou of the low pm-eSilk Undi rxkirtH, all HhadcH we link for them. No largo prollts ut .ri 00. here, everything the very lowest N'lce, new Silk Sklrtn ut 76c to i 0U Head the following value; Mlst.es im J Children's Hlack CreiKiiiH, I'.' inch,' LllflltH' Wool new Htylen. C'olorwl CreoiiM the neweit (jj 1 i)X We have jnst received good for SkirlH, big lino in We have a upecial Barall colors mid shapes age G to 16 Ci inch. Venetian &l to oiler you in Kid gain years old, ranging in price from No more when Cloth, Koniethlng new, Gloves Mado to trone theo Cainel'rt Hair .:,, sell ut are00, for (lite. MtJK. il Plaldx, for SkirlH. Jill Inch Fancy Caiiielrt K((t Plush mid Ladies Cloth Gapes. Hair effect, at STAPLES. ac Inch all. Wool Tricot, Home- Ladies Plush Capes Collar trim',uly We hell them cheaper npiiu mid Plnidn, nt med with Tibet Fur mid Heuded, than you can buy them whole-H.il"' i,Ji5 "' All-Woo- Underskirts. Ladies Suits. tight-fittin- 810 to 18.50 Silk-mi- d all-Wo- 'l," v L.' il.25 Kid Gloves. Jackets, 11 id-in- ch 81.08 to 5.00 A NO Shoe Cannot Be Cheap Ladies Dress Skirts. 9 88.50 Collar-lnrettc- Mr John Huek ami family, of Jack thin week. J ud ice Kearhv and wtfo Aim Hallow Mm. Ml , have U-e- viiitliig Hickman ""!) Shirt Waists. Hent quality Camel Hair Plaid Sklrtn. In now Cj ,lfWl t GOOD CALICO, aV,o coloring, at Hlack Silk mid Wool Cretin QO ," A Hed Twill FLANNBL, all OO.UXJ Sklrtn, at Wool. 16c. HBST CALICO, Gcpcry'd. t.U!i Collarettes. We show a nice lino of Fur Silk lined, from Q Unless It Is Good! if s, PflbR SHOE can ever riso to the dignity of a Bargaiu. of our Shoo Selling is that we Sell Cheaply, hut nof Cheap Shoes. LONSDALB Hleuclied MBSTIC for 640. DO- THE VITAL POINT Fall Millinery. A gorgeous display of Fashionable trimmed Sailors in harmony of beauty and good taste, nt most reasonable prices. HjH'iit Sun day at ''ruiuhllelu with their daughter, iielchUirhond, wiu In the elty Monday, attending county court Shaw linn a larpt line of Cloth-iiiK- . huyliiK Call on hlm Mr. J. S Hell returned Sunday from n prtHpevtinj; trip throuKh Arkuna He will probably locate neur ParaouM MUn Mamie Huuk, daughter of Dr. Hnrry Huelc, (if 01nrkda)c, MU , in vUlttiiK the family of Mr Geo, Helm. Henry L AmWrK left Tuesday iiltht to renume hi coure in the Vlr k'iuia Mllitaiy Institute, Lexington, Mr T H. liniioui, of the Miwow IMllwt Satin Walft.ull hlitdrs -at t:i 6 to Lmllen Flannel Walitt, Platds and holld colom. f I W to Q! An J?o.in; ti O'J.V X( HOPE DOMESTIC nt6jc, other :wk you 7c. JEANS, l, OUR MOTTO has always been ii at i6c. Hies t Grades anil Lowest Prices." fjtf I T l CLOTHING AND SHOES.! tiilh wc ciin hi tow WHEN WE FIX tho price 2.00, that means the very best In Mens and Childrens ..... ,.11 l, Q.i.lc itwni ..IIVV.w.l ijtiM.i P.,,.,. v"t fill I.. jj 1K (V t mi- - r win uuin utiua tilill v Vii tiwu iw i viv. aVnr. Ilm., Mntta .....1 n..ww.u u r'uii iiiu lHAVI,1 uaii u H01MINS" iniike nil Suits Imvu Douhlu Sat und Knee. Dou't fail to ace our Boys Reefer Overcoats, .size f to 10 yeurs old. Our stook ot Mciinind Ladies SIIOKS it complete, nnd our School Shoes for Children the best made. Conic inspect our line. you the Best and Clieaini.st. Line in Hickman. Mens Shoo to bo bad for $2.00. A Pound of Performance Is worth a Peck of Promises. Wo always have ull wo advertiso. ..iti Your money back if you want it. V11. and .'t M ' Mr Ohirence Dnpree, it vouiik Jennie chmit of Columhmi. ami Ml Jurrett. of Fulton, were married, Sun-day- . for 1 Mr We noli hlKh Krado men' Shoen Lw J3A.H ji tititn:i. The many friends of Mr. Wess Adams mid Miss Agatha Hlakeinoro, two youiiK people, greet with pleasure the announcement of their mar rlage, which happy event occurred Thursday evening, the '.'1st iuxt, at the residence of Mr John Kistner, Judge II. M. Kcnrhy, ofllciatiug. Abundant good will mid wlsluw attend them, witn thu prayer that all their foudcht liop- mid expectations of life may lie fully realized. jsip-ula- r S.Bl&HflL0). No t i c e. All persons -- MU Phetne Catron, of Union City, Meridliiu Hale, of Gullutln, nod Ml Tviiu , weru KUiwtn of the MUtu Wade, liuit THE OPENING. Oct. 4th. 5th and 6th. Mrs. Lou HarjMr, the only exclusive Milliner in Hickman, who, with Miss in Ht. Ixmis Mabel Goalder, has weeks, studying the latest for several styles mid fashions, will reach home alxnit thu SUth with n superb stock of Fashlonnbie Millinery Gotsts, not the general mercantile stook or gemvul styles mid merchants but fashions, mid at prices to compete with miv market. Her opening will Iw next Th'urhdav, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1th, 6th and tSth. Don't purchase elsewhere, or order elsewhere, until you call mid examine her selections. week. Trav-U- , T. T Swayne. Cha Hob Tyler mid Warner Hreviml went to Columbus, Wednesday, to wltne Reeves by note per comes duo, ed to came and Sept. U7. indebted to Sanders & or otherwise as thu paaro respect fully requestsettle the same with E. E. REEVES & CO. Tax-Pnyerw. w lm A tlientnot fair. Warn iii; fo Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . . AND TO OET , Colutnbu Critic: Ml Mario a charmltiK belle, of Hickman, arrived in the city Thursday morning, mid will llt friend neveral day N Helm, one of our miMt Mr. fti-l cltl7eiiH left Sunilav highly nitjht for St L011U. Ho will probably eiiKitKu I" buslnens at FerKunon. Mo ImJtNow Ik the time to have your WnteheH ami Oloekn repaired cheaper than ever an my work In low before the fjffl trade, at Hob Uuek'n. Mr. Alfred Hall, nn old and highly nipected citu.eii of Mintitwiiipl county. Mo., died. Sunday morning and wtw burled in the Hickman cemetery, Monday morning - MiHucM Heulah Milett, Kate Kathey. Lulu SwlKt:art, Mary Heck limn mid Kate LiKoti. chnpemtiwl by Mrs O W. the AllhM. all of Union City, were city Monday, en route home from St lire-yarriMjK-ctet1 e A PIIAyrOjf'pAKTY. fcx-Go- Bob Taylor will deliver his new lecture at the Opera House. Union City, oil the nikiit of Reserved seats only Oct lUth, IVJ. M cents A Uellulit to Coiiteiiiiilnte is u cup of Cotreo i'lear, pure ami hurinlchsly in vlirorating. Are you one of the mil lions who use Cluine it' S.inlsirn's Cof fee? If so, you know its uiueMlon-aiil- e excellence If you have fulled to use this t onions Coffee, you have yet to 11 1odIh. flume ii SttnlMirn't Famous Toffee 11 uie'd by thousand of refilled people who Coffee. Sold know mid appreciate )H only by II HL'CHavav. Ml-Bdna LouUe Meyer, daughter of Mr and rt. Bd Meyer, died in Martin, Tenn., Friday of Iimt week of ty jihold fever Site wiw just p.utt III years of uue, She wiw rabteil In Hickman, mid him many hclioolniiitrn and friendu . experience tastlnif the nuw,t delicious Cotlee in the world. Sold only by II. Hl'l'IIANAN. hero. YouiiK. Finley HanJ. dle and Hob Helm returned Monday morning on the Clyde from a trip to The lattfr two aloo went to St. Louis Granlto City, 111., to vUit their frlendH ami lormer tiicKiuau ooy, nuiii imh MertHnt. J- in-ti- and Gober Wearn. 400 Mens and Boys Suits go1 at Cost at Buchanan's.! custom-mad- e Obion Democrat : Monday evening nt tne AiutiitxiMi pantomiKe, .ur r.ti HarrlH mid Minn Hhoda AlajorH worn quietly united in marriage by Hev. J. II. Hobertfl. Mr HarrlH Is the pretwinuii ut Oartim'H printing otllce am) is 11 tollable, Hteady und worthy young man. MImi Majors In un excellunt young and no doubt the young coutilo outem tlio iniirrled Htato with a to win hucoohh in ltfo'n battle. They huvu uumuronn friend mitl well y$hm H tJM 0 (WU Cli9wiui wo-madeter-iiiluatio- u Judge Gld Hiutord, for the jutst 16 years a ettieu of Texas, was, with his brother, H 11 Hiutord, of this county, in Hickman, Monday. Judge Hiutord lias devoted two weeks to visiting relatives mid old friends in Hickmau mid Fulton counties. ttfc Wlt.i. Citowr.i.!., the old will move his shop, next week to the Cole building, opposite Witling's store. If you want u shave, haircut, shampoo or hot bath, give hlm u call. He employs ex- went. An Attendant. pert workmen. New Madrid Record : Jesse Irvin, Your Tiiiiu! who shot ami wounded II. O. Lewis at the Digges warehouse last December For the next lfi days wo will sell Bugwas lined 100 by the jury Tuesday, in circuit court. Irvin is mate of the Ora gies at the following low prices: 47.50 Lee mid Lewis is traveling agent of the Haggles wo sold for 55.00, at " " " tlft.00. at 67.."0 Leo Lino Company and the shooting ' " " fiO.OO, at 45.00 resulted over u quarrel about taking We haven tluctwo-horsLivery Hug some corn on the bout. gy. that retails for $100.00, at .SU.60. Remember, everything is going up, and these are bargains that will not last long, mid you have a nice assortment to J select from. Also, Disc Harrows $18.00 and up, all E. E REEVES & CO. sizes. N. U. This notice will appear in the Courier but twice. Como quick V Hy-uur, Unit-clas- s Last Friday eve, when the grand old moon was shining its loveliest, seeii couples of lads mid lassies of the neighborhood drove np to the home of Mr. and Mrs Isreal Clark ami partook of the pleasures of their lumpi table home. Much fun was had owr the masking of the fair maidens m their ghost like continues, giune.-.-, mu sic, etc At the usual hour, thegueNt were Invited into the dining room, where cream, fruits and candies were served in a tasteful way. The table, dining room ami parlor were beauti fully decorated in white and pink risen and golden roil The couples were v MlssMaud Willinghani ami Mr. Heiin Davis; Miss Rivsio Trims and Mr. I)n Hrauslord ; Miss Virginia Davis and Mr Thai! Verhine; Miss Zoru Davie and, vir Walter Luteu j Miss Stella Milner and Mr Will Clark; Miss Nannie and Mr. Tom Atteberryj Miss Laura Mransiont and Mr. Sam Oliver. ami Mioses Heulah Kennedy and Ogie Leet. .Misses Maggiu and Retta Clark made charming hostess At a late hour they lett, feeling they were oh, so glad they en several times since the taxes were due uiidor the law, besides the people know thohc taxes have been long duo. Notwithstanding all thoso notices mid I or my deputy going to different points in the county at stated times, yet a ninjority of have not paid the tax for is'.m. Now this means you, if yon havo not paid your taxes, and not your neigh-iKirus I will bo compelled to take steps to levy on property at onco so us to bo able to settle with the State mid County. J T. STUimi.r.FiKU),S. F. O. Hy G L. Caiut.ntkk, D. S. tax-payes, A full und complete notice to the taxpayers of Fulton Conutv has been giv- I GOOD FRESH BREAD QO TO THE New City Menj. Hread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, OowgUi. AFRESH OYSTERS i and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Fresh Oysters served in nuy style, and Come See Us 1 I l 99. at all hours. Telephone I Dcuggtsts HKAIMJI'AKTKKS FOR ... New City Bakery. W. R. WEBSTER, DEALER JN I fllll I TONICS, .'iw nil ui Mill h, A'I ll -- MAIIIkl AND SOLE AGENT FOK Hill WHISKIES, 'STANDARD" Lincoln County. Peubody Gluli. UNION (Jirir. TENN. mmmm o Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of eelebrated Brown Shoes. All go at cost TOMr jRTK)lil!S.v - SPECIAL OFFER ttm PliESClUlTLONS Carefully 1 at Kuchuimn's, Best values iu School Shoes at Rtyu NiYf-Oli' -- Compounded, I am enabled to sell, anil hereby ofler you, four full qunrtB of "HOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double Di'milled, RYE WHISKEY, for J. OO, EXPRESS PREPAID. I propose to ship on approval, in plain Hoxen with no marks lo in When you receive it ami tent it, if it Is not satisfacillimte oonlente. tory return It at roy expense and I will return! you $3.00. This is it moat liberal offer, nutl I await your orders, Yours my truly. Dear Slit: Wt WBBBTm i UW- r- -- ' , t" u jjiSSfrrr ryj S&3 tar- - rr "WWI ' a m" rwflfii 'Iw1'" A The Hickman Courier11'0 GEORGE WAItltEN. Publisher. J0Y Lom LIFE- Dr. Tnlmage. A Prescription Prepared by Rev. UICKMAN. KEKTL'CKl. CURRENT TOPICS. nrllKlon Will nnil OlTurl the IlUtlpntlona of Life Tlio Womkx are not permitted to be photographed in China. Tiik skeleton alone of an averagt whale weighs US tons. There are 1.500 persons upon the German emperor's list of employes. The greatest customers the 1'eoria distillers have are the Japanese. AX exhibition of Canada's mineral resources is to be held at Toronto. Tiik renrine- of silk worms ptves employment to 000.000 people in Italy.. The linest shops in a Chinese city arc those devoted to the sale of Collins. A rniiMAXENT exhibition of Spanish products is being1 established at llayti. l.v the vear ended .Tune CO. 4,740 im migrants were received at San Fran- llontrncrn .oirl I n Chnrlnl for lie MvIiik. I.ouls Klopsch.) - (Copyrighted. 1st. cisco. ft IP? ft ri M II The Dominion of Canada imposes a tax of Sj0 on every Chinaman that enters that country. OXE hundred thousand Americans have visited Kuropc this summer, breaking all records. Of every 100 school children in London. 05 leave school between theii tenth and eleventh years. The president has authorized the of a company of Indiani for service In the Philippines. Hex Clench, the highest mountain in Scotl. nd. will have an electric road to its summit and a sanitarium. Akiuca has nearly 70 different and this fact presents great ditiuuUics to missionary efforts. Hki.la M. Hughes, of Atchison, Kan., recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of her second marriage. jjbVancocvek city council has voted 500 to the trades and labor council toward the Labor day celebration. Paris has a burial vault fitted with electrical appliances for the detection of recovery in cataleptic subjects. Evert boy in Germany, from the crown prince to the meanest subject, ii obliged to learn some useful trade. Owino to tho large increase in business the Great Siberian railway is to be rebuilt before the line is completed. Reports of the cotton crp of Texas, Indian Territory and Oklahoma show a decrease in the yield of 37.5 per cent. JoiiAXXEhBuno is 714 miles from Port Elizabeth, i.014 from Cape Town. 660 ."rora East London, t&3 from Durban Y.nd S96 from De.ajoa bay. The health authorities of Bavaria examined last year 5S.4S7 samples of food and drinks, and made complaint! in 16.9 per cent, of all cases. Farmers in Androscoggin county, Maine, complain bitterly of the injury done to their crop by the protected g deer. and At a recent meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Dills advocated the use of English as a universal language for men of science. A shellfish known as the pianna in the Mediterranean has the curiou; power of spinning a viscid silk, which is made in Italy, into a regular fabric. Women do the mining in Colombia. can be No man with any induced io engage in that occupation, because in Spanish times it was the work of slaves. Ix the center of the plaza in Lima ii a pretty bronze fountain that was erected in 157S, a gift from some noble Spaniard, and Is probably the oldest fountain in America. JJmtu.v booksellers are strictly for bidden to sell school children books stitched with wire, as several cases ol blood poisoning have been traced tc scratches from rusty wire. Oxi: of tbi. queerest villages known is in New Guinea, and is called Tupu eelei. The houses are all supported on piles and stand out in the ocean a con siderable distance from shore. It would bcdifticult to imagine more extraordinary digestive powers than those of tho hyena. One of these Leasts has been known to swallow six large bones without crushing them. There is much French and Belgian capital invested in the principal rail tvffy lines of Spain, while England DVns many of the shorter lines and is also at the head of the mining inter- i sts. The Ortiz mine grant of 54.000 acret located .10 miles south of Santa Fc, X M., and covering the richest district of New Mexico, has been hold to Thomas A. Edison and a and London syndicate for S3,nno,-hOrapidly-increasinself-respe- ct gold-bearin- g New-Yor- U I Col. W, L. Allrrioht. of Ohio, a company with 3,000.'iCC to build the "Missing' Link railway" from Chattanooga to Walhal-la- , S. C a distance of 150 miles, is in to secure a charter in that Hate. A cosmiXATlox of glove manufacturers has been effected, with a capital tock of SO.OOO.000, of which S8.000.000 is preferred stock, representing the ;ash value of the properties merged, 000 common stock, which is and to be distributed as a bonus. The weights of classes of studenti before and after examination have been made the subject of recent investigation. In high classes, where naturally tho examination was most felt, leveral pounds w.re loit. showing how the mental strain was felt. In lower classes the loss was not so great. The number of failures from all causes in automatic block signals as rjompared with the total number of movements of each signal does not exceed more than one in SO, 000. A heuedv for tho bites of mosquitoes or gnats, and one that will even alleviate tho pain from the stings of bee and wasps, is to sponge the part affected with a weak solution of liquid ammonia and water. The color of flowers, even tiie most delicate, can be preserved by drying, tays a German chemist, by pressing iiiem between snects of paper that hare been 'saturated with a solution of sue per cent, of oxalic acid in water. In this dlseoutsi- ..i. Inlmnge giver, prescriptions for the prolongation of Me and preaches the gospel of physical health. The text is Psalms 01, 10, "With long life will tatisfy hltn." Through the mistake of its friends religion litis been chielly associated with sick beds and graeysuds. The whole subject to many people is odorous with chlorine and carbolic neid. There are people who cannot pronounce the word "religion" without hearing in it the clipping chisel of the tombstone cutter. It is high time that this thing were changed and that religion, instead of being represented as a hearse to carry out the dead, should be represented ns a i harlot in which the living are to triumph. Religion, so far from subtracting is a glorious addifrom one's titiil-.ty- , tion. It is sanatne, etirntite, hygienic. It is good for the cjes, good for the ears, good for the spleen, good for tin digestion, good for the neres, good for the muscles. When Datid in another part of the psalm prays that religion may be dominant, he dues not speak of it as a mild sickness or an emaciation or on attack of moral and splrituil cramp. He speaks of it as "the sating; health of all nations," while God in the text ptoin-ise- s longevity to the pious, saying: "With long life will I satisfy him." The fact is that men and women die too soon. It is high time that religion joined the hand of medical science in at tempting to improve human longevity. Adam lited 030 years; Methuselah lived 9C9 years. As late in the history of the world as espatlan there were at one time in his empire 45 people 135 years old. So far down as the sixteenth cen tury Peter Zartan died at 1S5 years of age. I do not say that religion will ever take the race back to nnUdlluvinn lon gevity, but 1 do say the length of life will be increased. It is said in Isaiah: "The child shall die a hundred tears old." Now, if, according to Scripture, the child is to be a hundred years old, may not the men and women reach to 300 and 400? The fact is that we are mere dwarfs and skeletons compared with some of the generations that arc to come. Take the African race. They have been under bondage for centuries. Give them a chance, nnd they detelop a Frederick Douglass or a Toussaint L'Ouverture. And. if the white race shall be brought from under the serfdom of sin, what shall be the body, tthat shall be the Religion has only just touched our world. Give it full jvotver for n few centuries, and who can tell tthat will be the strength of man and the beauty of women and the longetlty of all? My design is to show that practical religion is the friend of long life. I prote It llrst from the fact that it makes the care of our health a positite Christian duty. Whether wc shall keep early or late hours, whether we shall take food digestible or indigestible, tt hcther there shall be thorough or incomplete mastication, are questions tery often deferred tothe realm of whimsicality. Rut the Christian man lifts this tt hole problem of health into the accountable and the Divine, lie says: "God has given me this body, nnd lie bjjs called it the temple of the Holy Ghost, and to deface its altars or mar its ttalls or crumble its pillars is a God defying sacrilege." He sees God's caligraphy in every page, anatomical and phy biological. Hesays: "God has given me a wonderful body for noble purposes" that arm with 32 curious bones wielded by 16 curious muscles nnd all tinder the brain's telegraphy, 350 pounds of blood rushing through the heart every hour, the heart in 24 hours beating 100,000 time, during the 24 hours the lungs taking in 57 hogsheads of air, and all this mechanism not more mighty than delicate and easily disturbed and demolished. The Christian man says to himself: "If I hurt my ncrtes, if hurt my brain, If I hurt any of my physical faculties, I insult God and call for dire retribution." Why did God tell the not to oiTer to Him in sacrifice animals imperfect and diseased ? He meant to tell us in all the nges that tte are to offer to God our very best physical condition, and n man who through irregular or gluttonous eating ruins his health is not offering to God such a sacrifice. Why did Paul write for his cloak at Troas? Why should such a great man ns Paul be anxious about n thing so inslgnillcant ns an otereoat? It was because he knew- that with pneumonia and rheumatism he would not be worth half its much to God ami the church us with respiration easy and foot free. An intelligent Christian innn would consider it an absurdity to kneel down at night and pray and ask God's protection while nt the same time he kept the window of his bedroom tight shut against fresh n r. just ns soon think of going out nn the bridge between New York and Ilrooklyn, leaping off and then praying to God to keep him from getting tfurt. Just as long as you refer this tt hoTt subject of physical health to the realm of whimsicality ortotite pastry cook or to the butcher or to the baker or to the apothecary or to the clothier you nre not acting like Christian. Take care of all your physical forces nervous, muscular, bone, brain, cellular tissue for all you must be brought to judgment. Sinokingyour nervous system into fidgets, burning out the coating of your stomach witli wine longwoodcd ami strychnlned, valking with thin shoes to make your feet look delicate, pinched nt the waist until you are nigh cut in two and nei 1 1 Le-vit- Totiie MrPadden Say. tve it difapnoint ed. De las' chapter of dtt hook nys dnt de beautiful heroecn lived to bean old ttotiuin and was hinhly renpected. We don't want want or morphine that you want. It Is nothink about no old woman. W'at tve the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "With long tvnnti it de new wntnnn. an' if yoiuc can't give ui totnethink about de new woman, iflve life will I satisfy him." nickel hack and Again, practical Religion la a friend li our Washington Po.i.we'll buy clicttnult. Bt? f longetlty In the fact that it removes all forrodlng caro about a future exist! UlTrr-- t an Trmtr, ence. Ktcry man wants to know what "How are thiiigt moving along in the hunines lheeday?" If you get on s U become of him. "Well, board a rail train, you want to know at dict came t notice that since the Dreyfus verin I more order what depot it Ih going to stop. If 3011 for fried froRt' don't -have any Tritume. hB.."- Chic.io j.'l on board ti ship, you wnutfo know nto what harbor it Is going to run. God gives a man hi ton!, but he mutt acn if you should tell me you hate no quire hit trade. Rnm't Hum. interest In what Is to be your future .Irstiny 1 would, in as polite n way as I Unow how, tell you I did not believe ton. I Wo re had this matter settled with reference to my future existence the question almost worried me Into ruined health. The ansletics nwn have upon this subject, put together, would make a mnrtyrdotu. This Ik a state of awful unhenlthlness. There lire, people who fret themselves to denth for fear of dying. I want to take the strain off iir ncrtes and the depression offyour mil, in.d I make two or three experiment. Experiment first: When you out of tills world It does not mnke Iln vmirhff! nrhfV Piln hnrVrif. -- "--" you have been .1 n v difference whether ". yourcyesr oau tasic in yourmouiu r 4'o.mI or bad, whether you belleted truth It's your livcrl Aycr s Pills are rrror. you itImpossible," will go straight to glory. nvrr niti nrv rurn rnncnnniinn you say. "My common headache, dyspepsia, and all liver well ns my religion leaches that compreuus. :ac. ah aniRRisis. the .ii! nd t lie good cannot lite togethtttul your Miou.tsdiB or t buuulul J er foreter. You give me no comfort In otrr-boar- d nrown or rirn nirv r infn tit that cvperlnicnt." Experiment the sece BUCKINGHAM'S DYE era ondWhen you leate this world you will go into an Intermediate stute.wherc von ran get converted and prepared for "Impossible," you say. "As tin- - tree falleth. so must It He, nnd I cminot M)stpone to an intermediate t.ite reformation which ought to lint iiet-i- i effected In ihU state." Experi ment the third: There is no future world. When a man diex. Hint it the Inst of him. Do not worry about what rou are to do In another state of being. saved. There are aged people who would Vou will not do anything. "Impossi. have been dead 25 years ago but for the bio," you say. "Thcic It something that defenses and the equipoise of religion. tells me that death it not the nppendli. You have no more nntural resistance hut the preface, to life. There is somethan hundreds of people who lie in thing thnt tells me that on this side the cemeteries y slain by their own of the grave I only get started and vices. The doctors made their case as thnt I shall go on foreter. My potter to kind and pleasant as they could, nnd It ttnnk says 'forever," my n.Tectlom say was called congestion of the brain or '''rcver,' my capacltv tc eiJoy or tuf-fe- r, 1 1 ther pan wo.'th anything, groaning about sick headache and palpitation of tho heart, which you think came from God, when they cniile from your own folly I What right has any tnnn or woman to deface tho temple of the Holy Ghost? What Is the car? It is the whispering gallery of the soul. What Is the eye? it is the observatory God constructed, its telescope sweeping the heavens. What Is the hand? An instrument so wonderful that, when the carl of llrldgcwnter bequeathed In his will $10,000 for treatises to bo written on the wisdom, power nnd goodness of God, Sir Charles Hell, the great English anatomist and surgeon, found his greatest illustration in the construction of the human hand, devoting his whole book to that subject. So wonderful nre these bodies that God names his own attributes after different parts of them. His omniscience it is God's eye; His omnipresence It is God's ear; His omnipotence it is God's nrm; the upholstery of the midnight heat ens it is the work of GocJ's fingers; Ills power It is the breath of the Almighty; his dominion "the government shall he upon his shoulder." "Hut," you say, "professors of religion have fallen, professors of religion have got drunk, professors of religion hate misappropriated trust funds, professors of religion have absconded." Yes, but they threw away their religion before they did their morality. If a man on a White Star line steamer, bound for Liverpool, in jumps nnd Is drowned, is that anything against the White Star line's capacity to take the man across the ocean? And if n man jumps oter the gunwale of his religion and goes down neter to rise, is that any reason for your believing that religion has no capacity to take the man clear through? In the one case, if he had kept to the steamer, ids body would have been sated; in the other case, if he had kept to his religion, his morals would have been life-givin- g mid-Atlant- O nervous and fcvcrUh people of the world, try this almighty sedative! You u 111 live 25 years longer under Its soothing potter. It is not chloral that you Titar Wtf tJp-io-- ni. xjmiinin)iiinniiminmiinnnit' "Tfic Prudent Man Scttdh His House in Order Your humtn tenemtnt should be gkxn even more creful Attention thin the house you live in. Set it in order by thoroughly renovating your nuhole system throtigh blood nuae pure by taking Hood's SArsiprillA. Ihen every organ tvill ct promptly And regularly. OSabaU 1 sssst,,eissssssssssa UiuL ''is issssr' inummmmimommimmimm'mmmi.mmim' AW --"" 1 TAPE WORMS A -- o PMeS Iftift leant cama on tlm tcrun titer niy ttktnir two L'ASi'AHKTS. Thl 1 aui turn hat caur-ei- l mr bail health lor tlio lnnt three jttrt. I am still Ultlntf Catcirpl!. tun only cathartic worthy of " notice by ioultlo Uso. W Uowlm, lltlrd. Matt. tape worm eighteen fart lung al CANDY tmadi mahk. aiawriMD I 11 Ow.l, ritatant. I'alatatil. I'olrnt Tail .ser Mftvn. Wriiiu, or 'atli ... 10c, Onnd. P II.Htet CURE CONSTIPATION. tmif rrf.(ll!.., HMlniJ, (i,i ... lft. til Xctoe. Nil I UMb o t'VKICTvbacco llaMt-- to-da- - I 11 something else, but the snakei and the bluefllcs that seemed fo crawl over (he pillow in, the sight of the delirious patient showed what was the mutter with him. You, the aged Christian man, walked along by that unhappy one until you came to the golden pillar of a Christian life. You went to the right, he went to the left. That is nit the difference between you. If this religion is a protest agaiust all forms of dissipation, then it is an illustrious friend of longevity. "With long life will I satisfy Him." Suppose you had a supernatural neighbor who came in nnd said: "Sir, 1 want you to call on me in every exigency. I am your fast friend. I could fall back on $20,000,000. can foresee a panic ten years. I hold the controlling stock In 30 of the best monetary Institutions of New ork. Whenever you are in trouble call on me, unci I will help you. You can have my money. and you can hate my influence. Here is my hand in pledge for it." How much would you worry about busin.-ssWhy, j 011 would say: "I'll do the best I can, and then I'll depend on my friend's generosity for the rest." Now, more than that is promised to every Christinn business man. God says to him: "I own New York and London nnd St. Petersburg and Peking, and Australia and California are mine. I can foresee a panic a hundred years. I hate all the resources of the unitersr. and I am your fast friend. When yen get in business trouble or any other trouble, call on me, nnd 1 will help. Here is my hand in pledge of omnipotent deliverance." How much should that man worry? Not much. What Hon will dare to put his paw on that Daniel? Is there not rest in this'.' Is there not an eternal vacation in this'.' "Oh," you sny, "here is n man who asked God for a blessing In a certain enterprise, and he lost $5,000 in It. Explain that." I will. Yonder is n factory, and one wheel is going north, and the other wheel Is going south, and one wheel plays laterally, and the other plays vertically. I go to the manufacturer and I say: "O manufacturer, tour machinery is a contradiction! Why do you not make all the wheels go one way?" "Well," he says, "I made them go in opposite directions on purpose, and they produce the right result. You go downstairs and examine the carpets we are turning out In this establishment, and you tt ill see." I go down on the other floor, and I see the carpets, and am obliged to confess that, though the wheels in that factory go In opposite directions, they turn out a beautiful result, and while am standing there looking nt the exquisite fabric an old Scripture passage eomos into my mind: "All things work together for good to tlieia who love God." Is there not a tonic In that? Is there not longevity in that? Suppose a man is nil the time worried about his reputation? One man says he lies, another says he is stupid, another says he Is dishonest and half II dozen printing establishments attack him, and he Is in a great state of excitement nnd worry and fume nnd cannot sleep, but religion comes to him and says: "Man, God Is 011 y our side. He will tnke care of your reputation. If God be for you, who enn be against you?" How much should that man worry about his reputation? Not much. If that broker who home years ago In Wall street, after hehod lost money, sat down unci wrote a farewell letter to his wife before he blew hlr train-nuIf, Instead of taking out of his pocket n pistol, he had taken out a New Testament, there would have been one less suicide. 1 1 1 t forever.' " Well, you defeat me In my three I have only one more to make, and if you defent me in that I am exhausted. A mighty One on n knoll b.irk of Jcrunalem one day, the skirt f ted with forked lightnings and the earth tilled with volcanic disturbance, t'irned His pale nnd agonized face t'ttaril the heavens and ald: "I take the sins nnd sorrows of the nges Into own heart. I am the expiation. I'itness, earth unl Heatcn and hell, I am the expiation." And the hammer struck Him, nnd the j)cnrs punctured Mm, nnd Heaven thundered: "The wages of sin Is death!" "The soul that linnet!., it shiill die!" "I will by no y f-- II VVsa I " means clear the guilty!" Then there tvns silence for half an hour, nnd the lightnings were drawn buck into the scabbard of the sky, and the earth ceased to quiver, and nil the colors of the sky began to shift Into a rainbow woven tint of the falling tram of Jesus, and there was red as of the bloodshed ding, and there was blue ns of the bruit Ing. and there was green ns of tint heavenly foliage, and there was orange ns of the day dawn, nnd along the line of the blue I saw the words: "I wai bruised for their iniquities," (nnd along the line of red I saw the words: "Tim blood of Jcsuh Christ clcaiiheth from all sin," and along the line of the green I saw the words: "The Icates of the Tree of Life for the healing of the nations," and along the line of the orange I saw the words: "The day spring from on high hath tisited u h," nnd then 1 saw the storm was over, and the rainbow- rose higher and higher until it seemed retreating to nnother heat en. and, planting one column of its colors on one side of the eternal hill, and planting the other column of Ita colors on the other side the eternal hill, it rose upward and upward, "and, behold, there tvns a rainbow about the throne." Accept that sacrifice and quit worrying. Tnke the tonic, the inspiration, the longevity, of this truth. Religion is sunshine; thnt is health. Religion is fresh uir nnd pure water; they are healthy. Religion is warmth; thnt is healthy. Ask all the doctors, and they will tell you that a quiet conscience nnd pleas-tin- t anticipations are hygienic, i offer you perfect peace now and hereafter. What do you want In the future world? Tell me, and you shall hate it. Orchards? I'hcre are trees with 12 manner of fruits, yielding fruit; etery month. Water scenery? Theie Is the river of Life from under the throne of God, clear ns crystnl, nnd the sen ol glass mingled with fire. Do you want iiiurIc? There Is the oratorio of the Creation led on by Adam, nnd theorn-torlof the Red sen led on by Mosts. nnd the orntorlo of the Messiah led en by St. Paul, while the archangel with swinging baton controls the 1,000 who make up the orchestrn. Do you want reunion? There arc your children waiting to kiss you, waiting to embrace you waiting to twist garlands in your hnir. You have been accustomed to open the door on this side the sepulclicr. I open the door on thu other side the sepulclicr. You hnve been accustomed to walk in the wet grass on the top of the grate. I show you the under side of the grave. The bottom has fallen out, nnd the long ropes with which the pall bearers let down your dead let them clear through Into Ilenten. Glory be to God for this robust, healthy religion! It will have n tendency to make you live long In this world, and n the world to come you will have eternal life. "With long life I will satisfy him." o 1 1 Itching Burning Scaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and. Speedily Cured by (yticura Thu Itching nnd burning I stiflem. In my feet and llinbi for three years were terrible. At night they tvero worso nnd would keep mo nwnko a doctor, 'Jl't- I consulted ITCHING Brc:,t'r I)!,rt ' t'"" on tho- road most ofdoctor afteralso ono my time, . ni I was travelling LI 111 0f our city doctor. Nono of thu doctors know what tho thu medicines J hiidbecn troublo was. I got a lot of thodlllcrcnt Riunple-io- f using. I found them of no many different kind that I concluded I would have to go to n Cincinnati !upltal beforu I would get relief. I had frequently been urged to try CUTICUKA KKMKDIES, but I hail no faith In them. My wife finally prevailed upon mo to try them. Presto I What a change! lam now cured, and It Is n 'tcrmuiiciit cure. I feel Ilka kicking eomo doctor or myself for suflerlug thrco years when I could have used II. JENKINS, Mlddlcboro, Ivy. CUTICUHA remedies. ... .,c Speedy Cure Treatment with HOT water ami CUTICUIIA SOAP to cleanse-thskin ami scalp 0 crusts ami scales, ami salen the thickened cuticle. Dry, utthuut lutrd ruLbtiiHy ami apply CUTICUHA Ointment freely to allay itching, irritation, and inflammation, ami soothe and heal, and lastly take CUTJCUJIA. HESOT.VUXTtti cool and cleanse the blood. Tills aweetunil wholesome trcntmeutuiTonls Instant relief, penults rest and sleep In thu severest forms of eczema nnd other itching, burning, and scaly humors of tho ckln, scalp, and blood, and points ton speedy, permanent, and economical euro when all other remedies and even thu bct physicians fall. Price. The St. tlJ5 or. F04P. 15c, Oiktmint, 60c ami Kit.nl.TiKT (lialfiltK) Me. Sol4 tbruughojl tlm world. Torres Iituo aao Ctu. Cot., Bolt frapa., Uoiloo, slat, "ktsr UCBbif. Setlr humeri," mallei trta, liathe the affetled iwrtt well-rea- d There are 1,000 vessels which trots the Atlniulc ocean regularly every month, some of them twity. a month. r . BOMBARDMENT. for Three Mourn American War Sblpi Threw Shelli Into OlatifrajM. THE PEACE CONGRESS. Capt. Croilar. Mamliar, Talk Inglr of Iha I'rnflnadlngi llagua Katartala- at Tha THE TRANSVAAL Predicted the Free State Uaad Will Take Decisive MPasureB. Umur IKDIAIf arowliir-- Wnr WARFARE. tha Troubla With tha Ysqals ta.MasU Instead of Abating Scattering- Into small lianda - DEWEY ARRIVES Citizens of New York Getting1 tho City in .Shape for His Reception. Coaatlnr Vessels Are llelna; fitted Up to Accommodate Jhe llatel Overflow With Stateroomt aad Meati Irish Volunteers Snubbed. THE PHILIPPINE ARMY. Four Department! Are to He Made, Thfee) of Thain lo Ha tamniaoded by Major llenerala Intaraalloaat Traalr. 20. American Hail On Man Moandid During the Olangapu, Which Was Middled With Hliella, Ten. a rfra at Several 1'larav MiSIU, Sept. 3a, The UnltcdNtatci cruiser hnrlcstuu, the monitor Monterey nml the gunbonta Concord and V.nflro, with marine and blue Jacket from the cruiser Baltimore, IcftC-ritSeptember 13 and proceeded to bublg bay to destroy nn limurcent can-nun e Owing to the bud weather the opera-tiowan Miktponed until Saturday when the wnr ships for lhreo houri bombarded the town of Olangnpo and tint entrenchment wbero the gnu wti sltuali'd. Men frosi the Charleston, Concord and '.Hiiro Mere then landed under a nrnvy Insurgent tire, proceeding to the i.iuuou which wu utterly destroyed by gun cotton, aim then returning to treatment of prisoners the war ships. spies, women, church mid propThu American had one man wound erty was provided. rd during tho engagement. While The most serious point of dlTcrencc walling In fcublg buy for better In thl matter was the treatment of weather tho American, descried Fili- those clti.ens In an Invaded country moving toward who. without pino olllccr. organization or OUugnpu. uniform, fought in defense of their At 0:10 a. in., Salutday. the Monterey homes and country. The smaller bewail the advance iiK.n tho town, of the continent, and Kngland winch wa. about three mile oi specially, contended for tho right of The Char-f- such person the monitors to treatment n legitConcord anil 'nflro follow rd. imate so dlors of the nation to which At 7 US thu Monterey opened tire they belonged. On the other hand, with her icroudray and main batteries the strong military governments mainthe tharlestnu and Concord Joining' tained that only soldier in uniform, immediately. At 7.S3 tho Insurgent properly otllccrcd and armed, should cannon answered, the ti rut hiiot pas-ireceive treatment of soldiers . tr close to the Muutrrey'a and all other be subject to be shot ns The gun was fired twlci-onlgiurlllas without quarter. It was The American liitiilmrdlni; then be finally decided that men In an Invaded came general. At U:tW the Monterey eomitry should be considered as solaJmicd to a range of OOOyards uslu,; dier if they complied with these proher main battery. Two hundred and visions: Were organized under ft refifty men were landed about MM) yn.-.sponsible olllccr; carrici-uuf- t openly; east of tho Ufti.iion at II o'clock under wore some distinctive badge or ema seven- shore Mauser tire. The men blem and obserrud the laws and cusfrom the Charleston were the tirnt to tom of war These regulations nre men not required in onse of sudden invareach thu brash, tint werv the first at the gun, which they sion, so that they can not be complied ,n with, provided the combatant The caHnon teaeheil at 11:10. obKrupp served the law and custom of wnr. fuiitid to b i gun. presumably ohtAltic.il from the The protection of of h pa mart! ft. women and children and of property is Meanwhile the wnr ships continued provided for. The treatment of and to the shelving braeh on the cast dellnltion of spies is ouu of the artiand west side to rilenc Urn 'nsurgcul cles. Work of art aro no longer contire iihiii the sullor from the trenches sidered kjkiiU of war and are not to be skirting the beach. carried away or destroyed. The derjlodc4 69 round of struction of public building and other lilltiarr gun oitton, In three dlMjlidryov in the public propr-rtIs not allowed unit: canuoH, which bad suiTorcd from the It Is absolutely uecusnry for military fire of the war ships. purposes. Private property not to Tie American then returned to the be scixt-- and held except lu case ln'Jln, the firing Inland being kept r of necessity and Is not to be ;o protect the embarkation. The absolutely needed; taken unless men were the last to reach the church property is to be respect-rhere, jiiiI the war ship were reached and the rules of the l.cd Cross at II. A0. now uved on land nre extended Cadet llrliucr, with the Coitoord'r to maritime- warfare. While nearly all launch nrmml with a Galling, did ex- the delegates ngmed that there should cel lent work on the left of the landing be more humaneness in warfare, there party. Cnpl. Myerts of the marines, were disagreements at times which field piece. made the subject dllllcull to adjust. caiturt a iimilc-lrmillnicut. McDonald was ,n command ol However, an earnest desire to reach the landing parly, and the movement b.i agreement filially prevailed with a splendidly executed and con the rcsu.t that a was drawn trolled tho support of nil the wliioh The number of thu Filipinos there representatives of the nations present. could not be ascertained and no dead The action of the Untied Mates lu takwen ace it. ing the lead lu the matter of humane'I he Monterey fired for four ness in warfare back in IfcOS, wan aliotn from her favorably commented on by a number gun and fiom her twelv of tho delegates. Hull gun MUST STOP MOBILIZING. town which was riddled with u mi-lio- there Croilar, of tho ordnance bureau, who was a member of tho international confer, ence at Th ha returned tohU dutle In tho war department. Cant Crosier talk cutertalnjiiely of the proceeding of the conference, and U well pleased with whnt wns accomplished. He naya that It was known as aoon as tho conference assembled that there could be nothing done re jrardinj the decrease" of armies, and the cessation of Invention and in tho matter of offensive and defensive warfare, but tho subject was considered and lvcn attention, though nothing approaching an agreement w us ever reached. To tap L Crozier tho most important and interesting fcatura of the conference which was agreed upon Is the treaty for an internationnl code of civilized warfare. The basla of the code w u the celebrated order No. 100, Issued In 1SIW by tho United htates during the civil war, in which a code for the CapU Haj-ucpro-KTu- m WAmiiNoio.f , Sept. Can Not Comnirnca IlostUltlat fora Iha r.nd of Uclnbar Offing Abtanea oMlatn Orang-- twum Matalhankad for Aid. a ti Lo.mio.h. Sept 25. Tho Transvaal situation-- presents uu new feature. Dispatches from Johannesburg Monday morning report ft complete dislocation of the Hand mining industry, Tho exodus continues end all the mines are closing. The lllocmfontcln correspondent of the Manchester Guardian, a organ, snys: "lloth President Steyn nnd Mr. Fisher, (of the Orange Frco Stnto executive). Inform ma that the Volksrnad la absolutely unanimous that the two republics should stand or fall together. President Steyn nld: "Suppose wo remain neutral and tho Transvaal were conquered. Tt Is not likely that wc would bo og permitted to stand outside British control. Let a rich gold field be dhf covered, und what would become ol pro-Boer us?" i. smuUe-stackv The spccinl correspondent of the nt Pic lcrmurit7burg, Natal, says: "It is beliarcd that the protracted sitting of the Orange Free ttntc mad due to the elaboration of decisive nicnsurcs. No rain has fallen In cither republic and It I doubtful whether the Boors can coni'iiunce hostilities before tho cud of October." Piiktuiiia, Sept. 25. The Volkstcln conveys to President .Steyn and Mr. Fisher, of the Orange Free State, tin thanks of the whole republic for their support. According to tho same authority tho Transvaal government has decided to return to the owner tho fine young lion which Cecil Hhodcs recently presented to the Transvaal delegates to the Agricultural Union In CipcTowu ubout ten day ago us It declines to have anything whatever to do with that gentleman. Dally Telegraph 1 WIND AND RAIN STORM. Ill Strain Iturjr Clrrrlnllil, l.littMl II till I.uiiiliiir, Mink In ihti Ilxrlmr Naar Muuili of Oilragu ItlVer. 25. Austin, Tex., Sept. 20. Judging from reports that reached bore Monday from Ortiz, state of Sonora, Mcx., the Vaqul Indian warfare is rapidly growing worse instead of abating. Lieut. has arrived at Torres on his way to the City of Mexico to make official reports as to the progress of the campaign. He says there has been no cessation in the warfare being waged against the Indians by the Mexican government. Ho reports that tho Indians hnvo scattered Into small bands and are now vigorously waging n guerilla warfare and that tho Mexican soldiers have ndoptcd similar tactics andaroalsodlvidcd into smnll scouting parties, and that there nro frequent engagements between the soldiers nnd the Indians. The Indians avoid open engagements with the soldiers, rather harrasslng them with attacks from secure positions In the mountains und along tho rough mountain roads, not infrequently causing much loss of life among the soldiers, with little harm to themselves. Gen. Torres, in command of the Mexican troops, nsk the Mexican war department to send a force of ruralcs to assist him. as it is thought they can render very effective servlco against thc Indians. Iho Yaquls hold the ruralcs in great dread, ns they arc e their enemies and a most formidable fo During the past ten days a great many miners have arrived at Ortiz, having been driven out of the mountains by tlio threatening situation, mid all bear tales of murder and bloodshed. Dozens of.sklrmish fights have resulted In ft number of soldiers and Indians being killed, and several miners hate lost their lives. Many of them have deserted paying mines In order to save their lives. The entire country tributary to the uprising is in a state of fermentation nnd all the Americans nro leaving as rapidly as possible. Dividing the soldiers into smnll squads scatters the war over a wider range of mountain territory nnd every sectlou of the Yaqui country is terrorized. Ma-Jern- n old-tim- CAN NOT GO TO CHICAGO. Chicago, Sept. During a severe Owing to lllnrm of Muiu. Dlaa I'raildent Illar lint Appointed I.le .MurUral a III wind and rain storm Sunday sln-1- 1 evening ltrprrf ntatl. nii 1 d Con-rout'- s d p I trcy roci-he- d hours--lurniv-o- ten-inc- h 'lite iheliH, took lire BUY A t at several points i"lirrlia 'JO.OUU .Matalll-,- .. Kni-ta- Will II it llln.t I hat It 111 Ha CUBAN ESTATE. the llu- - llrCil"l tlici In al t'lilllrmlljr .tot lrti.nl l,iivrtiiitnt. " I17 ,lnrlrn Cuarn apllallaU the I'roTllire of Mi(r l',riii nl .Sept. 2.V rrrt Cougresimnn American representing capitalists, ha purchased the Tlngn-arsugar estate, one of tho largest In Cuba, in the province of MatanzA The estate Include .'0.000 acre which, with other large properties along the south const that Mr. Ilawley arrang-Inj- f for, will, it U expected, produce of Mijjar. A lare 100,000.000 pound part of the land purrhaed I virgin oil, upon which 81,M)0.00O will be exe pended, including the cost of It. II. Havana, Hnwley, o 1 Imp-or- went. Fkiiiiou Spain, Sept. 'tt. -- Serloiinllv took place here Saturday turbauce crcnlnif. A mob of COO atoned the Catholic club nnd town hall. Miiashlnp; thc windows in both bulldiiitf. The municipal churned the rioter but were repulsed, 11 (,'iiard belli l'l ti red, a well a, ninny civilian, unlly ti Mtmil of mounted jjendarmos duperhed tho rioter. Tho authoritlc have proclftimed tho city under martini -j !Mturtinea at rVrrnl, 4pln. law. London, fccpt. 2d A special dispatch from Pretoria say. that the member of tho rolksraad, believing that the Hritish note aro intended to gnin time for the concentration of troops urge the government to adjourn the rand immediately and to send Great Britain a note declaring that further mobilization will bo regarded as an unfriendly act. Trenches, earthworks and sand bag defense nre being erected In all available approaches to the capital. Csl'KTow.N, Sept. 2d. It Is reported from Pretoria that Commandant Gen. Plot Joubert reckons on 18,000 Trans-raa- l troops, 1(1,000 from tho Oraugo Free State, 8.000 from Capo Colony, 2 000 from Natal nnd 0,000 Hollanders Gorman and others I'nlillrlr .hot. was ltK.i.ditAiiK. Sept. shot publicly Monday afternoon In the presence of a lurgo crowd for nn alleged nttcnipt on tho king's life. In rlew of tho ftbsenuo of trustworthy rridence, the finding of the tribunal is tho subject of general condemnation. After thu sentences wore rend, Pnisltch was Informed tha'. King Alexander hid pardoned him. -- representative. President Diaz Monday night expressed deep regret that he must forego the pleasure of the trip which ho had looked forward to with keen desire. He had hoped to meet the leading men of the neighboring republic and felt that the occasion would bo of much benefit to both countries. While the illness of Mine. Diaz has nil along placed a degree of uncertainty about the plans of tho president for his northern journey, it was hoped until FAITHLESS FILIPINOS. Monday that her condition might improve sufficiently to allow President llirjr I lava Not lirpi llirlr I'roinWp III Diaz to be absent. So strong was this Itrcnril o tint Mirirmlrr of .llllrr- expectation that Monday the senate lr.ni I'rtioiifiis again took up tho matter of the proManila, ScpL 24. No information posed visit and increased tho amount ha beon received from the naval ex- of the appropriation for the expenses 0 pedition nt Subig bay. of the president and his party to The Filipinos have not made god in gold. The former appropriation their oiler to surrender the American was S100.000 In slUcr. It was shortly prisoners, nml th;y hare not scut an after this action that the announceolllccr to meet Maj. Gen. Otis as prom- ment of the change in President Diaz's ised. plans was announced. Nothing further has been hoard from THE AMERICAN PRISONERS. the rebel olllcer who conferred with Gen. MoArlliur recently and returned It la Iteported That the Filipino Coo- to thulr own lines. rr linn Ka.nlred to Iteleate 11 of Chief Signal Olllccr Thompson has Thrill Mednetday or Thursday. gone on n two weeks' lour of Inspection of the cable service of all tho Manila, Sept. 20. Two Kngllshmen southern Islands. who had been held by the insurgents since June have arrived nt Angeles. AN EARTHQUAKE. They report that the Filipino congross Two Hundred I'triuni l'arliliril In tha Hit- - has resolved that 14 American prisoner shall be surrendered on WednesIrlct of Aldln, In lata Minor Much day or Thursday. I'ropfrtr Ileitrorml. They have, however, no informaCoxsTAKTia-orXKSept. 25. The tion ns to the whereabouts of Capt. district of Aldln, in Asia Minor, wa Charles M. Rockefeller, of thu 10th invisited by an earthquake on September fantry, who disappeared in April last 90 nnd, ncconllug to the latest advice-.and of whom no trace has been disover 200 persons perished. covered. Tho chief cities of the Vilayet or They assert that throe Americans Province of Aidin, are Smyrna, its who were captured by tho robels are capital; Maneesa nnd Aldln. The city acting as otlicers in the insurgent of Aidin Is about HO mlleu southeast of army. Smyrna. It is the residence of n pasha and the focus of a nourishing trade in lr. Herman Wadsworth llajrlaraalelda. HosTO.v, Sept. 20. Dr. Herman grain, carpets, tigs, opium anil sponges. Wadsworth Havley, 35 years old, In1 structor of latin lu Wesleyan universiMrrtlnir With Ills l lilldren. Londo-- . ScpL 25. The Paris corre- ty and a member of the faculty was spondent of tho Standard says: "The found dead in his room in the United excitement of meeting his children has States hotel Monday with his throat He had committed suicide. He produced a serious reaction in the con- cut. dition of Dreyfus and it is fenrcd that was ono of the finest clusslcal scholars Lately lie had been it may be necessary to send him to in the country. haunted by tho f ar of losing his mind. Malta or Madeira." lc-;wntcr-logge- d half-sunke- the steam barge Cleveland, lumber laden, sunk in the harbor near tho mouth of thu Chicago river. CapU Henry Davis and n crew of 11 men wero rescued by tugs, with considerable difllculty. Tho Clcvclmid t Frankfort, .Mich., Satin day, bound for Chicago with 200,000 feet of lumber. Tho boat sprung a leal: off Waukcgan, and owcondition was ing to her driven on a reef while attempting to reach the loner harbor here. After the crew was rescued, tugs dragged n vessel Into the inner the harbor. The Cleveland wa built 30 years ago. City or Mr.xtc.-o-. hept. 20. -- President Diaz can not go Chicago on account of tho Illness of Mtno. Diaz. Ho has appointed Lie Ignaciou Marlscal, minis ter of foreign rclntioas to go as his S150,-00- , , The United with Adm. Dowey on board, arrived at Sandy Hook at 5:55 o'clock Tuesday morning. Adm. Dewey's arrival Tuesday morning was a surprise, as ho was not expected until Thursday. y Nkw Yokk, Sept, 20. From tho to Harlem the streets show evidence of tho preparation for Adm. Dewey's welcome. Nearly every office building on Hroadway and the downtown thoroughfares is being decorated with flags, bunting, shield, streamers and the enthusiasm displayed in the adornment of private houses is not behind hand. Fifth avenue, as tho main route of the parade, presents a busy appearance. Stands arc building all along its length on tho steps of churches, offices and dwellings. Vacant windows bear huge pictures of the admiral, coupled with the sign, "To let for Dewey day." Tho town is already crowded with people. All hotels nre full and furnished rooms are well tnken up. Among the vessels already in tho harbor to participate lu the wclcotno are several which arc usually engaged in the coasting and sound traffic. These are well provided with nnd their agents have already bid for the hotel overflow. It is proposed to provide sleeping and eating accommodations on several of them during the week. Included in the sightseeing lloating hotels are some of the boats used as transpcrts in moving troops to tho West Indies. Special induccufents are being offered the patrons of the hotel boats to remain over and witness the yacht races next week. The reception committee has finally decided upon the order to be taken by thf city officials nnd the guests of the city in the land parade next Saturday. It is as fallow's: Sousa's band, battalion of sailors of ilic Olympla, Dewey and tho mayor, Dewey's five captains at Manila, Dewey's personal staff, Adm. Sampson nnd hnndolph Guggcnheimer, Adm. Sampson's staff, Adm. Philip, commandant of tho New York station and President T. F. Wood of the board of aldermen, stair of Adm. Philip, junior officers of the Olympla, junior officers of tho North Atlantic squadron. That will complete the naval formation. Then will come the guests of the city In this order: Visiting governors not accompanied by troops; Maj. Gen. Miles and aides; Hr. Adm. Schley and Kr. Adm. Miller (retired); joint committee of the municipal assembly (U of them); sailors of tho North Atlantic squadron. Following the sailors will b'o the soldiers of tho regular and the other military organizations. Tho committee of seven of the reception committco will visit the Olympla ns soon as Adm. Dewey will receive them on Thursday afternoon and formally make known to him the city's plans for his reception. Tho mayor's private secretary will accompany tho committee and ask Adm. Dewey if it will bo convenient for him to receive the mayor of New York at 11 o'clock the following day. Levi P. Morton has accepted tho invitation to be one of tho committee of seven. All have now accepted except William C. Whitney who has not yet been heard from. At a meeting of tho United Irish societies of New York Monday resolutions were adopted declaring that "Whereas, A committee of officers representing the Irish volunteers waited upon Maj. Gen. Hoe, grand marshal of the parade and asked, and were refused a place in tho parade, wo tako emphatic exception to this action as invidious, if not hostile to the Irish volunteers and resent the unjust discrimination as depriving the regiment of the honor of a position in the lino of march as admirers and fellow citizens of the hero of Manila, Adm. Nkw Yohk, Sept. States cruiser Olympla, 2. Hat-tcr- stntc-room- s, Washington, Sept. 28. A plan is under consideration at the war depart ment to create an army division of the Philippines and divide thcdivislon into departments on a basis similar to that in Cuba. Tho idea is to create four departments in tho Philippines, at least three of them to be commanded by Philippines major generals. Tho heretofore have, been known as the department of tho Pacific. It ia expected tkat one departproposed new ment of the division will consist of Gen. MacAr-thur- 's command north of Manila, another will bo Gen. Lawton's command south of Manila, and a third will be a new command to operate from or Dagupen. A fourth department probably will consist of troops in the islands south of Manila, which include the commands now at Hollo, Ccbu and other points. The scheme has not yet taken such definito form as to determine the commands of the division and departments. There is no doubt,howcvcr, that Lawton and Mac Arthur will remain where they now arc, and probably tho command in the islands south will bo under a brigadier general. Another officer will have to bo selected for tho department in the far northern part of tho island at tho terminus of tho Dagupen railroad. The plan Is to give each department commander all tho troops that can be successfully operated and also insure sufficient garrisons for all points taken. Protection to tho peaceable tribei is ono of the chief objects sought, as representations made to the war department indicate that many ol the inhabitants do not want to fight and if unmolested and relieved from fear of attack by the Tagals will assist in supporting tho authority of the United States and make It impossible for the followers of Agulnaldo to subsist. Lin-gay- PRESIDENT DIAZ. Fserddent McKlnley to Meet Ilia and Invite Illiu to Come to W sahln'-to- u a the Nation's Gaeit. Washington, Sept. 2S. In connection with President Diaz's visit to Chicago, it is expected that President McKinlcj will meet the Mexican president al Chicago and invite him to come tc Washington an his guest nnd the guest of the nation. Diaz's route northward is expected to be through San Antonio and St. Louis. At tho latter point ho maj make a stop, ns the club of that city have telegraphed to the Mexican embassy here an urgcul request that the president honor St. Louis with a visit. In recognition of the presence of I foreign ruler within the country, it ii probable that s. representative of President McKinley will meet the Mexican president at the United States bordei and accompany him throughout hit stay in tills country. An army olllccr of high rank is likely to be selected for this service. No lest than 14 invitations from that man; cities have been extended to President Diaz to be their guest during his stay in the United States. But the understanding among officials is that he will not be able to accept many of these. Latin-Americ- WILL MARRY A BRAHMIN. Millionaire Indigo Merohant, of India, to Wed .Mln Virginia Tyler Hud-seof Kentucky. n, Dewey." Situation In Veneiiirla Critical. Ponck, Porto P.ico, Sept. 20. -A- dvices Chicago, Sept. 23. When Andand A. Advanl, a millionaire indigo merchant of India, who has been in Chicago (JP a week, left for St. Paul Saturday he carried with him the promise of Mist Virginia Tyler Hudson, especially in Louisville, as a newspaper writer, for a marriage in eithev Germany or London next June. This Is tho first Instance known of a Brahmin seeking an American wife in this country. Mr. Advanl haa been touring America and Canada for pleasure and came to Chicago a week ago. lie is the oldest son of Ajeetsing Advani, a millionaire banker of Hombay and a liberal member of tho council of that city. Miss Hudson is a daughter of Kev D. Sho is a diT. Hudson, of Kentucky. rect descendant of President Tyler. London will bo their future home. well-known, tlrr-fii.- received hero Monday (ram Caracas describe the situation in Venezuela as critical. Tho revolutionists arc approaching Victoria where tho next battle will bo fought. People desiring to proceed to Puerto Cabello. on tho gulf of Trieste, nro not allowed to depart. Tho government is very unpopular and very suspicious of everybody. Another Schooner St. Johns, N. F., Sept. Richmond, Adm. Dewey and Uen. Lee. Va., Sept. 23. Citizen! here are planning to have Dowoy and Fitzhugh Lee at the launching of a torpedo boat. There will bo a parada and a three days' carnivaL Dcwoy nnd Leo arc to ride In the same carriage. Leo is to be hero any how, and tho committco will call on Dewey as soon as he arrives to sccuro his pre v ence. SP3KANK, Iteglmaiit salts for Manila. wlfl. lluylnc :atllf lUnclie. Tha OiniiiUK, 0. '1. bept. 23. -- Tho l!ojjcrs Sa ' Fiiancisco, hep.. 2H. The 2tUh ranch in Heaver county, Oklahoma, regiment. 1'. S. V sailed Monday for and the Chtldres cnttlc ranch In tho Manila on tho transport Grant. In 'lVxnNContninini,' 200.0UP addition to tho 20th tho Grant will ncren nml on which 300.000 cattle nns carry 230 recruits of various regiments, now (,'razinp;, lui been purchased by together with nurses and hospital K. I.. Klllhon, of Fort Worth. Tc.., for corps men, previously to the the Swift pacUinj,- - house Interest in Relief. OMcim-o- . Tho title to three other Amitliar Vanderlillt llclren. tfretit ronchcH are belnj; c.nmineu Into Nkw Yonx, Sept. 20. A daughter view to purchns- - by the Swifts. with a midnight to thewloof Only n few ilftys iijro the Swifu pur was born at Cornelius Vftinlerbllt, jr. Mrs. Vfttulor-bil- t In 5ulue chased tho O'lieefo ranch arrived from Newport Sunday. eounty, Tcxa,contlnln),' ia,000 acre. of Kiimlltlou Agitlnit tha Khnllf.t. London, Sept. 25. According to a dispatch to the Daily Telegraph from Cairo, Gen, Lord Kitchener, governor general of the Soudiiu, is prepinug for mi Immediate orpedltion against the Khullf... All Hi "(llli I n fit n I ..r Kiiihi.rki. Chicago, Sept. 23. Capt. Win. P. Montgomery, aged 10, shot Isaac Halliday, of Cairo, III., died at tha London, Sept. 20. Hudyard Kipling board the Grant Suudny night, A 'argo aged 15. Monday morning with a intends to visit Australia, aud will Lexington hotel Friday night. Ho had number of recruits will uloo go to Manila, which is scheduled to sail thotgun 'ibovo tho heart while playing possibly stay for n short time in South been ill for a long time with malarial "Wi.'d West." linker may recover. fever. Capt. lUUlday was 78 years old, Africa while en toiitc. Monday. Ha-e- r, San FltANdf :o, Sent. 23. Tho Twenty-sivo untcer infantry went on xth of nuother schooner was reported Monlaunched Monday afternoon. Tho day as tho result of the recent gale. Craven was christened with American Sho foundered witli six men. bringing champagne by Miss Amy Craven, of the total los of life up ton:!. Heports Philadelphia, granddaughter of tho from remote sections of the island con.atccommnudcr. firm tho fears as to nn extensive destruction of shipping property. They l'layed "Wild West." IlocKfoiiT, Intl., Sept. 20, Kobcrt Itmlyard Kipling' Trip. Torpedo lloat ( raven Launched. Hatii, Me., Sept. 20. Tho new torpedo boat Craven wns successfully w lint 20.-Tho loss Lowered the Mile itecord. Wash., Sept. 23. C. C. Hoi-zcl- l, of this city, Friday lowered the world's amateur bicycle record for a mile. Three judges aud three timers certify that he covered tho distance la 1:S5). The pruvlous record, human paced, was l:Sl. Death of Capt. Will. 1'. lli.llldi.J-- . t&- - ir HI1TWfrjav' j3SBkb3pr!STS2S ts?z&9i m 'p Jr". a iTTHawi ssajn The Hickman Courier GEOIUJE WARREN, ' KM A LONG LIFE. l'ubllhcr. KENTUCKY HICKMAN. : Prescription Prepared by Rev. Dr. Talmage. OITnet tlie I)liilintlon Drttrojrra of l.lfe The CURRENT TOPICS. ttrtlRton Will nnil Women arc not permitted to be photographed in China. Tiik skeleton alone of an avcrag whale weighs US tons. There are 1.500 persons upon the German emperor's list of employes. The greatest customers the Peoria distillers have arc the Japanese. AN exhibition of Canada's mineral resources is to be held at Toronto. Tiik rearing of silk worms gives employment to 000,000 people In Italy... Tiik finest shops in a Chinese city are those devoted to the sale of colllns. A I'EIimanknt exhibition of bpanish products is being established at liayti. In the year ended June 0. 4,741) immigrants were received at San Francisco. (niu-- l n Clinrltit for the l.hliiK. ' (Copyrighted, Ito - Louis Klopsch.) fr. J - i r 7 I :i The Dominion of Canada imposes a tax of S50 on every Chinaman that enters that country. One hundred thousand Americans have visited Europe this summer, breaking a.l records. Or every 100 school children In London. 05 leave school between theli tenth and eleventh years. The president has authorized the organization of a company of Indiant for service in the Pnilipplncs. Hex Clench, the highest mountain in Seotli nd. will have an electric road to its summit and a sanitarium. Akijica has nearly 70 different languages, and this fact presents great diniiulties to missionary efforts. Rki.i.a t. Hi'flHES, of Atchison, Kan., recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of her second marriage. Vancouver city council has voted 500 to the trades and labor council toward the Labor day celebration. Paris has a burial vault fitted with electrical appliances for the detection of recovery in cataleptic subjects. Every boy in Germany, from the crown prince to the meanest subject, ii obliged to learn some useful trade. Owing to the large increase in business the Great Siberian railway is to be rebuilt before the line is completed. Reports of the cotton crp of Texas, Indian Territory and Oklahoma show a decrease in the yield of 37.5 per cent JoilANNEHiitlRO is 7U miles from Port Elizabeth, ,0I4 from Cape Town, 66J Irora East London, 483 from Durban "rzd S06 from Delagoa bay. The health authorities of Bavaria examined last year 55,437 samples of food and drinks, and made complaints in 10.9 per cent, of all cases. Farmers in Androscoggin county, Maine, complain bitterly of the injury done to their crop by the protected g deer. and At a recent meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Dills advocated the use of English as a universal language for men of science. A SHF.l.t.Fisu known as the pianna in the Mediterranean has the curious power of spinning a viscid silk, which is made in Italy, into a regular fabric. Women do the mining in Colombia. No man with any can be induced Co engage in that occupation, because in Spanish times it was the work of slaves. In the center of the plaza in Lima ii a pretty bronze fountain that was erected in I57S, a gift from some noble Spaniard, and is probably the oldest fountain in America. ifERLiN booksellers are strictly forbidden to sell school children books stitched with wire, as several cases oi blood poisoning have been traced tc scratches from rusty wire. Oxi: of the queerest villages known is in New Guinea, and is called Tupu Eelei. The houses are all supported on piles and stand out in the ocean a considerable distance from shore. It would be diflicult to imagine more extraordinary digestive powers than those of the hyena. One of these Leasts has been known to swallow six large bones without crushing them. There is much French and ISclgian capital invested in the principal rail- wry lines of Spain, while Kngland owns many of the shorter lines and is also at the head of the mining inter-istrapidly-increasinself-respe- ct s. The Ortiz mine grant of 54.000 acres located 30 miles south of Santa Fe, '. M., and covering the richest district of New Mexico, has been hold to Thomas A. Edison and a New York and London syndicate for S3,P9,- gold-bearin- g I i. !; noo. ranizimr a comoany with S.I.OOO.fiOC vaoital, to build the '"Missing Link railway" from Chattanooga to Walhal-la- , S. C, a distance of 150 miles, is in IScortria to secure a charter in that Hate. A combination of glove manufacturers has been effected, with a capital nock of SJO.000.000. of which S8.000.000 is preferred stock, representing the ;ash value of the properties merged, and SI'-- '. 000 000 common stock, which la to be distributed as a bonus. The weights of classes of students before aud after examination have been made the subject of recent investigation. In high classes, where naturally the examination was most felt, several pounds ware lot. showing how the mental strain was felt. la lower classes the loss was not so great. The number of failures from all causes In automatic block signals as compared with the total number of movements of each signal does not exceed more than one in 30,000. A remedy or tha bites of mosquitoes or gnats, and one that will even alleviate the pain from the stings of bees and wasps, is to sponge the part affected with a weak solution of liquid ammonia and water. The color of flowers, even tiie most delicate, can be preserved by drying, tays a German chemist, by pressing lilem between snects of paper that have been 'saturated with a solution of toe per cent, of oxalic acid in water. Cor.. W. L. Allrrioht. of Ohio, "sr- - i. 'lalmage gives In this dlseoutsiprescriptions for the prolongation of lite and preaches the gospel of physical health. The text is Psalms 01, 10, "With long life will satisfy him." Through the mistake of its friends religion has been chielly associated with sick beds aud graeyards. The whole subject to many people Is odorous with chlorine and carbolic acid. There are people who cannot pronounce the word "religion" without hearing in it the clipping chisel of the tombstone cutter. Jt is high time that this thing were changed and that religion, instead of being represented as a hearse to carry out the dead, should be represented as n chariot in which the living are to tri umph. Religion, so far from subtracting from one's vitality, is a glorious addition. It is tnnntite, curative, hygienic. It is good for the ejos, good for the cars, good for the spleen, good for thv digestion, good for the nerves, good for the muscles. When David in nnoliicr part of the psnlm prays that religion may be dominant, he does not speak of it as n mild sickness or an eniaeiution or an attack of moral and spiritual cramp. He speaks of It as "the sitting health of all nations," t hile God in the text promises longevity to the pious, saying: "With long life will I satisfy him." The fact is that men and women die too soon. It is high time that religion joined the hand of medical science In attempting to improve human longevity. Adam lived 930 years; Methuselah llted 909 years. As late in the history of the world as Vespasian there were at one time in his empire 45 people 135 years old. So far down as the sixteenth century Peter Zartan died at 1S5 years of age". I do not say that religion w ill ever take the race back to antediluvian lon gevity, but I do say the length of life will be increased. M It is said in Isaiah: "The child shall die a hundred years old." Now, if, ac cording to Scripture, the child is to he a. hundred years old, may not the men and women reach to 300 and 400? The fact is that we. are mere dwarfs and ikeletons compared with some of the generations that are to come. Take the African race. They have been under bondage for centuries. Give them a chance, and they develop a Frederick Douglass or a Toussalnt L'Outerture. And, if the white race shall be brought from under the serfdom of sin, what shall be the body, what shall be the oul? Religion has only just touched our world. Give It full power for n few centuries, nnd who can tell what will be the strength of man nnd the beaut of women nnd the longevity of all? My design is to show that practical religion is the friend of long life. I prove It first from the fact that it miiken the care of our health a positive Christian duty. Whether we shall keep early or late hours, whether we shall take food aigestlble or indigestible, whet her there shall be thorough or incomplete mastication, are questions tcry often deferred tothe realm of whimsicality. Hut the Christian mnn lifts this w hole problem of health into the accountable and the Divine, lie sots: "God has given me this bod, nnd lie Ujjs called it the temple of the Holy Ghost, and to deface its altars or mar its walls or crumble its pillars is n God def.ving sacrilege." lie sees God's caligraphy in every page, anatomical and physiological. He says: "God has given me a wonderful body for noble purposes" that arm with 32 curious bones wielded by 1G curious muscles and all under the brnin's telegraphy, 350 pounds of blood rushing through the heart every hour, the heart in 24 hours beating 100,000 times, during the 24 hours the lungs taking in 57 hogsheads of air, and all this mechanism not more mighty than delicate nnd easily disturbed and demolished. The Christian man sajs to himcelf: "If I hurt mj nerves, if I hurt my brain, if I hurt nnv of my physical fnculties, I insult God and call for dire retribution." Why did God tell the not to offer to Him in sacrifice animals imperfect and diseased? He meant to tell us in all the ages that we are to offer to God our very best physical condition, and n man who through irrcg-uln- r or gluttonous eating ruins his health is not offering to God such n sacrifice. Why did Paul tt rite for his cloak at Troas? Why should such a great man as Paul be anxious about a thing so insignificant as an overcoat? it was because he knew that with pneumonia und rheumatism he would not be worth hulf as much to God and the church as with respiration easy and foot free. An intelligent Christian man would consider it an absurdity to kneel down at night and pray and ask God's protection while nt the same time he kept the window of his bedroom tight shut against fresh air. Ho would just ns soon think of going out nn the bridge between New Vork nnd Rrooklyn. heaping off and then praying to God to keep him from getting tfurt. Just as long ns you refer this whoTTsubjcct of physical health to the realm of whimsicality ortothe pastry cook or tothe butcher or to the baker or to the apothecary or to the clothier you are not ncting like a Christian. Take core of nil your physical forces nervous, muscular, bone, brain, cellular tissue for nil you must be brought to judgment. Smoklngyour nervous system into fidgets, burning out the coating of your stomach with wine longvvoodcd and strychnined, talking with thin shoes to make your feet look delicate, pinched nt the waist until you are nigh cut in two and nei 1 Le-vit- 1 tw)i.Atwaimmaimmimwaiini.MfMiiMMa4f 0 nervous and fcvcrlah people of the ther patt wo.'th anything, groaning Tksr Wffi Tottle MrFadiirn Sa.vl we it dilapidat- I "Tfic Prudent Man Sctteth about sick headache and palpitation of world, try this almighty acdatlvcl You tlio heart, which you think came from J will live 25 years longer under Its sooth- ed, De la' clmptrr of dis book taya dat de 1 herot-elived to old in in God, when they came from your own ing power. It is not chloral that you beautiful lutthly rriprcted. he an don'tnowant His House in Order. t and was We want or morphine thntyou want. It is nothink about no old woman. W'nt we I folly! What right has any mnn or woman to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "With long vvsntt la dc new woman, an if youne can't i ybor fiumtn tenement should be ghen give ui tomethlnk nbout de new woman, Rive deface the temple of the Holy Ghost? life will 1 satisfy him." our nickel hack and we'll buy cheituuti. j even more cArtful sllention thn the Again, practical tellglon Is a friend is the whispering What Is the car? I house you live in, Set It In order by B7 WaihliiRton 1W. t thoroughly renovxtlng your whole sys- -t gallery of the soul. What is the eye? it f longevity in the fact that It removes tern through blood nude pure by tiking is the observatory God constructed, its all corroding euro about n future existIt KlTcrt on Trmlr. I Hood's SrsiprilU, Ihen every organ telescope sweeping the hentens. What ence. Every man wants to know what "How nre tliingt moving along in the I tvltl Ad promptly And regularly. binmies. thece daj!" s to Income of hlin. If you get on Is the hand? An instrument so wonder"Well, notice Unit since the Drey faster ful that, when the carl of llrldgevvater board a rail train, you want to know at diet came in I don't have nny tnoreordcu hciltnathcd in his will $10,000 for what depot it in going to stop. If you for fried frog' 1ck."- - CIiicako Tnbuue. treatises to be written on the wisdom, gt on hoard ti ship, you vvauto know power and goodness of God, Sir Charles nto what harbor it is going to run. God Riven n man hii tool, but he inut acn i if you should tell me you have no quire hit trade. Ram' Horn. Hell, the great English anatomist nnd surgeon, found his greatest Illustration mttrest in what Is to lie your future in the construction of the human hand, destiny I would, in as polite a way ns I devoting his whole book to that subject. know how, tell you I did not believe had this matter settled So wonderful arc these bodies that God you. Hefore names his own attributes after different with reference to my future existence parts of them. His omniscience It is the question almost worried me Into God's eye; His omnipresence it is turned health, The anxieties mtni have ! long Si "A tape worm rlghtresi God's ear; His omnipotence it is upon this subject, put together, would 1111 ciuin nn win ccriin ncr vat liumt'iwo CASl Alti:TS. Tbls tun tarn bsi ctutetl m; God's nrm; the upholstery of the mid- nuila- a martyrdom. This Im n state of butt health (or tbo imat three tesrt. I am atlll night heavens it is the work of GoiPs awful unhenlthlue.ss. There are; people Ukln Citftcarrt, tan only cathartic worth? of " notleo br oullilo fingers; Ills power it is win) fret themselves to death for fear Uso, V uowt.ia, Ilalrd, Mail. breath of the Almighty; his domin- of dying. 1 want to tnke the strain off the ion "the government shall be upon his vniir nerves nnd the depression off your CANDY mil, and I make two or three shoulder." 1 - nsui iv Experiment first: When you "Rut," you say, "professors of religion have fallen, professors of religion have co out of tills world It does not make Does your headache? Painbackof got drunk, professors of religion have .inv dilTVtcneo whether you'huve been yourcyes? Bad taste in yourmouth? n atatSTisio TSAOI misappropriated trust funds, professors eocxl or bail, w hetheryou believed truth It's your liver I Ayers Pills arc r error, you will go straight to glory. of religion hate absconded." Ve, but hey cure constipation. liver phis. mMisibli" you say. "My common they threw nvvay their religion before headache, dyspepsia, and all liver they did their morality. If n man on n mmim- a well as my religion teaches that complaints. 25c. All druggists. Tlaaiant. I'oiml Title Goo4. Vo Ou.i. litter I'llbl. rlrkru, VVpitfu, or (.rl 10c. c,W. White Star line steamer, bound for tin- bad and the good cannot live togeth... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Wnt your tn.m.tftcti or totl a baaulllul Liverpool, in jumps over- er forever. You give me no comfort in nrnwn tir tint warier mn ui , IV..I., Halr..i, ! Twl. Ill Iltrll.i NMMJf f board and is drowned, is that anything th.it experiment." Experiment the secO BUCKINGHAM'S DYE H,l't an1n.itn,lbr all drat' era ondWhen you lcatc this world you ). against the White Star line's capacity iBf p. ...tit f ,., to take the man across the ocean? Anil will go into nn Intermediate atntc.whero Lic., if n man jumps oter the gunwale of his von can get converted nnd prepared for religion and goes down never to rise, llr.iteii. "Impossible," you say. "As is that any reason for your belictlr.g tin' tree fallrth, so must it He, aud I that religion has no capacity to take on not postpone to an intermediate the man clear through? In the one t.ite reformation which ought to hat case, if he had kept to the steamer, iieeii effected In this state." Experihis body would hate been sated; In ment the third: There Is nn future the other case, if he had kept to his re- world. When a man din, that is the ligion, his morals would have been last of him. Do not worry about whut rou are to do In another state of being snted. "lmpot.il. mi will not do anything, There are oged people who would have been dead 25 years ago but for the bIe,"you say. "These Is something that defenses and the equipoise of religion. tolls me that death is not the nppcndU, You hate no more natural resistance but the preface, to life. There is somethan hundreds of people who He in thing that tells mc that on this side the cemeteries slain by their ow n of the grate I only get started and vlees. The doctors made their case as that I hhnll goon foreter My power to kind and pleasant as they could, and it th.nk says 'forever,' my affections soy was called congestion of the brain or 'forever,' my capacity tc enjoy or sufsomething else, but the snakes and the fer, 'forever.' " Well, you defeat me In my three exblucfllcs that seemed to crawl over the pillow inthe sight of the delirious pa- periment. I have only one more to tient showed what was the matter with make, and if you defeat me in that am him. You, the nged Christian man, exhausted. A mighty One ou n knoll walked along by that unhappy one un- bsr-- of Jerusalem one day, the sklea til you came to the golden pillar of a fried with forked lightnings and the Christian life. You went to the right, earth filled with volcanic disturbance, he went to the left. That is all the timed His pale and ngonlrd face difference between you. If this reli- toward the heavens nnd said: "I take gion Is a protest against all forms of the sins nnd sorrows of the ages Into dissipation, then it is an illustrious fry own heart. I am the expiation. friend of longevity. "With long life !Vtness, earth and Heaven ami hell, expiation." And the hammer will I satisfy Him." fruck Him, nnd the spenrs punctured Suppose you hod a supernatural "The neighbor who came In nnd said: "Sir, lim, and Heaven thundered: wages of sin is death!" "The ou! that I want you to call on me In etery exigency. I am your fast friend. I could almieth, it Khali die!" "I will by no fall back on $20,000,000. can foresee means clear the guilty!" Then there wns eIIciico for hnlf an hour, nnd the n panic ten years. I hold the controlling stock In 30 of the best monetary in lightnings were drawn back into the scabbard sky, and stitutions of New ork. Whenever you ceased to of the and all the earth quiver, the colors of are in trouble cnll on me, .mil I will help you. You can have my money, the sky began to shift Into a rainbow and you can hate my influence. Here woven out- of the falling tears of Jesus, is my hand in pledge for it." How and then- was rod ns of the bloodshed' ding, nnd there was blue as of the bruit much would you worry about buslii-ssWhy, you would say: "I'll do the best ing, and there was green as of tho heavenly foliage, and there was orange I can, and then I'll depend on my as of the day dawn, and nlong the line friend's generosity for the rest." of the blue I saw the words: "I was Now, more than that is promised to bruised for their Iniquities," imA along every Christinn business man. God the tine of red I snw the words: "The says to him: "I own New York and blood of Jesus Christ clcanseth from London and St. Petersburg nnd Peking, all sin," mid nlong the line of the green and Australia and California arc mine. I saw tin- words: "The leaves of the I can foresee a panic n hundred years. Tree of Life for the healing of the naI have all the resources of the universe tions," and along the line of the orange and I am your fast friend. When yen I saw the words: "The day spring get in business trouble or any other from on high hath tlsited ue," trouble, cnll on me, and I will then 1 saw the storm was over, and and help. Here is my hand in pledge of rainbow rose higher and higher untilthe it omnipotent deliverance." How much seemed retreating to nnother heaven, should that man worry? Not much. and, planting one column of its colors What lion will dare to put his paw on on one side of the eternal hill, and plantthat Daniel? Is there not rest in this" ing the other column of its colors on Is there not an eternal vacation in this'.' the other side the eternal hill, it rose "Oh," you say, "here is a man who upward and upward, "and, behold, asked God for a blessing in a certain there was a rainbow about the throne." ts enterprise, nnd he lost $5,000 in it. Ex- Accept that sacrifice and quit worrying. plain that." Tnke the tonic, the Inspiration, the lonI will. Yonder Is n factory, and one gevity, of this truth. Religion Is sunwheel Is going north, and the other shine; that is health. Religion is fresh wheel is going south, nnd one wheel iilr and pure water; they nre healthy. plays laterally, and the other plnys ver- Religion Is warmth; that is healthy. tically. 1 go to the manufacturer nnd Abk all the doctors, and they will tell I say: "O manufacturer, your ma- you thnt a quiet conscience and pleaschinery is n contradiction! Why do ant anticipations nre hygienic. I offer you not make all the wheels go one you perfect peace now and hereafter. way?" "Well," he says, "I made them What do you want In the future go in opposite directions on purpose world? Tell me, nnd you shall have It. and they produce the right result. You Orchards? There are trees with 12 go downstairs and examine the car- manner of fruits, yielding frtii every pets we are turning out in this estab- month. Water scenery? There is the lishment, and you w ill see." I go down river of Life from under the throne of on the other lloor. and I see the car- God, clenr as crvstal. and the sea of pets, and am obliged to confess that, glass mingled with lire. Do you vvnnt though the wheels in that factory go in music? There Is the oratorio of the opposite diicctlons, they turn out u Creation led on by Adorn, ami the oraTim itching and burning I im'Terrd In my feet and llmbx for thrco years benutiful result, and while I am stand- torio of the Red sen led on by Moses, tvero terrible. At night they were worse nnd would keep mo awake a ing there looking at the exquisite fab- and the oratorio of the Messiah led en night. I consulted doctor, ITCHING greater jiart of tho on tho road most ofdoctor afteralso ono ric nn old Scripture passage comus into by St. Paul, while the archangel with my time, . ns I was travelling my mind: "All things work together swinging baton controls the 1,000 w LI AILS 3 of our city doctors. Noun of tho doctors know what tho ho for good to them who love God." Is make up the orchestra. Do you want trouble was. I got a lntof tho dlllerrtit samples of tho medicines I had been there not a tonic in that? Is there not reunion? Therenrcyourchlldrcn waitusing. I found them of no many different kinds that I cmu'luded I would longevity in that? ing to kiss you. waiting to embrnccy on havo to go to a Cincinnati hopltal before I would get relief. I had freSuppose n man Is all the time wor- waiting to twist garlands in your hnlr. quently been urged to try CUTICURA ItEMIUJlKS, bull had no faith In ried about his reputation? One man You have been ncciistomed to open the them. My tvlfo finally prevailed upon 1110 to try them. Presto What a says he lies, 011011101 soys he is stupid, door on this side the sepiilchcr. open change lam now cured, and It Is a permanent rure. I feel like kicking another says he Is dishonest and hnlf (lie door on the other side the sepiilsome doctor or myself or suflcrltig thrco years when I could have used n dozen printing 'stabllshments attack chcr. You have been accustomed to II. JENKINS, Mlddlchoro, Ky. CUTICURA remedies. him, nnd he is In a great state of ex- walk In the wet grass on the top of the citement nnd worry nnd fume and can- grate. I show you the under side of not sleep, but religion comes to him the grave. The bottom has fallen out, and says: "Man. God Is on your side. nnd the long ropes with which the poll He will tnke care of your reputation. benrers let down your dead let them If God be for you. who enn bengalnst clear through Into Heaven. liathc the affttlcd jujrti Kith UOTvattr and CUTICURA SOAP to drams you?" How much should that man worGlory be to God for this robust, the skin and tcalp 0 crusts and tcalr, and soften the thtcktntd cuticle. Dry, ry nbout Ida reputation? Not much. henlthy religion! It will have a tendKlthuut luird rubbing, and apply CUTICURA Ointment frcrly, to allay itching, If tbnt broker who some years ago in ency to make you live long In this world, irritation, and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and lastly take CUTICURA Wall street, nfter hchnd lost money, nnd n the world A come, you will have 11ES0L VI.WTto cool and cleanse the blood. sat down nnd wrote a farewell letter to eternal life. "With long life I will Till.) sweet und wholesome treatment Mortis Inntant relief, permits rest nnd his wife before he blew hir '.trains out him." sleep in the severest forms of civema nnd other Itc'ilng, burning, nnd scaly if, instead of taking out of his pocket humors of tho skin, pcalp, and blood, and points ton speedy, pi rmancut, and n pistol, he had taken out a There are 1.000 vessels which cross economical euro when all other remedies aud even tho best physicians fall. New Testament, there would have been the Atlantic ocean regtilnrly every rice. The kt. fl 23 nr. Fair, 25c., Ointwint, Wc , nit IUviI.yixt (hlf ilie) Me. Sola one less suicide. month, some of them ttviv; a month. jUBhnji tlio worll. 1'uttsk Dkdo ko (Jaa. Coal-.- tjola frapi.. Uoitou, Uaaa. " mailed, te. It 111 1 3&od& SaUabaHiffa Kllwwwil.i.i..li 1 ASKS 1 I TAPE WORMS 1 i. - life-givin- g -- expert-inon'.- I'liU r,.. tfUt kar - - mid-Atlant- ic Uri-Tr- M. 11 to-da- y 1 k yi K20 1 V - Itching Burning Scaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and. Speedily Cured by 1 (Qticura ... 1 1 1 1 I Speedy Cure Treatment 11 sat-Isf- y well-rea- d 1 Itcbbar, Seal tiiuuon," (tm. Vo- - U BOMBARDMENT. "or TBE PEACE CONGRESS. Capt. rroilar, a lnt7 or Hi llacuo-Intaraalloaal Mmlr, , Talks KotertaU- Irnvcadlrtfts at Tha THE TRANSVAAL Predicted the Free State Kaad Will Take Decisive Measure.. INDIAN WARFARE, The Trouble With the Yaqali U.Mesle Growing Worse Instead of Almtlng DEWEY ARRIVES THE PHILIPPINE ARMY. four Department! Are to He Made, Thie of Them lo Ha Cvmniaodtd by Major lienerale Three Hours American War Shlpi Threw Sheila Iuto 01anjrn)M. Traatf. Sept. l!0. WAmii.voTo.f Capt. Crozlor, of the ordnance bureau, who was a member of the International confer.Americana Had On Man tVoandad Daring ence at Tht Hague, has returned tohU llaars Can Not Comnitnct Hostilities Bailb Olengapo, Which lors tha Knd of October Owing t duties In tho wnr department. Capt. W. Illddled With St.. II., Took Abitnot ofKaln Orange Free Crozler talks entertainingly of the fire et Reveral flares. hiatal hanked for Aid. proceedings of the conference, and Is well pleased with what was accomManila, Sept 2A. The United Statci plished. He says that It was known London. Sept. 25. Tho Transvaal cruiser hnrlcsluu, the monitor Mon- as oon as tho conference assembled situation- - presents no new featurea. terey mid the gunboats Concord and that there could be nothing done re- Dispatches from Johannesburg MonZatlro, with marines and bluo jackets garding the decrease of armies, and day morning report a complete dislocafrom the cruller llnltlinoic, left tho cessation of Invention and pro- tion of the Itand mining industry. September 18 nud proceeded tu gress In the matter of offensive and The exodus continues end all the mines Sublg bay to destroy nn Insurgent ran defensive warfare, but the subject was are closing. tioti there. The Hlocinfonteln correspondent of considered and given attention, though Owing to the bad weather the opera nothing approaching an agreement the Manchester Guardian, a pro-llo(Ion was pontpoticd until Saturday was ever reached. organ, says: "Uoth President Steyn when the war ships for thrro hourt To Capt. Crozler tho mot important and Mr. Flshor, (of the Orange boiubnrdcd the town of Olangnpo and and Interesting feature of the confer- Frco State executive), inform tne the entrenchments where the gun wt ence which was agreed upon Is the that the Volksraad la absolutely unanisituated. treaty for an international code of civ- mous that tho two republics should Men from the Charleston, Concord ilized warfare. The basis of the code stand or fall together. President Stcyn and '.ntlro were then landed under a wu the celebrated order No. 100, issued ald: "Suppose wo remain neutral jiravy Insurgent lire, proceeding ti the In lbOIl by tho United Stntes during and the Transvaal wexe conquered, ft .union which war. utterly destroyed the civil wnr, In which n code for the Is not likely that wo would be log by gun cotton, ami then returning to trcatmcr.1 of prisoners, noticombal permitted to stand outside Ilrltlsh the war ithlpv nuts, spies, women, church and pro,-irt- control. Let u rich gold field bo disThe American had one man wound covered, and what would become ol was provided. While rd during the engagement. The most serious point of difference us?" waiting In fiublg buy for better lu this matter was the treatment of The special correspondent of the wenther the American descried I'ili those citizens in an invaded country Daily Telegraph at Pietermarltzburg, pluo reinforcements moving toward who, without o nicer, organization or Natal, says: "It Is beliarcd that the OUugnpo. uniform, fought in defense of their urotracted sitting of the Orange Free At 0:10 a. in., Salutday. the Monterey homes nud country. The smaller na- State raad I due to tho elaboration ol begun llir advance iiicii the tovsti, tions of the continent, and Kngland decisive measures. No rain has fallen about three mile east ol especially, contended for the right of in cither republic and It i doubtful which The Char-IfkM- i, such persons to treatment as legit- whether tho lloer can commence hosthe monttork' Concord and 'ntlro follow rd. imate so diors of the nation to which tilities before the end of October." At 7 23 tho Montirey opened fire they belonged. On tho other hand, Piiktouia, Sept. 25. Tho Volktein with her teciwdrny nud iiinlu batteries, the strong military government, main conveys to President Steyu and Mr. tho Charleston anil Concord Joining tallied that only soldiers in uniform, Fisher, of the Orange Free State, tin Immediately. At 7.3) the Insurgent properly nllleercd and armed, should thanks of the whole republic for their cannon answered, tlio Hrst .lint pass- receive of treatment soldiers support. According to the same authority tho ing close to the Monterey's smoke- and all others be subject to bo shot tin stack. The gun wn fired twice only guerillas without quarter. It was Transvaal government has decided to Tlio American bombardlm; then finally decided that men In an Invaded return to the owner the fine young general. At V:'Mi the Monterey country should be considered as sol- lion which Cecil Ithodes recently preadvanced to a range of OOOyards uliig dier if they compiled with these pro- sented to the Transvaal delegates to the Agricultural Union in CipcTown her main battery. Two hundred nnd visions: Were orgnul7cd under a Jlfty men were landed about MX) yard. ollleer; carrlet'tuis openly; about ten days ngo as it declines to rast of the uAoiioii at 11 o'clock under wore sonic distinctive Cadge or em- have anything whatever to do with Tlio men blem and observed the laws and cus- that gentleman. n severe shore Mauser tire. from the Charleston were the llrnt to tom of war. These regulations are WIND AND RAIN STORM. resell the beach, but the Concord's men not required in case of sudden invagun. wtili'h lliey sion, so that they can not lie complied were the tlrtt at tha tin- - Strain llitrc I'lrvrlitml, I. hIimi With The cannon m.ii with, provided the combatant obteaehed at 11:10. I umlmr, un In III Ilarlxir Naar fuiiiiil to be t. tO'oeutlmeter Krupp served the laws nnd custom of war. Mouth of Oilracu ItlVcr. i;iiii, prrmueably obtained from the Trie protection of of Spaniard. Chicago, Sept. 25. During a severe women and children and of property Meanwhile the war ship continued provided for. The treatment of and wind and rain storm Sunday evening to shell the kite. vine bench tin the east detlnitlou of spies Is one of the arti- the steam barge Cleveland, lumber and nt kldn to silence the Insurgent cle.. Works of art nro no longer con- ludon, sunk in the harbor near tho lire upon the sailor from the trenches sidered sjkiiIs of war and arc not to be mouth of the Chicago river. Capt. skirling the beach. curried away or destroyed. The de- Henry Davis and a crew of 11 men (miner ONcii exploded 50 round, of struction of public building and other were rescued by tugs, with consideri;un ctloti, In three discharges in the public property 1 not allowed utile able difllculty. caution, which had lUtTorcd from the It Is absolutely uecessnry for military Tho Cleveland k-r-t Frankfort, Mich., lire of the war ship. purMcs. 1'rlvnto property U not to Saturday, bound for Chicago with T'lc American, then returned to the bo seized nud held e.xccpt in case 200,000 feet of lumber. The boat lHtits the firing Inland being kept up of necessity and is not to be sprung a leak oil Waukcgan, and owCa-rit- e er y e t, 1 to protect the embarkation. The Con- tnkcu unless absolutely needed; cur,!' men were the lnl to reach the church property Is to be respectkhore. 4iid the wnr ship were reiichcd ed ami tho rules of tho Ited Cross at M:M. now used on land nro extended Cadet Itrlnicr. with the Conoord' to maritime warfare. While nearly all lnuni'h nrmed with a Galling, did ex- the delegates agreed that there should cellent work on the left of the landing be more humaneness in warfare, there party. Copt. Myers, of the mnrlnck, were disagreements at times which field piece. made the subject dilllcult tu adjust. raptured a 1. cut. McDniiHld wa in command ol However, an earliest desire to reach the Ik tiding party, nud the movement a a agreement finally prevailed with war. kptriiitidly executed and con- the resii.t that a was drawn trolled which received the support of nil the The numbers of the Filipino there representatives of the nations present. roulit not be ascertained and no dead The action of the United Stales in talcwere keen. ing the lend In the matter of humaneThe Monterey flrcd for four ness in warfare back in lt:i)3, was allot from her favorably commented on by a number gun ntul rventrcti fiuui her twelv of the delegates. inch run MUST STOP MOBILIZING. The town which wn riddled with , took lire nt several point. thcll-.Will lit. Notlllixl Hist It Mill II rnEta-i- l at all Uillrlrnill- .let Itjr BUY A CUBAN ESTATE. Hi Tnntil (liiroriiiiiriit. muzzle-loading 1 condition was ing to her driven on a reef while attempting to reach the inner harbor here. After the crew was rescued, tugs dragged vessel Into the inner the harbor. The Cleveland was built 30 years ago. witer-foggc- d half-Miiik- FAITHLESS FILIPINOS. trey ltlr Have Krgnril ha N'"t Ktpt Their rrninU III" MiMrinler of Aiurr In Iruu rrlaimrra 24. No Information been received from the naval expedition at Sublg bay. The Filipino lnvc not made god their olTer to surrender the American prisoners, mid they have not sent an olliccr to meet Maj. Gen. Otis a prom- Manila, Sept. hour--tweiityo- ten-inc- h ised. - Amrrlran (apllalltl guaro ucr I'.rm l'lirrll cif 20,0111) tin- - terra llu In Ilia 1'rovlnre of .Melenrat. 2.V Havana, Sept. It, Cotigrcman R. o llawley, representing American Tlngii-ar- capitalist, ha purchased the sugar ektate, one of the largest In Culm, In the prorlnce of Matanza The ektate Include '.'11.000 acres which, with other large propertied along the south coast thnt Mr. llawley is arranging for, will, it is expected, produce 100,000.000 poti mis of Migor. A large part of the land purchased Is virgin oil, upon which 8I,W)0.0()0 will be ex ponded, including the cost of Improvement. Illiturhanett Bl frrnil, Mptln. Fr.mioi, .Spain, Sept. 23. Serlousdlv turbnuces took place here Saturday evening. A mob of COO atoned the Cnlhollo club mid town hnll. Miiashtng the wlndowH in both building. The municipal guard charged the rioters but were repulsed, 11 guard being Injured, n well a iiiniiy civilian. Fi nnlly n Mjund of mounted gendarme Jispcrkcd the rioter. The authorities hnvo proolalmeu the city under martial law. London, Sept. 5H A special dispatch from Pretoria says that the member of tho volksraad, believing that the Ilrltlsh notes are. intended to gain lime for the concentration of troops, urge the government to adjourn the raad Immediately and to send Great Itrllain a note declaring that further mobilization will bo regarded as an unfriendly net. Trenches, earthworks and s.iud bag defense. arc being erected In all available approaches to the capital. Cil'K Town, Sept. 'JiV. It Is reported from Pretoria thnt Commandant Gen. Plct Jotibort reckons on 18,000 Transvaal troops, 1(1,000 from tho Orange Free State. 8,000 from Cape Colony, 2,000 from Xalal and 0,000 Hollanders, German and others. I'nlilltir .hnt. was Hki.oiiaiir, Sept. shot publicly Monday afternoon In the presence of a Inrgo crowd for an alleged attempt on tho king's life. In view of tho absenoo of trustworthy rvidence. the finding of the tribunal is the subject of general condemnation. After tho sentences were read, Paisltch was Informed tha'. King Alexander liml pardoned him. lirclni'iit !"ill fur .Manila. San'Fkancihco, Sept. 2(1. The Udth regiment. V. S. V sailed Monday for Manila on the transport Grant. In addition to the 20th the Grant will carry 'JM recruits of various regiments, together with nurses and hospital corps men, previously astigued to the ltcllef. llnlren. Anollipr NfcW Yokk, Scpt.t 20. A daughter was born at midnight to the wio of Cornelius Vandcrbllt, jr. Mrb. Vatidor-hil- t arrived from Newport Sunday. Ilia If Nothing further ha been heard from the rebel olliccr who conferred with Gen. McArthur recently and returned to their own lines. Chief Signal Olliccr Thompson ha gone on a two weeks' lour of lnspcc lion of the cable service of all tlio southern islands. AN EARTHQUAKE. Two Hundred l'r.om 1'vrUliril In Ilia District of AlJln, In sla Minor Much I'rp-rl- 7 Drstrnfail. CoNRTANTiNopr.K, Sent. 25. The district of Aidln, in Asia Minor, wa visited by an earthquake on September SO and, according to the latest advice, over 200 persons perished. Tho chief cities of the Vilayet or Province of Aidin, are Smyrna, it capital; Manoesa and Aidln. The city of Aidin is about SO milcu southeast of Smyrna. It is the residence of a pasha and tho focus of a tlourishlug trade in grain, carpets, iigs, opium and sponges. llrrrru' London. spondent of the Standard says: "The excitement of meeting his children has produced a serious reaction in the condition of Dreyfus and It is feared that it may be necessary to send hlin to Malta or Madeira." An Kipmlllloii Acalmt th lilmllf.i. London, Sept. 25. According to a dispatch to the Dally Telegraph from Cairo, Gen. Lord Kitchener, governor general of the Soudan, Is prepinug for au immediate expedition against the Khalifa. Tin- - UUtli .MrMIng With Ilia I hllrirmi. SepU 25. The Paris corre- ranch in Heaver county, Oklahoma, and the Childress cattle ranch In the. TexnNContaiiilng 'J00.0U0 acreH and on which 1100.000 cattle aie now grazing, hiii been purchased by it. h. KUUoii, of Fort Worth. Tex., for tho Swift packing house Interests in Ohlengo. Tho title to three other great ranelicH are being examined Into with a view to pnrchav by the Swifts. Only a few days ago tho Swifu purchased tho O'lieefo ranch In i.alue county, Tcxaa, containing 13,000 acrea. Pau-hanille- of twlfu llujlne Cattlf lUncrirt. OiJTiilin:, 0. 'I. Sept. 25. -- The Ilogers it t It San xth Vanili-rlill- t board number of recruits will aloo go to Manila, which is scheduled to sail Monday. 1 nitwit.. r Kmlmrki. FltANCif :o, Sept. 25. Tho Twenty-sivo uniccr infantry went on the Grant Sunday night A largo Citizens of New York Getting the City In Shape for His Reception. Aubtin, Tex., Sept 20. Judging from reports that reached bore Monday from Ortiz, atato of Sonora, Mcx., the Vaqui Indian warfare Is rapidly growing Coaatlng Venelt Are Itelng Fitted Dp to Accommodate .the Hotel Overflow worse Instead of abating. Lieut With Staterooms aad Mealt has arrived at Torres on his way Irlth Volunteers Snubbed. to the City of Mexico to make oillclal reports as to the progress of the camNew Yokk, Sept. 2. Tho United paign. Ho says there has been no States cruiser Olympla, with Adm. cessation In the warfare being waged against the Indians by the Mexi- Dowey on board, arrived at Sandy Ho reports that Hook at 5:55 o'clock Tuesday morncan government the Indians hare scattered into ing. Adm. Dewey's arrival Tuesday mornsmall bands and arc now vigorously ing was a surprise, aa b'o was not exwaging n guerilla warfare and that the Mexican soldlcn have adopted pected until Thursday. y Nkw Yokk, Sept 20. From tho similar tactics and aro also divided into to Harlem the streets show evismall scouting parties, and that there aro frequent engagements between dence of tho preparation for Adm. the soldiers and the Indians. The In Dewey's welcome. Nearly every ofllco dlans avoid open engagements with building on Ilroadway and tho down the soldiers, rather harrasslng them town thoroughfares is being decorated with attacks from secure positions in with flags, bunting, shield, streamers the mountains nud along tho rough and tho enthusiasm displayed in the mountain roads, not infrequently caus- adornment of private houses is not ing much loss of life nniong tho sol- behind hand. Fifth avenue, as tho main route of diers, with little harm to themselves. Gen. Torres, In command of tho Mex- the parade, presents a busy appearican troop, asks the Mexican war de- ance. Stands are building all atong partment to send a force of ruralcs to its length on tho steps of churches, assist him. as it is thought they can otllccs nnd dwclllnc".?. Vacant winrender very eiTcctlvc servico ngalnst dows bear hugo pictures of the adTho Yaquls hold the miral, coupled with the sign, "To let thcM Indians. ruratcn in great dread, as they arc for Dewey day." Tho town is already crowded with e enemies and a most fortheir During the past ten people. All hotels arc full and furnishmidable fo. days a great many miners hnvc arrived ed rooms are well taken up. Among tho vessel already in tho lit Ortiz, having been driven out of the mountains by tho threatening situa- harbor to participate in the wclcomo tion, and all bear tales of murder and aro several which arc usually engaged bloodshed. Dozens of .skirmish fights in the coasting and sound t radio. have resulted in a number of soldiers These arc well provided with statennd Indian being killed, and several rooms, and their agents have already miners have lost their lives. Many of bid for the hotel overflow. It Is prothem have desortcd paying mines In posed to provide sleeping and eating order to save their lives. The entire accommodations on several of them country tributary to the uprising Is In during tho xvcek. Included in the sightseeing floating a state of fermentation and all the Americans nro leaving as rapidly as hotels arc some of the boats used as possible. Dividing tho soldiers into transprrts in moving troops to tho small squads scatters the war over a West Indies. Special lnduceuTcnts aro being ofwider range of mountain territory and every sectlou of the Yaqui country l fered the patrons of the hotel boats to remain over and witness the yacht terrorized. races next week. CAN NOT GO TO CHICAGO. Tho reception committee has finally decided upon the order to be taken by Owing to lllnrm of .Mint. Dial l'raililent lh city olllcials and the guests of tho Dlar lint Appointed I.lo Ignnclon city in the land parade next Saturday. Murltral nt lilt Itrprrsrntatlve. It is as follow',: Sousa's band, battalion of sailors of City Or Mr.xico, Sept. 20. President ihc Olympla, Dewey and tho mayor, Diaz can not j;o Chicago on account of Dewey's five captain at Manila, Dewthe illness of Mini'. Diaz. Ho hns ap- ey's personal stall, Adm. Sampson and pointed Lie Ignaclon Mariscal, minis- Randolph Giiggcuhcimcr, Adm. Samp-.sonter of foreign relations, to go a his stall', Adm. Philip, commandant jrcprcscntative. of tho New York station and President President Diaz Monday night ex- T. F. Wood of tho board of aldermen, pressed deep regret that he must fore- htaff of Adm. Philip, junior officers of go the pleasure of the trip which he the Olympla, junior otllccrs of tho nad looked forward to with keen de- North Atlantic squadron. sire. He had hoped to meat the leadThat will complete the naval formaing men of the neighboring republic tion. Then will come the guests of and felt that tho occasion would be of the city In this order: V.slting govmuch benefit to both countries. While ernors not accompanied by troops; the illncs of Mine. Diaz has all along Maj. Gen. Miles and aides; Rr. Adm. placed a degrco of uncertainty about Schley and Rr. Adm. Miller (retired); the plans of the president fur his joint committee of tho municipal asnorthern journey. It was hoped until sembly (14 of them); sailors of tho Monday that her condition might im North Atlantic squadron. Following prove bufilcicntly to allow President the sailors will b'e the soldiers of tho Diaz to be absent So strong was this regular and the other military organexpectation that Monday the senate izations. again took up tho matter of tho proThe committee of seven of tho reposed visit and increased tho amount ception committee will visit the Olymof the appropriation for the expenses pla as soon as Adm. Dewey will receive 0 of I he president and his party to them on Thursday afternoon and in gold. The former appropriation formally make known to him the city's was SIOO.OOO In siUcr. It was shortly plans for his reception. Tho mayor's after this action that the announce- private secretary will accompany tho ment of the change In President Diaz's committee and ask Adm. Dewey if It plans was announced. will be convenient for him to receive tho mayor of New York at 11 o'clock THE AMERICAN PRISONERS. the following day. Levi P. Morton It la Ilrported That the Filipino Cos- - has accepted tho invitation to be one AH have of tho committee of seven. grc.a Has Ketolvrd to llrlrate 14 of now accepted except William C WhitThrill Weilnrnlajr or Thursdayney who has not yet been heard from. Manila, Sept 20, Two Englishmen At a meeting of tho United Irish sowho had been held by the insurgents cieties of New York Monday resolusince June have arrived at Angeles. tions were adopted declaring that They report that the Filipino congross "Whereas, A committee of otlicers has resolved that U American pris- representing the Irish volunteers wait oners shall be surrendered on Wednes- ed upon Maj. Gen. Roc, grand marshal day or Thursday. of the parado and asked, and were reThey have, however, no informa- fused a place in tho parade, we tako tion as to tho whereabouts of Capt. emphatic exception to this action as Charles M. Rockefeller, of the Uth In- invidious, if not hostile to the Irish fantry, who disappeared in April last voluutecrs and resent tho unjust disand of whom no trace has been dis- crimination as depriving the regiment covered. of the honor of a position in the lino They assert that threo Americans of march as admirers and fellow citiwho were- captured by tho rebels are zens of the hero of Manila, Adm. acting as o Ulcers in tho Insurgent Dewey." army. Situation In Venrztirla Critical. llr. Herman M'aiUworth llaylertaatcldet. Ponck, Porto Rico. Sept 20. Hoston, Sept. 20. Dr. Herman received here Monday (mm CaWadsworth Hayley, U5 years old, in- racas describe the situation in Venestructor of latin In Wesleyan universi- zuela as critical. The revolutionists ty and a member of the faculty was are approaching Victoria where tho found dead In his room in the United next battle will bo fought. People deStales hotel Monday with his throat siring to proceed to Puerto Cabello. on He had committed suicide. cut. He tho gulf of Trieste, aro not allowed was one of the finest classical scholars to depart. Tho government is very In the country. Lately ho had been unpopular and very suspicious of haunted by tho f ar of losing his mind. everybody. New Torpmlii lloat t'raveu Launched. Another X'lionner I nit, Hath. Me., Sept. 20. Tho new torloss St. JoiiXrf, N. F., Sept. pedo boat Craven was successfully of another schooner was reported Monlaunched Monday afternoon. The day as the result of the recent gale. Craven was christened with American She foundered with six men. bringing champagne by Miss Amy Craven, of tho total loss of life up to .VI. Reports Philadelphia. grajiddattghter of tho from remote sections of tlio island conlate commander. firm tho fears as to an extensive destruction of shipping property. They l'Uyr.l .wild West." P.ocKi'oiiT, Intl., Sept 20. Robert Ituilyard Kipling' Trip. Montgomery, aged 10, shot Isaac HaLondon, Sept 20. Rudyard Kipling ver, aged 15, Monday morning with a Intends to visit Australia, and will liotgun above, tho heart while playing possibly stay fur a short time In South "Wild West." Haker may recover. Africa while en toute. Ma-jcra- Tattering Into Small Hands. n Hat-tcr- old-tim- Wasiiinoton, Sept 28. A plan Is under consideration at the war depart ment to create an army division of the Philippines and divide thcdivlslon into departments on a basis similar to that In Cuba. The idea is to create four departments in tho Philippine, at least three of them to be commanded by major generals. Tho Philippines heretoforo hara tie en known as the department of the Pacific. It ia expected tkat one department of the proposed new division will consist oy Gn. MacAr-thur- 's command north of Manila, another will bo Gen. Lawton's command south of Manila, and a third will be a new command to operate from or Dagupcn. A fourth depart ment probably will consist of troops In the islands south of Manila, which Include the commands now at Hollo, Ccbu and other points. The scheme has not yet taken such definite form a to determine the commands of the division and departments. There Is no doubl.bo wever, that Lawtoa and MacArthur .will remain where they now arc, and probably tho command In the Islands south will bo under a brigadier general. Another ofllcer will have to bo selected for the department in the far northern part of tho Islaud at tho terminus of tho Dagupcn railroad. The plan Is to give each department commander all tho troops that can be successfully operated and also Insure sufllcicnt garrisons for all points taken. Protection to the peaceable tribes Is ono of the chief objects sought, as representations mado to the war department indicate that many ol the inhabitants do not want to fight and if unmolested and relieved from fear of attack by the Tagals will assist in supporting tho authority of tht United States and make it impossible for the followers of Agulnaldo to subLin-gayen sist PRESIDENT DIAZ. I'retldcnt McKluley Kxprcted to .Meet Ilia and Invite llliu to Come, to W nthlngton at the Nation's tiaett. Washington, Sept.23. In connection with President Diaz's visit to Chicago, it is expected that President McKinlej will meet the Mexican president at Chicago and invito him to como tc Washington as his guest aud the gucsl of the nation. Diaz's route northward is expected to be through San Antonio and St Louis. At the latter point ho ma make a stop, as the club of that city have telegraphed tc the Mexican embassy here an urgeul request that the president honor St Louis with a visit In recognition of the presence of I foreign ruler within the country, it it probable that representative of President McKinley will meet the Mexican president at the United States bordei and accompany him throughout hit stay in tills country. An army ofllcer of high rank is likclj to be selected for this service. No lest than 14 invitations from that man cities have been extended to Prcsiden) Diaz to be their guest during his staj in the United States. But the under standing among otllcials Is that he will not be able to accept many of these. Latin-Americas 's 8150,-00- WILL MARRY A BRAHMIN. .Millionaire Indigo Merchant, of India, to Wed Mitt Virginia Tyler Hud- ten, of Kentucky. - Chicago, Sept. 23. When Andand A. Advani, a millionaire indigo merchant of India, who has been In Chicago iJP a week, left for St Paul Saturday he carried with hlra the promise of Mist Virginia Tyler Hudson, especially in Louisville, as a newspaper writer, for a marriage in either Germany or London next June. This is tho first instance known of a llrah min seeking an American wife in this country. Mr. Advani haa been touring America and Canada for pleasure and camo to Chicago a week ago. He is the oldest son of Ajeotsing Advani, a millionaire banker of Bombay and a liberal member of tho council of that city. Miss Hudson Is a daughierof Rer D. Sho is a diT. Hudson, of Kentucky. rect descendant of President Tyler. London will bo tholr future home. well-known, -A- dvices Adm. Ilewey and Uen. Lee. Va., Sept. 23. Cltizem are planning to have Dowoy and here Fitzhugh Lee at the launching of a torpedo boat There will be a parada and a three days' carnivaL Dowoy aud Lee are to ride in the same, cap riagc. Leo Is to be hero any how, and tho committee will call on Dewey as soon as he arrlyes to secure his pre v Richmond, ence. Sl'3KANK, 215.-- The Lowered the Mile Itecord. Wash., Sept. 23. C. C Hol-scl- l, of this city, Friday lowered the world's amateur bicycle record for a mile. Three judges and three timer certify that ho covered the distance in l:85tf, The previous record, human paced, was 1:38. Urathof Capt Mill. 1. HallUUy. CiucAoo, Sept. 23. Capt. Win. P. Halilday, of Cairo, 111., died af tht Lexlngtou hotel Frlilay night. Ho had been ill for a long ttmc with malarial fever. Capt lUlllday was 7 years old, - yW." - MUa .ja. - j .- f TO m IMGgsSJfWV -- !' tm " .. iw?iwwy?t fc,ii . aw w 4mmn yaeiaMuA-..- Wl' i""lJl"l""H -- ! Yellow "Fever. LOCAL NEWS. Tlir He Did Not Itlse. Militarism Comes High. Thosi who are infected hj the heresy that mi Maoism is a good thing for the country are invited to take a look at the aecniinl A Streator preacher was having Protracted meet Inn at Micow rhanj:-e- a sort of toRt meeting by asking follow fover haw liirrensed hi to 3nd Sunday in October tho congregation iiueptions on Jnokson, Minn., iuni wpremllni; at Georgia' prize melon weighed 151 their conduct. The near approach iHJiinds. As the ue:ro wild: " I wars Key WoBt. 'Now, brothren," he said, "all not of frost will noon t iiiii p it nut Jus' a li'l too much fur one and of you who imv our debts will eruouph fur two." everywhere, except nt Key West, -please stand up." AdvertiimKNa vehicle on the road In response to this there was mi where it must inn Its course. fortune; Hut it is not an limuruiico to bankruptcy in the hands apparently unanimous uprising. willcy apdnst or lius 'Now," said the preacher askBryan in Kentucky. of incompetent men a overseers ine!s. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lNrifl, IlMTAIUilHIIKII TOM DILLON. Sr Prop'r, I lifnks. Before e Hon. Vm. .J. Bryan will In Kentucky, Oct. 10, 17 ami IS. Up will enter the State nt Fulton or Pailucuh. mill lie conducted over the State on a upeoial train, SpenkinK at all way points, lie will make only one regular Net speech, and that at Louisville on the 18th. si5 day. and fortunately this one of the holiday that common people participate in too. The Oaj:o Indians are probably the hitch richest per capita in the world. of them, man woman and child, has U IHK) acres of pod laud, and receives government four times a year from the T H. Horn! shot and wounded M. K. Chambers m Union IMty. Monday. Wound not dauerous It was the result of family troubles. Chambers hav- s Farmers, Hold Your Corn. ing married and separated from Bond daughter. Secretary Cobrun Is urcini: the Fulton Leader: Mo-e-s Homra. the Racket Store, fannerd to ho'd their surplus .minrhrfnrnf ttio (Jn-eby Judge feollars was lined $1 and corn. To day he sent out this on a warrant sworn out by Marshal for disturbing There lins never heen a season Huddlestoi against him there were low the peace, llomr.i claims his house of unusual produutiou and several It reek women around prices of corn which was not in that he was trying to get rid of aud a the near future followed by one light ensued. scarcity, with or comparative A smile of glad anticipation now prices corresponding hih, and o'erspreads the countenance of tho lo- of cool-cWith there is no sufficient reason for cal nimrod. appears the coming duck atr the festive weather believing this so far nnvarjiui: hunting resorts near Hick- the rule is likeb' to be changed lor man.favorite Several tlocks of ducks, water Has the present occasion. The moral turkevs, etc have Wen of this is that farmers should mar- week'golug in the direction of Heelfoot ket as grain no more of their ptcn Lake, being but loreruniiers oi many on. Heelfoot ent crop than is absolutely neces more to follow laterfor hunters, andLake in a is a famous resort aary." short while the fine sport will begiu and coutiuuo throughout the fall and (Jreutet l!old Camp. wiuter. The ne.t holiiluy for the bank In is clerks and government employes Tliuiik'ivuij,' t- - ing the others to frit down, 'Vll those who do not pay will please st mid up." Ouo man alone itroso. 'Ah, brother," said the preacher, "why is It thai vou of all this congregation. should be so ill i- tures' were laiger than most ol the leading ()o ernnieiiis of 10 ti rope with their hip standing armies. Our militiiry expenditures for. the fiscal ear ended June ,'10, 180 . were: Army, fT7.l.'il,lU8; na pensions. $141, V.. fi'JS.lOG; total, 213. lf7,5o'J These figures taken when we were on a peace footing with all the world are in excess of the expenditures by England, France or Germany for the IWal year of 1SP8 I), a of Increased expenditures for these nations. Their military outlay was for the year mentioned: England, $195 f.'W,97U; Germany, pe-riod with .Spain our inilltar.N undertook the v tt r r- 39 - expendi ulmi . te rai l & K sui'ctujr lo II O Hmi. Jtc'J.) J Marble and 3i anite Monuments' STONK WORK of nil Kindn, . a IKUiN 1' l'iiMUliU, etc., l?a TA .1 . o tt ' K j3 i :rr a-- , ) exo m K lV m kar' &mu3 TreTW ii&tt Siokznan, Ky. ( i f fereut "I don't know, parson " he re plied, slowly, us he looked around over his friends mid acquaintances in the mee log, 'unless it is that I'm not a liar, aud cause I can't get what the people round mo owe tno."- - Laoon Journal. 7'' An II M MAN WAGON CO., AXvr.kiTVHr.HH uk nit: nci..HHAT:i Unusual ('use. l'rovi-donee- ap-poa- l: co-it- s An unusual case of child be, ing saved by tho hand of has been reported to the Louisville Evening Post by u correspondent at Richmond, ly. The residence of Sherman Cotton at 73,800, 02S; France $18;S.7mO, 700. As per capita estimate, every man, woman and child in the Uui ted States would be taxed, on the 1 : nXKf9wPcCttS3f!lMr i . ob-erv- ed Cottonburg, was struck by lightning during a thunder storm, and per capitiu tax paid by England a cat that was Ijlup on the porch aud France for the support of beside a little child was killed by their military establishments. tho shock, but the child was left unharmed. THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMA population ut 75.000.000 Thin Is a larger ratio than either Gei 11111113' or Italy spends for military and is only exceeded by the pur-pone- s basis of military account of the prosr-nyear, $3."!, esllni.itii.g the Large Land Trade. Monday tho Mr. t ratio PAIGN OF was Ar-not- t 1900, Last .1 t i i L bonsts the . . .. i o.ui cam,, proutl tit on eartu." unpp le ureeK is Sev an veara old. The first year the output was $000 000. The last CriDDlo - . .- Greek. Col. . . . eoi-greate- j i.rt year-lS9- S-it was .$lf,000,000. The total to date is in round numThe deepest bers 68,000 000. shaft in Cripple O eok by two huu dred feet is tho John A. Logan, owned by the Sltatton Indeyend enue Co., which is 1,'JOO feet deep. Hence, Cripple Creek's 0S,000,. 000 output is the record of the first 1000 feet depth ntiiiined only bv the most prominent miners, with hundreds of holes less than 500 feet in depth. Cripple Creek's dividends aggregate about .' 250,000. Independence of the Farmer. n ; v- V- - r - 11 W' The farmer does not have to solicit the patronage of any one. He does not have to enter into nomnetition and strive with his neighbors like a merchant; he does not have to wrangle mid warp the truth for a living like some pen pie; in fact can be the most hide poudent man on God's green earth if be mauages his affairs in a bus ineBS-likmanner. He has more time and equal opportunities for improving his mind, ho has lesH point Thus earlv all signs..:.ii., to an ouen . . :,. ...: ti. "v wmior. sav.s iiiu iiuiuvim., r ,.m thimHr usual, and this Is taken iw a sure indi cation of warm weather until late in the winter Birds that go South with the tlrst approach of winter, have begun repairing their nest.s built this spring, showiug they will stay hi this region until late in the fall. The fur of the chipmunk and squirrel, which is heavy just previous to a hard be thin. Many winters found toreliance upon these place great signs, which have been bunded down from father to sou. Bleeding of the nose is often very difficult to stop, but tho efficacy of the following method Is vouched for by a corresiondeiit of the New York Times Cut some blotting paper about tin inch square, roll it about the size of a lead Dcncil aud out it un the nostril that is bloediug. The hollow m it will allow the sufferer to breathe, the blood will fill the space between the tulx aud the nose, and will coagulate and cease to . - i,. i". jkt-sou- s and Dr. J. M. Wright, In ono of the largest bodies of land that has ever changed owners In County waB transferred Lake from Mr. Arnett to Dr. Wright. The body of laud was known as the "old Survey'' and is located It on the north of Horn Hidge. comnriBes 2.200 aores. over 700 being cleared, and was sold for $10,000.00 to be paid for in five years, 8,000 per annum and in- terest. Lake Co. Press, closed between John 1). llow. The county clerk is required each year to make a list of all tho real estate transfers hi the county as shown by deeds recorded, and this shows of acres of land sold and the price paid therefor, and the town lots anil prices. When the assessor returns his list, the price ot this property as listed by the assessor aud tho price at which it sold, as shown by the record deed, are placed side by side, and to tho State Board of equalization ami from it the Board equalizes the assessment in tho county. r tin-go- es Presidential election will probablj decide the policy of the nation for tbe mut ludT next decade Eerj elliti-Vou 4'iitiuoi .Tlnkt' it .THwfiikf thai are lo come bethe f rtat question can be done only fore Ibe people Thle S throat h the medium of a great newtpa-pe- r. Now it the lira, therefore, for voler to tubtcrlbe for the btl aud One of it h ationgest l'olnln In fid most reliable newtpaper obtainable. The ;erai Weekly Republic coer the whole field of K)lllical newt. Wblle it t Demo ltriiu II )UUtlFUC1 tec IIV s ,u ith.im v all political panic without prejudice lu MintiifR- Light Ilrtad In 10 .Mlinilen. IUkoH lliscultH in u telegraphic and cable new nervloe of ICcoiioiuleal (Jooklntf Hiiylng n '.Majestto" menus a llle-llm- e It perior to that of any olher paper heat In lact, it peoiat feature arc the 4'ull iiml F.Miiiiii( TlM'tii. no 4llli-r- . Is the paper for that large cla'of readOUTLOOK IX THE Tltt.NSVAAL. no-er who cannot afford or do not hair lo the dally papers. Attention In also clled to ii lUpub On the thoory that every days delay means an additional chance lie's Sunday Manatlne It al( tone II 'ibcrip for peace in the Transvaal the lustrations alone I ate worth thespecial nr made up of It slowness of the British Govern- tion price l4t literary latent, einbrac tide by tbe ment in forcing affairs to a culmi- lu a rarlety o( current subjects of Innation with the Boers offers a terest News feature of absorbing Infaint hope that war may yet be terest are Illustrated and enlarged Uon For the benefit of the ladiei the late'l ( avoided. The Ho lone are haudtomely lllutrateil It is extremely probable that publlo SuieUy MkiIii i alwuyt inter tho peace party in England is us ein to esery member of tbe family of the The suberlptloii prli log with all the advantage possiTh r year Kepublie is Jl 00 ble the argument offered bj the I i 6 per of the Orange Free Republic Sunday Ufatlne being ottered determination paper State to aggressively assist the yer lloth low pri earof now a the ery $1.60 year. To Republic In the ecure thi low rate boih must be ordered South African .. .k. KB. I- .- ...I.I-- . a1,111. event of a eontltei itli Ureal .H.l r..l.l .Vf.- .l.r .m. .I...u Addre all or.lori lo Til K KKI'L'IILir. Britain. This will mean a war of n political pur Tbe politico of Ibt lien re now being formcl sad the cudl-dle- i dhoutied. The voice of the peorecorded bjr ballot at the approach-iple icrt "Majestic" CooMsg Eaages, The Best in the World ! la BuylugOaeof these Ruag.es - 1CONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! You'll Ilu, H. 5. BREVARD. Iredferd & i&r Regers s&s want to skli you Herol-Week- ly SROCERIES, Frcsii Meats, Hay, Outs, Ilran, I.iuie, ,m.l (Vinenl. '. -- allurements for corrupting his morals, and his occupation is con greater magnltudo than was first threatened, and one that possibly might not bring disaster to the M Lou in, .Mo. Hardware, Quecnswar?, 3Inrring;'.H. Jennie Hamilton Jarret Salhe On the 20th, Geo II On the 19th, Clarence S ji . ducivo to the highest development of his physical powers. He can be on intimate terms with his whole family, at peace with the world aud he cau worship God under bis own fig tree, none daring to molest ormako him afraid. Miss Isslppi Vnlley Democrat. Dupree to Montgomery, to There me cotton mills In forty three of tho ninety seven conn ties in North Carolina, the total Birdio Anna, daughter of Mr and number in the State being 205. Mrs. Jas C. Newton, on tlio2Uh lust, The population of tho South of tyuhoid fever and congestion of the African Republic consists of 03, brain after 4 weeks illuess 000 boors, 8,000 other whites, call I'KOISKAMJIK OF THE COUNTY ed uitlanders, nnd 000,000 Kaffirs TEACIIKKS' ASSOCIATION, and Zulus. OONGKESSMEN James 1). Rich To he Held at r'uln lew School House, Saturday, Oct. Tin. ardson, of Tennessee, and Sidney P. Epos of Virginia, will make MOHSIMl SKSSION. speeches in this State next mouth (1) .Machine Teaching. Miss .Teniae for Goebel. Thomas, Miss Ida Ballow, Henry THE Kentucky synod of the (2) Causes of Failure in Teaching Cumberland Church will meet in Bowling Green on Oct. 21, and an Arithmetic. It A. Malum, Miss Nottio Blakeniore. On tho 22d, L C. Callison to Webb On the 25th, Isoni Browder to Alice l'owott. On tho 21pt, W P. Adams, to Agatha M r. Mary IIKI, Chamberlain jingoes, The cost of such a war will be seriously considered by tho English peo-pinot all of whom favor tho war policy, and in itself Is an element of strength to the advocate of peace. There is always a danger at like the present, however, of the magnetism of war gaining possession of tho national Goveru mind and compelling ments to recognize its mysterious potency. e, All M!rsnns Indebted to O. A. Unicornis are untitled that they must como forward and nettle. Delays are dangerous. Verbuni Saplentl. f'omt' I'MHiir DOOrV. Editor's Awful Plight. F M. IHgk'ins. Editor Senecn, tills ) News, was atllicted for years with l'iles that no doctor or remedy helpvtl until he tried Huckhn's Arnica salve. tholn-H- t in tlie world. Ho writes, two boxes wholfor Plies. ly cured him. Cure guaranteed. Only alio. Sold lo FKIOES WILL PLEASE YO- - - Infallible all druggists. Farmers Free Column. Under this heading will hereafter bo II lines to Hon. V. J. Bryan will begin published notices not whoexceed sul'rlb-ers- , are each, from farmers speaking in Kentucky about Oct. who have homes, mules, cows, pro- W ZS (tiT I 'f?T5 T)s 15th. A ducts, seed, &e., for salo, free of charge. A good ing for months lor her husband mnlo cheap. O. L. Rosk. found his I ody in un enibaliner's JvrNcy .Til I li 4'ow, office, where it was doing service A fiuo Jersey Milch Cow. with young as an exhibit. The man had been li. I'aiiiiam. calf, forsule. accidentally drowned. For Sale. St. Louis woman, after look- milch cow for sale and a A (JuaikmaN YoUNO, of the GoeThree good mules, wagon and farm bel State Demncrrt'lo nommittoe, lug implements. Apply to Alkx. Rick. Young Brown only important mid interesting meet- Stuhr, Miss Anna Outten. Intermis- concedes John sion 0000 votes and predicts Goebel's Fur in for Naif. ing Is expected. CD Tho Factors of our Public Schools Miss Dora Smith, Miss Delia Thomas, election by about 22,000. Tho farm near Hickman, known as The Democrats can lose Ohio, Miss Anuio Sherron. tho O. W. Powell place, near Dyersbnrg this year, without impairing their Supremo Lodge K. of 1. Methods in Language Work. Miss road, Is offered for sale 100 acres M chances in the Presidential elec Lou Kaniuge, Miss Virginia Luton. 1899. Washington, D O , Oct. cleared, very good houses, orchard, ike. (fij Our System of School Records tion, but if tho KepublioiiiiR lose Ono aud fare on the certifi- For further information, apply to and Oko Wakuk.v. the State, it is geod bye McKin. Jas Reports Needed Improvements cate plan from all coupon stations of II Sanders. the Mobile & Ohio R. R. ley. Patrons aud advanced scholars are .. presout Fittinq women for work are especially invited to bo D A Word to Mot hers. E Wilsonscarce in Cuba. Cooking aud Mothers of childreu affected with washing are monopolized bv men. One Fare to Cincinnati and Return. croup or a severe cold need not hesitate to administer Chamberlain's Cough American employment of women Account National Convention Chris- Remedy. It contains no opiate nor narPowoll Block, Clinton St. has tian Churches. Tickets on sale from cotic any form in the Havana in and may bo given as been received with disproval h. all coupon stations of tho M. & O. R. confidently to the babo as to an adult. ilnrlug parch ied llie (Irocery Htock of R., Oct. 12th, Ith, lUth and 17th, lim- Tho great success that haw atteudod Its the men. ited for return passage to Oct. 21, lbU'J. uso in the treatment of colds aud croup J J 0 Itoiidur ml. would lie lead lo call. Fresh Good hate all old friends The war in tho Philippines has won for it tne approval and praise and Choice llarjjaitM lo Montgomery Street Fair. wearily on but an aggress drags It has received throughout tho United 18111. Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 8, States and in many foreign lauds. For ive campaign Is now being plan Ouo faro from all ticket stations on salo by Cowgill A: Cowgill, Hickman, ned and will begin very soon President MoKmley announces tho Mobile & Ohio Railroad. Tickets and A. M. Shaw, State Lino, Druggists. one-thir. SNau rr - General Grocer, A.F. OLIVER. C. E. EAKER, post-offic- e 1 When you ro to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if you know how. Ask the ticket agent for n ticket via the COTTON BELT KOUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs arc arranged so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. Vou will not have lo bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections arc made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. If you are thinking ol taklim a trip, write and tell tu where you arc boImk nnd when you will leave, and we will tell you how your ticket will col, what train to take so aa to make the best much time ami connection, ami anything clue we can that will help make your trip a comfortable one An Interesting little booklet. "A TK1P TO THXA8," will be mailed free lo any adUre. 23-2- n. adahi, Traveling l'aenger U. Agent, 3) that henceforth "there useless parley, will bo no soJd Out 21st to 28th inclusive, limited no pause until the for return to Oct. !Mh, lfe9J. Blacksmith and Undertaker CAIKO, ILL. W. UBEAUME, Cen'l l'aii'r and Tkt. Agent, ST. I.OUIH. MO. insurrection aud the Americun authority aoktiowl edged aud established." Such u poliov will meet the approval of all sensible people, regardless o' The their views of expansion. American people may not care to keep the lelauds, but they do want tho Insurrection quelled wltb all possible speed, is surpreflsed Admiral Dowcj'h Reception. 18!)!). Now York City, Sept. auth-aot18!)!). Washington D. 0., Ocf 27,000 men hi procession in Now York City on this occasion. A good opportunity to witness theso important events, aud also to visit tho Metropolis uud national Capitol. Greatly reduced rato to both points from all coupon stations or tho Mobile & Ohio H, It, Cull ot) uny ugeut for particular. 2d-!i- KENTUCKY. FIIOKMAN, MiiltN for Sale. Powell warohouso and vacant lot "ItVEMK A TIUALwlin you want T Iilanktnltbing done, ora repair In Three nood Muler) anil' two huriioHH alongside. Few plows at half price. Ilorsesholtu; speolnlly Mareri, for Halo. Apply to Gin warehouse ami gin outfit complete. Vngons, &c. I isVo kenp a full line of J no, I). Mavks. Corn OiushoT, Uno Corn riheller, Fonco Loom, Warehouse Scales, all In runG o o d c Mvory and ning order Money makiug business Hay for Sale. nnd Holld Illack Common, Kosewood, never failed to make money tu gin bus Walnnt Collins and Cases, whiob can be Below and opiMwito H It. I linvii far mill' MNVOlitv irma nf mwul Depot. hiess. Most desirable lot in Went HickK e o p h BnrreyH, BncKiea. filled up In nhnrt noiice, and at reasonman, old mill corner. Fine largo fire able prices. Ql m a call. Hay. Timothy, 12.00; Mixed, Oloyer HorfeH, &o., for hire. PJvery accomo. aud burglar proof info. dutiOQ glyuu, Your putroimge iolIol(, aud Timothy, fll.QOf Olover i),00. ML 0bop our Ibi Jftll, Dhvob Hbnuy pa, Powitjw Bro, For Mule r Iteiil. THE STEVE STAB. Post-ollle- Undortakor'c Fl Nlabl. $ , ft