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XXXIV, NO. 40 War in South Africa. i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKBMMd M"31- fll HerrlDK was flown from TTntnn WHAT OUR STATK IS DOINH rOH T1IK TKAINIMJ OF 1IKIC UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN. i Fall "IrCflll OVStCM and Coloi-- rrvnlr. y at tlio City Bakery. IIjw Ivey DeBow and Arch DeBow pn union uity Sunday. Announcement A. Dress Goods, Wo arc pleased to announce that ! V1'-- ' our FALL OFFERINGS ol Jackets, Capes, Ladies SUITS, Millinery, Ami 3f -- m, jmp stamps. Ilss Llicile Lliwnsboro. (if Wivwl. MMs, was in town Wednesday. HOPE bleached Domestic for I3Ar.Tzr.it & Douns. !.at to might, at least, uivo a feu-r distance yells for thu Admiral. 26 cents nets vonr eves touted a pair of spectacles at Back's. -- Misses Marie Hnevurd. Mabel nn.il. ' and Bohsie Ca.o have retunud from Louis MSr We sfll high grade men's Shoes Kick & Nayumi. f'l and 3 60. There aro two thiuirs whieh the ts cannot coutrol the air and pos- - -- Miss Leone Fnriua was in Martin. ewiav to attend the maariage of Miss ena iscuastluu. FARMER'S CHOICE Domes Uai.tkkk & Douns. fc.t"i M.. c at "1 f-- Mr. John M. Milner and Miss Hen tta Allen, of Fulton, wero married Union City, Suuday our gcncraMiues ul DRY HOODS, SIIOKS, CLOTHING, FURNISH IN(iS. ttc, nrc now ready jor inspection, ami wo invite your to tint excellence of our stock. iou -- 01R SPECIAL DISPLAY Of Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats has attracted much attention, and elicited praise from every one, -- destroyed. air. The bull .ings for the caro of Send to W. M. SHAW for choice 'resli meats of all kinds, at the old these children area credit to the State, and thoroughly equipped Jacket Store. Telephone !iC. Ed Tho fronts of last week, according with all possiblrvjuieans for the reports rrom tno runners or various comfort, happiness and education tions of tho country, did very littlo of their pupils. They are under t r tils -- Messrs. H. 0. Beckman. M. B. taw jr.. Lock Brevard T. T. Swuyne id Rob Tyler aro takingng in the St. X' Many peraone are not aware tlmt tho State of Kentucky does more Tor the training of the defective children. In proportion to their number, than it does (or the other children through the public scIiooIm. In fact it maintains three uotiln moIiooIs, one at Frauk-for- t Tor the teaching of feeble mi titled children, known aa the Kentucky Institute tor the ore at Danville known as thu Kentuck.v School for the Deaf; and one for blind children, known as tho Kentucky Institute lor the Education of the Blind. These are all free, and the Stato upon proper evidence pays for the clothing and even for the railroad fare of those children whose parents are too poor to ' meet such expenses. In the case of the deaf children and also of the blind children, the school is in session from the middle of September to the middle of June, when the children all no home, In order that the family ties may not be Fee-Minded; 31CookinyLargest inline of Stoves town. tJiilo hales have been larger. The Millinery Department is in charge of Miks A.nick Kkinoku, assisted hy Miss Oovn:i.t.o, ol St. Louis, who was with ui last Spring. We have this ccnsnti bought an unusually largo stock of Millinery, and are in a W. jwOS fa- 3 '? .Mii!f"?wi KyV, -'ti portion to ptcahe you, both an to Myle and prices. '.n.r ffTmJlSSKK&'Jisiir!!fSibmmii Our lines of "rf'!'--' 3?c 1MBit the charge of hoards of trustees selected from the beat citizens of the neighborhood and the best N. L. P. ic W. S. Ellison. possible teachers are' employed The Cnnntv Fiscal Court vriui in for training their pupils.. n(iwiou Tii6tiiay Tho usual routine al These three schools are mainlowance were maile, ami no other busi-- J tained in tho most generous-ma- n of importance. tiw ner by the State, and conseMass Meeting of Negroes. , SL'WAK HOUSE MOLASSES. quently rank among the"foremost quality new crop N. O. MoL in the world for their efficiency. A State Mass meetingof the ue: O. E. Eakek's. It is strange to say, bat true, j Haskell, tho elocutionist, at that a small part of the entire gro voters of Kentuckv is called ! .l.tH lallto-uight- . ThU enturmiu- - 'number of defective children with to meet in Louisville, Oot. lOllf. Heating and uiago The indications now point to war in South Africa, and, if it. comes, all who are well advised as to the methods of modern warfare, know full well what will be the result I. e. the British armies will win, not because they are right, but because they have the guns and the men who have the courage and know bow to use the guns. In the old, old day, when some, of our very old men were boj s, there used to be such talk in the school houses and on the "hustings" that "God would pro tect the weak wheu in the right," that it was the highest type "" of patriotism for a people to "flght for home and firesides;" bat we hear but little of such talk now. One seldom ever bears of the unequal struggle of our forefathers k with the British. But the cry is, that victory goes with the biggest armies and the best trained eons, and that the Importance of trade, commerce and money, makes war s "right," whether It is or not in thfe sight of God. Success, victory m war, means "manliest destiny," and 'manifest destitij" means God's will in modem interpretation In this South African war the two Dutch Republics will be wiped out and British imperialism be established, but it will be the biggest gibs and the biggest armies, tjie.jjfrong conquering the weak, tbeSnight of power and not the might of right. KW-a- 4 : m ., A ti '4 Itf s iiHimy tcui iiHirarvi uuu Aii.l uivuayout! uoi.iao ro Mft.v ? sight :We, ! .jwttm4fe.ii Thej1iddre8B calling the conven- i ki w liir W bi wnav.OTiM? r vw w. M . . .. i , Ladles, misses and cniiflren s Jackets, Capes, Skirts, 5 g-- " and Ladies Suits are nnsin passed. We handle the cclcbrntcff BRIFELD garments, which are mi well known throughout the United States. The name is a guarantee ol the (pntlity. We .show a very large ns'ortmcnt. Our f 'ATA LOfJUIC of Wraps and Suits will be mailed to any address, plication. upon up- blind children of the State. About corded the same liberty in KenL P. & W S Ef I.ISON- one hundred and twenty five tucky as white men. -CSov Bob Taylor will deliver receive Instruction at the ins new lecture on nijjnt or Uct 12th yeaily 2nd. That ho is not admitted to nt the Opera House in Union City He Institution for the Blind in Louisnow on sale at Wolsey's ville, though it is estimated there the jury box. hcrvnl heats only W) cents 3rd Thnt he gets inferior railare more than five times that num ber growing up iii ignorance in road accomodation and pays full The jioMul department of the hits authorized tho xwt otlice Kentucky. The school receives to weii;h every piece of mail leaving all children whose eyesight is so fare. This mass meeting or conventhe olllcu during the thirty live days detective un to prevent t heir getending Nov 6 at midnight. tion being asBi tubled in the midst ting an education in the schools TIMOTHY SEEP. of a political campaign may bo for seeing. C. E Eakuk's New stock, at There aro also in a separate suspected of being a campaigu Mrs Haskell is one of the most building equal and similar privigifted nrtiMh this county has produced leges provided for colored chil- affair. So far as tho negro vote in Kentucky is concerned the She hringh to her work Mich wonderful power or elocution as to create a perfect dren. t print this notice in order Democrats, all know full well We ovation where er she appears. Atlanta -Expv-t'rnmo- celebrated iVilsou Heaters. ?sigsss j 4'f5 :i I r II : S g - m L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 7auuiuauauuuinuuuuiiuuuuuuuuiiuauuuaiuuau1 . REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AUENT. Special attention given to the selling of Real Estate of all kinds; and represents a full line of tho best and most reliable Fire Insurance Companies doiuir biiNincss in the Stale, and that 'Old Reliable" MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE tfO., that nan already pilll out largely over i? 100,000 Life liisuraucu in Hickman and vicinity and Is issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Lite Insurance Oompauy doing htiMiucss In this country. Me solicits your patronage. Call and see him. II. T. TII.KII. T. nrsriiijEiR,, Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Cull mid see our Stook. that anyone wh' knows of a deJournal, November '', lsltj. child of condi t& Send your orders to the new City fective lie taught, suitablecrowing now tion to Bakery for Fresh Oysters and Celery. up in ignorance, may get the benLicense were issued this week for efit of what I lie State so freely ofthe marriage of Mr O J MauesotoMiss Inez McPlellan, at the bride s homo fers. No greater word of benevonear Payee, to bo celebrated on the 4th May every measure of prosperity and lence can be done, and a postal happiness "attend them card addressed to any of the inCooler J Yes. It is the verv kind of stitution mentioned will secure weather a good cup of ColVee is appre- full information as to the simple ciated The kind that can be made of forms to be observed to secure Chase it Sanlorn's famous Coffee will please you. Sold only by H. Buchanan. admission. ('apt. W. M Martin, died, at ins LOST. home in Union City, last Friday troin A largo sett Gold Ring, initials ou wouiids received by jumping trom an Libera reward. . the sett omnibus enroute fnm Padndah J T. Stephens. Ho was 77 years of age. He built tho Court House in Hickman, 60 June-tion- thnt no matter what issues aro the people that, with here ano mere an exception, the always vole the Republican ticket, and therefore the Democrats have nothing to gain from them. And it is equally true that the Republicans know full well that the negroes are sure to vote the Republican ticket solid, no matter what that party does or o fails to do. That the 65,000 voters in Kentucky, if held independent, would have an effect, goes without the saying, bo-for- e i ue-groe- s no-gr- o WANTED TO HACK OUT. But Finally Concluded to Make (Jood His Promise. years ago. A e I &c Every- thing up to date. Maiiv Bkkkxdks & Co. H . frm't. C. A. IIOMOMIIK. . I'riVt. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 II.MIVIIt:i IMtOFITK 410.WOO. Mllltl'I.IN Solicits your business. We offer the most Liberal Accommodations to our Customers Consistent with Established Banking Principles. K.T. TYLEH.C. A. UOLCOMBE, .7. NAYLOIt, W. II. BALTZEl J. VV. OOWGILL, W. h, McOUTOHEN, M, B. SHAW, ANK ICEMAN HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Katl.ltl.lha J 1M. . B W. C. JOHNSOS, O. laitMt, (Succmor to Wui. Ulestelbrink.) IN UKALKK nice, hot shave, fair treatment, work. The.se will be found ss at t in KKW BAKU l SHOP, in Judge's old millinery store Prompt A. L. Hockimi, Prop'r. service. country boy is passing. There The is very littlo left ot the country left. Where the mill and meeting house and store ted to brood in regal holitude, ambitious towns have sprung up, where bonds aro issued, waterworks, street cars and electric plant put in. The fast trains bring tho farms together and the telephone has made the world a vast whispering gallery Utir I can correct any defect of the eye that any Optician can. I have the instrument and know how to use them will convince you and Try me and save you money, Respectfully, 1 jig Bargains at H. C j Union City, Tenn., Oct. 2nd. Saturday evening Sheriff "' John Finch noticed a young and man standing neur BenIS THE HOUSE DOOMED! nett's saloon. As the former was Western agriculturalists are crying and seemed in distress, Mr Finch re m ii iked to his deputy, becoming alarmed at thu rapid Josh Adams, that they had better of automobiles in this inquire u lint was the matter. The and foreign countries. They fear otlicers approached the couple Buchanan's t losing ft.i Ml Late wo-ma- n H W. Brae. Money loaned in New York this week iw high as 10 pel cent and hard to pot Fancy Groceries and Provisions, MKMAN, TelephoneStore Idepce, No, 80, er, however, was only 5 to (! per cent lie same that haretoforu has been quot- il at trom l to ',' per eeut uitiereiit anises aro asMgneu lor tne str.ingency, Jver speculation, probable war in En- and many thinkthut close ijpo, (Hioy at that (tilt edge commercial p.i- - 4l Jan conditions win 1st. prevail until KEMVQKY. No, 94; Res Buy your Carpets likI Bale. r FREE IjELIVEKY. Mattings at II. luchanan s Closing that the horse is a doomoc con "Have wo over really sinner considered what an important economic actor the horse really Is, and what an immense benefactor he has been to mankind as a consumer of agricultural vviiten a ranchman. It goes without saving that the horse In the United States consumes an immense quantity of hay and grain everj day, thereby creating a demand and furnishing a market for these products. What is a farmer, alieaey almost frozen out by the merciless co ipetition of of the bonanza, i. e , capitalistic farmer?, discriminated against by transportation companies, and adversely affected by a hostile t rift" going to do when this market fails! What are the agricultural wage workers going lo dot pro-tltiotd- ? and the Sheiiff asked the woman what was her trouble She replied that her companion had brought her from Kentucky, promising to mam her but lie claimed to bo unable to fulfill his promise, as tho judge was not in town, Mr. Finch asked the man if he had promised to initrrj the lady, and he replied that he had "sorter" promised to marn her. Finch informed him that while ho could not force him to marry her It would probably he the best thing ho could do, and after a littlo more talk lie agreed to carry out his promise. The repaired to the court house, secured the license and 'Squire J. II Edmonson performed the ceiemony. The man gave the name of Ben Owens, of Harvey, Ky. The woman, whose mime was Miss Adu Bresnu, caine from Mm field, Ky, L v .: i j? 1 i'VUXi! . . The Hickman Courier TOO aCOHGU WAKKE.W GRAND PARADES "Hip, hip, hurrah for Schlev!"and iindred cries can from nil parts of t In line. cd States. Twelve thousand tnem of elvio oryanlratloa. paraded re him, besides tens of thousand! HE DESIRES PEACE. Jtninifa llroiik-li-t tit lru. Otlt I'ram Agul- Civilian iiftliloWanU to Send 44 Piibllshtr. IvENTUCKa, UICKaIAN. . yi.XjLXJ.XXl.A.lXXJ.XXXJt.XXfrX -- I! I i fr OCTOBER- The Lnrffcst mid Most Mngiiiil- ccnt Pageants Kvor Scon on Land and Water. FROM NEW YOKK - J 899. Frl. Sun. Mon. TuiK Wed. Thur. JaLit TO . WASHINGTON, 3i 8 15 16 4 5i6i7t 1920k2it 26 27 28 I I I The first ceremony today was th presentation at the cltv hall of a gol loving cup to the admiral by Mnycj Van Wyck on behalf of the city o N ew l ork. Mayor Van Wyek's address was couched in most elegant langu.ige, reviewing Dewey's life from emidhood to Manila bay. , When the mayor had concluded Adm. Dewey replied as follows: ; citizens, and in of cannon rockets and the blaze 1 fire and the thunderous cheer tiuTriiinntnl Cnni minimi. 17V8 -- n Every Town Alone; tlio Route Turned would be quite impossible to ex- press in words how deeply I am moved Out Its Full Population to by tliis all these honors, one after See the Train. the other that beautiful cup. the 23 24 25 30131 ii-- A Reception lit tliu X.wlou'n Capital an lhnpcror .Might Knrj ilm City llro- oratril Klnborlly An Ovation ....it--t- to the llrciit Ailinlrl. it- - New Yoiik, Sept. CO. New York was TtTTTTTTTTTTfttfTTTTrFf'K decked brilliantly Thursday in honor of the gallant sailor who is'walting at her gate. Had an ocean of color swept CURRENT TOPICS. had been tho intention of tho well through the city its ebbing tide could trailing commmco to uouiy an me more brilOnly four cardinal s.ippointed by Pius not have stained the streets .mis along the route with the hour IX. arc now living. Hundreds of mile-- of red, liantly. Rt special might be expected, but the nncer, Joe I'atchen, has white and blue bunting covered the Tiik famous been sold for SJ0.000. tun dispatcher at Jersey City heard uoble facades of Itroadway and Fifth Tiikiik are nearly 2 000 stitches In a avenue and a million llags llutter over pair of ,ig that it was next to impossible to boots.. the town. Not even the churches have ift'i the special out of town and notice Tiiiikk out of every 13." escaped the universal decoration. people have red hair. Mii.idvnui'c would probably block the Quite an interesting event occurred Chief Justice of England. Lord Ruscks. Apparently, however, the rall-,- l when Commander George V. llalrd, sell, attended the Dreyfus trial. telegrapti operators had passed Tiik finest shops in a Chinese city are who sailed with Faragut nnd Dewey in b tip along and the crowds were on West Gulf squadron, in lbOl, unthe those devoted to the sale of coilins. lid as though they had been sent league will hold rolled a package which he had carefulThe n mass meeting in Chicago October 17 ly way to the guarded all the I bare stop was made at Princeton, Hitssia consumes on an average no Olympia, and displaying a faded ere young Dewey had been a stu- less than 7,000.000 tons of liquid fuel a blue admiral's ensign, upon which y ear. t, and the admiral went to the four white stars, he said were stitched Xkahly of the surface of to Adm. Dewey: itform for a minute, merely saying "I wish to present to Newfoundland is covered with fresh dhe boys that he was pleased with you the first admiral's flag ever 'brok water. tj; reception tney nau given mm. n en out' in the navy of this country. ooNTr.AHY to popular belief, excitefit's such a reception as an emperor ment causes much less insanity than That grand old admiral whose name flight have envied, every student of and memory all so revere first hoisted monotony. tic college town being in evidence as upon the good ship Within the last 20 years 3,000 houses this ensign Avll as the whole population of tho in Dublin have been closed for sani Hartford, before New Orleans and pice, while college yells sounded above tary reasons. afterwards on the Franklin; and since New Yoiik, Cct, 3. Adm. Dewey "tie rumble of the departing train. Since shaving his mustache Senator it came down from masthead it Deboe closely resembles President All along the line every train, freight has never been whipped by the wind arose early Monday morning, and be in appearance. or worn by the elements. You, the Thk. instruction of each student costs THE DEWEY CELEBRApN AT NEW YORK. the French universities 511 fraucs per worthy successor of that great admiral whose tactics you so successfully folonnurn on an average. A Uuq.ues.ne (la.) man has a dog lowed a short while ago, I deem the tvhich was sent hira by express all the proper person for Farragut's mantle to i fall upon." vay from Manila, P. I. Adm. Dewey was deeply affected, Thomas IIain, new speaker of the Canadian house of commons, is a farm- and tears were in his eyes as he gazed er, the (irst to gain that post. at the souvenir. It was several moTiiekk arc 1,000 vessels which cross ments before he could find his voice. the Atlantic ocean regularly every New York, Sept. CO. Adm. Dewey's month, some of them twice a month. reception began Friday under most faHugh J. McUowan, the Indianapolis vorable auspices. The weather millionaire, has been a farmer, street clear and crisp. The first of the car cabman and police sergeant. two day' celebrations was devoted Tut: value of all the precious stones to a demonstration on water. found in the United States in 1&03 At one o'clock sharp the squadron was 8100,020, as compared with 8150,073 " jot under iry. It in 1S07. moment when the column started up A moxumkxt to the seven Mosby men executed at Alexandria, Va.. during the harbor and the great naval parade the war was unveiled the other day at began to be a reality. First came the police boat Patrol, which was the that place. A mo department store in New York apex of a wedge spreading out to has ottered Dreyfus a million francs the fireboats New Yorker and Van for his story of his famous case, to be Wyck which folWed abreast. The published in book form. steamer Sandy Hook, having on board Mahogany comes to the United the mayor and the representatives of States from Mexico to the value of the city of New York, with the stand25,000 per month, an increase of about ards of the city Hying from the fore 10 per cent over last year's figures. steamed alongside of At 7(5 years of age Judge Jackson, of and aft masts, the United States district court for the Olympia, the Hag ship of Adm. West Virginia, is still active on the Dewey ou the port side. After the Olympia came the armored bench. He was appointed by Lincoln. Fek.vani) Laiioui, the consul for cruiser New York, the flagship of Rr. ("Sold lovlnu cup presented '.0 the admiral, ty the people of the city Of New York. sroM. and oat iS.OOO Dreyfus, is the editor of an exhaustive Adm. Sampson, with her big turrets made of The cup Is encyclopedia of French law, the 12th and guns appearing likxa moving fort-- 1 volume of which was issued last year. ress as she followed in tlie wake oi the or passenger, that passed the special Dlt. Hi'.kdi.nb has discovered a hitheradmiral's ship. The Chicago brought gan preparations for his departure for saluted n blast of it with a Washington. by Rembrandt in up the rear of the column. to unknown picture whistle, and iu all tho larger a llaptist church at Amsterdam. It is Adm. Dewey has received so many the Following the New York xvcre the slowed down towns the portrait of a handsome youth of two s battleships Indiana and lt;"crs of welcome and congratula- - within "here tho flyer 20, dressed in black, with a white cothe city limits there was a consince Ills arrival in me unucii Then followed the tlons llar and large hat. Its probable date Massachusetts. tinual roar of steam from factories. irunboat Marietta, small by compan-- ! States that he Huds it impossible to in 1C32. The train, as It reached the line of He, there answer as he woiild wish. Jkffkkson City, Mo., is the location on with the Lancaster, with the au.v fore, asks the press to convey his ac- the District of Columbia, slopped for of the Missouri state penitentiary, lliary cruiser Scorpion behind. a few minutes at the little station of The admiral's cruiser at 2:25 o'clock knowledgment of their receipt and Deanwood, while the reception which is the largest penitentiary ii. the United States, with the largest was opposite Seventy-nintstreet. his thanks for the kind and good wishwent through the formality of umber of prisoner confined within Then there was a tremendous demon- es of his many friends. presenting the nation's guest the freeIn addition, Jefferson City stration. Cannon roared, the people its walls. Mayor Van Wyck called about ten boasts the possession of the largest yelled and flags and handkerchiefs o'clock and had a short talk with the dom of the district. The ceremony was performed by District Com ml manufactory of saddle trees in the were waved from the streets and hun admiral, whom he bid good-byWight in the presence of tho world. Ileforo he allowed the mayor to and windows. In the seclusion of an Oriental dreds of roofs was one hour and fifteen leave. Adm. Dewey told him to thank admiral's fleet captains, tho military The parade and naval members of the party and harem a woman invented the weaving of cashmere shawls, and besides this minutes passing Fulton btreet. The the people of New York for him for as many of the reception committee as evidence of brilliance gave buch wise vessels moved at about eight knots an the remarkable demonstration in his could be crowded into the admiral's honor. "It was magnificent," said the car. advice to her husband that he changed hour. her nainr from Xourmahal (light of lly actual admiral, "and far exceeded my expecta- Nkw Yoiik. Sept. 30. John Addison Porter, secretary to the harem) to .Nourjehan (light of the (vmnt tlw ....... WW. rif mnn in tin. Hitivpl' tlOhS. the president, first extended President WV..V ..... niiTtilinr W. ....... ... ...W world). The same woman invented Washington, Oct. .1 Tho land parale Saturday afternoon was McKinley's greeting, to which the adnttar of roses. of Adm. George Dowcy for miral returned his thanks very briefly. E0.U02. Thirty years ago the sardines and The parade started at 10 minutes henceforth the national capital is to Commissioner Wight then said: young herring in Canadian waters were past 11 o'clock, and the last company be his home was made the occasion 1SD7 "Adm. Dewey, you aro now in tho In bold mostly as fertilizers. nearly a million boxes of sardines in reached the Washington arch at 5 min- - for the greatest tribute ever paid by District of Columbia, anil representing oil were put on the market. The price utes to C. It required 3 hours and 55 Washington to any individual. After the commissioners of tile district, I paid to fishermen varies extraordina- minutes to pass a given point. the preliminary welcome in New have the honor of tendering you tho rily, according to catch, season and ork, itself uusnrpassed in its kind. It freedom of the nation's capital, and in The number of persons who saw year, b ing sometimes as low as SO per Dewey well reached into the millions, remained for the highest and greatest behalf of the people of tho district, hogshead, and sometimes as high at The admiral's progress from tho tomb in the olllcial world to hold out the from the most exalted to the humS100. of Grant to the reviewing stand was hand of greeting to tho famous blest citizen, I give you n sincere 150 years Tin: American war ship of one of glorious triumph, miral, and to join with the people who and cordial welcome home. We feel ago was not exactly the fighting maas exemplified in the He rode at the head of the proces- uro to bo his follow citizens in bidding gratified that Washington Is to bo chine of The citizens had your future home. It is tho best place Olympia or the llrooklyn. A model of sion with Mayor Van Wyck, im- him welcome. following Maj. Gen. every preparation to make the occasion in the world In which to have a home, battle ship lias re- mediately the llrst cently been p.aced in the collection of Hoc and his staff. The cheers worthy of their hero. Tne decorations and It is fitting that you who have historic curios at Independence hall, with which ho was greeted made were elaborate. Pennsylvania avenue done so much for the nation and have, This model, which is him ride bareheaded most of the was one mass of colored bunting along done such an important part for tho Philadelphia. some seven feet long, was carved by way. Hc was visibly affected. tho entire lino of march from the stu- - tation should make your future homo Joshua Humphreys in 1777. The three admirals Howison, Samp- - j tion to the white house, and not Tho people of i the nation's capital. Amonq the points dwelt on at the reand Philip as they rode by with tent with this, few private citizens r'ashington will esteem It, not only a Tuberculosis congress in IJerlin cent were the facts that more than 10 per their brilliantly accoutcrcd staffs, failed to make some display of color pleasure, but au honor to do all in nilr power to make your stay with us cent of the printers of Ilorliu who had were easily recognized and got flatter- - on their residences. On the fncade of the newly comlug applause, as did many of tho died were phthisical. pleasant as your services have been popular oilicers of the North Atlantic pleted government post olllco buildA unique ring made of an emerald, cessful at Manila." with the center hollowed out for a squadron. ing flamed forth two inscriptions set .dm. Dewey's reply was as brief and finger to go through, was the token of .It was Ilr. Adm. Schley who divided in electric points, the ono recitinir the aracteristi as all of his other betrothal given recently by the mahar-nja- the honors with the central figure of famous mebsageof the president directleeches Im'u been. of Cooch liehar, India, to the the day. He received a demonstration ing Dewey, 10,000 miles away in the I wnnfc to thank you very much, ... i ., ii innhitrancc second 'only to that of Dewey. People far east, to git forth to destroy the iy jfloniis, sain ine, Me .l.f. ....( jor tins Canada requires only 237,000 tquaro along the Hue of march fairly rose Spanish fleet, and the other setting of your regard. It is true that at tulles to be as large as the whole continent of Europe. It is nearly SO times him shouting their already lacerated out the famous admiral's direction to s long aa live, and I hopo to live a ing tlmci (cheers) I intend to live in a? large as Great Uritaiti and Ireland, throats to the breaking point. "Hurrah tho lamented Gridlcy, "You may flro I thauk you again for und is 5 000 square' miles larger than for the hero of Santiago!" "There is when you aro ready, Gridley," which Washington. tiio United States including Alaska. the uiau that smashed Ccrvcra's fleet!" marked au epoch iu the history of the uls expression. j , , hand-sewe- d Englijh-speakin- jj Anti-Imperial- oiic-thir-d Mc-Kinl- tt freedom of the city, thin great, magnificent reception. I cau not say what I want, but speaking for myself nnd the gallant squadron I had the honor to command at Manilla, I tlmnkyou from the bottom of my heart." Ho almost hugged Ur. Adm. behley ftml hc lUci1 CiP Coghlan on the back. As Dewey greeted Sehlev. the crowd sent up cheer after cheer for "Dewey and New Yoiik, Oct. 3. The functions and the receptions that have figured bo prominently in the dally life of Adm. Dewey since his arrival olT Sandy Hook last Tuesday morning have proven almost too much for his strength. The admiral lias been under such a perpetual physical nnd nervous strain that he is now almost exhausted. Adm. Dewey roso early Sunday morning, however, sending for a cup of tea at 0 o'clock. Shortly after, he ordered a light breakfast, which was sent to his apartments, and which he When the admiral hnd finate alone. ished his breakfast, hc sent for his private physician, Dr. Percy, who was closeted with him for a few minutes. Adm. Dewey later called on the members of his family and his relatives and chatted with them for fully one hour. ! private car for luncheon, which Adm. Dewey, his is served for six tdeorgc, his brother and wife.Capt nberton and Lieut, ltrumby. t was said bv the railroad otllelalh at', trainmen that tho ovation during run from New York to Washing- was the most remarkable demolition that has ever taken place town turned lg the line, its full population, , and every , i i ijl.iau tiiu cruasri'mi rti'iuuiiii-iii-. ivu t failed inside out to see tho flying spe-K- Manila, Oct. a Agulnaldo's third I the populace, ami tho warn' attempt to shift his dilllcultlcs into ting of tho head of the nation, the field of diplomacy Is a repetition wcy came to the national capital t of tho other ono or two with tin imelcomu such as has not been known possible endeavor to obtain some sort i hitherto. governof recognition of his Imost immediately after coluo ment. The Filipino envoys had an ird the train the admiral retired tc hour's conference with Gen. Otis Sunday morning. They brought from Agulnaldo a message that lib desired peace and wished to send a civilian governmental commission to discuss the question. Gen. Otis replied that it was impossible for hltn to recognize Agninaldo's government in any way. They presented a letter from Agulnaldo as "President of the republic," which was largely a repetition of his recent appeals for recognition. Gen. Olis informed them that while he win willing to correspond with Aguilinidc as general of the insurgent forces, he must positively decline to recognize him as president of the civil government. Wamiimuon, Oct.. A dispatch from Gen. (.His was received at the wnr department Monday morning, giving an account of his meeting with the lnur gent envoys. Gen. Otis said that the interview with Agulnaldo's representatives indicated that the leaders were maneuvering with a view jo securing recognition of the insurgent government. All such overtures were rejected and tho envoys were Informed that the only thing the United States would reeogonize was a while lie flag, and tin grounding of arms. also informed the envoys that such capitulation on the part of the Insurgents should come quickly In order to avoid the consequences of active war as the United States did not Intend to The permit any delay In the matter. course of Gen. Otis Is approved at the war department. Secretary Hoot fpok the dlspntch from Gen. Otis over to the white houie for the president's consideration. SOLDIERS Tin. Hood's tells of the birth of An erA of good heAlth. It is the one reltAble specific for the aire of All blood, stontAch And liver troubles. Tells no 3weeltr story to hum.xntfa thAn the Announcement tfiAt the he.iH'h AndhcAlth-bringtr. A Gentle Wind of Western Birth" giver (JicccCS SaMafrwiiffa vyvhboh f i rmvaivT rflab. v GOLF AS A TEMPER TEST. A Liu-Me- Mow Hit)' I'Iiijit lliMiuunlralea II I Control (liir'a .Self. A golf itcry which nhotild certainly b added tu the already excellent number to an adiaiuace which i.uiiiwt he claimed all of them, that of beins aUolutily authenwho was KfliiMftthiil ' i tic. An tyro mI Rolf, thoiuli ,f KfiMt dwlinellpn at of other foriii f sllilelu-n- htnl a jmM-timith which mutt He wa nls)iin! ini a man hwa opinion lie i hied, mid hecoHlently In hnl.. lied it. milled it. Idled it iMo a ttee, plaied a rlnerleek troK inte bunker, and made extraordinary atratcht lonit puiti IH Hhich the ball hopped pehjaliy airoM the hole into the IttHft grM which sl.irtctl the erern. At tint the plajer' demeanor wm weet. he necmed potitively to rl)y lit stiiiket; then he lew mad: then heprcur carelem, though hi caddie aplMN-ntlih earek'Mk'M wa only aMuwjl. as lie was prelum hornbl). The wort of rfolf iir is that urn ran never deeeive either caddie ur your hall At hut. at the seventh hole, lie urew m underfill!) calw, and man-lieoil to the next loeiu ground, reiHAlkini: to hi tremhlmi; caddie that he WiHild nut trouble to hole out. After an ca) preliminary wik or twu he topped hi lull, whit h rd to the nht. trickled away alwut '.M Then the man took all (in club and broke them niie by one aeroo hi knee, reuiirkiiu ipuetly to hit opponent that "it u better to break vour infernal !ul than toloe)ur infernal temper "- - l.otidou Telegraph. s inn-fortue. uhtth I lie came h ' "Jrl, put ir lud oml-tioiu- COMMERCIAL WIT. A l'nrcel of luns 'I hal Were XVorUe Off All lllaht Hut Tber llliln'l Take. r RELEASED. I rillplnnt cti "f thr I'rliunrri-- K. t rM .Murtlrml tulltr t' iirlti tintrl- l'rilliel was-brigh- dri-vcr- , ivasnn-ltinpli'liiK- Manila, Oct. 1. The 11 American prisoners, who have been held by the Insurgents, reached Angeles aturday. Gen. Alejandrlno neeompnnyltig them. Gen. Olis and lien. Schwan left for Angeles Saturday morning to receive tho prisoners and possibly to confer with Alejandrlno and other insurgent leaders. It la reported from Hollo that tho geTf7 Tngals"mTve.ir'reTtTW'VTrhiira eral. charging hint with being a traitor. Tribal discord, it is added, is growing. Many of tho rebel soldier have revolt-ed, many Huropeau prisoners escaping 1 'tifr rtnir jaek with the naal Wonin. "What wji that'" "l am here, gentlemen, he uw, a tnt reult of moment ofa alwtratttan. The pun fell with dull, wekehln thud. came to lht the man who tmled the front again rh? 1 here "lke the iHcemiiary.there beraioe U one m ma lie wa inula my. habit A making hght of tfciBiC." The bloomy man refuted U be Mlent. "Hut did on hearabo'Jt the forger? "No. Why?" "He n there on areoial ef niwple de-lr-to make a name for himself The man with the Mie meditated. "That remind me of the bwrglar, Me carnally remarked. There was a tkree-ml-- Four traveling men it on the aklenalk in front of the Windsor the other timut tellThe man who unvked ing ton bad nut finished a somnatntmlut tale "ItemlmW me of what the pitkckfl to hi fellow pnncr." commented the una luttt ' iid tie rave way ! llio "MM wKa U euriaxMy. Hkd Apt" In U Tfcc'war department has received the following: Manila, fccpt. 30. Adjutant O.noral, the meanwh.lw. Washjnotos-- . Oct. thrfwth nothing but taking "As he advantage of an oiemn( which ottered in a larar mercantile tahhbMur,', " The Motkumy man had departed, lea Yin t Paul Globe. void a Wide, AlMillu-r till IrrllllHl, thrca-sWe- long-draw- first-clas- h e Sir Thorn Upton uhime.f authority for a at or? that relates t hi experience tho waShami'xk when in Washington: Commuaientioa dated ter. UWnmn l)iaquar-teH- Southampton a oi baifewen ISth lust., from Gen. Uareia, command- rowing their clumsy rrafi in perilon proxhc Iu the ing all insurgent troops in wutern imitybleaxanil) yacht's deiirate tide Keepcalled : away "Hi, my Mindanao, expresses desire to tars mil, trill fauV Oae men! bamemen bit. o the row me and eyed the cup clialienier country over to United State and sur- crated crilwally. "Wot do ye eall that 'ere Urn Otis. render inmirgent arms. yo're on!' be demanded. "Thia," replied Manila. Oct. 1. An escaped KpAsisb Sir Thomat. rourteuualjr, "ti the yacht Sham-rk.- " -Hill." Biffed the l.arjree, turning prisoner; who has catered the Amerto hi neighbor on the next thwart, " 'eralli ican tines sdys that Gen. Mascardo, 'er the Shamrock. Another bloomia' with soo insnrgKBs, befan a retreat to lrciand." N. Y. Commercial out of Porae yesterday as toon as the place was attacktd. He moved to Cal-- u Snuu- - Oilier I'Ihu .eeenry, in pit, a mountain stronghold to the "The truiti," exclaimed the excited who, so to Mk. wat at the era-tor- n westward where 1.500 other insural bat, "must be. fnien out!" gents were massed and where also the The trutt microbe in the audience (lapped the tiphoid feier microbe on the back and rebels have powder works. denaivrly Four prisoners from the captured Ifiuzhed un't "lie with the latent ditcovcric In gunboat Urdancta were in aeience," it id. "He doevn't know that we American Porac and were taken to Calr.mplt by can tand a temp, ratine of 312 degree below zcrel" Chicacu Tribune. the retreating enemy. The five other men of the erew were hilled. .Nnl Unatnl. "Jolinnv.did mu t.ike i.nir i nigli medicine sfAGFliEUrUP. ii.u), ,n I i .1 i.u'" repuljr.y u "N'.'m 'I iirn Itu.lU 'Led it. an' he vjjj Munei A Hut C'iiiiImIiiIiic i nrlii or (lolil riiiiuit- an app.e t r i Ovrrluukril yy thci ltiililrr Mll The m.in u ., i riru' hi femwr gnvernj l nro ( iitnui-liril- . hit ami r. .i. i ( li.ugu L'.u y Neil bin-ftuti. - rrlijrrn home-coini- ng ' Dknve.h Col., Oct. 3. A special from Ouray, Col., says: Two masked men 'stopped the SneiTel stage one mile tint side of the Camp lhrd mills and eignt miles from Ouray Monday afternoon. They were after tho dally shipment ol gold bullion from Camp lhrd mine and unloaded the mail anil baggage loou tug for It. However, they overlooked the box containing 312.000 wortli ol gold, ami representing two days' pro tie malls wert duction of the mine. left untouched and the passenger were not molested. 1 rWp A bad j ly to-d- ay c Am-ric- an IlrltUh Simmer llrrrkril. St. Joiinh, N. F., Oct. 3. Tho ISntish steamer Prodoano, Cnpt. Scroggie. IS days from Baltimore to I.eith, with a general cargo, went ashore at Peteri river, St. Marys bay, during a dense fog and is r. total wreck. Tho ship struck iu an inlet called Wild Cove, inciuis turn incir ncaiis aside. breath means n bad liver. Ayer's Pills arc liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick headache. 25c. All drur.p.lsts. ut-s-i is your Drcaili bad? Then your lirown ur in Mant jour motiiUch nr le.iril a Lcautllul ii umrK T i ii mi lito e. m t striking the rocks bow-on- . Kightmou BUCKINGHAM'S DYE irtft nufc4 ttt, hh 4 n.. om n. h eon-so- n ) h icsw-tonl- al were injured. I'apt, Alliurt IWrkvr'i New .Klcnmrnt. Wahiiinoion, Oct. 3. Capt. Albert S. liarker has been assigned to command the Norfolk navy yard, relieving Adm. Farquhar, who takes command of the North Atlantic station. Capt, Darker will become a full rear admiral within a mouth. At present he Is on waiting orders. Capt. Darker commanded the battleship Oregon ou her memorable cruise from Now York to Manila iu answer to Dewey's appeal, and during tho Spanish war he was one of tho leading members of the United States war board. $3&$3.50 SHOES Worth TIIK 1.1111 W. L. DOUGLAS Inilnraed liy oirr l.ooii.noo meurera. ALLLEATHEflS. ALL STYLES INK to $0 compared t other makoi. rtlADE. wita of II mill II VI timet In th wnrM. Your dealer ihuuM keep ttirm -- If not. lll nul you itMtrtin riilnl .if nrlrj. Ul.ta klu a of lomliiT tlm uii.l wlilili. ilti or cap toil. Ciitiilogno II I'reo. .. W. U DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. UrocMon. Man. lnieiiaM. rlr TVe no V.,. ubtltut I W, L. I..l..' li.tlta. ttia4 rialifipri rcetniker nerv PITS leriiiiilvl-urrdr .Ooiitiirtiarurttrimarauitofllr.Klllin't erelte.torrr . No Hltor trial l.oitlean.ltroatl f AU.IH( l i T" 'it - ij THE SHIPWRECK. Fifteen Lives Were Lost by the Sink-lni- f of tho Steamship ScotBiuun. Itobhera Turned un III HelpUn 1'aiteagars and With Loaded Hunt anil 1U- felldfl Compelled Them to 1'nrt With the K.w Valuables Bared. - A GENERAL ATTACK. ! BOERS MASSIN Five Thousand of Them tfear I Natal, and About to Attac The lalargenta Aimmt ! AKfraiilva oa the American Lines Front Ian ta llaeoar Savaral FlgliU. 1 )nxn ! . jtfjt- - m i , THE COKING CENSUS Hi General Sehadule in lie Iiau94 Census onier for Kniimcrsv tlon of dirt stuck. STATE NEWS ITEMS. Montiikai, Sept, 30, Two hundred and fifty scantily clad, baggage bereft men, women and children wero on hoard of an Inter Colonial special which steamed into Honavcnturc depot Friday night. They comprised the greater number of those who tailed from LlvcrjHiol on September 14 on hoard tho, steamer Scotsman, hound for Montreal, which win wrecked on tho short's of tho S.rnlu of Hello Isle a of tho morning of the t nt aiU It was not only a talo of shipwreck that they had to tell, but one 1'ot of dfnth, suffering and pillage. l.' at least of the Scotsman's passengers perished; all nuffcred cruelly from cold and privation and almost the ortt horror of all tho men who were supposed to succor and assist those committed to ihoir c.iro In tho hour ol need, turned on tho helpless passengers and with loaded guns and rerol vers, 'compelled them to part with the few valuable saved. Oapt. Skrlmshlra rind his officer were exceptions. For tho honor of the Hrltlsh merchant marine 'the crime may not bo ascribed to tho men engaged In It, but to a gang of wharf picked up on the rats and hangers-on- , doeks at Liverpool to replace the usual orow of the Scotsman,, which joined tho Mia morn.' strike on the other side. All who perished were women. Thli Is accounted for by the fact that they wore oeeiipnnts of the first boat which loft the steamer after sho struck and which was swamped before it could got clear of the ship. Th Scotsman Milled from Liverpool on SepttHtibor It. Tho passage to tlio Strait of Hello Isle was a fair one, though the green crew in the stoke hole lusaeiietl tho speed of tho ship so that when sho reached Hello Isle she was nttotil a day bcuind her average. Kitlerliig .tho straits of Hello Isle oh Thursday uigtit a dense fog blanketed down on the vessel and made navigation u matter of greate.-iu-Hot at all time in the straits n undertaking. '1 lie speed of the lnp was redueod and she felt her way .11. All o'clock there was a shock underneath tho keel, followed by another snd another. Tho passenger were asleep in tholr lxu'ihs and nil were awa'.icned by the shocks. Oh deok the thick bank of fog shot out the sight of shore. Passenger ran hither and thither, but Capt. Skrlmshiro and his otllcials oatmed their feurs. A superficial examination of tho ship told tho captain she would ns n total wreck and thai sho mini bo abandoned. A port lifeboat was lowered, and in this wauy of tho women and children were plaa4. Hardly was it clc-.- r of tho ship when It oapslzd, throwing its oixni prints into tho water. Those in tills boat. Soiuo who perished were savedfor thoship liad llstett to port nHtl several women wero washed 'aok on to the deck. Olio voman clung to n rope for two hour before being rescued. Meanwhile, disgraceful scenes were being enneted on board. Hardly had tho vessel htrtiek before tho men from the Moke hole rushed Into tho cabins and slitting open valises mid bags with their ktuvcH toot: all tho valuables they could lay their hands on. Sovor.il of them tired shot guns and trlod to force men to leave theli It is said that some of the cabins. steerage passengers Joined tho firomcu s in looting tho baggage of the passengers. In more than one instance rings wero torn from lingers of fainting und dying women. .Slims. Ilowlaoii mill I'Klipthar l)elarhrd -half-pinpreoa-rioufirst-clas- Infantry regiment, MaJ. Price commanding, hai had a scries of encounter with tho in surgents about lmus alnco Saturday. The natives were led, It is supposed, by a formor mayor of Itnua and mada a general attack on tho American llnee from Imus to llacoor. A captain and corporal of the American forces were killed and eight men were wounded. A Filipino colonel is known to have been killed. MaJ. Price requested Kr. Adm. Wat-so- u t. to send two gunboats trt his The fighting began on Saturday, when Capt. Hrown took tho same battalion that distinguished Itself at Perez das Marinas and Lieut. Kliabcn-shucscouts against a largo force of insurgents on tho Perez das Marinas rf &d, and a general engagement folOoU Manila. a Tho 4th aup-por- s' lowed. The Americans lying in tho mud In the Hco Ileitis, kept up a llro'for an hour ainl.a half when reinforcements wero sent to them until seven companies were engaged. The Insurgents During the engagement three Americans wore wounded. Tho lighting Monday began with an attack by tho Insurgents on a party repairing the telegraph lines one member of which was Mounded. An expedition composed of an armored llatboat armed w Ith two with gunboats llcleiia.Petrel a lid Mlndoro escorting it, proceeded Sunday to Orenl for llio purpose of bombarding thai place, lauding '.'00 marine nud blue jackets and raising the wrecked gunboat I'rdancta. will approach to within 'J, 100 yards fromOreni and tho tlathoats will enter the river. Tho expedition will return Tuesday. The iusurgcnlSgttackcd Imus on the Hacoor road, Monday. Tho hist advice from there was that tho Americans hud 'driven olt tho enemy with five casualties. Tho insurgent loss was estimated to be larg. ' thrco-poiindc-rs Hun-boats THE NATIONAL llirrt- tin. - DEBT. llrerriMi liurln? llio Month of trplrmltrr u( nil, IOD,7T." Ill- trrmr itf t'nli on llnml, Wasiiinotox. Oct 3. Tho monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business Scptoui- lxr .10. WJ. the ptlldic debt less on-In the treasury amoimtrd to SI, lis. UOA.TH). -- it decroaso for tho month of; f for by a corresponding increase In tho jnsh on hand. Tho debt Is recapitulated at follows: interest bearing debt, Sl.OI5.0lS.3:iO. Debt on which interest has ceased slni'o maturity. Sl.Ul.VuS0. Debt bearing no interest, W.),87,- e t, I0O.T7JV. This deoroajt? la .noqoun tytl Total, S1.4l'01.30J. This amount, however, does, not JOlT.'Jrt.'.'.io:; in tiolei outstanding, which arc offset by nn equal amount of cash or. hand. Tho cash in the treasury is classlllcd a foltrc.-ihiiry silver, S4in.02A 1'.; bonds deposits in ifiitfori.il bank depositories disbursing S;S,t3-i.lll, olllcors' balance. Jfl,0!o,.,ll,0Ml. against which thero aro demand liabilities outstanding amounting to 5 7 'J 7. Al A, 4 Tit, which leaves n net cash bnlatico on hand of pnper, OOiaTH; 47S.07S. 145; 1 low y Cold, 8is i.. i To-tn- . Mlnrr llitrHl.-111., A. strike, which woultf alfcct ncariy J1.O0O coal miners. In pending in the Northern Illinois eoal Holds The driver in tho mines of this part of tho state liavo made n domuiul of the operators that they bo paid, a wage of S'J a day. Tho demand has been submitted in writing ami the operators have heiiii given until Tuesday to make tho concession. If they refuse to comply n strike will bo ordered bv the state mine otllcials litlrlkn. M'lii.snriKMi, Oct. 3. 1 W'AMil.yiTn.v, Sept. NO. Friday! naval orders detach Adm. fiowlsun from command of the South Atlantic ntatioti on October 3 and send him homo on waiting orders. Adm. Far o,uhar Is detached at once from com niand of tho Norfolk navy yard am Adm. Sampson's detachment from command of tho North Atlantic station it postponed from tho 13th to 14t.lt of October. Star "' Ktroiitlnn tlrauled Si'lilNOFlKl.t), Triple STitA.NOKtv Irim TrK'-l)r- . !1. ill, Sept. Tanner Friday granted a MO. Gov. Mtay of exo Tex.. Oct. aged 05 year?, Monday killed Paul Norman, the proprietor of a general store, and then went to n vacant house nearby and blew out his brains Soon after tho .shooting It wan discovered that Mrs McKlnney, wife of tho murderer, had been murdered, her dead body being found at her home. No cause or explanation of the tragedy is known. Onlj (Inn Public -- M. M. ftrcptlun. Mc-Klnl- was convicted at tho July term. lfe'J'J. of the Cook county crlmlnaV court, ol the murder of his wife, Theresa, and sentenced to hang October 13. The stay of execution was granted to No vonibcr 17, lMI'J, In order that tho cast tuny bo taken to tho supremo court on a writ of supersedeas. Hloyele Cu Irnnferrt'd to the Amerlt-iiCiiicaoo, Sept. 30. The bicycle plantt of (Jonuully A. JclTroy and of A. 0. Spalding have been transferred tohc American H cycle Co. The formur wai sold for $100,000 and tho latter foi SI5.0M subject to an incumbrance oi J 10,000. Kxploslmi In a Powder Mill. Santa Cm z, Cal., Sept.. 30. uitlon to Michael Emit Itolllugur. who Ciiicaoo, Oct. 3. Only one public reception will bo given President while, tho latter is in Chicago The origto attend tho fall festival. inal intention was to hold two receptions one under the auspices of tho Grand Army of tho Republic, and another under the auspices of tho festival committee. Tlirro I'oopla SufToestnl lljr (Ini. Ciiicaoo, Oct. !L Three people wero sulTcocated by gas in their apartments at 4703 State street. , Their bodies wero found Monday night by tho police and from tho condition of tho bodies it is believed that death was ;aused some time Sunday. WtmcKBTKJt, orerstar Spy Miiil. Mass, Oct. a. The WorCorning mill cester Spy, the oldest newspaper in afternoon a fuso at tho powder works exploded, If llllng Jos. Massachusetts, was sold Monday by Stelncr and E. Larson. The building Win. S. Walker, of Chicago, to Charles Nutt, of New Rochellc, N, V." sins blown to pieces Fridaj Washington, Sept. 20. Very Roon a general schedule for the enumeration of 3999349?39?.&S-39&?942'334r- , live stock will he put forth, in u tenta from All Points In ha Transvaal, Kal tive form, by Statistician Powera.of the A FIENDISH DEED. and Capa Colony Cotnai Itaporta of i census otllce, for discussion nnd, if PATCHEN'S RECORD BROKEN. ContlnuaU Military Activity necessary, correction. It will be some Little Ilrown Oaldlna;, Humps, I'aead a Aa Acad. Woman Shot While Heading the Jnnbartat Lain j Nak. thing like the following: IllbU Tha Motive Frobablf Mlla In 2I03 tn a Wajfon, at tha ANIMALS ON HAND JUNK 1. 1900. Was Ilobbary. Capk Towx, Oct. 2. Tho Cape Kt fair Oround., I.oalivllla, Kr. Alio. Number. Value. tin. fnllntvtnrr illanatcll If LouisviLiK, Ky.. Sept. 29.' Amid tho Richmond, Ky., Oct. L News of a Charlcstowp; "Commandant Ocn. jh Cslves Under enthusiastic plaudits of a big crowd at dastardly crime at Miller's Creek Estoj Steers lirrt will rommnnil tho Iloer fof Steers Out i .. the fair grounds Wednesday afternoon till county, has reached here. Mrs Lalnga Nek. Thin is regarded aijtio Hulls , v .... anil over .. Heifers. toil the little brown gelding. Humps own- Mary Ann Land, aged 70, was seated Transvaal's ronlv to the movement Cows kept lor ed by W. K. It llings, of Chicago, train- on the porch of her home, reading her milk Ucr i Is coaiu tho Hrltlsh troops There Cows and hell- ed by C It. Hcntlcy and driven by W. lllblc. Hearing a noise at the barn,, tf.i ers not kept orablc uneasiness hore." 4 L. Snow, broke tho world's wagon some distance from the house, sho for milk ... Ok'i Iju.viikk. Natal. Oct. 2. Five Colt UnJcr I..., pacing record of 2:04Ji" held by Joe looked up and saw a man approach- - ' Hcrses ...... ItnnrR nr nnw ennnrn trated In Scl tu'.' .. .Over Z Horses Pachen. The mile was paced In 2:03J, ing with a gun. Being alone, she proximity to the frontier, and it L'mli-Mule colts .., a second and a half better than tho 'got up to go into tho house, l to J Mules ported that they aro about to Mules Oirr J. .. record. The little gelding, moving when the intruder fired at her, the Dundee. The most complete prec"? Asses burros ll aces.., 'Under ... I.ntnhs like a piece of clock work, did not fal- ball passing through her chest. Inm i Sin p (ewcsl 'Oier I 'tions have been taken. ter during tho journey from wiro to flicting a probably fatal wound. When Mihep (liucki Charlcstown isdescrtcd. All the anil WfetlieiKi Over ... wire, and reeled off" the quarters with found a few minutes later she and children havo left and not oe hwinn . vil aRes the low swing stride of tho trained was unconscious .All nues Ilcr assailant has ioits A locon; 10 men aro now there. than l.hima-- t .All lines campaigner. He finished tho mile in not been discovered. It is supposed ho tlve Is ready to bring away the rd' . the best time ever made to a wagon. ANIMALS HV was after 8300 which Mrs Land is way stair. f AND TIIK NUMUKItOF KACH , The first quarter was pace'd in SO known to have had about the house. Nkwcahti.!. Natal. October !J. IJW l'KH KAH.M Thirty seconds more Excitement is hlgh over the fiendish seconds Hat. are at haudsorlt ' thnusnml lUn-rKlll'l Niimlier Kind. INumbur took him to the half in otio minute. deed and threats of lynching her asVolksrust, just beyond the Natal ilor-Slienp .. Still moving with that steam engine sailant, if caught, are freely made. Swlno The Natal police ure being cajrd Mules Cuttle. like regularity Humps went to the IonJ, liiiats in from outlying stations, and the THE LEXINGTON TROTS. polo in 31 seconds more, troops and carbineers tire niobillzijBt' Total rectlptti from sales of live stock in 1MW having traveled all but the final quar S80,OO0 Will He GivStake and J Murket nlu on of nil animals, fir the defense of Newcastle. ter of his mile in 1:3L The granu In en Away Punei tlir farm In 1&J9..J sniiKiter-'J. The Chief Event Will Ha From all lolntsln .London, Oct. stand, wildly excited, rose to its feet- TTumbtT ol tho Traniylvania. Stake. the Transvaal, Natol and Cape Colcit Totnl Total slioin fall Would the little pacer hold out In his Value. unit Spring ivx.0 Weight come reports of continued militarjguV wonderful burst of speed? The quesLexixotox, Ky Oct 2. 530,000 in tivity on the frontiers; and, wliUeJju' Von No.. .. tion was soon answered, for in the3'J stakes and purses will be given away movement of individual conimninl6li Huhnlr No seconds more Humps had paced unmeeting of the Lexingyet do not show concerted plans It is hi the" aboe the term "homes" is in- der the wire In 2:03f for the mile, at the ton trots which commences Tuesday. evident that tho narrow, wcdgc-lW- c tended to iui'lude ponies. of a new world's record. The chief event will bo tho 510.000 The count will be made of Juno 1, the holder strip of Natal, whoso apex is crotvnsl Trainer Hcntlcy was beside himself Transylvania. Peter the Great, Lord with the ominous name df Mnju'p tUOO, In outer to permit harmonious excitement and pleasure as the Vincent and other good ones will Hill, will be the center of the coi.jlifi .ompiirihons 'with the count of live with crowd Hocked out on tho track to start. stork in 1S00, which is recorded ns of storm. shake his hand and pat the little horso June 1. The richest stake of the meeting Latc Saturday the Hocrs cstablish-All Unit Ik Indicated in the above tnble on the back. The track was fast, but a will botheSlC.000 Kentucky futurity." a camp at Schcepcrs Nek, near 5iid nil that the law requires may bess-- , light wind was blowing. Hut for this' Twelve carloads of the greatest camand they will inobillio a gri-tiiired if oery related intercut, begin- the mark set j Humps would have paigners in the country arrived Sunforce on tho Hutfalo river Mondry, ning now, will work to that end. Dbeen still lower. day, over 200 in number, wortlt in tho sshichthu authorities at Dundee ex- irector has suggested that the Humps Is a brown gelding by Baron aggregate 'nearly 51,000,000, and probpect will move 'across tho border jio best wnv to do tins Is fo nil concerned Wilkes out of Queen Ethel, she by ably as rich a train of horse tlcsh as that point, probably at once. It is lo open and Keep such nooks or ac- Strathmorc. Ills record to a sulky Is was ever made up, and prominent, peolicved that a conflict at this point v ill counts as will enable them, on the nr- 2:04 ple from the oast and north have arcertainly occur early in the week. rlwil of the census enumerator, to an- LouisviM-K- , Ky., Sept. CO. There rived. . swer'iiis riuestions (practically nsnhovc the same time the Hocrs are At mill accur- were three regular races on the card at a force of 2,003 men, under 1f" Indicated) promptly, fully KENTUCKY DISTILLERS. the fair grounds Thursday. One of notorious Commandant Croiije. miln ately. them, tho 2:14 trot, fllied so well t,hat Those Outsldn the Kentucky Distilleries Mhlmanl gold Holds, near Mafekttig. ALMONDS AND C0C0ANUTS. it was split Into two races. The first nnd Vturrhouie Co , Met t I.nuU. statioiUd. where Col. Haden Powell is and most important event of the day vlllo and Elected OlUcert. Dispatches from Tuli, Hhodesia, n- CHllfornln'o l,n rm- Production T ne was the Klataw stakes' for tiouut'ed that another force of riorlilu'a of former nnd pacers and was won In straight heats LouisviiXK, Ky., Sept. 20. The Keners is masked at Pietersburg, 60 nlu the 1. niter. by tho favorite, llilcy 11. Favorites tucky Distillers' association, which ia south, and that outlying parties ;(re were successful in the other two events composed of the distillers of Kentucky jKsted at all the drifts along the Tlirn- - nre. roillMiJv hHCaklllg, Sl.OOO.r also in straight hcuts An extra at- who aro not members of the Kentucky river. 000 ootiiidb of alinonds eonstiiiied In the Co.. met of purely Distilleries and ..nlAII traction In tho meantime Col. Plutnmcr' epV .United States ciieu year, " the gentlemen's roadlocal interest here Wcducjday. Warehouse distillers raco for a About 40 sA.iluaUlnSwine.Usea in the uiiiii Is movl ng J.OjtZUailui. This arc present. They' represent 00 per grounrt nr sliver" cup" valued at SVA 'ntcfnf?r?rimr.sTi'oiiie "Trntisvaitl cream and flnvoring fxtrncts.iiiid some, was won In straight heats by cent, of the plantr. in the state. ed telephone eoninetlons to within six for permare, driven The first business was election of ofmiles of 'Rhodesia drift, on the Lim- of nn inferior quality, state of Califor- Joan Itigelow, black by Frank P. Kenny, secretary of the ficers, John 15. Thompson, of Harrodi-burfumery mill soup. The popo. was nia produces about H.uoo.OOO pounds of Louisville Driving and Fair associapresident, I. W. Ihlthuslastic scenes at all the s of the iiliuoiuls in n ear. or in stations have marked the advan-- e amount required f''r domestic con- tion. There wero six startersthe the Ilernhcim, Louisville, vice president. last T. M. Gilmore, Louisville, first heat but onlv three in of the Natal volunteers sumption, nnd i he other almonds are one. the others having been drawn. secretary; Graham MeGowan, treasMafeking Dispatches from imported from Kiiropciin countries, Croiije. commander from which, until a few years ago, nil Anaconda, the California pacing won- urer. The executive committee is comder, with a mark of 2:03)4, made an ex- posed of ,E. M. Habbitt, John F. Pogue, the almonds were sent. The figures oi of tho Transvaal border police, and visited Chief Hnralo.ga, iiliuopd importations for the fiscal hibition mile in 2:0014', going the final Max Scllinger and II. Monarch. the bort-'o20 seconds, the fastest quarapparently with the object of lncitns jear l0s show importations of nbout quarter in U to I'ny A Kiln. ter ever made by a harness horso ou Tho Hntish civil com- 7,000,uiM) pounds. Of this amount him to light. Lkxinoto.v, Ky., Oct. 2. Tho suit of finite from Spain. 1,500,000 from the Louisville course. missioner ordered the chief to star , the commonwealth of Kentucky for nnd the balance chlluron, Jtuly, ehielly and protect tho women and Vaunt; W inn in lliirned to Drnth. Fayette county against D. A. Sayre fc from (ireece end Portugal. telling him that he would not be ab'.n L.OLMSVIM.K, Ky., Oct. 2. Mrs. Nan- Co., to recover taxes for the capital to the alue of about ?r.00,. Coeounuts to light. 000 n year are import ed into the United nie Morrison, 23 years of a,je. was stock of 530,000 for the year liOO, was Oct. 2. Tho eoic- - States from foreign countries or from burned to dcath--at her home near this tried in the county court and decided .Ioiia.vni:miui:, inatideriug orders are completed and countries which were under foreign city on the Preston street road Sun- in favor of tho p'.aiutiff. The bank tho burghers aro ready for the flcM. A jurisdiction nt the time of the last an- day, was standing at a grate, claimed that the taxes had been paid, largo body passed through the towa nual treasury report. Iefore the begin- when her apron strings caught fire but could not produci"! the receipt. ning of the Cuban war for indepen- and she was soon enveloped in flames Saturday afternoon. A I'ariluu ItefiKed. HttslnohS has virtually ceased. Ti o dence the importation' of coconuutt Ilcr husband, In tearing off her FiiANKroitT, Ky., Oct. 2 In refusing merchants have finished barrao.ia.ng from Culm Into the United States was clothing, was severely burned about u year. Osborne, of Harlan premises and the proprietors of tin? to the Milne of ubout SHOU.OOO the hands and face. Mrs Morrison to restore Nathan drinking saloons expect to receive a With the beginning of the war it tho lived about three hours after the acci- county, to citizenship Gov. Hradley and under the preiiciit tariff said: "It is baid that the applicant notification to close their ostabhsu-incutdiitj on ccicimnuts further reduced the dent. was convicted of false swearing, but is iinportation from Cuba, though large Cil .'Mine Caves In. I am also now a fairly good citizen. A party of COO Germans lias been , increase in the shipment" of cocoanuti London-- Ky., Oct. 1. A portion' of assured that he is a republican, and its leave and the Irish corps is epected this tiotilled to under American the Manchester Coal Co.'s mine at I pardon him it will be another vote commanded by Hlake, an Irish Amen in Culm and Porto Uieo. caved in Thursday, resulting for the republican party. I'efused." can, will go early In the week. The fonipetition of Aiuericnu with for- in a complete shut down. Just before Three trains tilled with armed eign coeoiinuts, the latter from the ARaln III heiiturky. this happened Henry Ponder, a miner, burghers for tho Natal border were West Indies and South American Lexington, Ky., Sept. 30. The noted upon Sunday evening reported as unable tJ stales, has been more aetle in the was ordered in. He objected, but raco horse. Sir Walter, owned by Mr. leave Hr.ialfontciti, owing to a blue ca-- e of iilmouds for the reason that the being forced ho entered and was killed, II. K. Knapp, of New York, is again m on the line, which has disorganized chief source of supply of American being crushed to death. Kentucky, arriving Wednesday night in encoauuts is Florida, which is in closer tho whole train service." charge of Shipper Johnny Miller, and Clarence Wlllluiin .Stmt liauj-- . Two thousand passengers left Sa- proximity to the New York market. Ky., Oct. I. FitANKFoitT, The ThursJay he was sent out to lleaumout annual product of Florida cocoa-nutturday by tho morning and afternoon The amounts to about 7,(100,000 pounds, court of appeals Friday affirmed tho farm. trains and nearly a thousand more ly of the Millie of about $UCH,0OUn year, anc death sentence of Clarence Williams, a Iteady to Mirrender. outgoing trains Saturday night. the conditions ns to almonds and cocoa Hourbon county Negro, who killed Minni.Ksuoiio Ky., Sept. 28. Gen. The government undertakes to pro- nuts are in this particular reversed Josie Tillman, a Negro woman, withTurner, who shot Gen. Sowders last vide for the families of the burghcM California produces just twice us tnanj The governor will week, sent word to the police Tuesday out provocation. w ho go to tho front. almonds as are imported into tin Ux a day for the hanging of Williams that he was ready to surrender and United States, whereas Florida producei out- - ' Colli Snap In VIcouihi. ns many coeounuts at ure Minister Is a Candidate for the Legislature. stand trial for the shdotiug. The just look uow is that tho threatened feud Pi.Ai.NFiKi.D, Wis, Oct. 2. Thermom- imported. Host on Transcript. Sr.nor.NT, Ky., Sept. 20. W. J. May, out. eters early Sunday morning rcgistcrei a Haptist minister, of Pike county.and will again break . The Dlstlm-llon20 degrees above zero, which breal.i DlttlUery De.il On postmaster at Pinsonfork. has an"I noticed," remarked a friend of tin all previous records for September LouiBVlLLK, Ky., Sept. 29. A deal is nounced himself a caudidatc for the in your speech on corrupMurphy-Ilarbe- r weather. Tho ground was frozen emf orator, "that tion in politics you used the phrase legislature on the democratic ticket. on for tho transfer of the Such deep. Potatoes arc badly frozen 'pulling m.d hauling' several times, Pike county sent a Haptist as her last distillery plant in Hullltt counutul the loss will be extensive. ty to Grabfelder .t Co., of this city. Isn't that a repetition? Don't the two representative. words mean the same thing';" Women Will Vote In l.es nirtoii. llrarht Nominated for itepretentallve. Svvrral Mrrinrn Hurt. "Not necessarily," ropllul the orator. Wn.t.iAMsrowN. Ky., Oct. 2. The reLkxincto.v, Ky., Out. 2. There will Hi.oojiixoto.v, 111., Ost. C Th" 'They nr.ve similar lneuning.s, but they Illinois Cereitl Mills Co. was burned n ire not s nonyiintis. Generally speak-lug- , publicans of Grant county nominated boa nonpartisan ticket hero for memTho tho ground Sunday night, entailing a the stronger your pul. (he bigger Al ltracht, of Sherman, for representat- bers of the board of education. ive. He is a farmer and quite well to women will register aud vote for these fire your haul. Oct the ideaV"-Chicloss of nearly S'JOO.OOO. Several oflicers. io. men wero hurt. Tribune. suit (or l)mii4es. llryun't Ilatet In Kentucky. Cnpt. Carter Seiiteneril. The meek and mild pigeon Is certainPahis, Ky.. Oet. 1. Wm. Huklll, OwKNSHOito, Ky., Sept. 2S. National of the Wasiii.noto.v, Oct. l. Capt. Carter isiiy not like the accepted notion toutencod to five years' imprisonment bird of war, yet in reality thnt Is its Committeeman Woodson is in receipt sr., has sued the Agricultural bank for Mr. Huklll fell damages. 52,500 itlc. of a telegram from W.J. Hryan authorund to pay n fine of Sfl.OOO. This sci tence was approved by tho presltlci Yule was established, nearly 200 izing him to make appointments for through an opening In the pavement Since Saturday. Capt. Carter Is now- at Go ears ago," tlio president nns niwajs him to speak in Kentucky October 15, in front of tho now bank building and crno'r's island under arrest and th! oudiietid thcdcvotlouul exercises, but 17 and IS. He wil. be conducted over sustained serious injuries. Presideat lludley will not do so. the htate In a fast' special train, coversentence will beg u immediately. d hy Horse. Iladly lnj Tlio Italian statistician I.uigl Hodio ing every section. Xy Oct. I. Geo. Wii.i.lAiisiow, rsptlmll Victim. reports in the Giornale degll EconoClark, a salesman 01 tho firm of J. H. Day. tec'trutlon Mkhcatink, la., Oct. 1. Will F, mist! that the Italian railways carried Sanders A. Co., of Dry P.ldgo, sustained Louisvu.l.K, Ky., Sept. 30. RegistraMcG.atthey, a htudent In the Muscatiu In 1S97 nearly 12,500,000 foreign passen- high school and son of Sheriff Molgers. of whom 0,21i),S13 traveled first tion da.ys for the November election what io thought to be fatal Injuries Gaughey, dltd from Injuries sustained! class, 5,GG3,444 secoud and ouly 3S9,000 have been decided ou as October 3, i from the kick of a horso Friday afte: noon. aud 5. while playing football last Mondav. A third 1-- 4, J I I I . . it thor li'l f; 1 ,1 . at' wo-e- I ;? I - P r t -- i . . I , . ,1 sl 1 1 . uy a I ' I'tritli-IILoti- li FAMILY-NA.MK- s "-- It' M. a s - . I a ai three-quart- er Xli"L Ut SaVl J- l mi It-- I I ten-da- y -- Vrv-hel- t ;i u jn m u o ffl J m - - Lint-poj- " . m'j ra.l-wa- y si ut-c- g, . two-third- announce-tliatComm.if.dan- t m HI i:t :i t ero-s-- d r 1,500,-00- 0 Sh-ilj- s jt-n- r nt jurii-ilictioi- i 1 s one-ha- lf f, isl m;a - - izn; iiiSWirr& f : VWWT'WT ' 1K, flMMWMMl LOCAL NEYiS. j i'he (loniing Elect ioiu the States l (OMIIICSS A.M CUII. fcVHm&mar.&fftiMmmftn&mmm&mmmmmmm&i) m xr w r ' sur mr , xv vw w si "in- - Going to Build nights. Head the Counril proceedings In tunny of duy4 aro now shorter than the will be held The in Novetubi a This Spring? f Wo can fnrnitli you with everything needed to build with ut . . ... VERY LOWEST PRICES. to Kice iV Nay lor for in School Shoes Only four week" from next Tuesday until tho ideation. Sturgis, Ky., boasts of the only female hank cashier in the State. Find a way or uiuko one. Kviry thing is either pusher or pushed JctY"Go geuetal intercut is nulj bargains in the elections to be held ISobniHka, Marv land and tucky. ThouuhiH) on'yenr,!'j'io is 110 on year inertness iilByV 1 Rough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Nails, Builders Hard ware. Paints and Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster Let us figure with yon imlov.'s, Doors unit S.ish and Blinds, L P. &W7S. Ellison ltailioiKl Time TaMc N., 0. Train So S3 t 1 H &- girls 10 the square yard than any other town of its t,)?o in the State. Only three mora days to get your clock or w atch repaired "and guar anteed cheaper tlimi cut neurit ot at Hack's. M.iylleld took another ote on local option Saturday. The prohibition element won, as lias been the eu.se in every election held for twenty Ue years James L. Bragg, of Moscow, wits sentenced tor a three years term lit tlie penitentiary at t he circuit coiict at Unn-tofor shooting Henry Marshall :u.u knoN how to open a lottle o well and so often that wo can hardly belieiehe is not a Kuntuckiau. llk'kuum can l.ist of more pretty Dewey -- (. lie-for- e n Moscow la.st Alarch. - St. L. R. It. wiitmx W A large now supply of Carper Samples just received. ;sc.v. Patterns and very cheap Ou 11 and see them 11. Tfnlu No J, at in', j. m l m Train Sn ',1, Triilii No I, I ". il' Wash., account W. O. J. AMIIKllii One faro (phis .r2.00) to Seattle, Uouwn-turn- The Peace Conference, throughout nil the Nations entertained the expectation that the treat Pence Many aooil people 1MH. Apply to uuj Oct. SUih-7t- h, Mobile iV Ohio ticket agent. V&r The full delights of have been unknown to those who have not tried Oluiso A: Sanborn lam ous Boston Cotiee. Sold only by 11 Cotleo-druik-iu- T. U. , Ul'CIIAN Mrs. ' V of Nationn nssemhled by request of the O.ur of Hussin this year would bo a jjrent for ward step toward the cessation of wars between the countries. But strange to say that the Congress is scarcely adjourned .until war between Great Britain and the Httlo South African Republic is about to occur, nod none ot tho other great Nations seek to avert it. True, all these Nations, thpugh the their representatives in Congress pretended to 1'eaco deprecate- wars and to earnestly pray for Peace throughout the whole world, but now not a one uplifts a hand or utters a word for peace. Great Britain is a great big giant compared to the lilliputinn Boer Republic, and will soon crush all the life that may exist in the Boers for their ' native laud," but no one stands out for Peace. If Great Britain was confronted by a nation of equal power, would not tbero be hoiiio intervention for Peace 1 Congress - Haskell's Recital, 'Lbs Miser aides. Tho diilicult task ofadetpiate ly portraying tlila wonderful story was more than accomplished. Washington btar. Feb. 13, lh'i.i. The loss in the New Madrid lire f (Kit oil up f.70,000 and only uliout $7,000 insurance 24 business houses in ruins, among them H. C Judge's miIoou and Will King's jewelry store The two newspaper ollffs were destroyed, lint v ith commend.ible enterprise came out in proper time. Slgtis of fall are omiiiprcaont Leaves are falling, there is the beginning of that murky atmosphere near the days close which your senses tell you can come from the small bad boy's leaf bou tires; the days are warm as the last days of summer are. the nights are as cold its the llrst nights of fall are. The night air is shivery and impresses upon the late wayfarer the advisability of getting into" the old clothes chest and pulling out last years light overcoat and brushing it into service hibited, and in the font named catupaigniu lias rel;(el ... 1. . ....... 1... $ inu ivii nor- Htage. In Ohio, of course gteat linr est couture. It Is the home iifhv President and of Senator llniia, generally recogni.. il as the opublican manager durlni; t year's Presidential campaign'. he made by hinth partli-NHinational; State ins ties have f 5 abandoned. Then the money tlon Is also to the front, the f? Id standaid s. free silver, nndjw at Is termed "imperialism" are nlsp leading fut;.rs in the (initest. The "sinew, of rrntlr, iiniiII military authority Is, wat" are not lacking toeithef ar- It is wasteful and ineDieirnt. ty. Senator llauna has a (forcl and Mr. .McLomi has a miudi ed (s the 10th of I)i ceiiilier. IM'. Hi DounhiH', iNintor M l. rimn h one. It Is understood that ihe S r Vd Pi PliMiUiinl campaign, by both sides, iHl.be Sfiittliseven' cold which wh Kfiitlru atliiidisl is a conducted 011 wldn open"! 0ll fnm the lKgtuuiUK bv a vi but eniigh cies regardless of expense. I ilia lie siivs: ''After ltKortim: ti In Maryland Democrats li'i e a uiimlH'i' of si cnlhsl 'siMviKis,' iwii lh to pnrpcvM", good opportunity to reNtoriBiho k'pt in the boii4e. (MiituiiM'rlHin's I pin (Viugli Slate to thu Democratic coltinii. cliasid a Inittle ot I .lIlUCIIl lt llliulv Wllil.ll !llt.ft IIVm Republicans are engaged in h 'li- itifc--t ns'ouiiHeiid it to rhter light among themselves, nd public" For wile by (Jowgill ,t (w it grows fiercer every day. Vov. Cill, Illekinau, Ky.. slid A ,M Mmw , Lowndes and Senator Welliileon Mate him', Uriigglsts are at outs, and their follovers .Vm Your Tiinc! throughout tho State have in. en l')r the net 15 dnys will sell Bugti) the quarrel. Gov. Lownles attempted to "call tho Sen.tor gies at the following low prices f47 .'M) ..Vi 0l. ill down," but the Senator sliHed lillggies we sold for (WOO. at 67 M ' " " fight and. Would not yield. ' " fo 00, ut l."i (HI We haea tine two Ihiomi I,irv Buf for the Democrats! mr 1(H1 .00.. nlJi-- - .iO L'V. tlml rntuils for mony prevails, especially in - '. KeiiiemlM'r, everything h going up. ' aud a good ticket husjleen mid tlieso are Imrgnins tlmt Um) nominated. Taking advautag- of long, and you lmve a nice will not to Republican dissensions, tho J'in select from. s 00 nii1 up. all Also. Disc Harrows ocrats should carry Maryland J, UKKVIISiV (' only to Ohio Is tliV in- si.-Second X II This iloti will terest shown in the Nebraskii ou Courier tint twice i t'oun mjh ar in lht niuk' test. Presidont McKinley uiji his administration are conceded bo on trial in Ohio, and tho views ho advocates. espoj ally those relating to the comlndt' of a flairs in the Philippines after he Filipinos hae been subdued, ire also admitted to bo on trial it) ins homo Stale. Though only a Su premo Uourt Judge and two out -1 11 - - 1 1 e 11 vti-- a iinilii.il-expansio- n bir tho (toiislileriition of Ihe Cuban question alone (Wingless vrill iiupiI mole time than it unit tin able to take from equally pressing questions after the fitst Monday in December and before the act' ual beginning of the next contest for the Presidency. Tlie disortler In the Philippines is nltractini: moie attention just now, but con(litions in Cuba are not of less concern to the American people, It Is becoming more apparent every day that military rule In On- ha should bo brought to an end. The administration of General nriiiiKii in coiiiiiiiioiiM iiiiriuii 10 the v ti win. ivuim, The existing govcrninent of the island Is not far superior, as a matter of lact, to that wliioli was superseded AmpHoiui1 hiiiiVlH1'.0"!"'' uifiiH " factory both to the Cuban and American population. It Is auto 11 s w (($ (gj w C3 1 m& ummM umtim rr A r- - r-- -.- - nuMwm . ttUU bnan RrUMM H T KT F t We dEk wmsm m p sfy $ k Is :i SHOE, DEPARTMENT spciial line apart fnmi all olhers. ing ($ w jj cn Shoes limn tlie clienpoht to tlie highest of prices, Inrge and varied line of guarantee. ft 3! Q w H3 full value for every l)olluro apoui. A j$) w rBKP'' flttin11. Wmlt 11 EL J LMUI.SLw J Co m nrn mm 9) S E fj W Al)OUt 2,) (llllOI'CMU Vr soiling a( y"3.()() and of 1.00 Shoes are selling a( whole- sale. V SV-j- ii KMKISOl nllOCS, Q upward. A Ime . . J m m V, T 11 &&(5&mmmmmm . vi--- 11 cluN-rfull- - j. ' t A 'W ?" 4- -. f J, j '. .J V V 'r i J A i5 V "T . t li 1 UlJl'Iu MY NVITATION )' ! 1 r 'I j"or-tunatel- y J Julti-mor- : ' . - M.W ? ') f1 Mm K - s J i 1 i f n W and Winter &oads IS Aintl VINO I) MIA. A llr.riii OUR MEN'S sin we will take ili'iiMife in showing mhi lite i i 1 i Finest and Best Slock of Goods j&EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN I Sc Supply your wants the campaign, in which Mr. Btyan is 011 versity regents are to h (lr-rtd- , with IRH;ICS m RKASONAUM-- : m ran be tonad in any timrket. We arc busy iwninx mid marking )imh1m ihut wo Kfisl line notice in this cuiniot give each jelsd to hsvc mmi iw"ic, but will w ! at Hickman's est Store. ISiMMVii Greatg taking nn active part, is made national issues, as in Ohio, October u t I Everything-goin- IVi'ntlicr-forfc- s Trlfrf - V r at cost. Speaking. unti-CJoeb- . ,!.rri.r. u uiiniri- n..-..- .. iiuiviiii inun l.umpiled a chart of thu weather of 1 Goods t It Call and IN See Ihe Splendid V Bargains W l- K ",0"t,, .Tl, lun ,,r temperature (luring the Ja f'A7).7.MI7;.l;. resents about thirty legal voters pres- normal With a people as with an indi- ent, and about the sumo number of years was fiS degrees: the warm unsir.n y. vidual il is instructive, if not fla- ladies. He reports his speech as the est month was that of 1897 with li." de ttering, to soo themselves through usual diatribe against Goebul, nothing an average temperature of grees and the coolest was that of ('Ol.LMlS. the eyes of strangers. Lord Rose-berr- against the Republicans, and altogether ,s- - wl n, VtjrjiB) llimil,rl,liro i rrrs, the sjiccch impressed him as trne hypix OUK AMKKICA. DUKKS. . Rev J. A. Boatman, nn Drc ncher. spoke at Oitv Hull, night. A reporter to tho tJouner October for the past 'JS years,! which will stand as a fair point of Furnishing "8 Slock T. TutediivJ''Smenl rcp.Bb, l ,0 l,,e weather prob t,,i8 sn . M' kik lllXliKlMrilir.I-X- , i i ' i i:CH DKI'AKIMIA tsuriaa V-1- -51 AJi33L!FjC3. A- , - v--t- ,r- former Prune Minister of Dr. II II. Wilson, one of the oldest The average ruin fall was 2:7-- 11 ItMsllINu and best known' citizens of Fulton inches, The greatest monthly ((Mills couuly, died at his homo .1 miles South precipitation was in KS8.'t with an Dii'MiTMrsr of Hickman, Saturday night Inst average of 8.0." inches, CASH once between our own and the Many years a'o he was an nitive, pruc- - precipitation was ii i.S'.H. the least with onAmerican railway system which ticing physician, but for some years had ly (koTi inches of tain fuh The will str ku every traveler. In the given his exeliisiye attention to farm average number of clear dais w is United States they do not like mg He had an extensive kinship in 12; cloudy IS, and partly ludy, known nristootats but they do not nil nd this section, and wasf widely('"nstian 11. 1' 'I"' "s " plutocrats. But there is mi mU Church at Hickman, aud one of the H ... in the it. .i(,i ci.i,,, Acchlenls Ciisllj Wiihlcil. of ,, t.him.,I ltt ,hN ,,,,, aristocracy SO exalted that our. Tlll. ,n.,.pest sympathy is eMended tho proudest members here can haul family and relatms in their bcrc.m Did Mm heat of the man I menu the ment Iy compare with them who was too economical to lake Tin deceased was H" years and eight railway presidents ol lh United mouths old He was born 111 Monroe his home paper but sent his little A railway president is a county, this Ktate, aud moved to Fulton States. boy to borrow the copy taken by little more than the equivalent ot I'onut in ls51 England, who has had full advantages as well as abundant incen tivo to study the people of the United States and their institii tions, said the other ila, addtess ing a meotlng of railway emplows at Carlisle: "There is one differ ncy instead or "true democracy, of O.'l degree. The highest tem in that he was pretending to be for Brow n peraturo recorded dining any one month of the 26 years was 1)1 on but really for Taylor. tho loth, 1S!)7; the lowest temperII. iSTHiTsoii. IcimI. ature was 'M degrees on the 31st, Ir. 1SD7. "SP A'WA'ir.MA' aLorix. J4 - K-- i-A W-Yv-W-V- -K- JnsiliocoiVBi!! DR. W. M. BRiaHT, mm 8 SHOE STORE. terfl r'y'ji 5 PHYSICIAN. SK OflSot' Eft J'- - o?w WilannV Honk Htorr, (loU'diHW Hullding. zsy Man.' n::s :ah, :.- s-- s" kjbntuck- - ,..... i ,,,,. '"' U. F. REMLEY, vi huw eer sf jll-- k."3- -' t Ii i - u'jr-- '"r,- y ' Attorney-at-Law- . ty Build Oftico upstairs. Ilolcombo tng. .Cljr t IVi il .1 UK i iKMurt nn English Duke. They wield a power which appears to an ob- could aspire, and they exercise a control which, so far as I know, is unpntnlleled In this country ' There aro our trns' ma'natcH The picture d awn by one of the foremost minds of the time. b a statesman who has been charac terized us "possessing the genius of common sense," is ol u speolfio trust plutocrat, but It will as a portraiture of all ol them in bo far us their practices powers and tendencies are held ut Tor ob Hervntion hihI recognition. "" server almost despotic. They travel in a style aud in private chariots to which tin English Duke NEWFICKLES JUST RECEIVED! Mixed faweet Pickles in Bairels, Mlxi Sweet IVklrs in Bottles, Sour Pickles 111 Bottles, bonr Cneumber I'lcklcs in Bands, Sour I'ucumber Pickles in Bottlo, a neighbor f In his liaslc the boy run over a two dollar stand of i bees and in two seconds looked like a watety summer squash Mis cries reached the lathet, who ran to the rescue, anil hilling lo notice a barbed wre lence, run into hat, on nt of HIOKMAH, KSHfUOKT. t'om-to- l ..JKOXBBUS.. in Win II' 'I VHI pmcticejii all the Stat I.iiiiu. 1 iiiijin Imixli, ,iIhi largo Nupply of Wir' ltooiti Suits. MuttnH, irtiign. Cli iiw, etui W . ill gladly show yon ilirmigli our stock. i and Iniltatinn Ma- - Dk. S. K. DAVIDSON ICKSTUOin boi;' p,lkiJl,',1 ' 1 salad Uressmg. Piuklo Pejipor Hash, Manila Kolisli, SySSauco,'r MV' ( "I wish to express my thanks to the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for having put on tho market such a won- dcrful medicine," says W. W. Massin-gill, of liuaumont, Texas There are many thousands oi mothers whose clnlilreu have bcon saved from attacks of dysentry and cholera infantum who must also feel thankful. It is for sale by Cowgill and Cowgill, Hickman, Ky.. aud A. M. Shaw, Stat6 Line. Drug- - ' Worcester Sauce, Mustard and Horse Radish, Fresh Mustard, Also, New Maple Syrun, Clover Honey, Apple Butter, Preserves, and Jams of all Kiuds. Ohickon Tamale, Boneless Pigs Feet, Dried Fruits, Boiled Oats, iVc. KlhtH- - IL. P. 0lH, I &W.S. ELLISON, Montgoiiiery Street Fair. 18!)!). Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 8, Ouo faro from all ticket stations ou the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. Tickets sold Oct 21st to 28th inclusive, limited Soj rotcru to Oct, BOth, 18U, a!i-2- Far lo (;i,.iitiali ami Kcturii. Supreme Lodge K. uf P.1 Account National Convention Chri- Washington, I). C , Oct. Churches. Tickets on sale fioin tian One and one thud faro on Mm wertlll- all coupon stations of the M. ic O. H. of R.i Oct. 12th, 14th, 10th and 17th, lim- - cute plan from all coupon star4 ited or rcturu nmw to Oct, 21, 1S0U, D.o yiobilo (5c Ohio H, H, N hanilttilf of fish hail out his anatomy ami i inning a four dollar pair of pants. The old cow look advantage of tho gup in the fence, got out and ale fotty cculs worth of alfalfa and died of bloat. Hear ing the racket the wife ran out, upset a four gallon chut n full ol cream into a basket ol kitte- sand drowmdthe whole uichm In the hurry, she diopped nod litoke a seen dollai set of false leeth. Tho bab), being left alone, crawl-ethrough ihe Hood of cream In to the pailor, ruining (helium) new carpel. Dining the fticito ment the oldest daughter an oft' with a book agent, the dogsroke iii eleven selling liens, iiau.iiio t calves got out and ehewfjQtlie sleeves fioin font flue shu huni! ou the fence. To avoL..fluch as this, s"ubscriiici.nd iiayiKJdol lar for the Oomiiw at onoi', n f breaking the fence down, cutting IN OK MAN, ("ill .nid niiin,' tlnm for yanranlf. Qilloe over Oowuill & Cowgill' Stephens & Smith. V.nsi ol' l lie List low r.ilc .lion w ill Ih run liv . ni'UU Storo - I'ln d mi?rtte!:iwm IIIh trul tu iT 1 A4 AT "nm run, li'iiviny Fidl!lii'l(Hiiilliiiit dniii', or ii'iihIi '' ton tit o s.i ii in . arrhiufr ut Lonwvillc Vj e Ii .io p in. ltoiind trip t lckfts will cost W(toiM, kvrp a llurncnliMini; n iiiro!iili uNo full Hup of ut) from rulloutliKitspiod to n- t win on r, uiiLir Ir.uns tmtil" tuitl nichni. c Goods in . I ipu'lui tnitn win Louuiilli Miimiav, Oct l., iirsmii orp,.. the lllmriiu i , Season. A. A OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker . Ulli. MIOKMAN, ou iliich ron sau: ONLY UY H. BUCHANAN. opili Moiul.tv iilternooii, mid this l in a hplt mini opportunity tor seilnjfu LTiut ilisihi iiiitl witiicHsjux the lndiistriiil parade il.my of tho Midway attractions irom tin- t'hlcauti World's Fair w ill ho on exhibition.' 'i'lif Street Falrinid .MiilMiivfiiiMi..,.! is under the iiiiiiiiixriiiciit of the Louis-i11Kll,s, which is a sulllclciit Klutran-te- c that it will ho an up to date nll'itlr. 1). T. OUEBDUIJ, AKuut. jjor-l'"Oi- Thi'dre.ir Iiidustriid WioIiiimIiii, 1 1 ill uist ICxposition ui) CoMiiiinii Undortakor' ItoHcwonil, prh'i. (3 i v- ii i.it Holiil Wnliint Colllno mid dine uliinli Ihicil ii i hi nlmrt tiniiiv, mi'l hi Illnrk enn If ri'iiKon-idili. U. oiiil, iiia Simp ncnr tlm Mull. - , Fuitou, iiY: riMil.. is otToreil for sale. 100 acres oleaicd. very kooiI hotthUH, orchard, For furthur iiiforniation, apply to E'Nti'iu U- - Ntilc. The farm near Hickman, known us the (J. V l'owidl place, near Dycisliinr fit Arc. Oko, Waiiiii,'.V, Y"w m mvtsrn v rx'." ,; h ,imii v. MS jl.Vt3 t f ' THE HICKMAN COURIER, (lenrge Warren. HICKMAN. Kill DAY, ICY.. 'Wtt't1VlW&&'rt& 0 1'fl JX'I'& i 3n 'Lmmaammmmmmmtmmmati HWMVN'.S ' DKVICK. I'ljrlil Hie tiniiil. 01' T. ii. r: Local and Personal. Let u lliell 1' t!l mil l 'big. With ;i liciirt niv lute, Throw iivmi.v the run jihi'vi' olii Eille r Hsii or c..t tin h.,lt BALTZE 3ft E32S D'S. tfBHv T li v tii VJ" al' GRAND CHmflf Nfoi 'V fto m a 1 li ji a ; . (iclltioii whs prcHtMitetl to Se Xol only tiliotild St. Lonin Hpht Kin ley, nt Krmikfort, Mtui- - tlint Chieiit) cininl ilrniiinco tiny, hi the Brown Deiiiourntiu t eh fine, hill the wlio'e .Mho!hhIiiI ' fitelion for ii pliioe tin tliu hnllot alley Mhnuld hulp her. All the hi the Novemher eloclion, the tle- - tiver InwiiH iiimI cities more nr Icsh liee to he n piutiiru of Urtiwii n ml rely on (he rivor for their wnter (ft. ft... ,..,.- -. u "Hon 1..1 1. v, nml it w II bo .otrimont.il Kli'iit nn ijemncruliu Ticket." ""I'D (hi It and to nil to have l he rot '1 lit' petition cnntiiined 3,ll teniicKft of Ohicnco dumped into inlures, (iliotit two'thlnlM ot wie Hie MiHNJpHippi. A r'l hi.v I I 4 i i t 11 1 HKiietH -- P ltllltt' l'rciiz is vWitlng in St Louis. ttBrRlro A: Nnylor for b st jlnis in .1 IllUt feJllKH Ernest King nml wife am utl itiltng tint St. Louis l'nir. -- Joe Amburg l taking in tin1 big St LouU IN -- taw . -- . Fair thin week. Clonl Calico for !!, it llAl.T.KIl iV lJitHUS .Mr. Fnrct Hunt, n eitVen of Hunt Wt'll, committed milohle Monday .loliu llngiui returned Wi dnisda morning from u trlti lo St louis LitT Fresh OyMers servwl In n iy .iyl-n- t tit iinw City Hakery. -- UoImt Vijrn, of (iriiiutc City, III ' Ii Jhll-- l II to Is upending a few day Herman Bnliycr Iiim retiirne. IkiIiii nflra vU.lt with relultvcii In MiimOhiIIMii ' Shaw baa h largo line or Omit SJtf tug. Call on liim before buying it! -- Mrf. W. H i(HllKT. liolliw li:w r Ill Iotibivtllo foraHVsml turned ItiHiit. The hteamer "lrt. f tin Ml. I. ,V Tt'iiii Pak' Co . Bok. .hi iiiiIim hinii Tf C C I "IIOIF" Doii.iMth;. 1'ir .M. Y .. in I fur ami ' .. I oods ! K.e lew id mu il;ite us t hont iH tin- ntiM fzetiermi - $ d.w r - ClIOKiK r I- - IJAIJCAIX Wt'.liflifve 31 W )'(!. " Per Yurtl lor pKidyard IJ nii-nolu- i- due DriM KMbritx, Wi.flli Tr. nivnus. uo.vi;sTi(J t It wide O W N A in l.eiin; in lit U Tailor-nitiile Worth 5ci'iitH. Itoliheil the (inn p. hail quietly inforuied the Brown leadetN Hint he could not r ee ,' A startling incident is narrated by t ize their olnim to ttie roK!r Ir-t.T'llm Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows : emblem, the rooHler, ittitl iih a "I was in an awful jinstroHort the pclltion wuh llletl. wan almost yellow, condition. My skin eyes sunkou, tongue Conrior'.Ionrnnl. coated, pain continually in back anil sides, no appetite, growing weaker day .lull Couldn't llinc Stood II by day. Three physicians had given If he'd had Itching Piles. They're ter- me np. Then I was advised to use Elecribly uiinnyiut:; but Htieklon'.s Arnica tric Hitters ; to my great joy, tho first Salve will cure the worst case of Piles ltottle iniido a decided improvement. I on earth. It has cured thousands. For continued their uso lor thrcu weeks, and Injuries. Pains or liodily Eruptions it's am now a well man. I know they robthe best halve in the world. Price '5cn bed the grave of another victim." No Sold by all one should fail to try thorn. Only COc, box. Cure guaranteed. guaranteed. At all drag stores. druggists. y heiiif; ReiiutilicanH of ytiile Kinlev. it Sec-leinr- y in snitl, .' i c I i Dress Goods. O' J9 (SixmIn Ladies liNirlinent in Ladies Suits. at , ltrltnliiK over with l , !, M in emwhter.it iofl of the low price we V. fortliem. Nn lnrve profit: here, everything th verv le.vi-- t H-ud vlueh nn hanl to rohiht, Fall Underskirts. All Wind Skirt Patterns Vi &mm$mmmtQMmmmmm u L:i-dii- Silk ' ami Wool new etyli-a- , Cohirwl t,repciis tlw Hewitt tj lilaek the followiuj; values : ' repoo, inch.' tiilk Inilerskirts. all shaded at A 00. Xtee. new Silk Skirts at 75: to iH 00 LlldieH' cents line of Suits, lsht quality Venetian Cloth, lly fnint and tight flltuiK Jackets, new Skirts, at We have just added s 810 to 18.50 wlsses ami Cliiblrt'ii's j I "'' .) ,": )X Calm. Friday nlht. I l2T Frih ntftla part of town by dellvcri-- W. to mij Smw lll wk.u Maim l j Walnuts ami turkaryntiu and th feejr with tlt la hamM wilt have hl day. ' j i ni. Mr wrroH night fur New York in pur C. (l.'SeahmkanwlII lea v.- to ) whti vtiii wnnf VO- - Ritf M .iml frmib Rolls, llrwwl, Fruits. Nut CaHdim Mr R T. Tyler has ul, nt .u k Pmnkfori and Ml Sterling, K . on lejwl hmdniife. of Snn Aut'Ui Mi Itaby tn-ctin-wwt, oh' a stock of Jewelry. j v' ' for Skirta, end Ibir We It i vi It Vemtiun - I hi iii lii utfer i mi 'ii Kh V Cloth, aotiiuthtiifc oew, i SI wlieil ii are No ti'iir,-Made t it, 4o iwh all Wotd Camera Hair i:oiii U,M l no, for II at Plahfe, for Kkirte. :WJ all Wivil F.mey CameU ,Jxn Hair effect, at 'M inch Trirot. Holm- - 'M),, Hpmi unit Plaid-- , at W. i'll them elniqHT thail yon ran buy them whole sab. Kooda iie-h- . all-Wo-- il Kid Glovos. i Jackets. We have just reci lved a big line in all color nml shapes age 0 to 15 lean old, r.iiiKiiiK in price from i i X' y t : J- i.t tt. () i.'- - Ltvy&ELIK v . SI.98 toa.00 Capes, iiH-- ladies "& all-Wo- Ladies Dress Skirts. lht wiialitv Skirt, in new m'hiLh I ;" Ladies Plush Capes -- Collar trimmed with Tiliet Fur and Headed, 1,1 lM lo i . A Shoe o -- x S8.0O Cannot Be Cheap Il.ilr Plaid HEST CALICO. ( Ge ner v'lf. IB, bur hmhW, in the St. Tf S . hi PMUlillH I V lew hviiiieit II HlH-k- sill l ,1I1U i..l.miiK. nl l r.l) Mhtck Mlk and Wool l'ri'MHi Vn,,'W Skiru, at H Ml to '"' HH )1) CALICO, I ;v Collarettes. We chow a nice line of Fur Collar-larettiSilk lined, from Of Unless It Is Good! POINT of our Shoe Cheaply, but nof Cheap Shoes. Selling is that we Sell ItlHl will FLANNEL. Wool. 15c. f( NO POOH SHOE can ever rise to the dignity of u Bargain. THE-VITA- J Vply Morrt. Kueie Nuylnr John IlaKau and lleiry IJkin.n t. T.t-bttr, afe. Shirt Waists. I,.ili' at i LONSDALE Ulead.,! DO MEST1C for 0s, e ' Fall Millinery. A I lhi Ml lmU Vmt. thin wr. i. ynl wide liniwn IJ.1LTXMC it in Wae.t iln-- Ilii-- . LikIiik Fl.uiin I WiiikI, and H'lnl i ulurR Jt"l i .r to 1 (;.()() lliiPE lM)j;STI'jn .1 ii i s:j.o() i' In r .ihk mi 7 trimmed Suinrs iii.ibh priei-s .11 V gorge, hih display of Fashionable in harmony of .ut .iml ph1 taste, at mo-i- t rea-- . OUK MOTTO has always been , at "Higlesl Grades am Lowest Prices -- Ur A V CaaifBrand Nntliui It ii in tin1, aeHunf (iraattf lHy, 111 , dty thte wii'k, jchbmm ot Mr .1 Wunrn. 3 ltuwacr t'avltl, of insir llikii.m Ml riMiirtay Hiaht hw Niwln lib . lU'twriiniiit nt lie Mill ! Iw VaiHhrWJI CLOTHING INDvSH0ES. Suit', we can WHEN WE FIX the price $2.0(1, that means the very best Shoo to be nail for $2.00. let Umvw4ly. In Mens und (Miildietis ) all-Wo- ol I'lmsp A .Siiiileirn'o raimntx Hsitt by thowwwliurf reltin-- ! know nml nmtnii!" kxmI ly by II hitUASAV Tlw liqaal HikIiIh AnvKi.ttimi Mill in msl at Mm. S M Hwb!nl ttxlay ar nVbx-- p hi. A lull m tMiitancr dealrwl. .w all -- Mr. Maftirte IUdl", who . n-i- b toffee i u )h ;! .s.tii t'ffr- Mens ou tiiu Hoht nml ( lieape.it Line in Hickman. ICorHoyh Suit'idf()vercoat3.wo hoII the "JANE $ir,.(l(). Suits from 5.oU tn HOPKINS" mulct -- nil Pui linvl UoiillllTScnt utitrMieer Don't fall to see our Hoys iize .r to i( venn old. Our stock of Mens and Ladies, tallUMs Iveel'er Oven-ont-- . ('nine itispeel our line. IimiiI Shoes lor Children the heM made, is ant our A '" '"V"- A Pound of Performance, is worth a Pock of Promises. We always havo all wo advertise. Your money back if yon want it. u433LXjia!l?l!2jSS3FS.cfo30CI3XS. j V i CASH S ft--' STOHE RICE & IITUL m i ! n) lo Jmt-oi-i. rial nf h.r nejihew . Mr. HegnmM Sti. vail, twnruwl holm- Monday. - Teun , in att.-nt- l tin lm j S?EKINli To-Moito- V Tliotiand Tongiii". No t i c e. ai-s liiichnuan is ciosing out Jii Cost. Mr Mr lnw. MUn Mini .! 11 Phmbiui. oil t IleleH Phw-biUlihHi City, wen- u Ihe eiiy Muutlay pb route to tit. Loo in. Ih-J- . M. Alt'Snhr. of near Jnr-rtanoil Mtes Iaoliut Jouw. wen mar fled at (hi r aidptutt of um brhtn, aenr WooitlrtuM Mtlki, Tnerfan Uev. H L tht-- eere bUiia, irf Martin, n rf.a-iiiii-f - - Mr ami ahlw'll, Julio (tilmn. Mm. V.Ht Poih u, nim.c C kmvt-- limul for 2fo. W luavm Ufe" tta- - I " pauouise tnwiie tadnatry and wive from Hu to JWtl an tb dolt.tr, at the Wi w City a Oonbl not fXpriiw the raptor, of Annie 15. HuriUKr, of Plulaih'lphiti. wLen Dr. Democmtlo KIuk s New Discovery cured hrrf bf a Hon II V. McOhiwit-y- , had Soarintoiitlnut, hacking congti that for mnny v fia- Fehnol nomlut a bniNlen. Khean. "After l'. C. (Irahntn, will epcak in made hf" rem wiles unit doctor Ulled it and nil other lf Htrkman. to wrrow nt 9 p. in., in sooh rrmnvwl the pain tn my cli.'st nml or the regular State Demormtlo I cau now sleep sonudly, sottndiinK I cnu scarcely romemtwr doing U 'oro. I ticket. Mr. McCheauey U rtu nhle and pUted reel llkomtniidtug lin praises iJm aglioutDUMtMaker and is sncrtnlly niwrwl ns to the tho Universe" Dr. Kimr'sNui' iniiraiil"iHl to pun' all tronMia bill do t eovery I In- - new School turn in nln of jor the Tiiriwit. truest or lame, hear liim r.Oe nuiK'1.00. Trial butt at 2 P. M. - All pcrvitiN indebted to Sanders it Heeves by note or otherw ie, as the jia-pconns due. are rcpect fully reiiuesl-ei- l to came and M'ttle the same with E E. REEVES & CO. Sept 27. .1 A Hi ho-ba- Wuniiii"; lo Bread AND TO OKT s ! Tii.v-I'ayer- s. llaatry. tin (arc to K.uihvtllf aiyl retaru IVketa on, on ncwiniii tnmioK Bale from nil coupon stntioua nu tin Ohio ItotlMad, Oel Nth aim Alnbile 10th, hmiUHl fur retnru wwwiai' Uvt. U 5 Ad-ntti- m. Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of cede1 bra led Hrown SIioos. All go at cost at S'uelianan's. full and complete notice to the taxpayer f Fulton Conntv has been giv-isi vera! tunes hinee the taxes were due under the law, besides the people know thohu taxei have been long due. all these notices and fratnll Notwithstandinggoing to different points I or my doputv drug stores. tu the county at stilted tunes, yet a majority of tax pavers have not paid M;i!i (if ZifJif ' the ties for Mill, Now this ineaiis yon, if you have not ixioms. paid your taxes, and not your neighMv reHidenre, . containing UimwI cellar, tote hfible und iinjflssnry bors, as I will be compelled to take nnthoiihCH. Choice fruit tree. At'. Ap- steps to levy on pniperty at once mi as to be able to M'ttle Vith the State and C F Hi'lJf. ply to County. J T Sit hum:fu:i.u,S. F. 0. Ilickiniii.. Ky. n h-- s I-1 IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . . . Fm o. GOOD FRESH BREAD oo & to Tin: lew ii i:AitUAiirn'2i?f' I'Oll mm A A, 1 Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily Hv tJ. L Ciiti'KN rr.it, D. S. Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates 4- - Hou. Juo. W. Yarkcs. We wure ilwply piuHl to hour that noble brut her. filatt onr jjmiinl otul Repnblicun, will Theihsiingiiishe.l of Iliotcnmn. Kv.. had died eod- tlnulv one iluy last wwk. Wo estond deliver a upeeeli ni Hickman, Oct. S3. onr smtwrest syiniwihy tirhte exeallaut Mr Yerkos is a pw rhus oraior. a deep wire m tins eoro Iwrmtvemeut. -n- uptial thinker and a general fav inte in all eoinmuultieH. FtnfC. 1 s,Uo nil iht old Caj-,p- ei Hi"-- nffer for lllsaiarcK's Iron Xene tiuinph. Thy an niee for ItnH, Wan the result of his splendid health, n ml mueh chwiper than yon ludomitable will unit treuieudous ener-u. II. 0. AMBKnu. 10 t are not found win re Stomach, Livi r, i tiin sort of ieatherf8ken the crook Kiduiys ami Howvls are out ft oritur. nnt in' ni tin h hue abuiM, aemlN hw he.ut If you want tnese (puiline-- , unit tin hi o up tn thf air. quiekeiis hi aiep. stluin civn they bring, tne l)r King's New , lnios liupa ana maka-- nn omimlHt ot Ltfo'Pills. Only 30i'. At any drug store. I to Is jtlitd ln alive, mid furlw htm. that this oltl world U ,i pretty goon lnco after all. Mltw .lennie Th.initis, a noble .vnunn custom-mad- e lntly, Dihu'iUiHl anil .aecoinplwheil, and a ' popular school (oaoli'-r- , died, at the fam- at, ily home, 'htii eoniily. S.itiirdny laHt. and wiw buried at Hiwh Dreek elnirch-yarA Mutable tribute to Stnitl.iy. JliHl Opetii'd. hur kikmI lite will appear In the Uonriur The new meat ton'. at the Racket Her liiipeioiiatiim!mT no lino that meats lio e.iiTiwJ ner iiiiilienue at will from Store stand, Frcnz enriur. I'Vi-huiKhter lo to teaiN, while tne gmee of all kind delivered to any part of Teleiihoue Jill. A portion of town unit ehurin oi her perviti Kaiinfy and the eye. 'l'n hour her. to mii- her, your patronage solicited, ir m u,i ui Iltr w in vervtiiith a rare prlvlleao. "' uift If royal, htipfume. The Snndiiy f. Visitor, Padncah. Ky . Uei 31, Mrs. lliihl.ell at the hty 11 .11 toniKbt To our old friends and cutoiners, we A llellu'lil " tiiiileiiiplale is a cup uf wish1 to announce that we have bought (JolVeo ilear, pare ami bannliHhly in- - tlie large Mtoek of l.tipii niints. Haggles, Ar" "" """ "' iap "nl llaniiTi, A'o., pre inudy owned by San- vlKoriititiKi nhoru'H .HtJIirt win use Chase iV dels it Reeves, and e prnpi,,e to mane If so. yon know its untinestioii-uDl- e this Mock second to'uoiic of (lie kind in e.seelh'iii'e. If yon havo itulwl to this cud of the State Cull and see ns tiMi this lommirt OolVoc, yon lnfe yet to and satisfy yourxelf that we mean to exporiunco tastlni.' Iho most iteltoiom soil goods ami m'11 litem cheaper than Cotl'iiu hi thu world, tjold only by U, oyer uoforu, E, E, REEVES & QO, Ul'CIUNA.N, uvt-raav ELECTIONNOTICE. virtue of an otdir mmh by the Fieal Court of Fulton 'o , n n April term, IWMl, ami directed to me .. Sheriff of said county, Norur. wl.irmy given tliat ootls will be opctiid ind nn election hold tit each voting pr. "inet In Fulton County, on Tuesday. November 7th. 1WM), nt which election tlie uues-tioof whether or not the FIm.iI Court or Fulton county shall cause tl.e (muds of the vouiitv to the amount ot Twenty Tliuuxuud Dollars to be IniiiiiI for- - the jnirpose of builtliug a Court House in said county, will be Milnintten to tlie legal voters in said comity. S.ail IhiiiiIs a iv to be of denomination of $100 each, payable to bearer, drawing interest at tl per cent, per annum. fl,000 of said bond-- , to be due m 2 yeas from dale, and .f 1,000 due respectively !l, ami 0 years from date Said election will be held at tho same place and time and by the baine olllcers who hold fh'o general election Witness mv hand as SliuriH of Pulton County, kv.. this Oct 22d 1V.HI Hy n 1 Cowffill &,"Cowg.ilIj i and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, FRESH OYSTERS and CELERY RECEIVLD DAILY Oysters served in Come See Us ! Fre.-- h ! uiy st,l and at all hours. Telephone !!. Druggists IIIIAIKJL'ARTKKS FOR a Ie'W City Bakery ixw- - ji- -.- 4i)) Mens and Hoys Suits go Cost: at Buchanan's. tt.u W1I1SKI1S, W. 111 R WEBSTER, AM) Pill! Hi! Tt)Mt)o, KENTUCKY .1. T. Sii'iuu.iini.ti. .Jf- C. - COl'llll SVillU'S, AA l Whim O lurehi ofler tle-Uu- - ESTRAY NOTICE, j SOLKAGENT l'OK "STANOAIU)" Lliiunln County. UNION UMT. TI5NX. IVnliotlv Oluli. affiitb. "" NOTICE! - Cot-fee- ? Taken tin as a strai by J Cl living one half mile uuiili of t road and tlve nml one ln.lt e of thoeity of Hickiii'in in Vv on the Kith day of SiteiulierJ'. gniy mare, aged alxmt i'U yi iug Mime black snots on Iter hi about fourteen ami one-hal- f mm mwi PKIfiSORIITIONS Carefully SPECIAL I)HAK P P jES Vi" v ha and wiiich twontv-llve vJn g no is almraiM d at m.irkh tin" Wj of Sent. tilvtlu under my hand tliisl 181)1). dollars. J, W, Mayus, J, -- Compounded, propose to ship on in plain Huxoh with nn nmrUs to oontentti. When .yon receive it und toM it, if it is not satisI'Mii-tor- i return it at my expense and I will leiund you i?auO. Thia is it moat libortd otter, it ml I itwittt your ordors. Yours very truly, W. H. WEUBTER, I quarts of -- nOLIiWOOI)" Seven year old. Double Distilled, WIIISKI3Y, for KX'PKKSS PREPAID. . Silt: I nm onahled to soil, mid ot). four full UYiO .(. npproviil, "r '"anfuaKr y1. y CVER'WOKKED BRAINS. about the j.Tavcs of those who went colic all sail set nnd all furnnc down nt sesi? Nothkg but the full Mast, sheaves of crystal . Had llntilt of IIiiIiibii )lrn Increaa. trumpet shall tench their from t IicLjr cutting prows. Inn Iimnnll)' nud Slentnl A few of them were gathered into Dr. Talinage Pieachej on the Glory And now nil the squadrons of a Ciillnttae. naval cemeteries of the land, and wc partments from smallest tugbo: of the Navy. every year garland the sod that covers migntlcs' man of war, nre in pi; lluslness men arc beinirdrlvcn them. Hut who will put flowers on the slon, decks nnd rigging filled will ito the madhouse nn they were never Am Aproirlntc Sermon for Ailmlral fallen crew of the exploded Wcstfichl who on the so. fought for the ol driven before. And why' Chiefly beIrellewcy's Home Com Inn and Shaw sheen nud the sunken South-fielwe uere u nation. Gra cause they cannot or will not allow ful l.eioMiim frni.i lliv I.Ufa mid the Winlleld Scott? Ilullets licet the world ever saw! Sail on thcmsclvcH timu in which to refresh of Javnl llroe. threatening in front, bombs threnten- - fore nil ages! Kun up nil the coli their jaded brains. Nature htu equipped. I cning irom noove, torpedoes inrcuicu- Jung all the bells! lea, open all un witn no more exquisitely complex (Copyright, 1KB, by Louis Klopscb.) ing from beneath, and the ocean, with portholes! Unllmber the guns nnd piece of mechanism than the brain, it its reputation of 0,000 years for ship- and fire one grcnt broadside that s At iv time when the whole iintlon is wreck, lying all around, am I not right wake the is capable of withstanding tremendous continents in honor of pe stirred with patriotic emotion at the re- in saying it required a special courage nnd the cternkv of the American unlo t ruins, but because it does not always turn of Admiral George Dewey and his. for the navy in 1SG.T ns it required spe- Hut I lift my baud, and' the scene cry out, Ilk" our limbs, when it In tired, gallant men on the cruiser Olymnla and cial courage in 1S95? Many of the ships hnv we are apt to forvt theru Inn limit to the magnificent reception accorded to It looks picturesque ni.d beautiful to dropped under the crystal pavement t its endurance. Like the pirale omnibuii them, llev. Dr. T. DeWitt Tnlmagc, in sec a war vessel going out through the the dee) sea monsters swimming 1. horse. It is Hogged up hill and dow u dale this sermon, preaching to n vast audi- Narrows, sailors in new fig singing: and nut i c forsaken cabin, and athei until, after mute protests, it finally cob ence, appropriately recalls) for devout How, thvn, can we make "tolerA Itfo on the ocean wave. old craft hove swung Into the navy lapses A home on the rolling deep. and patriotic i)iiri)Oses some of the yards, nnd ninny of the brave spirit ably sure of keeping sane'.' Tlilsques. great naval deeds of olden and more re- the colors gracefully dipping to passing who trod their decks arc gone up to tXf nun emi uu oesi answered petliniis liv cent times. Test, .lames Hi, 4: "Heboid ships, the (leeks immaculately clean and 1'tcrnnl fortiess. from whose casements siting tvw examples of men who htive the guns nt quarantine firing a parting nnd embrasures may we not hope the) w succeeded In keeping nine, nlso the ships." If this exclamation was appropriate salute. Hut the poetry Is nil gone out look down Theie has lately died in the north of with joy upon a na about 1S72 years ago, when It was writ- of Hint ship as it comes out of that tiou in reunited brotherhood ? I'til mil u accountant, who t engagement, its decks red with human ten concerning the crude never took a holiday, '" In the for "'u' All you gone, the cabins a naval those ofduring who were of ISC: In spl. ndhl practice, lie was anslous to that sailed Lake Galilee, how much bluod, wheelhouse service the war more appropriate in an age which lias pile of shattered mirrors and destroyed are now in the afternoon or evening ol amass n fortune and ictlrc curly. After x furniture, steering wheel broken, life. With jotue of you ills twoo'elock! l,eing live yearn in perpi tual harness drydocks for launched from the of peace the Oceanic, of the White smokestack crushed, n hundred pound three o'clock, four o'clock, six o'clock,, his hiiun began to show signals of Star line; the Lucania, of the Cunard whit worth title shot having left its "ns not so quick nt figures it will soon be sundown, if yiu trt'ssline; the St. Louis, of the American mark fioin port to starboard, the hitii .if !ii" uIiimi tln vvnr lirnl.' nut as he ued to be. nor so accurate. It line; the Kaiser iVilhelin der Groste, shrouds rent away, ladders splintered you are now at least 00. Many of yon wa p'ain that his mind required rest. of the North German Lloyd line; the and decks plowed up ami smoke black- have passed into the seventies. Uliijt nmscii 10 ooey tiie mandate of Augusta Victoria, of the Hamburg-America- n ened nnd scalded corpsir. lying among in our Cuban war there were mori haust.il nnture, however, and stuck to line, and in nr. age which for those who are gasping their last gHsp Christian commanders on sea nnd Inifil his books, 'hm years later his bruin purposes of war has !au..ched the Ore- farnway from home nud kindred. M.v u "wh an extent that he win than in any previous conflict, I woufcl Oh, men of the American navy re- revive in your minds the fact gon, the ltruoklyn, the Texas, the Olyin-pithat tit unable to repeat the multiplication tu. the Iowa, the Massachusetts, the turned from Manila and Santiago and least two great admirals of the clvjV hie. Subsequently hU mind bteume n Jiidiana, the New York, tho Marietta of Havana, ns well as those who nre sur- war were Christians, Poote nnd FarV H'tiil ilank; and, though iierfectly coir the Iowa, the Massachusetts, the In- vivors of the naval conllu-t- of lbC3 nnd rcgut. Had the Christian religion been si'"i. he died without even reeogiil diana, the New York, the Marietta of ISO I, men of the western gulf squad- a coward! v tiling they would have had. ing n. wiic, the last war, and the scarred veterar.i ron, of the eastern gulf squadron, of the nothing t do with it. In its faith thej l:,t'" doctor do not linariiil.lv keep of war shipping, like the Constitution, South Atlantic squadron, of the North lived and died. In Hrooklyn vyyuni "c. lopular member of the prof-- s. Atlantic squadron, of the Mississippi Admiral 1 ootc held nrnver r or the Alliance, or the Constellation, cctingi ''" succumbed to insanity last year. that have swung into the i:aal jsrds squadron, of the Pacific squadron, of nnd conducted n revival on the receivf H' brain warned him of what win In to spend their last days, their decks the West India squadron and the Po- ing ship North Carolina nnd on Salj ' for him. but he hml jumped uowallsilent of the feet that trod them, tomac llotUla, hear our thanks! Take baths, faroutnt sea. following thcchaii'1 '".' practice which brought hint olg iT" ' their rigging all silent of the hands the benediction of our churches. Ac- lain with religions exhortation. 'Hie first indication of mental. that clung to them, their portholes si- cept the hospitalities of the nation. If life, nboard the sloop of war '"''""ce was his inability toremember lent of the brazen throats that once we hai. our way, we would get you not Natchez, impressed by the words of u "nies of patients. Impaired memory only a pension, but a home and n Christian sailor, he gave his bjMire tinuj '" thundered out of them. certain sign of bruin exhaustion If In the first century, when war ves- princely wardrobe and an equipage for two weeks to the Ilible and at tin ' nt of r. imsc. but the doctor sels were dependent on the oars that nnd n banquet while yon live nnd after end of thnt declared openly: "Hence j" .'anletl it. The result wms that hede-fcrtjwddled at the side of them for propul your departure a catafalque nud n under nil circumstnuces, 1 wll l"'' into a hopcles Ullot. sion, my text was suggestive, with how mausoleum of seulptcrtd marble, with act for God " Ills last words while dy A" cnonnoiiR amount i,( insanity run Hindi marc emphasis and meaning and a model of the shipFii which you won irgnt the A&tor house, N'w York, were: M 'raced to the hnbit indulged in by we can cry the d iv. It is considered it gallant "1 thnnk (iod for all His goodness tuj overwhelming reinln's-eenccsn people of taking their vvorli out as we see the Ktarsarge lay across thing w hen in a naval fight the (lugship me. He has been very good to nie.'I h"iiie with them. The men ii'iotichlcve the bows of the Alabama and sink it, with its blue eloign gjes ahead up When he entered lienven. he dill tuec. in life and live toenjoy th teaching foreign natrons they had bet- a river or into a bn, its admiral stand- not have to run n blockade, for It wnsl fruits of tin ir Inborsare t'liM.rHhn'cou-atr.iter keep their hands olF our American ing in its shrouds wntchlng and giving tl.e cheers of a crent wcJcome.l 'b' T 'h r commercial miertttlmn fight, or as we see the ram Albemarle order.). Hut have to tell you, O vet- Theother Christian ndniirnl wHlbehor-- I trully to oftnv hour, their of the confederates running out and in erans of the American navy, if you nre ored or. earth until the day when th dm. ninjr to ibfir fainiHe or to the puts the I'oanokcanrt up and down the coast, as loyal to Chi 1st r.t; ou were to the gov- fires from aBovc shall lick up the want of some hobby. The best brain throwing everything into oorf. sLn as ernment, there is n llagshlp sailing ters from beneath nnd there shall be It t.ie in chilli.- of occupation. l no other craft ever did, pursued by the ahead of you of which Christ Is the ad- no me of the richest men, while mam- moie sea. Miami, the Ceres, the Southf.cld. the miral, and Ho vvntcl. .. from the shrouds, ming their brain at concert pitch Oh. white old ocean's lireau Sassnenss, the Maltabesett, the White- s.nd the heavens are the blue ensign, Heirs a white sail 'hrt'iiffhout the day. spend their r And God'4 soft stars to rtst head, the Commodore Hull, the Louisi- nud He leads you toward the harbor, hours in devising plan for acGuide through the Kle. vesnnd hell ana, the Minnesota .u:d other armed and nil the broadsides of earth quiring wrttith. The disastrous lien will Him nr'er forget, sels, nil trjing in vain to catch her, un- cannot damage you, nnd ye whose of their folly they discover olJ hiart of oak were once red with your own til Capt. dishing, "1 years of age, nud r.irraRUt, Parragut hen It is too late. Thu ml or boll stroke) his men blew her up. hirns$f and only blood shall have a robe washed and On day 'about the years ago a oitv one other escaping, and as I see the flag- made white in the blood of the Lamb. Wo hail with thanks tha new gen JjkhHiit, who hud boasted tha huliud ,." ship Hartford, and the Ilirhniond. nud Then strik eight bells! High noon in era tlo n of naval liornes,-thoc'itn" wasted nn hour, ordered some year 193. We nre too near their mar- sonpat a restaurant. Strangely cnniith, the Monongalieln, with other gunboats, Heaven! While we are heartily greeting nnd velous deeds to fully np'preclnte thm:. juit hs he took the first mouthful sweep past the batteries of Port Hudhi son, and the Mississippi' Hows forever banqueting the sailor iwtrlotb just A century from now poetry nnd s brain eemed to sr.ap. Prom that nn. we must not forget the vetfree to nil northern and southern craft, nnd pahiting nud histo y wnl .... nient Ms gold might hate been so tnanv and under the lire of Dewey and his men erans of the navy now in marine hos- them better justice than we en-brick" for nil rhe use it was to him. for the Spanish ships at Manila burn or pitals or spending their old days in now. A dtfeat at Manila wnuld hcst.i veil himself to death. Nature had Ink, and the licet rushing out of San- their own or their children's home- have been un infinite dbaster. Poi eign repeatedly hclii out thr ml flag to thN I charge you nations not of our Aim tioan rwrsispiit money grahlH-r- . tiago harbor are demolished by our steads. O ye veterans, Tor some jims, and the brave Cervern surrenders, bear up under the nche.s nnd weak- institutions would have joined the tune e had been unable to fis his atcry out with a patriotic emotion that nesses that you still carry from the other side, and the war to many moii'hs tention on any subject; when writing I cannot suppress if I would, and would wartimes. You nre not ns stalwnrt ns past would have been raging still, and his ih.wr of words was deficient and not if I could: "Heboid also tlu'shlpsl" you would have been but for that nerv perhaps n hundred thousand graves spellli Inaccurate; but he preferred hid to Pull justice has been done to the men ous strain and for that terrific ex- would have opened to take down our thrash his brain to destruction who nt different times fought on the posure. Let every ache nnd pain. In- slain soldiers and sailors. It took 'bit than !" a few sovereigns. Mindrather land, but not enough has been said of stead of depressing, remind you of country time years to get over the .!ls 's .HID of the first precursors of those who on ship's deck dared yoi,r fidelity. You have in nerve nnd aster at Hull Hun at the opening of thu Viental ilecy: but the fault can be all things. Lord G6d of the rivers muscle nnd bone and dimmed eye- civil war. How many years it vvoahi remedi. d by relnxntlon-b- y forgetting nnd thu sen. help me in this sermon! sight nnd diillcult henring nnd short- have required to recover from ad. feat the raie. ..f business of nn evening and So. ye admirals, commanders, captains, ness of breath many intimations that at Manila in the opening of the San-ib- bracing tin mind with fresh interests. I cannot say. God averted the gunners, boatswains, sailmak-er- you are gradually gvfmg down. It Is pilots, war Trndesin- n areehronlckliinemln tbl.i surgeons, stokers, messmates nnd the service of many years ago that Is calamity by giving triumph to our nary respect. I'lgrosned wltfa the one Id en seamen of all names, to use your own tcWing on you. lie of good t heer. We under Admiral Dewey, whose coming of getting ahead of their rivals, as they parlance, wo might as well get under owe you just as ninth as though your up through the Narrows of New York can scarcely help being in thmc stren-uon- s way and stand out to ben. Let all land- lifoblood hail gurgled through the scup- harbor dny before yesterday v.n gtcet-cday, they tin necessarily employ by the nation whose wVomlnK their evpnii lubbers go ashore. 1'ull speed now! pers of the biiij) in the Hid river exin concocting new enterpedition or as though you had gone cheers will not csnse to resound until prises, overlooking the Io ii r bells! ftct Hint the nnd next day In the capital bniln is cap.il.le of Never since the sea fight of Lpanto, down with t':e Melville oil Hatteras. much better thing '100 royal galleys, manned by 0 where Only 'keep your t!ag flying, ns did the of the nation the jeweled sword voted Its fun- hnre of rest than when it warriors, at sunrise September C, illaslrlous Weehawkcn. Good cheer, by congress shall he presented amiu after Is contlnunllv on the move. A pros1571, met 250 royal galleys, manned by mj boy! The memory of man is poor, booming cannonade nnd cmbannered perous tradesman wag placed In nn 125,000 men, iiikI in the four hours of nrd all that talk about the country hosts. asylum u few months ago niter J'epccln'ly let the country boys ol ening 10 stab one of his most threatRattle S.POO fell on one side and 25,000 never forgetting tfiose who fought for intimate Witen the other; yen, never since the day it is nn untruth. It does forget. America join in these greetings to the friends. It was learned that he when nt Actiiim, before Christ, ness how the veterans sometimes hud returned heroes of Manila. It is their Jang suffered fiom headaches, ami hml Augustus with 200 ships scattered the to turn the hund organs on the street work. The chief character in nil thu for it whole year Ills mind had beenthat ocWit220 ships of Mark Antony and gained tc get their families a living. scene is the once country Ind, George cupied, to the exclusion of everything universal dominion as the prize; yen, ness how ruthlessly tomt of them were Dewey. Let the V.rmunters come (lowl- else, in plotting how he could crush mi since the day when at Salamis the 1,200 ti.rned out of office that some bloat of and find him older, but the same opposition shop. In one of his mounassuming, almost barhful person ments he confessed that the Mine galley's of the Persians, manned by a politician might take their place. pressurn 500.COO men, were crushed by Greeks Witness the fact that there Is not a that they went to school vvitli and with on his brain was such that he felt it with less than n third of that force; yea, iran or woman now under 45 years of whom they sported on the playground. vonhl only be relieved by the shedding never since the timu of Noah, the first nge who lias any full appreciation of The honors of all the world cannot of blood. ship captain, has the world seen such tile four years' martyrdom of 1S01 to spoil him. A few weeks ago at n ban No more extraordinary illustration n miraculous creation as that of the 105, inclusive. Hut, while men may qtiet in I'nglnnd some of the titled danger of overworking the brain He remem- noblemen were nlTronted because our of the 1SC1. forget, God never forgets. American navy in or, rather, concentrating it on ono There were nbout 200 nvnilablc sea- bers the swinging hammock. He re- American minister plenipotentiary apot, so to speak, for the brain is never th name of Dewey with that men in nil the naval stations and re- members the forecastle. He remcin-bei-.January of Lord Nvlson. As well might we be overworked If it is engaged on n variety the fro.cn ropes of that ceiving ships, and here and there an subjects could be fojind than the nlTronted because the name of Nelson of old vessel. Yet orders were given to tempest. He remembers the amputan gifted lady artist who, ether. He re- is associated with that of our most re- eime of at a picture for mouths after blockade .'1,500 miles of seacoast, greater tion without sufficient slaving and than the whole coast of Europe; and, members the horrors of thnt deafening nowned admiral. The one man in nil worrying about its ultimate fate at an Ohio, Tennessee, Cum- night when forts from both sides the coming ngrs will stand as high as Important exhibition, fell into a besides that, the deep the other. So this dry, sympathising berland, Mississippi nnd other great belched on you their fury and the heavsleep which lasted 19 hours. When shu covering an extent of 2,000 more ens glow cd with ascending and tb scend-in- witli all the festivities and celebrations nwokc her knowledge of art had comrivers, missiles of death und your ship of the past veek and with all the fes- pletely vanished. CasselPs .Journal, miles, were to be patrolled. No wonder the whole civilized world burst Into quaked under the recoil of the 100 tivities and celebrations to come thin To Keep lirill.rn. guiTaws of laughter nt the bceming im- pounder, while all the gunners, incoru-n- g week, let ns anew, thank God and those Pick all the faulty or bruised grapes to command, stood on tiptoe, with heroes of the American navy whohuve possibility. Hut the work was done, done almost immediately, done thor- mouth wide open, lest the concussion done such great things for our beloved from the bunches, leaving only sound, oughly nnd done with n speed and con- shatter hearing or brain. He remem land. Come nboard the old ship Zton, firm fruit with the skins unbroken. summate skill thnt eclipsed all the his- bers it nil better than you remember it, ye sailors and soldiers, whether still in Then pack In new stone jars with, first, a layer of cotton batting, then u layer nnd in some shape reward will be given. the nctive service, or honorably tory of naval architecture. and nt home having resumed of grapes, and so n until ft:!!; tin In the cemeteries for federal and God Is the best of all paymasters, nnd strong paper over the top and srt confederate dead arc the bodies of most for those who do their whole duty to citizenship. And ye men of the past, ay In a cool, dark place. If careful- of those who fell on the land. Hut him and the world the pension nwnrded your Inst battle on the sens fought, take from me, in God's name, salutation and done, they will keep nicely until are who went down In the Is un everlasting heaven. where those ristmns, and will make u nice addi Sometimes oil thu coast of England good cheer. For the few remaining war vessels will not be known until n to the good things prepared for the sen gives up Its dead. The jack tars the royal family have Inspected the fights with sin und death and hell make Thnnksgiving and Christmas might Hritish navy, maneuvered before them ready. Strip your vessel for the froy. knew that while loving arms U. Housekeeper. carry the men who fell on the lund for that purpose. Jn the Hnltlc sea the Hang the sheet chains over the side. Send down the topgallant masts. and bury them with solemn liturgy nnd czar and czarina have reviewed the Jll.lii'l Viim 'Km lliiiielu-.l- . .he wheel. Jilg In the flying jib navy. To bring before the Amerithe honors of war, for the bod.'rs of Tl'hls is n nobby suit, sir,'' said the those who dropped from the ratlines can people the debt they owe to the boom. Steer straight for the shining i pui lac uiiesi vvriiiKlcs lor. Into the sen or went down with nil on navy I go out with you on the Atlantic shore, and hear the shout of the great It." board under the stroke of a gunboat ocean, where there is plenty of room, Commander of earth and Heaven . i Yes,'1 remnrked the cifMomer, there remained the shark and the whale and in imagination review the war ship- He crls from the shrouds: "To hlir himself In (he glass; "but don't And the endless tossing of the sen which ping of our four great conillcts 1770, that o'crcou.cth will I gie 1o eat if think It would have been better had cannot rest. Once n year, in the deco- 1812, 1SC5 nnrt 189S. Swing into It' ie all the treti of life which Is iu tho midst o don't euro distributed themv ration of the graves, those who fell In yc frigates, Ironclvls, fire rafts, gun- the pnrndlse of God." llokannat Ho ut having 'em all In the mldd'. ol the la iid wert reineuibtred. JJ t how boats and tuen of wart There they Banna! back." rhlladeljibla Uecoru. "BEHOLD THE SHU'S." nrch-tngcl- 's to-- 1 lowly-bed- GEN. JOE WHEELER lo-da- y d cver-slne- e PRAISES PERUNA, I 1 The Great Catarrh Cure. to-da- y well-know- n fishing-smnek- s pur-osc- - ' "' .lis-an- d i e. n, ?"' s 1 - lis-ear- ly H- Peru-ni- l as n tonic, and am glad to testify that It has gnmtlv hel-United States Senator MoEnory. strength, vigor and uppetlte. I mo lit ham lion. S. I) JleHnery. I'nitwl States Won advised by friend that It U reSenator from Louisiana, savs the- fol- markably efficacious us a euro for tin lowing in regard to almost universal complaint of cuturrh. " V. N. tllisiuh, Lurlmoro, is an excellent tonic. I North Dahave used It sutlleleiitly to say that I kota. bolievo It to Ihii1I that you claim for It A free Wxilt on catarrh sent to any S. I). McHuery, New Orleans, Louisiby Tho nddro Drug M'f'g ana." Co., Columbus, Ohio. d n JOE Wlll'I'MUt'S (HAW Major General Joseph Wheeler, com mitndlng tho cavalry foicesin front of Kautlngo nnd tho author of " Tho Santiago Campaign." In speaking of the great cuturrh remedy, says. "I join with Senators Sullivan, Uoiieli nnd McKncry In their go.xl opinion of It Is recommended to me by thoso who have used it as an excellent toulo und particularly elTeqtlvu ns n euro for catarrh." AT SAN .HUN HILL. United Stntos Sonator Sullivan. " I desiro to say I luivobccn taking ni nn fur some time for catarrh, ami Imvo found it an e.xccllutit medicine, giving me moro relief than anything I IV-- havu over token. XV. V. Sullivan, Ox- ford. Mlsx" United States Sonator Roach. " IVrsumlod by a friend I have unM a h, "' nn-s- l d 1 e tfi V L - J after-irtinu- const-Silen- ce. gnr-incu- ts Your flair of now-returne- uip-tur- e -- , over-fon- d I i wan-djjrlii- jr h s, - 50,-00- With Shampoos of mod-est- , H g QWPFT "PIIlfTt' ANTs &111JHM. 1UUU JX-lX- scalp when all else fails. and light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy Y SOAP t . Ilus-tla- n Par-rtenil- e " sur-,'in- ir and freo from nvory hlemlsh Is tho skin, sealp, and hnlr cleansed, purlfle.1, and Nuutl tied by CUTICUItA SOAP. ItrntnoTes tho causo of illsllgurliiK cruptlohi, lost of hair, and baby hluinlshci, viz.: Tho clogged, Irritated, IiiII.uiilmI, or hIiikk'Mi roadlllou of the rOKES. Ct'TICUUA SOAP combines dnllc.ito emollient properties derived from OUTIOUItA, tho great skin cure, with tho purest of cleansing ingredients anil most refreshing of llowor odors. No other medicated so.ip over compounded Is to ba comp.iroil vvitli it for preserving, purifying, and beautifying thu skin, sr.ilp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic soap, howovur uxpi'iinlvu, Is to ba cotoparwl with It for all tlio purosos of tho tollnt, bath, and niir.mry. Thus It com-blaiminoly, 23 OUSTS In OV1! 80A1' at ONE I'ltICK tho host nkln anil complexion so.ip, anil tho best toilet und baby soap, in thu world. cs 1 Hot tmtlu TTlth CUTICUItA 80AP to c)eaiuo tlio mL.Hi, RCiitlo niiolnttngs vvitli CUTICUU.V OINTMKNT to licnl Uio ;ln, snd mild (Iosch of CUTICUU.V UK.sOI.VKNT to fool tlia blood. Sold throughout tlio world. l'rlco.TIIK S1'T,$I23; orSOAf.tV.j OIJtTMEST, BOc.; BESOIA'KST (half sUe), 60c. l'OTTEU DllUd A CIIKM. CORP., 8olo Propfc, SoMon. Scad for "Uovrto IUto BcsuUtui Ualr, Haudi, oud akln.M uiullea free, Speedy Curo Treatmont for Itohlng, Burning, Scaly Humors. -- E59 hi IIANNA ONCE MORE. "Thr After ' tin) PAGAN REPUBLICANISM. Tlie Kit-mi'i- HOUSEHOLD HINTS. lln. Itt'liiriiN (o Look l'ri'llf Mini .toll. All ('tiiiililne lo I tin- - i.i rr In I li( Ilr,ol ul Ailnilii-ltr- Ion. (letting their Inftplrutioii from II Is nntiiriit Unit .Mnrk Hiinmi should lie km 1ft to reply to the htatiiutiilt. of .Mm I:. Mcl.oiiii rclutlvo to the recent the rorakors iiud Kuoicvelts, tho little or of tho lopiiblloaii i u r t in all lunvy hUrlukiifjf of Mock allien in paitH of tho country ato Jolnlii"; in givWnll Mi eel, ur, Ipileril. In' is to miniver ing nil Hie to tho roiiibIioan party mii. nml all iiMi'itloim of evil icMiIt- -, and Its iiilininlMititlon In HiIh Mylc: i Imrjji nble to trust nmnoK)ly vi iw t rl "With a vilieiU orop of over "oo.uuo.uoo ea tral ..ml iiuwuifiietiiie. buhholh, a oorn orop of over 2,0UU,tNK),0UU U Urk lliinim'K llnt ilutj to IiiihIicIm and other crops in piopoitiou, tl.o Inula nml to Hint tiny tho thlo of prosperity which has hot in itiuluUiJn tlir iloiuliintlon iniulc jiurkilili in thin country ma bo expected to go -'.- -. de-fcM-- y It M.ih for till iiiiii)M Hint he went Into public life, laklnif llifliiuliTkhlpof tin- icpulillcun jmrty In oieli r to look lift, r Ut lntfit'tuf flit trimt. lliiima liiid no lioiifnt aiulillloii for lti;ltliiiiiti distinction in Ann rlfiiti n!licn. lie Ik tho Inoiiiiilile pimlui't of a political party Mirrenilirul to ciimincicliillMii. l In- part ht? piny on tin national otitic l mlily tlint of llickyiiilk'atfh' man of - tliclrtotitiulof tlieiciulllcnni(iiiy. on tlMi)"." That Ih tho Myle. The fnrni'r tuny iiliuit and tho rnln limy water, hut nloni, pUoUi tho liiorence Mo-Klul- ley IhihIiich.. When Mark JIhihih tajik up Mr. Mo Jvlult nnd eleotiil J in to l lie prool-ilenc- y of tin- I'nltid statofc lu unknot Intent uhui rondcrlii tho beat mtvIcc to hiK parly and pooplo. Ho Mitncn-Ini- r - 3, r would Ua MiVmervleut to tlir truKt. When u HftMiinotl tho liiuiiMLfc-inrof tho rcpiiUlli'Nii hniloiiu! it vm not ilone for tho pul In- - jfimit or primurlly tlirnujtli wrt ii. It unk licoiuiko HiIm luii!cnliip ji'nooil tho imrt rilim In tho hands of tho trust. And when Mark Ilanna IhhikIiI IiU way Into tho 1'iiltod Statin i to ho dill so, not that ho wan am- nt ilr-iiu- tin truM., knouiiiic tint .Mr. Mo-lwiil-cy tho pt'ihonilloatioii and embodiment of the republican parti. I!,lt wo need not wonder that the little AN EVENING CALL. untto In t IiIk absurd ascription of all power nml j'lort to paity when tho II row ii I'oiiml I'crUliin Dentin' Ilia wise uieii and Iutooh goabnul t lie counWife nml Told .Mr- llrtmn try Kltiiif' all the praise for cery (ood All Alioul It. think' "'"1 for many things tliat arc not froutl to the Hirty pod. "I railed on l'erkini last evening," A few ilny ago Soimtur I'oral.er not Mr. llrovvn. "Did you have a plcanant time?" inquired only attributed all our iroH'rit. mi arutps, but dtelNrof! that Mr llrovvn. even If the chief of tlirwe inoiimiroK win I "N'ery. Perkins was boating his v. ifc lien eui m " the mother nf I rust it vins qn Ulispeak-abl"WhatT" "I sy Perkins was licatliiR his wife, hut of lib MiiifT. and that its abandonment ooure lie stojipod when I tame in." oM'ii In part vvotilit l)riiiiiH)ii the coun"Will, I uluiiilil hope o " try Idloiiess, Miuphousis, lulu mid all "I Ifgxul him to s'u riKht on, but lie taid sorts of win's and oalamltlon. ftotne otiur time would do just as well," "You henccd linn to kooiiJ" And a llttlo Inter .lulfc N'hsIi, one of "Why, ye. tho Intellectual luminaries of the mit. you know." I didn't want to stop the fun, In Ohio, said to mi audience that was "Oh, vou brute!" "l!hr ualtliis.' to l.onr Hero lUiiihCvlt: "Much "Do you mean to so v you could have looked of the j,'ront iraln of our country Is.nl calmly on vvilile he beat his wife?" tribiitablo to tho restoration of a tarill "Certainly. Why not?" mk H If there is one thing on wntch the housewife prides himself, it is tl at of having her laundering done nlcJy, so that the vvcarliigapparcl may be the admiration of all. The washing Is n small matt'., any one almost can do that, but to have the linens present that flexible and glossy nppenruneo after being ironed requires u tine quality of starch. Ask your giooer for a coupon book which will enable you to get the first two packages of this new starch "Ited Cross" trade mark brand, also two of the children's Shakespeare pictures W painted 'u twelve beautiful colors as Y Our )vvii Vulcnno, natural o.- - life, or the Twentieth Cen"When I was - on the Pacific coast." re tury (llrl Cpjendar, all absolutely free. marked the new- hoarder, "I noticed several This Is one of the grandest offers ever I'nited States army Ihixci packed with Do made to Introduce "ited Cross" laundry large mercantileyou think tliev" could have tstahlidiinent starch, .1. C. Hubinger's latest Invention. rescinded the man in black sus- - I'ltt'S fltlCII, irk laborers rnt on a curbstone eppojbAI ic Muieum of Art and fc'ciuice in Newwf rk, eating lunch out of then pails, foine hinlditiir. .ini mm r.r .i.. colicl h'cr think they d put up Fliur just to Lapp dead ho.',-- , nn' a otlieH iihures in." "Imhde. no," uphed . i. , uu. uii: umiii mIR units cut into the wmd s the tintjfcl above the hrt innUpr namesf.,n i. av" said ll. Jut the words, and iirpni!v n snl Vh lenco succeeded the puzzled exprev of sioiYtW Ills face. "Sure, I hav it." he said. , "ThYJi IS the name av tlm mmnMnr. ' 'made a good imp, fnr iim ..,,.. I'atilBfin gravU the stone vure Aeschvlu. So. cncles, Herodotus, Sorr.ite, Thu. ,,' and Dcinostliuus. ban IVaucisco fir stj A-w- "irn IV Al i . iff 1 I j-- eVv.'-T- r- "they were probably shipped to faviau." "Hawaii?" vou know there a little eruption thet"." Chicago Kvening Xewj. 'o," "h; i 1 -, ton-publlc- vv m e ate quick to appreciate merit. The Dewey ieleliratiiiii prove that, and it is a)iiin forcibly in the pi .use a nit conlulcnce whuh is anonled to Hostit tor's MoiiMt.li Hitters, one of the moot mer itorious remedies ever compounded fnr in digestion, constipation, Inb uis aver or kidney dicae or any tioul c nn-in- g fiom a wcik stomach. If you have a )6uu stomach don't fail to tiy it. Americans IIciifj Celi'liriitlun. n, rollllcliiii'i. Point nf Vlrvv. First Little fbrl My pa wiys business is hoing to Jmmiiii light along now. Second Little (iirl-- My pa says business is going to be aw ful dull . ;l guess my p i know , for he a poly tikan, nn lie s jus gut a nr.iniiivnition'" 71 gutss mv pa knoim best, for he's a too, an' he's just lost a nommyua-ttoIlaltunore Tunei. poly-tiKa- next." "1 tliuiiKlit you had nt least a spark of mm-hooleft. 1 upot- - you will he beating me d cnblwRe with inc." "Ve, I think I could if you would play "Yo. That is what Perkins and his wife were doing." "You hornd thing!" San Franciico Examiner. m "Hay tnhl-asc?- A Texan Juiltre, In one of the remote counties of the Panhandle of Tixas two lawyers were trying a a of peace It iie before theju.tice flics the the nearnt was CO mile lawa to trow book, and the attorneys differed, of courte, n to the law upon the main tliecase. Thiy wire tryuiR the ea.r without the intervention of a lury, and ho honor, who conducted a gainliluiK Louie in connection with hn hotel, saloon and livery' stable, was in doubt an to what his decision ought to be. Finally Miller, the plaintiff's eoiiniel, olfcrcd to bet Houvir. tho defendant's uttorucy, 10 that he was light Hoover did not happen to have that much of the circulating medium concealed about hu person, andwas naturally- - at a lo how to parry this forcible argument The court waited a few moments on Hoover, and finally sold "Well, Mr Hoover, the court has waited long enough Miller's proposition seems to he a lair mie. ami, suue you don t ut up, I will ilfi ulr this caie in favor of the plaintiff."-- . in i- In (lit-- Mlillnnil Itoule. Friday ntgtit, at iu ;') p. m., a through 'lounst tar for San Francisco. otrrying hrt and second class isiseiige. hives the Chicago, Mdwaukie A. St. Paul Itailvvjy Union Passenger Station. Chieigo, via Omaha, Colorado Springs and Salt Iake City (with stopover privileges at Salt Cty), for all points in Colorado, Utah, Je;ad and California. The Tounst Car berth rate from Chicago to San Francisco is only $0 00, and the sleeping car berths should be reserved a few days in advance of departure of train. Through tickets and sleeping car accommodations can be secured from anv agent In Jhe -. or by applying at the Chicago, Milwaukee L St. Paul Depot or City Ticket Oiliies in Chicago Send for our frre California folders Address (leo II Heuflord, tlen-tra- l Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. To Every California Nearly always these operations become necessary through neglect. If the menses arc very painful, or too frequent and excessive, get the right advice at once and stop taking chances. It will cost you nothing for advice if you write to Mrs. Pinkham nt Lynn, Mass.. for it, and if you let the trouble run along it will surely cost you a great deal of pain and may mean an operation. Miss Sarah J. Graham, Sheridanvillc. Pa., writes: "Dear rr .mi t . T- 'uiea. Tl. rr-' Tr. Vlni. J i.Ntii;.n ; i nau SUIlCrUUl IOr SCV' years with fCmale troubles and r?SSp liberal h"iI 41 FLJj doctored until I was discouraged. I felt wretched and tired of living. I had dis- ease of kidneys, bladder trouble, dropsy and bloating, had womb trouble nnd a large tumor had formed; in fact all my organs were out of fix. " Seeinga woman's letter praising your remedies, I wrote to her and she begged of me to try it, telling me all that it had done for her. I bought six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and now cannot express my gratitude to you. The tumor began to come away in pieces and I got better all the time. I believe now that I am entirely cured. "My doctors could not believe it at first, as they all had told me that my case was a hopeless one, and no human power could do me any good. They were astounded. If I can say anything that can help other women, I shall bo glad to." It is not safe to wait until the last moment. Head oil trouble by prompt attention to it. Don't be satisfied without Mrs Pinkham's advice. 1 1 ' T UE very word "'operation " strikes terror to a woman's soul. WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS ' Fi illu-trat- nl Aw yCTII itjti iJiA w' t' . n Ann-hzmnmwmAwwwmmwrw. w V4 MAMMOTH 1 -- 150-132-I- Si &&li J 64-1661 162 A would lay the world at your feet," he exclahmd Hut she looked at him icily and "I Miprrfluoun Sukkc stlon. , j r 's-ssssm-i gm1 WCA60. . . "I see no reason for troubling you, Mr ' Dodby "Unless the law of gravity has been unexpntedlv repealed, the earth :s there W ashirgton Star. j klrtady nturnid 98c. --- FOR A PAIR OF CANT LACE CURTAINS. Mho markets of Europe lt- iji V - -i -- ous. Ionic lsi-iimliin- s l'our Montr." sin "Dig The lepubllcnii party begot tho "trust," nml since the oh"sprlng has attained itn triow tit it Iuih In tin ii lven the nialnntay of the republican party. A falling out Dotwccit them would bo n stiango Cliuttnnnoga .News. af-fll- ' m t) Thp.lohn.M Smyth Co of Chicago are )& i ; ,,.. a great ilc.u of attention to dev imping m & s 9 a t.- t minga ub tiade thiuiighoiil the West and booth by poaoiDio V 3v oniy mi n .1 v,j', &KI mail. The lonieru i one of the laigist in vviii Alabama, Arizona, Atkan stain . '. v.a8fv J. 5?N iiuusos in vi it; iuicusiilritish Columbia. Colorado. Florida. the City of Chicago, and has been well and patd'&ji capacity. To favorably- - known throughout that city .skvlWV-orgii- , Iowa, Indian Territory. Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana Michigan, the North and West for many years. Hie' Kan-a- s : runs onon iiiuuns are now ready to mail to any readey of this eviiniie-oi.viitiMippi, .iisouri, .Montana, Y'.l 4..,. J f I r a f mlt tr 4ftt isji .North iitv uviiuio pjH.r on lecupl of 10c, to partly uy po-- t .Manitotia, .New Mexico, .Nelu Ongon. Okla tarmina. North Dakota. one dollar in money. Ki or cxpieago and as evidenee of goeid faith, their mauimoth eatA'ngue, which i hnina. South Carolina, South Dakota, Tca, Wyoming, illustrated description, and pi ices of I tah, irgima, Uiscotuiu, nere. for tntance, laanolcrlnecx- W aslungtnn. For full infurnntion and pir every' conceivable urticie and uceetsily nied-etraonllnary In lace curtains, lit to ndorn tho window of nuy liouehoM in the home or on the farm. '1 he ten cents titulars as to rate, routes, tukets, limits, They aro American net In a beautiful wild for the mailing ol the catalogue is ai ytopover privileges, etc, ca on Agents scroll doslen. aa exact reproduction 1 our Houte," or addrcx the underlowed on the hist purchase amounting to "llig Hns It Been n Dood Little Willie While Uncle Mark Wns Gone ? wj-i.of rcil lrWi iolnt. which, when lmng rm .i is"st iiu 'i signed W. P. Denne. A. (J. P. il T. Act.. 5100 or above. Every one m tiding for th ' ., Ti at your window w scarcely dlstln Xsfi Aft: eata'tue will aIo let cue their month'v Warren J. Lynch, lien. Pais. & 'Jkt. Atft., irom mo oriricu minor ini-every inouih. Peo,. e Cincinnati, u. They aro 4G luetic iwlilo and ut free bitinti for rnatorlHl honor or mloiih law mi fashioned as to be beneficial to gnir)outside of large citic should send i r s Ion'' nnd wo fnriiKh them living ft ; n hU couMttHcnU' lilto or ecru, nnd IfthU bargain vii." .? b but tlmt he Antciloan Interests alone. Hut much the John M Smyth Co. catalogue and com I'lll. fur 111 l'lipKiiii, T2 .j ilndnnlpnmnlmln I. new bo own Id t arf prices quoted in this catalogue for ull Doctor Well, mv little fellow, you have Hirful to the tnintK more of 11 Is due to the determination ixcULz" your expectation rtirii-of -on the floor of the tcnate. of the American people to maintain in- dry geHHln, lioim consumption. Iiardwaie, got mute well again I was vurc that the pill groicry. notion, ifothiiig, etc., I left vou djs'c refund tlio money Mark Ilanna U not A pleasant fljfure violate and forever a Miund and honest with ptirei which they aie wying Headers tqke them would cure vou Haw did vou Our price per pair in watec or in eake? Is only In Amrrioftn publlo llc. financial Twlicy in this land." who send to John M. S'niyth Co., 150 to to ctmtrniplnto la'ttle Willie Oh, I u- d them n my pop100 W. , Clneago, for their cata ht gun. St. Louis Republic. He elands for all the ovll development Because of this republican tn rill" ami logue shuuld not fail to mention this jiaper. In that life brought about bj ihelouir-lii- of a republican financial Mllcy which j Do Your I'Vcl Ac lie nml llurti; of pulltiral utandards conniitutin has not yet emerged Into the peiccpllblb low listed "So, sir," said n p.iMcngcr on n steam-rdiShake into your shoes Allen's so doplureblo a pliam1 of reront eat. Judge Nash dci larci "The Uiicm-jilojeto the captain. "1 am not seasick, but a iioweler use- wholesale prices everything feet. It nut.i tight or wear no longir Idle, Those who I am eliciiiteil with the motion of theves New Minesfor theUisv lie is the antiihrsls of tho American are tccl Lure torus. Hun- is on onty iuc. io parxiy pay post- oi ionp. Swollen. Smarting. Hot. Callou-- . Sore. slatinioan of this country's boiler and worked only half time mid for half pay-ar- set. Uliio Mate lournal. ago or oxpressage. and and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and hhoe evidence of good faith now reaping a full harvest." purer di.j. Tho principle controllinjc -- ample out I 1CI.I.. Ad- In Luck. First Dear fiirl "I hive no Stoics sell it, 'Jjc. tho IOc. is allowed on first Ms public orvlco Is that of felllsh doiu-tlo- n When the little organs are told by dress, Allen h. Ulmstcd, I.c Hoy, N. X. friends to speak SI.OO or above. Our monthly grocery price list free. to the almighty dollar. IIU real eiieh great lights that "the uncmplnyoc "Lucky fr..uds."-Li- fe.of" S'uoud Dear tiiri ponstlturticv is coiiiOM'd of intiiiimil-lioiiNlre- s aie no longer Idle" because MoKInle-h- as nrllllaiit. set them to work somehow without and liionojiollsts desirous of Cora Thre electric lights arc so hard on (4XlXS(!At2iA iuorrasing tho ntimboruf their million giving them employment It is no won the complexion. THE MARKETS. Dora Yes; one can see so well by thcni. and strengthening the fjratp of tholr iter that they forget Providence and Cl.CIVNATI. Oil. a Puck. monopolion. '1,'ho common people rcprr-M'l- it set up mi elliptical Joshoiue at Canton I.IVKSTOCK- -- Cattle common. t '.' Ml 6t 3 ft I IK) lie, 5 io Mark llaiinn onlj the mtitorinl with MeKinley at one foeus and a ting Select buicliers.. to l 'I lir I'ri'.i'rlpl Ion fur ClillU AI.Vt:S-K.- ur 0 ii n 6 TS to out of which to squoozo those tilings ttt the other nud continually burn IiO.iS Ciiiir nnd imkhI Ilelii nnd IVv-c- r W n bnttlo of Cluovi' TsTiir-Cllll.- i. :i V licavy if, 4 .A :o 4 ii) 5, scraps of paper before these objects of MixiHi Tovie. Uis simplv ironaml iiiiimieii. desired bj the s. lidlcates. ( I .V) I.lvlil slilpiitrn H TV ataste'iess torm Nni'iiv no oiiv Piiio.."a) This man, how e or. I. sirlngn ool thrlr pagan Idolatrv. Chicago ChronSlVl IS 4 0 SIIKKI'- -l ll0.ee TO Ml 6 0' I.AMIK purjMisp in Aiuorloau politics, lie l icle. iirinir I I.Ol'K 5 10 41 3 TO An affair between jinze fighters is umlly Winter patent sickening the people of slnlemmnslilp Ta UL lillAlNW lHem .N'o.S reU.... called a null, though it i.itild he more annro- W) JINGO GABBLE. Send your name and address on a () No 3r for tho benclH of the rloh at tho c & Tl rpnately called a windmill. Baltimore Amer , I' .rn N J mlxeil ii. 3i ponvo uf the poor, lie is causing Amerg postal, and we will send yo.i our ican. No Spi-rni- l Oni Nn .' 5 IIiikIi 1'rruir nf Mmiilll If you will t ican gorges to rise at the developments Hie () page illustrated catalogue fre;. $ 00 Cold-ITo Cure One liny A Who Difenil loi-- V line to choice Wl! possible (o prostituted polltcis. Ho U send us 25c. I'HOVlMloNH-Menspark.... Take I.intiv o Hromo Ouiiiino Tablets. All AIO i rln iti. 5 ST', WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. proving the danger and degrudntlou druggists rof uud money if U fails to euro. "5c. I.inl .. we will send HU. ".'Kit- -- Uiuico dairy 4t l 17G Winchester Avenue, New Haven, Conn. g to n mrty which suboidlnato.n you Dcmorcst's ri'olL- creiimery Sensible people, whatever may be ft iV, There is nothing more to a e irliiclilo to pelf. When Mmk Ilanna their private Family Magazine to the question Al'I'Ll.s liolee to lancy..,. 3S ffi'M gill than to retain home from a lug town .. ... I 'ii ti I 3) lollros from publlo life he will have nt issue-- , are opinions asboth weary and I'OT.VIOK.s-l'er- brl with a new wrinkle in style and tind that it becoming for three months CI11CACO. builded bettor than he know. He will indignant over the vulgar has pteceded her. Atehuon lilohe. and brutal I'I.nt- '- Winter patent and give you two 3M ii 3 0V have made It impossible for man, years IlKADKItS OK THIS I'APKU T3 a No. 3 rut liHAIN Wli-- ut ti denunciation heaped by orators uud orhandsome pictures In We think Piso'a Cure for Consumption is No. .t Chicago sprllitf 01 to witness a rope tltlnn of Ilannaism an gans upon everyone who expresses a l)i:Slltl.N'(I TO IIUV ANYTHINa OHN Nk '. 3.". the onlv medicine for I rughs - Jennie ADVKUTISKI) IN ITS COLL M.N S tll'i ten colors, exact repro llieconirollliigfactorln n jiartj to which doubt as to the wisdom of the ndmlnlb-trillion's- ; A'lN- - No 8 !3 1MU. ! Pinchard, Springlield, III., Uit. 1, SItOULIi INSIST UPON HAVI.NI1 8 n .lie people had llitruntcd tho inannge-mon- t l'DItlv -- tess 7 as ductions of famous oil WHAT TIIKV Afelv OIt, IlEI'l'rflNa Philippine policy. Tho 6 10 of nntloual iitTnirn for the best taele la disgraceful mid It will rcm-- t I.A1CD hlcuin paintings, They are 8 ALL faUlthTlTUTKS OK lMlTA'tlO.NS. When n rich hanker sign notes they may NI'.W YOR1C. Interests of the nation St. I.ouls seldom be protested, hut it in iv he ditierent by J J Inches. This offer upon tho cause iu the behalf of which it I'l.OUU Winter liatont 3 CO if he kings them. Plnladclphii litiord. WIIHAT TsV iirecl of this great family magazine has been presented. Tin's Is a free coun- lOKN-N- o. No liiixul -40 14 OH Is only good for 60 days. try yet. we hope, and honest eitlzcn KYI. PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. Don't Neglect a Cough. Take Some Hale's OVTI, Mlxol Iloncu nf Hoichoiind uud 'l'ar mstanter. still retain the right to their npiuioui I'OIIK Nuw mess Write to 0 O) U. P Ml Pike's Toothache Diops Cure in one minute. Ohio rcpuhlit.ii are glad to see mid their conscientious utterances. ', 5 T3 6 KV I. A DCMORCST'S MAGAZINE W will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCK llaiinn hack prowilcd ho has brought Tld sooner tho administration calli HALTIMOItl CUTS or any OTHER CUT shown In an SPECIMEN It b said there is no fool like nn old fool-- but Art Department tho gieonbacl,. Albany Argus. 3 fo 3 3) olT its newspaper uud other champion BOOK, at or below quoted prices for hiiuo thcic are some young ones that run a no Firm avenue, mv york city TJ, r TJ '.'rut Mr. IIiiiiiiii'm asiorllnii that tho engaged In this abominable business UKAIN-Wliiui-- No close second. C lucago Daily News. A. N. KCLLOOO NEWSPAPRR CO., Tl Southern TOi.C 311 trusts aio natural and beneficial is true. the better for its standing with the :tsiii .1.15 W. l'lftu St.. Cluclunutl, o. 30 Huts No U wnllo VJ Q Fach paekage nf PUTNAM FADFLFSS It Ik alwayh uatuial for greed tn'asscrt country at large. There Ib no possible Kie-N- n "western DYJ2S mlors cither Silk, Wool or Cotton -- first nunllty itself, and greed Is benefited by mo- excuse for trumping up sprcadcagle CA'l-rt- .' I W a a (i perfectly. Sold by all druggists. S IX) 5 30 BPJiJiUjBiiiraiiifoT;ti KWti 1 nopolizing combinations. St. Louis fervor or maudlin hysterics, 'I he ques- UOGh-Wust- crn INUIANAI'OMS ' tion Is one of expediency as to which W,S Bcst V5 Uso Wheat No. s ret.... g--j comiort ir J ouaon t usoiland time, 8.m hTdruccl-t- . fr Whciic.or a democrat insists that every citizen limy express his views .no .' mixed, ijmironnse Llucago Dail --News 5 fct" I B I siji aT5TviHa T No - mlxeil USAmt01 HOiuothlng practical be done iu the way without Impropriety. All this talk such tt "---- mwml I.OUISV1M.B n1 A p'"! for free booklet Mllo It. of legul.itlng the ti lists there Is always iu Senator Ilanna has been indulging . 3 . V.VViV,;; .i' " ""' I ' Winter nmii Cut c. a 3 IU 'Mi t, Constitutionalinuirrn 1'nce, 75c. tn to tho elToot thut l.iirnpu will liUAIN Wheat iimciit reJ n icpiibllcan clone by to oehlm that A. N. h. K I W Chicago, CleteUnd, Detroit.' I 71 No. S . 1781 -- (rn .MIXCll . . ..... ... 31 Ui 3IH1 a i M the dciuiicritta are trying to make par- "hiugh nt us" If we abandon our presWIIITIKO TO AIIVintTISKIlr d lieu flood.. UU lrlce , WUE.V -llfpHUoii forYoii. ,t'Ml-cWnrlileni.-- - is ' ent pulley is feeble nonsense. Kuropo 1'OltIC-Mftisan jiolltlcH out of tho agitation. (hat you (, Ueferenoev Km!BjUngs 111 the world.-Ha- mone of tne most 008tlv Junta .t nl'lni.e Yon. I'lrilculars.Cincinnati. O. ' pleinrIu lute puper. mm tiio --Idvcrtl.oHorn. Tliorop.ou, HUU'UoJI 6 b( ancnt till, Is not likely to laugh at the t'nltod LAltD-Sle- am Kansim City Times. Mr. Ilanna will not be able to .Slates and nobody would care even if persuade the people that ho ami his she did. We are not running this counpni ly mo the fclnocro ciioiiiIob of t iukIk. try to please Kuropo, and have no Inter-cs- l MhiIiii; Ii) Mull. To the North. West, Northwest, South- vest, South and Southeast. Selling dates! August lath. September 5th and l'Jili, and n iMutiei .id ana litn, IhW, at one tare, to authorized points in the fol- I us 5.' 00 ,M' M.. fm&J&i t'and r!toh tn hiluwith America eTWK $T ?mt m 5 Constantly haunting X.i m. ir 6si m VW& ilth '" m Lrri t" uargdius wnn inis our raiuc B Tt- I . '.J V.J i , a, vmitetix wmw'mr '' on-tai- l, I 8 a m&mmme . lumisnoa um&j .r m mimmw. -t i-Jjis'".f ?y rv s i -r 98c. at and gasp our mmm catalogue receipt as which is Foot-F.as- est to eat. e -- purchase amounting to MM8a8tM8MtSOTMtMC3MMM ll-- s 25c. iTPSEij w ? wss -- -- n 1 1 .-- H -- .. u. LIVE STOGK GUTS. HU-We- stern (TO Curn-Mlx- iit l'ost-Dlxputc- h. Barters ink -- ' "'if 'f r. TnilT rfl r n HI si r. or approbation to consult except our No amount of such gabble as wu refer to can accomplish any result save thai of discrediting tho gabblers anil disgusting decent men. Washington own. Post. EH aH H Au mm lai mmvi III 9 .AH I iH Ur I 1 rAM I H H IH H I A I aBl mU I D wmW kAul 91 H11 8H 1 bH I mw ! KB I 1 Mm - H I UFt m ijP IBIIPJItPntnN )s$vi nil li s 1 1 1 1 vu u"' Tcureriijney refunded by your merchant- so why not try it? Price 50c! t kZSJ r - w m .i !MataafJafjafcMBWi 7 ullj" 11 . . J"-'- ' - Unr Lumber to (Jo Aliroiul. fi-o- (lold .Miners in Trouble. C?o imi ell I'rot'uvriliiigft Coldest Place In the World, An order for 50 000,000 t of Southern pine, the largem tdnclu sale in tbe history of Mio Intnlier trade, for use iu tbe const ruction o of Cecil Rhodes' proposed Africa, Ib said to road in have been consummated, nays tho Kansas City Stat. Lumber dealers aud railway officiate interested understand that uegotiiitiniiH are closed and that twenty mills along several Texas and Louisiaim rallrnniln Affl tltlller fJOtltruOtH t (t fill the older. The mill owners! are said to be under bond to furnish the lumber within two years. Cairo railroad as proThe Gape-tposed is to be 0,500 miles Ion:, and ic one of the biggest enterprises of the day. (!apo-to-Oalro must take an oath of loyalty, and if they work their mines all the output must be turned over to the government, whiuh promises to give it back when the war is ended. If there is war the miners will be in a bad lix. They ran leavo the country but their mines will lie coulljcated. Thoy can remain but the output will be seizand Street Committee: ed. Politics Cuts Xo hardly nrobable that (ho gold mine owners and operators in tlio TransMiiil are anxious for war. If it comes they stand a chance if getting t lie worst of it. Late advices from Pretoria slate that an edict has gone forth informing gold mine operators that if they remain during war they It is Vorohoititisk is considered to bo tho coldest pine In the world. It is a small collection of native log houses, planted near to. but Kon. not on the Yaua river. The street, The minute of the last loeellnpl if so it may bo called extends on reuu, approved and signed. l either side of a narrow sheet of Tho following acootini were presi' water, a kind of croek formed by property approved anil signal the autumn overflow of the Yaua, L. 1. & W. S. Ellison, lumber Ac $11 aud which in winter forms a frozJ. K. Ilrown, for lumber, I place en promenade or ii. . onuw, ior i u in oc r, of for sleds. It is a driving place u. r. noen, lor Hauling, dreary W. L McCulchen, balance on street enough. Tho summer lasts only pay rolls for September, ,ti four mouths, and during the oth-eOn motion, check was ordered Issued eight months of the year It Is favor of Nick Holcombe for $1 60, error bitterly cold; tho thermometer iu assessment or poll tax. SO degrees The City Clerk reported that nlnce tli sometimes indicates seldom goes last regular meeting the following checks below aero and had been issued by order of the Major above 50 degrees uut II April itO. Hickman, Kv., Oct. Jd, 1H.1 Council nipt In regular session. em, .Mayor union, uouncliiuen hili Cowglll, Hoen, Wenru, Davis and To 1 t HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KhTAHLIHIIKO TOM DILLON. St., iSutrriaor toll 0 Human'. IHfifl, Prop'r, uVM.) AT k r m roars. ft Jlvui IJ W Marble and Gi anitc Monuments 1 o u :r, 33 1 nsr a-- , STOXB WORK of all Kinds, IUON KKNOIN(.,&r..&i Hiokman, Ky. I 114 KM AN WAGON CO., va.mii'ai H!hi:kh o - tiii: ';i..iiKATi:i Clothes anil Shoes. Figure. Tom Dillon, jr. painting stand plpn $ 25.Q) Toui Dillon, jr., ami paid by him We must pay more for our clothing and shoes this year than we have paid for several years We must pay more for our shoes because the Dlngley tariff .daces a duty on hides in order to en rich the great grabbing; cattle paBt. trust. ties placed by the same 'aw on wool and on woolen goods for the "portection" of our sheep raisers. And the increased cost will not be trifling in amonut. Every over coat and every suit, the tailors say, will be advauced $5. Ever,) pair of shoes that a year ago font $3 will cost $4 50 or $5. Multiply these advances by the .0,00,000 people who have several suits and several pairs of shoes apiece this year and the total trill represent a very heavy sum of money which tbe law takes from the earnings of all tbe people aud gives to a favored and protected few. The thing is worth thinking about. Henderson Gleaner. -- clothing because of the heavy We must pay more for our du- Because an ex convict Is a aud will vole that ticKet this fall is not in the eyes of Gov. Bradley, RiHicient ground for reThe storation to citizenship. Governor demonstrated this in passing upon such an implication tiled for the restoration ol Xiithiin Osborne, of Harlan county, who had sened a term in Slate prison for false swearing, lie said: "It is said that applicant was convicted of false swearing, but is now a fairly good citizen. I am also assured that he is a Republican, and if I will pardon him it will be another vote for the Republican party. I refuse." Similar petitions filed by Robert Cole, of the same county, and Brock Mundy, of Madison county, were prompt ly J. Tom Dillon, jr am'l paid bj him on gravel account, coou W. L. McCutchen, street pay roll for week ending Sept. lid, 35.6 V. for street work, ' aooo TO MY Fill KM) AN X IK. HiWwiiW Written for tho Hickman Courier. girl ituoU on day. l I'lrtutr on thr it lhi baauty uf tlir face tliat la) ltrli;lit ou till cantata unall. til kt tin lltla It S. lllot.l Tli lif'iily l.uik thr .Ma.lonnt "! That hf turiirJ ruqulrliiKljr ti lirr fiiinj, Ami mij '.Mi, ati.i mi ttn tin ftiil uJ Ioiik al Hip lctnrtilli Xmilotarri Hut lli'ii al Ut. "Why (II. I uu marry' If I could .Miit Hltliturli (kill. Thai Ria ouM III) till Uli' 1 woulil I' I lit ao raillaul. i MliJ Tl"1 " uu'1' "Ouj '"y mtrrl; lian.l Tint facr wa pilnt.J xlifn I a. J.uiii, ai loilimlj urrrlt 1117 flniirn hunit -It rhaM Ma all ttiouclita ot kIimihi. nJ It Kracnl mjr mothrr'a draoliiK room I haj altr for jrari (or uiii ilrar lac Tliat would laVr In mjr lira 1 ilia MadiHlna'a I'lari-- , Hut oi auburn lock, icrrt, thin and giajr Mi J tlirra rama a cliamir oi, lad da). An J Ad flr, iiiartrlrd ftitlrJ .ll, Lowgill, 4 W. L. McCutchen, W. I.. on gravel account, checks ain't paid 108 0i pay roll for week ending Sept. lOlli, 66 35l street McCutchen, street pay roll for week ending Sept. 1KM, -- .(' W. L. McCulchen, street pay roll for week ending Sept. 30th. 36 "0 Ou motion, same was approved by llir Council. The Supt. Water and Light plaut presented his report for Sept. as follows: ' To bal. In treasury Sept. 1st, $100.91, nqn tit " am't collected during Sept, Total, liy am't paid out during Sept., Uat. In treasury Oct. 1st, lOM DILLON, rejected. Dearth of Small Cnin. Gov-ernmo- JR The City Marshal presented the follow. log report for month of September: d .nni. friud ,rinin. laxes collecieJ, $1,007.00 "'" ' Ju ,"c lordiin, Tint )ou will not car lo lanj. noiu ireasurers reeript lor same. 'it ttundrr wby on iliould inarrjr 1 od a uoldrr '.llou In in) hull madr o I'lrllltt. of alHlrd (kill. $I'J- - 31 ll alitl iii lirari aku aouiattd ll 'Til ? 1ul Tkat rualr.l in) lrturr lotrl) KtanJ, ; Aud li vaa made lij our U,1 Hand $17'J.0'j , , H luui mj Mlntor luraaurr 2 , Btipl. aa lir' drarrat Iraaaura ni Ll. rrat lo l'"a "ECCK:id:3Sr, iCElTTTJOKY. .m XitW"'"'' OF AKTIIUlt MKKKS, u M'fliflf5fi Yon K (nntrinrr 'aiinot T?.flr.nra2 ! 1 THE CARTER CASE. j county. Tus hard, so hard to say farewell, fouud guilty by a court martini, of 'lo 0110 .o fondly cherished ; Hm future life was planned no well, a most stupendous crime against for the purchase Hut now, ulius hojH-- iini CUT HALL ACCOUNT. tbe United States Government,! law silverincreasing for subsidiary bullion of To bal per last report, $05) H9 Svill in memory Ills form we'll hoo and the people of the United coinage since 1S7G, when the By interest paid In September, HUi HpjirkluiK eye, l)Ls binilin laco, 3D 00 States, to allow him opportunity amount was fixed at $50,000,000 A Lslon hweet. now left to mu, $2y bV'f'iid one tliat time cannot enixo. to free himself from the charges Tub country has iincreased since Hal. to credit this account, arc faithful wo will meet him COLLEGE HONU ACCOUKT that time, two thirds in populas on review of the The Muster's voico has said To bal. per August report, $830 0 much more in the volfinding, the finding in all esseu tion andbank clearings and busi-nejam't paid In by W. H. Uallier, 3IKI0O "We'll think of htm as jant uxlivp, And Kone before, not dead. by ume of 1,130 60 tial details has been approved deuunds Wc will not call htm back niruin W, C. Johnson, C. T. secretary of war and confirm- iary but nil havo been for subsidtbe ifet! met from walk tho utth our feet lutvo trod silver On motion, it Is ordered that an eleced by the President, the new bullion purchase with the tion be held at the regular voting places law mu jiiiii rest, wwuouy rttit and capable mem- limit of $50,000,000 or A prominent the recoin-ag- in tbe city of Hickman on Tuesday the In tliu glorious uir.tiliAO of God ber of tbe Engineering Corps of O M 1899, day tbe pur ! s pvri-died. 1 J After months of delay, given the accused after he had been Tbe The question whether the shall resumo the pur lowing UCXERAL rUND ACCOUNT. chase of silver bullion is causing To bal. per last report, $1,780.05 at the Uy checks, tic, paid iu Sept , considerable discussion 970 97 Treasury Department. The only purchase proposed in any event Bal to credit this account, 818 63 is a trifling sum, Inantielpation of WATKR ABO LIOIIT ACCOUNT. the meeting of Congress, to meet To bal. per August report, $1,067 38 the remarkable demand for snbsi-mr- " am't paid iu by City Marshal, l,otl7 00 silver dimes, quarters and 124.38 halves which has been caused Ity interest paid in September, J'.', 840.00 by the activity of business. There has been no distinct authoilty of Hal. to credit tbls account, $1,281 38 y Dillon, Je., C. M. City Treasurer presented the folreport for month of September: Tom Ella Heatty Mrliehee, Cayce. Ky. Sept as, lb9l. 1 The Best in the World .Tliiho a .TIlNlttlitt One of itn MKMOHY SVLYKS-TE- la Buying Oae oi these Ranges! Stroticnt I'oluln In in Sou of J F and Laura Meoks, of Water Valley, Ky , was born Doc. ft. 18851. ami died Sept. --'9th, 189. Ills remain were interred at Ebenezer church, this ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! You'll liny no Ollirr. linker) HiHcnltH in I .MlnntoH Mtrht Hrcad In 40 Mhititrn. Btiyttic a "Miijt'Htiu" iihmiiih a lihvllmc of Hconotnical Cooking 'nll and K.vmnliM' TIk'iii. R. B. BH5VAH3D. Jliedferd ; court-martial'- S: Rogers X- - 11 s, WANT TO S KIil YOU e of old coins. Eight or ten the army, with a brilliant pros- years ago tbe treasury begun pect opening before him, Capt. working uu into new com a masB Oberlin M. Carter, was placed in of worn pieces, which amounted charge of Government works in to nearly 10,000,000. Cumberland Sound aud Savannah harbor off the coast of Geor Another Dangerous TruM. gia. Millions were expended by 7tb of November, for pose of electing six Councitmen for the term 01 two years rrom the hrst .Monday t: GROCERIES, Frcsli Meats, Hardware, DOOR. the government under the supervision of Capt. Carter, years were spent in tbe work, aud the result as shown by indisputable proof, was that he was false to the confidence placed in h,m betrayed bia trust, played into the bunds of unscrupulous contractors, drag ging the good name of the engi neering corps aud the army in the mire and virtually embezzeled Having pleaded the Here is a trust agaiust the merIn speaking of the evil tendency of tho day to create trusts and monopolies in every direction and out of everything, the Jackson Whig says: "The proposed scnemo of a number of leading railroads to estah lish stores at divis ion points is unfair to their patstatute of limitations to some of rons, and is a species of mo nop tbe .averments of einbezzelment oly It will take from the employthe full amount of which the Gov- ee the privilege of buying goods ernment was Bwlndled by favor- whero he can buy cheapest, anil ed contractors could not be as- give the companies practical coo certained by the trol of every dollar in salaries nor could tbe damage dono to Sa puid out. It will rob the commuvannah harbor and water ap nity of the trade that legitimately proaobes by inferior work accept- belongs to it by virtue of the cit izetiBhip of the employee, and imed by blm, be ascertained. pair tbe citizenship of the emTHE BIG CONTEST WITH- ployee to the, extent that he becomes a slave to the monopoly. DRAWN. It Is all very well to talk of "cooperation" in such schemes, but chants. court-martia- l, Closed Abruptly and Unexpectedly by the "ot operation" all iu one way when tho mouied InOrder of the United States terests go into a combine to "do" Government. -- in January, 1899. Ou motion, tbe Finance Committeo is instructed to ascertain the owners uf past due College bonds and have said bonds paid to the extent of surplus in the treasury to credit of College liond account Uq motion, the settlement of balance due on Water and Light pump Is referred to tbe committee on Water and Lithi with instructions that after a aatlsfactory test and examinations are made, they shall pay over to the Ludlow, Dunn Manufacturing Co balance they may Mud due them, out of the Wnter aud Light bond funds on band The following accounts for lumber nnil work furnished tbe parties by (be city for tbe purpose of repairing side walks, etc placed in the hanits of tbe City Clerk for collection, and when collected by biui' lo turn same into the city treasury, a other moneys collected by I1I111 are('. K Hoehn, for lumber and Kork, 10 10 ... , ... u 111 ilit r auu worn i.j i it u V. 0. Joknson, lumber for wnlk, 4 OT) Miss A. Sherou, lumber for walk, ft.oH 3 81 Mrs. A. Amberg, lumber foi wnlk, Mrs. C. h Handle, lumber tor walk, 1 17 Mrs. Lacy, lumber for curbing, 0 Ofi Un motion, the City Clerk was directed to issue and have served notices on the following named parties: John Klngwood, to replace the side walk torn up by him on Itose Alley, East lllckmnni It. M lilr, to have walk put down in front of the lot recently purcbaned by him ud Wabash si. Mrs Doilinol to ha e apemetit repaired in front of her lot recently purchased, on U. Case, W. Main street, West Hickman. - THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF 1900, the working man." American begs tbe Indulgence of those subscribers who bav entered tbe "Big Contest," beginning July 24tb, last, for a statement of an emhar-railin- g iltuatton wbich has unexpectedly Tin Soial-Weekl- y LouiMille's llig Ciirnhnl. The politics of tbe great political par-l- it are now blng formed and the candidates diseusied. The voice of the people as recorded by ballot at the approach' ing Presidential election will probably decide the policy of tbe nation for the Kfrry ciliien must study next decade the great question that are to eouie be fore the people This can he done only through the medium of a great uewspa. per. Now I tbe lime, therefore, for voter lo aubscrlbe for th bed and most reliable newspaper obtainable. The y Republic cover the whole field nf jiolitical news. While It is llemo-wercralic it publishes tbe news In regard to all political parlies without prejudice. lis telegraphic and cable news rvioa is anperior to that of any other paper. its special features are tbe best Iu tad, it Is the paper for that large etasa'of read ers who cannot atlord or do not have access lo Ihe daily papers Attention Is also called to the Kepuh-lio'Sunday Magaiine Its bait lone alone are worth the subscription price. It Is made up of special articles by the liest literary talent, embracing a variety of current subjects of In terest. News features of absorbing interest are illustrated and enlarged umjii. For the benefit of the ladles the latest fasti. Ions are handvomely Illustrated The He publio Sunday Magazine is always Interesting to eery member of Ihe family. . The subscription price of the Weekly llepubllo is (1.00 per year. The L. .McCutchen, and Mrs Geo. Wlburn,ag't of Hamilton heirs, to have the pavemenis Itepublio Sunday Magailne is 1 'IU per repaired in front of their lots ou North year, liotli papers are now being otlered at tbe eery low price of $ 1.60 u year. To Bide of Called street, West Hickman. seoure this low rule both must be ordered Un motion, the Council adjourned. and paid for at tbe same time. W. L. McCtiTciiE.f, : C. Attest, Address all orders to TUB KKl'UBLIO, bemi-Weekl- Queenswaro, (VM.,.i. Hay, Oat.s, Itran, Linic, .ul V. PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU. ........ s Sr-ml- risen. d Tbe United States Poiloffice Depart-meat Washington bas declared the contest illegal. From tbls decision we Lava found, after earnest endeavor, there is no possible appeal. We put forward tbe plan in the best of faith purely as a method of attracting new subscribers and without the slightest intention of infringing upon tbe laws of tbe land. Uut since the Government bas issued tbo order we bare no choice but to obey. Our readers will readily appreciate lhai tbls abrupt termination of tbe content entails severe financial loss upon us, together with intense chagrin, but it is nev ertheless our duty to bow before the law and in obedience to tbe command of the (Jovernment announce that tbe 'liig Contest" has been withdrawn and will not be mentioned again in these columns. The Semi Weekly Amkbican. Nashville, Sept. It, 1899. nt a iJf J. Axuericau capitalists havo just purchased two islands off tho coast of Cuba. Some people merely waut the earth. Oom" U a Zulu word, meuuiug "chief." Consequently It is ''Chief Paul" instead of uncle" as has been apposed by most of on who were up a jrp oo the witter, Every arrangement has I eon completed for the big fall Carnival, Industrial Exposition, Midway and Festival of Firo to be given in Louisville, Oct. 0th to 21st. Work on the carnival city In the is practically completed. vicinity of the carnival grounds there is block after block of nice booths, wherein tho most attract ive displays of Mercantile wares ever made iu Kentucky will be made. Throughout the whole State the deepest interest is being taken in this enterprise, which means no much for Kentucky's commercial advancement. The reduced rates are the most attractive ever, made for a Louisville enterprise, and judging from the amount of hotel space already engaged, the crowd Htruck Ills log itKuinst a c.tko of Ico in Huch a manner as to bruiho it rmvurely. It became very mucli Hwolen and p.nii-ohim ho badly that ho could not walk d the winter of 1M)7 Mr. Jan. Heed, ouo of tho leading citizonn und merchants of Olay, Clay Co., W. Va., DUKiNO St Louis, Mo. owgu -- ty&r'7 All persons t'oiiitt Forivur indebted to O. A. Hoi-comb- o without tho aid of mitchon. Ho was treated by phytuciauM and uud w'veral kinilH of linimout and two and ono lialf KuIIouh of whiskey bat hiiij,' it, but noth-inBavo any rehot until ho hfRun Chumberlain'H Pain Balm. This brought almost a complete euro iu a weok's timo, and ho believes if lio hud not used this ruuiedy his leg would h.tvo had to bo amputated Pain IJulm is for Hpr.iuiH, hriiiaes and rhuumii. tism. Forsalo by ( lowgill & Cowgdl, man, Ky., aud A. M. Shaw, State Lduo, Druggists. g us-iii- forward and nettle. Delays gerous. Verbum Sapienti. am untitled that thoy must como aro dan- Farmers Free Column. Under this heading will hereafter bo publiidiMl notices not to exceed (I linos each, from farmers who aro HtiWrih-ers- , who havo horses, mules, cows, products, seed, &c, for Halo, freo of charge. A good milch cow iiuiu cueiip. for sale and a C. Ii. ItosK. When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if ou know how. Ask the ticket nucnt for a ticket via the COTTON IiF.I.T KOUTH and vou can ride in n reclining chair car. without exirn cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can have a comfortable scat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Hach car Is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for theso 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. II you ntc tlilnklnt'of tnklriir trip, write and tell us where you are Kofnirnnil whrii you will leave, ami we will tell you how much your ticket will coat, wlint train to take so as to make the beat time ami connections, nml iinythiiiif else we ran that will help make our trip comfortable one An inteteitlnu tittle booklet, "A TKI I' TO TKXAS," will be mulled tree to nny address. 11 " aaiaawa aaaawaaiaawiaaaiawiiaiaiiiiHauw For Hale. Threo g(KMl mules, wagon and farm lig iuipleineiils. Apply to AI.KX. Itll'K. H. ADAHI, Travelinir I'aitcnucr Axent. CAIKO, II.!.. 12. W. LaBHAUMB, C.cn'l l'uas'r nml Tkt. Agent, HT. I.OUIH. MO. () Mules fur Sale. I'owoll warehoust) and vacant hi !. Threo good Mules and. two harness alongside. Few plows at hair pricol Mares, for sale. Apply to (Jin warohouso ami gin outfit comnletoJ will be a record breaker. .Ino. D. Mayks. Corn Crusher, huu torn Shelter, Fencol Loom, Warehouse Scales, all in ruu-- j 'ivory ami Nfiihlc. Powell Blook, Olirton St. Hay for Sale. John Wanamuker, tho merchant niug order. Mfmoy making business llolow and opjMMitu 11. H, bus-- i priueo of Philadelphia, has just closed nover failed to inu.ti money gin I havo for salu seventy tons of good Depot. Keups Surreys, Hugglos, a contract with tho Philadelphia Rec- ifcis. Most desirable lot in West Hick' allaviog purchased the Grocery Slock of ord for a whole pugo of advertising 11.au, old null comer, Fiuo large ilro ij U. uonuurni, wouni iih pieaieu 10 TTiiv. Tltnntliv. ftl'J.nO: Mixixl. fllnvor- Horses, &c, for hlro, J!vtiry accomo. all old frUndi to call, Freifi Ooodi aud Timothy, $11.00; Ulovur0.0Q, dation gtyon, Your patronage lolioiti space for ouo year, The price paid iv nuu uurgtur prooi wxo, 0(1 uauuK iirjufiiai M eiflM IVIflPlf ,P9Wtiii.Bio, fiOOjOOQ, For Mule or Kent, E. EAKER, :eaeral. (rcocer, THE STEVE STAR. Post-ollle- F'1 111 - Lv.