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Immense Crowds Greet Him 1 Fall I 1 i Announcement! 1 ' And Wo arc pleased to announce (lint our KAliL OKKICU1NGS of Dress Goods, Jackets, Capes, , ' '4 Millinery, Ladies SUITS, our L'.'neral linen of DRY HOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, FURNISH INGS. c, arc now ready lor inspection; and we invito your at- U'lition to tins ex eel I (Mice of our stock. Our fellow county man, John S. Belt, recently visited Barren Fork, Ark,, a yillago of about 400 population, and re ported that there was not in that community, ono who drank intoxicants or . swore au oath. This statement doubt lIAU. RicO & NllVlor for lM'Kt vnlnot in ed, perhaps moro in joke than other dies' fine Shoes wise, the good citizens of Barron Fork Mr. J, II, DolllHllllfl llnm.litnr- "Mian have furnished tho following, verifying Hie, are visitiug in Shaw, Miss. ' samo: 'ol Lithicnm. for .mi vmiim im.i- - ,.r Barren Fork, Ark., io Bulluril Circuit Court, in October 10, 1890. deiuL Sire Met (a Gardner TliotnnsKoii, of To uhom it may concern : Tlits is to certify to tho fact that wo. uii'ii in ijouwvujo, this weok. Nlre, 8. IJ Parker unil daughter, the undersigned citizens of Barren Fork, Ark., and surrounding community. rh Jim, aro visiting relatives in Nnsh-llsign our names hereto In testimony of tho morality of our town and people. Good Calico for W.c nt. we luivo no citizen, vouuh or old. ? Ualtzimc ife l)nnn. who swears or drinks Intoxicants, and McSHM CllILH. MnW t.,.,1 XT f such a thing as swearing is not heard fudge, of New .Madrid, were in Hicld on our stroets, unless it bo by someone au, yesterday. passing through. This has been brought about by enforcement of the law. 80Uie estimate that Krviin imnlintn Jos. M. Younoek, P M., W.000 on his !J days tour iu v J. F. McNkaly, J. P.. for C'oebol Evans & Thompson, W Mr. IVrcy Jones. Atrent of tlm U J. G OaiLviu, iue, who has beeu at Hot Snriiiia. Rev. J. S. Bone, rk , some weeks, has returned. J. M. Hill, O. P. Moore & Bito., W" Fresh Ovsters servml tn nnv nJvIn L. L. Evans, t the new City Bakery. R. L. Keathly, Prin. Acadamy, -- Mr. Willie Helm has resigned his Silas Rudolph. itlou iu the ixwt oflico at Caruthera-e- , Mo , and returuetl honio. on nn. The School Book Qaestion. nut of sickness . f- - Oo to Kandi.k'h for bargains in t elry v. Mrs. Morrow, of Knim-iirtui.i Eil l'rutliur this week. Fayutto Kerr, of Murfroesboro, lilt- - Everywhere. Be Urges Democrats to All Vote forGoebeJ. Bryan's triatnpbial invasion of Eeutucky commenced Monday, for ifall the cambers who turned oat to hear biro at all (he different points may be considered' a trlamph, the reports hs made in i. tbe OoarierJoarnal certainly T Ken-Bck- make It as snob. His first speeob was at Bard well, then at Fulton, Mayfeld. Beutou, Hopkinaville, Oeatral City, Versailles. Frankfort, Lexington, Louisville, Richmond, Mt. Sterling, &c, &c, and at each place tbey report tbe crowd bi sabering in tbe thousands. It is estimated tbat in tbe 3 days It'oar, more than 50,000 democrats heard bim . t OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY Of Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats htR attracted much attention, ntul elicited praise from every ono, while Hales have been larger. Hs Tins Millinery 1 Departnicnl in in charge of Mikh A nick Efingkk, assisted by t Miks 1'o.stkm.o, of St. Louis, who was with us last Spring. Wo have this bought-apleai.q.yiijf-4otm.mm" I n unusually large Mock of Millinery, and arc in n n position to .. to Myle and prices. a - i jhhhiw .. Mk Our iuch gate&&Bfr'&g&pSi r .ttw Ml v l. Ladies, misses anil Cpren's ; Jackets, Capes, Skirts, AND Ladies Suits arc unsurpassed. Wo handle the celebrated HEIFELD garments, which arc so well known throughout the United States. The name is a guarantee of the quality. We show a very largo assortment. Our CATALOGUE of Wraps an.LSuit.s will be mailed to any address, plication. E upon up- - L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 uauiiUiaiiuiuaiuuauiiuuauuiauuuauuiiUiuuiiuif mm mtmmm tm Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, XvSxxL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. ' Special attention given to tho Helling of Real Estate of all kinds; nud repioReut n full line of tlio best and most rolhiblw Firii Iiidur Itellablp" Miiiie OiimiiiinicH lining I)iimiikhh Iu Hie Stale, mid that ''Old HHNKKIT IjIKK INSUHANOK iCO Hint him already MUTlTAb ii.ilil out largely over $1011,0(1(1 Life Insurance in Hickman aud vicinity, and Is IhsuIiij: the clieapoHt and lient policy of au.y regular Lite Iii'siirniico yiniipnny lining business In this country, Hu solicits aunr piitronage. Call und see lilui. II. T. TVI.KU, Wireless Telegraphy. Fresh meats dnllvcroil tn unv algnor Marconi has crossed (ut of town by W. M. Shaw. the Atlantic toJUaionatrata bis Mr. Thad Thomas, sou. of the lato -- -. ., Hw. w. -' started on hu return avatnm nf " ..vnr.1..B..-l- i i .a uT;,-ito-tb r ill: ml iitJBm sfcrtiis iiTTiiliil .. i fvomuHiHi iio BiHfcr. Mfs; jlin, who returns to San Antonio, on the announcement of tbe arrival "They say's man does not pecouut or ner health, of the Olympia with Dewey on anothei to do better than himself, The list of precinct election ofllcers hoard. A veHuel of hi appara but I am not selfish when I say I j published in this week's Courier bIiowh want you to give Goebel a larger a fair distribution between the iwliti ins cruised out in the Atlantic off Sandy Hook, and when the Admi majority than you did me in 1896. fcal parties, nud the character of the men is a guarantee that the election ral's vessel was sighted tbe other While I appreciate tbe splendid will bo fairly couducteil. curried the tidings to New York vote of 1896, I believe our party the r Handle has moved his Jewelry before any vesselon was visible is stronger than it was then, and point from shore. Tbe there are sixteen reasons to one j. store next door to the City Bakery. why it should be." (Cheers.) Mr, T. Li" Eversol, who was shot same system will be nsed to "The defeat of three years ago the international yacht races aud wounded iu the unfortunate affair with tho late Fro Hoehu, Is Improving between the Columbia and the simply made the united party of steanily and will mxmi be strong enough Shamrock, Tbe people have changed. tils discovery opens ta bo up anil about. His many friends it new and undreamed-of-erin Tbey believe tbe Democratic parwill bo glad for his speedy recovery, ty is ngbt and will see tbat tbe telegraphy. French's New Sensation gave a perdefeat of '96 is reversed. He dis formance in this city Wednesday night ABOUT THE I1IUII PRICE OF BEEF. claimed any authority to tell tbe to au overflowing house. Capt. Freucli people bow to vote, but as a comnud wife are favorites with our Secretary Wilson of the Agri mon citizen believed when be aspeople, and they never fail to draw big crowds The performance was cultural Department has elabo- signed his reason be dad a right rately explained, to his satisfaction to aek for support of the entire State ticket, because it involved After 4 weeks steady work at exorbi- matters of a distinctive national tlio oeucn, togutner witn my past ex- nt least, the causes perience of 2.1 years, I cousider myself tant prices exacted for its pro- character. National questions competent to do the most complicated were involved, such as the money on any adjusted movement. I am duct by tbe Beef Trust. wrk The Secretary says tbe princi- question, imperialism and tbe responsible and am hero to stay 11. W. Buck pal cause why meats are so high menace of a large standing army. ;'I believe this crowd came out is that II the ranges iu tbe cattle Alhsou Tyler and Henry L to indicate what they will do for who have been attending school raising Stales have been d nt Lexingtou, Va , have returned homo until iu some of them Goebel and tbe rest of the ticket. The school was adjourned because of au not more than half the cattle can I shall accept it as eviepidemic of typhoid fever prevailing dence of larger majority for GoIn maintained tbat were twenty there. As youug Mr Tyler is sick, tho apprehension exiits that ho may have-th- live years ago He clteR as other ebel than that of 1896, and I shall onuses that great numbers of rejoice if it is bo. I am glad to fever oome to'Kentncky. It is tbe skirMif Lena bowman, of Melber, Ky . small farmers have abandoned mish line of 1900. Tbe bigger tbe News cattle growing and tbat tbe has entered into business at tho olllce, i'aducah, Ky , as of population, native aud majority this fall, tbe better tbe She has many friends in Hickman, who foreign, has raised tbe ratio of chances in 1900. Tbe skirmish of wish her much success She passes consumption. 1896 was our Bunker Hill; tbat of through hero every summer, The Secreta y docs not touch 1900 will tie auotber Yorktown. visit her gr.iudp.ireuts, Mr. ami Mrs. S V. llowmau, near here on tbe hog or the sheep question, The Chicago platform of 1896 was a new declaration of Thomas JeffJfF Remember we aro sole agents although the beef combine hand- ferson, it was not for a year, but les these kimls of meats and has for tho celebrated Wilsou Heaters. for a generation." L P. ite V. S EtLisO.v. advanced prices ou them to t'teMed "'--"-d Licence were issue.1 this wont for lie marriage of Mr A T Wnsrn.it mid Wary Smith, on 16th, and B. O. Tallov Miss Mattio Nugent, on the 14th. F" Shaw has a largo lino of Cloth- Jg. Call on him before buyimr Mrs. Annie Somen (Jilphriuk. nn lUthoress of clover renntntinn. nf Unah. f illi), Tenu., is visiting her relatlvew iu Hickman, Mr. Chiw. Travis family. Misses Ireno aud Ivy Koiscr and RS May Williams accomnanied thn r bridal party to Hick- niuti, Weilnesda v. and rutnrned tn Union ity on the : 80 train. "The election of City Conncilmeu in lick man is attractiutr some attention Fwo tickets are out the old board and ,uew board. The hog law and man- jteulpnt of wator works aro issues dl- smersou-Keise1 Oweusboro Messenger. The Republicans are tfPill dodg ing the school book qaestion, or tryiug to disparage tbe Obion bill and the Indiana law. Neverthe less, tbe Indiana public aoboola are among tbe very beat in tbe Union aud tbe books used in In diana are being; shown and compared with the Eentnokj books all over the State and nobodv has pointed out wherein they are inferior. Nor can it be denied tbat identically tbe same book that is cents old in Indiana for sixty-fiv- e coats one dollar in Kentuoky. " jT.-j- Tbat he endorses Goebel and wants the Goebel ticket eleoted, there oan no longer be any doubt. His speeches throughout were chiefly devoted to and antitrust, with a passing but emphatic endorsement of tbe Chi cago platform. As to bis endorse ment of Goebel and the State ticket, the followiug extract gives substanclally bis position : At Fulton there was a good crowd, and Mr. Bryan spoke from the rear plat form, as did candidate Goebel and Mr. James Blackbird. Mr Bryan said among other things: "You can do some pretty good yelling here, but I want to tell yoa if you will eleot Mr. Goebel Geverner aqd J oe Blaokbara Scawill tter there ja v. LeMiaiU arr Tr anti-expansi-: V M ti mMn ( re-yo- rt t ! ! to-da- a show-goin- g llrst-clas- Am-ber- over-pasture- To-da- y se book-keepo- r. top-notc- h &: Cull und see our Stock. Every- thing up to date. Makv Bkukndks it Co. H l'rf't. f. A. IIOM'OMIIK, V. Prrn't. ICKMAN biiHinuHH. HIOEMAN. KENTUOICY. 4,l BANK i.E. Bartlett, (HaooKMoor W. ('. JOHNSON, r The bud law does not expire until Nov. 15th, aud it is unlawful to kill, capture, or havem potscsslou, nuail until alter that date It is reported that iu some sections of the county pot hunters have already begun hunting tho birds, and it would bo well enough to bear in mind the fact that tho law is not yet out, and persons violating tho same lay thumsolvcs liable to indictment. ufiures. Neither does tbe Secretary ot Agriculture explain why tho trust is selling beet steak iu Loudon and other English cities, after paying freight ou them over laud aud sea, ut lower figures than those at which it supplies them to American consumers. He appealed to the Democrats to stand by the State platform and the candidates indorsed by paid a passing compliment to the bolting ticket and its supporters, boldiug that principles are everything aud the man nothing. A the Louisville- - convention, and Celestial Show. to VViu. Dlemelhrlnk.) IN- - liuy your Carpets Big Bargains at H. and Mattings at II. Buchanan's Closing Buchanan's Closing Sale. Sale. n 15-2- -- DRALKR Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 Hollcits your rancv Groceries and Provisions, M1KMAN, m-FREE DELIVERY. Telepboue Store No. 94; Idnuot), No, Off, 3, miltl'I.IN to our CuHtomorB OouniBtont with KHtHbliHhetl lllFITN tKIU.OOU. lllllllKI tnout Liberal Aucoinmodutloiih Wo offer the linnkinj: PriuoipleB. ' It ' T ' TVLKR, 0. A. HOLOOMBE, J. NAYLOH, W. II. UALTZElt M, B, SHAW, J. W. OOWQILL, W, h, MaOUTOHKN, DIBBOTOES Murray, tho capital of Calloway county, Is ''coming out of tho kinks," and gradually putting on u motrooli-tastylo. Tlio Ledger says: "Tlio electrio lights were turned on last week, aud at night Murray looks like a small city. The improvement in Murray iu tho past few montlis has been very marked, indeed. Besides the telephone exchange and electrio light plant, both per comes iiue, are respectruiiy requestRpb. uow iu operation, quite a uiunber of ed to came und settle the sumo with E, E. REEYES & 00. handsome buildings have goue up." Sept. 27. one-thir- d Tbe astronomers forecast for tbe morning of Nov. 16th for tbe passage of the earth through tbe debris of nn exploded comet, which, if oorreot, will give a mast Supreme Lodge K. of P. beautiful speotaoular exhibition of lb9i). Washington, D. 0 Oct. what is known aw a shower of fallfaro on the certifi- ing or shooting stars. One aud Each recate plau from all coupon stations of curring autumn there are more or the Mobile & Ohio R. It. ' less of this character of of atmospheric phenomena, aud occasion, e. ally as iu 1883, there are brllliaut AU persous indebted to Sanders & Heoves by note or otherwise, as tho pa and startling exhibitions of these No tic mysterious but seemingly barm-lesdisplaya of natqre's bidden, forces, s I mDIVKaUten" - y -T W &T UPI'W1"1 WT''' ' . 1 The Hickman Courier OKOUllE WAKUUN, VISAYANS AND TAGALOS. I here -- a RETURNS TO BACOOR. Ueru eliwnii, Itu thw Infantrr, Aral There In an Ktliaustrtl Condition Hardest March of the Catnpulgu. YAQU1 INDIAN WAR. Publisher. (Irrat Tension llrtwrceit Ilia Tw Trlbra The Tngalos Are Reported to He Concciilr.il In )C Troops. The IteiUklns llnvn a Force of B,nl0 N'eal hahurlpn Mellran Troops Near Turin Nainher 0,1100. 14. UICK31AN. t KESTLTirB TOPICS. CURRENT Hollo state Manila, Oct. 10. Mail advices from there Is great tension be- drinking place. At Dawson City eggs cost 60 cents n dozen St. I'ktkksiiuiio is to have nn underground ralhvny. Xkaii Grobognnn. Java, there Is a lnko of boiling mud. of tlic married couples in France have no children IIobtox owes S100 for r.vcry man, woman and child of its population. of the people who go mad are said to recover their senses. A HAiLitoAii is being built up the Rax Alp. which Is 0,400 feet In height. Tiik man who Invented angel cake died leaving a fortune of $500,000. About 175 congregational churches have adopted thu individual communion cup. The telegraph will be extended 1,000 miles south of Khartoum by the cud of the year. Xo in Norway may spend nioro than six cents at one visit to a Oxe-fift- h Oxn-Tiiiit- n 4 Lo.npox policeman have been forbidden to wear tan shoes on the ground that they are "too stylish." P. Maiuo.n Cuawfohd is now in Sicily and docs not expect to return to America for at least a year. Gkohoe Ukuuv, the English bandmaster, has retired after 63 years service with military bands. A Nkw YonKgcneologlst traces Adm. Dewey's ancestry back to King Alfred the Great through both lines. During the last half year 125 vessel aggregating 234.S77 tons, werelaunchca on the Clyde, beating all record. Loud Chief Justice Russell, oi England is said always to have a bet on every important sporting event. In Madagascar silk it the only fabric csed in the manufacture of clothing. JU is cheaper than line in Ireland. German army officers re ordered by imperial decree to wear reddish brown dogskin gloves during the maneuvers. Verdi was knighted and decor Atcd with the Order of th Anunciatt on October 10, when he will be S3 year tween the Visayans and Tagalos, f rowing out of the Tagalos holding Aranota, a loader of the Visayans, a prisoner since the threatened Visayan revolt against Tagalo domination a The Visayans are ln month ago. censed to the point of rebellion. While the Tagalos nominally control onlj tho military organliation of the Filipino republics, they liar crowded out tho Visayans from tin civil branch, whereat there is great discontent. The Tagalos are reported to be concentrating the troops in Panay at Santa ltarbara where Delgado, chiel of tho revolutionary government, commands, with ft view to putting themselves in a position to suppress th Tagthousand Four Visayans. alos who have been held in nt Caplz, in the northern part of the province of Panay last week embarked in cascoes, the llect't purpose belug to land at Conception, whence the troops would march tc Santa ISarabara. Adverse winds prevented the landing, however. Gen. Palion's forces from lluena Vista ar also reported to be going to Santa ed c Manila. Oct. H. Maj. Cheatham, with a scoutlug party,- while proceed- liar-bar- The insurgents will have 12,000 met and 3,000 or 4,000 rillcs there. Gen. Magbanna, according to letters, plans to attack the suburbs of Hollo with this force, carry the city and slaughter the Americans. A body of Tagalos estimated to number between 500 and 1,000 recently crossed from Santa Babara to on the island of Ncgros, for the purpose of aiding lntcpapaisio's ban dits in keeping under the inhabitants, who are friendly to the Americans. ADM. Esca-lant- e, ing along the west shoro of tho lake Thursday encountered a force of rebels stromy entrenched at Mutitinlupa. Maj. Chcatam reports that ho drove th? cbels from their position aud that In tho engagement three Americans wer 'tilled and two were wounded. Rumors aru in circulation in Manila that Muj. Chcathcam discovered thrca American prisoners who had been bound, gagged and shot by the insurgents. Thcso rumors, however, art not couflr.vicd. One isindago, a lieutenant of the native police, has been arrested and lodged iu jail his subordinate having reported to the authorities that he was endeavoring to enlist them in a plot to turn the police against tho Amoricans in the event of an uprising. Reports having reached the provoA marshal that arms were concealed nt tho headquarters of tho Dominican friars a largo building adjoining tlj yalace, a detachment of soldiers made a search of the building. They found n small stock of Mausers, revolvers and ammunition, which was conO catcd despite the protests of the friar that the arms were not intended for unlawful use. Gen. Schwan with the infantry, has reached Itacoor. The troops are greatly exhausted having had one of the hardest marches of the campaign. From Malabon to Peres das Marinas they marched through roadies rice fields. The 4th infantry from I mil's joined Gen. Schwan at Peres das Mari nas. The Filipiuos had deserted thm town upon learning of the approach oi the Americans leaving only the woo en and children behind. -- SPANISH ORDNANCE. A DEWEY IN BOSTON. Es- A Crowd of Fully 25,000 1'eople Met the It I no usual thing for a vessel plying between Japan and London to carry 1,000,000 fans as a single item of its tcrgo. A eion of politeness in Thibet, on meeting a person, is to hold up the clasped hands and stick out the tongue. Sm Thomas Li r ton estimates that the entire cost of his attempt to take the America cup will come to about trnnk has been patented, may be attached which, being to the waist belt in an emergency and used as a life preserver. lTfntr linnle If fe r.t,1 4VaU kSSfieteas-..,V ,, ' ,. . vtu ?.in miV viKm iu i vinioi iuviu fcvj' troduced to ratsc the feet Irom the burning sands of that country. The world's births amount to every year, 100,800 every day, 1.200 every hour, 70 every minute, and one and a fraction every second. At 70 years of ago Judge Jackson, of the United States district court for West Virginia, Is still active on the bench. lie was appointed by Lincoln. The latest thing in company promoting comes from Paris, where a dogs' cemetery has been floated, with a capital of 70,003. The promoters arc air-tigh- old. Hero of Manila at the Depot corted by War Veteran. Lot of It In the l'hlllpplnre Has rase, Under the Control of the Spanish Goveroraeut. 000,000. A steamer t, " . ... ..:, 00 Indies. ii-- ? them wear shoes iu the house for the purpose of protectiug the polished floors. They are made of chamois with leather soles. is to mako Trf. latest whim for owners of dogs ' f.- passed through the ISritish post oflice 0 last year, there were as many as which the oflicials managed not to deliver. In those opened at the dead letter t fllce property of the value of S3.COO.000 was found. Running horses are unknown in Russia. No one drives there without having a thin cord with a running noose round the neck of the animal. When an animal bolts the cord is pulled, and the horse stops as soon as it feels the pressure on the windpipe. A fund is being collected In Englund to raise a monument to John Newbury, the first man to collect and publish the immortal melodies of "Mother Goose.'' He was a friend of Goldsmith, and his grave in St. Thomas's churchyard, Waltham, is almost unmarked. From remote antiquity the taro has contributed importantly to the food supply of the natives of southern Asia, portions of Africa and many of the island groups of the Pacific It is today one of the plants must commonly cultivated throughout the tropics. A Swiss physician, Dr. Otto Nacgell, declares that the best way to overcome inbomnia is to imitate the breathing of a man who is asleep, and to make the head undergo the various movements to one side and thu other which one occasionally makes while falling asleep in a sitting posture. Many flashes of lightning not only measure themselves, but actually manufacture the recorder by which hey nre measured. When an electric meteor strikes a bed of eaud it plunges downward into it, transforming simultaneously into glass and silica in the material through which it passes. Piiksiiiknt Kruoer, of tho Trans-Taasleeps eight hours each night. No matter how tired ho feels upon retiring, he nightly sets an alarm clock to nllow him just that amount of rest. The bank of England destroys about 3 '0,000 of Its notes every week to replace them with freshly printed ones. One evening in each week is set apart for the making of this expensive bon8,600,-00L Out of 2.1SO.S0O.O00 lettcra that Boston, Oct. 15. Fully 35,000 people were crowded in and around the station, and in the rush to get a look at the hero he was well nigh carried off his feet. He was with Mayor Qulncy and a delegation representing the Home Market club, the chamber of commerce and other municipal oodles. The admiral rode at the head of a column of 10,000 war veterans through the city's principal streets to the Hotel Touraine, which will be his home dur-lb-g his three days' stay. The admiral's ecort Friday night were, tho naval veterans, and .following them were posts of the Massachusetts department of the Grand Army and Spanish war veterans. All the streets were profusely decorated and crowds lined the sidewalks. Red fire was burned lavishly. The admiral after dinner witnessed a fine display of fireworks on Boston common from his apartments in the hotel and retired soon afterward. Saturday he had an arduous day, as he attended many functions. In the forenoon he heard the school children sing on the common, was presented with a watch at tho city hall and reviewed the parade, which included the entire state militia mobilized for its fall maneuvers. In tho evening there was be a banquet at the Algonquin club. A NEW Washington. Oct 14. A lot of ord" nance of heavy caliber, mostly of aY' tique pattern, in the fortlflcations'in. and around Manila and other cities in the Philippines, has passed under the control of the Spanish govcrau , ( menu Under the terms of the trcatjH blVt. MASKED HbN. of peace, this ordnance was to remain for six months in the emplacements, IliT Hold Up a I'siMsgsr Train Near Dekalb, III The Knclneer Mas Shot during which time the United States aud Itadlr WoaDilrd. might purchase it. Otherwise it war Chicago, Oct. 14. The Northwestern to be the property of Spat The six months period has ju ilted train lcav wg Chicago at 10:31 expired, and aa in., Friday night, was held up not none of t rotniDtikalb, 111., and robbed. Th iruns have been purchased. Gen. Otis has doue '"sojwlfhou? ris ducaC'lUO, and the hold up urrcd at Tower W, three miles from ing the war department, tho S Mil pic Park, lil. It is not known ish government is probably at lloer to dispose of it. About the only guns whether the robbers secured any great of any value are believed to be those imouut of booty. A special train con iu the L line t:i or shore batteries in taining a number of armed men and front of Manila, where some old bronze ictectivc lef the Northwestern staweapons of great beauty us specimens tion In Chicago Friday night bound for of antique gun founding aud some the scene of the robbery. It is said Jh?r were live masked men engaged in modern Ivrupps are installed. tho operatipn. The robbers blew up tho the express IMPRISONED DOMINICANS. jar with dynamite, practically demolI'artr of Thtrtr.Two, Whn Had Hera ishing it and blocking the track. They (hen blow open tho safe and rilled it, Confined at llaracoa, Released ifter which they escaped in tho dark Members of Jliulnrs's I'artjr. And deep sealed it Is often difficult to Information Austin, lex., Oct. cure If. That is the reason why It Is nm reaching hero Friday night from Ortiz, best to Me Hood's S.irsirrl!l.t when dlse.ise first shenvs itself. In state of Sonora, Mcx., contains the tenaci'His cases. JiooJ'sSarsa- following information with reference parllla is also wonderfully successful. Indian war: to Military scooting partio't reaching cf&CcCS ScVtiakaVd the military mobilisation point at Torln, this state. Friday, report that A Cure. large forces of Ynqul Indians are beAuthor I am troubled with tnioiiini. I tiiaieieisMieisiiMieieteBieiiaiaiaietw sweat ing mobilized at the base of the lit awake at night hour after hour thinking my hterury mountain to tito north of that place,1 f Friend Howwork. foolish of you! Uiy very near Sahuripa. It Is estimated thai don't you (jet up and read portion of it? 2,500 Indlaus there al llostun Traveler. there are fully "fig present ami additional urrivah art If time U monev tome neonk-- time mutt Worts $4 to 8 contpartdwltk bo counterfeit. Chlcaeo Ihily News. coming in all the time. olhtr nisti. aF At the present the Mexican forces, Indorsed liy over Riches have winca and poverty has stlnga. l.iitiii, iiou wearer. numbering some 0,000 troops in all, nr Chicago Daily Newt. AlllEAtMEfU. AUITUtt mobilized in or near Toriu, and it h lilt till Kl sua . U ttoifUa sS ftf Slla understood the object of their concenTe no sutxUlule flslmcJ tration at thnt point is to more intc taluitixvlSi: WI.srtfrtt irstrrt siid ilives In Hit of the Yaqul country at an early date, worl.L lutiritraltrsliuuMkets e !ll send you them If nl, probably about the middle of nexl is!r on receipt of rrlre. huts kind uf Italhrr (lie an wMiti Pistn of cap toe. week, and open up active ami vigoroui CatalnfUP II free. warfare on tho Indians with a view ol Mf. U DOUGLAS SH0I CO.. Brockton. Matt. driving them out aud ending the wai at once. This mobilization of Mexican troopi lir.Aimiw ok this p.u'kk ha been conducted as quietly a posDKMIIIINU TO HUT ASVTHIXO sible, with a view of sweeping dov A!Vi;ilTI!Kli IX 1TH CuM'MNii HIOLl.K I.VM1T t'l"OX IIAVIMi on the Indians whilo,thcy are ic.ittrr WUAT TIIKV ASK Itlll. IIKrTMM) through the Yuqul country in small ed ALL HCllsnTUTKa Oil IMITATIONS Dsinds, taking them by surprise and Sick headache. Food doesn'td!-gestwcl- l, sweeping them oil the face of th appetite poor, bowels tonr.ue coated. It's your car It. tho orders having been given tc liver I Ayer's Pills arc liver pills, take no prisoner. easy and safe. They cure dyspepThe scouting parties In Friday's sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. however, state that tht movement Mskci millions taluk. Indians have evidently been Informed Want Tour tnouturlia nr beard a luUtul 1 1 brown er rlrli fclsekr Then at oi tho mobilization of troops as they ('er4. No filter nerr. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE and I OciMoeaflrrstds suieuf lit Kline's sre mobilizing their forces aKo J"l fC leresaaatillr Ureal Serf 11.llnu.ifr Luy,trial buttle 1 are preparing to offer a formidable reMl Arch hUl'Ml-a- fa AU.1K. Iron. tr. U. sistance to the advancement of tht troop. At present about 2.500 mec are at their disposal at Sahuripn, which is considered the key to the Yaqul country, the Indians may be ablt to hold their own agaist the troopi with even half way fortifications. This reported mobilization of tin Indians was received with some surprise by the Mexican forces and mat possibly force them to change their plan of action, but from reliable source it is leirned that every effort Mill b made to push the tlgnt next week in the hopa of bringing It to f speedy termination. long-seate- the-Yaqu- l experiences. "At a funeral recently," tnid one of the tknymen, "I narrowly tirnped IuiirIiIiib Htrfcht nt an unconscious hit of humor I perpetrated. 'Why is it,' I asked in tlir eourieof my inonil npph'itiR cloiiicncr, 'why it it t lint there should tic a pmilur about in firistriieis of friends the gatlirrlng. whose and relatives tears full like r.nn?' "1 paused there lignlllcititly to let tnv orda sink in. when suddenly, vith choke producing ilash. it crossed mv tr.ind tli.it the dend man hml been .1 milkmnn in the com- j i munity for 2.1 years." Ilrooklyn Ogle. rath was It u a nilniitfii' exrhnnging InayproprlNtr. club meeting, ami the enMeiieieiBHaiaieiMSMiesieiMiaimmieieiBtaMafe j " You May Bend the Sapling But Not the IrTiffi discAse seaawBeaaMBaaBBaBBBaaBaanaBaBnBaaaaeBeBaa Tree' d, his become chronic 83&S3.80 8HOE6 W. L. DOUGLAS Mp Pilto .l s.1 d, Barters ink si-- Mtgr. I I .uc.r:.rtr-.t'.,.;v:.:cu.v-:'n.- ulle .. 7 S "W HI J222? V I1F.FORE I AFTK Usisg Catlctrt&MH UibsCstlcaraBaip. v I Pimples, Blackheads, Red Rough, Oily Skin PREVENTED BY DCS. Santiago ue CunaOct. of 82 14. A partj SAMOANKING. f The Natives Proclaim a lltw overe)g-ojtottrltliaWnilln? the Recent Agreement of the Tower. IVMtLlx, Oct. 15. The Cologne Ga- zette's Apia correspondent says thu natives have proclaimed Tamaseso king, despite the recent agreement of the United State, Germany and England to abolish that oflice. He adls 'that the natives do not conceal their disrespect for the representatives of the treaty powers. At a wedding feast arranged by Tamaseso the American consul, Osborne, made a speech, thus giving the affair official recognition. Thereupon Tamascsc's followers proclaimed Tamaseso kin, and announced the destruction of the opposing natives if they resisted his authority. When tho letter was mailed, September 8, hundreds of Tamasese's and folloivers were gathering at Apia to swear allegiance before the eyes of the foreign consuls. Ta-nu- domiuicans who had been confined at liaracoa for two months were released Thursday a)d arrived here) They were members of tho Friday. Jimiuez expedition which was captured btjausc its object was not concealed as the members had been nssurtd that the Americans were favorable to their movement. The two months spcut in jail has had a terrible effect upon the party. One of the members is dead and several have become invalid. The Dominicans aro very bitter against tho Americans and declare that their imprisonment was worse than auy bpan-Isoutrage. Gen. Wood frequently recommended that they be released but the authorities at Havana prohibited such action. h Engineer Daniel White, of the train, was shot and it is reported very wounded in the breast because ho refused to run his engine away from the train. After shooting him one of tho robbers ran tho engine down the track two miles to a switch, where it was "killed." It Is also report ed that tho station agent was badly pounded. ROBBER SHOT DEAD. . serl-jusl- y The Tresldent by Three Idle Covered a Illfl. 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Hot Haths with CUTICURA SOAP to Cleanse the Skin, gentle am.lntlnct with CUTICURA OINTMENT to heal the akin, and mild of CUTICUKA RESOLVENT to cool the blood. Piiee, THE SET, Si.ic; SOAP. OINTMENT, 50c, RESOLVENT (half-li- e), 50c. Sold throughout the WorlfL Potter Druo ami Ciiem. Corp.. bole Pront.. lloiton. Semi for ah ai... the Skin, Scalp, Hair and Hands," nulled free. Capt. Chadwlck'a Threat Kmled the War. Moroantown, W. Viu, Oct. II Adm. Sampsou states that Capt. Clmdwick s' Commnnder Muson, Ketlred, Dead. Washington, Oct. 10. Word has been received here of the death Sunday, at Saugertics Depot, N. Y., of Lieut. Commander T. B. M. Mason, U. S. N., retired. Commander Mason was a native of New York, and was 51 years of age. He was instrumental in developing tho oflice of naval intelligence, which proved of great value to the n government during the war. Spanish-America- wrote the letter leading to the Toral's surrender, and gave it to Gen. Shifter. The letter, he tnys, was signed without tho slightest change, and surrender followed. It contained a threat of bombardment and news of the 'victory, pointing out the usclessness of further lighting. These facts are a part of tho record of the bureau of navigation, hitherto unpublished. Sampson says Chadwick undoubtedly ended the war. I'rotest Against Kicestlve Taiaflon. Madrid, Oct. 14. Tho mcrchunts threaten to close their shops a a protest against excessive taxation. If the threat is carried out martial law will be proclaimed, as berious disturbances would ensue. K.N0XVIM.K, Tcnn., Oct. 14. Just as the bank at Seviervlllo opened Friday morning Pearl Ihurman, a farmer of scvierville county, and Will and Carl Derrick, liverymen of Knoxville, made in unsuccessful attempt at robbery. President McMahon, who had just jpened the vault, was covered by three pistols, but seized a rlllo and ihot Thurman dead. Several shots followed. Carl Derrick was wounded ind captured. Will Derrick mounted d! horse, but, after going a mile, tho inimal was wounded by tho pursuers. Derrick dismounted, entered a barn, it on fire and shot himself dead. it Mrs. It. T. Lincoln, Administratrix. Mount Pleasant, la., Oct. 14. Mrs Robert T. Lincoln, of Chicago, wife of the former minister to the court of St. James, has been appointed administratrix of t'no estate of her father, The the la to Senator James Harlan. estate of the aged statesman was surprisingly small, amounting to leas than 950,000. All of it will fall to Mrs. Lincoln, his only heir. lfe Murder and Milolde. Pxoiua, 111., Oct. 14. Ha4ry Adair, mail carrier, Friday night pTiced a MM 7; gaM5ittaaaaaaaar',k,lf- - VPAelBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm.SSsS war, has just filled a contract with the British government for 1,500 mules for service in South Africa in tho war with rest lirirlug. Ilrltlsh Contract for Mules. SpiiiNoriia.D, 111., Oct. 14. On a BOXHAM, Tex., Oct. 10. Mr. Ed Stager, of this city, who was ono of the wager that he could drive, the dismost extensive dealers iu mules and tance in 4 minutes, W. R. Jones, of Dawson, tFrlday drove a pony to a road horses during tho Spanish-America- n SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT 1 WINCHESTER Rifles, Repeating Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guni and ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods, fire. Gen. Arthur been one uf the Boers. Yellow Jack colonel in tiie volunteer service during tin war of the rebellion when but 10 yea is old. lighten in the Philippines, became MacAhiiu, who has the mom successful a at Key West Decreasing. KT. West, Flo,, Oct. 10. The now cases of yellow fever number nine. reported in the No deaths have past 24 hours. bn ihotgun against his wife's chest and ihot her to death, and thenphiclug the cart from the public square In this run against his forehead, blcvr tho top rity over the country roads a distance jf his ovyn head off. Jealously Is given of 13 miles in 33i minutes. is. tho cause for tho crime. The Fight UcUred a Draw. .1'rlvate Juntas Manu I) ,ad. Chicaoo, Oct. 14. The fight Friday V.'A'HiNGTflN, Oct. 14. Gin, Davis, from San Juan, P. 11., reports to the light between Joe Kennedy, of la, and Frank Child, of Chicago, war department the death on Octobur 12 of James IJann, Cuuipany M, lltb teas declared a draw at the end of th sjsth rond. Infantry, cause determined. -- Call-lor- n FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 136 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO,, 180WIKCHESTERAVE,, NEW HAVEN, CONR. at JS.l rAmmij3x&&!S& 'bWAM. . - IM&np i, ,.atM.. pT' Ml OUR NAVY YARDS Jlnrino Itiillwnya Aro Necesmiry for tho Jluudlliifr of Torpedo Bout EVIDENCE OP MURDER. An Oyster Sloop Afire Drills Into Rock Creek With Two llaatl llodlci Aboard A THE FREE STATE. Great Activity on tho Tart of the Commando N'enr Aliwalnorth. ATTACKED ANGELES. miloo. Mysterious Stranger. :iploinr Artillery, a Few Shall Kllllnr One and Wounding Seven American. ud ,! S tt STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. ! - - Manila. Oct. The insurgents made an attnek upon Angeles at half - 5 95 94i 9'S 9'S 3S 9. a5 ia fl fiS past two Monday morning. One Amer1Stiiiil,r of Veiel Added to III Navy U llelUvad the lloers Inland Shortly te) It ican was killed and seven were wound-ed- . !' the of ltlectrlo-llj- r II h tha Hallway station, With tha THE KENTUCKY STAKE. HE MUST SERVE. un War The Filipinos used artillery, a few at, an AncHelp of Artillery Humored Ke- illary Is Itecommeuded. shells exploding. pulse at Mafeklng. McDowell's Filly, Exta.y, Won Easily la W. 4. atcXatnera, Leilngtnn'i The 17th, Uth and 13th regiment en. straight Heals Malzour Won trate, Uom to the l'enltentlary for Washington, Oct. 10. In his annual London, Oct. 17. Dispatches from gaged tho enemy, who retired at half-patha Keit II ace. Malicious Shooting. Capo were very meager Monday report to the secretary of tho navy, the 5 a. m. Lexington, Ky Oct. 13. The KenFnANKFOUT, Ky., Oct. 14. Tho court night, but they include nn important Chief Constructor Hlcliborn lays speAn American scouting party message from Glcncoe camp, datod 2:35 Hallnatc captured 11 Filipinos. near tucky stake was a feature of of appeals Thursday overruled a peticial stress upon the Importance of Anthe Moudny afternoon, announcing that other, near Maycauyan, .continuing the work of linprolng tho captured a day card at the trota Wednes- tion for a rehearing in tho case of and MaJ. II. G McDowell's Magistrate W. J. McNamara, under plants nt the various navy yards Inthe llocr commanders which invaded Filipino major. Ail were brought to grand Ally Extnsy was the favorite sentence of threo years in tho penitenviting particular attention to those at Natal through Laings Nek and after Manila. over a good field selling nt S25, the tiary for malicious shooting. McNaBoston and Lcoguo Island. A plant occupying Newcastle advanced to Washington, Oct. Otis is also recommended at Algiers, La., as Pannhausor, retired on Ingagano Sun- under date of Sunday reports the fol- field bringing $10. There wat little mara will now bo brought to the penbetting at theso odds as the race seem itentiary at once. day evenlug, their transport service lowing deaths among the without It tho new dock will bo worth He belongs to the powerful McNa being reported defective. This will States troops in the Philippines: United ed a gift for the filly. She proved less when completed. delay Indefinitely the anticipated and Under the head of dry docks the reChronic dysentery, October 8, SergU worthy of her backers confidence win- mara family which has dominated hoped for assault on the strong Ilrit William K. Humphries D. Uth; Corp. ning hnndlly in straight heats. port points out that tho present buildSho Lexington politios for acvcral years, was never extended and the race was a and leading politicians of that city Ish position at Ulcncoc. ing programme docs not affect tho two M. T. Harris I, 21st infantry; October are endeavoring to get him pardoned. jmost Important nnvy yards, viz. New Another dispatch reports activity on llj Daniel McCarthy, E. siirnal corns: procession in both heats. Ho is a brother of "King" McNaMalzour was another favorite to the part of the Free State commando Scrgt, Murtha Hcnncssy, 11, 13th inYork and Norfolk, nt which a new In the neighborhood of Aliwalnorth, dock of tho largest slzo is urgently fantry; October 13, Pat Hyan, K, 20th land the money. Ho was a mild first mara, who killed Jacob Kcllar at Lexchoice, bringing only 13 to the field's ington last spring and is now at large. on the southern frontier. The lloers Infantry. Chronic Diarrhoea, needed in view of the rapid Increase of October advance patrol, the dispatch says, go o, Frank Cook, I. 21st Infantry. Ty- 85. He won fhe first heat and for the battleship In commission. Marine Invalid Itnrned to Death In lleil. to the frontier bridge nightly to keep phoid fever, October 7, W. J. Flyn, second was a hot favorite Malzour ruilways also are said to bo necessary Louisville, Ky., Oct. 10. Mrs. Emma took the next two heats and the race Brownfield, an invalid, watch, firing shots at intervals as sig- 5th artillery; or tho economical handling of tor October 0, Hobcrt of 729 Sixth nals. It is believed the enemy Intends Paige, hospital corps; October 11, L. easily. cdo boats and two such aro recomstreet, had been able to sit up for tho shortly to try to rush tho railway sta- U. Harris, I, 21st infantry; Lewis The 2:19 trot was the only split heat first time In months Saturday, and her mended at Now York and one each at THE ASTOR BATTERY. tion, with the help of artillery posted' Jones I, 13th infantry; Harry M. event of tho day. Tho well played children left her alono in her room to 1'oruinouth, League, Island, Norfolk, second choice Glory took the race after go to breakfast. The smell on a ridge commanding the town. Tort Royal nud Mare Island. Whlrtner. I, 21st Infantry; acute of smoka An KfTort llelng Mails to Itrorcanlm It Thcro aro rumors that tho lloers Under the head of new construction October 0, Charles Larose. B, dropping the first heat to Fleetwood. attracted them, and when they rushed ami Tender ltt tervlce t.t I'rotldent The favorite. Cutting, could do no bet- upstuirs they found have been repulsed at Mafeklng and 4th cavalry; suicide, Alfred E, tho report sets out tho fact that con the bed clothes on. Krucr for Ilia Trantvaal. arc attacking Vryburg. tracts for the more Important ships hospital corps; heart disease. ter than third money. The track was fire and their mother dead. It ii A Capo Town paper has a dispatch authorized by tho last congress could Ciiicaoo, Oct. 17. The Post says an Trumpeter Edward Parnell, E, 2.rth In- slow, drizzling rain having fallen dur- thought she was suffocated by smoke not bo let because of the limitation effort is being made to reorganize the from the Orange river stating that tho fantry; enteritis, Henry Mollcr, 11, ISth ing the night Tho day was cloudy before she was able to cry out. How placed upon the cost of the nrmor. Ator battery, of Now York, which telegraph wires havo been cut between infantry; pneumonia, October 13, Geo. and tho weather such that but a small tho clothes ignited is a mystery, as crowd was in attendance. Nevertheless complete specifications was tendered to this government by Vryburg nnd Klmbcrley nnd it is be- Clayton, C, 10th Infantry. there was no fire near. Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct, 15. After a for these vessels hare been prepared John Jacob Astor at the breaking out lieved tho lloers aro taking advantage ' Washington, .Oct. 17. In a prlvnto frenator IHuckuurii'n Daughter III. and are included in tho rcort. Work of thu war and of tho presence of a large gathering of tier received from Manila one of the day's postponement racing was resumLouisville, Ky., Oct. 10. Senator on tho design for gunboat 10, to re- served 11 months in the Philippine, disloyal farmers at Vryburg celebrat- 3 llccrs of the commissary department ed at the track Friday afternoon. Blackburn, on his return from tho place tho Michigan, has been sus- and tender It y President Krugcr for ing nachtmaal to attack tho town hop there, makes the important statement Track slow and somewhat sticky. cast, learned pended, pending definition of thu char- service ngalnst the Mritlsh. It U said ing that tho farmers will assist them that with the opening of the present Valpa, the 50 to $20 favorite in the ous illness of at Frankfort of the serihis daughter, and conseagainst tho Hrltlsh. acteristic that will bo permitted un- that 41) of tho men have already enlist-ccampaign It will le possible to secure poolings won tho S2.500 ISest stake This question of a possible rising of nil of the live cattle necessary to send with ridiculous case and it was the quently went to Versailles at once inder tho treaty with Great Britain. for the expedition. They will leave stead of continuing on his way to join Fourteen vessels, with the exception tho L'nltcd Slates as Individuals and the Dutch farmers In tho northern ward with the various columns same story in the second and third the Bryan party. Capt. James Blackportions of Capo Colony is vory lin heats. The race appeared such a cinch of the Chesapeake nud Princeton, tor- rendezvous in Canada in order to crating from Manila. He savs cat- burn will take his place until the pedo boats or tugs, ttero added to tho cvado tho neutrality feature of tho jiortant, Tho Dally Mall's correspone can be secured from Siniranore and for Valpa that thcro was no pooling Bryan party reaches Frankfort, where navy during tho last fiscal year; four International law. This information dent nt Colcsburg had been Inquiring 'ion Tsln within ten days of cabling. after tho first heat. The sensation of the day turned up Senator Blackburn expects to meet regarding tho mattcrand on tho whole hpanlsh vessels sunk during the war comes in a letter to Knvart Hooven. THE COLUMBIA WON. in the 2:10 trot when Charley Herr, a them. were raised and added, and 17 small of liamlltou. O, who Is visiting In thinks the chances are against n rising. Kentucky Masons to Meet, mild favorite, was distanced in the Ho buses his opinion on tho prospect gunboats were purchased or captured Chicago. The letter tells of the efAmerican Yurht llrat tha HrllUlior Kailly third heat. He has been literally worn Louisvillk, Ky., Oct. 10. The maon tin.-- Asiatic station and placed on forts that aro being made to gel the of good crops after four lean years, in inc. i iri jure or thu IKU'J Series out by a very hard campaign. Herr sonic grand lodge of Kentucky will aswill predisposo the list. On tho other hand 41 vessels boys together in tho lloers' service which believed lor tlin American Cup. was favorite at Sin to 825 for the Held, semble at Louisville Monday for a the farmers to pence. Nevertheless were dropped from tin naval lUt, in during tho war In Ninth Africa, and 'Vrir V.,r fl. 1" liiu cull tYIUUIl but after the first heat it switched to number of important meetings. There .. .. . shMlltig the American lino chartered inquired if Hooven would enlist and there Is serious disloyalty and much i.i.n. vii. l. agitation in these dis'" ,fhe old schooner America uon so coni' Lucille, who was laid un in the flrbt will be three distinct bodies in session fthips, a number of auxiliary vessels accept a sergcaney. Mr. Hooven is a the Knights Templars on Monday Mild, tho revenue cutters and light son of J. C Hooven, a manufacturer of tnets while tho Free State Doers inanilingly against all comers over heat. The race was split up into six and after a hard struggle Titer evening, the grand lodge on Tuesday house voxels turned back into thr'r Hamilton. O., nud was held in high threaten an irnmcdlato invasion of the course around the Isle of Wight heats in 1P51, and brought back across tho drove Malcomb Forbes' chestnut mare, morning and tho grand chapter Thursold service, and a couple of monitors. esteem by his comrades during tho Colesberg nnd Aliwalnorth. day evening. It is estimated that Tho Dally Mall's correspondent as seas will probably remain here an- May Fern, to victory. On July 1 thoro were building for the battery's service In tho l'mlippincs. Stock Farm purse was a mere jog for from 7,000 to 10,000 masons will attend. serts that Sir Alfred Milner is worked other year, a deflanco to the world. In navy 4S new vossols, In addition to New Lexlnston Inlulry. TROOPS ORDERED OUT. to death and that Cane Town Is sur KataV glorious breeze, over n windward Audubon Hoy. Tho other two fought those enumerated. Lexinotox, Ky.. Oct, 14. Tho Conti in? with bitter rosentmeut at what iid leoward course of SO miles tho It out, and as a result, second and ,, In viow of tho delay encountered in securing armor for the new snips at Ilia Neitro rmltlon Thrralen to Hunt I hr called the Schrelncr cabinet's imoia scorca against tiio bnnm- - third monies were divided between ncntal Tobacco Co. is to enter Lexing -, them. Saturday's card will close the ton. Tho city council Thursday night satisfactory prices the chief construct- Tumi of lluriinnvlll- (In., for witmu llullillnc (liiardn!. .. r jiccting. passed exempting' or feels that the tlinu U oppoituno to CAPTAINS OF 'TTT! RIVAL BOATS. Bolivar street property from Ilry.iu's Tour In Kentucky. renew his recommendation that the Atlanta, (5a., Oct. 17. Gov. Candler Caiho, 111.. Oct. 1C State Senator taxation for five years, with the underdepartment contraal with tiro ship received a telephone mensago late Mon Gcebel, democratic candidate for gov- standing that he erects a builder for the ship complete with ar- day night from the sheriff of Pike mor, instead of making separ.ito con county, nt Rnrnosvlllc, advising him ernor of Kentucky, accompanied by a tobacco warehouse to cost S1S.O00. Mr. distinguished party of Kentucklans Ashcr represents the trust in the tracts for the latter. that tho Negro population of the town. Sumo of the lessons of the v aud a number of newspaper represen transaction. re- In nn attempt to avenge the whipping ferred to In the report is th'i import- - of three of their number Sunday night tatives reached the city Sunday evenDeath of Kohert J. Itrcchlnrlrigp, Jr. ing on a special train from Louisville. niiou oi summing snips, as well as by whites were gathering and threat Danville, Ky., Oct. 14. Bobert J, Mr. Win. J. Bryan and National Comrestrietlng tho use of combustible ening to burn the tilace. (Jov. Candler Breckinridge, jr., died Thursday aft mitteeman Woodson, of Kentucky, ar- crnoon of Bright's disease. The fumaterial upon them, and of tiro at once ordered out the Hnrnotrlllo rived Saturday night and nil left at 7 neral will take place at Lexington Satproofing .uch matcrlnl as must be nines at Harncsvllle, nnd tho used, Tho severe tests applied by City guard, of Atlanta. o'clock Monday morning for a tour of urday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Do Kentucky extending from west to ccntcd was 40 years of age, and th the war to our ships under tryTho llluua roportodto tho sheriff and ing conditions of allmatu resulted were nt once placed on guard around cast, Bardswcll beinj; the first atop, oldest son of Judge R. J. Breckinridge, x II m and Covington, the home of the demo- democratic nominee for attorney gensatisfactorily and little modltlcatlon of tho principal buildings. Tho Capitol now designs has been found necessary. City (iunrd, .10 men, nsacmblcd nt tltclr cratic candidate, the final one. eral. He was unmarried, and had bece The extended use of electricity as an armory in Atlanta nt 11:.;0 nud a few an invalid for several years. Noted Ilrauly Deud. Auxiliary recommended and the minutes later a special train wa-- i in Louisville, Ky., Cct. 15. News lllc Kentucky lticliiR Events. bureau is making great progress In readiness for them. reached hero Friday of the death In Louisville, Ky., Oct, 16. The classU till, direction. Tho present strength Gov, Candler decided however, to Washington of Mrs. Mildred Ewlng fixed events of tho Louisville Jockey f tho corps of naval constructors is wait further advices from Harncsvllle Carlisle. As Miss Mildro Ewlng she club the Kentucky derby, the Clarli to bo entirely Insullloient and n before ordering the train to leave. was a famous beauty. bho married stakes and Kentucky oaks for 1001 considerable Increase Is suggcttcd, in. Gen. George Anderson, who died in close Monday. Theso are for foals ol (Irnnted a eluding an issittant chief of the bu Iiy. the confederate service in tho civil 1S03 (now yearlings). The derby it Mi:ui!:.v, Ct.. Oct. 17. Tho Connecreau. war, and n'fterward James Mnndevillu worth 80,000. tho Clark stakes Sl'ooo, CIIA11LKS BAKU. CAPT. HOGARTH. Tho report clones with detailed state- ticut Typothntiu Monday night pa.sed Carlisle, a distinguished lawyer of and tho Kentusky oaks 53,000, all in r n, day resoments from tho constructors in charge unnnlmously the Washington. She navy yards of the work lution, by the terms of which tho em- traynl of Mafeklng by its constant re- rock Monday In the first race of the George Anderson, was tho mother of cash, there being no forfeits of any of tho various consul at Grenoble, kind. Tho entraco fee is 85. ploying printers of tiio state arc to fusal to send a volunteer force to iti lfeOO series for tho trophy. performed and the plant necessary. ishe France. relief. grant compositors, pressmen, bookKoah I'rutikllu Acquitted. bounded ncross the finish lino A THREATENED LYNCHING. Loxnoy, Oct. 17. Dispatches from fully a mile and a hnlf ahead lllot lu the High chool. Benton, Ky., Oct. 15. After being binders etc, ten hours' pay for nine Ky., Oct. la Mavsvili.e, Dundee say that according to the re- of tho challenger, hours' labor. The shorter work out 2 hours and 30 minutes the jury defeating her egro !'ho.phte Miners Itr alst ! Arret! will go Into effect November 21. day port of refugees tho Boer invaders of by scholars hero have been de- in the Noah Franklin murder case re14 ten minutes and sec Tbe Killed Oim Oltlrer and Wounded Anwages per day or week under the new Natal are estimated at 10.000. All the onds nctual time or 10 minutes and manding a single day session, which turned a verdict of not guilty. Frank other Twlre In the Thigh. and women nnd chil- S seconds corrected time, after allow- was not given them. Thursday morn- lin was charged with tho murder ol order will remain tho same ns heretodren have been sent from Dundee. ing the six seconds handicap which tho ing they became so unruly that Prof. Daisjvims and on account of the cirColumbia, Tcnn., Oct. 16. Horace fore in nil cases. Tho calling out of the Cape Colony Columbia must concede to the chal- Isaac S. Kay, principal, was compelled cumstances surrounding it, the case Campbell, a Negro phosphate miner, Canada Snpporti Kiiflr.nd's African Tulley, volunteers is supplemented by a deTho boys began was known ns the "Pearl Bryan" caw is in jail here and a strong guard lenger on account of her longer water to dismiss school. Lo.wiomt, Oct, 17. Sir Lewis H. D.v cision to raise 2,000 more volunteers in line. It was a decisive contest, a mag- throwing inkstands penholders and of Western Kentucky. stood guard Sunday night to prevent a minister of marine Cape Colony and 1.003 In Natal. Thus nificent race, magnificently sailed and other things nt each other, and would threatened lynching. Campbell and vies Canadian was They Want a New lapltoL glen a banquat the totnl strength of tho volunteer magnificently won. Opinion as to the not desist until they wore told to go .another Negro resisted trrost at the and fisheries Fbankfort, Ky., Oct, 14. Businesi Monday evening by the Canadian sec- forces iu both places will amount to merits of home. Tennessee Phosphate Co.'s mines early the two boats had been somemen of this city are mailing to legislaof the London chamber of com12,500 men. Killed While I'laylng Croquet what divided as a result of the Sunday morning, opening tire on tho tion tive nominees in every county letter! merce. In the course of an address According to the programmo of em- flukes Williamstow.v, Ky., Oct. 12. Dr. during past tho two olllcers James Gilmer, It. Ladd and W, the minister declared that the whole barkations from Groat Britain next weeks. Although tho preponderance Terrell was killed by M. Castleman at containing a copy of a atate capito! Wilshirc. Gilmer was killed and Ladd appropriation bill, to be introduced 1c of Canada was united ns ono man in Friday and the four following days of expert opinion never wavered in iti Glencoc Monday night. wounded twice in tho thigh and the The quarrel tho next legislature, and aro seeking support of tho Hrltlsh government's which has been published, thero will loyalty to the wonderful speed and arose over a game of croquet. Negroes fled. Later Campbell was ABoth pledges of support. The bill African policy of .ustlce nud equal bo shipped n total of 18,000 troops of all ability of proposei tho white flyer, no nautical were drinking. Castleman struck ll rrested and Identified. a tax for the building of a rights for all white men. ranks and 1,000 horses. with a croquet mallet, killing him new sharp expected that the Shamrock Men Wanted In Ilia Lumber Kefloat. capitol. DiriuiAX, Oct. 17. It Is estimated would be so overwholmingly van instantly. It is a bad case, as Ferrell Klertrlral Worker Meet. West Surniiom Wis., Oct. 10. Lum that from 11,000 to 13.000 Free State qulshed us sho was in Monday's strug. was peaceable and popular. Are Accused of Murder. PlTTHHUitoii. Pa., Oct. 17. The ntxth bermen who have started logging op Boers are watching tho passes in the glc. The Yankee boat outgeneraled West LmEitTr, Ky., Oct IS. Saro erations In this vicinity say they aro biennial convention of tho Nationa.1 Urakonberg rango from Oliver's Hook-t- her at the start, Death Warrant Ittaed. Reed, Jim Heed and John Oney wen beat her hopelessly in .already having trouble to get the men Brotherhood of Electrical Workes Fbankfoiit. Ky.,Oct. ov. BradCollin's pass. They have pushed a windward work to tho outer mark and Thursday morning, charged (needed. Teams aro also scarce. The was opened Monday at Knights of few patriots down tho Berg but hither gained 22 seconds in the run home be- ley Tucsdoy issued the death warrant with tho murder of Kelsc Burton al Beyond tho formnlltieHof open- to tho lowest wages offered at present Is $30 In the caso of Clarence Williams tho the school election main force has not debouched fore tho wind. Saturday, and per month. That Is for the swampers, ing the convention did very little Paris colored man, and fixed Monday, brought before County Judge Blnh from the nctual passage which is being 12 There was a good, stroug, ten to Nearly 100 delegate are hero entrenched. who two years ago wcr getting till Commandant. Gen. Joubert knot breeze, aud it held throughout December 11, as the date of the hang- Thursday morning to havo their exand a number of others are on tho roa-l- . ing. Williams killed his paramour. is heavily fortlflylng Laings Nek. . jicr month. amining trial. tho race. I(iiul tsi;e Union Incorporated. Trxn. DroilBlit llroken. The 1'retldent Ilanqueted In Milwaukee. Charged With Vunler. Kinperortii Drcorato Klne Alfonso. The l'rlsoner Kansas Citt, Ma, Oct, 10. Tho Dallas Tex., Oct. 17. Tho first Bkiu.i.v, Oot, 17. Count Hohcnan. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct, 17. Tho Louibville, Ky Oct. 15. Charles London, Ky., Oct. Collated. Owcnt 14. Dan American Equal Wage union, recently general rain in Texas since July 1, commander of tho Gardes du Corps, special train bearing President McKln-le- Kemp was arrested Friday morning, vats Thursday given a life sentence in Incorporated under the laws of commenced Monday. There have been will go to Spain November 3 and party arrived In this city from charged with the murder of his wife. the to prepenitentiary for tho murder ol with headquarters in Kaunas but three scattered showers since tho sent to King Alfonso tho decoration of the trip through Iowa and part of He is said to have goue homo drunk Herman Smith. Ho grew deuthly pale City, has adopted a constitution and U0 odd days of drought. The rain will tho Order of eveseveral days ago and benten her, end- and collapsed when the verdict the Black Eagle which Wisconsin at 7 o'clock Monday waj will immediately commence actlvo mis- help wheat but is too Into to benefit has been conferred upon Miling by throwing her down stairs. She read. him by tho ning. It was the first visit to sionary work. Tho organization cotton. waukee of a chief executive of the was taken to tho hospital and died. German emperor. from tho methods from older llorallgiit sold for S.OOO. nation in a decade, and tho greeting he Amreit Writing llluory of a Tragedy. Vuinlerhlll's Will. Vlrcll Mntllns Held. .unions in that It omits tho word An received from many thousand people Louisville, Ky., Oct, 14. Col. Scott ClIATTANOOOA, Tcnv... Oct, 17. It is Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 17. The will of tho was most enthusiastic and appropriate Lancaster Ky., Oct. IB. Virgil Mul- - Newmau Thursday sold to W. II. II. "strUe" from its constitution, pro learned Monday that actress Julia late Cornelius Vanderbllt will not be posofi to accomplish rsformn through to the occasion. Tho party were driven lins, for tho murder of Bud Fryo ou Achuff, a contractor of Philadelphia, James, who killed her mana- offered for prjobato or mado public for she ballot, work to offset tho activity Morrison a tecep last Saturday night a. Bryausville, Boralight, by Boreal, for 51.500. Tol, to tha Deutchor club ger, is writing tho story of her life and several dnys probably not before next )f corporation loobies, and declares foi tlon was lir Id and a banquet given tho was held tc await tho action of Ub is the highest price ever paid in Keo. the history of tho tragedy. week. distinguished visitors tucky for a pacer of tore years. rr"d Jury wtbett bull. fluid nay for equal work for women. 17,-- Year-Kiten- ded Vel IIai.timoiik. Oct, 17. Tho little oyster sloop Dream, on fire, drifted into Roeic creek Sunday bearing ovldcnce that a murder had been committed on her deck. The dismembered nortlons of a white man's body, supposed to bo that of Capt. Oliver Caulk, her owner and commander, wore found after tho flames hsd been extinguished. A colored deck hand named Frank Collier la missing, and he probably shared tho fato of the enptniu. Tho pollco aro searching for & mysterious stranger who boarded tho Dream on Saturday and asked to bo taken to Saint Michaels Talbot county, her home port, whither she was bound. The vessel sailed Saturday ovoulng. Sunday morning she drifted into Hock creek eight miles below tho city. An unknown man was picked up off Sparrow's Point nearly opposite Hock creek Monday morning from a yawl boat by tho crew of the schooner Amelia nud brought to Baltimore, whero ho disappeared. Tho police believe that this man is the murderer. Capt. Caulk had about 8300 on his person when ho Hailed on Saturday. i - - 9.a. - - - - - .S.5'9..a 31 I st 17.-- Gcn. dys-lnter- y, Bar-nar- d. Spanish-America- n A. d fl-- anU-llritls.- il lleic IVaaaaV- - a.M-Asher- s four-stor- y A&rL rfaVW f 1 i.-.'- .J Nlfir-llm- rr nine-hou- High-scho- ol Fer-ro- one-ce- o I 18.-G- ll. y Mis-tour- i. H I I jalM-- a si- - ( M"tACr''' SSS.:fcfciife.Wtofete n '4 nwnr r,Jt'-- " 1- LOCAL NEWS. Uusy people are tin) busy to be busy-bodies. A HltAVK (JIIU,. Pris- lilt Hani. Ropubllcnn in a Nebraska audience thought ho would confound Mr. Bryan by asking him why he didn't go to Cuba. This is what he got In reply: 'I offered my services to a Republican President the day that war was declared. That offer was never accepted. I then raised a regiment of my own. When tho treaty of peace was signed I resigned because I believed this conn try was in more daugei than Cuba, and I catuo homo to fight Republicans. "1 got II vo months of peace In tho army, and havo had constant lighting since I came out." Tho crowd cheered. A Going to Build Frustrated the Attempt of Seven oners to Kxciipe from Jail. Alias n-year-old This Spring? Wo can furnish you with every- thing needed lo build with . . . ut . . . VERY LOWEST PRICES. Rough Lumber, Dressed Lumlier, imlows, Doors and Sash and UlimN, Shingles, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Let us figure, with you. L. P. &W. S.Ellison 1 Kailroatl Time Tulilt. N., Only two weeks from next Tuesday until electioti day. Good yard wide brown domesf Baltzbii te Donus. tic, alBc. at When fortune smiles on a mail all the unfortunates join in. Tho steamer Clyde is on tho ways at St. Louis, and will soon bo iu good condition. Vo matter how good a man's veracity may le, his tneuds always doubt hi llsh stories. to Hice A: Naylor for bargains iu School Shoes. Read the advertisements in the Courier and you will know where to buy your goods. The man who talks loudest concerning his sacred rights never goes to church and usually lorgets to vote. Tho Memphis Conference of the Methodist KpUcopal Church, South, convene.--, at Brownsville, Tenn., Nov. 15. Bishop Fitgcrald will preside. gjtF A largo uew supply of Carpet Samples just received. New Patterns and very cheap. Call and see them. II. O. AMliKlto. Hap-G- o 10-0-- Bottle Mcllvaiu, the dangler of the jailer Maysvllle, this State, Is the at heroine of that community By her great coolness and bravery sho frustrated the desperate efforts oT seven prisoners to make their escape from jail one day last week, Tho turnkey had entered the corridor to feed the prisoners and was knocked down and over powered. MIsh Mullvnin whs just behind him holding the door. As soon as sho saw the attack sho closed the door with her Hrm aud sixtee- SHAW'S SHOE Tl'ISPA'R'PMliiW'P Jidm j,w ,' i !!. ' I J Is a special lino, apart fiimi nil nl Iters. We carry SIhwh from the cheapest to the hiKIiet of prices, iiaranleo- iiiK full value for every A lurge Dollar line of spent. and varied against the efforts of the prisoners to escape. Her arm was cut Ouc Fare to Cincinnati and Itetiiru. in five places, but she never Hindi-eAccount National Convention Chrisfrom her placo. For twenty-fiv- e tian Churches. Tickets ou sale from d held it for twenty-liv- e minutes LADIES FINE SHOES About 25 diHcM ciit kinds of Shoos, selling at 85.M) mid upward. A line - lim12th, post until her cries for uid dually B Oct. return 14th, 10thtoand 17th, lbUlt. passage ited for Oct. 21, brought two negro servants, who got guns and made the prisoners DmmiliCr, 1807. Kev. ruirroi dor. Her unexampled brav- S. Ox tho 10th of pastor M K. Church, A. Douuhoo, ery is the talk of the town. South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contract-v- minutes she maintained her all coupon stations of tho M, & O. B, C The fellow who wants tho newspaper to pitch into somebody politically AKUIVKSi LEAVES: or otherwh-- is the fellow who is carein. Train No. M ut 9:30 1'. in. Train So. M, 7 IJ "' ful not to do anything of that kind Tralu No. 8, t 2:05 p. m. Truln No. 4, I8:lrt himself. Price's now show boat, Olympla, Swing Round the Circlo gave an entertainment Monday night at tho wharf. The performance is said to have been above, tho average of such President MeKinley in making a entertainments. political swine round the cirolu Tho recent local option" election in after the fashion of Andrew John Mayfield, iu which won, is chietly on tho gronuds son when he wan President. This to be contested, w:w not done by secret that tho voting week ho has made speeches in ottlcial ballots. Ac Illinois, WiticouBiii and Iowa. .Mr. SlHUtt HUUSK MOLASSKS. Bryan the great Democratic lead-er- , Best quality new crop X. O. Molasses C. K. Kakkk's. is also on tho swing, speaking at who knows all about it Tlfellow in Iowa, Kentucky and Ohio. In is now making his figures on tho outthe old times such canvasdinu was come of the Governor's race. It is a considered undignified, but now harmless amusement that wo once indulged in ourselves. it appears all right. Placing stoves ami adjusting stove pipes is not couductivo to good humor Miss (Jould Against Roberts. and about every man you meet hits a linger and looks us Miss Helen Gould is not only a skinnedlike to lick somebody. though ho would woman, full of practiFarmers aro nearly all through cal charity properly directed, but wheat, and a great deal of it is her head is level on bigamist Itob coming up. Tho acreage is said to be erts. She snid before the Amen tho largest ever kuown in tho county cau Female Guardian Society: ''I The weather for seeding tho pat two am glad to have the opportunity weeks has been perfect. to protest neon) Bt thb seating in Congress of a man who advocator 0. & St. L. R. It. j I KNtiLAMl AND AMKHICA. e V Americans who And it impossi- anti-siloo- n big-heart- ble to commend the British policy of the conquest of South Africa Kcuicdy, which acted like a charm. I most cheerfully recommend it to thu and tho ultimate overthrow of the public." For sale by Cowgill ifc Hickman, Ky., aud A M. Shaw, Transvaal and Orange Free State .State Line, Druggists. Republics do not tbomby provo their forget fulness or lack of appreciation of British friendship ror this Government at tint outbreak of the wur with Spain. It must be remembered that there is a large aud intluentiarele-men- t iu England itself which unqualifiedly condemns the conflict with tho Boers brought on by Ce- Mixed Sweet Pickles in Barrels, cil Rhodes and Colonial Secretary Mixed Sweet Pickles in Bottles, Sour Chamberlain. This sentiment Is Sour Pickles in Dottles, in Barrels, Cucumber Pickles not of sudden development. It Sour Cucumber Pickles in Bottle, was strong enough In tlu eJrly Gherkins, eighties to induce Mr. Gladstone, Picklo Onions, then Premier of Great Britain, to abandon the war against the Boers Salad Dressing,Hash, Pickle Pepj)er Cow-gill, a severe cold which was attended from thu beginning by a violent coughing. Ho says: "After resorting to a number of so called 'specifics, usually kept iu tho house, to no purpose, I purchased u bottle ot Ohumiierluiti's Cough Z sale. A ,v4'C!l III Ol.WU ii OK,,,,, niltllO iliv nwiuiii, .... '' U'luilP .'. -- 5 fffff WWW A PUBLIC INVITATION ! I NEW PICKLES JUST RECEIVED! MY XKW STIXMC OK Fall and Winter IS AHKIVLNT, Hoods . Chow-Cho- DAILY, how-in- g even with the British defeat 'of Majuba Hill unavenged. It was strong enough In the present crisis to cause the removal from high command Buchanan is closing Our out and practices polygamy. Cost. country has been noted in the past BusiueNS is good in Hickman for for the beauty of its home life and the chivalry and respect shown this time of the year and the merchants very nig I v. African Company, a commercial This view is held 11' .'..nWn men iuiiik. nri.i.i nam. A4IIJ(II0IIinmnVc Dried Fruits. rt Ullllliuil trade when au.itfj a Rolled Oats, &c. by man to woman. It would be aro expecting sets in. Tho stocks of the present moment. B cold weather KJrdk. Bee a man who goods iu Hickman aro liner this fall sad indeed to S. ELLISON, Fasrlnutcil With Monarchist TmuLi stands for the Oriental harem than we have over seen them. " .. w neated among our law makers. I 3 Fulton Leader, Ilitli: Mrs. earnestly hope that men will write Statham died Wednesday iiight Martha In the following the Massachu at her DON'T FORGET THAT their Congressmen urging them to homo near Moscow, and was buried yes- setts Republican takes occasion rise iu protest against Mr. Roberts terday afternoon at Harmony church, to warn the people of the United HARNESS and BUGGIES being seated when Congress as- Row R. H. Pigue, tho Methodist pastor, olllciatiug. She was about 10 years old, States that they should beware of sembles." and leaves a husband and several chil- M. A. Hannu'u Intention of conwill be no more conven- dren. There a mongjtT" I otrcr for sale all tho old Car- verting this republic into tions between the Boers and Engpet Samples. Tlioy aro nice for Bugs, archy like that of England, which lish. When the war will be ter and much cheaper than you ever saw. country, he says, "has a political minated there will be no Doer H. C. Amiikko. system fully as good as ours," all government, nor Orange Free In tho next census all women, acState, either. cording to an exchange, must tell their of which we admit, ns matters are now law says ; under Ilanna's dicShould tho Democrats lose ago. The toll their ago or "Womeniuwho now running but which, under a inindulge refuso to it would not accurate statements thereof, as well as tum, is true, the Ohio election, cause surprise, for Ohio is a Re- other pemous refusing to reply to ques- Democratic administration, would publican State; but should the tions, or making falno statements, shall be righted up iu accordance with Republicans lose it there could on conviction bo lined one hundred dol- free American institutions. Says be no doubt of the turning of pub- lars." City Marshal Frio, of Charleston, the Republican: lic opinion against the ndministra Mo,, was shot and killed by a negro at Mr. Hanim made a "break" as tion. ono night last week, while soon as he opened his mouth Cairo, 111 to local jKilico. to tho One thing compensating for rendering assistancecitizens of Charles- the interviewers in New York. 600 enraged AND FULLY (JUAK.NTKKI, war, it tarns the money loose; the About over to Cairo tho next day to "My observations of England," he ton went money for American deal out jnstico to the perpetrator of tho said, "are that it is a country with AND THAT EDglleh mules and canned beef will prove deed, but ho had been gotten out of the a good political system Cash we almost as beneficial and stimulat- way. It is as good ns ours." If Mr. Ilanas was ing to American prosperity D. W. Dickinson, tho na's Ohio opponents are sharp ! the enormous expenditure of U. fruitman of this county, whilst on a they will observe the implication to Louisville last week, in attemptS. standard silver dollars In the visitto get off a street car, was violently of this remark. It means that, in ing Spanish wur. thrown to tho ground and injured, it is his opinion, a mnmirchial form of is thought internally. We see by tho government is just as good as a Chairman Young, of the Dem- Louisville papers that ho has entered republic. Some of Mr. Ilanna's ocratic State Central Committee, suit against tho Louisville Railway Co., critics think that a monarchy is basing his prediction on the reg for $1,000 dumages. what he is leading us to. Be istration in the cities, say that 0 loaves Bread for 25o. more careful next time, Mr. linn-na- . Goebel's majority will be 35,000. 2(5 loaves Bread for $1 .00. This will be actiticul camHe believes it will exceed Shack- Patronize homo industry aud save from paign. elford's majority for two reasons 20 to :50c on the dollar, at tho Now City the activity of the Goebel fol Bakery. One Fare to Seattle, Wash. Tho Nashville, Chattanooga & St. lowing and the indifference of the On account of W. C. T. U. ConvenLouis railroad has ooucluded Unit it is Republicans. cheaper to feuco Its road, where mostly tion. Tickets on sale via M. & O. K. U., Oct. 11th to lath Inclusive, limited to pay The time required for a journey needed, thanand otlierfor tho killing of for return passage to Nov. 10th, lblt'J. stock Xlio track hogs, cattle around the world by a man walk- will mostly bo fenced where farm fencJob Couldn't Hate Stood It ing night and day without resting es aro so close on either side that cattle would be 428 days; an express and stock become panic stricken and If lio'd had Itching Piles. Thev'ro train, 40 days, sound at a medium run uou tho track. annoying; but Hueklcn's Arnica While tho Weather Bureau declines Salvo will euro tho worst case of Piled temperature, 32A hours; light, a olllcial prediction ax to tho on earth. It has cured thousands. For to make little over a tenth of a second, iuteiihity any tho of of Pains electricity, passing over a tho attaches of coming winter, some tue Injuries, salve iuor Bodily Eruptions it's and the bureau think tho best tho world. Price 25oa copper wire, a little over weather will bo moderate. There is an box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all of a second. old belief among the bureau oflleials druggists. that if tho winter in tho Southern hemFurnishing Goods Stock WAR in the Transvaal a Repub isphere is mild tho winter following iu (MAN!) FKEK CAHMVAL. tho Northern half of tho globe will bo lie of South Africa, is becoming correspondingly temperate. Tho reWA8 NKVKIl SO COMl'I.KTK. probable - in .'act inevitable ports from Southern Africa aro that the railiicah, Ky., OH. ';ili nail 27lli. every day, if indeed the drat gun winter just closing there was moderate. UNDERWEAR, Six Days Fun iu Two. (iraiul Arrival bas not already been fired. Tim HOSIERY, of tho Kinjr. Steamboat Kucerf. of opinion among lend concensus opporis HANDKERCHIEFS, Yacht KaecH. Mumilflceut ing journals of America, Germany SUSPENDERS, FhoworkH Display. a and France, is that it Is a needless Amoiifr other rare novelties, hIiowIiik COLLARS, colossal lire pictures of Admiral Dewey OUFFS, and unjust war upon the part of Brown and "FiKhthiK .loo" Wheeler. This Q LOVES, England. The Isoera are deter Carnival of Fire will conclude with tho NECKWEAR. to defend their land and Shoes. All mined Imttlo of Manilla. liberty, and the English seem Linen Collars, 10c. CJortfeous, Siiectuculur and Allegorical to secure the equally determined Uaruivul, including home or the finest Latest Styles iu Neckwear received lloats ever constructed by genius ami concessions demanded virtually every week. art. Merchants and Iiidusirml i,ir,wi,. the absorption of that Republic .Montgomery Street Fair. Parade of Jolly Klks. Military and Ma and destruction of its liberties, Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 1809. rine .music, Fl'knihiu.no There is some remote probability It costs you Ono faro from all ticket stations on Come yourself Goons Frunco, Ger- tho Mobilu& Ohio Railroad. Tickets mill hrlnir vnnr nothing. vnnr (rl.nwlu ...m Dkpahtment, that the interests of fiiiniHmany and Russia may become bold Oct 21st to 28th inclusive, limited all bo hoi'o, Aeduced rates on all Itull. roods uud Steamboats, for remra to Oct. 80th, 1800, CASH HOE STORE, at British General who did not ht'si tato to denounce the war now ou as a war of conquest for tho direct benefit of the British South corporation. in South Africa oY---n Faust's Oyster Catsup, t'elcry Sauce, Worcester Sauce, Mustard aud Horse Radish. Fresh Mustard. Also, New Maple Syrup, Clover Honey, Apple Butter, Preserves, and Jams of all Kiuds. Chicken Tnmalt, Boneless Pigs Feet. Manila Relish, and we will take pleasiuo in showing you the Finest and Best Stock of Goods .iEYER with IMUC'KS BROUGHT TO iw I HICKMAN h 12:. ItKASOXAHMC iu any market. run he louml , 'rntMr F.&W. Wo are so busy opening and marking ooIn that wc cannot ive e.iuh npeoial line uotieu iu thin iSHiie, hut will he (laI to have you Call and See the Splendid IX EACH 'DKI'AI'.T.MMNT. Bargains t J. H. C. AMBERG. ! .4 Your Attention DR. W. M. BRIGHT, PHYSICIAN. 3 ARE CHEAR! Olllee over WUkoii'ii Uook Store, lloleoiulto IlnlldiiiK. In well-know- n Trust, And Prices uc Bust aiOEUAH. ESKinCEr II. F. REMLEY, AI Rill I OIL IBS? AVo -. V Ksi AUorney-ai-Law.Jlf- r Ollloo up HtnlrH. Holuombo Dulld- - OUR MENS call your HjMctal attention thU HICKMAN U'milr tn nnr l......,.lf..l II...... ..1 ,,,.. ..... irvtiuuiUI III11W III "., K. lnjf. KENTUOEY. Bed Room Suits Will practice in all Conrlsof the State which far excell anything Hickmuu has ever wltnesed. Wo have tliein in Oak or imitation Mahogany finish, ranging in juites from $i:j.,'i0 and upwards. Give us a call. DR. 8. DAVIDSON ICKNTUOKY ter-ribl- y Stephens & Smith, II I OK MAN, one-tent- h Now your tunity to buy pair of celebrated go at cost at Buchanan's. 2J1-2- 8, - BICGH n Sllid election lin lir.lil n tl,., ......... )laco and time and by the sumo oIllcerH who hold tho goiieral election. Witness my hand as Sheriff or Ful-to- u County, Ky., this Sept. 'i'ii, 1600. J, T, tiTUBULEriKLD, B. 1 (J u-l- Oftloo ovor OowkIII & OowplllV ELECTION NOTICE. Drue Hy virtue or an order made by the l'iscal Court cr Fulton Co., ut its April term, Will, ami directed to i is Sheriff of said county, Notici: is hereby given that (mils will ho opened and an election held at each voting precinct in Blacksmith and Undertaker Fulton County, on Tuesday. November HIOICMAN, KKNTUOKY. 7th, JWKt, at which election tho munition of whether or not tho FImjuI Court A TIIIAI. "lu-tyou wsiu of Fulton county shall cause the bomU lllnfkHiuHliliiit done, or repnlr In of tho county to the amount of Twenty Waiinn, .tii; I nltao Vnrp n Thousand Dollnrs to bo issued for the full line of jmrposoof building a Court House in c Goodo said county, will bo submitted to tho Ciimmnn. Itoeewun.l, 1t1.1t legal voters iu suid county. Said Isuulx Holhl lilnc-are to be of denomination of $100 Wnlnni CnUins h ml Unite, which can he each, payable to bearer, drawing inter- llltrd mi in short noi Ice, mul m rfiion-iibprire. Ulye ma it oml. est at 0 per cent, per milium. $1,000 or said bonds to bo due iu a yearn from Bi- - Shop near the Jnll. duto, mid $1,000 due respectively !l, and fi years from date. Farm 8tor. I A. I OLIVER. i llnr-mlioi- fpt-oh1I- Undortakor' le . ,nmr "li'kman, known as the U W. Powell place, near Dyersburg road, is offered for sale. 100 acres cleared, very good houses, orchard, &o. J) or further information, apply to Tl'i) .'J1"1!1 5-- for Nal. UQ yyUHIiKlf, I.V tk 3hra 1 tr !iLujXlZX. 'm , WW , "?' 'fl'VTT'l i trUVVTf, .JliJ'Rvs.A... THE HICKMAN COURIER, (ImrK'J Wnrri'ii. HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, : . . OCT W, iwjji ! o Local and Personal. Ohm TravU is titkliiK '" tho fair -- MUs .Itslu IhIit hits returned from Kuoxvillo. fciVltiindlu is olforiug some bargain in Jewelry. tlm. U It. Hubbard viiitotl Colum-hu- , Ky., inlri week. NhhIi-vill- BALTZER & DODDS. 5K VMrV - Opposed to Expansion. The Com Crop'. Sen-rotary Mr. JaniRR Wilson, Federal An iiRHoniiition has linen formed of Agriculture, takes a rohi PhilHdelpIiln under the nnine of tlio American LengQe, the objeots seate view of the prospects of the of y hlch ure atrtteil to be to' main- corn crop for the current Tear, tain the troths set forth iti the not only as reapects quantity, bat GRAND SHOWINGS ltmiia" -- vOF " TOSS- I)r. Union City, Tiimtluy. Mrs. Moliio lirovard returned from JoueHhoro, Ark., this week jflT (let your Wiiteh repaired at liuon's Ho I tint t in Hickman. Mr. Oeorgo Hiirtlott mailo ij Hying trip in Kuoxvilh, Tenn., lust wek Urn Ham IhM unit clillilrcn. olSt, 'liiHiK am visiting Mm E U C.tmplell. Mm U M. Adum and Mm. Ida llolllit'it vUltcd rolutlvm in Union City, Monday. FAKMKIt'S CHOICE Domett Hai.tzkk in Doiid.s. tic, &V at Mr. Cue Threlkehl nlteiidul the Etnentoii-Kolvnuptiul.i at Union City, lK-h- 0. V .Miles wu clown from New Fall Goods! 51 W"'FAKMEH.S' uiiuiuk" Hleui'lied " Per Yard for HOPE" untl nestle, Worth r-- i r Tlifsn few ilfiiiH dIiico lis to tilt' 'i front U8 the tnoft neneioiiH HAIIMAIN 3iC for good yanl Wlilu Per Yard -- iU Onr Dre 7. f OIVKIW. Wii he IPVI III IOIOL' III L, tilt" H'llCI. '1 B H O W N DOMESTIC. Worth Counts. declaration of independence, and to oppose the expansion and establishment of the dominion of the United Stated, by conquest or otherwise, over unwilling peoples in tiny part of the globe, and. at the present time, to promote suuh measures of Congress as shall terminate hostile operations against the people who wish to govern themselves, and to aid in securing to them, by the friendly assistance of the United States, the peace, liberty and order of iust republican government." Former United States Senator George V Edmunds of Vermont, is honorary president. - also the price He thinks the crop will he from twenty-threto twenty five hundred millions of bash-els- , an extraordinary, if not unprecedented, vield. e i A Thoasand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Auuio E. Springer, of Philadelphia, when Dr. Kiug's New Discovery cured her of n aLn-di- nevolently assimilate the Boer's. Gkkat IJuitain wants to "be- backing cough that for many yean had made life a burden. She says : ''After all other remedies aud doctors failed it boou removed the pain in my chest and I can uow sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before, I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." Dr. King's Now Discovery is guaranteed to cure all troubles of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at all drug stores. Dress Goods. Goodt Department Is briiniiiK over with bt'iiutlful Full Fabrics, which uro lnini to resist, in eoiiKideratlon of tlui low prices we ask for them. No large pnitlts here, everything tlm very Lowest. Head the following values: Black ('reiK)iis, 12 inch, Silk' .51 and Wool now styles, Colored Cropoux tho newest i1 7)l V i;omIs for Skirts, , inch. Venetian tft. Ladies Underskirts. All-Wool Ladies Suits. e r WeilneMliiy. Tim Saturday Afternoon Kinliroiil ery Club iiit'i'iH with Mrs. T T. Swuyno iiflernoon. oYVo Mdl high grade men's Shoe' ) Kiev. A: Navuiii , for (i and Mr Luther Powell, died, at his) 11W parents home in Fulton, Mond.:y .25 We lisivo just added a line of Tailor-madSuits, best quality Skirt Patterns at Venetian Cloth, lly front and tight M) cents HttiiiK Jackets, new Skirts, at Silk Underskirts, all shades at 5.00. Nice, now Silk Skirts at 7c to : tH) Misses ami Clnlilreii's Ladles' $10 to 18.50 all-Wo- live near Jordan j t& Bend your orders to the new City Bakery for Fresh Oysters and Celery. Mr and Mrs J A Stubln are visit-Mo- ., and Jones- iiiK at i iirut)u'rsille, Ismi, Ar , HiIh week Mr U. W IliH'ii, of K:ist St Louis, I III .attended the funeral of his brut her,1 0 F Hovn, in this city, Friday last IBM'K bleached Domestic for" (Until. HiimetlilliL' imw. Camel'H Hair 10 inch 1'latds, for Skirts, Fancy Camels Ifdiiieh all-Wo)t i v (J5c "" '' Wo hayo a special Bargain to otrer yojx in Kill No moro when Ciloves. Mado to these aru kou" HolliU 1.00, for Oik?. Kid Gloves. Jackets. t t A Shoe Cannot Be Cheap Wo have jiM received u big lino in all colors and ulai'ies ago 0 to 15 years old, rangiug in price front $1.98 to 5.00 Ladies " Slfl inch Bai.tzkh & Bonos. -- Mrs. ben Beckham and ibuiifhters, Hurrlct Tnmsaud Kato Wathou, of, Un ion flty, are vixltlni,' relatlvi-nc.ir( town. feaT- Fnsh Ovslers and Celery nvclv-idaily at the City Bakery. Wtllto Beokmau, son of our esteemed fellow coutiiy man, Win. Ucokman, is atteudiiiK commercial I'olb'Ke at Tenn. rapt. II A Tyler and MUes Mary Aiidersou, Bessie Cw. and Mary ant in Niu.li vllle tins week attend-inthe Fair. fti.,,0 s - iW at S T if 1 Tricot, spun and Fluids, at ull-Wo- " '"i 1 F(ft Home, 30c STPPLES. We sell them eheajier than you can buy them whole-sale. -- rapei 850 flfllPQ VI W33 Black Silk and Wool Crvixm SLlrt.I nl i&.M li - i Krl Best duality all-Wo- ol ni i JMl 13. O Ladies Plush CaK- - Collar trimmed with Tiliet Fur and Beadcil, ul 1.05 to It- - CanicN Hair Plaid BFST CALICO, 5operyM. GOOD CALICO, iH4c Bed Twill FLANNEL, Wool, 16c. and 5.00 OU.m PL( Collarettes. We show a uico lino of Fur Collar- la'rette.s, Silk lined, from Of 1.75 Unless It Is Good! NO POOR SHOE can ever rise to the dignity of a Bargaiu. THE VITAL POINT of our Shoo Selling is Cheaply, but uof Cheap Shoes. all to ff .O.UU d ' Shirt Waists. Ladies Satin Waist, all hhades at $11 f to Ladies Flannel Waist, Plaids and solid colors, ft '.'S to LONSDALE Bleached Fall; Millinery. A gorgeous display of Fashionable trimmed Sailors in harmony of beauty ami gissl tasto, at most reasonable prices. that we Sell g( " Niush-vlll- fci 'J'J'"V ntG'sc, QA HOPE DOMESTIC 7o. others ask yon K( JEANS, l, OUB MOTTO has always been "Hi at 25c. 1 u TIMOTHY r M:KI. O B New stock, nl -- Missen I.iKht. 1 Kki:us. III Meiia Mav, Irene Farls, Mals-- CSaiMer. Marie Bruvanl, Messrs. O. B. Travis. V, B. Shaw, Jr . and J S. Billon, took In the danci at Union City Monday niht. -- Tiptonvllle I'nts' Mr Bill Joo I larjsT, u brother of our estwtmil fellow eltl.eii, Jack IlariMT, was in the oltv this week Mr. Harper is a resi- dent of Hickman, Ky., an d a fjreat levee cnthtiMiist gjtT" BarKesl line of rieatiiiK and C(MkliiK Stoves in town B. V. te W. S. Bi.i.Imjv. - and Chiltlreiis Suits we can 1iow you the Best and CWKafl Lino in Hickman. Mens Suits from J5I5.50 to $15 00. For Itoya Suits anil Jbjreoat.s wo sell the "JANE HOPKINS" make all Suit have Double Seat anil Knee. Don't fail to see our Boys Hculur Overcoats, size- G to iO years old. Our stock oi Mens and Ladies SHOES is complete, and our School Shoes for Children the best made. Come inspect our line. 4 CLOTHING AND SHOES.t t luyip t Grades ana Lowest Prices.". WHEN WE FIX the price $2.00, that means the very best Shoo to bo nod for $2.00. A Pound of Performance is worth a Peck of Promises, Wo ulwuys have all we advertise. Your money back if you want it. -- X CASH SHOE STORE, BICE & KflYLOB. A SI'KliAL NOTICK. Confederate Bon. John W. Yerkes, one of the ablot ami iiknI d(HtiiiKuishet Iteiubli- cans in Kentucky, is advertlsisl to siK-aat City Hall next Monday night at ? : :t0 o'clock. Mr Yerkes is a strict partisan, but enjoys the reputation of Ix'lni a ialr mimieii geniieman. anil and one of thuahlcKt Beptiblicaus in the Slate. Every member of th Methodist Cliurch U reiiestisl to be at the service next Suuday morulug at o'clock. We Is'gin a protracted meeting on tlm Mil stmiilitv. (which will Iki iust it week from Sunday). Let every member attend tlm nervlco next aiiunay. ii cireuiusiaiict-make it liiipooHible for you to Ihj pres ent, send some one to represent you, or a note to ludiiuto your willingness to bo They may call iTiiitnii a dead town present. W. O. Hkki.kv. if they want to but weseeit dinVreiilly. Now she has two of the finest literary colleges in Kentucky, a modern waterworks plant, V!,5XI inhabitants, a gissl uowsp:iMT and gisst islitorial writer, Having ileoiilcd to ipnt the Jewelry and in Novemlstr is to vote on the elec- business, I will for the next 00 days ilemi tric light question. Auythlni: my entire stock of Jewelry at a big atKiut that? Yeoman. hiicrilico. This is a rare bargain for yon, Itiug up lil when vou want coiiio at once and lie convinced. BeKolls, Bread, Fruits, Nuts and ginning Monday, the 'JUnl day of Octofresh ber, you will Hud nit next door to tho Candies. New City Bakery mill directly opposite l)r Chas, Miles, of Union City, was Led font & Rogers' gnxTry store. in Hickman, Tuesday. In connection F. T HANDLE. with Urs. Hubbard and Curlin, lm tho leg of Master Hiissel JohnL'HUJM'II ANXIVKKSAKY. son, liltluson of W (' Johnson, who Wu has been alllictcd a long, long time CltYHTAI., Tknn., Oct. 17, lhl. iinderstand that the tiMratioii was Iviiltor Courier: The 50tli Auuiver-rand that tlm patient is doing as of Antiooh Church will take place well as could bo expected unedr the cir Oct. U7th, Ib'.tl). First subject : "Early 4MIIUStllUCCS. History of Methislism in this Country. ' CnrThcro will bo an auction at jonn Speakers: llevs w. u. Buck's, Saturday Come and get a bar- H. Witt and J. M. Fluti. For the O. P. gain it was postponed on account of Cliiuvh Hevs. Joo MeLekoy, E. D. inv child being very sick. FarriN and W. T Lemml. Everylssly inviied to come anil bring . Mi' Henrv Emerson, proprietor of ii. HIkLiiimii Teleiihoiie. and Misv An a basket Illicit. J. A. Cloau, Chtii'u. iilo Iveber, daughter of Mr F W. 11. D.'Pakk, Sec'y. were quietly married at tlm homo 1 1 BargainTifllewelnj. or-f- er Itisiiiarck's Iron None Was the result of his spleudid health. Monday. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found w hero Stomach, Liver, Adjutant Jim l'arker, of Camp Pir-ti- Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If yon'want these qualities and tho sucFulton, aiinouiiccH that tho Con- cess they bring, use Dr. King's New on Keelfoot Lake, Life Pills. Only '6c. At any drug store. federate will coinmeuco next Monday, the --'iinl, and continue one week. Me.Si.cH have E8TRAY NOTICE. leeii formed at Fulton, May field, Clinton, Columbus and other Miiuts, and as Roper, Taken ninny of these to whom it Is most con Hiving- un as a stray by J. C. Shuck one half mile north of the is will meet In venient. it nines cast Hickman, next Monday at II a. m roan anil live aim Others will go direct to the Lake from of the city of Hickman, in Fulton Co., ouo day other ioitits." Confederate Veterans, mi on tho Hith aged of Soptomber, 1899, havabout far as they can, will be expected to fur gray mare, black spots onten years, her shoulders, uish their own rations for such time as ing homo hands, but f expect to stay. Federal toldler about fourteen and tliew having no marks or brands, shod in frout nro invited and will be cordially and which is appraised at the value of an special guexts. Rn-Unio- n on Next Iff j--fr e, n Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE AND TO OUT . . . I exis-cte- one-na- n GOOD FRESH BREADS OO TO THE one-hal- lew tug uitt). euter-taiuc- d twenty-fiv- e am-point- Given under my hand this 20th day of Sept 1899. Asks a sharo of your patronage for a J. W. Mayes, J. P F.O. You will shoo shine. nlco find that in connection with tho New Barber Shop Miss Judge's old stand dollars. A. Ij. Hocking;, Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily I HEAOqUAnTERH I'Oll Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates o l, y Kei-se- r, in Initio's Iho of Union Cilv, Wednesday, at 12 in , Utiv errormlng the ceremony Jkr Misno Mr Emerson is a worthy, popular ami t.nterprislng young man, and tlm bride u charming and most worthy young lady. May every possible blosmg attend parents, The creditors of Ed Mover are hereby notified tiiatou Out. 9th, 1899, at thu October term Of the Fulton County I 8y Semi to W. M. SHAW ror choice Court tho undersigned Assignee of Ed fresh meats of all kinds, at the old Meyer, entered a motion to bo dis.lllNl li.iouet Store. Telephone Ml. charged us said Assignee from said trust Tlienewnie.it store, at tno uacuet mid reloased from any liability .nwl 4(H) !tf,t..o ailU IJhtq1 Store stand, Fren. corner. Fresh meats count thereof, said tlihchargo on acI to be 'or all klilil nenvereii hi any pari, oi tnade at the regular December term of A itortion of (iustoni-niad- e 'town. Telephone said court. your patronage solicited. 11. U. KUYKENDALL, W. M Shaw. Assignee of Ed Meyer. It year 1900 is the time for taking The ,i... ,...!. eoiisiM. nnd in cities of over To our old friends and customers, wo u ioo ..initiation tlm work must be done I have for sale acres of flue laud .inrimr i lm first two weeks In Juno; in wish to announce that we have bought ii ..r r tiarts of each district the whole ot .i... largo stock of implements, iiuggtes,- near Jordan Station, Ky., tit tfi.00 per ny &au- ucro. on easy terms ; or I will trade for owneu allowed. There will bo troiir Harness. iVo., previouslypropose Tie is to to iniiku a smaller place, and make easy terms & Beeves, and tw ........ thirty questions tolsi answer- - ders Ktin-l- Kecoilll to wo niv i Of tllO killll ill . J,,.. fn tlm cjiiniirv ills- tl.ls ut timber ,. .. 'ii in- eiiuii Ki"""' "'ioucil this em of. tlie ... lltlliuuaii nun seo us ou tlm balance. $1,000 worth mills near Slate, etui bo sold from this laud to ::...'. .i... ..r,,.,. will Imi unci il satisfy yourhclf that wu mean to by, or I will ngaeo to buy all the timber etc. The answer .about the crops, stock, lw written by tho sell jr,oodn and bell tnem oiieaper uiiiu m tho trade. Write or cull on mo at question must to e ' icli i.L- - mill all win) refuse ever beforu. ... i..i...n ! Fultou, Ky. Carefully B. K. waves & oo, ttiiiV to J them. Supply your wants ut 11 ick in an's Greatest Store. Everything 0Mllt'l. narrated by Johii Oliver, of Philadelphia, as follows i "I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yullow. eyes sunken, tongue coated, p.uu continually in back and sides, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Thou I was advised to um Electric Bitters; to my great joy, the first liottlu mado a decided improvement. continued their use for three weeks, and urn now a well man. 1 know they robbed tho grave of another victim." No one should fall to try thoin. Only 60c, guaranteed. At all drug stores. A Is 1 startling incident Hobbeil the (Jnne. CowgUL and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, & Cow . . A . . l AFRESH i OYSTERSJLta 1 and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY Fresh Oysters served iu auy style, uud at all hours. Coino Seo Us I Tolephono 99. . Druggists IIKAIKJU.VUTKKS FOB New City Bakery. W. R. WEBSTER, DEALER IN Nolifc. going at cost. !. llll J TDK, III 1,11 Suits go at Cost at Ihielianan's. Mill in; . kimi ikv mi " SOUS AOKNT FOK Tini uiiiskiis. ! y lO-li- A7il NOTICE! . LANDER SALE. f vroiiiT I mil, "STANDARD" Llncolu County. I'eubody Oluh. . UNION (JIL'Y, TENN. SPECIAL OFFER $.00, - ?: .:! I t PRESC1UPTJ0NS -Compounded. I I im vHy. I itro eunbled to sell, and hereby offer you, four full qaurtB of "IIOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double DiHtilled, RYR WHISKEY, for EXPRESS PREPAID. I propose to ship on approval, in plain Hoses, wiih no marks to indicate uonteiitfl. When you receive it and teat it, if it la not BatiBfao-lorreturn it nt my expense and I will refund you $3.00. Tula ta a moit Hberul offer, aud I nwait your orden, Youri very truly. Dkak Sir: I H T li-if"- " J W ..ifr-Ates- " THE HUNT'S LESSONS. Dr. Talmage Preaches Upon Subject of the Chase. rh the 3dii'l nil n Itcfrcslitnciit Ornitli- - Set rorlli HcfiiRP In Cod's Woril for Those Punned liy Trial.. (Copyright, Louis Klopsch, 1PJ9.) The Gospel as a grent refreshment is liere set forth by Dr. Talmage under a figure whii.li will be found particularly graphic by those who have gone out as hunters to find game in the mountains. Text, Psalm 42:1, "As the hart panteth after the water brooks." David, who must sonic time liavesccn a deer hunt, points us here to n hunted Mag making for the water. The fascinating animal, called In my text the hart, is the same uulmal that in sacred and profane literature is called the stag, the roebuck, the hind, the gazelle, the reindeer. In central Syria in llible times there were whole pasture fields of them, as Solomon suggests when he says: "1 charge you by the hinds of the field." Theirnntlers jutted from the long grnss as they lay dow n. No hunter who has been long iu "John Hrown's tract" will wonder thnt in the llible they were classed among clean animals, for the dews, the showers, the lakes, washed them as clean as the sky. When Isaac, the patriarch, longed for venison, Esau shot and brought homen roebuck. Isaiah compares the sprlghtllucis of the restored cripple of millennial times to the long and quick jump of the stag, saying: "The lame shall leap as the hart." Solomon expressed his disgust at n hunter who, having shot a deer, is too lazy to cook it, say Ing: "The sloth-fil- l man roasteth uot that which he took in hunting." Hut one day David, while far from the home from which he had been .5 to Si. R I i 4' I nrd sitting near the mouth of a lonely cr.ve where he hail lodged and on the hanks of a pond or riv er. hears a pack of hounds In bwlft pursuit. Ilecauscof the previous silence of .the forest the clangor startles him, and he says to himself: "I wonder what those dogs are after?" Then there is a crackling in the brushwood ard the loud breathing of some rushing w.onder of the woods, and the antlers of a deer rend tho leaves of the thicket, and by an which all hunters recognize it jilunges into a pond or lake or river to tool its thirst, and at the same time, by its capacity for sw liter and longer swimming, to. get away from the foaming harriers. David says to himself: "Aha! That is myself! Saul nftcr me, Absalom nftcr me, enemies without number after me. I am chased, their bloody muzzles at my heels, barking at my good name, barking after my body, barking after my soul. Oh, the hounds, the hounds! P.ut look there!" says David. "That hunted deer has splashed into the water. It puts its hot lips mid nostrils into the cool wave that washes the lathered flanks, nnd it swims away from the fiery canines,, and it is free at last. Oh, that might And in the deep, wide lake of God's mercy and consolation escape from my pursuers! Oh, for the waters of life nnd rescue I As the hart pnntcth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after Thee. O God!" Some of j on have just come from the Adlroudacks, aud the breatli of the balsam and spruce aud pine is still on you. The Adirondack are now populous with hunters, and the deer arc being blaln.by the score. Once while there talking with a hunter I thought I would like to see whether my text was accurate in its allusion, and as I heard, the dogs baying a little way off and supposed they were on the tracks of a deer, I said to the hunter in rough corduroy: "Do the deer always make for the water when they arc pursued?" He laid: "Oh, yes, mister. You see, they arc a hot and thirsty animal, and they know where the water is, and when they hear danger in the distance they lift their antlers nnd snuff the breeze and start for liacquct or Loon or and we get into our cedar shell boat or stand by the runway with rifle loaded ready to blaze away." My friends, that is one reason why I ter." Hut many of you have turned your like the Bible so much. Its allusions arc so true to nature. Its partridges arc real back on that supply and confront your partridges, its ostriches real ostriches trouble, and you are soured with your and its reindeer real reindeer. I do not circumstances, nnd you are lighting wonder that this nntlered glory of the society, and you are fighting a pursutext makes the hunter's eye sparkle and ing world, nnd troubles, instead of driving you into the cool lake of heavhis check glow and his respiration quicken, to say nothing of its useful- enly comfort, have made you stop and ness, although it is the most useful of turn round and lower your head, nnd all game, its ilesh delicious, Its skin it is simply nntler ngnlnst tooth. I do turned into human wearing apparel, its not blame you. Probably under the sinews fashioned into bow strings, its same circumstances I would have done antlers putting handles on cutlery and worse. Hut you nre all wrong. You the shavings of its horns used as a re- need to do us the reindeer docs in Febstorative, its name taken from the hart ruary anil March it sheds its horns. and called hartshorn, lly putting aside The Rabbinical writers allude to this Its usefulness tins encuautlng crea- resignation of antlers by the stag when ture seems made out of gracefulness they say of a man who ventures his and elasticity. What an eye, with a money in risky enterprises he hns hung liquid brightness as if gathered up from It on the stag's horns, and a proverb in a hundred lakes at sunset! The horns the far cast tells a man who has foolisha coronal branching into every possible ly lost his fortune to go and And where the deer shed his horns. My brother, curve, nnd, after it seems done, ascendquit the antagonism of your circuming into other projections of exquisite-ncsa tree of polished bone, uplifted stances, quit misanthropy, quit complaint, quit pi teldng Into your pursuers. in pride or swung down for atvful combat! It is velocity embodied, timidity He as wise as next spring will be the impersonated, the. enchantment of the deer of tho Adirondacks. Shed your woods, eye lustrous in life nnd pathetic horns. in death, the splendid animal a complete Hut very many of you who urc rhythm of muscle- and bone and color w ronged of tho world nnd if In any asmid attitude and locomotion, whether sembly between the Atlantic nnd Pacouched in the grass among the shadcific oceans It vcre asked thnt ull who ows of a living bolt shot through the had been badly trcnted should raise forest or turning at bay to attack the boHi their hands, and full response hounds or rearing for its last fall under should be made, there would be twice the buckshot of the trapper. ns many hands lifted ns persons present I say many of you would declure: It Is n splendid appearance, that the painter's pencil falls to sketch and only "We have always done the best we u hutitcr'sdreamonaplllowof hcrnlock could and tried to be useful, and why at the foot of St. Kegis is able to picture. we become the vic'itns of mullgnment When 20 milcb from uny settlement, it or invalidism or mUiinp Is Inscrutable." comes down nt eventide to the lake's Why. do you Know that th- - flucr a deer edge to drink among the Illypo', and mud ! a ore eleg'int its proportions 1 nhf-tidSar-nun- drien, c, with its iliarp edged hoof, shatters the crystal of Long lake, it Is very picturesque. Hut only when, after rslles of pursuit, with hearing sides and lolling tongue and eyes sw miming In death, the stag leaps from thi'ollirlnto Upper emi you realize how much David had suffered from his troubles and how much In wanted God when he expressed himself in the word: "As a hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after Thee, O God." Well, uow, let nil those who haveoom-in- g after them the lean hounds of pov erty or the black hounds of persecution or the tpottcd hounds of vielssttude. or the pale hounds of death or who are In any wise pursued run to the wide.dcep, glorious lake of Divine solnec and rescue. The most of the men and women hnppcu to know nt diiTcrent whom times, if not now, have had troubles after them, sharp muzzled troubles, swift 'roubles, nil devouring troubles. .Many of you have mndo the mistake of trying to fight them. Somebody meanly attacked you, and you attacked them. They depreciated you, nnd you depreciated them, or they overreached you in a bargain, nnd you tried, in Wall street parlance, to get a corner on ther.i. Or you have had n bereavement, and, instead of being Hibmlssiv c, you nre lighting that bereavement. Vou charge on the doctors who have failed to effect u cure. t)r j on ciiarge on tJic carelessness of the railroad company through which the railroad accident occurred. Or vou arc a chronic invalid, and you fret nnd worry nnd scold nnd wonder why you cannot be well like ether people, nnd ou angrily charge on the neuralgia or the laryngitis or the ague or the tick headache. The fact is you arc a deer at bay. Instead of running to the waters of Divine consolation and sinking your thirst nnd cooling your body and soul In the gootl cheer of the Gospel aud swimming uwny into the mighty deeps of God's love, you are lighting a whole kennel of harriers. ago I saw in the AdlrouSome ti dacks a dog lying across the road, and he scencd unable to get up, and I said to some hunters: "What is the mutter with (hat dog?" They answered: "A deer hurt him," nnd I saw he had n hwollen paw nnd n battered head, showing where the nntlers struck him. And the prnbjbillty is thnt some of you might give n mighty clip to jour pursuers. You might damage their. business, you might worry them Into ill lirnlth. you might hurt them ns much nsthcy hurt j on; but, after nil, it is not You only have hurt n worth while. hound. Hctter Le off for the Upper Sarnnac, into which the mountains of G oil's eternal strei.rth look down und moor their shadow. . As for your physical disorders, the worst strychnine you can take is fret fulness, and the best medicine Is religion. I know people, who were only n little disordered, yet have fretted themselves into complete valetudinarianism, while others put their trust in God and came up from the very shadow of death and have lived comfortably 25 years with only one lung. A mnn with one lung, but God with him, is better on than n godless man with two lungs. Some of you have been for a long time Milling around Cape Tear when you ought to linvc been sailing nround Cape Good Hope. Do . The deer not turn back, but go vyill accomplish more with its swift feet than with its horns. There arc wholeriialnsrof lakes in the Adlrondneks, and from one height you can see 30 lakes, and there nre said to be So over S00 in the great wilderness. near nte they to each other that your mountain guide picks up nnd carries the boat from lake to lake, the ?innll distance between them for that reason called a "carry." And the realm of God's word is one long chain of bright, refreshing lakef, each promise a lake, a very shefi? carry between them, nnd, though for nges the pursued have been drinking out of them, they nre full up to the top of the green bank?, ami the same David describes them, nnd they seem so near together that in three different places he speaks of them as n continuous river, suying: "There Is a river the urcnms whereof shall make glad the city of God;" "Thou shnit mnkc them drink of the rivers of Thy pleasures;" "Thou greatly enrichest It with the river of God, which is full of wa Sur-nn1 nc s, - has not been made bv con-ii- h but by diplomacy. Tho pre ideut has made u treaty, or agreement, or b.irgain, wlllt the "sultnti" of these islands. He has pledged the American people to pay to thin magnate an minimi tribute to keep him quiet, nnd iu of h! acknowledgment of the ".sovereignty" of the United u Siutch. This Is cheap enough, in with the cost of Mr. McKinloyV policy iu respect toAgulnnldoiu Luoii. Onward I'll hie. Ue might buy up and pcnilon the local I I.i'.u'a Jrl; wav o forded o'er, 1"gh of nil the Inlands In the China I All but at rust. on shore, u at far less expense than the counSay, wouid you i'.uhkc or.ee more, try is put to for the maintenance of Wttn homo o nigh? titih' authority on a few square miles It vnil mlwlil nj.iil.1 .'4,1 ..nw Itrtmct- - vour wav. r ' .iout .Manila by the force of arinn. Hut the tateainaiihip of President Warder through stormy vvtldi, faint and. astray? McKlnlry do not top with the pay- gloomy watches Red; NIaht' eiit of tribute to tbhtvcllow monarch; ag, alt beamtrK red: n include the guarantee of certain pe- y Ilo;i .mile around us (bed, I.cavocw&rd, awayl iwimr ui&iituiiuiiK ot mat country tor Yes. for some people In this world 'Ulh the "sultan" has great affection. & let up. They are pur H there nm) kiin out tho Mobumcdaii sueu from youth to manhood nnd froct ' net of polygamy, with which Mr. Me-Very dlstia miinh. oil ur.to old age. nicy Iiiih pledged the United .State guished nre Lord Stnfford's hounds and i t to interfere; this Is merely a mat- the earl of Ysrborough's hounds and' C' r of morals or sociology. Hut the the duke of Kulland t hounds, but nl Ni''tion of slavery Is another story. of them put together do not equal. The thirteenth amendment to the number or spend or power to ntitutlui of tho United Statcx do- down, the great kennel of hoiux sW" firc.s as follow: "Xeithor Mnvory which bin tinil trouble are owner in involuntary rvrvituile, except master. Tu' itiiuth.iiciii for crime whereof the Hut what Is a relief for nil thcs pup ), rt, 1ml I have been duly convicted, sued of trouble and annoy anceut.d pom shall t'Mnl within the United State, or and bereavement? My tot gius it to in any place Htibjeot to their JurlMlle'-tlon.- " you in a wortl of three letters, but cJuh wn proThis amendment letter in n chariot if you would triumph, claimed us a part of tho organic law of or a throne If you want to be crowned, the republic, December la, lsdJ. McKinlcy cannot plead Ifiiornnc or a lake if you would slake your thiraj. yea, n chain of three lakes the af the law. Hvcry child In our public one for whom David longed and theoi.o schools known it by heiirt, and known whom David found. You might n welt thnt wherever tho jurisdiction of tho meet a stag which, after its elxtli mllu' United States extend no man or womof running at the topmost tpeid an or child can bo held In servitude. through thicket and gorge and with the Mr. McKinlcy luu catnhllHhcd, by the breath of thv dogs on Its heel, has payment of tribute to the yellow pocome in full sight of Schroon lake and tentate of the Sulu archipelago, tho Mix- try to cool its projecting and bliktered en ignty of tho United State oior thoto tongue with a drop of dew from a blade IMundh. Hy the terms f the countl-tnlioof grass as to attempt to satisfy an imunder which the piealdcut hold mortal toul, when flying from trouble his olllcc umT cxerciKcs hi authority, and sin, with anything less deep nnd the establishment of that sovereignly high and broad nnd intni'msc and Infin frees every human being hold in bondite and eternal than God. His comfort age on those islands. Mr. .McKinlcy why, It embosoms all distress. His litis no right to say thnt slavery shall arm It wrenches off all bondage. His continue. Whatever he may can His count no more than the word of tho hand it wipes away all tear. atonement it makes us all linst of hU fellow ilticnt. The peoright with the past, and all right with ple of the United States have fired the future, and all right with God, all every slave iu Sulu. It Is decreed by right with man, nnd nil right forever. , the organic law of the laud. Oh, when some of you get tuerc It Hut what has been done by this "wise will be like what the hunter tells of aud patriotic administration," as tho when he was pushing ids canoe far up sycophantic republican state convennorth In the winter aud amid the lee tion styles tho syndillues, and u hundred miles, ns he cate nl Washington? A treaty has thought, from any other human being. been made with the "sultan" of this He was startled one day as he heard hlnvcholdlng territory whereby "all n stepping on the lee, and he cocked slovos have the right of buying their his rifle, ready to meet anything that freedom nt u price to bu fixed by discame near. He found a man, barefoot- interested parties or another may buy ed nnd insane from long exposure, ap a slaves (leodoui lor aim. hucli, at proaching him. Taking him into his least, Is the statement made regarding canoe nnd kindling fires to warm him, the treaty with the "sultan" of Sulu he restored him, found out where he effected by Gen. Hates und heisildoil had lived and took him to his home and as a great diplomatic triumph by the found ull tho village In grent excite- orgniiM of the administration. If Presment. A hundred men were searching ident McKinlcy has not consented to for this lost man, and his family and this fiagrar.t violation of the constitufriends rushed out to meet him, nnd, tion of th! United States ho cannot too ns hud been agreed at his first appear- speedily sbsolie himself by giving pubance, bells were rung, nnd guns were licity to the terms of the treaty by discharged, and banquets spread and which he has established the soverthe rescuer loaded with presents. Well, eignty of the United States over Sulu. when some of you step out of this wil- There Is every reusou to believe that derness, where you have been chilled Hie situation is us stated. and torn nnd sometimes lost nmid the Slavery has existed in Sulu from time Icebergs, Into the warm greetings of immemorial. The slaves arc captives all the villages of tho glorified, and of war, poor debtors and the children your friends rush out to give yon wel of such unfortunates born while their coming kiss, the news that there is an- paents are iu a condition of servitude. other soul forever saved will call the K;eryone of these slaves Is free caterers of Heaven to spread the ban ruder the constitution of the United quct nnd the bellmen to lay hold of the States. Hy what usurpation of authorrope in the tower, nnd while chuilces ity has President McKinlcy dared to click nt the feast and the bells clang allow- the "sultan" of Sulu to retain from the turrets it will he seen so up- these human beings In Involuntry servilifting I pray God 1 mny be there to tude? The theory of those who sustain tho take part in the celestial mcrt'.msnt. And now do you not think the prayer policy of the administration in the PhilIn Solomon's Song where he compared ippines 1.1 that the declaration of indeChrist to n reindeer in the night would pendence is outgrown; Hint it is no make an exquisitely appropriate per- longer true thnt all men have equal pooration to my sermon: "Until the'dny litical rights; that Just government does not rest upon tho consent hrruk nnd the shadows flee nvvay bo thou Kki- n roc or n young hnrt upon jf the governed; that representation iced not nccoinpnny taxation. Dut the the mountains of IJethcr?" Jeclnrntlon of independence and the A stenmc trunk has been patented, jotiHtitutlon of the united States nre which, being air tight, may be at- two different documents. The rfeclnra-Jotached to the wnlvt belt in an emermay be outgrown, as the republic gency nnd uicd as a life prcierTe?. t eim-purisc-M-r- and tie more bcautifnl Us bearing tit ipnre anxious the hunters and toe hounds nre to enpture it V Had tho ro buck ii ragged fur and broken hoof nnd un obliterated eye and a limping gnlt the hunters would have sold: "Pshnw! Don't let us waste our ammunition on a sick deer." Aud the hounds would have given a ft ,v sniffs of the track and then darted off In nn. other direction for better game, But when they seen dec ith antlers HfUd in mighty challenge to earth and skv. and the sleek hide looks hb If it had been smoothed by Invisible hands, nnd the fat sides Inclose the richest pasture thnt could be nibbled from the bank of rills so slenr they seem to hate dropped out of Heaven, and the stamp of Its foot defies the Jnck shooting lantern nnd the rltle, the horn nnd the hound, thnt deer they wlfl have if they must needs break their necks In the rapids. So If there were no noble stun in ,our make up, if you were a bifurcated nothing. If you were a forlorn failure, vou would lie allowed to go undisturbed, but the fact that the whole pack Is in full cry nftcr you is proof positive that you are splendid gnmo aud worth capturing. Therefore snrcnsm draws on you its "finest bend;" therefore the world goes gin t Ing for you with Its best Winchester breechloader. Highest compliment Is It to your talent or your virtue or your usefulness. You will be assailed In proportion to your great achievements. The best nnd the mightiest the world ever saw had set after Him nil the hounds, tcrrcstrinl and diabolic, and they lapped His blood after the Cnlvnrenn massacre. The world paid Housing to its lccilccmer but n bramble, four spikes nnd n cross. Many who have done their best to make tho world better have had rucIi a rough time of It that nil their pleasure Is In anticipation of the next world, nnd the." would. If they could, express their own feelings in the words of the oaroncfs of Nairn, at the close of her long life, when nuked If she would like to livelier life over agniu: Would you lo young again T . So would rot I. One tear of memory given 4 He-in- DEFIES THE CONSTITUTION. McKlnley's Violation of AiiU'tlcun Prliiclnli'n In (he sulu AiTnlr, g adulation of Pres-d- i the Massaoluuettn convention one of lit their platform for ecstatic admiration of that public functionary Is "the tact, the patience, the skill und the HtutcMiinnllkc spirit with which the president has ap proached the perplexing problems nrls-Irfrom the war." Without discussing the spirit iu which Mr. McKinlcy ha8"tipproaclied" these problems, which H altogether u matter of opinion, we may be permitted to regard the mini-ic- r in which he I as solved them, which is lmply n matter of fact. The only one of the "problems nrls-irfrom tho war" which President McKinlcy has tint only "approached" but actually solved U that of the establishment of the United Stntos sovereignty over the Sillu nrchlpehigo, lying to the (Utliward of the Philippines proper, which wiis included In the purchase for w hieli we paid ??u,000,l)00 to Spain, We have no possible use for these islands, uf coiiie; they must always be un ox-use and a nuisance, but Mr. McKlnlc.v uslsted UK)ii having them, und he bus , it them, ami he hits actually stab-- I shed sovereignty over them. It is the (iio completed act of his administration iu the adjustment of the now re-- I itious of the United Stntos iirlslng ut of the war. It Is the crown of his "tact, patience, skill anil statesman-(.hip.- " In the perfunctory nt McKinlcy by republicans in stntc the causes alleged g g x f Mr. McKinlcy tell u, an supporter but the constitution is the law of the land, to whloh tho president must bow as well in the humblest citizen. Aud the coiiHtituthn declares that there shall lie no sluv cry or involuntary servitude within cither the United States or "any place eubject to their jurisdiction." Mr. McKinlcy linn, by litis "wise-- , statesmanlike' nnd pntiiotlc" ooudiict, established the, jurisdiction of the United States over the Sulu Island. In doing this ho seems to have reestablished shivery within the Jurisdiction of this republic. On the face of it, here surely Is u case for the house of representatives to make n presentation to tho Bcnnte of the United States. llonton Post. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. North Carolina Is to have tu ingrain nrpot mill. Virginia's net revenue from the fish and oyster Industries for the year ended March 31 last was $34,247, There nre 83 silk plants In Pcnnsyi-rnnaud the output of silk ribbon lu the state has beeu double)) Iu three years. Iu Massachusetts more money Is Invested iu cotton mills than lit tiny other manufacturing Industry, but the milk-u- g of boots and hhoes yields the most valuable product. A I'yanlde leaching vat mndo of wood which had been In use for year was recently tested as lo the pcrcVutngc of vutyes absorbed, A hole was bored inch deep lu the bottom, and the shavings therefrom assayed $13 per ton. Thus, says the Mining and Scientific Press, the absorption by wooden tanks Is shown not to be as great us has been claimed Tho American coal exhibit at the Purls exposition will be very complete. It will consist hugely of small cubes af about four pounds' weight. Views of various collieries, shipping nrrango-- . incuts, etc., will nlso bo shown, A model jf the Now York state prison nt Sing Slug will bo one of the exhibits of the state of New York. The model Itself will bo made of alabaster and Is the work of tho Inmates. Science meets occasionally with humorous rcbutr. Prof. Helen Campbell, who until a year ago occupied the chnlr of domestic economics In the Kansas university, lectured one evening before n literary soeiely iu an town. At the cud of the nddrews one of tho committee, a tall, gaunt woman, was laid aloud: "Weill thought going to learn something, but it was tut a lot of ordinary housekeeping mixed up with long words nobody could one-ha- lf 1 1 b. PASS THE PORK AROUND. VVnll Mirer! "llnntl Out" from tincramrnl Pantry. - lillnnthroilta Urt Qm- - n "We mny be overdoing this tiling," says Hon. William McKinlcy, referring to the booming pruspcr'ty thnt Is being enjoyed by the trr.st promoter, the stock gamblers und th i money sharks "Lri us t i.r a half hitch ua our cntluuluMu lest we go to smash thereby endangering my protpects for a sceond term." Theo nre not his words, but the sentiment is preex-n- et served. And It Is evident that tho understrappers who have been steering the ship of state while the regular crew have been o' the United State over the Snlu The establishment of tho sovereignty s 1. ?'! Pri-hie- n Chr-lstl- Hannn-MoKlnlc- y to-da- y - to-da- y - n Hollef In the Divine principle that thr hungry shall bo fed has ltd the sisters of charity lu a certain Chicago hospital to sigrejrntc one portion of their building to the- reception and comfort ot pen- lilies. wanderers. While this section of tho hospital outwuidly resembles n prison, it Is comfortably furiiWhrd.nnd those who enter Its ortals find hope and t Hcouraxcuittiit to continue the battle of life. Tor y ears the sisters wore auHoyotl by the depredations committed mjmmi their promises by Indigent characters, Itwns this und their doslrc not to turn tl'i hungry nwny that Induced them to pupa re their haven for the foodie. They summoned a esirponter und informed him what hey required. Ills ingenuity solved the1 problem, aud after n few days' work t lie dining-roofor the penniless was completed. Tho eiitruuco is nt tho northern iml of tho basement. It is found usually by some mysterious sign which the lust applicant has left behind. Tho hungry supplicant raps at the grated door, anil is surprised tu see It slide Imck as If iu response to his mnglc touch. He hoars n voice bid hltii"Comu In." Somewhat awed by his quiet reception, he enters the- corridor, and turns tu Ids right. HuTf a doen step carry him to tnot her grated door, w hich d opens into n dimly llghti d room. by the Jet of light, he shuiU's In hm forward and seats hlnisi-ltable, the chair at u clean. door of the room swli gins; to ami snaji-plu- g behind him. He Is a prisoner for the time being, but a kindly voice of a sweet-facesister dispels the queer feeling which enme over him when he observed tho resemblance of his quarters to n prison. A lift diops nt the side fin. an upper floor, and the sister, who appears to tic ministering to his wants with mechanical tissl.stuiico, ndv Ises htm to help himself. Ho inspects the dishes as ho transfers them to the tabic, and finds that Chicago Chronicle. ho lias an excellent inenl before htm Peeling like it lord, he sits down and e POINTS AND OPINIONS. of tho tempting food. The future It is not so strange that William looks more roseate as he finishes and McKinlcy should have thrown civil serv-le- arises torcplnco the empty dishes In the over for Mark Hannn. Hiiunu hai lift. Ho hears the door open again, Jud pnsses out. lowly muttering his thur.ks done Infinitely more for McKinlcy.-ChicagIn nn audible tone to his unseen beneDemocrat. It is a good democratic doctrine factor as he returns to the sunlight. to stand up for the right and resist Chicago Chronicle. wrong. And no exception will be made Amrrlenn lllmiinnn'a. in favor of chartered robbery. St. Occasionally small diamonds hare Louis been found among the ridges of gravel Secretary Hoot Is now spoken ol brought down from the north in tho as n running mate for McKinlcy In age of the glaciers and scattered over 1900. As n former trust attorney he the states bordering on the grent lakes. would bo a fit candidate if the republicProf. Hohbs, of the University of ans are going to put n plank In their thinks thnt these diamonds platform denouncing trusta nnd apolo- came from some place lu Canada, ,vnd gizing for them nt the some time that by tracing back the linos of adTimes. vance of the glaciers the original locaThere seems to be no shame in tion of the gems mny be discovered. Mr.Hnnna, the dictator. In his speeches An elfort to carry out Prof. Ilobbs' sughe boast that his party has ennctod gestion Is to be mnde, and Prof. H. L. Invvs against trusts. He tnkes care, Kalrchild, of the University of Hochcs-ter- ; however, not to tell thnt he himself has Prof. I. C. Kussell, of the Univerused his influence, nnd prevented the sity of Michigan; Prof. .1. P. hidings, enforcement of these laws. Canton of the University of Chicago, and Prof. (O.) O. C. Forrlngton, of the I'iohl ColumThe Ohio state republican cam- bian museum, will cooperate by exampaign committee is bending bogging ining, without chnrge, suspected gems letters all over the United States, asking found by persons living neur the glafnrcoutrlbutlons to mivo the president's cial moraines. Youth's Companion. own state from being lost thla fnll. This shown what confidence the repubThe Mnlnrlnl Mosquito. licans have In the popularity of the presNature states that Maj. lloiiald Hots, ident's party. Uticn (X. Y.) Observer. the" leader of the expedition to Sierra The nature of President McKin- 7.WV?" x'liunil that iu India the malaria lcy is to have no principles and to urge parasite is borne by the spotted-wingeno measures that urc antagonistic to mosquitoes nnd uot by the common anybody. And this Is his polioy, too. brindled or gray mosquitoes, i nd his Such In the way in which he has treated recent cable message aiiunuiievd that thu money question and mich in the malaria on the west count of Africa mnnncr Iu which he has endeavored to Ik produced under the same conditions deal with the Filipino insurgent. The nt lu num. more Is evidence that the species only breeds In bnrlo principle of hucIi policy la to bo mnlnrlu-hcarlunmlnble nnd not offend anybody. Even small Isolated collections of water s'hlch cnu be easily dissipated, but the in war don't shoot to expedition has not yet had time to Oregonlan. verify this uolut. Chicago Tribuu. - eating expensive dinners and talking about the old ting have received Instructions to make nil snug aloft In cate there should bo n stiff brcc7o. The us.staut Bccrctury of the treasury, Mr. Vni.dcr-lip- , Is keeping an eye to windward, nt any rate. Money Is tight Iu Wall street. The gentlemen who shear lambs, the philanthropists who rljr t he market, thr financiers who come to the rescue of the guvcrinuent when n bond issue l In idpht, arc paying comg'rnhty more than the legal rate for money, nnd In their stress and trial they naturally turn for aid to the treasury department which is considered n sort of branch of tlcoof thcXovv York establishment, Mr. Yanderllp, noting undoubtedly ujon "vhr orders of his absent chief, Is quick tc rcsjtoud. lie announces that the Unit nl States jrnvt rnmoitt will prepay tLc In trrcst on all its IkiikU for the rest of trie fiscal year a period of eight months. The stock gambler muat have euay money at the expense of the tax'tuyVM. It Is true that on a large port of tV nntirijKitcd payments the irnvcrniue.it will onot n discount at the rate of of one per ceut. per mouth, but the difference between this discount and the current money rate In Wall street will go to the distressed financier. Upon f A.OOn.OOO of tho w hole to be jwld out no discount ut all will ls exacted. Tho government will give the use of the money gratis to the worthy prou who amuse themselves by "skintilcg ihc Hubei"ai they Kwtlclly express It. It la a thank oArriiir of our noble executive to the jiatriots who gave m foerly of thelradlnsc tissue when Mr. Hiinnn was the frying pan in tin- - fall ol 1HV. If they are Ircited now they may be cqnally responsive when Mr. Hanna takes up his pilgrimage again next year. And of cour it la all right. Stock (rambling is one of our iuot chert-die- d and aristocratic industries. It must he protected aud foatrrcd like other favored Industrie. Hut while our noble executive and Mr. Yanderliparo la this Keneroua frame of mind why shouldn't the federal pensioner, the federal officeholder aud other iTMapective creditors of tho government seize the opportunity toak un ndvane payment? A a matter of fact, why shouldn't we nil have a "whack" at the United State trcnstiry, dividing up tlWuntlKon hnud pro rata and thereby Insuring general prosperity and u high eld time throughout tho length and breadth of the land mi long n tho money IhhIs? A.qI us make this thing general. It l not fair that the Wall street should mutiupolie the pork. one-fift- h O li-ll- evo understand!" HUNGRY SUPPLICANTS FED. A (MilcNUu .VI rlli ml of llilliilIIImill Utinrlt). lis Dlnunlar kl nur i I W - jr Hln-rall- nolst-Icshl- y, - Kens-suro- f Iron-toppe- d d phllan-thioplst- s e o Post-Dispatc- Wis-cousi- n, Huf-fal- o News-Democra- t. d g klll.-I'ortli- vnd .e, Af' ' " m I .A iUKJ&y h.. -nv (.- - WKt .. i. li "' i. TO HA A NCI A L SUCCESS. It I'll U i' a C'lost- - Calcilltttiriu unit Syl tcmntlu Work In Arlilttc II nt I In- - I'rmciM Tltiiv. takcH close calculating these days to bring flimuelal siicccbs, and aiiyouu will have made a longntcp toward isN lu0-when he shall have adopted some stylcofbookkceplug,aud the more thorEXCELLENT COW STALL. ough the better, And why? Jleeaune frltil of II llim 'llinl It our Judgment will no often be at fault, while If wo have the facts and figured llors .Mil rli Timnril KTi(jjs . we ennnot very eaully be misled. Take tlir Atithiiil for Jnstnnee u herd of dairy cows. The cut fcliowH n number of feature There Is not In nil probability any two Hint ko to imiku up nu excellent cow that will test the name. The best cow stall sloping pni'tltliiiiH to keep the lu the herd to our notion may be kept liny lu the crib tiiul sloping partition nt a Iom. Yet we will continue to think between eiieh cow, u ehnln blteh tlint I she Is the best unless we apply the test. attnehctl to both sides of the stiilf, I'p to date farming demands that we the cow freedom of mowniciit, but keep a strict account not only with the not too mueh freedom, and, lastly, n herd as a wbolc, but with each individnilst-i- l piece of plnnk that the eow steps ual cow. So that there may be a over In order to cat, but mutt step back constant wccdlng-ou- t process of all Inserosa when desirous of lylnjj down. ferior milkers and Just as constant Trial of thin plan shows that It does grading up with superior cow. iiiueh toward keeping the town clean, The sniue will hold .good in the rfwlne ns It brings them back to the manure herd. There are some sows that lire cutter when lying down. Go the rounds mueh better than others. This Is to be sue-ciKH C'li-niih-n- K HAT WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL The Owner Tried tn Economise, Bat Her Efforts Met With Fearful Itestilln. This is a plnin, unvarnished itory of r. lady who trimmed her own hat. Slit wu endeavoring to economize and con. rel veil the brilliant lea that hy purchas ing the triuimiiius nnd the frame tlio could (instruct a hat thnt would be quite as hide-3ias the ordinary or extraordinary millinery creation and at much I cm cost. So he made a dozen or more trips downtown and finally had gathered together a trunk full of bits of rlhhon, steel buckles, gauze, (lowers, birds, fiber chamois, bolts, nvcts, barbed wire, varnish, bicycle cement, iron, lUicrusta walton and all the linaular ingredients of a woman's hat, together with a fearful and wonderful frame that looked much like n wiro waste basket lifter a tus of war with n lcim rniin. Then the haunted tho disnlny windows and cliitiiKul her mind something like a thousand tunes ngarding the manner in whicli the would trim that hat. She sewed on and ripped of! the birdc so often that they looked mueh bedraggled and were, Indeed, very birds, hut the finally succeeded in awembiing the hat and then, at she was going on u vinit to her mother and sisters, who lived in a small city, she wore the magnificent creation, calculating that they would go into convulsions over her hat. And they did. After they had kissed her several times and anurcd her of their undj ing love her mother, who is n wine woman, .villi a keen svnne of the proprieties, bade the elder of the unmarried smtcrs ribg for the carnage. "I sin so glad to see my dear daughter," she said, "that I mut buy her soiiicthiiiiC. Xow, you drive down to the millinery store and buy her the prettiest hat there before any of her friends see her," And after the economical daughter had departed for the milliner' store the remaining members of tiie family fell upon tho floor and screamed with laughter, for they knew a good thing when they saw it. even if they did live lu a jay town. Chicago Chronicle. it It A Went Indian llurrlcnne Recently travelled un and down the coast at w- "JiT,1,?11 "Icu-ntlonand acted in an manner from any other !l!??n"lF?!,f.U,lle.,,,'"Vf-',,l,c- t in ti'CMine way. to yield to tieatmcnt which has cured sininar cases. Then ilostetter's htonincli Hitlers should he taken. It will affect o cure speedily and naturally. It has mired stomach troubles for half a century. Xry it. GAVE little thought to my health," writes Mes. Wm. V. Hell, 230 N. Walnut St., Canton, O., tc Mrs. Pink-ha"until I found myself unable to attend to my household duties. I had had my dr.j of not feeling- well and my monthly Buffering, and a good deal of backache, but 1 thought all women had these I m, - u "Is jour town growing!" aked the 1'iusuurKn man oi a lellovvtravcler on the cars. "Well, no: I can't mv )i' omii-tf- . ths reply; "not growing to sneak n'f. hut it is improving in t:lttt light along' "ou mean that the people areassunii ng a higher itrndard? " I do, sir: yes, sir. e now get bananas eycrv day from Cincinnati, and five out of six groceries keep shredded eodfih and limburger cheese. We don't lock for any bu ding boom or influx of strangers, hut wc II hold our pvvn and gradually work up to electric doorWls. and oyiteis in the half suell. Ltica Observer. t'nlelilinr I p, ... LESS WOMEN 'nn of the sick Itonm" the ant dur!nttnn of S vv.inson'i Drops. It has naved the public, in less than five yean, more money than the national debt of this country, when you measure the value of health restored, suffering humanity relieved of its agonies and disIn eases. IMI'llOVKD COW 8TAI.I.. s the Inst thing ut night and rcinntt any ilropplngH that may have fallen upon the platform. This will insure n dry bed during the night. The arrangement of the chain fsntentng In the wuy uggeiitcd In the nearest approach to the stiff stanchion lu rontrolliug the movement of the cattle, while doing auny with the most serious faults of the stanchion, while It In but an work In hook It about an neck and to unhook It. Another plan would be to Irntcn neck chain about the nnlmnl'ii neck, with a snap at the under part to attach to the urnutwUc chain when the animal brought Into the Mall. The neck chain then sencs a good pnrwi- when leading the mock out to witter or when moving the animals nlxiut for other purposes. .V. Y, Tribuiif. Home. (mis-slble iinl-innl- 's 1 - . CARING FOR CALVES. Tin1)' I'limlnnl ninlr of Clriui, Frr.li U'lilrr Jlurr Tlmn HrNllnif Million. n ,rnl Nrver put corn, Knfltr corn men) or n.v other grain lu the milk for calves. The starch of corn ha to be changed 'to grac sugar before It I digestible. ThU chnnge only take place In the presence of an alkali and Ik done chiefly by I he twilhn of the mouth The corn Is gulped down with the milk, the Ktmih Is ncttil liwin by the acid of the fttomnch, but remain iimhanjted until it romc In eoutaet with eretlou of the intestine. Willi hos the stomach Is Miiall mid the Intcatitse long. ThU allow ntnrrli twitter to be digested In the intestines. The true with the cnlf, the stoui-ar- b being large and the Intestines kliiirt. I'nlew the atnn-hmatter l lugely dineikted by the willvn Of the innutli, complete digestion wtll not take place lu the Intestines, nml theealf scours I'lav need meal mndn Into n Jelly or gruel, Ik good to mlv with shim milk to take the place of butter fat. Oil meal U frequently used for thin purpoc but. like the hVli'n milk, It Ims a large amount of fat removed ami Is not an good a meal with the fat In. Otlvci like fret.li wnter. Any arrangement that will keep clean, fresh wnter before them all the time. In the best w.iy to Kiipply It. Our calve drink from sevrn to eight pounds ilnllj- - per head. 1). II. Oils. In AgrleullnmUCpltomlst. t'l "1 11 not give my consent. I'm not the man to buy a pig in a poke or decide a cane ufttr hearing but one aide of it. 1 don't believe he wa ever a soldier or ever saw a battle in hit life. I don't care so much for that, but It'i the false pretenses. I'm a veteran and I know a soldier when I tee him. I'll give him marching orders the, next time he calls." "Hut, papa, tee bow straight he walks and what a trim figure he has. And hebas told me about lots of battles." "lob! There haven't been lots of battles since has wan big enough to fight. I tell you that he's a faUe alarm. I'll trap him yet. I'll bet a house and lot that he can't go through the manual of aruu." "Hat he can. lie took a cane and showed me tlm whole thing. It was jutt grand." "What nt creation do you know about it? You couldn't tell the difference between a 'tight shoulder, shift,' and n 'double quick.' Did he enlist from Detroit?-- " "Xo, Chicago." "O, of course, some big city where it would take time to look bun up. He's a frauit " Fence, "Do listen, papa. He knows all about you (jranu army iivtiiup. inu tavs mm vnt r .1 Nlniplr Prrennlltin Which Wtll flu tin .:t..-- .. stirtut iniAli;n.. men that ever kept tcn to file am! drum. Prinr mi ISffrrllvt- - Tlirek In He liken lean and coffee for cold lunch. Klllirr H'ln.l or l"rol. itr.ii every niRiu ne was litre ne turned tne light out 'at ten just from force of hahiu" Much trouble comes from fences lw "No! And he said that about u vet- Ing blown down or overthrown by eran, hey! Well, I'll have a talk with your mother." Detroit Free Frcss. the frost. A strip of stout wire and I wo rocks arranged on cither side of Wtininn and thp Auloiiiuttllc the fence, as shown, will prove n check It has long been scentificslly deinor-rtrstr- d to either wind or frost. Anchored In that a woman cannot throw a atone straight. It now appears that she hteers an automobilo the way she throws a utone. There are awful possibilities in the near future. A wabbly bike can be dodped bv in athletic sprinter, but a wabbly automobile has a horror oil its own. X. V. Press. determined by their docility, their and their ability to traiiPiult good feeding qualities to their offspring. In sheep the en me rule hold good iih well. I believe the best authority claims we should cuke mutton first In Importance and vvorl secondary. Tc erosi. the common ewes with some good mutton breed Is considered on authority to be the way to obtain 'br desired end. Poultry, too, must be bred up, fed up and figured up. II wi wish to pay the mortgage off this year lly all means get some thoroughbred cockerels nt least. Many think tbnt horses are not In it any more, but thnt Is certainly n mistake. If you hvc a good mnrc nnd breed to a thoroughbred, you will surely get a mortgagi lifter. In all crops. It must be bonis In mind that we must do better this yeai than ever before. H.xcrl must be oui watchword, nnd Ore la no excellence without great lahor. To all this wc must add a careful husbanding of all resources. That Is. we must savt nli we make by taking care to spend wtse-ly- , allowing nothing to go to want or to be foolishly thrown away. And In nil this wc only rrlternte the starting a ispv era tlou of careful calculation. Mixed or diversity fanning Is the best In my opinion, ami gives a better chance to win at nil times because one's "eggt nre not nil in one basket." If one branch falls another will win, nnd tbint tblc over. Ittit In mixed farming one must trent ench and every brunch ns n specialty. A. X. Springer, In Tarm and d n been expended in funeralu, doctors and drug bills, loss of labor, etc. Svvanson's "5 llrops never fail to cure It ha cured and is curing millions of people afflicted with acute and chronic rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, asthma, la gnppe and catarrh of all kinds. It will cure you, Try it. Large-size- d bottle 00, sent on receipt of price, charges prepaid; 2. cent sample bottle sent free, on receipt of 10 cents to pav for mailing. Agents wanted. Swansmi'a ltheu-mati- c I ure Company, 1CI Lake St., Chicago. A Money which other,tie would have things nd did not complain. "1 had doctored for some time, but no medicine seemed to help me, and my physician thought it best for me to go to the hospitul for local treatment. I had read and heard so much of your Vegetable Compound that. I made up my mind to try it. I was troubled with falling of the womb, had sharp pains in ovaries, leucorrhccaand painful menses. I was so weak and dizzy that I would I often have severe fainting spells. took in all several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and used the Sanative Wash, and am now in good health. I wish others to know of the wonderful good it has done me, and have many friends taking it now. Will always give your medicine the highest praise." Mrs. A. Tolle, 1946 Hil ton St., Philadelphia, Pa., writes: SOLDIER KNEW HOW TO WOO. wonderful that one small head can carry all he knows?" " T,,.e ndcr is where he stores all he .thinks he knows." Cleveland Plain "Isn't it l.nck of Cnpncltr. M m m li Dealer. liavlnir Won the Younv Woman' Consent, He MHccrrrtrd with the Veteran Father. "I tell you," jhouted the old gentleman, senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business iu the city of Toledo. County snd State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars fqr each and every cae of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh , Cure, HUXK J. CHENEY, orn to. before me and subscribed in mv I presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. A. W. (SLEASON, Xotary Public. l?fl!l Cutarrh Hull s Cure is taken internally and s jets directly on the blood and mucous mf the vtem. Send for testimonials, fiec F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. r.ol9.by. druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. State or Ohio, Cut or Toledo, t I Lie as Col.ntv, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was very thin and my friends thought I was in conHad continual sumption. headaches, backache and falling of womb, and my eyes were affected. Every one noticed how poorly I looked and I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. One bottle relieved me, and after taking eight bottles am now a m o il healthy woman; have gained it weight 95 pounds to 140 pounds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout." ! i. sur-face- I J0KNM fiMYTHf O eejsp: B STTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT css jssm am bbbb w ws ; - 'MAILORDER. HOUl MAMMOTH1 Let ut then be up and doing, "With a hvart for any fate. Threw away the rag you're chei Either ftJh or cut the bait. Chicago Tribune. Let m)&i lrTv (fSwcsT Vs. cHicA3oy MAOiaoN rrSft) :? In. BLGenuine White House Cook Book i i. ' To.Cfhllfornln vl anchoringthe Every Friday night, st 10:35 p. tn., a throuen Tourist Car for San Francisco. carrying first and second-clas- s iMves the Cuicago, Milwaukee i. St. Paul ! ; "1,,"aJ whuh a n?viici alien, Chicago, via. Oman a. Cnlnmdn Snriturs fini Salt TjiV r City (uth privilege .it Salt Lake ttyj, for all point in Colorado, Utah, m"!'-11"- " "".'"!"'' . . tourist Car berth rate from Chicago ilflrrrancisco is only 80.00, and theasleep- Wt nerttis should be reterved lew n advance of dermrturp of train. n'lugh tickets anil uleepwp. car accom can be secured from anv agent In the cast, or by applying at lie Chicago, JltUaukee &. St. Paul Depot or City Tick et Uffitvs in Chicago, Send for our free illustrated California folders. Address Geo. H. IleafTord, Gena the Midland Itoutt. n.a:rif By Huso Zlemann, Steward of the White House, aad Mrs. F. L. Gillette. This book Is a useful compendium known the lentth and breadth of the land as reap comprising- - valuable booKinr. ioiici ana nousctiota TsbU Htlquette. Car of the Sick. Health 5unMis, Facts ortk Ktrawlng:, etc., etc This work contains over Sixteen Hundred HouschM notnins retaiins; ra practical housekeeping Is omitted. stop-ove- 'fH I I CMfSM Ir'' - Em T .i. & We offer the la ,'.ITr 'MLS r xict. 'F.u ntn x iiim: I . IV -- Authentic Flab, Poultry, (fame. Moats. T Vegetable, CatWhite nouse Cook Book Sauces. Salads,kacaronl. Buttor,- T pickos m at a. price before never heard of as additional oroof Py touod your mail orders to thla house. We moreover expect to enroll thousands of new customers by this remarkable offer. nurrins. SnntM. Fish. Shell virz Cheese, SandwfcLcs, OmeleU, Enn, Bread.Biscult?, Rolls, Muf- scrts.Tce Creams, Ices, Puddlmts, Canned Frults.Jellles. Preserves. uooiccuonorr, woueo, lea, f T J1 ' TurCrffi SSt uv-eraar- s. t T ij. eral Pasensr Ae at, Chicapo, III. ll -- --' JL ... T'Jw.;-- - -- , .r vvHrv r .p) j HOW TO ANCHOIt A FENCE. this way every few rods, the fence will stand ere'it nnd last tunny years longer than when strained and twlstetl by y curly upheavals. In localities where rocks with which to the fence cannot be readily obtained, a somew hat similar result can be obtained by spiking a cross piece to the post nt the surface of the ground, the ends projecting on either side. To these ends the wlrcj are attached, each being drawn tightly. This gives n very stlir fence, and one not easily blown over. N. Y. Tribune. aior Snlil to lie n (Imiri llrrrv. A writer In the New York Tribune praises the l.ngnn berry highly. It Is cnlltd a blackberry, but it In claimed to be n cross between the wild libit kherry and the red Antwerp raspberry, com bining the dcxirahlc (iialltles of both. It originated In California sonic ten yenra ago. The flavor of the fruit Is unique, and unlike that of any other rnrlclv. It Ik very hardy tint! prolific, anil fruit bourn transportation well, The canes are st rung anil of low grow t Si, nml are destitute of thorns, to that bunds and clothing are not torn In pick- orchard and garden. If any kind of garden seed Is sown let it be the best. With care lu selecting varieties tb strawberry season may be prolonged. One advantage with small fruit is. that ing the fruit. It Is an excellent for preserving as for table use, all of which and much moie he takes a column to tell. SiimiuiI for Crier)-- , Those who are giving small patches s of celery their attention will find excellent. The prlc winner of the leading state fair, whose celery was far superior to all others, and who was iH'ccssfiil in winning every year, for a mug ttuii! kept his methods secret, but fur a consideration he made known thnt In addition to the use of manure fertilizers, etc., ns usually practiced, he applied soapsuds to the celery on wash tlays. The same treatment Is also excellent for asparagus. l'tu (or Itie Dairy fnrm. If butter is u specialty on the farm the pigs art! necessary to insure n profit. In tin: summer teuton the feeding of skim milk nnd buttermilk to pigs U the best and cheapest mode of making pork. With a clover patch for the pigs to occupy and a mess of bran and at night, they will grow mpiil-l- y without any other food, if pigs me confined In pens they fhould have the grass cut and thrown Into the pqns, iih they thould have some kind of bulky food mup-sudluit-tennl- lk you plant one year and get fruit the next. a Now Is n good time to sec that gooi surface drainage is provided in the orchard. All small fruits should be planted far enough npart to admit of using tho horse cultivator. Currants may be pruned by shorten-Inthe last season's growth and trimming out the center. Thrifty, growing trees yield the finest looking fruit; old nnd mntuietl trees the richest fruit. Xo variety of pears will ripen so finely on the trees as they will when gathered and ripened in the house. Corn Mixed While most root crops should be har.' ?'( Oats Naawhllo , dS vested now, they should not be stored n....fy,t''N';:!wcs,ern"' 46 away until cooler weather. r,A.7r"'B. lri'iualll t Tl ...:....;, 5 li In the pruning, encourage the growth INDIANAPOLIS. new wood. Jinny trees and vines of S red full becnuse the new wootl is cut off, Corn No. i mlxid ft O.itk .No. 2 mtxed leaving the old. St. Louis Itepublic. 1 g No. UOUh-Wcstcrn.. V 1.yrsaAJLJ i fyvTa i 'jlL'" lAhsVsWssst iTfTn which is listed at lowest wholesale prices great ,jeaj 0f ,,11 t0 ,jrjve a everything to eat wear and use, is furnish ball 100 yards. Oklnhiimn. ; vo I X. 1 ne .Notinni? like the skill re '! "stsssssssssssssssssssWsssssssssssB ca on receipt oj oniy iuv and paniy pay Its wonderful resources and superior postage or expressaee as evidence X nuircd to drive a pie 50 feet. Stray s to are sot forth in W good faith the, 109 is allowed on first atone. 11 a laiidsomc Ulustrnted jumphlct just isn- fDurcnass amuununu vu itt umwivti sued by the Frisco Line Passenger Depart- 1j fll 6ua monthly anocEBY pbicc. list mclf) Jie Hadn't Seen It. RolliiiBtone "Have niT.t. Copy will lie mailed free on applica-tio- r .. .. you ever seen the seashore?" Droll "Xo: I to Uryan Snyder, G P.A., St. louis, Mo. i. 1 I I I I TTTTTT 4 i 1 I I I l t..i..t.,t.,ii.....t.a..t..t. j I I I 1 rTTrTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTT 'II can't afloi-- u. All my earnings arc down there, though. My wife goes I.nnirrvlt)- nml Cnntcnt. every summer." Ohio State Journal. Lazy people arc criticised a eood deal, but they generally lead lone and nappy lives. Alas! the Mixture "Where did that Souierville (Mass.) Journal. Cures sit Throat and Lung Affections. child Ret her piculair accent!" "Why, you see, her father as a Dutch comedian nnd Tlic Ilesl fur Clillls her mother n sinner of coon sonjs." 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I. my tliauks to the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for having put on tho market such a wonfun Oulj Sell to Hums. derful medicine," wiys W. W. Massln-gilof Beaumont, Texas. Thero aro many thousands of mothers whose chilFrom Troy dren have been wived of Mr. J. J. Lee, of Samburg, was dyseutry and cholera from attackswho infantum hero Saturday aid tells us that must also feel thankful. It is for sale by 'Squire Harris has had his injunc- andCowgill nnd 'owglll, Hickman, Ky A. M. Shaw, Statu Line, tion cerved on Lutn Ward, John to e.pross l, News-Banner. The County Court, which met here Innt Monday, ufur tratiHaot-lothe regular routine of flucli as liearinu claims, hih, ordered nn oleolloii to bo IipIiI on the 4th day of next month tor the. purpose, of iiBoertnininu tint will of the voterH.of Luke county hh to iBHUnnce of 50,()t)0 in county bonds, to be uueil in liuitdiuu n levee down the went hank of Reel foot Lake, and oleariug away the timber and obstruction of the scatters. This election wan made necessary by the refumil of Kul ton, Obion and Dyer onnutlea 1o come up with their sliaro of" the burden to build the Hickman and Tiptonville levee. Lake !ouut. must have Home relief from the devastating effects of tbe llooda that pass through Keelfoot Lake, and as Obion and Dyer wouldn't help "toat tho load" and thereby be benefitted they will now hav to suffer the oouHcquenues. Yet it Is Dot ret too latu for them to come up with their part, tdiould they so see fit. Thero is one tiling certain, Lake county in not going to the expense of saving somebody else's land when she. can save her own with n good deal less of expense and labor as they .., tn (I.!.. I. olio .fill H'll lltllll on Obion to throw nil the water and Dver that oasses thronuh the Luke, bat we guess we'll have to do it since they don't seem to rare enough for their own interest to donate a few dollars. Wo know It would be nico for Lake e. uutj to build tho levee across the bot toui and protect their lands, but she won't, and that's an end to it. Lake County Press. g IiuhI-nes- Tho Knltnii County Hhotlon hnvo appointed tho following precinct election ofllccm to open and hold tho election in November in the respective precincts : Kast Fulton. No. -- Lafayette Davis, .ludpe; D.ivo Thomas, Judge; W. .P Meiisee, Clerk ; J. C Brutou. Sheriff. W. Martin, Wo ft Fulton, No. -G. Judge ; Jim Thomas, Judge. ;.l, F, Itoys-teClerk; M. h Farmer. Sheriff. Lodgton, No !- t- Neut Hallow, Judge ; K. II. Hiuford, Judge; John 0. Law-soClerk; Jim Blackmail. Sheriff. Oavce. No I A K. Brevard, Judge; W W. Wclwtcr, Judge; S. U. JoIiiimiu, Clerk; S. L. Koyster, Sheriff. P.irham. Hint Hickman. No -B. Judge; L. I) Peeler, Judge; J ' Wearn, Clerk ; Wm. Hcckmnti, Sheriff West Hickman, No. It .r. A. StulilN, Judge; C. B. Hackett, Judge; Kd I'lerk; U. S. ltoberts, Sheriff. Sa.ssufras Ridge, No 7 J 1). Leech, Judge; Lawrence Conilw, Judge; Luther WatMiu, Clerk ; W. T. Ravas, Slier-if1 ii- r, fi- Kill-so- f. Judge; W. Hawkin, Judge; A. M. ams, Clerk; J. R. Adams, SheritV. Madrid Bend. No. 8 -- Larry Kverett, Ad- From Obion to Tip ton villa. , From Lake County Press. Tho Rapid Transit Is blowing itself about a rapid transit between Tiptouvillo and Obion. Brothtr dont you know that a railroad track or any other kind of a track cannot he put on a stilt? Wliat you want to do is to "jolly" thor.i old fellows up over there in Oliioti conn ty who own land down in the overShow them that it flowed districts. will bo to their own interest to donate The Ohio Campaign. toward building tho Hickmim fc Tiptouvillo levee. Show them how they will The latest happening of interest be benefitted by pointing out tho increase iu valuation of tho swamp lands. in the Ohio campaign la Senator Tell them that Lake county is going to Hanim's speech, in which he do build a levee down tho went bank of tho Reel foot Litko uiiIcm they help build clnrcd thut tho Republican who tho H. & T. Levee. And then after Jones, the Golden Rule tho levee is built the rapid transit can voted for candidate, cast two votes for with no fear or being drowned. coiuo Mo-Lea- ered serious or alarming. Cheoking speculation Is often-e- r a public benefit than otherwise. Thero is plenty of mone in the country to move the crops and transact the legitimate business ot the people, and the only iuter ost8 which seem to have recelv. d a wet hack are certain overcapitalized trusts. At a meeting of tho Fulton County of tho money Association, held Oct 7th at in Now York is mainly Teachers' School House, tho County market, Fairview was, on motion, instructconfined to the speculative localed to appoint a committee to draft Resity of Wall street. olutions of Resuect to the memory ot Doubtless the squeeze In N'ew Mks Jennie Thomas. . Iu pursuauco York, which the Federal Treasury thereto tho committee appointed submits tho following : has proponed to relieve by preWhereas, God hi His Infinite wisdom paying the November Interest and has seen proper to remove from our our dear triend and advancing the whole amount of midstJknnir Thomas, aud tor the fiscal year at a Miss interest Whereas, In her death the teachers discount ol'L',4 percent per M- of Fulton County feel that they luiva ilium will bo tided over by these lost a most worthy member of their profession and one whoso earnest aud measures years of faithful work during thu The Philadelphia Record charg- her life has endeared her tobest as well thorn es that the Wall Street alilugeu-c- us to the scholars and patrons among Is due to the dotation by tho whom slio has labored ; therefore, bo it banks of so many trust sclicmes Resolved, That wo extend to the. beour reaved chartered in New Jersey and its sinccrcvtrelatives of iutho deceased, they tho losw that sympathy statement Is abundantly fortified have sustained in the loss of Miss Jenwith facts. nie, and express tho hope that tho reBut so long as the m o n e y ward she so richly deserves is now hers Resolved, That these resolutions bo squeeze is confined to that whirlpool of speculation and does not printed in tho Hickman Cot'iuim, and a of the deceased seriously Impede with the opera- copy sent to the tamlly Doha Smith, tion of public carriers, maualac-tnrers- , R A Maiian, II. MoUii.i.is merchants, small tmderti and farmers, it cannot tie cimsid The tightness HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, KHTAiiLiHiir,i ( iNrtn, TOM DILLON. Siuceiur lull O Sr., Prop'r. ItMimcr, du'.l,) v-- ri R 0 If Ami,l ci2. l'rTi,tJlv B."ir,J.x,WT-- . - ii M'"- Ssi m w JUS: n-k g Marble and GLanite Mormments STONK WORK of nil Kindn, IRON FKN01N(l,&c.,&o o "u :r, 33 x it o-- , .a firsts Hickman, Xy. III' Til K y IIH liitl AN WAGON CO.. MANIlrAiTUMKKN C.'KI.MIH.T: tjaaaaaaaaatlillBaaaaBlaaaW afiWJ&IISSHsVSSaSBHBjk Tribute ol Rush Creek M. K. ll-Nu:- Church nnd Sunday e n "Utisii aud tbe Democratic parly. Mr. Hauua then denounced the candidacy of Jones. This was unwise, Indicating thut the Senator fears Jones Is going to draw mnro votes from the Republicans: than mid just dispensation, has removed from oer midst our friend and sister, Jk.snie Thomas, we, as members of the Church and Sunday School, are Resolved, That we thank our Heavenly Father for having known a life m beautiful. Resolved, That whlbs wo humbly Ikiw in submlvdou to His divine will, we can but deeply deplore our loss. Resolved, That taken away iu the lieauty of her womanhood, with life's work yet unfinished, tho noble achievement which she accomplished in the morning of her life until near its "fitful close; we bow with reverence and love, ami reR'at tho wonts of our Saviour, "Well douo. thou good and faithful servant." Wo are truly sensible of tho loss that our Church, our Schools and our community have sustained lu her death. May the Lord give tho bereaved oucs the grace to bear their sorrow and gently "draw them on." Mas. W. B. McGkiikk. all-wis- School : As God, in His HICKMA1T jcB3srTTJOK:"5r. "Ea:CK:3vi:.3sr, "Majestic" Booking Ranges, The Best in the World ! k'oii ChiiiioI tfnlt n MlNlnlar la BuyiugOtieof tliese Rauges! Ono of It h Strouyunt l'olntH in Its Drug-gist- Brady. John Pounds, Henry Dave Mitchell, Ited Giiinn. Hurdick & Webster and J. W. Wado. If one of these gentle men should uow fish on the Lake or buy Hsu at their docks, they would be subject to a heavy fine It 'and teu years' imprisonment. must be recollected that these parties bought fish from the fishermen. Mr. Harris, who has taken ill as partuer, Mr. Henry Brigs uow has a great monopoly of the great fishing iuterest of the Lake. Tbe fishermen can fish all they please, but they must sell to Mr. Harris. Tlie fishermen whose living is dependent on Belling fish will ucquiesce aud Mr. Harris will be tbe undieputablo" monarch of Eth-ridge, Slale liinc. IleniH. Tlio farmerw aru very busy sowiug wheat this week. Mr. Wm. Maddox Is on tho sick list this week. Roht L. Bradley, of Hick man, visited in this community last Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs B. Parhain, of near Hickman, visited Mrs Suo Maddox last ' Sunday. Misses Carrio Parhain, Kstollo Hefley, Rosa WatMMi, Lanni Brown, Nettle Beckmun, Piukio and Jauo Shuck, visited Misses'Lydu and Behsio Maddox bust Sunday. Paul Shaw, of Hickman, was mingling with old friends hero Sunday. Tho official iKiard of Mt Hermoii church held its weekly meeting last Topics dlticussod Saturday evening were very interesting Indeed. Kid Brown will till his appointment at Poplar Grove next Sunday. nil he surveys. Harry Matson and Blllie Bacon are taking In tho street fair at Nashville Uncle Sam and the Western this week. Sunday School at Mt. Hermon every Sunday evening at il o'clock. Everybody lias a cordial invitation to attend. (Now York Tribune. Moro anon. Pun. The Mexican Herald says thut a South American journal recently Dumxo the winter of 1S97 Mr. Jas. of tho citizens and had an article dealing with North Reed, one of Clay,leading Co., W. Va., Clay merchants domi- struck his leg against a c.iko of ice iu American pretensions to nance in this hemisphere. Taking such a manner as to bruise it severely. very swolen and a clairvoyant glance into the fu- It became badlymuch ho could not pained l)is so walk ture, It gave tbe dates of tbe fol- without tho aid thatcrutches. Ho wiw of lowing annexations by our excel treated by physicians aud used several f kinds of liniment and two and lent Uncle Sam: 1900 St Thomas, Jamaicn, liny, gallons of whiskey bathing it, but nothing gave any relief until ho began usti and San Domingo. ing Chayiberhiin's Paiu Balm. Tills 1910 Martinique, Santa Lucia, brought almost a coinploto cure iu ft Isthmus of Panama aud Central week's time, and ho behoves if ho had not used this remedy his leg would have America. had to be amputated. Pain Balm Is 1912 Mexico. for sprains, rheumaand tism. For salo by bruises and Cowgill, 1915 Columbia, Venezuela Cowgill & Ecuador. man, Ky., and A. M. Shaw, State Lino, 1920-O- hlli, Peru and Bolivia. Druggists. 1940 Argentine Republic, UruIlciui-sphere. first started his race the Republicans were inclined "to jolly" him along. It was nnderutood that his votes were coming from the Democratic rank and thov thought it a capital idea to let Jones have swing and split the Democratic vote, but conditions or something else have changed their tuno and they are now railing at Jones. Thut good, old time Republican organ, the New York Tribune, which has for many years been explaining to its readers bra It happens to all the intelligences d virtue in the country is in the Democrats. When Jones Lutes, Nasnik W. Lutes, Mattik Sckakce. Wm. D. ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! BakOH BiHouitH in 4 'MajoHtic" uioiiiih a Noau Franklin has beou ac- Buying quitted of tbo murder of Daisy 'nll ami F.xnniint The in. Sullivan, the young girl who was (.ssaaslnated in Marshall county one night in 1807, while crossing tho opon hallway of her father's bouso. THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF Mlnulca lllc-tiui- Light Brcuil hi id Minute. of Kcoiioinfcal Oookln.1 o You'll lluy no Ollir. 1900, 2? Ixedferd & Regers! r arrived at the point where itTs cusses what will be done In case the Republican party in defeated in the President's own State, this fall. "Such a crises," says the Tribune, "might compel a complete of the Republican linos and plan of battle. the Republican party,cnid haJHo readjustment The politics of the grett political part (lea are now blo( formed and the candidate! diteuMrd. The volea of the peo-ti- lt recorded bjr ballot l the approaching Presidential election will probabl; decide the policy of tbe nalion (or tbe nest decade. Krerjr cilifen mint study the (real quetllon that are to come before tbe people. Tide can be done only tbrouih the medium of a great newpa per. Now la tbe lime, therefore, for every TOter lo nubicrlbe for tbe be ft and Aemi-Weeklj WANTT0 8BLLYOU GROCERIES, Firesli INteats, Hardware, rTYOUR Abuse .Makes Votes. At a big Democratic meeting at Owonsboro, tho Rev. J, H. James a prominent minister addressed He said that ho the audience. had been a life long Republican, but when ho saw unwarranted abuse and villification of a man, whom ho thought. regurdloRB of party affiliation, tho superior of the other candidate, both mentally and morally, he thought as a christian gentleman bis duty to He lend that man his support. considered Mr. Qoebel thoroughly honest in all his convictions and the best material out for governor, and there was no other alternative for him thap to go outside the Republican party and support the best man. moil reliable newipaper obtainable. Tbe Republlo cover tbe whole field of political news. Wblle It is Democratic it publlibes tbe newt Id regard lo all political parties wilboul prejudice. lit telegraphic and cable news kervlce ! suItn perior to tbat of any other paper. pedal feature are tbe belt. Intact, it la tbe Queonsware, Hay, OalN, Hnin, Lime, ami Cement. DOOR. paper for ouo-hal- ere wbo cannot afford or do not have to tbe daily papert. Attention la alio called to the Republic'! Sunday Magailne. Iu half tone alone are wortb the subscription price. Il la made upofipccial nr tides bjr tbe belt literary laleoi, embrac ing a variety of current subjects of in terest. few feajuren of absorbing interest are illmlratcd and enlarged upon. For the benefit of the ladies tbe lateit faib-Ion- s are handsomely Illustrated The Republlo Sunday Magazine is always interesting to every member of the family. Tbe subscription price of the Kepublio ii 1.00 per year. The Hepublio Sunday Magailne is $1 5 per year. Dotb papers are now being offered at the very low price of $1.60 a tear. To secure this low rate both tuuit be ordered and paid for at tbe same time. Address all orders to TUB KKl'UHLIC, St. Louis, Mo. ao-ceHeral-Weekly tbat large clai.,of read, VPRICES WILL PLEASE YOU. 'CjtLQ 111 II 11 w IMA II V guay, Paraguay and Bruzil. Tbe article closes with th'p que xy whether the United States will not fall before 1940. on announce that the ''principal business of the Cabinet meeting was to arrange concerning (he text of the Queen's speech." The dear old lady does not know what she is going to say until it is given the last day The attendance of tbe Democratic Carnival at Dallas was 00,000. Broke all records for bit; crowds in Texas. Thk good old queen does not have a great deal to do with her government, and she is, no doubt, better off in unnu, body and es tate in not attempting to meddle. The Associated Pro an dispatches her to Bign. GEORGIA is furnishing many ideal object lessons. A correspondent of the Atlanta Ooustilu tion has found a county in that State, Union, way up in the Blue Ridge, whose people are all native boru Americans. Seventy five out of every hundred farmers own their own farms and raise everything they consume except coffee, sugar, salt and tea. In the county seat, Blatrvlll , there is only one family living in a rented house. There is not a bar room in he county, and baau't been for thirty I yenri. Tub Advance or raw material Come Forward has increased the price of safes 100 per cent. 'Tis a consolation All persons Indebted to O. A. If the Chinti School Book Bill to know that when a man can afaro nutiflcd that they uniHt conio fT"" i fr ever becomes u law, says the Hop ford a safe he can afford the price. forward and Kottlc. Delays art) Sapient 1. Verbum kinsvillo Now Era, the same school Tub Si. Louis Republic sugn dollar now can book that costs gests that the. Farmers Free Column. then be bought for sixty-livcents yacht racers was trouble with the -- WH.-r't7 that they underUnder thlx heading will hereafter bo just as they are iu other States estimated the amount of wind published notices not to exceed I) incs that have similar laws. The Dem up by New YorKers in the each, from fanners who are sulMcrlb-ers- , When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if ocratic party endorses the Chinn used celebration. who have horses, iiiuIph, cows, proDewey you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON bill, tho Republican party opposes ducts, seed, &c, for sale, free of charge. HI:LT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra Some of the Grand Army Posts it. Boforo you vote study this cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an Indiana are cousideriiii! a now question. And boforo you vote of STKAYEB.-- Uu Saturday night, Mth ordinary car. The chairs arc arranged so you can have a comfortfor any man, from Governor do mi pension bill, which, If its passage Inst., 8 BerkHhiro tdioatH, marked with able scat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Hach to Representative, find out wheth is secured through Congress, will crop aud 2 splits iu each yettr, Inforcar is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these er he. is for this bill. If ho is tor revolutionize the pension system. mation iu regard to them will Imi lilt. J. (J, IIknijiux. cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. it, vote for him; if ho is opposed It provides that each veteran shall orally rewarded. Direct connections ore made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for to it, vote ugaiust him. This is receive $30 a month and each widKHIt SAI.K. all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. not only good, common hmihc, but ow $12. It abolishes the pension One thoroughbred Jersey male, Calf. If you are tlilnldnifof tsklnv a trip, write and tell us where you t ....!.. ... it Is common justice to the bund agencies In the States, so that all M. A. McDaniki,. are coins and when you will leave, nnd we will tell you how much 4&Jl your ticket will coat, what train to take ao as to make the bett time poor children In the State payments shall be made from reds of and connections, mid Hiiylliluif clie we enn that will help make A and your dip n comfortable one. An Interesting little booklet, "A TK1I that aro kept out of tho schools Washington. It also does a way niiilo good milch cow for hiiIdRosk. a (J, L. cheap. TO TK.XAS." will he mailed tree to any address. bocause their parents are too poor with the soldier's homes, examining boards and special examiners. to buy books. n. ADAHI, For Hale. E. W. UBEAUMB, Traveling I'jssciiKer Auent, Ccn'l 1'ana'r aud Tkt. Agent, Three- good mules, wagon and farm OvKlt 70,000,000 tons of poultry CAIRO, H.I.. (43) ST. I.OUIH, MO. SKVKNTKKN thousand applicato nearly .'10,000,000 dozen of ing implements Apply Ai.kx. Rick. and tions for pensions have already eggs, producod in Missouri, were MtllCH for Sllll!. beou filed by soldiers in tho war handled by transportation comagainst Spam. That means more panies last year, the aggregate Thruo ko1 Muhw and two hariictw grief for the man with the hoc. cash returns for which were MaroH, for hiiIm. Apply to J no. D. Mayi:s. The gross value of tbo Twklvb New York judges ad initted before an investigating shipments exceeded the value of lilvcry mill tVt'd NIhIiIo. Powell Blook, Olintgn St. Jlay for Huh). committee that they had expend- the combined shipments of wheat, Mtilow and opjxwito U. H. ed several tliousuud dollars to be corn, oats and bay, and the comI havo for Hitlo Hcvonly tons of jjood Depot. Having purchased Hi's Grocery Block of KoupH HntTuyH, oleatod. Conceive of a poor man bined value of the shipments of J, J C. Uondiirint, would he pleated lo Hay. Timothy. $12.00; Mixed, Clover Honiea, &c, for biro. Every BukkIi'S,' accomoexpending $10 to have himself lumber, logs, cross ties, piling, baft nil old frlsodi to call, Fresh Qoofhi aud Timothy, $11,00; Ulovur l).00, dation ulvon. Your nutronuirn anllnU. Barglflii. gad C!iQ 0(1, Bhuce Hkniiy, ooopfirftge apd oordfropd,, placed qu a jury, Hoi-comb- WHY VOTE FOR WATS0X UEUT. AMI K(l o dan-Korou- ?& rf,Z e 'm& WM OErBAKER, THE STEVE STAR. Post-olllc- General Grocer, " -- sr ww "' trffOMM rlWMMimit&m