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TERRIBLE TRAliEDZ NKW DISCOVERY. 47 2ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi5 I 'ft g. oi Local and Personal, Mrs Kll.a 1 1 Fall luyday night Hertwu'k wmit Pnii,.n 0. F. I t & Announcement! Wo tire t!ni"l ( announce tlcil our VMAi OKI'T.IMNG'S oi Dress Goods, Jackets, Capes, Ladies SUITS, Millinery, nil line of 1HY (iOODS, SUOKS, CLOTH INfS, Fl'KXISIU INCiS. Arc, lire now ready (or iiispcclifiii. unci we invito your to tin oxoolli'tioo of our Mock. f v JU" And our g -O- UR SPECIAL DISPLAY. 3iS t. Of Ladies and Misses wliilej Imvo lieon Trimmed Hats priii-- o I lias ultnu'tci! miicli attenlion, and elicited from every one nriT. mm: Tim Millinery Department Mihh Covnti.f.o, Wo liavo this of in in charge of Mikh An' Kim.N(i:h, liy t. St. I.otiis, who was with t1 laM Spring. :i hoiight plon-- e mi unnsually large sto'ekof Millinery, and arc in position to L you, hoth ns to ntylo nnt prices. i ,ftor. jt .,'TyAu . Mtffk ., Our jn!,'iill '&2&M:, i Ladies, misses and. cniftiren's m VKbSvw niKk nae --- rr' i-1 - Jackets, Capes, Skirts, and Ladies Suits JKijB Wo handl" the celchmted IUCIKELI) gnrmeuts, which arc s( tiro unsurpassed. well known throughout the United Jntos. The mime is a guarantee of the (putlity. Wo show n very large ii5 Sale. Ijo BjirLaiiis at H. 3 Iliu'liaiian's Closing g .4fn. Iocliii accused Hversol of having robbed covery last week while experijffMT" l'Vcsh tneatrf delivered to-- any him, and said that it must end. An al- menting, and immediately went to V. M. Sii.wv. ltri of town by tercation followed, in which Hoehn work to tost the strength of their lp7f"-- . A.T Mitchell anil family of drew a pistol and fired, aiming tho shot newl.v round treatment. They have had two patients, and under their Sterling, Ky , have returned to into Kversol's bowels, but just at tho hu treatment both have entirely reshot, Kversol wrenched the pistol, do covered and now hate the sight of Oysters served in any trtylo fleeting it Wiar somewhat and the ball en the opiates they wore Atnh new Citv Hnkcry formerly tereil the hip, and resulted only victims of. 5rTlm Misses Furis will entertain, tho in a serious flesh wound. The two men Sfdurday Afternoon Kmbroiderv The treatment lasts from twen-tClub struggled over tho pistol, Hoehn strik f lo.iuorrow altemoon. four to thirty-pihours, and ing Kversol over tho head with it, but doling the course of this treatKversol succeeded in wrenching r".. iV".l4Mr8 Ernest King nnd Mrs finally piarlio Holcombe havo returned home mo pisioi irom uocnu s nanus, tioenu ment the patient is not given any then dashed out of tho door, and Kv opiates at all. The treatment and t.M .. .inn iu wii ni liuniHJ'inr irsol fired one shot at him, but Ilocn all the details have been given to the little daughter of Mr. tho Mississippi l(I Ml John Kuril, llf l.'i.llm. In .- continued his run into govern! to walk tho medical profession of Paducah river. He was seen by ft.irted dangerously ill with typhoid into the river, to look back once, then and a full description will shortly duck his head under the water, disap- be published in a medical journal. A Cairo, 111., firm is erecting a large pear, and was never seen afterwards, The discovery is a very valuable .ynrehouso opposite Hickman, on tho until his dead liody was dragged out by one. Missouri shore, expecting to handle the tho rescuing party. Hooiiu was an enterprising, active wr oi mat section. A (Jlrl in a ISnrrrl. man, for many years pferlUco ic Nay lor for best values m busiuess young tho Hickman Wagon connected with : Now ynes' lino Shoes Young fnqtory, and recently became the purpeople take queer WHys of elopchaser of tho Hickman Roller Mills, and .. ...1.....1!. ...1 .Itflll TTnit VfniH liad associated Kversol, a practical mill-o.r- , ing these dnyB. The most unique llfilieak at MoiilL'Kiiifrv Kflwwil ltm with him, but it is undrestood that and daring elopement on MIlLOll lit 7 li'eiiK'k--. in unmuipf .if tin. "" 1..1 lioeliu furnished all tho capital. The recently took place near record Black-welwiiio iieiiiiKnuir Ticket fiwts iw to the business differences beO. T. Jennie Harris and 1 The funeral of O F HiK'lui will oc- - tween the two men wo :lo not know, tfr 10 ii m today, from the resideuco but it is clear that Hoehn had been William Jacobs were verj much ' .J l 1? iieiigious service by possessed of tho idea, and so charged iu love but she had a father who u.'u Wr. I!H use 1. it t ley Hedey Burial at Citv Gem- - that Kversol was robbing him. It to was strongly opposed to the' understood that Hoehn's mill invest- match. He threatened to shoot ment; hazarded all his life accumula ' Hcr niton Leader: Mr. and Mrs. Tkiw. bis daughter's lover If tie showed wife is iaFiclds left nt noon for a tour through tions. Hoehn'sthis cuu-- an invalid, away himself on the place. One night in Texas from and wo hear iff Wcm They will spend tho winter tliu news its to her health left linn they planned a coup. Miss HarZZm PL(i Angeles, Cal., on account of ill that no hope. These conditions, some think ris was put in an air tight barrel --3,!i'ulthof lsith. rendered him crazy, and that he brood- by a friendly servant and the barOooil Calico for Sc. at ed over his troubles nutil ho determined and also to kill himself. rel was thrown Into the river to kill Kvor-Hai.tzf.ii A: LK)l)s. in tho encounter, togeth- back of the house. It floated Mrs. Ida Holifleld mid litHo nn if His action observation er with the of those associ- down the river with its cargo of JCltonvilIcs Tenn., are in tho city, ated with him seem to confirm the thehuman freight until near a bridge, iniwtH of hirr brother, C. M. Adams, en. ory. where the young man caught it pi to !ioinv from a visit to relatives in Hoehn was a member of the Hick- ;sei,'tral Kentucky. iniin Wagon Co., a member of the City and rescued the girl. They were r5Jjt-Mr- . .TohnMcninro and Mrs Jennie- - Council, and also a member of the K. married by a clergyman. In wait"S? i Ufi'0 bS,,t" of rtiis countv, wore mar- - j of P and Odd Fellow Lodges, and was ing, and left the country. .Later ' .. an activo, energetic, .worthyj .wii Ilia uin ttujmu. r nn iiiv IJ Z'"fyVlan"dliHill&,TiH'day cvn-- 1iu .C f hnilnceTUHilttt wt ftm39wr3tc4 Oi me uaring !.,.. wmhd iK wm .J&1 nPy-n- m" .sVJI escapade, sent won! dttliy(iic(i;ii(uuii (icscrvn every mesLsuro or property for ay on ng mini who had com liienced penniless, and his untimely lor ttiein to come homo and re liiijipmtvs "ind ceivo tho paternal blessings. death is deeply mourned. Keviembor we are sole agentK Mr Kversol is badly wounded, but for the ( legated Wilson Heaters. jg everything now indicates his recov ALVKMED FOK OHIO. L 1 iV W. S cry. He i admitted by all to bo a com Mr one who attends , petent miller, and Sai Luten, County St. Louis Republic strictly to business. Tho publio had is the purchaser of the new ga-- o If the usunl signs are worth anylinn yaelit, IMirl. built by Mr. Smith, no knowledgo of any unpleasantness tinbetween tho two partners, ami of thing, the Democmtic prospect engine luilder of Hickman, paid, iiswe hear. lM'iinr $.iC0 It- course entitled to no opinion as to their Clearly lioelin s mind was for carrying Ohio next month is l" pronounced by many to be the best- uulereuces frenzied on tho fatal morning ami nuwt lMatiful emit of its kind evThe far from being a forlorn hope. ' floated on the Mississippi. whole affair is deeply deplored. it Democratic harmony all along the line is the first and strongest BKYAN'S CAMPAIGN. sign and it is fraught with reasons 1 Stewart, of Padncnh, have tumbled upon a sure and Bpcodv core VI HltillL' fttfllllri III i. .... w, ll.Ju t ...... Tho community was startled Tues" jj. for the morphine, opiam and whin, -'- J.Jin J'resiilont has decided ltlK)ll day morning by an aJl'ray between C. xnursdity, Nov. HO ai Thanksgiving F. Hoehn and T. L. Eversol, partners in ky habits, and their dlscoery will the Hickman Holler Mills. Tho trouble no doubt add much to tho credit ."' He nry'IU'iiilev. f--Mr iiftor nil nli. originated about some business settle of the medical profession. The SftlOO of vend? weeks, hiis returned "to incut between them, and in tho uUitir News says they made their distjie oily !.. vr Shaw him a liirii Hint rr ninth. Call on IiIiil before buying ,, . . i ,i. u, jjunim anil lamily are n.-il-.,,-,-n- Dangerously Wounds T. L. Everaol. Hoehn Cure for Morphine, Opium am! Wills ky Habits. And Ten Drowns Himself. Drs. Horace Rivers and P. H. , sl y iv x ' -,- St t Orleans-Democrat- .. - ""''. X l. 3 ;5 e, LT. i - nl fi --V ,nri't,v W .i.-- eirhrf " .I .- -' . f- - iWJT.'l i ill I ' I t ( iini-per- Court-Mirk- - tin-pru- -e - S - - Times and Places Named. The route to bo tiixiti through Kentucky by tho special train completed by tho Democratic campaign committOD is as follows. An h Our ("ATA I.Otil'l1' of Wraps and Suit will he mailed to any addicts, upon plication. ap- L. P. i & W. S. ELLISON. 1 3 1 r 5? 4 441 II f 111111 IU 444 Ml III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III III I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 K DR, T- - TYLE3R, ESTATE e A (ieorgi.1 1 ditor wites this : "Many pugilii iu the country want to move to N'tfii ; iwoplo in many town old like toltve in the conntrv. Asa run), man's a fool; when it is" hot he w jilts it cool ; when it is cool he wants it i it ; always wanting what it is not ; n.r pleased with what he's got ; as a. rn , man s a tool fiKUUh sells Solid .Silver Tliim- bl- - at It) cents, for ladie.s . Yon must ' ' " ot send to get them at !"''- -'" ' ?" " r. .m, tu..,, as th. y sen for roc I .it ther places. Only one to each per- - t Su t Cask Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, AND L!SUIMNCIO AUENT. Speoinl uttontloii aivpn to the Helling of ltenl IChIiHo of nil kinds; IiiHiir-hiiemid icpiesentu n full line of the host nnd iiiuh.1 rolinble Kiro iu the Stale, and Hint ''Old Kdialile" CoinpiinieH doing Imisiuchh MUTUAL HICNKKIT .VK IN8UltAN(M3 '.10., thai has nlreaily. i,ilil out largely over j?I0(,(H)0 !ife liiHiiranoe in lliokiiuiu and vleini-IVnndif iHrtuiug the cheapest mill honl pollci of nn.v regular Lile hoIIuIih IiiMurauce uiMnpiiny doing ImsineHs iu this country. il patiotiiige. Call nnd nee linn. wish to express my thanks to the ln.'iutacturers ot Chamberlain's Colic. Oflira and Diarrhoea Kemedy, for luting put on tho market such a won- it.ifiU inedicuie, says W. W. MiLssin-gi- l of Hcaumout, Texas Them are ma' y thousands ot mothers whose clnl-dii have been saved from attacks of dy ntry and cholera infantum who niu t also feel thankful. It is for nli by t'owgill and ''owgill, Hickman, Ky.. ami A.M. Shaw, State Line, Drug-gii .. n J 15uy &c; your Carpois and Mattings Sale. at II. Hucliimnn's (llnciiuv Call and see our Stock. ,:vpv - iour it. r. thing up to date. rm.it. rrt. c. . iini.coniu:. l. i'ro't. c. jci ( .n. Mauy BkJ;km)k.s A- - Co. K& XCKMA1T IW ANK G. BICSIMAK, KENTUCKY. 5. Btrflett vA: (SuccffiKor to PifHlrllirink.) UKAtrn in Paid Holic.its I p Capital '$50,000.00 m Fancy 'jioconcs and Proi isions, HICKMAN, KGNTUCKl B(fi- - t .iiHfi.it your hiisincHH. i'Minii)i:n iMiniirs !io.ooo. Wo Lilierul Accommodation' oflur the nioul Willi Kh I f1 tO OUt (JllHtOUIOIH UoilHiHtOIlt It I i H ll IlI fail on acenormous, sats mi exchange. The number who would refuse to let goof a dollar if thev kut- posit icly that it would bring b.nk no is astonishing. Such men nn rely exist They don't, live. They m ter really amount to anything. The null who win are the men who think out tho right course to pursue, and then li.u!c up their conviction with their Inst. penny nnd their last ounce of energy. Tin llrst goods that John Wauiimaker cur sold brought him 15. Ho delivered his goods iu a w hei lb.irrow. He collect oil tho $:if ami went directly to a nett.papor otlke and planked it down foiudvortisingspaco. Soinonien would hiivispentfl fiOfoi dodgei-sau"saved" - -- The number of men who count of lack ot courage is Bunking PiinclplcH. the rest. mony, Roy. A. 0. Mooro officiating. The groom is, by trade, a sign painter, and the young lady, Tne Clinton people will vote on a proposition to tax tho city $1,000 a year whose heart ho has won is ono of Fulton county's prettiest girls. tor electric lights. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf will reside in SKOUKTAlir OF STATK FlNLEY Memphis. We wish for this haphas given tho Brown ticket the py couple a Ioiil' mid joyous jour-uesecond place on thoofllcial ballot, through life. Commorclal relocating the Republicans to the Courier. y ed to came ami settle tho same with K. K. RKKVKS A; CO. Sept. S7. es will bo made, six on tho first two days oaoh nnd llvo on the UHt day of tho trip. Mr. Bryan will come into the State at Cairo, on the night of tho loth, and his Hrst speech, a thirty piinuto ono Foraker, although ho is will bo mndu at Bardwoll, Carlisle making speoches for the adminis-tratiocounty. nominees, will not exert MONDAY, OCTOHEK 10. himself to restrain the anger of his friends, led by Kurtz, who At Burdwell, 9 a. m. e At MaiUeld, 10:15 n. m, that the recent vitriolic atAt Benton, 12 m. tacks made by McKinlev's Chicago organ wore directly inspired by At Hopkinsvillo, 2:30 p. in. At Central City, 7 p. in. Hanun. Added to those helps to DemoOCTOI)Kll 17. TUKSDAY, cratic success aro the t At Vrn uk fort, 9 a. in. and feeling enter At Versailles, 10:10 a. in. tained bv l.rge numbers of At Luxinglon, 11:50 a. m. voters. At Mt. Sterling, 2:15 p. m. Looked at through the glass of At Iiichinoud, 4:15 p. in. conservative estimate the chances At Staulord, i:'M p. in. for thn Democrats to overcome WKDNKSIJAY, OCTOHKK 18. tho 2vS,000 plurality cast for Bush-noi- l At llarrodsliurg, 0 a. in. two years ago appear far from At Shelbivilfe, 11 a. m. visionary. At Louisville 12:20 p. in. Wolf-At Sanders 5 p in. ilcrson. At Covington, S p. in. Last Friday afternoon nt tlm old homestead of F. XV. Keisor, Wolf, of Memphis, nnd All persons indebted to Sanders fc Mr. Ueeves by note or otherwise, as the pa- Miss Christine Anderson were per comes due. aro respectfully request- united in the holy bonds of matrill anticipated seventeen speech- who were dissatisfied with the nominations of the Zanesvlllo con- vention, has dlsappoared.and from all parts of the State come reports that Democrats are working unitedly aud zealously to achieve success at the polls. Factional bitterness among Republicans is not less pronounced than it was in '97 following the outcome of the fight oyer the Seuator-ship- . n for hopefulness. The temporary disgruntlement of a few leaders, be-liev- anti-trus- nnti-iinpeiiali- Aii No tice. third column. OX J T.TVLKU. 0. A. IJOMJ0.MBB. J. KAYLOR, W. II. BALTZKK J. W. OOWOILL, W. h. MOOUTUHKN, M. B. SHAW, bMEOTOIRS tar KH110 DEL1VBKV. Tolophouc oi No. 01; ! iilopce, No. 90. severely criticising Mr. Finloy's Supreme Lodge K. of 1. Dk. k. V. Mullen, the new action, which they say is without President of tho Baptist Theolog- Washington, 1). 0., Oct. IW). Uao and fare on tllo certifi- precedent and is intended to draw Innl Hmnlmiie at InniurllU i,..n .. otes aw..y from the regular Dom- - tered upon his duties. Dr. W. cate plan from till couitou stations of H the Mobile is Ohio U. K. uratio ticket. ir-U- Tlie'Democrnts are l, one-thir- d tuteitt line gone to Europe, r. Ii: BB2jSF vSSIiSi wyyawy.'jw' "wn.JL'-J- .u-iifc- -1" ,F .X .ill. . ju. , "'.V-W- J irn wmij,m m n The Iliclimim Gr.OUCti WAHIIKN. Courier OUR MINOR TROUBLES I'litOWicr. Sermon by Dr. Talmagc on Small U1CKMAN. yXX.UAXAJ-l.llJ.XAxax.l..lAJ.XJ.J.V KENTUCKY He Sn) Annoyances. It I Thriii? Wlilolt Ten I Clirl- m-t- ? I.i-iii- i I f Sun. OCTOBER Mon.'TuB. 1899. Sat.!: tliin riirllluiU nml ln tie of Trivial The Irrltiit ton. Wed. Thur.; Fil. i n Cop right, 150. by Louis Klopsch. i 8 1 '.J Li 2.i-2 23 24 25 26127 28 t i lL li 20 i 13il4 ' 21 it 529 30 9 31 i .... t 'r TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTT'PTT'FFt'M CURRENT TOPICS. Spain has more sunshine that any country in 12 u rope. At Santa Ana. Cal.. thcrv is a celery pardon of .f00 acres. The Smithsonian institution has a woman expert on lobsters nml crabs. Gen. Miles is an amateur photographer of considerable ability. A Maim: hunter claims to have once had his pipe lighted by a Hash of llj;h-ninjr. C ? It. l- -i f Akcoi.a, III., with n population of less than 3,00(. leads the world in the broomcorn industry. The khedivnof Htrypt draws a salary ten times as preat as that of the presi dent of the United States. (iKoisc.K Iltmir, the English bandmaster, has retired after 03 years' service with military bands. II lit a u Ckonk f New York is the only surviving pensioned soldier of the sxarof 1S12. He is 99 year old. Tuk screw of an Atlantic liner revolves something like 6S0.000 tima between Liverpool and New York. l.s France advertising posters must bear revenue stamps varying in value according to the size of the poster. '1 HE richest acre of land in the world Is thai near Lionsar. in Thibet, on which grows the sacred tree of Thibet. Two or the sons of James J. Hill are vice presidents of railroads. lioth have been carefully trained in the business by their father. Dkiei) orange peel, allowed to smoliron or an old der on a piece of red-h6hovcl, will kill any bad odor in existence and leave a fragrant one behind instead. Is a lioston school the pupils were asked to define arithmetic. One boy gave the following: "Arithmetic is the science of numbers and the art of complication." At Munich there Is a hospital which is entirely supported by the sale of old pens and nibs collected from all ..i, ... sfttccl of Germany. They are made Into parts watchsprings. knives and razors. Ckcii, ItuoiiKs' order of 500,000,000 feet of southern yellow pine from dealers in the Mississippi valley is said to be the largest single order in the history ot the trade in this country. Ci:cn. I'.iioiiKS regards marriage as a hindrance to the full employment of n man's busiucss capabilities. When one of his secretaries got married Rhodes dismissed him, but gave him a check for S25.000 as a set-oltr.v. John Naim.k, of Trappe, I'a., is the oldest clergyman in active scrvlca in this country. He was born on February IS, lbOl, and still preaches In the German Reformed church in his town, where ho has been pastor over 00 years. Authentic history and biography in Cluna embrace a period from the year 122 of our era back to the remote period 3.C97 years before Christ. The historians of China embrace a succession of uninterrupted series of more than 2.400 years. Skaowav has annexed Dyea by taking up nil itc buildings, floating them ncross the bay and distributing them within its own corporate limits. Even the warning of an earthquake while the removal was under discussion did not stay the process. Tim, recently the employment of electricity in any shape or form in Constantinople was strictly forbidden. Incredible as it may appear, the sultan naively imagined that u dynamo must have something to do with the manufacture of dynamite. Scotland seems a strange place to find a statue of Abraham Lincoln, and yet there is one there. It ndorns a monument erected in old Calton burying ground, Edingburgh, to the memory of the Scottish Americans who fought in the American civil war. Thkju: Is an animated controversy tn San Francisco over the fact that the new city hnli, planned to cost 51,600,- COO. represents up to date a municipal investment of 55,000,000, but is not At the rate at which decompleted. fective work is being discovered it looks as if ttic editice may have to be almost entirely rebuilt. The Kiflel tower is being put in rendi- neis for the exposition. It Is to be glv- I. on a coat of enamel paint in five shades on the sum- graded from pedebtnl. , ,ruit to deep orange on the ,,Twp coats will be applied for which nearly. ou tons oi enamel win uu re- i il lcmon-ehromo of I'ortlanU, .Me., a 'gentleman years of age. has just Wuhpletcd the feat of walking to the '"birriimit'of Mt. Washington, X. II., and brick again. " Lrisauthoritatlvely stated that l'rcs- i, idcutiMuXinlcy lins been sn.r shotted by camera fiends 3 000 times tn the past 16 months. This Ii on an average of MaYok JSUCK, ,fl.uj.re?- - 75 , inprn.,tlian live times a day, without . nnj' rest o;i, Sunday. lT(Js(a, curlpiih faei that Queen Vlo- 'torfa should have, an equal number of ' graiidchiWon and drenJ2'df ia'dli which together with liur seven children ma'iu the number of her descendants 71. . roat-grandchl- l- J chariot of war could not accomplish was done by the puncture of an Insect. "The Lord scat the hornet." My friends, when we arc assaulted by great behemoths of trouble we become chloric nnd we nssault them. Wc get on the high mettled steed of our courage, nnd we make n cuvalry charge at them, and if God be with us we come out stronger nnd better than when we went in. Hut alas for these insectile annoyances of life, these foes too small to shoot, these things with out any avoirdupois weight, the gnats and the midges and the flies nnd the In other wasps and the hornets! words, it is the small stinging annoyances of our life which drive us out and use us up. In the best conditioned life for some grand nnd glorious purpose God has sent the hornet. I remark. In the first place, that thce small stinging annoyances may come in the shnpe of a nervous organlntion. People who are prostrated under typhoid' fevers or with broken bones get plenty of sympathy, but who pities nnybody that is nervous? The doctors pav and the family say nnd everybody Eays: "Oh. she's only a little nervous; that's all!" The sound of a heavy foot, the harsh clearing of n throat, a discord in music, a want of harmony between the shawl anil the glove on the same person, n curt answer, a passing slight, the wind from the east, any one of ton thounntl annoyances, opens the door for the hornet. The fact Is that the vast majority of the people in this country are overworked, and their nerves arc the first to give out. A great multitude are under the strain of who, when he was told by his physician that If he did not stop working while he was in such plfyslcal poor henlth he would die, responded: "Doctor, whether I live or die, the wheel must keep going round." These sensitive persons of whom T speak have n bleeding sensitiveness. The flics love to light on anything raw, nnd these people nre like the Cnnannltes spoken of in the text or in the contex they hnve a seryjtliin covering nnd are vulnerable nt all points, "And the Lord sent the hornet." Again, the sinnll insect annoyances may come to us in the shape of friends and acquaintances who are always saying disagreeable things. There are some people you cannot he with for half nn hour but j'ou feel cheered and comforted. Then then nre oilier people you cannot be with for five minutes you feel miserable. They do not mean to disturb you, but they sting you to the bone. They gather up nil the ynrn which the gossips spin nnd retail it. They gather up all the ndversc criticisms nboiit your person, about your business, about your home, nboiit your church, nnd- - they make your ear the funnel Into which they pour It. They laugh heartily when they tell you, ns though It were, n good joke, and you laugh, too outside. These people are brought to our attention in the Ilihle, In the book of Ruth. Naomi went forth beautiful and with the finest worldly prospects Into nnother land, but after awhile she came back widowed nnd sick and poor. What did her friends do when she came to the city? They nil went out, and Instead of giving her common sense consolation, what did they do? Read the book of Ruth and find out. They threw up their hands and said: "Is this Naomi?" us much ns to say: "How nwful had you do look!" When I entered the mfnistry, I looked very pnlc for four or for years, and every five years, many times n year I was asked If I had not consumption, und, passing through the room, I would sometimes henr people sigh nnd say: not long for this world!" I resolved In those times that I never In nny conversation would sny anything depressing, and by the help of God I have kept the resolution. These people of whom I speak reap and bind In the great harvest field of discouragement. Some day you greet them wltlt b hilarious "Good morning," nnd they rouio buzzing at you with some depress- Ley-de- n lie-fo- re This sermon by Or. Tnlmnge deals with n subject which appeals to nil classes and conditions of men. Ills text Is IKMiteronoim 7:20, "The Lord thy the hornet." God will It sums as if the ijiscctile world were determined to extirpate the human ruic. It bombards the grninflelds and the orchards nnd the vineyards. Tlie Colorado beetle, the Nebraska grasshopper, the New Jersey locust, the universal potato beetle, seem tn carry on the work which was begun ages ago when the Insects huzzctl out of Noah's ark as the door was opened. In my text the hornet files out on Its mission. It Is a species of wasp, swift In Its motion and violent in its sting. Its touch is torture to man or beast. We have nil seen the cattle run hollowing under the cut of its lancet. In boyhood we used to stnnd cautiously looking at the globular nest hung from the ,iee branch, and while we were looking t the wonderful covering we were struck with something that sent us shrieking away. The hornet goes in swarms. It has captains over hundreds, and 20 of them alighting on one man will produce certain death. The Persians attempted to conquer a Chrlstinn city, but the elephants nnd the beasts on which the Persians rode were assaulted by the hornet, so that the whole army was broken up, and the besieged city was rescued. This burning and noxious Insect stung out the Hittitcs nnd the Cannnnltes from their country. What gleaming sword nnd "A-a- ing Information. "The Lord senjt tho tors the studio Is chartned nnd fasell, God has cinated. hornet." I' process of development,your soul under nnd It Is the small Insect disturbances" These also civile In the hhape of husini'ssli"-tatlons- . little unuoj.arees utul vcxntlons of life that arc chiseling out your Immortal There nre men here who vt wonthrough the 21th of September. i$ '. nature. It Is click, click, click! der why some great Providence docs nnd the panics of 1S73 nnd of IVJJjMii not come and with one stroke prepare out losing their balance who nrefhr you for Heaven.' Ah, no! God sn ,vs t lint day unhorsed by little iiiumynuil f-by clerk's III manners, or n blot of liV"" Is not the way, and so Ho keep-o- n a bltl of lading, or the eMrnvaguujV ' ' strokes of little vexatious until nt last a partner who overdraws his nutnldi U ,vou shall he n glad spectacle for angels or tho whispering of store ronllilui,' and for men. You know thnt n large fortune may In the street, or the making of sji "' little bad debt which was ngiUnM y '' be spent In Mint change, nnd a vnst judgment; hut you wanted to p(i ' amount of moral character may go away in small depletions. It is the little somebody else. troubles of life that are having tiiiirc It is not the panics that kill the In chants. Panics come only once Injti ' effect upon you than grosit ones. A or 20 years. It is the constant din ,f swarm of locusts will kill n grain field sooner thnn the Incursion of thrie or these everyday annoyances vvhlcli sending so many of our best merchant four cattle. You say: "Since I lost lost my property, I into nervous d.vspepsln and jKirnlyis my child, since and the grave. When our initio tl have been a different man." Ittit ou commerce fell Hat on its face, these n i do not recognle the architecture of litood up and felt almost defiant, Ml tle iiunt anccs. that nre hewing, dig!.elr life Is going away now underlie ging, cutting, shaping, splitting and swarm of these pestiferous annoynn s lutcrjolnlng our moral qualities, lints tuny sink a ship. One Imifer tnateh tnny "The Lord sent the hornet." I hnve noticed In the history of o ic scntl destruction through u block of storehouses. Cntheiine de .Medici got of my congregation that their nnn anccs arc multiplying and that tl'.v her death from smelling n poisonous have n hundred where they used toh e rose. ColuuiTius, by stopping nnd askten. The naturalist tells us that n v.I' ing for n pleee of bread ami a drink of water at a riAiieUcnn convent, was sometimes has a family of 20,000 i and it does seem ns if every nniio ;rec led to the discovery of a new world of your life brooded a million. II he And there Is an intimate connection beI wnnt to show ou tween trifles ami immensities, between help of God, the other side. The hornet Is of ndVc ' nothings and every things. Now, be careful to let none of these Oh, yes! The naturalist tells usttfxv are very importtnnt in the world's ton annoyances go through your soul Compel them to administer tc omy. lhey kill splilcrs, ami they n.ir the atmosphere. And I renlly bciec your spiritual w calth. The scratch of n God sends the annoyances of ourhfe sixpenny null sometimes produces lockupon u to kill the spiders of the ul jaw, and the clip of a most Infinitesimal and to clear the atmosphere of ur annojnuce may damage you forever Do not let any annoyance or perplexity skies. These annoyances arc sent on is, I come across our soul without its makthink, to wake us from our lcthirgy. ing you better. Our national government when it There Is nothing thnt makes n m. so lively ns a nest of "yellow jackets,' and wanted money did not think It belittling to put a tax ou plus and n tax I think that these annoyances :tr intended to pcisuadc us of the facitli.it on buckles and a tnx ou shoes. The Inthis is not n world for us to stop ii. If dividual taxes did not amount to much, but in the aggregate to millions and we had a bed of everything Hint w attractive and soft and ensy, what vould millions of dollars. And I would hnve ou, O Christian man, put n high tnrlft we want of Heaven? We think tli.t the hollow tree sends the hornet, or nuy on every annoynuce and vexntion that think that the devil sends the lion t 1 comes through your soul. This might want to correct your opinion. 'The not amount to much In shglo cases but in the aggregate It would be a great Lord sent the hornet." "Oh," you say, "if I only had th cir- revenue of spiritual strength nnd sni cumstances of some well tb do inn 1 Isfnctlon. A bee can suck honey ever would He patient, too." You iniyit as out of a nettle, nnd if you have thw grace well sny: "If it were not for this llvter, of God In jour heart vou can get sweet-tics- s out of that which wouid otherI would swim," or, "I could shoo'this gun if it were not for tho cartnge." wise Irritate nnd annoy. A returned missionary told me thnt When you stand chin deep In annoy necs is the time for you to swim out tovard a company of adventurers rowing ur the Ganges were stung to death b the great headlands, of Christian files thnt infest that region at ctrtini so ns to "know Christ nni the power of His resurrection and tohnvc seasons. The earth has been strew t with the carcasses of men slniu bv In fellowship with Ills sufferings." f t Nothing but the furnuce will ever sect nnuo.VRiices.' The only wax to tft of us the cllnke- - and the lag. Iprepared for the great troubles of 'if, burn out to conquer time itnnll troublis. I have formed this theory in ngnl to What would you tax of u soldier vtho small nnnovances. nnd i'cxatiuru It l,fe gun Into tnl'i. Ittttt bfi Tminli frnti1ir tft i M. f..r !. fused to load his I. .. or to1. go .1 . !i1!... usefulness nn'iljyor,' Hcnvt(V",ivoinjM mukvumiiui. ui'i;ufct: u iu iilllj SKIr I nm not going to exquestion is wiietner we suall tulf II n in h saying: "I pend my ammunition on a skirmish the bulk or pulverird ,inl grnnt'lntrd. Walt until there comes a general enHere is one man who taV-- it in the gagement, His back is or Ins eye- courageous and then jon will set- lowI hulk. I am and what batting sight put nut, or sotiiqf other nwful will do?" The general would sav t. calamity befalls him. wlile the vast masuch n man: "If jou are not faithful jority of people take he thing in u skirmish, you would be notlnt k Which way wiuld ,vom rather in a general engagement." And I have r have it? Of course, inpiecfmenl. (ecth than one to tell jou, O Christian men, if vuu have five aching cannot broken jnw ; lietter tenth blisters than religion apply the principles of Christ's on a sinnll scale you will never nn amputation; better 2d squalls tlian be able to apply them on a Urger scale. a difference one cyclone. Then- m.Ti If 1 had my way with von, I would of opinion as to nllopnshv nnd homeohare you tosst-sall jtoMlble world v pathy, but in this uiHtttr of trouble I I would have you each one like homeopathic dost, small pellets prosperity. a partial, a river lloulng through ft, of annoyance rather than suinr knockdown doae of en unity. Inntead of the geraniums and shrubs on the sides nnd thunderbolt give us the hornet. If you the grass nnd Mowers as beautiful as hnil fallen. would have n bank, you vvoukl a grent deal though the rnlnlsow hnve you a hous, n rather that 50 men would come in with and the beds should splendid inanition, be covered with checks less than $100 thnn tu hasu two upholstery dipped in the setting sun. depositors come in the mine il.iy, each would have every hall in your house wanting his $10,000. In this latter case set with statues, and statuettes, m you cough and look down to ids floor would hnve the four quarti nnd you look up to the ceiling before then of the globe pour In nil their luxuries ,vou look into tin- safe. Now, my friends, your table, mid vou should h.v would you not rather have these small on forks of silver mid knives of gold, t drafts of annovance on vour bank of laid with diamonds and aint'thv,s faith than some all stnggering demand J your endurance? lint remember Then you should each one of yon iv iiKin the finest horses and jour pick of the that little as well as great annoyances I equally rcquirevou to trust in Christ fur quipnges of the world. Then would (ind for deliverance from Impa- have yon live 150 j tars, and you should succor have a pnlti or an ache until the tience mid irritability. "Thou w.lt keep not him in perfect pence uhne in ml Is last breath. "Not each one of us?" you tay. Yes, stayed on Thee." each one of you. "Not to your eneIn the village of Ilnmeliti, t nth' t Ion mies?" Ves. The only ditTcrence says, there was nn Invasion of rtts, and would miike with them would be that these small creatures almost d vo tired would p t a little extra the town and threatened the live-- of the walls and a little extra gilt on their population; and the story Is that i piper on their si opera. Hut. von embroidery sny : "Why came out one day and pla.ved n very docs not (. d give us all these things V" sweet tune, urn all the vermin fellow ed Ah! I bell uk myself. He Is wiser. It hi m, followed him to the banks of tho tvouhl tnnlv fools and sluggards of us Wcser, nnd then he blew a hltnt, n till If wc hnd wuy. No man puts his they dropped in mid disappeared for- best pictureMir the portico m or vestibule ever. Of course, this is a fnbli, but df his house God meant this world to wish I could on the sweet Uutt of the be only the vestibule of Heaven, that Gospel draw forth ull the nlbbl ng und great giillcr; of the universe toward burrow ing annoyances of your life nml which we ur aspiring, We mutt not play them down Into the depths for- hnve It too od in this world, or we ever. would want u Heaven. How many touches did .Mr. Church Poly carp wa condemned lo be burned give to his picture of "Cotcipnxi' or his to death. Tin stake wns planted. He "Heart of the Andes?" I suppose about was fastened o If. The fngots were 10,000 touches. I hear the canvas sayilnced around him. the fires kindled, ing: "Why do you keep me tn mbllng nit history ti Is us thnt the Unities with that pencil so long? Whv don't icnl outward Ike the canvas of a shin you put it on in one dash?" "N ," says n n stout lirciic. so that the Humes. Mr. Church; "I know how to make a Instead of destroying I'olycorp, were painting. It will tnke J0.000 of these bnly a wall between him and his touches." And I wnnt you, my friends, They had ctunlly lodcstroy hlin to understand that it is these tin thou- with theponinrd The llnmcs would not sand annoyances which, under God, urc (ouch him. Wcl my hearer, I wnnt making up the picture of your life, to to understui.' that by God's he hung at Inst In the gnllkrics of !oii flames of trli . Instead of Heaven, fit for angels to look at. God your soul, an- only going to be a knows how to inaKeu picture. wall of defense n n canopy of bliss-W- . I go Into a sculptor's studio and see God Is golur to fulfill o you the him shaping a statue. He has a chisel blessings and I hi promises, nr ile did in one hand and n innllct in the other, lo Polycarp. "Vticii thou walkest and lie gives n very gentle stroke click, through the flre.it ough slmlt not be click, click! I sny: "Why don't you burned." Now yo (0 not understand, strIKciorder?" "Oh," he replies, "that but you shall kncri renfler. in Ilenven would shatter the statue. I can't do ll you will bless i:l ven for the hornet that way. I must do It this way." So he works on, and after awhile the Fiction nnd frhion nre common at come out, and everybody that.cn- - the literary cluU.UiIcago OUpatch. I l 1 1 it Gonil IMlnl ! Ailmlrrd. Hon. William Wortham. long state trens arer of i I.AUP) linn in a New I ork jt'ivtti IhiUmu. llnrn nhn ttlittti In ItnhiU'il filled with vtileuiliii JV...IIU revolvits, wit'i liK'Pr Allil k'Oltl If I II 14 Illlll kJlllMi.ll liirt.lft lull ing precious sU'iich set into the butts. "Leniuie see Mie of those KUn," he sa.d Whrtf S ftmitsimiltltltltlitaMt ' ' " What's in a Name? l fs t 1 .v ! i peculiar cumcoMuun, prvfimivn .inn to tlieclcik. J process by ivhu h Hood's possesses merit "Which one, sir!" peculUr 'to itself. .nd by which it cures The irold one with the big ruby in Uie when Jill other mediones fill. Cure z handle. The eleik took it from the ene. It wns t scrofuU, salt rheum. d?spepsi.t,c.tt.irrh, J I marked $.'K). nnd it looki-even wrth i rheumatism, that tued feeling, etc. j more. The TVxan tiwk it tcixlerh m I th i ha ml i nnd held it iiiluuriiiul.v up tn tie ! liRht. Then drtivMiiK himself 'up to hmfu which was m feet and a half, lie reMed the revolver Umiii hm left elbow, crooked for the purpose, nnd looked over the nunts down the long slote Tline per sons who nw liivolunlsrilv dodttl "Sny," said .Mr Wnrtlmm, with ipnet but inteime cnthiiMiiiMii, as he rrturinl the vveKn, "if I was to wear that unit duwn m tn) state the oilr would lie falling on their bpcKiiy to be killed with it!" ',1!r v I To IiiiiI plmplra on her (nir, tmt Chicago l'.vciiuig Sewn. t m. of I'ASt AltKTS ml Uiejr otie liA oe.-I I li.nl turn truiiturd have all iliianix-j- r - Philippine XVnr. withe nnlip.it ( ai' f jim I tane tut alter tau Tin.arrl I nvu hiwl no trou' lo inr tho nrst This contest is proving much more stub- . Mitb inn aliment, wo unnui k jk ioo nith- I urn born than we hml niitiritated It needs n lyoMu rarct Waiuuan. 57W Ucrmautonn Ave., Phllailolptilk, l'a Vilnius contest to strintihten mutters out I Wc shmild tackle the Philippines and over come tlirin as llostetlerV Mounch llit'rr CANDY doe dyspepsia, imhi;rtion, ins af fevir CATHARTIC i . and Actic. and liver nnd kidnev iIim tc I he Iwttlc is short and decisis e.ntii! for lilty ye.srs the Hitters hnve nluAVs won If v mi are ill, and don't know what's wrong, try it d i 1 Everything, when you come to medi- - a J cinei. c5.iM.ir.irfa by Any other n.tme 1 e.m never equ.U Ilixfd', because of the I MCodA SaUafuniffq mwwgmrsr i kui d'-v- PtWLIS n i. to-da- y Tin- - Tlirei- "Can you tell me," m.kd lite summer man, "W hut are the three quickest mode of roiiiiminitivtioB" "Well, no," refilled the summer girl "lla! Hn! Telephone, telegraph nnd and now he w under why she returned hi ring in the middle of tho sea-soPhiladelphia Call. telha-wnumn,- " .Xoo-Tfi-rl- Teller, tHABf MANN Ht04STtIO (luuj, .SifrrM " .ky, Wrilii ot llllir tOt Tie Uw. ... ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ISU.ff, Nlr,tl, Ilftl( Sl,iy 1S. Ill UrV I'if nt I'tUutil. 1 1 lent Tiit flood I to unar-ralgne- Tfl HIP lf,. !! il rrhteetl ltilrr. Inl l ii N'-Means (wiving rent for a poor farm the time to sreure n g".l farm on the of the l'htego, Milwaukee A St Paul line lUihv.vy m .Marinette Count), Wi.cns n, where the crops air of the best, work pell ty. fine market, exci.lrnt climate pure soft water, land sod cheap and on time. Why rent a farm when )ouran buy i:imiliin Dr-Bnll'4 s .?k OV TU D emiKh. Ctovin I vOUfin O Tho iH-e- t reuiLHly CoiiMimptlon. Cotighn.i'oldisaripiMsj liroiichitln, llottmo- X'houtlttc u, AUhin. suirtrvutt. Joe ijulck Curcrt for one for le than yoi imy for rent Addrrss C. M. Kollint, Und Agent, 101 U Salle M., i,aicao, lit. Ootid for Clrla (Inly, Vf,llttiilKti(.nltttHn. JM, lma'l tjt. Dewey anecdote relate that the admiral trace hi start in .itr to a severe whipping a school teacher gave linn, whrrrupon hr rr olvril to lead a new ufr Thlanmlote ,1 be read out loud i) the mothers, hut it will not fool any be.. It harder ta foe' a loy than a (irt with fairy tales.- - Atchlon Two famous pictures printed In Un colon ttidy for Iranilng, svll! be given lire lo any person who will tend a Quarter lor Tluee Month' auhscriptlon to Dcmorrsl' Fimlly Mirailnr, the ttrrat paper lo home Ulr. Thou- und ubscribe lor Demorrtt'a a rift lo their daughters. Drmo- real's t the rrrat a m-y"V Ajrurkin authotl- tyoaFuhlooi. Tor Iwty years It ha been read In th best families ol America, and ha done more to educate women In true love ol good literature than any other magazine. The special oiler ol these two great pictures and Three Month' subsalptlou to Deraomt' lor 25c, U made lor 60 day only. U"rite at once. Demorest 5 Pamily Magazine, Art Department, 110 Filth Avenue, New York. Glob. ntain-men- t, 1 11 i your stomach Is bad , your liver out of order. Aycr's Pills will clean your tongue, cure your dyspepsia, mate uui ntci ii;ui. Lasy iu lasc, easy oc. AH urupj;!sts. io opcrjic. Trim fo BUCKINGHAM'S pruwn t jzm PIS I I 44 s'sV lrC "v nnl ,lt'niirtnnniii. I tflt'e a.i..I W.nl jour in uitAdi r f r hiin - k nr N-- f. u luulul DYE (9i;,SCs tfltnitirHi t oniai fiee e mill .i S75 'Mi ton. tlolA lfteVM .I;, lunnir, rf rsiU4e.l. uick M mn nr tiHti piece-men- !. Ilet-te- - I s I Sore 1 Hands i i 1 i 1 Red Rough Hands Itching Burning 'ni' i j' m I Palms and Painful Finger Ends. I , One Night Treatment Soak the hands on retiring, in a strong, hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear during the night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful. I ene-pile- s. - f and Ire from otory blemish Is tho skin, scalp, mid hair eloansod, purlflod, and beaut fled, by CUTICUUA BOAI It removes tho caiLso of dliflgurlnic tiruntloai, los of hnlr, and baby blemishes, rlz.: Tho closed, irrlt.it.-d- , inihiuied, or ihigclsli ronilltlan- of tlm I'OIIKH. f'MTIi'mi ii ail n i niriiii ' iiniir.irii niiiniiiiini . ti inn. i'u ii vi i' iv u is . ertlea derived from CUTIOUHA, tho cro.it skin euro, with tho purost of cleansing ingredient and most rufroshhiB of dower olors. Ko other nio.llcatod soip over coiiiiiotindodlstolKJCoinparoilwIthltforpreservhii;, purifying, and bo.uitlfylnB tho skin, sealp, hair, and hand. Ko other foreign or domestic soap, howovor oxpon-alvIn to bo compared with It for nil thn purp .vn o( tho toilet, bath, nnd nursery. Thus It combines In ONK HOA1' at ONK I'KICK namely, TWRNTV-KIVCENTH the best skin und complexion soap mid tho best toilet und li.ibyso.iii in tho world. Pure and Sweet uohi .'... e, fen-lur- es 8poody Cure Troatmont for Itching, Burnlnc, Scaly Humors Ith CimcUlt A SO A - to eleaiiao tho sltTis Ke.itl.. aii(.lntln wltli A "w "I'"'""" Uirouichoiilllie uii umi Minn uiihi'hiii (,uili I'llA ltl;si)l,VKNTtoeoul tlm blood Sold world. I'rlee.TIIKSKr.ll.sj: or..sn, sv. Oivrsirvn Me.; ItKflOI VKST (half sUeJ, UK. VOWKH IlltUU A (JIIIJM. Hotlisths vv i IsvsWu. ScndforUuwtol'fusorvestiallttnib), Uali.uudbkiu," walkdit-H-. COUP., Solo W. r l";'--, . 23&: jWS illlrTiluVIJ-fmii.n-r..l- i. srf -- . f-Kv- !. JCB""r'- FALL FESTIVAL A -- IN THE GUARDHOUSE. Harlnu TWICE ALARMED Dritlsh Camp Aroused and tho Men Stood to Their Guiib at 3Iafcklng. Two Armored Trains Ilava Arrkeed at the Town and the 1'laea Has Haen sjlaad With Lyddlta, m VTJ I'dwerfut Kiploslre. $IRD RA3lV!yD Oct. 8. OFF. .iiylnjr tho Cornnrtitniio of tlio New Chicago Fcdonil Hulidlntr. Caramonl Wars Fol lowed by a Naval ,! civle 1'arade, i luminal and I'aradaof All Nation, at Mglu, Mot Prevailed In the llarraoka at Company I of the 8th Infantry, at Fort Hnelllnj;. Nellhar Taeht Could Finish ta'tha Tlaae Limit Tha Columbia Had Ortitogw A. Ilia Shamrock' Laad ARE ADVANCING. Schwun's Column Took '.Suit Franclscc Do Malabon, a Rebel Stronghold. rillplnoi Number 3,000 Man An Kspadl-tloLcava for the l'atlf Rtvar for n ALU DEWEY'S NEW HOME. He Accepts the (Jlft and Esprataas lratl Bcatlon That It It From tha Ameri- can I'eople. na lnlrlla; . K- President Marlscal and parly of MexiPremier t.aurler, of Canada, ni.d oiliur notable of that country; mom bora of Proslilt-nMcKlnley', cabinet and tho lilploiuatlc corps at Washing-ton- , senators and cohgrcskincu nnd othor Invited guests, and when Provident McKlnley throw tho first trowel-fu- l of mortar under the upliftod block of limestone and pronounced tho not, one of the moht notablo In Chicago looked on. Shortly before 10 o'cloisk a roar of cheer, from down Jaekson boulevard announced the coming of the president INDUSTRIAL CONVENTION. And hik party. The president frequently (ill II. Jul. n, Inn, nf .tlnldtin., arose nnd dotted his hat In response. liur. St III ell nine llin t.ile.t tVlnt .Mrt-At the outraurc of the Union League at lilililatlllr, ;.ub the pre. Idem and bin party alight od, and after a brief reception were esIltWTHVlM.K. Ala., Oct. 10. Gov. Jocorted across Jackson boulevard to tho seph II. .lohns'.on, of Alabama, who li platform In front of the federal build- to welcome the guests to the southern ing. Industrial convention which will meet At tho conclusion of Secretary Gage's here Tuesday morning at 10 o'olooi; brief mletrcas, Iter. Frank W. Guus.-tuitiarrived Monday night. ottered a brief but Impressive prayer, Oov. William A. McCorklc, who will tho president anil all the members of be recommended by tho lluntsvillc his wrty tineovurlug as Dr. (ninsaulus delegation lor tomporarv chairman ol t,cd ii blessing on the ceremony. tho convention, emtio in Monday afterTho military, naval and on ie parade noon. The llrst delegate to arrive wai was reviewed by President McKinloy, Hon. J. N. Nix, ol Toaus who is repDon Ignaclo Murn.cn! minister ni forresenting the governor of that state. eign affair of Mexico; Premier Iuur Tho Missburi, Arkansas, Texas and ler, of Canada, and olherdittu-tilshcMemphis delegations armed Moudn) guests of the ekty of Chicago. Tho night. psrad in. an to form as the oeremtMi A party of prominent New Yorkers, Irs of laying tne cornerstone of the headed by Manager Meauy, of tin ro being ottiiuluded. federal building American Telephone Co., are en route. iiuaoo, Oet 10. Chicago, great Senator John W. Daniel, reprutontlnp Auditorium, which has Wen the accno th state of Virginia, is here. of m ninny bnutblo events, never liad Tho Meridian, Miss., delegates were a greater gathering lhau Monday named Monday, and the governor of night, when the Chicago day banquet Misaisalppl will atuhorix the delegawas held within its wn.ls wilder tho tion tti represent the state. All of the auspices of the fn festival ciHiiHiitloe, southern stairs westof tho Mississippi 1 lie great stage, vtpon which l.WW peoriver are cspeetcd to be represented ple uan easily ilnd standing tooin, had by strong delegations. bten eulnrgod and a grvat iloar built out itvwr the h".at of the, parquet, KRUGER INTERVIEWED. quadrupling tho iloor space of ihu ) uml It li thn Mlii.ulint i Vrrr (lra ktage. IMItli ult ti l'r.illrt CiMiiiiiy Tho material part of the banqeet i:rtit III lllrlhilii-- . two hoMPs and it was nearly lo when Mr. Montr rapped for order, Krugor la ATi .1 brought the intellectual portion In Pmihokia, OcL an Preaidont Monday interview the course of of the programme to the front. aid he regard wd the sttnntlon as very iiov. Tannor in a snort add rts welgrave and eonsiderod it very dinlcult comed the visitors on behalf of the coming Jvtmts. The landto state of Illinois. After he hr.it ing of Itrttiah rainforoemenU in Natal llarri-,nof ended Ma or Crtor II. thicago, and ienntor Shelby M. Cub he said, did not trouble him as he had loiti. of Illinois, were Id trod need in full faith in tho Almighty. Mr. Kruger rekueceaaion by Mr. Stone, the former declared he knew nothing of the port! d Intention of Mr. Ilofmeyr, tht 'Mending to the vlmtors the welcome leader, nnd J. Itosu In lies, of the people of tho ulty of Chicago, Afrikander ind the latter a greeting on behalf of Milder seeretnrv of native aiTairs in South Afrioa, to come to J'retoria, and the federal ofiielal. of Illinois. Tho next apcaknr una Sir Wilfrid that there was nothing lurthur known Laurirr, premier of Canada, followed regarding the suggested arbitration by Pivtidetit Krugor .Mnri'Citl, of Mo.xion, tho United Stutes. by Vtce Aniong other speakers wero President will celebrate his "5th birtndny Tiles Mi'Kmley, uicmliera of his cabinet and day. State I'eltz Monday said otnens. The moht spectacular of all tho nogotiatlous were ponding regarding tho L'ulted States, but outdoor features of the entire fall medlntlon by li.id been decided. that nothing nafestival, tho pnrndo of all tions, took plncu Monday night and (irrinxn L'otlos kilnnrri' Idlit, was viewed by thousands, the streets Himu.in, Oct. 10. A dcrmaii cotton in the down town district being liter spinners' trust has been formed by ally.-- solid muss of humanity for the Flemish, Westphalian, Sn.xon mid entire length of the parade. The patlrms comprising t'5 percent, of rade, In which marched renreseuta the cotton spinning establishments of tncs of 14 countries. Including tier the empire. The association of cotton many, Venezuela, Switzerland, Itrnzil, yarn consumers has issued a circular the Nether and, Austria ami Hungarj', complalntur that the trusts' terms arc Scotland, Armenia and Assyrin, such that henceforth the foreign spinChina, Italy and the United ner will be able to get Ocrmau yarns Mates, included nonrly :H finals, miiiio 15 per cent, cheaper than they can be of them extremely beautiful nnd novel. got by Gcrtmnis. The our thnt attracted tho most attenTim Mint Car Men's strife. tion was the great Chinese dragon Tc.x., Oct. 10. The enSax which was shipped hero from San tire street car system of San Antonio tho for nil nation's Francisco .p.irado. The drngon, which wan continues tied up. Six mntormen and ne.rly HOO feet long, was car- conductors whom tho company secured ried on the shoulders of 200 men Monday to run tho cars were surroundand in Its immense jaws and nos- ed by about 500 sympathizers of Uie trils wero burned reil nnd green strikers In the heart of tho city Montire in quantities that lit up the par.nle day aftornoou and Hrauaded to join Among tho lloats worn tho strikers. for blocks. two in the Merman section, one reprea On III Wa,lilntn. senting the triumph of music, the Nkw Oitt.KA.Ns, Oct. 10. Arthur M. other Germany's gifts to this country lleauprc, secretary of legation at both beautifully Illuminated with cal Guatemala, arrived Monday on his eiuin lights; In tho Nctherland section way to Washington. It Is reported n iloat represented an old Dutch windthat ha has been summoned in connecmill with women in the bridal costume tion with the complaints against Minof aoo years ago nnd Alplno lloata ister Hunter. representing scenes in tho Alps. IiuprlMinril fur Chrutlni; ut f'itril, I ln. I itrlrr l'ay Ml llr.m.i.v, Oct. 10. Count Kglottstcin, Ni.tt Vow:, Oct. 10. -- Oberlin Carter, a prominent member of the Club Der the disgraced army olllccr. has paid llarmloseu, the trlnl of certain memimposed by the the lino of $5,000 bers of which on charges of gambling Ills check for that amount at the club was begun on October !, was sent to United States District was Monday sentenced to nine mouths Attorney ilurnolt. imprisonment for cheating while playing cards. Mile. hr an r.leetne l'un Mii.waukkk. Wis., Oct. 10. Mary Nrnport Arrlto I'roui Manila. Leiscr, aged 20, cashed hcrhnlr and lraninrt Sax FitAXClHOo, Oct- - 10. Tho United went Into the basement to dry it by days from Statcii transport Newport, an clectr.o fan The fan o.iu,'hi her Manila, has arrived. Sho has a numhead into its em ucsses, dragged her ber ot signal corps men on board. .brr.cu and beat her brains out. co. t gaih-nngscwir Chicaoo, Oct. by men who guldo the diplomatic roU-tloof three governments nml In tho presence of thousands of spectators. President William McKinloy, Monday, formally litld tho corner-ston- e of tho magnificent new Federal building of Chicago. hi front of tho Union League club building reviewing stands hnd been cruuiud for tho accommodation of tho distinguished vMior, including Vice St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 10. A riot prevailed In tho barracks of Company L, of tho 8th lu fan try, at Ft Snclllng butidar ovenlng. Monday with only a dozen exceptions, tho company Is locked In the guard house. Two men are In the hospital, with severe Injuries and another who Is under arrest, Is in need of constant attention. It Is not possible to ascertain how many others arc Injured, as the ofllccr of tho regiment doom tho affair a disgrace and are reticent about tho occurrence. Privates Stout, Kelly and Hrazlllc wero given leaves of absence Sunday, and spent tho day in hilarity lu St. Paul, whore they met Corp. Fenncr, of tho regunont. Lie was known to have i considerable sum of money, ranging from S100 tog.'iUO. On returning to the fort Corp. Tenner reported to his camp that he had been robbed by his companions, and mcmbv'i's of his company decided to avenge htm. On the return of the nnvates thy were assaulted, Stout A genbeing very roughly handled. eral tight ensued among the men, nnd (.apt. A.uics, of Company K, calleu out tho guard. .(f t II, tuila. s Londox, Oct. 0. The most Important newa from South Africa comes from Mafeklng, where .twice on Saturday tho Itrltlsh camp was aroused, tho men itood to their arms, guns wero limbered and patrols were dispatched in the direction of tho Itoera. No lighting bns occurred as yet, but tho enemy has moved practically to tho border, eight miles from Mafeklng, intrenched at the cast six thousand, comprising five commandoes. Tho garrisoning and fortifying of the town are practically completed. The streets are barricaded and a perfect system of mines lias been laid. Two armored trains have nrrlved at Mafeklng, consisting of three bulletproof cars, tho first of which carries a searchlight, while the sides of the Kacli train is cars are loopholcd. complete in itself and carries Its own provisions. Experiments with lyddite lu tl.e mines prorc that it is an extremely powerful explosive. Col. Hubert Stephenson Mnith Powell, commanding the 5th dragoon guards, has issued a notice that the lioors who arc massed on the Natal and lsuchuanlnnd frontiers have orders not to tire until the Hrltisb lire llrst, and the town Is well prepared for eventualities but, as the Hours inn khell tho place, every endeavor should be made to safeguard the women and children. An armored train was inspected at Kinii orley. A signal station has been erected with .1 conning tower atthc top CommuniHO fc!t above the tracks. cation by telephone is had with a central olllcc and s.glials are given to the 1 " -- pr-dl- ot , I'rt-aido- nt , llel-glu- A.M-oruo- , VI Manila. Oct. 10. At 12:40 Tuesday morning Gen. Schwun's column enter-San Francisco do Malabon without opposition. Gen. Schwnn'i Manila, Oct. 10. :olutnn, consisting of the 13th infantry, a battalion of the 14th Infantry, two troops of cavalry, Capt. Rlley'i battery of the 5th artillery, and Lowe's icouis, continued the advance Monday towards San Francisco do Malabon, meeting with little resistance and suffering no casualties. The enemy fell back steadily. Monday evening the column is resting between Santa At 12:0H the Columbia led by about Cruz nnd San Francisco do Malabon. an eighth of a mile. A few momenta Provisions are being conveyed to after the Shamrock blanketed the Cobetween Kovclcta and Santa lumbia and was passing the American Cruz. oi) the starboard side. The American camp Monday night Ut 12:13 the Shamrock passed tho was within sight of San Francisco de Columbia to starboard and took tho Malabon, the stronghold of the inlead. surgents in the province of Cavlte, Olf Highland at rJ:. a range on where the Filipinos are said to numthe yachts showed the Shamrock to bo ber r,000. During the march from 3 itluutcs and 10 seconds ahead of tho Kovelcta to Hosario only a few shoti Columbia. were fired. This large coast town wat At 1:15 p. m. the Shamrock appeared literally filled with white Hags. The to have increased her lead. The bonta Americans captured two or three bun seem to be a quarter of a mile apart. dred men, many of tho Filipinos As they were preparing to round the changing their clothing for white cos stake bo.it at 1:35 the Shamrock led by tumes. The bay of Hosario was filled only 25 yards. with hundreds of boats, in which the At l::iS both boats were seem- people had spent an exciting night. ingly starting for home, with th An expedition composed of the ShamrocK in the lead, which seemed to United Slates gunboats Callaoand Mabe increasing .it 'J: 10. nila with an armored fiat boat anc At 8:05 the S t am rock was still ahead, steam pump has left Cavite for the but at 3:33 it appeared the Columbia river l'asig or Hells which empties in had passed the Shamrock and had a to Manila bay on the norttAidc with slight loud. view of raising the Spanish river gun At ):!" both boats aro standing oa boat Ayat, purposely sunk in the rivci by the Spaniards which is reported te The Cnltcc be in good condition. MAP SHOWING THE PROXIMITY OF THE BOERS TO THE States gunboat Hclfa with a body o' BRITISH BORDER. marines from the Haltimore, precedec the expedition to make soundings al .... r.r T z. the mouth of the river. ttT RK9BS7IA Maj. Hell, with 120 picked men o: the iiCth regiment, made a rcconnoi-saucMonday in the direction of Florida Hlanco, four miles out of Guagua, "s& If ! and encountered a body of 100 insurgonts, whom they routed, captur I J ing a lieutenant and three armed privates. Near Florida Hlanco they tnel tutta 5v r another body of Insurgents and routci i n" iim! MlIK them, capturing another armed lieu-! T.... V CtU.(MT tenant and one private. Returning SSK3IK Jj.'b.MI4M ... with twenty scouts, Maj. Hell encoun I V tercd the enemy a third time. The '. LAtB i IH.m.1 round rcconnoisance resulted in scat; tering the Insurgents in that locality. t wt. rlt.WA The la-- t two dayn have witnessed .il.u,"t"1 om-- o considerable outpost firing by smal. invir li kic.irii V. fMAiliSlw I... CLtM bands of insurgents on the northcrc ' . T lines. Simultaneously with the allai! near La Loma church Monday, the K a a, outposts of the American forces at Caloocan, Deposo and Marqulna were On this map will lie reen the polrt at of Ilrltlsh :rongho!d at Newcastle. which the Ilrltlsh forces are gatr.er on AIom the border near Dundeo are 5,i04 fired upon. It appears that the Insurthe Transvaal border and aluo tho i ints HKt-sothots aro marchlnc thither. gents in the neighborhood are operatAt Vafeklrit. Ir Uechuanaland, on the ing in bands of from five to 20, nnd il at which the licers are tnaf-ln- n h border. Col war. The chief Interuit cttni lu '"" r of all the local forces Jn Soutbt is rumored that attacks are to be made bo around lundee This petition. It tleved, will tie tho rlrst on which tho Afrii-- U statloccd and Is throatened with upon the hospitals. The uprising ir treriKlh of thn User urmn will Ih tr'wl. ?,8 toeri und-- Commandant Cronje. Manila will result in extirVigilanct Is massed at Pletori. A camii has lieen established by tliu nM rs Anot 4r Uoor burs to tho norm. of the Tro.asv.tul at Scbepit's Nk. on the part of the United States troops Is a tittle north ana rain Vrhe)d. which Xovku:ta, Island of Luzon. Oct. 10. Gen. Schwan's column, consisting of the troopers by flags, lly this manoeuvres starboard tack and not ovcOO yards 13th infantry, a battalion of the 14th, were successfully continued Saturuay. apart The Columbia manages to hold two troop-- , of cavalry, Cant. Rellly'i The troopers number 3,000, including her windward position, and neither is battery of the 5th artillery and Lowo'i the bicycle corps. at thifaiuinutc. getting any advantage scouts advanced from Hacoor Sundaj over :1hj other. A train was also successfully operatmorning and occupied Cavito Vicjc At :!2 it was evident neither boat and Novelcta. Mafeklng. ed Sunday at It patro.led to the north and practiced firing a; coul.ioomc within the time limit and The American loss was three ofilccri targets. the fjce was declared oft' for the third and nine privates wounded, one of the A dispatch from Klmbcrley to the time. The officers being mortally hurt. loss of the enemy is unknown, but Cape army says that 3,000 lioors arc Union ItvUclnui Sfcirv Irrs. encamped midway between Hoshof and Ciiuvoo, Oct. 9. Over 0,000 persons the bodies of three Filipinos were Kiinbcrley. They aro well armed and were present at tho Auditorium Sun- seen. There were two sharp fights ncai great religious fervor Is shown In the day ni? lit attending tho union religious Lowe's scouts first encamp. Xovcleta. services. Hundreds wore turned away. countered the enemy near Cavlte Vie-jHoors, however, arc dialing un- Thcapacarance of President McKinloy Tho and soon put them to fiight, continder the delay. They patrol the border was the signal for wild applause. Thts nightly and have been ordered not to entire jitidicnce aro so nnd handker- uing their advance. Capt. Cowles battalion of tho 4th permit a Ilrltlsh uniform to approach chiefs waved the Chautauqua saluto. the frontier under any consideration Tho prfstdont stood in his box nnd Infantry while reconnoltering Sunday inwhatever. bowed to tho audience repeatedly. found a body of several hundred surgents near San Nicolas. After A special order was gazetted on SatMrs. Mo Kin ley did not attend the serbrisk fighting for three quarters of an urday announcing what Ilrltlsh res- vices. hour tho enemy was driven off. In idents would be allowed to remain in Slay ltrp'lare J on bars. this engagement the American casualtho Transvaal and under what conI.o.vpqx, Oct. 'J. A report from South ties were four men slightly wounded. dition v Africa has it that tho movement Co re- Six of the enemy wero killed, but the Whatever may bo tho result of Great Hrltaln'a coiitrovcrHy with the place Commandant Get. Jonbert by number of wounded is not known. The bad condition of tho roads made South African republic, every depart- Viljocn, who is n rfefeid hater ot Eng ment of tho government Sunday was ljwid, is taken as an indication ef Boer tho progress of the artillery slow. as busy a s though actual hostilities impatirnco ut the' conduct of military Ilryan's Illnn Not rerlou. had begun. Tho electric flash that an- affairs. Df.9 Moinks, la., Oct. 10. Secretary Church Contract Made. nounced the mobilization of the army , O., Oct. 9. Tho contract C. A. Walsh, of the democratic nationreserves and the summoning of parliament set every wheel of the govern- for the Central Christian church was al committee, wires from Ottumwa lot to Anson Wilson, church contractor that the illness of Win. J. Hryan is not ment machinery In motion. Mr. Walsh At Woolwich Sunday it was asserted and bui.ilcr, of Cincinnati. It is to bo so serious ns reported. says Mr. Hryan will resume speaking that 05 per cent, of the reserves would tho Illicit church edifice in tho city, Tuesday and keep all his Iowa dates, and to be ready for occupancy by Janbo fully equipped within the next covering the next ten days, and then uary 1. go to Kentucky. d Ho-sarla At aunrlso morning a strong northerly brcczo waa stirring up the whltccap on the upper bay. Tho Shamrock was insldo tho Horseshoe as usual and by 8:30 her tender, tho tug James A. Lawrence, wan making preparations to tow her outside. The Columbia was being towed down from Hay Ridge. Tho breeze was so line and true oft tho Hook that the Shamrock dispensed with tho aid of the tug and started out for the lightship under sail. Just as sho got under way the Columbia camo down the channel and rounded the southwest spit In tow of her tug. The starting gun was fired at 110. At 11:31 the yachts had sailed about a mile of the course and the Columbia was in the lead. During the next IS minutes the Columbia seemed to draw nway from the Shamrock. Sat-iafca- ,KW y the I'arpoieof llalilnrthe Hank-e- n Spanish Clunboat Ajat. -- -- r-- .! if? 1 1 e Washi.notok, Oct ft. Adm. Dewey has elected to accept a house in Washington, already constructed, instead of baring one built for his occupation. In accordanco with tho invitation of the committee which has had In charge the Dewey homo work, ho called at the office of Acting Secretary Allen in thu navy department at 11 o'clock Friday to indlcnte his preferences in the matter of a residence. The admiral was officially informed of the purpose of the pcoplo of tho United States to present him with a home in Washington. Ho frankly cx pressed his gratification at the tender, which he immediately accepted. Ha said, had the proposed home been tho gift of a few wealthy men he should feel indisposed to accept it. Hut he noted that the fund had over 43,000 subscribers, indicating that the home was to be really the gift of the American people, and as such he would accept it with as much pleasure as he had tho sword bestowed upon him by congress. The admiral showed a decided preference for the section in which he had made his home during his former details of duty in Washington. Ho wished tho house to be located In the northwest section, somewhere west of Sixteenth street, and not too far north, thus indicating the neighborhood of his for mcr residence and the clubs where ho spent a good deal of his leisure time. First of all he wanted tho house at tho earliest possible moment, so that he might "go iu and hang up his hat at once." as he put it. Of course that precluded the idea of erecting a house to meet his special needs. lie expressed his ideas as to tho character of the home he desires, and nskci that the house be modest enough in appointments and cost to permit of the retention of a sufficient sum of money from the purchase fund, to defray tho expense of furnishing it. The committee listened attentively to all these wishes and saw no reason why one nnd all could not be gratified. The admiral is going to New York and will stop over if he can to ce the yacht race on his way to Shelburno Farms, Vt. The fund at the disposal of the committee now amounts to about 50.000. i a i U r sr THE FRENCH CANADIANS Sir Wllrr.il Liurler, Premier of the Uomlrlun of Cittmil.i. (3 veil :i Krcrp Ion by 1IU Countrymen In Chicago. - I - ,...,i..x i rJ f -... JiaAaUav tr -ir'' 'tv. . I A-,,.- JLr r .vr IViatlR-Ut- , j" t- - I ml naden-rowel- l, com-ea- l -- J r fo-i-- o i.-a- r Chicaoo, OoU 0. Sir Wilfrid Lauricr, premier of the dominion of Canada, stooped to kiss two little girls who were presenting him a bunch of red roses on the stage of Studebacher hall Sunday. He won his way at once to the hearts of morj than 2,000 pjrscns who were gath crcd there to bid himself and party welcome in the name of the French Canadians of Chicago. Tho whole audience arose in a body and cheered approval of the graceful aci of the chief guest At tho same girls were retime two other ceived in the same manner when they presented Lady Lauricr with flowers in the bov at the sldo of tho Immediately after this, when stage. Sir Wilfrid had an opportunity to speak, ho showed his thorough appreciation of tho warm welcome tendered him by the French Cnnaaians. Ho thanked them for their reception of himself and the other officials from Canada. In a brief address touched his he declared that it heart to witness so true an appreciation of his political policy, which he declared to be "Equality to all." He said his gospel is 'Conciliation." He also referred to the closo relations existing between the United States and Canada. He said in past years many yo'.ig men had gone from the dominion into the states beoauso of tlw greater resoure.es in the Intter country, but now, owing to revived prosperity, ho said, emigration from Canada is ceasing. He closed his address by again thanking the audlenco for their welcome. Onlar Oct. A fraud order has been issued by the post office department against tho "P. P. Co.," Lock This concern Hox 2d, Lagrange, lnd. advertised an offer to tell anybody how to make 550 weekly for 25 cents. Persons remitting 25 cents were advised by the company to Insert advertisements in papers similar to theirs. WA811INOTOX, 9. liud. CoM-sinus- The l'reildant l'laaxantly surprltril. Chicago, Oct. 9. President McKlnley was treated to a pleasant surprisu when he nroso Sunday morning. His brother, Abner McKlnley, accompanied by Mrs. McKinloy, Miss Mabel McKln- six-day- ley and Col. E. A. Hrown arrived at the Annex early iu tho morning nnd wero the first ones to greet the chief cxecu tlve and Mrs. McKlnley. court-partia- l. r.xplnrcr VTullnisii In .N'ntr VnrU. Nkw Youk, Oct. 0. Walter Well-aatho Arctic explorer, who recently returned from a journey of exploration on thu Franz Josef Land, arrived In u, Heavy Itnlns In Italy. this city Sunday on the steamship McL'nr and Mlft M.tolioil. Urn-br- i. Torrential rains aro reported to have occurred in tho Salor-r-o district ot Italy. The railways ar interrupted and much damage has been done to property. Many lives are said to have bo: a lost. Rome, Oct. 0. i:x.upaker Wasimmito.v, Iteml In Wathlr.ston. I !1 Chicago, Oct. 9. Klcf McCoy nnd Hilly Stlft, n local middleweight, wero matched Sunday for a light before tho Wost End athletic club of U. Louis. Tho fight win take placo on thu night of October,!?. ' Oct. 9. er Ailm. newer Aniooa "le Veteran. Weather Prejudicial to Growing; Crop. Washington, Oct, 7. Adra. Dewey, London, Oct. 10. Lord Curzou, of Kcdlcston, viceroy of India, telegraphs received an ovation Friday at tho that no further rains have fallen in United States soldiers' home, about India, and that the weather is preju- two miles beyond tho city limits. Ho dicial to the standlug crops and the drove out there during tho afternoon cold season sowing. According to the and Gen. Ruggles, tho governor of viceroy's dispatch the agricultural out- the home, introduced him to tho veterans. look shows no improvement. Thomas li. Iteed arrived in Washington Sunday night, lie declined to discuss politics, saying ho was hero to remove some of hit private belong iugs. 1h Kmbalniar Association. Chicaoo, Oct. 7. Buffalo secured th thority for the statement that the Fifth annual convention of tho NaDreyfus family will shortly go to tional Embalmera association to be . ; h)d in 1900 Egypt for tho winter. Dreyfus Family Will Paiuu, Oct. 10. The " to KgypU Matin is au- IV4 s kK lr JtUtf Tj.ir v x74. ii ,- -' - . i' tanaw wiMnmw frtriwi fe County Pajs H,VU)0. Going to Build i i t o LOCAL NEWS. Thursday, Nov 80th, giving Day. is Thanks- lcS"-(ito Kiei & Naylor for bargains in School Shoes. The Let Line is having four now boats built at Louisville,. .P.allard County is to build a f.'5,-1)0Court Hou.se in the Spring. Gov Bradley has consented to make il speeches in tho pending State 0 A WOIMjIPS I'JtlNIS. This Spring? Wo cm furnish you with everything needed to build with at . . . . . VERY LOWEST PRICES. campaign. r- Good yard wuio brown domesBaitzku iV Doims. tic, 8V. at of theTcmi.. Baptist this week at Union City. indows, DoorS mid Maybe tho reason why so few men Sush and Blind, make an oH'ort to sot tho world on (ire Shingle-- , Nails, is because there is no insurance on it. Huildors Hardwan, some men like fo loaf when tliey Paints and Oils have nothing else to do and when work Lime, Cement and PhiMor. comes around they like to loaf still bet Lot us figure with you. ter. of life Tin prices tor the f &VV.S. are higher today, ou the average, than at any time during tho past twenty years. Hon. Jo. Bailey, of Tsa, the Democratic leader in the last Congress, will speak in Pulton, Wcdiiosduv night, the Ituilroari Tiiin- - Tnhlc. IMh inst. N., 0. & St. h. It. It. The next regular mooting of the Hickman Buildiui: & Loan Association LKWK AltltlKS m. will be held at the court liouo next Train No. M t ' v m Train Xi 'il, " Trlu No. J, Ht Jt'5 in Trull) No 4, i ik. hi. Thursday night, lUth int. Rough Lumber, Dressed Lumber. co-do- The Twenty-Fift- h scsMoti Convention is in Annual U. P. Ellison uecc-.siti- ei . i Will They Expel Roberts.? The moral sentiment of t ho counCapt. Koger wrote that the Clyde, week in the Miiss-ipp- i try has been aroused to a high which sunk Inriver, was raided and is now atloat. pitch by the election of KobertH, She will bo taken to Mound City for of Utnh, a confessed and prncti repairs. cal polygnmitst, to n seat in Con Thoe who are in a jiositioii to now, partridges itate Kress; nnd among the tlrst ques- during that the propects for season are the coming hunting tions that will confront Congress bettor than they have been for many in Decetnbpr will be whether Rob- year jia.st. Gov Bradley has remitted erta will be seated, or if heated a portion under the foinis of law will ho liond in the case of J of C.forfeited bail Bondurant, J then bo expelled! There don't of this couutv, which had been adjudgappear to be any doubt as to the ed in the Outteii ca.se. 0 loaves for 2"c. regularity or legality of Roberts' JO loaves Bread for $1.00. Bread election, and the only charges Patronize home industry and save from against him is that of plural wives. 20 to HOc on the ilollnr, nt tho Now City Bakery. We dou't know Roberts' politics, Sam Steifel, who is now in jail nt but it ia clear that however much New Madrid, charged with incendiarour people may differ on political ism, hun been indicted by the grand jury at that place for arson. Tne ca.se hits questions, that there is practical been set for unanimity among the people faPadncah merchants are preparing voring the sacrodness of wife- for a Street Carnival on tho 20th and 27th iusts. They n largo crowd hood and the home, and this Hnjs of visitors and uro e.ptct preparations making that Robert should not hold a to entertain thorn well. seat in Congress. Let Utnh send Etd. M, P. U. Baird. who had such 10, in revival on Congressman not an insult to success the ucity Monday,Chutehis lately, a on was in wav for the moral sentiment of the whole a visit to his home at Fairfield, liy. Caruthorsville Democrat. country. -t V you." "Thou Nhalt ho ,. ,,,,, the law will permit thee," has taken the place of the new command-mon- t to ''lovo one another." While the "Ethiopian cannot chango his skin, nor the loopanl his spots,'' political parties cmi change their skin, spots, prinii-pleM'W A larire new .supply of Carpet and .policies and the avenge Samples just received. New Patterns partisan in so color blind and prrj and very cheap. Call and see them. H. O. Amiikiio. udiced that he refuses to believe 10-6-- Wo live in a strange age. Things improbable and almost Impossible transpire and we do not wonder. In this uuy of the telephone, liquid air, X lays and wireless telegraphy, few would bu surprised If glancing upward somo day they beheld a airship uing at the rate of 500 miles an hour carrying a party of oxcursloniMts to the moon tor a picnic. Great changes are taking pluoo in tho moral, religious social anil political world. Evolution anil revolution, two of nature's mighty lorces.aro at work. Change Is the uruur in i iu nay. The church of our lathers is a thing of the past. iwngioii is situ a good thing; but too much Ohristiauity is a fright-fu- l handicap in the mad race for dollars. In business and political life the golden rule has been mod illed to read, Do others before they get an opportunity to do mag-noBoopfull-rigged e, Councllmen 13. M. Taylor, Frank Knouee, W. P. Taylor ami l)r Hickman Alexander went to Tuesday aud secured an appro priatlon from tho county court of 3350 to nssi't in paying the smallpox expenses incurred by the city for Fulton during the past epidemic Fulton Guard. One Pure to Cliit'limati ami Return. Account National Convention Chris Tickets on sale from tiau Churches all eouK)ii stations of the M A: O. K R.Oct 12th, lltli, lUth and I.tli, Ilia Hod for return passage to Oct 21, 1MU 1 "M : m m HAWS line apait from all otlior.s. full value lor every A SHOE; DEPARTMENT Is !1 Chi-cag- o 7 fc "I'ox'ial Wo carry Slioas from - the cheapest to the highest of prices, gunninteeing Dollar o spent. large and varied line of W Kev On the 10th of December, S. A Donahoe, pastor M K. Church, South, Pt Pleasant, W. Va., contract ci a severe cold which was attended front the beginning by a violent cough to a ing. Ho says: "After number of so called spoeilioV usually kept in the house, to no nuris, I pur chased a bottle ot Chiunborlain's Cough I Remedy, which acted like a charm most chccrfullv rirommeud it to tin. , public." For sale by Cowgill A: Cow sill, Hickman, ivy , ami A M Shaw. SH7. J LADIES FINE SHOES btate Line, Urugglsts f his own eyes, nnd usually vote with thorn One shut. To our old friends and customers, we wish to announce that we have lought the largo stock of Implements. Buggies, Hamewi, Are , previously owned bv Sail dors A: Reeves, mid wo pnKM to make this stock second to none of the kind in this end of the State Call aud si e us and satisfy youn-elthat we mean to soil goods and s 11 tin m cheaper than. T r over before. f NOTICE! About '2i (liHorcnl kinds of Shoes, soiling at &.()() and upward. A lino wholo- of 1.00 Shoos nro soiling-at : I snlo. tfiHt A PUBLIC SESW"- "- Fare to Washington, K K. RKKVES A- CO 1). c. :i Via Mobile ic Ohio K. R. Tickets sale October Uth and 10th. limiti.nl return passage for Id days. Shower of Meteors In Noiemb-rr- . fur NEW PICKLES JUST RECEIVED! Mixed Sweet Pickles in Ham Is, Mixed Sweet Pickle lit Pottles, Sour Pickles in Bottles, Sour CucumlsT Pickles in Barrels, Sour Cucumber Pickles in Bottle, mm -- i r I "V5WSJS- - have tried the Africans and the. are bad medicine. fered the tho great programs has more ral. JP I offer for sale nil tho old CarIP Britain Tights, she will fight pet Samples. They are nice for Hugs, under compunction. The English and much cheaper than vou ever saw H C. Amiikiui. The value of the corn crop of Kansas will bo more than all of tho gold and silver mined in tho United States Admiral Dewey bus been of- tho small boy's mouth. Then that mouth quickly gets in shape for whistling SoMbiiODY remarks that Presi TlKaily Commercial Courier has dent McKinley declines to inter- been revived at Union City, and Bro fere with the Transvaal afl'air. Andrews says tho prospects are more Philip- tlattering than ever. It is a newsy sheet Pelted with star dust, stoned with 'Taint his sort of n fuss. be patronized ball-.- . pines good enough, wo are and should freedom of several of unprecedented crop is $flK),O0O,0Xi. cities. Judging from It is time tor the puckory persimtho obscurest citizen mon. The recent frosts are g freedom tliiin the admi- this delicious fruit to uet in shape lor euu-in- this year. Tho presint estimate of the ine grand celestial parade of meteors is scheduled for Noviu-bo- r 11th, aud three years must elapse ere tho last meteor lit tho procession passes out of BJjIit. When the path of the mifteor crossos that of tho earth the e"th passes obliquely through he stream, and is exposed to ' he down-pouof meteors tor sown! hours. ue greeted a few member) of the advance guard last year, wo expect to count them bvtho s this year and look forward to a view or tho roar guard in the year 1900. The members of tho celestial army are known the unuie of the Looutds, slndfcaie-Jpath traced backward all rultfato from a point in tho constellation Leo. Their uniform is green and blue, nnd they march in double-quIctime, with a peeii averag-intwenty-similes a second, As it happens we are hastening to moot the Leonids aud iin h result of tho combination of their speed with ours (which is nineteen miles a second) that of tho Leon idsis equivalent to forty or nflv miles n second. They make their presence Known tous lij means of vivid nnd petsn-ten- t Mashes of light, as they dash recklessly into the air surrounding our planet and bombnrd us with their celestial artillery. Thus we are r tlou-sand- MY XKW STOOK OF f i Fall and Winter Hoods hii tin- I Gherkins, Picklo Onions, Chow-ChoDrcr-slug- ft r , Salad Picklo Pepper Hash, Manila Kelish, Pajst's Oyster Catsup, Celery Sauce, Worcester Satire, Mustard and Horse Kadish. l'p-sMustanl, AUo, Xew Maple Syrtin, Clover Honey, Apple Butter, Pnervsf and liuiuof all Kinds. Ohlckeu Tatunlo, Boneless Pigs Feet. Driwl Fruits, Bulled Oats, Ax. i with IS AUK IN ING DAILY, anil we will take plcasnie in sliowing i 1 Fines! and Best Slock of Goods -- tftEYER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN i: I'KICIvS us UKASONAIMJC m mn lie luuml in any market. K I--i V aro so Inmy opening ami marking gooiU I lint we iiiiiiiiit give caoh peeiul line notice in tlii issue, lint will he glad to have yon i f f I g x L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. DON'T FORGET THAT Call and See the IX BACH Splendid Bargains HARNESS and BUGGIES IIM'AIM'MION'I' H. C. AMBERG. Just Receive!! ARE CHEAP! r'UU.V (JPAItVXTKKD, AXI) .WD TIUT . 1 i mo-te- and already big with glory. haniL-ouio- ly DR. W. M. BRIGHT, '. Hattalious of Leonids are march Sl'tJ.Ut HOUSE .MOLA.SSKS. Best quality new crop N. O Molasses ing in widely extended ranks, C. K. Kakkk'.s. What an interest the Prince of at about 100,000 miles across, by a Wales is taking in the South Af Ono faro to Nashville and return concerted plan along a prescribed rienn problem. Could the ililll-cul- on account trotting races. Tickets ou track (neailj L',0(J 0.000,000 miles in be. settled by a game of po- mi k irom an coiiinm stations on tiicspan) under otders sealed per- ker the prince would hoIvo the jiouue iv unio iiauroati, uct. inn nun hapH forever to human beings.. lorn, minion ior return pnxsago uct. .'1 problem single handed. lSli'J. TIIK CO.M'KllKltATK ON Mrs. Dr. Jim Heath, of the Crutch-fielUnited States soldiers con 2:1. itKKmmr i.akk. iioighlxirhood, was in Hickman. mimed, it is said, more than 1'2-Tuesday, with her little daughter. Dr. ii!)0. Con- - Jim I'lii-rn- . 000,000 grains of quinine during Paris operated on the little child tor , Kr pM-!i- !l tho past year. If this goes on. some palet trouble, which, we hear, was Mr. (Jeo. Warrrn. Uncle Sam will do well to buy a very successful. Kintl Friend Aieorilliix 0 forest of cinchona trees and go The oyster, straw berry and ice cream aro said to bo tho greatest of evangel- promine I will wrn ymi. mill if ynn will into tho drug business. ists. They have built and furnished liesu kimJ in, io Inform (lie propl Hiinugh more churches, paid i our paper, l he llickiiii.ii Courier, lor I Admiral Dewey will accept Drenchers and helped tho salaries of more know most of the nalilirrit more heathen than the present of a house in Wash- any other natural ageuden in the world. lke it, (in, iIiob,. tlmt don l nivUi Io, Unit e, the mviubors of C.imp Jim I'ir-il- e ington. Ho has elected to take a tj d I'llYSICIA'N. over WIIwmiV l. Bji I c gfjtjT!""'JJMi S HIC-IMA- rtli Unk SUirc, IIoIihiiIm lluiMine. oit. KINTUCL" v Cash we Trttsi, Kii-tov- And Prices ac Ilust ! U. F. REMLBY, .:. Attorney a -- av &;, Confi-dcmi- e AI REBVKS I IU-- J We Oflloo up Htnlm. Iloleomlio Riiild- - lZhaw jiiftt recelvid . llli'lll of tilt - M , y ine abroad brought money into America in exchange for broad-- ' cost stuffs, and the war necessitated Shoes. All go the taking of $200,000,000 from tho ' bank vaults to pay expenses. Tho reason ior present prosperity was One Pare that more money hud been put in On account of to Seattle, Wash. Ooiiven. circulation, that more money made tion. Tickets ou W. O. T, U. A: sale via M, O. R higher prices, and higher prices It., Oct. 11th to 13th inclusive, limited made better times," for return passage to Nov, Kith, 16U(J, J lire forming inefnes arly men of tho Republican party who in Vnod-lan- d Martin, (UnliiiT, PnionCuy, a occupy a much higher piano than tho Mill, Jor'lnn, (.'iice M.ircow, Clin-tolioinliieo for Governor. grand time at the Dallas Fair. All Columliiig, N'lnzn, Water Vtlley Hnd The St. Louis and Tennessee River oilier towns io go, hiM we tho big guns of the party weie ni (li'em all there, and Texas may be safely set P.icket Co'h steamer, City of .Memphis, 10 inri-- t in iltck iritn .ii tin. llmu ii ,..,.,( riiursday ol iitidemiood tlim nil olit ol down in tho Democratic column. suiiKaiuoiii uust on lost, and her IslsI emititihcir week. No lives woro Hiid luiiiilies nre It is not for tho purpose of thus uablo cargo is hut little damaged. She Inlted, hut every one in uri I friemU pro mipponeil io sofely predicting the tuture, for hit a hidden obstruction mid jabbed a vide iiimnelf wliii one ek iraiionn, un, limiing tackle, tenin, hlnnki-ithere Is nothing particularly re hole in her hull lifteen feet long. eic , to (to marknble about the Texas major Autumn is hero in its hero and vol I w"" "" """ ,,,Ke lUvir cw" "K J U, Pakkkk low leaf. Stiiiiinor with its dog days ities aside from their size. aim ren nor, iiiguts nas hiipneu away. Goods H..M PUKK CAItMVAL. been a Mr. Uryan denies that tho Mo Tho festive liy that hastho inimicalsource of trouble by day, and inos-Kinloy udminlsfrntiou has brought (jtiito, which sang about our couch I'lliliifiili, Ky., Oct. J(;h anil lITlli. w is nkvku so coMi'Lirn:. inrougn too long notnignts, prosperous times to the country. to warmer climates Now navo llown UXDJillWKAll, wo rent 111 Six Days Pun in Two. (.Jrand Arrival In a recent speech nt York, Nob., peace. UOSir.llY, of tho King. Steamboat Races. U.XXliKKIWmKFS, Yacht Races. .Vagnilloout he thus deals with the prosperity smriiNDIillS, Fireworks Dbjilay. question: Tho discovery of gold Among other rare novi Itios, showing CO I, LA Its, in the Klondike put a vast amount colossal Uro pictures of Admiral Dowoy GUFFS, of money into circulation; a fam-- l ug .loo" Wheeler. This CLOVKS, No W!) Veteran', lnit home nlready constructed and has is ptt Moulin. Out 2&I, wr Hint) to no to expressed the wish that it will be the Like uml Ipivt; a He iin.oti; mnl we Cost. modest enough to per i 1 the bill waul nil who will go Io meet n in Hick for furnishings to be included in Johu W. Yerkes, of Danville, is mii. not Inter llmu elern o'nlock on the amount subset ibed for the billed to speak in Hickman, Oct. J.Ird. Mouriny iht 'J'Sil of i,ih nionili, Tor we Ho is ono of tho really able and schol- wnnt to pel lliert Unit Ulrlil. Wt urn in purchase of tho propertv. formed Mini ihc-Coiifi-tleriite 1 Buchanan closing OUR MENS assort HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. out at ..IKONBBDS.. In White Kiiamel and Imitation Mil- hoauy lliiitdi, altxia large supply of Hud Rtsiiu Sails, Mai treat's, Wiro Springs. Ohairs, etc. We w ill gl.idly show you througli our stook. Oall and examine tluui for yourself. Will practlci- in all Courlsnf the State - Dli. S. K. DAVIDSON The Texas Democracy had n. limiCMAN, KHNTIJOKY Stephens & Smith. Olllno , Now is your onnortunity lo buy a nair ol celebrated Browiijcurmvuior Pin,wiiiri.Hoiuiio luittlo of Manilla. with tho at Buchanan's. at nnd bring your family, your friends will all bu lieu, Reduced rates on all s uud; Steamboats, Rail-rpud- Gorgeous, Spectacular and Allegorical Carnival, iiiclndiug homo of tho finest floats over constructed by genius mid art. Merchants and Industrial Parade. Parade of Jolly Klks. .Military ami Marine Music, It costs you nothing. Coino yourself ELECTION NOTICE, Hy virtue of an order made by the Fiscal Court of Fulton i'o , nt its April term. IMH, and directed to inoasSlierill' Notii'i: is hereby Furnishing Stock of said county, will lie opened andgiven that noils an diction held nt each voting product in Fulton County, ou Tuesday. November 7th, 1S!I!, at which election the iue-tioof whether or mil tho Fiscal Court of Fulton county shall eauso the bonds of tho count v lo the amount of Twenty Thousand Dollms lo be isiiicd for the purpose of building a Court House in said county, will bo submitted lo the legal voters in said county Said hoods SKCKWFAll. are to lie of to denomination of $100 each, payable bearer, drawing interest at II per cent, per annum, f 1,000 of Liuxin (Jolhun, lOo. Latest StyloH in Neckwear received said bonds to lie due in a years from date, and $1,000 due respectively .1, every week. uml K years from dale. Said election will be held at the same place and time aud hy tho sumo olllcers FUKNISIIIMl Goons Rice & Nayior s who hold tho general election. of Witness my hand as Sheriff DKl'AJVrMKNT, County, Ky this Sept. 22il, Ib'JI). n I Ful-to- n RpS ovr Oowgill & OnwgilP Drug Htoro. A. P. OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN, KI3NTUOKV. TlilAI, wi,.n you moil pC llln"kMMilliliig donn, or repair In ilorsi'iiliuliij; ii vpcojiillv Hiionx, ,J. A 1 1IVi:ii: alno ki-- rt fall linn of c Cuiiininii, ItoMcwiioil, uml Holhl llluck Wulnnt Collinii nnd C'ltNPH, uliioli oir.ii lm lillfil up hi nliort not ice, uml nl roieioii-ulil- e prii-CH- Undortakor' . Goodn (live iim n yA Sliop nenr the cull, .lull. CASH SHOE STORE, J, T, BTyimuJFIKLl), 8. F, 0, I The larm near lliekman known as tin C. W. Powell place, near Dyershiirg 00 acres f t io.ul, is offered lor sale, ulearuil, very good houses, onihard, iV;(j. For further information, apply to Oko Farm lor Sul. Vahejj, 'LJlLiM .1: v"' JtU- 'tUto!-'- - - -- (Mririt- ' . mm.ttbti tmimmmtM i'aii m M'K THE HICKMAN COURIER, l JL DO IT TOO. .MiHH I A Modeler in t'lny. teuri;e Murreii. HICKMAN, KY FRIDAY. elty tills week. tie, . : , OCT HI, 1MW in .lolm Cole, (if St. Louis, in tlii' ' fBALTZER&DODDS t TiPANn SHOWINGS jjjaBBn A fiirmer Pteppeil into a jirlnt inc ofllcc mill (iiiil to lie editor: "Id like to tuko your ptiper but I inn loo poor ." "Go home" unit the editor, ' iiikI pick out n lien, cull her mine, novo or sell the efifjh from her for mo and if she wmitH to not, lot her, mid next fall tiring her and the product from that hen. I will fiond the paper." When full en mo he found ho watt tUu -- KAU.MIIirS t ftV CHOICE Dome llAiT.l'it iV Uoni's. It M. Uler went In SumbtirK, on Ueelfoot Luke, Sunday, t I I . V lw Henry ICinenmu went to Union City, TueMlny uiuht lKt) HpiiiI yourorders to the new City Kukery for l'nwb Oysters mid Celery Mm I'owlkwi, of troy, TV1111 , mov-tilto lllfkliuill tills week Ouit. John . I. Yoiuipr pIlntHl the t O F, """OMSKSS" tiiK M II. Hlutw to Cairo, Monday hi U H grade nun's Shoes Kit i: iV ,N wi.oit ft Sum Wiule iiimI sister, Mis Daisy, iitlenileit the St. Louts Fmr I11M w ek TIiiiii Rogers unit Albert Itomlu nint, of Clayton, spent Sunduy in the eiiy. MjgT HIU'K bleehel DuiutMii for nt Uai.i.ku & l)(iM- Mis Savaiinii iviki'r nlum..! boute Wedntihduy tnun u visit to Tnnn. .lri Snlltii Pnrrit mill litfli il;tiiirli ter have mtiirneil home ut Ctrtb viJle, for titiit $ ftO. l:!YVe New:i' Fall Goods! Per Yard fc Tlu'Mi' 51MI01'i;"aml lileached Uouiestie. Worth lew item plticc lis to the I'tont us tin1 iihiM noneroii.M 1 ! f - I'.AliCMN CMVKHS. We believe in lieine; in 31 vr Per Yard for pkmI yard wide U W N o rents. V - ij(jmi:stio. UK 'P 7e. 4. tl' leatl. i Worth WW .) ' y A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows : "I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tougue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had gien me up. Then I was advised to uso Electric liitters ; to my great joy, the flrsi Montgomery Street Fair. bottle uintlo a decided improvement. I Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 8, bM. continued their use for three weeks, aud One fare from all ticket stations on am now a well man. I know they A: Ohio Kuilroud. tlie Mobile Tickets the grave of another victim." No sold Oct SJlKt to 'JSth iticluMve, limited one should fail to try them. Only 50c, for return to Oct, UOth, 18!l'J. guaranteed. At nil drug storeg. 2:t-S- he wanted to borrow bin neighbor's paper ho was always reading it ho he had ,(o watt until the newH was old or take it second banded. There ih nothing like taking ono of your own mid get the uowfl from llrHt hands. Try it. piijlnc the price of two papers. After that he wan never too poor to take a paper. HeaideH, when Tula HmorBOii tins fashioned the head and bust of a female out of OoluinbtiH fire clay, which for genuine art, leaves no doubt of her talent in this direction. It is her first attempt, and laying all ridiculous praise aeide, the Critic feels justly warranted in saying it is a very fine piece of sculpture, mid unmistakably platen her in thn rank of artists of great talent. Oolumbtio Critic. Kohheil llie Urine. r roj-be- d fte Dress Goods. Ladies Ladies Suits. h 1' 1 Ohio. t5lT Ifresh Ovtr ami Celery reei iv dully itt the City Ibtkery. Ko,. I). V. DickliiMtn. we hear, at-- , tended the Ijotilrfvilte CurniMil this etl week. -- Elabnp l T IT. Dudley, of tin Olituvh. Is iiunuuuced to preach In Hleknmn, Nov. Iltli. King up w wlun you want t frwli llolW, Ilnswl. Emits, Nut ami Kpis-cuitu- Oauilten. - ( 5olr W'eurn ami Xatli Himn-i- s, who have leeil visiting bollie folk lure, n turned to Omuite City. Ill today - .Mr Jnhu I) Shaw, u vomit; hanker of lCulnene. ICv . is viMting the fun lite of Mejwr. ft V. Shaw and M IS . We have just ailded a lino of LaOur DrcKi (lotxls Department Is dies Tailor made Suits, best (juality nt Kail Skirl Patterns brlming over with beautiful Venetian Oloth, Ily front and tight iU cents Kabrics, which are hard to resiit, lilting Jackets, new Skirts, at in eoiiMdcnitlon of the low prices Silk Underskirts, all shades at j.r IK) we ask for them. No large protilH Nice, new Silk Skirtnat 7fc here, everything the very Lowest to $ 00 Head the following valuer : MIsst". nail Children's KlueW t'reioiiK. I'.' inch, Silk C I 0'"i Ladles' 1 styles. ami WtKl-n- ew (3t)lorisl (!ieMins the newest Q .)"t We have just received a big line in ' goods for Skirt, We have a spceial all colors and shapes age 0 to 15 .' inch, Venetian Ol you Kid lo curs old, ranging in price from ' ,VMf (Moves offer more inwhen Cloth, something new, No Made to It) inch (3amel,s Hair li"u, these are gone sell at $1.00, foMMc Plnitls, for Skirts, l'auey Camels Jill inch -""' Ladies Canes. Hair eireet, at STAPLES. tl inch Tricot, Home- OA,, Ladies Plush Capes Collar trimspun and Plaids, at med with Tibet Kur and Headed, We sell them chcipcr than you can buy them wholesale All-Wo- Underskirts. $10 to 18.50 'Hn l '! I V'. '-- -- ' " Kid Gloves. .;(). ''J Jackets. Har-gai- n all-Wo- -- ail-Wo- S1.08 to 5.00 '- - ,uc A Shoe i Ladies Djess Skirts. M Khnw. Store. 'JVIuplmiir (plus fc!0 Wuh., nrrMint W C T Koch nt toT SmiiI freth meat So SHAW fort holer of all kind, at the old V. M JIH Oiih fur iV. to V tle, Htt fluidity (amels Hair Plaid X Skirts. in new l,1U coloring, at Ul.Kk Silk and Wool Cretin OO O.UJ Skirts, at Hi M to KKST CALICO, OOOI) CALICO, WlH)l, Ifit!. oopery'd. fl '"-- r av all Collarettes. W" show a nice line of Kur Collar-liuvtteSilk lined, from &(1 Z Tfi to Ked Twill KLANNKL, LONSDAL15 HIeached for 01, c. (( O.UU s, $ Cannot Be Cheap Unless It Is Good! is NO POOK SHOE can ever rlso to the dignity of a Bargain. THE VITAL POINT of our Shoe Selling Cheaply, but uof Cheap Shoes. OUK MOTTO IXttt, Oct. Mobile Applv to any Ohio tk'ket Kgem Kh-7l- Coiimii h. IKWli Shirt Waists. Ladies Satin WaM, all shade Ladies Kl.tiuiel Waist, Plaids ami Mili.l colors, 1 'J5 to 1 Fall Millinery. that we Sell Kov C L Vriev. Krrtnrnf tin KpiH emml ('hHreh at l'tiitm. hit 1mm n quite rte tlnswiek in Hlrkimiii Hi' is stop plug with Kev Atflier Itooglirr -.- 1. K. Pane. Ax't Supt of llie St L , Kennel V S. K ItHtlriNiil, it rei hat tn II III tli'lit of t'arutherHVille, llloVman, I III week, vlxitln Iiim iI.hikIi ler, Mi. A. 1 gjUT IjHrvtxtt lino tif HetitiiiK ami CiKltlliK rftoveit in town I.. I. A: W. H litHMis k'- A at 1 7ft tti ' 0".'" ; .;() HOPK DOMKSTIfat others ask ytiu 7f r,e, 2.V. ILANS, at of I'lishiouable trinmud Sailors in harmony of In intv and good taste, at intiit rea-iiabli prices A gorg' ius di-pl.- iy has always been ii Hies I Grades anil Lowest Prices." ' J HA CLOTHING RND SH0ES. In Mensill-Wo- ol 1 1 WHEN WE FIX the price $2.00, that means the very best Shoo to bo nad for $2.00. A Pound of Performance is worth a Peck of Promises. Wo always have all wo advertise. Mul i ii .li Atl'y A. W. Miitltav hie vMtliiK H. Loiih, Oiioiy.) ami Akmt, Intl. Ou hi trtn lie mhw l'ni Ih-- tlem .NlrKiiilny, MmIw. . nwl -- Joe AJ the , the Yh Mem - ami Children- - dits v.t etui Miow miii the liest and Cheart, Line in Hickman. .Suits fiom S.'i.HO to J15 IM). 1'ur Hos Snito anil 1XtVc??atH we tell the "JANB OP K INS" make- - all Suits linve Poulilf Seat ami Knee, thn' I fail to see our Hoys .r) to i( year old Our stock of M ns and Ladies SHOES Ueefcr Overcoats, Come inspect our lino. (or ( hildreii the lie.--t mail is ct'iiiilcte,ainl our School Shoes ?;. m 'io Your money back if you want it. I'n-xuto- 1'reMiier of fmiaila, of B.A.XVFSSSIFi. , ot nint'Hi. it in irmM. in tlif int'nit tif tin trh ptumr -irhwre llieri'iMiluijr the IiwiiiukI re tHHe ecliiHtfi' Kiiici. illy V Wnnlit Tel WflrKnl for lh Chow-iutiihOMe t . utMajtlild .i iiiiiiiIht of ItiUn-rfm1 1 ,'V KN yii. Xt-y- c ti Tui-du- t it it n: ik ut.. par-MtiiH- .lob Ceiililn'l VVtVt'tVVi lime Mooil It -i Itc-Uuh! cfe DODDS, -- SHOE H STOKE, RICE & HflYLOB. CASH I ? - if he'ft bad Itching Piles They're ti r nblv jiinoyiiiL'; but Huekb n's Arnie.i In Hickman, nt the Methodist ('. K KakiekV Salve will cure Hie worst cure of Piles Mt'k, nt y. by on earth It has the 10th on thousands. For - .Mr An-ICie Kev W 1. Hitl.y, .Mr A Verne din- In juries Pains or eund Eruptions it Shark ami .Mt-Kodtly ItoiR-r- t were marrM nt th Immii iff, ger, of (Iranite, Ills, to Mis Pearl the hen! salve in ilu world. Price Sfie tln lirVlV )in'ii. Mr ami Mtx .lam Sold by ul! Wearn. thtughler I'.r'Mr. .1. V. Weam. Ikix. Cure guaranteed. th' ltulii. north otytnwir ritv. Wwlnewlay The happy couple left ou the :"0 druggists. IS THE very peiple are ptthIhk Thiw I ESTRJNOTICE, STAFF OF LIFE la r iintl lmv iimny trieutLt who train Tuesday night, for (ir.iuitu, III., 'imtl:iiiil at Mliniiitaut mihi'MH in life. - (which is a suburb of the eity of Saint Cfiiifeilerate wUi llK-AND TO (1KT . . . UllWM IMlKHTNt. .Mills, .Not. 2nd. Taken up as a stray by J. C. Koper, Louis.) their future home. Mr. dinger living one half mile north of the Shuck in endorsed :m mi excellent young man, GOOD FRESH BREAD .1. I,. Hofii inu'. miles east The Keuiiioii of the JWd TennesM road ami live and - of your p.tinmaKt lor a j a foreman in the (iranite steel works, of the eitv of Hickman, in Fulton Co., AH ...a ..Jii-.i flO TO THE . i I.. . ul ami every way worthy, and Kegiment, Confederate Vcttr.ins, w ill ou the Huh day or September, lb!, one J... U'lll ' "mi m I'll'" mini" IlKl' Ni'IM gray mure, aged almut ten years, IIimI I lot I In iiHiiiM'tioii with tin- Xew the bride is a nure. sweet minded young he held at Woodland Mills. Toiiu.. girl the juifle of her hoinnuml a favor- 'Ibursibiy, Nv M, IMH. Our frieiue black spots on her shoulders, H.tHwr Hlio- p- Miw .litdp'i' old ntaml. Gity dew Bakery. f ite with all who new her May heavhands, but Counly, Ky., are mvitetl i about fourteen and Mo., en's choicest hblngn be showered up- in Fulton The eMUeifof New Mndiiil, or brands w ith us no murks We 1" h a v i ii g come and take .t part liave ohhiI ul u piihlie meeting held on them. extend a cordial welcome to evKmlcnl and which is appraised at the value of Innt vevk thai one of the liirmil hloekx t twenty live dollars. soldiers to come to our 1hhy lite eily hikI iIihiiUi d to lMittKlH MAVES-TKE(Jiviln under mv hand this '.Mitli tluy oujoy the tK'casion with us. All frit ie' court Iioiimi., the emtnly lor ltd luvv Mr Kills Mayes, fine of our most wor- who can conveniently do so. will pleas, of Sept. MM II KA.I)(UAU'.1M2UK '1'hev have m1m entahliNntl lire limits .1. W. Mayks, .1. P F.C. was bring basket tif provisions to help iti-- i in whieli only hriek, attme or oilier tire thy anil prominent young farmers, (be multitude. married on llu I lib to Miss Kosio Tresis, rmf huildini may lie ereeteil. Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates I. N HitAMi.v.M Com A ttaw mill and Imrrel hiKip factory, the lovable and accomplished young Co-wgillA Tllinisilliil Tongues near thin city. U'lniiftiiiK It) .Mr. .Ii Im ilaugliter of Mr. Henry Treas. This exand Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, W. Uraii'.fonl. of Union City, was tie. young couple combine all the most Mr Hrans-fon- l cellent finalities of bead, heart and sur- Could not express the rapture of Ami" MNiyetl by lire hint week thinks that the maehimry was not roundings, to make life prosperous ami E. Springer, of Philadelphia, when It entirely ruined and that his lo will happy, and hosts ol friends give them Kings New Discovery eund her ot .. greetings and prayers for their backing cough that for many years li.ni not exeeiMl I(MM) He had no iiiMirunco liapi-future and CELEKY RECEIVED DAILY The plant will hi leimllt itlit away muflo life a Inirden. Shesajs: ''Afi all other remedies uml doctors failed it jMILUiNJBY BARGAINS Fresh Oysters served in any style, and at all hours. soon removed the pain in my chtwt ami 4i)() iMimis I can now sleep soundly, something Como See Us Telephone 0!). can scarcely remember doing before. I custom-mari- e Mus HAlti'".it respectfully attracts the us tiiroiigiiiiu attention of the Ladies to the fact that teel like sounding l)r praises New Dis . . . . Ivimr's tin. iitiiviirvit " (Saturday, Oct Itli), she covery is guaranteed to cure all troubles on will niiike special prices ou ail Trimmed ot the Throat, iJliest or Lungs, mm the .Mr II. V .Mct'hesney, Hats, Velvets, SilUs. Notions, Etc She f.Oo amlLOO. Trial bottles tree at all t iioiiiliieo lot State ichool asks you to call ami inspect her lines, lrug stores. ami Hon. 13 O. (!rassliain, of uml receive the beuelit of the special Mas. Haiii'KK Livingston County, spoke at Oity Hull. sales Saturday lust, in the interest of the IIIIAIMHIAKTKKS l'OU Notice. State Uemocratie ticket. .Mr Uravdiuni's IN an interview Bishop Dndlo.r specoh was very largely directed to an iliseusseH in Htrong teniM the lax. The crcdltfirs of Eil Meyer are hereexplanation ami defence of the new divorce lawn of the United Staton by notillcd that on Oct. Dili, 18!M, at the October term ot the Fulton County Lleetiou law and his hpeeeh was an DI3ALEU IIJ niiiii mill iiilcrcstiiiL' one. Mr Me- anil says he believea the lCpiseo-pa- l Court the undersigned Assignee of Ivl CHILL is a happy ami pleasant speakchurch at its next General Meyer, entered a motion to be dis(y'hesaey charged us said Assignee from said trust er, and made theeleaiesi unit most eon Council, will adopt a cannon KHNTUGKr AND viiuuiiK speeeh we ever heard of the i t n tslergyinen to marry uud released from any liability ou su, SflitMil hook hill. He carries the thereof, said discharge- to lo DOUGH Sl'illlFS, Chinn December term of with him as object lexsons illvoreed perHiiiiH. maileat the regular hooks iilniiK SOLE AGENT FOU said court. tif the ureal difference in prices to he . K. KUYKENDALL, Auction Auction neoiii'fil ly lilt' people. It is ililllcult to "STANDARD" Linooln County. I'eabody Club. A 'I Assignee of Ed Meyer sen how any one of no matter what polwill sell to the highest, bidder, the UNION UITY, T13NN. ities, can vole apiinst the bill. These entire stock of Wutches, Clocks, Jewelucutlenicu spoke lit I'ayce, Orutclitlehl, ry, Kings, Musical Instruments, iSc., ARTIDLft-- s I'alesliuo and other places in this coun- for cash, roniineuciug'on Saturday, at ty and we understand had k(,(,,I o'clock. I laud sale 10 acres ot tlienccs. , TimOi.i) Ki:maiii.i: .li:vi:i.itv Stouk. nearhave for Station, Ky., at lino per DEAR Siu: I nm onablotl to sell, mid heroby offer you, four full 15.00 .Ionian acre, on easy terms; or will trade for quarts of "HOLLWOOD" Seven yonr old, Doublo Distilled. RYE .lllMt a smaller liice, ami make easy terms WHISKEY, for $S.OO, EXPRESS PREPAID. The new meat store, at the Kacket. ou the buluni'c. $1,000 worth or timber I propoHO to ship on approval, in plain Boxes, with no marks to Sttiro stand, Fren. corner. Fresh ineairt can be sold from Ibis land to mills mar iiotitentH. Whon you receive it and test it, if it is not Biitiafao-lorof all kind delivered to any part of by, or I will agree to buy till the timber return it at ray expense and I will refund you $3.00. Thin is n ill). at A portion of in tho trade. Write or call on mo town. Telephone Fulton, Ky. Compounded, most liberal offer, uud I awit.it your orders, Yours very truly, your patronage solicited, Carefully. J, V, FALL. lO.KMm W, R, ti.motiiv m:i:i. CAltJEK-WEA- ItNinarck's Iron Xene Was the result tif his splendid health,' Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Knlneys mil Uowt is ure out f)I onlcr. If youwunt these qualities and the success the,) bring, use Dr King's New Life Pill's Only Sfic. At any drugstore. I j Bread -- S3 11 )! 1 . one-hal- f m ni' - -- hav-iiigsoi- -- -- V one-hal- love-feas- uii-- i - AS) Jireatf, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! I . y and Boys Suits go Ueiuo-eriitiSuper-iiitendeu- Ll & Cwg!li4 . FRESH OYSTERS ! I I. 1 at Cost at Hucluimm's. 1 Druggists t' New City Bakery. W. R. WEBSTER, - TOlCi for-bidili- - II! 11 liSffi a 1 1 LAND FOR SALE. -1 roiLifT - SPECIAL OFFER" Supply your wants Great- est Store. Everything going at cost, at Hickman's lt'lll. rUKSCIMlTIONS - - te y WEBBTER, Ii- - c u o v SCCCttCiM C9m DISGRACEFUL WAR. rreal-tlpo- HANNA AND OHIO. n it t Vr STATE ODDS AND ENDS. The Philippine Poller of the dent la llnnl The Hepolillcnn piled In the I'lilftpptaa Question. lloaa la Not later.. W &&&&&$ S& A BIG AUTOGRAPH CArT -- T I'nlltlei. I r i Mr. Mark. Hnrtna is 7rnloun for the The pain nntl amazement of the Mc--J Klnlcyltes at the fact that nny uonyj reputation ui aununu cwcy. ueuis should he base enough to desire to likes to hear politicians squatted at his make party capital out of their gigan- car suggesting to him that "Glands thou PACING FUTURITY. THE RAVISHED AND MURDERED. tic blundering In the Pl'illlpplnes, Is art and Cawdor and shall he king here getting to be such that they can no after." That docs not suit Haunt's proHeat to Decide th Sill IMchard Coleman, a Younc Negro, ArrettIt look longer contain themselves. They are gramme. The king herenftcr Is to boot Itacei on ed anil ( onfe-to Kitting Mr. Trot at tlio I.cxlnf-toi- t beginning to explode with Indignation liU own selection, nnd his mind is alFriday Aflurnoon. .lamet t.xhbrook. mid horror. While trying to win votes ready mado up ns to the identity of that Maybvili.k, Ky., Oct. 7. Mrs. James for you fellows out of the mistakes wc gentleman. It Is- cry wrong to suggest Ky., Oct. 8. Tho crowd Lkxixotok, go Into fell oft a little from thnt of Transyl- Lashbrook, the wife of a well to do farm- fellows have iiinilel Merciful heavens, to the admiral that he should ruin of Politics would he the wns ever such political turpitude heard politics". vania dnv. but It still was large. Tho er and a incm'ucr of one of the oldest was nghiist nt the klin. He occupies the highest position October wind had a bitter touch which families In this county, was ravished of before?ia Col. Day to the Ohio re- In the navy, and surely it Is to his Interhis letter thought, mado overcoats necessary. Otherwise and murdered Thursday afternoon at publicans. It is true that his horror est to be content with thnt. It appears tho weather was all that could be her homo at Clarks station, six miles and disgust were n trllle too plainly alM) to be to the interest of Mr. llannn wished and the traelc was In fine con- from this city. Whllo alone at home theatric; his stnrts and gasps nnd thnt he be content with that. dition. The pacing' futurity, which she went to nn outhouse and while stares were clcary stngey; you nil llannn does not choose to remember should have been a feature of tho day, there It Is suppose that ono or more nloi:g saw that he would be perfectly that Grunt had the highest position in was a farce, Glory broke repeatedly tramps who havo been in the neigh- willing to go oft" nnd take n drink with the army nor to suggest thnt he should In both heats aud so badly in the last borhood for several days attacked her. th" villains when the play was over; have been content therewith. He was After the outrage her assailants secur- but he already has many Imitators mid doubtless among thoe who encouraged that Lucie May distanced her. the Idea that Orant should be president, The 2:17 pace, first on the card, was ed a club and teat out thu woman's we rhall hear much more of the conduct of party opponents tint since he is quite sure that Dewey a big surprise. Tom Wilkes sold for brains. ntut I superior to S:5 toS13 in the first heat aud S.'StoSlO lhtirsdar tilsrhi the oftVeri broach t in holding n ri"!bHea ndmlBSslrstian wii! rise Impediment nit temptation why to the major to nceount'for the colossal failure of Its iror no In second, lie won both with apparent In Hlchard Coleman, a young Negro, .tnes llnnna so seriously apprehend th Philippine policy. field who has confoisod to having murdered case. For third Wilkes for i::ar in mind, however, that the oh- - possibility that he mnyjield? Ills a Mrs. Lashbrook. 810, but the favorite broke at the head They were able to jectlon Is not to making party capital good old proverb: "Let the cobbler stick of the stretch and finished second. get him into the jail through a mob ol out of the Philippines, a such. It is,1 to his last," nnd if Dewey is wUc he will Carmcllta won in handy fashion from 500 people by telling, the crowd they only to making democratic party rap-- :; upon it. If he dues not he must take Hilly George. Carmelita was made fa- were not sure of Coleman's guilt. it ah The truth Is, MeKlnley and Hun- -' His chances, een of offending the po Covinoto.v. Ky.. Oct. 7. Richard na had Intended nil the political capital unt political figure of thin country, his vorite on the next heat, selling for 330, field 525. She took the next two heats Coleman, the colored man that could be made out of the Philip- - monitor, Mark Hanna. Mr, Ilnnnr. In n recent Interview raid: who foully murdered Mrs. James pines strictly for themsehes. For thq with but little trouble. near May.svllle, Ky., Thurday democrats to interfere and claim nnV j do not know nny thing about the ltill-o- f It took sevcu heats to decide the 2:31 it Is a pure pencrskm of a snerod i,plnes; the only fight tun watching Is trot. A schedule of bcUlug by heats evening, was brought to tho Covingfund, and the courts should intervene the one In Ohio." These statements will ton jaw Friday, in cnarge of Deputy shows how bettors tried to hedge. An injunction would, we think, ho i,. readily accepted by his countrymen. May C was original favorite, and af- Ilobinson, as lynching was feared. grnntcd by any federal Judge, restrain- - P. llmina does not knowaiul newrilid Deputy Robertson said: "All they ing ter winning first heat .sold for 50, field llrvan nnd other democratic ora k'iow anything nbout the Philippines. SS. Could not keep her feet and was needed at Mnysvillc was a leader. tors from so much ns mentioning the He Is not watching the fight out there practically left at the post after tho When I was getting on the train with word Philippines. The president has .i ul apparently neither is nnv body else. starter had warned her driver repeat- Coleman a large crowd surrounded ui nn exclusive property right to nil the' - ive to condemn It ns utterly discredit edly. She was distanced, Earlim S and threats were beard on all sides. party capital which the Philippines can. !e to the republic. As to the light in winning the heat. E.irllm S sld for Coleman was handcuffed to me and be made to yield, and what are wc)(in0t courc Mr. Hanna will watch oonilng to If outsiders can break In mid bat wry carefully. It iusolvcs his 17. field SiS, and she took the heat. Her trembled like a leaf. Coleman admitted having slain Mrs. tike It.awny from him? We know what .Meal fortunes and his personal pocket- price went to 50 and the field sold for Mil;. '"hlctigo Chronicle. S30. Next heat betting was the same. Lashbrook with a club, but hu could his adulators would have wiiil If hi plans hud not. gone so grievously Sth, Heron licit soid for give no reason for his crime. After the "I expect to lmng," he s.iid, "and the wrong. If Agulpnldo had grow'lrd nt; MORL LOSS THAN PROFIT. S15. Finally for last field S:5, his feet; If the Filipinos had hastened sooner it is over the better." heat Karllm S was again the favorite, to submit to his usurpation nnd Illegal i:Mitnr of Ii!iirrlnlliii In llir I'm-o- f the fiCid bringing 15- Malzour was ,,,, proclamation, what a powerful nrgu-- j llir I llllrd PRICE DISCRIMINATION. best and won the last heat handily. ment the- - republicans would have seen Mnlr. pace for Saturday was The in it nil for reelecting the great, strong, declared off, only Searchlight remain- Oinn i! Co, of ( file j RO, rllonl Hook in flexible, infallible nun, the administration gets ready I)r.lpr. to lt Mini l,j- County ! Ur- - who spake nnd it was done, who com- toWhen a leport to the people as to the Mr. S, II. Bronson. of New ing in. mnkn liilrndrnt of frlinoi Lul:. Haven. Ct.. offered to match his horse. manded and it stood fas!! To demand tc Ct nad losa of the jwlioy of lmci miotes for Mieeess in foreign contpHen-tlon- s ni, how will the account Munrt? Searchlight, ag.dnst any picer on the Lancaster Ky., Oct. 9. County Suis Ii jltlninte; but to say tint Certainly not in fator of a policy track for 52,500 to S5,)!)0. Also otlcred perintendent of Schools Lusk has been otes should bo withheld on account of which burdens the nation with taxes to race with any three pacers for 53,500 by State "Superintendent the humiliating failure vhy, thnt K ,, i) jf lies no :idci(UHtc return, a side, each racing with Searchlight a instructed Davidson to institute suit against Oinn sim-l- y monstrous! . Men who would d" in 1st) the iiHtlona) receipts were single heat. &. Co., of Chicago, .or SlO.OOO for al- that would botiflxe uion n mother's 3,0H,Vs2 and the expenditures efSearchlight, 2:03,V will make an In their ronntr'. leged violation of the .scnool book law. ftrave and and the array and uaty cost the fort Saturday to break the world's Glnn ifc Co. executed bon t to the shame. This is a republican, a MeKlneminent $6,5s9.0U. record of l:5'Jtf he.d by Star Pointer. state board of education that any ley. war. If It succeeds, but If It goes How does the account stand for the book which they submit and in adopted on from one disgrace to another It Is a "rseni fiscal year? l'lo 1J;ij Morn of High Llatt Itac.ii;;. whjeh all are respon The receipts were J315,0CO,2'i and the "ivy., Oct. 9. The trotwill not be sold any higher in thai national war, for Lexington, sible, and to support which nil eltlzcnaJ 'snondlturcs $"03,072,171, of which meeting will continue this week county than in any state or eoun'.y Ir nre bound to stand together. ting V Jj,7S5.9tOsvent for the army nntl ., withifive days of high class racing aud the country. Post. juuvy. Tvfonday two stake events are carded. Parties In this county went to th While MeKlnley s administration has COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. The Walnut Hall cup, worth in money state of Indiana and purchased a com iHrrr.in-tsxos and raised the revenue 2,000. to which is added a loving cup, of "Montgomery's History" for 01 worried over in ewry possible way, tint deficit this Tlit! trusts arc not value 8.100, by I V. Hardness, of New cents, which is identically the sami year amounts to SStUH.&i'J. York. Lord Vincent, winner of the book as Is sold here for SI, with till any conferences that may x held In Taxes lime been increased 27 percent, St. Louis or anjuher else so SlO.OOO Transylvania, is the favorite exception of the notation "published Chicago, by the republican administration and long us thrv have coniinaud of the situfor tho cup and his chances are regard- under contract for the state of Indiana' ation nt Washington. Pcorin Herald the expenditure has doubled since lirM. Not only this, but the Interest-hearltued as good. The Stock Farm purse of being printed on the book sold in that Transcript. debt of the government ha grown from i'l.OOO will bring out a great field of state. Administration organs are still $600,000,000 to Sl.t-- 149,050. boven. The 2:10 pace completes the InA Potto Aftrr Hint, harping away on Gen. Oti nHrged Xow, what has MeKlnley to Mmw for card. l.virz, Ky., Oct. 5.Hcnry Cassady, competence, without hating the cour- this cnormaiu increase in debt and The lioad to Ilt llu It. slayer of Town Marshal Joseph Kirk( age or candor to admit Hint MeKlnley itiixos? LkxixgioN, Ky., Oct. 'J. The Ohio & Is yet at large. It Is believed he Is in is responsible for Otis, just as he Is for The war with Spain ended more than is scouring everj" other feature of the war of con- a year ago. This nation Is support! to Kentucky railroad is to be built at West Virginlx A pos-Columbus Press-Posbe at peace with all other nations, yet once. The contract has b?cn let to M. this section. Others have gone to West quest. Senator llannn can see no evil wur expenses go on nt an Increased is Virginia. Huntington detectives arc Lally, of Detroit, Mich. The road In the trusts. Why should he? Isn't he settle. to extend 20 miles, starting at Jackson, here. depending entirely upon the contribuit will be difficult for MeKlnley to Breathitt county, the terminus of the Will Itn Chrlttrnixl OIlddlrlnrou-:li- . tions from the trusts to tarry hlta safe- mnke his profit nntl l s. account bal& Eastern railroad, and Lexington M:i)Dt.i:snono, Ky., Oct. C The lion- ly through this fall's election? Tlanra ance. The people of the I'liltcil States ' running into the rich coal and timber ess withUaskill's Midway show, svhic'i is for the trusts and the truBtsure forj are patriotic, but they are not Imperial. and mineral fields of Wolfe county IstH and they will not long approve of n is here for the three days of the fair, Hanna. Canton (O.) Democrat. "Another evidence of piosper- - policy which costs much more than it Wednesday gave birth to three cubs Chopped to Dcutli Gillian Eaismnotos, Ky., Oct. 8. At Hclca, all but one of which died. This ono Ity," says n journalistic nelghlHir, "Is conies to. Chicago Democrat, found In a big demand for diamonds." " a milling village, one mile north, John will be christened Thursday Wr Xrril it Mntrmunn, There has not. been n time whtn the Cook chopped George Davis almost to Wc are upon grmc times. Grent new diitoerats nnd trust benefieinriiv have death with an ax, burying the blade in Mr mt Fair at Frankfort. not been nble to buy diamonds. In the issues have nrlticu, new questions of su his side and bead. Davis is still alive. Fhankfout, Ky., Oct. 5. The state hardest of times those who have plenty preme importance hnte come into stew, According to Cook's story he was pro- capital's street fair formally open- of money do not have to give Op nny even since Mr. McKlnley's nomination tecting his mother and sister from ed by Gov. liradleywai of the luxuries of life. The poor man Is little more than three years ago. While and Mayor of Intention, Davis. Tuesday morning, amid tho never able to buy diamonds. (.Incln crediting him with honesty vast number there is a feek'ng among a nnti Kmpilrer. tablitd llli Father. ringing of fire bells and tho utter of The republican party inamgers of people thut a prrstdent Is needed Yir.ni,i;m:ito, Ky., Oct. 9. William profuse decorations. Flvii thousand are striving hard to decide upon tin more thoroughly equipped, in statesTaylor was tcriously, if not fatally, people were in attendance. most available vice presidential can' manship, moie vigorous In determinastabbed by his son Noah. The sou had dldnte for next year. Their evident tion and action, less dependent upon the Killed On and Wounded Two. only been married nbout a week and promptings of advisers In hltv personal Wf.st LinKitTV, Ky., Oct. 0. At a anxiety that Mr. MeKlnley shall hate circle, less subject to be swayed by popwas living with his father. Hoth were an exceptionally strong running mate intoxicated at the time of the cutting, school election held at White Oak, Ky., U significant. It means thnt they nre ular clamor from conscientious convicand It Ih claimed by Noah that his eight miles from this place, Sam Reed aware of the waning popularity of the tion. Wc believe that with an abler shot and killed Kelso llurton, and also president. The grent desideratum is leader the democratic party will carry father was abusing his wife. shot and wounded two of his brothers. some arrangement by means of which the election next year, for the mass of Frankfort' CotanlaL, Reed was shot through the body, and Mr. MeKlnley can be placed at the head the people arc still and ever will be true Fiunkfobt, Ky., Oct. 8. The un- it is believed that he will die. of the ticket ngnln nnd still be kept as to the principles upon which our counveiling of Frankfort's centennial much as possible In the background try wns founded and for more than a stone took place Friday with elaborate Fatal Crap tiame QnarrrL during the campaign. Minneapolis century maintained; and, although nt ceremonies and in tho presence of Lancabtko, Ky.,Oct. 9. At Bryants-ville- , Times. times In numbers misled, or influenced City schools were dismissed and of some appealing Hob Mullens and Itud Frcy, both n "irenK as for the maintenance .Mr. iianna mnrie 1,300 children attended the unveiling, colored, were engaged in a game of Issue to sneriflec others, there is no soon as he opened his mouth to the which was under tho auspices of the craps In a barn. A dispute arose and interviewers in New ork. "My oh doubt thnt they understand tho present Kentucky State Historical society. Frcy demanded 35 cents fiom Mullens, Eervatlons of England," lie said, "are condition well. They know that the enand the latter shot him dead. Officers that it is n country with n gond political new era upon which the nation has Dee llakar Captured. services of a master Is fully as good ns ours." tered calls for the system. It pursuing Mullins. HufTalo CourLouisville, Ky., Oct. 9. Dee Hiker. are If Mr. llannn s Ohio opjuncnu arc mind and a stout heart. feudist in Kenier. the most celebrated I'rlnter Fatally Woundrd bf Ilia Wife. will observe the implica sharp, they tucky, hast at las bcon brought to bay, Louisville, Ky., Oct. 0. Adolph tions of this remark. It mentis that, It was not until the MeKlnley tar- aud right in this city, htthat. He was Wagner, a printer, was shot and fatal In his opinion, n monarchical form of ift net became operative that Germany taken into custody Saturday afternoon ly wounded Sunday night by his wife government is just ns good ns n re- begun to legislate ugalnst Imports from by Detectives Itoss and Donahue, but after a quarrel In which the woman public. Sonic of Mr. Haiina's critics America, und bcllrvlng the L'nltetl the matter was kept secret for the best says Wagner attacked her violently. think that a monarchy Is what lie is States would not materially modify Its of reasons. The couple came hero from Cincinnati. lending us to. Springfield Jtepiiblican. tnrllT schedule Grrmnn merchants It is necessary flint that wc started In to mnke commercial conDeath of T. Y. llasidni. Kttn rtsle to tit Court. should remove from the Independent quests In South America, Mexico nnd Niciioi.A8VII.lk, Ky., Oct. 8. T. Y. Louisvillk, I'y., Oct. 0. In charg. peoples of the new world the fnar that Africa. The venture has been wonderIluggins, bachelor, aged 50, died of ing tho October grand jury Tuesday arc intending ns soon ns possible to fully successful, so much so, indeed, paralysis Friday after several weeks' morning Judge Barker laid he would "gobble them up" in the course of our that the sentiment Is growing all over He has been a prominent repeat his usual gambling Instruction', "del tiny." Wc ought not to have the Hermany that trade intcrchaiigo with illness. horseman, and is well known in tho though ho was aware they had becoma bostillly of Amerlcnn republics., hut Hie United StncB Is rut ns essential ns t was thought to be. Germany should turf. chestnuts to everybody. Including him- titlicr their loyul friendship. It Is to them ns to us that the Mon- ne our best customer next to Great self. A UoYornor'4 tlrandton Utsd. roe doctrlpc should bo upheld, nntl Britain, and wc ohould be heavy buyers Ky,, Oct. a Samuel LnuisviLi.K, Half the Vote Oat. If it be u fi'ct that there Is to the noutU in German markets, tnd such trado conditions will uiuluubtcdly obtain Postlcwaito Sncad died here Friday MiDDLF.snoiio, Ky., Oct. 5. Tho first of mi n growing suspicion of us, or hosmorning, aged 62. Ifo was the grand-eo- n registration day hero resulted as fol- tility toward us, the statesmanship and when we grant to Girmnny tha sams of Ocu. Thou.as Scott, of Gen. lows: Republican, democrat, 135; the press of the United SlntcH ought to commercial rights InInmr markets that her markets. ,wc arc demanding "Washington's 6taff and ono of tho independent, 2& This in half of tut go out of the way to remove such a nt once. Houston (Tex.) Post. Kansas City Time. srly governors of Kentucky. vote. Hi f , lt-- i ALBUM jTV Qi HZ" HAS THE PABST. OP MILWAUKEE. LARGEST, MOST EXPENSIVE COLLECTION TOyou like from the people youhave mire most Interesting; to ad- JppPPppP HAVE on exhibition sentiments Is ex-sct- ly OP PAMOUS AUTOGRAPHS OP MODERN TIMES .V AN $8,000 VOLUME .V .V AA CBXP Kf K k they thruisehes like best, Is more so; and to have them In tlitrown handwriting with their name attached, Indelible as n laundry mark, is fascinating, and has Just cost Capt. I'nbst, of Milwaukee. S,000 to achieve. The purchahc has Just come from the hands of the hook binder, nnd the great, exquisitely bound tome Is probably the costliest book in the world, It Is ISO imiuiiun nf autographs, mixed with some of the brightest things in the ken of quotation, nnd some of the stu- the sentiment sage from the year book of his life, whether a bar of Ms own or another's; and hardly an artist whose returned slip was not dainty In blue ami white water coloring, or bold In black nud white, or graceful with curve of shoulder or Tall of sweeping drapery or And everything, skillful sketching. from the three 'Eiiiiuii Calves," scrawled in gracious to .1. (I, Hiown's characteristic bit of bootblack kit, Is a dear poi.ici.klou. and gives one that repeatedly delightful feeling of looking Into the kitchen garden, unofficially. This, In short, Is what the book con- siiper-coiupllanc- r, . ,--. Lash-broo;- ? crr . sr?j' .-- v- -- f - 0 zz &-- 9N --v SJ- .- . v- - .S. - -- ? - ri is d G. 1 i - free-for-a- ll far-seein- g, - pldlest! with bits of uncommonly conceited biography, and tremendously trite echoes, and exceedingly eloer saws. It Is nn edition tic luxe such as no printer's establishment III the world, from Kclmscott down, could put out, and Dewey nnd the Do Heskm, Charles Dana (Jlhson aud Kipling, and Clara Barton, tunc touched the leaves, and said their say within. L'pon the slips Is some of this worst handwriting, some of tin-- most astonishing scrawls, nnd nunc of the neatest chirograph one ecr sins. Onlj jiretty writing, you notice, Is eser called chlrography, nud tlgpn onl when you nre cither fond or tolerant of the w rlter. When jou have worshiped a water-colo- r woman or revered a supreme-cou- rt Judge nil jour llfe.lt gives jou a lilnnk feeling to sec u blot or n soiiy thumb mark below his handinnde name It l like finding the tlgreas pu were dreaming nlxnil, cvly the cat on the ?lrr-ir-- ) tains, and the table of contents nt the book Itself: back is n Autographs of President tlevelniid and his cabinet; President MeKlnley ami his cabinet; l'nltetl States judges; United States circuit judges; nud Fifty-fiftnavy; eongretses; the nrmy mid good-slcFifty-fourt- h h bed. United Slutes eoininnuders-ln-chle- f 0. the artist, sutilptwrs, musicians, actors, author nud writers of note in the United States; journalists: scientist; civil engineers; railroad officials; notable ecclesiastics; governors of nil the state; nntlu mUcrllnu-eou- a assortment of turn and vomru, with a general addenda of rverylxnly notable und previously omitted. The two congref.e. the cabinet- - atA A. II.; , - i jr TMf EIQHT THOUSAND OO'-L- AIl DOOK. 2. t. , l. ".Middles-borough.- But you are not nil disillusion d by Capt. Pnhat'ri bulky purchsur. ion start out ImproMil by the clntlllHtlng price he paid for It, and the fact that It Is really the most costly volume lu the world, at least without age to back It; you stumble nt the first egotistic biography, and then fall duvvn over n blotted platitude uhovAu ideal signature; then you find Church's little sketch of n fair woman and a ittvtny Hon, or the girl Gibson drew on purpose fur It, or the bit of sword motif iiotntrd by u Dc Ites.ke, and life gets presentable again. To go back Just for a minute t Its reason for being: The sum paid for it by Capt. PnbM complotes n fund of S30,-O- the judiciary nre. with nil due defrr-eue- e to their ((euernl Importance, pretty dry reading. Most of them oaiitcni-e- d thcimelves wlih lreriblntf taetr names; a few of them tabulated nmii little nulobioaraplilea, icfialcHtig the or two of them wrote down ut?otvc sups in stellar careers; one f-- t iuces ".., . y 11 which Mrs. Lvtlla Ely, of Mllwtiu. kee. raised alone for the soldiers' monument. The bronze, completed In Home last Juno by John Scverlno Conway, to whom the work was intrusted, was unveiled in June, and is one of the finest monuments In the United States commemorative of the soldiers of the civil war. The raising of the amount for Its purchase by Mrs. Ely was pro li sonorous rvrn In black nnd white. A number of them write very badly and not wen pursue an Intelligent straight line ns the shortest distance between two points, probably because they regard it as unconstitutional ever to sec just where they nre going. Most of comthem arc pliances to do ns they are told. The officers of the nrmy and navy do better. Among these the one most Interesting at the present time Is that well-ordere- c J & h--Ji SBb- - . I J 7 of Admiral Dewey, written when a cou tnodorc in the navy. The statesmen contribute not only their names, but In many casta some trite saying lu support of their various, 15,-00- 0. ut stn-tlmc- nt ably a bigger task than was ever accomplished by any woman, for a patriotic purpose, Spartan with shields and long hair not excepted. She did it in three years In more ways than columns sould enumerate, from bnnrs infinite lu size, to raffles, nntl Polock school sollcltlngs; and she exhibited more ability and energy thereby than most other $30,000'sin the World can point to for ancestry. And the crown and climax was the book. Capt. I'nbst wns already Identified with nrmy Interests since the day marked by white bowlder to Milwaukee G. A. It. men, when for one of their nntlonnl encampments he bought the grandstand scuts en bloc, for $15,000, nnd gave them back. Ills magnanimity In purchnsing the book wns therefore u foregone conclusion when It began to be talked about, and now It Is his. The nutogrnph book Is a thing npart. Hnrdly mi American author respond-- d to Mrs. Ely's request without some dear sentence of his own, or word from the best thnt has Influenced him of another's; hnrdly annir or grand opera singer, or director, who did not vend some rues- single-handelu-di- es wise-chose- n alclnn-compose- r, platforms, or maybe a quotation for tlis same purpose. An interesting portion of tho book Is thnt devoted to the artists, for many of them have added to their signatures same bit of their work thnt is characteristic of them, ns for instance the Gibson girl. The nuthors have added to their signatures thu iinme of a favorite book or a quotation, and many of than a bit of biography. The pages devoted to the musicians are filled with bits of music or quotations from favorlt coin posers. The actors add bits from plnyi In which they have been prominent. Famous educators, as a rule, hare been content with Inscribing their names, ns were also the scientists nud railway olllclals nud financiers. Among the famous preachers a few have added sentiments or qnntatlons, and the Inst pages nre devoted to famous men nnd women who could not be classified, nnd to pensioners of tha rtwlution, BONA OAM. II :M . .v .mii iiLi""imJi" "'" ' ji.r QmA - v M t " titfr" T ttyiMNto 'w in - J rry7 PWm&W, . mm Kvory nrtlflce thai cunning, thut Miihtluty could command hna ben exerted to reduce It volume. We llnd llvur pushed out of It rightful place. Wo llnd Started by John R. McLean nt an Intorutt-heartn-a determined effort to nubMltuto nolo for a nonlmereit-be- n ring one. Unmllton. "Wo clulm thnt tho government, and lha government nlone, hag the power to coin nnd tfaiio exprtloni of value. Thl I a iMlirrliillmit nml TrutU Vtrroriiiislt rightful and Just (round and one for which am party ha always itood nnd will coif Aaanlliil Miiuc diici.ll,, n VI-ttlnuo to tnnd Government coining or llul nt NiiMtinliir) Itii-pmoney and the Imuuhch of circulating note are nllko xolely n government function. lniK'f. The government hould declare what hi all ho money i.tul what shall bo Itn volume TJiin ilvmoorntlc of Olilo jot Iiatlnnce of circulating note no more togi'tlKT nt Hniiiiltun, Hiitiinlitj, within the province of private banking than Is thecolnngoof goldnrd III', n ml n-- t In motion t)v Mntv or the luanco fom for tieioinliicaniinipii. John Ilmila of depotlt nndof irovernment bonds. dlcountaroo netef It, McLciui, ciuiilMiur for memor, wiih ary to huilne na tho circulation of the blood I to tho body, but they thould no) In tlu Min mill hpW tipiin Hi.' Umii-khe allowed to Imuo any form of paper cur Mr.tr mill niitldiiiil. lie Hnli): ronry "Slnon tlm war with Spain, uh.it tins Wen x In, ii Id Kleet llleh .Vleii. tli hlmory ot Hip 'lilllpplr' Our wnr "All legllntlon hould have for It obvim DKnlnwt Hpiiln, for Win rirt- - of i;rlv Whlln tiiicei. nml not iiRnlt.it tin- - Philippine ject tho betterment of condition. ahould hould bo protected, labor Islander, for cor uiwut WIiph Hpnln wn capital n champion the? In democratic paraniiilihl o haulisl down her IIiik. nnil alo llnd too often had thut proour tlnn ilaAir.1 m lr1in.llilp on Manila ly Iegllntlnri Imy nml Up sliorr It nhouM bnvt lucti tect only the one. Ignoring the other honeat men, l tin- mUI of miration in Men of capital, men of leUtite, of our ststo i h la nil n tin.i InvnJ.it In hostility In should -- tint"" ha nnd national government thnt the poor, Himln atom Tim nattvo were our flml thoie unable defend Tlii-l- r hail ri'turnel lo that the weak, thatllnd protection. to Ilonert itfoi nlritl thimselvci ftiuuld Uiti Inland .) Invitation of tin. t'nltwl gr'ed, mate nnl lint! liven nltr--t to orKniilite legllntlon hould mean to ward off urablo tu thnt heet thoao b military force, and tnMtheO a camp lo ward off evilown light. Tho object of make their at f'avlle liad MimrnomM til people to ihe nupport of thr l'nltiMl Ht.ile tntliUry legislation should always bo for thoso A we try to tho dove ocrupntlin In a pfoelnmallon. aurltiK weaker hawk, the lamb defendthe wolvel, from from the tlieni thai the Atni'llrnn I1K meant lllTI n men, thoso whom the rut InUeiwrnlence for them lie ort iniml Ood nhoulilblenfed strongtlm ability to acquire hn with n civil Kftvernmenl Not only wine tin-..- . proceHlnmi not otijeclnl to. titlt lie unsail-ill.mr.- l fortunes and retain them, make every effort lo protect thoae lei fortunate Tho .y iPn Amlrroti, inr chief great class of oillcer. a the conunaniter of tho nlwa produelr.t llrst careour country hould be the of the legislator military torn' of Uu Philippine island, anil akt1 to furnish a map yt Hie n.ljurent Thoe who have mut concede; the poor, country for tho ue f lien Merrill, noon having nothing, ennnot. Tho atrong mun poor, for tho to arrive lie ihei r fully compiled Tho care proerou weak, the rich for tho And the for thorn In adverlty nmlcal.le rrliitlnii ennllnurd until lien again, say thnt all legislation chould have Mrrrltt. fri'li frutn the while huti at Washington, took coiimmtitl, ai d tnude an for It ulm the lettering of tho condition not hi own, order eliljllhlrii! a military line, which of the man whose time was In lepurate our troop and the I'll and who mun, In n certain ene, do tho all, the man Inbidding of other Above Ipltio lulu two hostile camp, and for bid man chosen to exdine the entrance within our line of any of truded with power, the be selected with a ecute our law, should Atiultiulilo's command This order waa the view of hi lltne. of hi knowledge of commencement of hostilities affair, and, beyond all that, whore pur-io- o In .if i:iaiiilnn. I an horieat one- - one who could exeThe treaty celon of the Philippine! hy the laws a hn found them, with favor Fpaln to the I'tiltert Hlalei doe not con cute none, falrnem to all for clude the qurttlon of future sovereignly The democratic party U a peace-lovin- g It placer the delrrmlnatlon of the civil and party, a parly, and will political utatut of the Inhahllanl of thone stand forth a the champion, tha exclusively In conitrrts We are In conservator of the people. A artlsan and liUnd favor of legitimate eipamlon, hut oppoird press reek to distort the object!, tho to an Imperialistic. Kllry We object to unfair of our party I think our position motive thi method! that have prevailed, the char can be emtiodled In a few word: We stand acler of the settlement choien to make the for the right, we stand forlllierty, we stand Philippine! a part tf our country We he. for the laws of country before all" Ilevc that a rational friendly coure could have made the Filipino! our friend, and THE FLAG TiAUNTERS. even at thl time fairness and juitlce would Diplomat), that arm of al' brlnrr iieaee trie. c1IIImI covernmenti, hai not :triubllcn li.iirrlnllni lluna Hlot The military lectery of the administration Wlirn Politic I In tlie ha Ir, tlir nation to lelleve that II declaration llrrncli. wa the fart that Knielariil ally In theorlrnt wi In uned of aan an Instrument furand had Hi play made her wlio nrn politician, ltcpuulirnn telealj If Ihe people of the t'nlled State "crookluj! the ircjrnunt lilncs f Ihe want th Philippine and want a place In the council! and doing! of the eat. It can Isncr thnt thrift may follow fawning" ileatlnR le had hy honorable and oi-nrclutul in their pnitfatti thnt the AmerWe condemn the method and doubt the ican Hug oiicu run tip inunt never he policy wUdern or the people of tho limili'il ilovvn. "Another meriice In the llnllvd Hlate l what I known a the Thl np'iil to the hln of pntrlntlsm up They aulaiionlie the funand demand, ullUutlnK Inlaw of place N in.tde to rxcui-- the vviir in the ply their llmlle.1 output! ot product at prlie enHut not nil rcpuhllcnnH nre so houncl hanced to the limit t'nder the p!U!lble cMlm for 'a fair return on the lnetment' lo the imperial throne of Kmperor Mc their work I done tto friendly ha the to approve mi unjunt wnr udmlnUtratlui, leen to It creator Klnley iu formed within the lat twn simply liccnnie the pri'Milent Is moved that the trutti year encved In capttallaallon all that had hy nit unworihy iitiihlthm. Indlvhlllul fTurt ' Tornier Senator Ilenleron. or Mibeen orcrt tilled liefote n0 our I rapidly lielnir cruliMl by Ihem. I nn nhle rcpuhllcnn, but he him yaunc men Juuromlitu on the tai:e 01 ac- ssouri. Idea of liU own eonecrnini; "hatillnj: tion look In vain for field of er,terprie In whUh their father ftourlhc.t and by down the line." r, which they diveloped our country 8hall "I don'l believe." mi.vr the former tfalt ertiil mplo if txund hand and foot on enn driven people to fall "thut of fc by the audacity, tho sKreivenc few atde inffl and let them ttcome theer-niRiirn- t In love vvilii iinythiii or thnt you can y ruler where now they only Itesr shoot American itrlolNnt Into temtorary ana) We vhould not be Amer-UanAmeilenn llnp etm-When the It. if we to be the emblem of liberty let It he TruM Mini that If wennlacnnUe limited down. I know of but one fine, "We are told to-nnd thut I I he one which proudly lloiit the trnU. If we nuht thetri4i:rrelven, tlwlr erufblnu taclk. we want to hnul 'o'er the hind of the free nnd the home we ilnw'ii tho llac of the PIHllpplne--lhnever thmt frrnet-ful- ly want tt d'tro) the fftme of our ureal of the bmve.' It Mil ovorn hind of rduves." country No one muKnnle of thefc uret w-- lit. when the cry of dttre concern Hut, vvorhe tluiii thai, the llnp iu Sulu w.nt Mp from n people now our own, to friiamntee not only slnvcry. but polyp-tun- y lend their aid. thflr dollar or lhemelvea n, well. for the raute. but Individual flood forth, In further dltcugip tlili i.ieitinii, nml praise he that In mn ca' love ot oouniry, luve of imtrlotlim. Ioim1 ubove HenderMin vnyn: "I would now nepo-Hal- e what wealth had Klven. with the Filipinos lo tr.ke Mtviiln "I comn now to what Mare the honet, thlntr ns n ntivnl htiilion. nnd then help tliem In th face-th- at e f.tvor Wo known a to extiiblliili it republic of their own. the we see men rejected. weee dcor-tlo- n I'l'lted Slate iiKieelup lo nid them in wllhhelil. nit conferred, decoration on pergonal ground. In our own atato we the pootl woil; nnd to protect them fiom any tlirciitened Interference with tee a elhjue a few men. headed bv .in audacloui. twld mili-in- ke their free Institution, they to return I m. In our liti'. it well ni A lo u the $2D,ufio,00i which Spnln renationally, they n who hll bold olllce a Kre.tttity of our ceived from us on n defective title." und who ahnll not In This proposition coining from n talo we Mm! the people Iwund hand nnd foot, trembllnc under n dlclatoralilp. vul Ii ilv"ii here for whnt It is the Kar. brutal, bold, which hn become weectl, n I he blight Our lilllne men worth, ltftliiiph illuslrnte thnt Mark alioull rle and overthrow Hie power of lliiiinn Is much tiilKtnken when he No body by lhl arroKnre thnt there is no political Issue in public fronchlut in I lie Philippine cinchilon. men working under I deninnili nnd free from the that city Xot only is there n political Ismic in It I necwanry lo t'ommnntla of thl bo this ipicsliott, but there Is rilso n cmie kq through hla hand In order to mnko nr contniet, to get itty rccognliion. to do for dltrereneen of opinion ninoiip lend-In- u h.i been my work Individual bnlne republican:. ncfiilli'd. corporate hualne hn been I fern. In many Nobody wants lo dishonor the flap, made, nnd, nccedid 10, liecillfe It Wil thullKllt hut no one dishonors Ii more (linn he Cftfe Uiit In the Intercut of the helploi owner who would make It u protector of slnv-cr- y of prniwriy. nnd hiivnRory. Chicago Democrat. "The illctntnr of th repuh'.lcnn pirty In Ohio, a well ii the nation. n) the nionev II lit M tu I'rotcKt, nnd no longer iiiellon I wiped nut. our politic Ifplnyi that or Miould take part In AkhIusI the purpose of President bo irue, then mom thnn ever the linneM and his iidvicers to cut nwny c'ltlien. tho huilne clUen, the at from t lie hisloi ic policy and pi ofesnlona mlKht nhoulil rife In hi clilren loc.il thli time, when only late ami hand-cuf- f of tliis tepiililic nnd udopt the llritihh hnke off tho exlit, condlllon through propmmme of expansion of the blackmailer. Maml forth for honet commercial trnnarllon nnd for slniiKhter nutl compicst and the holding Mules, with nil thnt such a of vum-iitho welfnio of our lntn nnd cltle .Mmiey nelli" n Vlllil One, venture Implies iu the burdens of "The money qucitlon I nlfo u vital one mid tho forfeiture of our highenntext It ha ever been nw'nuld-li- n between tho gov- est poveruuientul ideals, parties and inclf appointed and ernment I but ARvnt. Money, we all iindcrstniul. Tho dividuals who love the republic of the ninethlng exprcinflve of value n fathers the best linvc a light to enter public must have noir.otlilns In a tanglle their solemn nnd indl!iiiint protests. Ihclr circulating nh.ipc to cNpre It inny be for KiiplnndV lulvnntnpe to That omclhlitg Ii known n money. expreslng value In every atnle have us depart from our estate of proon one aide I a great mu of people, on the gressive peace nnd continental security for other a bodv of men struggling take up and power nml inlv in the broils and who am over ready lo tho tiouble of the country ami from their rivalries of the old world nation., but ntamlpolnl iidnilnlter n remedy. certainly Mich n depnrture will not reIn thl country, n n hundred year ago, to Ihko the sult in the moral or material advancetrlvon thl same clan hn making of a currency from the people, from ment of this republic. Detroit Free In from ll reptcfontutlvo the country, Prcbfc. So loop ns the republican party democratic party hold that tho 'Tim nnd the government nlono, may Is controlled by present inlluenees and money. Hiu II Uiuo currency, may coin lemocrntlc parly ha over held that II Mr. Manna continues lo nsk for tho need no broker, no commllun agent, "evidence" that industrial combinawa between It and Inn people: that Itbelong-tri- n tions nre evil In their tendency and inKovernment prerogative, a right Is absolutely no inflato the government nlone. On the other sists thut "tilde Ido Intriguing men nre found who want tion" iu iwUllnp business concerns or to utrlp the government of Hint power conditions, just so loop will the lntelli-pebeen it hna over should their noaim lo make a curmasses umleratiintl thnt repubcnne a poslhle he rency that tocairyoiithoiiuMni'HUiif the lican suppeatiouB of trust "icmetlics" iv Mi which country. They wanted that they ahould are the veriest nioel.ery, Jloublon resulato tho amount of money, and then (Tex ) 1'ot.t. fcx ttiu vrlco at which tho peuplo could Imvu t: iil or 1 Si'ii-tfinlM- T er , thnc-furvmri1 1 THE OHIO CAMPAIGN. that money. (nnt ,i.m, ...,. (lint .iimnlim.. IU- UVCf. .Mill. looked in these days of r....i. hurry Offer a Hvrr Made. uut iv is ii iiii.i none inc icss. ntnl sscramble. One of the CJrnnileat i ne uccrs, of The first live persons procuring the the .folui .M. .Smyth Co., (jjhiciRo, viporie KihIIcsh Clmi Starch Hook from their sdvcrtiftiiientH nre npiienring in tin pagrocer will each obtain one large JOc per, is a inaikcil illimtration. in point. A trcincntlous business has been by puelngeof"ltedCroH8"stnreli,one large this firm strictly on it merit. Inn t up uf Good 301 JOc package of "IIL'HIXOKU'S UP.ST" properly described and offered at a veiv iv il... n..... ..I- n,,- iiui, .... pictures, (itrire. the tinlimiffl .mufnl ShakcBpeare ...........v.. starch, tw-10 my on extremely printed In twelve beautiful colors, an aminft itSro tin m...,.m rf !iiKft ndrantnRcoji vf ril11 ....... tlritl - h 1.. hhhi-i.iiiii- tLa.t.n nurnatural nn life, or one Twentieth Cen- ivvncic in tin ..w isftie and write the .lohn . tury Girl Calendar, the finest of its kind Nnyth To., ISO to ICO Went Mn.hsor. St , Chicago, for it ni.iintnoth catalogue. Kvery everprliited,nllabsolutely free. All oth- farnilv iliould have it. .A..." Tliffl Ib fl w CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FREE. Honest Metho!M Win. if ...' . ..,.. .., tt 1 - i I i -- -- . SAFE COUNSEL l'ir ers procuring the I'ndles.s C'hnin Sturch Hook will obtain from their grocer two large 10c packages of starch for 5c, and the beautiful premiums, which are being given away. This olTcr is only made for a short time to further Introduce the famous "UKD CIIOSS" starch, nnd the celebrated "IITHINOKU'S Ili:ST" starch. "MID CIIOSS" laundry starch is something entirely new, nnd Is without doubt the greatest Invention of the Twentieth Century. It has no equal, nnd nurpassrs all others. It has won for Itself praise from all parts of Ihe United States. It has superseded everything heretofore used, or known to science In the laundry nrt. It is made from wheat, rice and corn, and Is chemically prepared upon scientific principles, by J. C. lMiblnger, nn expert In the lnundry profession, who has lind 25 yearn of practical experience In fancy laundering, nnd who is the first successful and original Inventor of all fine grades of starch in the United States. If you would hnve the best, ask for "linn tKOSS" and "IIUHINCiKIt'S Hi:ST," which are the finest starches on the market The jobbing houses all handle it, the retail grocer hna it on his shelve?!, you find it in all the homes, while the careful housewife has ndorned the walls of the home with the beautiful Shakespeare pictures, which are being given nwny In Introducing "KKD CKOSS" and IJKST" stnrch. cold-wutcr to-da- Motto of the Slnnieae Notion, Have you heard the motto of the govern merit of Siarn? And having heard it, have you repeated il? And having repeated it, have ou caught Its purelv peironal application? And having caught it, have you tried it on your friend? Tim is the motto: "Ah Ha 'ia NasSiam " It Found unintelligible nonsense, hut Lceji sajinf? it over as Iori(? a vou e.in and a fust ii vou can and you will discover at last that the eastern patois has a western scne that aptly clnssi- ne many n rcinorsciiii suiiiect ol l ncic cam. For "Ah Wa Ta Xas Siam i easily evolved into "Ah, what an ass I am." Chicago Chronicle FOR SICK WOMEN ing-dow- Home Seekers' Kctirliin Four llimte." vlu "IllfX t, To the North, West, Northwest, South-wesSouth and Southeast. Veiling dates: August 10th, September M ,uul 10th; and on October 3d and 17th, IS'JO, at one fare, to authori7cil point in the folplus low ins states: Alabama, A;izona, Arkansas, ilntish Columbia, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, .Michigan, '.Minnesota. Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North woman stilTcrinp; from any female trouble can bo by Mrs. Pinkham. This statement is based on sound reasoning and an unrivalled record. Multitudes bless Mrs. Pinkham for competent of America's women y advice. Write to her if you arc ill. Her and common-sens- e address is Lynn. ..Mass. Absolutely no charge is made for advice. "I suffered seven years and would surely have died but for your help," writes Mrs. Geo. Baindridge, Morea, Pa., to Mrs. Pinkham. "It is with pleasure I now write to inform you that I am now a healthy woman, thanks to your kind advice and wonderful medicine. I can never praise it enough. I was a constant sufferer from womb trouble, and Sometimes I leucorrhoea, had a continual pain in abdomen. could not walk across the floor for three or four weeks at a time. Since using your medicine, I now have no more bear n pains, or tired feelings, and am well and hearty. I shall recommend Lydia 15. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound to all my suffering friends as the gteatest teinedy for ull female weakness." Mrs. Susie J. Weaver, 1821 Callowhill St., Phila- delphia, Pa., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham I EVERY to-da- J: W 1W had inflammation of the aiohna, North Dakota, Otrgon, Okla-omSouth Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, 'tali, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Wnlllticl nr Pi f.lll (nfnrmllnti ftnrl ,m r ticulars as o rates, routes, tickets, limits, stop-ove- r privileges, etc., call on Agents "Dig Four Houtc," or address the undersigned. W. l Dcppc, A. G. 1'. & T, Agt., vyanen J. i.jncn, Jen. I'asn. k Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, 6. "Of all the delegate thtt I met at that Christian Endeavor convention," said Dr. Hill, "I liked him the best who. on being naked what his business waa, said: '1 am a cbecr-up-odist- .' 'S "Success. THE PUBLIC Soaatthlnal for Bbarka Ib All Llaiea of BBalneaa to I'rer Upon. al-v- va The Ileal I'rrx-- r I ,l Ion for Chill and Fever Is a bottlo or Gttovn's Tastklcks Cii ill Tonic. Hi sinipiyironandquiniuciii w iioimiv 1'riie.fA? aUistctcKs form N womb and painful menstruation, and by your advice I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Have taken four bottles and used one package of Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman. I thank you so rlBK"HHBiHyiMsnigMPr,Sa much for what your medi cine has done for me. -Mrs. M. Baumann, 771 W. 21st St., Chicago, 111., writes: "After two months' trial of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I can not say enough in praise for it. I was a very sick woman with womb trouble when I began its use, but now I am welt" 250. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS. isa ? almve-name- How Ions havt you In-e- n llanna-McKlnle- y c Phil-Intiln- i'. of so many honest men goA man "You must remember," said the man ing wrong learns he is constantly surprised that with great volubility and that he doesn't go out behind the barn and who was "that we owe a duty to the try lo hold himself up. Atchison Globe. ' "Wlio U the publie?" Inquired Mr. Ts Can a Cold In One Day abruptly. "Why cr the uiajiet, you know; the Take Laxative Iiromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if It fails to cure. 25c. general populace." "No," said Mr. Ulyklns, with empliaiis, "you got the wrong idea. The public is The world seems a narrow place when we something to he roped in; to lie gouged; to wish to avoid our enemies, but wide and be walked over. To the sugar trust the pubvast is it when wc part from thcs we laveu lic is a great congregation of confectionery . X. independent. consumers. To the bcif truit the public is of carnivorous biiud. To n vast menagerie hear the politician it is a collection of persons is Shetoo"Ilate to you have just got married; it offer congratulations?" He who have inllucnce at elections; to the the"Oh. yes; I was married three weeks aco." atrical manager, a crowd of people in front -Tit Hits. of the box otlice eager to get rid of money; to the street car conductor, a lot of creatures Uneasy lies the head that wears a bsnaet w ho ought to be made to step lively. political a large-size"Vou think the publie gets imiKMcd upon in which buzzing. Chicago Daily bee is coiv News. tinually nil around?" "Ye. It docsn t deserve any better, and I believe Piso's Cure for Consumption retribution is always waiting. The man wlio iniocs on the public in one respect saved my boy's life last summer. Mrs. Allie lapses I1.1CK into liie general ouuii in some ougiass, la: noy, micii., uci. .v, vi. thing cue and is tmioieii on in iu tun all the wnl business a lirartlrm lt' .He fafter the fourteenth round) "How I thrnush. One rrent and elaborate scheme love to dance" She "Then I should think of imposition. What people ought to do is you d learn. Town Iopics. to hold pnmarie in all part of the civilized world and send delegates to The Hague to PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not see if they can't discuss something like a disarmament scheme by which the people stain the hands or spot the kettle. Sold by all druggist. of thi earth can be persuaded to quit imposing on one another. Washington Star. Some people are mighty "independent" in i their ways who have no reason to be. Atch-- ' Illy-kins, -- sufftrad with . . . RHEUMATISM flag Lm Bare You Bead About "5 Drops" Witkoit Taking Tfccn? Do you not think you hare wasted precious time and suffered enough? It so, then try the "5 Drops" and be promptly and permanently cured ol your afflictions. "5 Drops" Is a speedy and Sure Cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago (lame back), Kidney Diseases. Asthma. Hay Fever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of all kinds, Bronchitis, La Orlppe, Headache (nervous or neuralgic). Heart Weakness, Dropsy, Earache, Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Creeping Numbness, Malirla, and kindred diseases. "5 Drops" has cured a disease,.'"" Blore People during the past four years, of Use TRADEMARK. all other remedies known, and in case of Rheumatism U curing more thin all the doctor, patent medlcines.electrlc belts and battenescomWned, forthcy cannot curoChronic Rheumatism. Therefore waste no more valuable time and money, but try "5 Drops" and be promptly CURED. "5 Drops" Is not only the best medicine, but It is the cheapest, forajl.00 bottle contain 300 doses. Pnce per bottle, $1.00, prepaid by mail or express, or 6 bottles for $5.00. For the next 30 days we wilt bend a 25c sample FREE to anyone sending 10 cents to pay for the mailing. Agents wanted. Write WW SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., 160-16- 4 E. LAKE ST.. CHICACO. rMM JOHNMSM YTHCO. ja' -- OrlAILORDERfl mammoth s m IsftTu (&WCST MADISON STW) CHICAGOj I HOW CAN THEY BE SOLD AT THE PRICE? nny-bod- a "Hlti." "Well, gentlemen," remarked the presillnll'a Cntnrrli Care dent of the chili, "motion are iu order. It has been suggested that wc have a banquet. I taken Internally. Price 7ij. What shall be done?" "Mr. President." spoke up the man who When you hate a man, cithci fight him or was seldom heard from, "I move wc dispose lay nothing. Atchison Globe. of it hy laying it on the table." The motion was carried. Philadelphia Some people run as easily as ti.e color in North American. red bunting Atchison Globe. .Vnllilntr In n Pel .nmr. When J on sec a min over six feet tall, who weigh about 0, and his shoes arc so lug he lia to get them made, you can he pretty sure that some one calls him "Artie" or "Sweetums" or something. N. Y. Press. --'- The I'lnee for It. ison Globe. TCfS53i Fj SO only for a solid oak, 5 octave 1 1 (top Organ, unsurpassed in tone and unequatcd in looks at anything like this price. We do this because our policy is a large volume of business on & small margin of profit, SaeSPlljaMTl fSS3MtSSrBS and bfeatrse we Uberiy-lovlnKcltUe- ri lilm The first umhrelli appeared in 1777. The last one disappeared about 40 minutes after we bought it. Elliott's Magazine. THE MARKETS. CINCIN.NAT! Oo 1(1 '.' W (l 4 73 r Se'ee. buirh-IW A & 10 0 '.'V 1,1. 0 CAI 10 pood 1 viu A -liOHS- - Cjur-- e ,iuu hcuir .... Sim i W LIVESTOCK Caulo.common.f 11 Mlx-- tSKAlN l) l.ictit nlpi.er I.AMII- - Spring ri.UL'It vvlntvr tmeni No. No. 3red COUN-.- v. p.iel.er 4 10 14V Ufc 4 ill J M Li 3 4 SS 'it- (l t 4 01 of returning it at anr SO days of rocoipt if yon aro not perfectly satisfied. Wo nlo Include with each organ nnolo- Effh valunblo instruction book. Allorderanro promptly and JJkjf gantstoolondo I .JIBB fVU carofullyOllod. This Is certainly a bargain at ourwonderfullylowprice Wo will send to any address) upon receipt of 50.OO as a enaranteo of jrooa faith, but wo adviso cash with order, whereby you savo extra charges, while wo guarantee to refund your money it you are not perfectly aatlsuoa. Jin which is listtd'at lowest wholesale prices imo within IBsIkBIWSSvBJBJs '''"''saiSrWWiflrJSjWS!'' desire to become better fayourncieh-hnrhnod. ,,..,:.4 Hero 13 an organ possosslnff all tho !atot np todato iniprovo-$- 1 ment.( Tho casoismado of solidI. oj.,, anii elegantly tinIshcd; it if, 77 Inches hitch, 42 inchos wido nnd ill inches doepi tho boautlful canory ton is handsomely carved ana is lit tod with a French boTelcd plato mirror. The action contains tho Tory latest improvements and i also titled with tho automatic valro which prevents any possibloover-strainin- g of tho bellows. Tho tono is everything that can ba tlosire-1- . hctng rich, full and ewect and oqual to that in many higher prirod organs. lias fivo octaves with a grand total of 122 reeds, thrco seta of octavos and two sets of two octaves rach. dinpason, ilnlcl-anHas U stops principal molodia, eclcsto, enmonn. bass couDlor. trcblo coupler, diapason forto. vox humana, grand organ aiut knoo swell. Wei guarantee absolute and perfect satisfaction or money a, i lW Aai 10 T ,11 When Jrud .... 3oU 3 lib C6 U 71 "ed on receipt of only postage or n everything to .'lu.xed Si " Itvt N'o." HAY lr me.o choke poll;. I. n- lholee U...IJ-...llfrri.lt iteumery , . Ali'i.i:s-cnol- io torancj1'OTA.OKs l'o brl IJtOVI-IONS-Mos ua-iii- (a iu it tj ui: Hi A 'J Ki cS IU III. :i Vtfal 2, 2 rsu Mt 1 ;! t. 1 (ft n (it I . 7. -- Acts gently on CHICAGO. FI.OCK-Wlti- ter Me-Klnl- lax-rlilde- n UHAINWheal ( lili'iiyo No COHN-N- o. ; OAI- - No. i rOKK Mes L..HU-t.l0um - tm.eiu No J red.... 3M -- 3 (b ( 7.iiS lb 311(11, 4iJ i 7 t5 CO .'Slf- 3li 8 21 h 47H W) l'i a O '' Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses VO.iV7 72$&)fff the the System lf llllllT il hH h jn rwWirQi v 10? to partly pay cxpressage and as evidence C 6000 Isivn ine iut i nuwea on n v ourchase amounting to I9? or above. st wear and use, is furnish fll qua monthly eaoccny S3 & $3.50 SHOES g"g Indorsed liy over l.ouo.ooo u carers. and prlc ALL LEATHERS. W. L. DOUGLAS Worth $4 to $G compared with other makes. ALL STYLES 0ss? PRICt LIST rHEt-i- DON'T REH YOUR OWN Till. CIM Biu, NI'.W YOlllC. ri.OUIt-- W WliKAT-N- o. OIJN-Nk.-.'m- .xud ntcr '.'ro.l nteni 3 Q.3 U. lit-- 70V I mill-tiirlh- in HYI OATh-Mlxed 1'OiCIC h.vKU-Wotu- rn Nou moss HAT.TIMOltl v 8 CO ft tit. fit -- 4U. flew v 5J 1 to le as pcxij uf S3 end HM boes In the urkt. Your dealer .houhl keep thent If not. e III send you spalron recelrtof price. State Mad uf lealber. size and width, Uln or cap toe. Tko V.i, U. U Dyf In' kl.mtJ ob tollon. no fubitltute clslmeJ lt ESTABLISH A HOME OF t'alBloguo 11 KI.OUH-l'amll- UKAIN Iran-ncllo- ia Outs No. 2 whltn live No. J western i ri.i;-iirlijuu- llty Na Corn Mixed .., Wheat 3 40 J rod , 7i to 4 wo a 3 7;, TO (. h4R.T,,,CON5TPATION W. U DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass. Free. Hi t ,,"'- THC PERMANENTLY IlEAnEllS OF THIS I'APKll DESlltl.NG 'i-- 1IUY ANVTHINQ ADVKllTISKD IN ITS COLUMKS UUOUI.I) INSIST Ul'ON UAV1.NQ WHAT TUUV ASK FOll, HKKUblNO ALL SUUSTITUTKS Olt IMITATIONS. MUd-Ill tit if. , 3sl'j, I'D M 5 10 5 Si 7n 32l(BUT 6tNWINt-MAMT- Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a year's subscription to "Tun Corn Belt," icy Adams St., Chicago, IIOO--ier- 5 : O 6y To-da- y INUlANAI'OMS. OUAIN-Wheat3 red.... CornNo. s mixed O.us No. tnlxuil.., -No LOUI-.VIM.- tC a (AUIvRNIA ffG SYRVP. f0AUafllCH4iJTi SBiU o EMJEBalil;l rl tiscotnt. Kr.OUIS GI5AI- N- Wheat Corn-Mixed Winter p.ilent Vllxod No. 1 red ... & ,, 3 46 CI 3 .." nerv-CITC l'ermnnentlr Cured. No flu orKllue'i I Oouturatslurtlrttilay suieof Dr. Urcst Nerve Iteitorrr. Be trial bottle and treatUe trru. Ur.ll. Ii. KLlNK.r.'l.. il ArcHbl..l'nia.. fa. 1 uw.vuuud;iu. T.K.. 11. 1. CURES WMtHh Alt ILSt ,1.-.1 -. in lime, rtoia nr arugrists. i.... MK, IIIMU. m aftfl zi (AILS. f UN. I' v ... f$ gov-inme- Oatk POKK-Me- tc (il. nit; Mi LAItli bleura tt t oo 6 W CARTERS1NK SOLDIERS B1L0 Add. Homoat6dd A. N. K.--E 1782 If rid if . NTKVKSS ilmn ISO acre lieforu Junr ti. 1171, vi Ite to IU, 1I 1IU BL, lluklaUa, P. C. WUE.V.WKITINO TO AOVKKTISKlUi pleisse state that you saw the VUvcrUM" meat, la thta paster. g nt To cure, ormonoy refur;dpLby your naerohant, so why not try it? Price 8O0. n -- A r KEUUli.VKITV - - . - r -- T- ? W't - " V :,j.i '- - - ' 1r. L--i . r tT'A I, . U IN B .1 Oh' YOUK ILIUM'S. TIIK CASUS lir.l.M. Urn ii ti on Greed. KKKl'INO UP WITH TIIK TI.MKS. In Cines. I A i H ,1 VJ 4 Not a few of the people who are reading every day about the prospective war In the Transvaal Nttturo's price for health in tire enquiring what it is all about, We ciinuot surely hoitlo anyway. As far as wo are able to for up sleep night's use nor for up our Hlom-ncl- proho-thmatter, it is a question nt one meal hecuiiNO wo ex- of what our people would call the pect to eat BpiirlitL'ly ' tlio next, electoral franchise The British nor become exhntiHted to make it up later Nnturo does nothing made a demand upon the South before lior appointed time, ami African Republic that the Uitlaud-erany nt tempt lo hurry her invarshall be allowed to vote withiably means ultimate disaster. She out declaring their allegiance to takes nolo of of nil trnnmttjtloiis the Boer government and without physical, mental anil moral, anil places every item to our credit. renouncing allegiance to their na There is no such tiling us cheat- tivo count! ich. These Uitlanders ing nature. She may not present nro made up of men rom perhapa her hill on the same day all the civilized nation's, hut the wo violato her law, hut if we over- Kuglish far outnumber all the othdraw our account at her hank anil ers and tho Boers combine'. If give her a mortgage on our minds Great Britain's demundN, there and bodie slit will sure foreclose. fore, were acceded to by Presi She may lend us all jon want to- dent Kruger and tho Volksraad. like. Shyloek, tho effect would bo to put tho day; but she will demand the last ounce of Transvaal government into tho ilosh. Nature does not excuse-p:m- hands of British subjects, with for weakness, incompetence Groat Britain claiming suzerainty or ignorance. She demands that over the government. It is not he be nt the lop of his coiidition. difficult to forecast the outcome of such a situation. The Boer Admiral Heviej's Modesty. would he remodeled on British linos, and the Boers would Admiral Dewej's friends have bo crowded to the rear. found him the same simple, In further explanation of the man he hue always been, is just like a school hoj," situation it is explained by the "He thev declare. In the stress of tlui Chicago Becord that "the British last week he found time to call on demand lor the I'rnnchaso is predn small circle of intimate friends icated on England's claims of suziy whom he was surrounded erainty nnd is not made on the when he lived here. Ho begged rights of aliens as conceded in off from nay entertainments, and other countries. President Kruwhen they mentioned dinners and ger has offered to .Mr. Chamber r franchise, pro laine the tireakfeste simply said: vided Great Britain would re1 come back from "Wait till Vormont. Mv right arm is still nounce tho claim of suzerainty. sore, aud 1 am suffering from But this England would not di When I come home because if it did so its subjects rheumatism there will bo time enough." One would have to becomo Boer sub of bis friends Baid: "Tell us some- jects, renouncing their nllegianoe thing about yourself." Dewey to tho Queen." If this view of the threw up hid bands in horror and situation is correct, Kruger is perhaps deserving ot more sympathy said: "The papers have told more than hushoou accorded him here about me than I thought possible. tofore. I simply do not know myself, mid Formkr Postmaster General I feel- -I hardly know how I do feel, excopt to sav I'otti like a shy Win. L. Wilson is said to be bo ill boy, I almost dread to go into that his recovery is doubtful. One Washington tel- lung is said to bo entirely gone, the streots." nnd the other seriously diseased. egram to the Chicago Tribune. He is also said to be almost total ly blind, and will soon have to re A Fortune for Abstinence. tire from active work as Presi To leave driuk alone forover, dent of the University of Vir 810,000 a year for life that was ginia. what Mamn Dutton, of Pough-keepsiNiagara is to be harnessed offered bis son, Gould M. the youn? Bomo more. A second wheel pit Dutton, and is to be built on the bunks of the man started In to win tbo prize. A closed carriage brought him river. This will ndd 50,000 horse up to the private entrance to power of electrical energy to the Bellevue, and five minutes later tw.OOO now in use. Old Niagnrn be wbb a patient in the alcoholic has bet n posing as n wonderful ward, ready to begin. The phvsi work of nature and has been exhibited as a great show since peo cian with him told this story: n beautiful pie lived in this country, but in "Young Dutton has wife, who loves him dearly, but these later days it has been put to drink has estranged her. Her work lo earn Its own living. father loves him, too, nud has offered him $5 000 to come here and It is figured out that tho Indian $5,000 more if he keeps sober a wars of tho United States from week after he leaves. II ho can tho year 1831 to the year 1S91 demonstrate that ho will remain sober afterward ho can have an hnvo cost Iu money expended by income of $10,000 a year and his tho Federal Treasury over nnd for every Indian warNew York father's blessing." rior killed iu these various contelegram to Philadelphia Press. flicts ftfteen American soldiers hav lost their lives. The war The Corn Crop. with the CheyonneB in 1805 alone "This year's coru crt p will bo cost more than $40,000 000 nud the one of the largest In our history," lives of hundreds of soldiers, said Secretary of Agriculture, though tho hoatilcs lost but twenJames Wilson, who was in Chica- ty of their braves. The Philadelgo with the presidential party, phia Record claims that "the main laBt week. "The total yield, it is difforenco botwoen our present war iu tho Philippines nnd our estimated nt between pnst wars with Indians, is that it and 2,500,000,000 There will be plenty of is being carried on nt n great dismanufacturing and feeding, and tance from home." Of course the we will have all the coru to sell greater the distance, tho greater that anybody wants to buy. To the expense, nud tho probabilities what extent the crop will be ship- are that in tho wind up, our Filipiped al'road will depend hirgoly no bill will throw the Cheyenne upon the price it will bring. The budget in tho shade. Ten or fifhigh priceB offered for meats will teen years from now will he plenincline the farmers to irso their ty of time to begin asking the question: "When will the war tnx crop for feeding purposes " rej:-ulnritto-nigw Nature's Price for Cnml Health N Only Attention In Utiles. 8 e a gov-emine- great-hearte- d but the crlihe of proed; every Inst of flesh but tho lustsKif gain; every sin that ever damned a soul but tho sin of selfishness. By all the sacred btiKi ii nd beasts of Egipt. I would sooner bo witch's cat or even a politician and howl with my tribe. JM rather be a tramp and divido my hand out with mums one more lain try. I would 'rather be n tuaupy dop without a muster, and keep company with lay kind, than to be a inultl millionaire with the blood of a snake nud heart of a beast, and carry my soul like Pedro Gracla, in a purse When I think of the MOO ehil tlren in Chicago without raps to wear to shield their nukedne-- s from the north wirtd; of the. innocents such s Christ blessed, who dto in the world every year for lack of food; of the millions whose cry cues up night and day to God's great throne -tint for salvation but for soup; not for a robe of rightousness but for a second hand nalr of punts, and thou contemplate those beside whose hoarded wealth the riches of Ly din's ancient kiutrs were but a beggar's patrimony, praying to him who reversed tho law of uatnro to feed the poor, I long for the myHtic power to coin sentences that bear like sulphur flames from hot hell and weuv- of words a whip of scorpions to lash through the the rascals naked worb'. on the enlendnr 10,-00- Kentucky Introduces the Latest Stjle I can understand every crime Washington Post. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IN.tft, - 0 "Kentucky has something new In the cavo line," said Oscar X. Parsons, of Burkovillo, Ky., at the Nation last night. This latest natural curio Is an ice cave on the farm or old Tom Kelsey.on a spur of the Popular Mountain near the Clinton nud Wuynn county line. A broad, gaping mouth lends Into a subterranean pnssago which extends far into the mountain. The walls and surfaco of the cave aro rough and broken but on nil sides aro round firmly frozen nud com pact lumps of ice. as though produced by tho most extromu cold possible. PerHoiiH liviig nenr the cave make frequent vhuts for their refrigerator stock, r.utl are not dependent upon the operations of tho 'trust' for their summer supply of congealed coldness " Curious Sofia; of Lum-j- A , IPH . HM'I'AlllilHIir.U TOM DILLON. Sf., Prop'r. tiui Mior t" II O wl4 Si l" WjCZ) l!tnn. ilrt !,! Marble and Granite Monuments o xr ir, 33 1 3sr a-- , STONH WORK of all KIiiiIh, I HON KBNOINO, Kc, &u Hickman, 2y. J,. IIIOKMAN WAGON CO., rtAt'FATI!Hi;KH ,F Tilt: VKI.MIKATKIt WifiKmKfSStBtUftBBjtKKSKtttm r. . - live-yea- Trusts and High Trice. e, to-nig- Tho ti usts In only a few instanc! es lower pries. Representatives of the anti-trus- t leagues recently callod on manufacturers iu New You 'iiiiiio .Tliiko u .tlliHlnlir YorR city na to the effect of the trusts on prices of commodities. S The advances were found to range from 5 to CO per cent. Here is carriages. One of It h StroupoHt 1'oliitH In Uh what wnj found: Dressmakers' supplies, advance Thk suggestion editor of In everything from '25 to T.T per the Now York World conceived cent. More capital needed to It would bo a great thing for his Hakea Htt:uitH in t Mnuten Uplit Hreud In 10 Minute. o.irry stock. paper if ho could have one of Htiylnj; a ''.MajeHtio" ineuiiH a of Kconoinlr.nl (Jookln.1 Envelopes 40 yer cent, and no- Ids feiualo members of that paper tice out for further advance. Kiss Dewey, and he summoned Cull anil r.Mtiuiiic Thfiii. You'll Ilti.v no IMIir. Eunuieled ware, 50 per cent. the youngest aud most beautiful Builders' hardware, 45 per com. woman on tho stnT, nud told her Iron Beds, 35 to G5 per cent. to go to tho OlympU and kiss Brooms, 40 to 50 per cent. Dewey by all odds. Reporters, Copper wire 100 per cent. like seamen, usually obey orders Chairs, L'5 to 33J per cent. but tbo stern old Admiral was oh Furniture 25 per cent. durnte and would not let this pretFlour, 30 cents n barrel. ty damsel gel within kissing disHam, delecatesaen, 3c a pound. tance. Iron, 100 per oeut. WANT TO SHU, YOU Knit wool, 1.00 to 1.50 a dozen. THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPhoto paper, nearly 110 pe'fc ct. Plumbers' supplies, 30 tc Go PAIGN OF 1900, ltubber, everything greatly ml The politic of the rret political par vanced. lien now Mog forme and the Ranges, 10 to 33 per cent, nud datesaredUcuoed. Th voiee of candithe peoanother advance expected. ple at recorded bj ballot at (he approach-mShoes, advanced in all grades, Presidential election will probably One of the curious social laws Peru forbids women lo attend funerals, and they do not appeiir at weddings unless I hey aro very Intimate friends. When u fnner al procession passes through the streets the coffin is carried upon the shoulders of tho who are followed by au empty hearse drawn by two, four or six horses, according to tho means of the tnonruers and their dcslro for display. All tho male members of the family anil friends of the deceased follow on foot, with a line of empty carriages behind them. As long as they are in the presence of the dead it is considered n proper and necessary evidence of respect to walk. After the body has been committed to the grave, those who attend the funeral aro brought homo iu the pall-bearer- Enj.oiCM:w(v.asr, -- KrEHsrT'U'CKiY. J "Majestic" Cooking Ranges The Best in the World of; lii Buying One tliesc Ranges ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! life-tim- e liedferd & Rogers 1 c 10 to 20 Spool cotton, S to 25 per cent. Salt, 10 to 15 per cent. Stoves, 15 to 30 -3 per cent. Tiiiwnre, 20 to 500 per cunt. Wall paper, 25 to 80 per cent. 1- percent. $110-000,00- 0, assort .that Americans are a nation of money-gettermust, nmid the Dewey celebrutions, nl so admit that they are a nation of money spenders. may s, Fokeionkhs in New York, who 21300-000,00- 0 s. stop?" LOST. as, the Democratic leader in the THE BIG CONTEST WITH ('oilio F run I'll A large sett Cold King, iuitial S on last House of Kepresentativeh, All persons indebted to (J. A. Hoi tho sett Liberal reward. DRAWN. will speak at Clinton in tiie inter combo aro notified that they must cniim J T Stf.I'HUN.s. est of the Democratic ticket on Closed forward nun settle. i;eluys aro Han Abruptly ami Unexpectedly by gerous. Vcrbuni Sapient i. the 18th of this mouth. A Warning; lo Tax-I'iiycrn. Congressman Bailey, of Dciti.vu the winter of 1&D7 Mr. Jiw. Reed, one of the leading citizens and merchants ot Ulay, Ulny Co.. W. Va., struck his lej,' agaiust a cake of Ico in sucli a manner as to bruise it severely It became very much swoleu ami nam ed him so badly that ho could not walk without tho aid of crutches. Ho was terest. News features of absorbing In treated by phyniuhuiH ami used several terest nre llluMrated and enlarged upon. For Ihe benefit vf the Udlrd the Utr-- t kinds of liniment and fvo and one-haarc handsomely Illustrated The Ke gallons of whiskey bathing it, but nothpubllo Sunday Maatlno Is nlwnys interusing gave auy relief until ho began ing Chamberlain's Pain lialui. This esting to every member of the family. brought almost a complete cure iu a The subscription price of tbe Semi- Weekly week's time, and he believes if ho hud KepublioKrpubtlc is 51.00 per year. The Sunday Magazine is $1 '2o per not used this remedy bis leg would have year. Uotti papers nre now heing ollered had to bo amputated. Pain Ihtlnt hi for sprains, bruises aud rheuma- at the ery low price of I1.C0 a year, To tism. For sale by Cowgill & Cowgill, seoure this low rale both must be ordered man, Ky and A. M. Shaw, Statu Lino, and paid for at Ihe same lime. AddrOMS all orders to TIIK ItRl'UIIl.IC, Druggists. ht. Loud), Mo. lf decide the policy of the nation for tbe next decade, V.tery cilixrn 111111 niudjr the great question thnt are lo come before tbe people. Thl cn be done only through the medium of a g rent newspaper. Now it the time, therefore, for voter lo subscribe for tbe beet and mom reliable newspaper obtainable. Ihe y Itepublie coiers the whole field of political news. While it i Demo cratlc it publishes the news In regard to all political parties without prejudice, lis telegraphic amicable news service is su perior to that of any other paper. lis itpeciai features are lue beat, in tact, It Is tbe paper for that large oUskJoI readers who cannot allbrd or do not bate access to the daily papers. Attention h also called to the Kepub. lie's Sunday Magazine. Its batf tone alone ure worth the subscrip tion price. It i4 made up of xpeci.il ar tides ty the lest literary tnlunt, etnurac ins a variety of current subjects of InSemi-Weekl- nt tWrM GROCERIES, Fceslx Meats, mBzSm&5c5irJK , ERED fc Hardware, Queensware, jmMT.A1 you wX Hay, OatH, Ilran, Lime, anil Cement. VARICES WILL PLEASE c TOIT- - s tA Tex ago. The Arkansas Deaf mid Dumb Institute was burned a few days There were 38 inmates in Order of the United States Government. the building, but all wore rescued with much difficulty. There were' some very narrow escapes, Mayfield has a sensation in The Semi. Weekly American bss Ihe indulgence of lliuie subscriber who hav entered the "Hij Contest,'' beginning July '24ih, last, for n statement of ati emhar. rapsing situation which Iiqh unexpectedly urisen, which a handsome and hlghlj young lady, Miss Ada The litUnited Suites l'ostoflice Pepwl-meVVuihiiijcton lw declared the Michael, of Wingo. figures as the contest illt'Kiil. From this decision we murderess of her illegitimate habe. have found, iifier crtrnesL endeavor, there A negro woman happened into is no possible nppenl. We put forwuril of the house nud heurd the child cry the plan in the tiest newfaith purely us n method of attracting subscriber and ing in a tub undent bed. She was without 'hu slightest intention of infringrequested to take the child and ing upon the lawa of the bind. Dui since kill it, which she refused to do, the Oorerriment him IhhiiuJ tho order we but reported the facts to the au have no choice but to obey. X)ur tboritioB, The next day a box on (his renders will readily appreointo that abrupt termination of the conlevl the buck porch of the .Michael 'tonetere financial Iohh upon home was found, which contained gether wiili Inteiinc chagrin, but It uh, tier, is the body of the little one hearing orlhelew our duty to bow before Hie law anmibtukable marks of fingers at aud in obedience to Ihe command of the Ihe "Dig Conthe throat, nud other bruises. The Government announce thatnnd will not be test" has been withdrawn young woman aud her mother are mentioned again In these columns, noder arrest. The former accuses The Amkbican. a Mayfleld map of her downfall, NmiuTille, Sept. lj, lb'Jj). nt en-UlSemi-Wrekl- A full and complete notice to tho taxpayers of Fulton Countv has been given several times since the taxes were duo under tho law, besides the xople know these taxes hnvo beeu long duo. Notwithstanding all these notices uud I or my deputy oing to ditrtreut points in the county at stated times, yet a majority of have not paid tho tax for 18W). Now this means you, if yon have not paid your taxes, and not your neighbors, as' I will bo compelled to take steps to levy on property at oncu ho as to bu able to settle with tho State and County. J. T. Sruiuii.KKiiu.i), S. F. O. By G. Li. OAltl'I'.XTKIt, I). S. tax-paye- Farmers Free Column. Under this bonding will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed it Hues each, from farmers who aro Hubserib era, who have horses, limits, cows, nro ducts, seed, &c, for sale, free of charge. FOR SAI.K. One thoroughbred Jerncy inalu Calf. M. A. McDaniki., Apply lo A good milch cow for salo nnd a (J. L. Kosk. mulo cheap. It will only cost you SO cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of spue." around you, you can enjoy as much freedom and casens you please. If you are n smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The ladies will deliidit in the splendid ladles' louiifiin;', room, with its louncc and inviting arm chairs, nnd its roomy dressing You can have your meals in this car at any hour room adjoining. you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to cat it, and you will only have to pay for what you order. The Cotton IWl Is tlindlri'ct linn tnTcua Its trains nmtlimncli from Culrci ami .MiinM to'l'ioni without rhiitiiro. Ulrtft pnimo'tlcnn urn nmdn nt Its for nil imrts of Tisn, Imlliin Territory, Oklnlionm nml tho I'nr Vt. Wrlln mid p hi whcrnyoii nru coins ami when jou will li'nv. ami w wlli tfll you what your ticket will rout, whlfti trnln to titUn t.i mnkn Dm hrattlniK niul niniiiftloiis, nml w HI uptid ou an liit.Ti'lliii.' lit tin liookln, "t IBIF IU IfUS." Junr-tlo- For Sale. Tlireo good mules, wagon aud furin ing implements. Apply lo Ai.p.x. Hick. -- I. W. Ef AISC. Ck'l Pm'r ST. LOUIB, MO. ii J 111. Alt., ll.AIIASI.IfiT. Pm'r JUL, OAIIIO, IU,. ), Mules for Safe. Powell waroliouso and vacant lot Tlireo wood IMules uud two harness alongside. Few plows at half price. Mares, forKitlo. Apply to Gin warehouse and gin outfit complete. J.NO. 1), JSlAVIW. Corn Crasher, iinu Corn Sluller, Feico Loo n, Warehouse" Scales, nil in runPowoll Blook, Clinton St. Hay for Sale. IJvi'1'.v iiyil Vvvtl Mtalilc. ning order. Money making business i &wr failed to mako money m gin busUelow and opptwilo 11. II, Ilnving purAiasptl the Grocery Stock of I linvo for nalc Hovouty tnusofood Depot. iness. .Most desirablo lot in West Hick-maBnrreyH, UuhkIcs old null corner. Fine largo flro J, J G. Iiondunnl, .would lie pleased lo Hay. Timothy, 12.00; Mixed, Clover Howes. &o., f,or hlro. Kvory aceoiro-datiohave all old friends lo call, Fresh Goods and Timothy, 11.00; Olovur $0.00. ., aud burglar proof sufo. Kiyeu, Your patromiKU iiollcit. HiiugK IIknuy, n4 Cbolot Dargtlnf, ed, For Nnle or Kent. EAK.ER, General Grocer, G. E. THE STEVE STAR. I'ost-ofllcKt-ope, n, u rr;,?rp?aJsi